Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 4, 1930 · Page 6
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ft to Number of 694 Card on Graduation Roll of High School for Just Closed. ' jlho ^Jloona High school graduates to -wjrf number of 594 were given diplomas IftSt night at the annual commencement exercises. There are 595 names Carried on the graduating roll, but 0*h6 *f the number, Earl J. Wynekoop, a »6mber of the mid-year class, died Recently and his diploma was turned Over to relatives. Following Is a revised list of the Students entitled to diplomas: A Albert William Abdallah Gertrude Abram Lena Abram Evelyn Ruth Aikey Marian Louise Ake Walter Albright Donna Mary Antes Benard Herbert Arstcin LeRoy M. Ashburn Kenneth E. Ayers B Htldegarde B. Baer Bertha P. Baker Clarence Hess Baker Joseph Geist Baker Ruth Alma Bilker Anna Jane Bait Ruth Velda Banks Paul W. Barclay Roberta L. Barclay May Bard Adeline Keturah Bargcr Ted Rittenhoiisc Barker Paul C. Barnes Frederick C. Ban- Mary Louise Barry Mary Helen Bartholomew Dorothy Elizabeth Easier Iva Genevieve Batrus James B. Beatty Ruth Eleanor Beck " Edwin J. Beckel Edith K. Beegle William Clyde Bennett Alfred C. Benney Patsy Anthony Berard Selma Berger Inez Ruth Bering Edith Mae Berkstresser Emma T. Berman Martin' H. Berry F. Gerald Beyer August S. Blng Violet Elizabeth Bishop Lawrence Stewart Black Martha Black Glenn Elwood Blair Margaret R. Blake Emil Anthony Blocher Anna E. Bodle Russel Kenneth Bohn ' Eleanor May Bookhamer Lois Mary Bowers Virginia Margery Bowles Anna RUth Boyles Ada Elaine Bradley Naomi Cecilia Bradley . 'Margaret Ellen Brady Joseph Budd Breidenstein Thomas A. Brewer 'Helen Brlckley George William Bromall Eloise Mae Brubaker Virginia Helen Brubaker Helen Louise Brumbaugh Sarah Louise Brumbaugh Mary Frances Brumbaugh Thomas Edward Brumbaugh Eslher Jane Brungard Jessie Pearl Bryan James Bryson Bryar Gregory M. Buechele Ina Mae Bulick Donald W. Burchfield Marcella E. Burket Ruth B. Burlingame jljJames &. Burns Hazel Ilene Burnshire Thelma Irene Butterbaugh ' Anna Ray Byer '.. C •Dorothy Kathryn Calhoun < Willard Rigg Calvert .John Anthony Campanaro Donald Raymond Capstick R. Philip Joseph Carles Merna Belle Carls Mildred Arlene Carn ~>fiyle A. Casaidy •race Madeline Cassidy Hughes Caum 'Abele C. Cerully Alfaretta Emma Charlesworth Max George Charlesworth 'Frank M. Chesney Anna Pearl Chess .Pauline R. Chilcoat Madeline Chirdon Eva Katharine Christmann Edward John Clabaugh Sara Leah Clapper J. Donald Clendenin Joseph C. Clifford Joseph Emerson Clinger Thelma Irene Clugh •Helen Gertrude Cogan Charles Cohen Teesle Dolores Cohen James William Colbert - Slna Marguerite Colebaugh Grace R. Conner Orville E. Conner M. Lourayne Conrad Martha Jane Conrad Michael J. Coriere V E. Marie Corl Miriam E. Corl John Clinton Craig Mary Emma Crawford John Edward Crawford Clair W, Crider Fremont Lawrence Cromer Alma Isabel! Cross Wllford S. Crum Beasle Cunningham Dorothy M. Cunningham JAfnes Newton Cunningham John Okcll Cartia Evelyn M. Cutter D Louise E. Daniels Mila Marie Davis Sheldon Ketpter Davis Virginia K. Davis Palmira gundy Defazio Wrfliam K. Delbler WIdo Edward' Deluliis Herman Robert Delozier Jess Edward Delozier Henry Clay Dern, jr. Helen Mnrie Derose Dorothy Jane Detwiler Calvin Marion Detwiler Lorma Jeannette Detwiler Harold E. Dewald Bertha L. Dick Ethel M. Dick George LeRoy Dickson John Russell Dietrich Edwin William Dively Mildred Anna Dot Dively Charles James Dixon George Edward Dollar Stanley Donaldson Margaret Alice Dorries John Harrison Dukeman K William J. Ehredt Helen Maude Elchelberger Vivian Pauline Eichelberger Eugene Dallas Etcher Paul Elwood Eicher Betty Louise Eifter Virginia, G. Elder Edith May Elvey Elda Elizabeth Elvey William Millard Embick Melvin Paul Espy Kathryn E. Esterline Betty Alberta Evans Myra Josephine Evans Florence N. Evln Phillip Wcrtz Fair Helen Mildred Fallman H. Wayne Farber Wilbur Thomas Farley Richard Thompson Fay Orville Stoner Feather Marian L. Fellows Anna M. Fetter Katherlne Alander Flgard Margaret Marie Filer Merl Campbell Filler Elsie Janet Findlay Guy John Fiore Joseph Nicholas Flore Nunzio Joseph Fiore Josephine Ma,ry Fischer M. Ethel Fisher Ruth Anna Fissel Helen Louise Fleck George A. Flegal Mary Grace Folcarelli Jeanne Wilda Foley R. Wayne Foor Robert Thomas Fox Martha H. Freedman Geraldine Marie Fresh Alberta Louise Friedland Mabel Louise Friedman Charles Franklin Frye Andrew Mitchell Fyfe O Mary Catherine Gaines Joseph William Galloway William J. Gardiner Mary R. Gates Alma Bertha Gehrdes Margaret Elizabeth George H. Eugene Gerkin Esther M. Getz Harry GeU Henry Getz Dorothy M. Gibbons Arthur Edwin Gieg Martha Frances Gilcrest Gretta Ruth Gill Elliott Glunt Llla Louise Gonsman Donald Albert Goodman Winlield J. Gorsuch Darthea M. Graham Donald L. Graham George Lewis Greaser Margaret Marian Green Hulda Louise Griffith Margaret Catharine Griffith Viola Griffith Winston C. Griffith Helen B. Griffiths C. Orville Grove Woodrow W. Grove Jane H. Gruver Helen I. Gwin H Ruth Pauline Haffly Henry August Hafner Gladys Marie Hamer Robert Henderson Hamilton Josephine Hart Ruth Esther Harr Kathleen Harshbarger Helen Beatrice Hartsock Joseph Hamilton Hartswick William G. Hartzell Edward W. Hazel Henrietta Henderson Lillion D. Herr Irene Mae Hershey Martha Helen Hetrick Richard Ellwood Hewitt Kenneth W. Hicks Iva Alberta Hill Harold E. Hiner James Irvin Hlnkle Garland W. Hoenstine Elisabeth Ann Hoffmann James G. Hoffman John F. Hofmann Naomi L. Holdeman Robert Henderson Holmes James Robert Homan M. Elizabeth Hooper Herbert James Hooper Cloyd W. Hoover G. Alton Hoover Earl B. Hoover Francis Blair Hoover Ina Grayce Hoover David Simmonds Horner Helen Grace Householder C. Elizabeth Houser Charles Edward Howard Marguerite L. Huff Frank Odell Hughes Sara E. Hughes John W. Hurst John A. Hutchison, jr. Robert Lynn Hutchison IMPORTED BY BRETT-WAYNE For Ye Good Old — Summer -Ty me These sandals include all ihe smartest color combinations for Milady's outfit. — All Over White — Tan and White — Beige and White — Straps and Oxfords — High and Cuban Heels AA toB 3. Mildred llgenfrltz Phyllis V. llgenfrltz Ruth Estelle Ingram Laura Viola Irwln F. Marlon R. Isenberg Mabel Gertrude Jackson Anna Helen Jarkiewicz Fanny B. Jaslmas Mary Irene Jeffries Edna M. Johnson E. Alberta Jones Thelma Marie Jones Annie Joseph George Joseph K John C. Kantenwein Francis E. Karl Aaron Karp Harry R. Katzen Mary Rhu Kaup Sara Jane Kearney Ray Keech Anita C. Keith Sidney J. Keith Clarence William Kelly James E. Kelly Kenneth Kelly Marian Ruth Kelly Varetta E. Kemmerling Maynard Thomas Kennedy William H. Kennedy Octavene Merrinda Kensinger Suzanne Mae Kensinger Anna Mary Kimberly Merl F. Kimmel Esther Maye Kline Mike Kluba Sara Ethel Kniscly Gerald David Koelle Thomas Wilmott Kough Alva Irene Krlder Charlotte Helen Kublic Irene Anna Lamca Don Aldon Lane Margaret M. Lang Margaret Ellen Lara my Minnie Pauline Laratomla Jennie Lasser Ma.x Lasser Lewis Lastort Robert C. Laubach Josephine Edna Laubacher Sidney J. Laudenslaycr Clarence Grant Leader Catherine Louise Lcasurc Grace Harper Lehmann Esther E. Leisey Celia Liebmann Harold Arthur Light Anna Margaret Lindscy John' Richard Llngenfclter Paul A. Link Elenor M. Lower Gerald Joseph Luther Mildred Alice Lyon Me Donald Simpklns McAleese William Thomas McArthur Helen Winifred McCabe Mary Hakleman MacCarthy Ethel LaVerna McClain Brinton Dee McClellan Eleanor G. McCIure Dorothy Mae McCoIlum Irwin W. McCoy Harry McCready Martin Wayne McCreary Rosella McCullough Marian Jeannette McCune Robert P. MacDonald Alberta Mary McGirk Jane Arged McGirk Walter A. McGraw Kathleen B. McHale Ruth Ellen McKerihan Emma Gray McKinney Clinton B. McKnight Lester McQuade iw Ellamae Lorraine Mahon John Hartman Mai lam Sara Frances Marshall Ruth Lillian Martz Joseph Elden Matlack George Philip Matthews Elsie Mae Meckley Marjorie May Megahan Alfaretta Carolyne Mengel Marjorie Louise Merrills Thelma May Metzger Charles Robert Meyer Jeanelte Meyer Alma S. Miller Avis Truth Miller Clara Geraldine Miller Earl. J. Miller Elmer W. Miller Erma Kathryn Miller Frances Irene Miller Hilda Grace Miller Jacob Wenger Miller James David Miller Joseph Charles Miller Marguerite Kathryn Mills Roy C. Minster Dorothy Naomi Mitchell Helen Julia Mitchell Alice Marie Mock Sylvia May Montgomery Andrew David Moore Vivian Morch Mary Evelyn Morgan Martha G. Morris Winifred Morrow Kenneth I. Morse Mary Elizabeth Molhersbaugh Ethel Irene Motler Mada Maurine Moyer John Robert Muir James Nelson Murphey John Wherry Murphey Jolanda LaRue Murray Lloyd Wohlert Murray . Mildred Myers . N Sara H. Neal Esther Isabel! Nearhoof Frances Willard Nearhoof Terese Neuwahl Pauline Emma Newton **ous« Wte&demtt* . Robert Hattley Nlcodemos Madeline dathefine Norrls Mildred L. Norrls Ruth Kdna Norrls Donald R. Orner Elizabeth M. Owens Jack L. Painter Rosaline Parish Herbert Arthur Patch Thomas James Patterson Gerald Maxwell Patton Gladys E. Perry Mary Louise Phillips Anna Dorothy Plempel Donald Edward Plempel Robert Udell Plempel Mary Elizabeth Poet Joseph John Ponchelak Dorothy Jane Powell George Farabaugh Power Eva Mae Powley Louis Joseph Ptak K Roland H. Reed H. Louise Reem Paul Thad Relndollar Alfred Q. Replogle Francis L. Rhodes Kenneth Rhodes Dorothy Marietta Richards Margaret Adele Rlchetl Anna Grace Rigg James Rispoli Hilda Mary Rita Emma Frezzie Rilchey Helen May Ritchey W. Raymond Ritchey Glengail Marie Robb Clara Jean Robeson Mary Margaret Robinson Harold C. Roblson Lula. Mae Rockwell George N. Roher William Raymond Rossman Helen E. Rudisill Gwendolyn J. Ruggles Thelma Viola Rupp Mary Alice Russell Norman S. Russell I S Helen Sack Anthony James Santarsieri Eleanor Adelaide Saracena Helen Rebecca Savltz Catherine Lluclla Saylor Margaret Gwendolyn Schalles William Albert Scheffer Herman Ernest Scherrer Richard D. Schlrm Robert W. Schleich Eleanore Aletta Schmitt i Elizabeth Champeno Schmitt Agnes M. Schoch Rosemarie Schraf Helen Gladys Scotland Edward Sealfon Oliver M. Sell Helen Ruth Sellers Beatrice Share John Ganlt Shaver Dorothea Mae Sheedec Louis Sher Nettle M. Sher John E. Sherdon Charles E. Shipe Jan6 Elizabeth Shoemaker C. Jeanette Shoenfelt Kathryn Ruth Shultzabarger El-dene Pearl Sidler Thelma Regina Sigel Melvin William Simpson Nelson B. Simpson Agnes Isabel Skiles Mary Eliza|jelh Smeal. Gerald Smelser Catherine Elizabeth Smith Florence Kathryn Smith Fred I. Smith Helen E. Smith Isabel Lucile Smith Lloyd R. Smith Maxine Virginia Smith E. Raymond Smith, jr. George W. Snavely Dorothy Snlvely Helen G. Snyder Isabelle Ruth Sommer Margaret Thelma Soyke Roberta Virginia Soyster Paul George Spearing John Ernest Spielman Alvcrna A. Stackhouse John Jacob Stark Bertha Charlotte Steel Americo E. Stefanini Robert Ralph Stevens Donald I. Stiffler Robert Elwood Stitt Lena L. Stoop Dorothy Marie Summers Dorothy E. Sweitztr Ronald P. Taylor Arthur E. Taylor Lisette Templeton Charles G. Thomas Janice Carver Tlppery William Thomas Tobin Eunice Elizabeth Tregoning LaRue Olive Troutwein James W. Troxell Helen Naomi Truax Marian Alma Tussey Lillian R. VanScoyoc M. Genevieve Varley Louis S. Vaughn Martha Luc'inda Vaughn Dan R. Vogt Plates $15 and up I'uinleH* Kxtmetlng Air-gas or Novocnln We specialize in painless extracting. No matter how nervous or difficult the case may be. X-ray service. DR. STETLER, 4th floor Goldachmld Building, llth Ave. DoK>thy Evelyn waghe* Remain* Wagnet Russell J. Wagner Kenneth Walker Margaret E. Wallace Helen Walter Louise Marian Ward Helen Bueiah Washington 1 Mary Phyllis Watts Ruperta C. Weakland Florence Alleen Weamer Alverta May Weaver •Esther Henriette Weber Gertrude Louise Weber Helen M. Webster Holland Edward Weibley Mary J. Welner Sarah Welner Rosaline Weinsteln Mary Elizabeth Weld Eleanor M. Werft Pearl O. Wertz Lottie Adalene Whltesel ' Franklin Eugene Wholaver Florence Nightingale Wicker Elizabeth W. Wike Joseph Chester Wiley Elmira Eleanor Wllkins I|j>z Lillian Williams Marguerite E. Williams Ruth Grace Williams Thomas Lee Williams Charles Thomas Wilson Evelyn Alice Wilson Mildred Wilson Vivian Denning Wilson Marjorie L. Wilt Mildred Lucille Wilt Dorothy May Wlnn Paul W. Winnaugle Dorothy Jean Wirt Florence Evelyn Wise Helen Pauline Wise Janet Marian Wlssinger Harold C. Wolf , John Oakley Wolf Robert S. Wolfe Harry Ltnton Wolfklcl Isabel Deane Wood Marian Virginia Wood Marjorie Wood Maude Audrey Wood Wilhelmina Wood Paul Eugene Woodward Earl J. Wynekoop Y Thomas Edgar Ylngling Miriam Gwendolyn Yohn Joseph Francis Yon Ray E. Yon Ramon M. Zeiger HARDWARE DEMAND NOW ALMOST NORMAL AGAIN NEW YORK, June 4.—Current activity in the hardware trade throughout the country has been retarded by less favorable weather, Hardware Age will say tomorrow in Its weekly market summary- 'Despite this adverse factor, present sales levels are being maintained at a point near normal and business, generally is about on a par with the corresponding period of a year ago. The optimism' of dealers has become more pronounced of late as the public has shown a willingness to purchase the tools and other supplies required for spring tasks. Staple lines are moderately active and a good demand exists for seasonable merchandise. Increased activity Is expected with the advent of fair and warmer weather. The call for builders' hardware and related construction supplies continues to be a disappointing factor to the trade. Sporting goods, lawn and garden tools and housewares are among the most active lines at present. In the main, prices are fairly steady and few revisions of importance have been made recently, although the trend in prices is largely downward. Keen competition developing between manufacturers of some staple lines is responsible for rather frequent price concessions being made where the order involved is sizeable. The credit situation Is showing gradual improvement and collections, except in scattered instances, have a fairly satisfactory status. BOY HAS FEET INJURED. HUNTINGDON, June 4. — Jack Shuck, aged 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shuck, Fifth and Penn streets, was injuied yesterday when he attempted to board a truck load of sand being driven by E. B. Endres, local contractor, when his foot slipped off the running board and the rear wheel passed over the instep of his right foot and over the ankle of his left foot. He was rushed to the J. C. Blair Memorial hospital with both feet badly swollen. The accident was staged to be unavoidable. i DRY ENFORCEMENT (By United Press.) WASHINGTON, D. O., JunS 4.*Measures to strengthen prohibition enforcement occupied the house today, while the senate continued its debate on the Smoot-HawUy tariff bill, rapidly nearing a vote. Republican senate leaders hope to dispose of the entlte tariff measure by the end of this week. Their success in doing this, ho'wevef, is seen to hinge on Vice-President Curtis' disposition of a point of order which Senator Barkley, Democrat, Kentucky, plans to raise against one of the two conference reports now before the senate. If Curtis rules the conferees exceed their authority oh certain rates and sends the bill hack to conference a final vote will be delayed. The most outstanding "Of the prohibition measure before the house is one to allow United States court commissions to try petty dry law offenders. The bill is expected to pass the house, but the senate will not have time, it is forecast, to' consider it this session,. Bishop James Cann'bn, Jr., of the' Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was called before' the senate lobby committee today to 'answer questions about his participation In the 1928 anti-Smith campaign. He declined yesterday to give the committee certain information It wanted. Com'mitteemen plan to ask these questions again today. ' The senate agriculture committee was scheduled to continue -today its inquiry into the alleged sale of harmful and impure drugs. On the house side, the banking and currency committee planned to continue Its investigation of branch and chain banking. HUNTINGDON BARBER FOUND DEAD IN BED HUNTINGDON, Juno 4.—Cloyd W. Johnson, aged 52, the Washington street barber, was found dead in bed yesterday morning by his brother, Franjc Johnson, 415 Second street, with whom he has lived for the past twenty-four years. Death was due to a fatty degeneration of the heart. He had been dead probably three hours before he was found. He had been in his usual health and retired shortly after 9 o'clock Monday evening. He was a member of the First Methodist church and the Johnstown lodge of Eagles. He is survived by two brothers and two sisters, D. Fred Johnson of Rochester, N. Y., 'Frank Johnson and Mrs. George King, both of Huntingdon, and Mrs. Minnie Thompson of Wilkinsburg. Funeral services will be conducted Friday af- ernoon at the Brown mortuary by lev. E. B. Davidson of the First Methodist church. Burial will be made n the Riverview cemetery. I. C. C. RULING AGAINST RAILROADS PROTESTED PITTSBURGH, June 4.—Mahonlng _nd Shenango valley districts had oined Pittsburgh forces yesterday in jpposlng the interstate commerce commission order to discontinue certain ilrcultous railroad routes in western Pennsylvania. Donald O. Moorei manager- of the ;raffic department of the Chamber of Commerce, announced a joint meeting will be held Friday at 2 p. m., when testimony of the various carriers and shippers will be correlated. Evidence by which the shippers hope ;o prove to the commission the necessity of retaining the lines will be presented at a hearing in Washington, June 17. ' —Koch & Toole Altoona High Graduate^ Your Diploma Framed 75c to $1.45 Specially designed frame with A. H. S. embossed on frame. $1.45 Complcte 1316 Twelfth Ave. S. H. Keith & Sons Dairy Has Not Changed Ownership For the past 20 years two Keith dairies have been distributing milk in Altoona known as S. H. Keith & Sons and C. C. Keith. Recently C. C. Keith has changed ownership. This does not in any way effect S. IL KEITH & SONS dairy-the HOME OF PROTECTED MF ,K—comprised of S. H. Keith, S. Norman Keith and C'arence R. Keith, located at 710-14 Fifteenth street. For Service Phone 2-1104 S. H. KEITH & SONS 710-14 Fifteenth Street another geological -"flneP 1 eiided prdsaicly%tt Great South say, Long island, when "dlndsauf" tracks tfrere found to have been made by art ordinary farm tracttfr. Residents, heaving strange snorts at night, and seeing 1 sttartge tracks the next morning, feftfed one ; of th* prehistoric monsters was cavorting in the vicinity of their homes. But Captain Sullivan of the Blue Post coast guard station, knew his geology' well enough to suspect no dinosaur could have survived his relatives by some 60,000,000 or 100,000,000 years. Investigating, he found rum runners had been using a tractor to transport liquor across a strip Of sandy beach that offered no traction for automobile tires. • PENN STATE PRESIDENT CONFERS WITH HOOVER STATE COLLEGE!, June 4.—Dr. Ralph D. Heteel, president of the Pennsylvania /State college, has re* turned from Washington, D. C., where he was called for a conference with President Hoover and members of con-' gress on legislation effecting the land grant colleges. Dr. Hetzel, as chairman of the committee which Is urging th? establishment of engineering experiment stations in the land grant colleges and universities, expressed himself as well pleased with the progress made. The engineering experiment stations, he explained, would operate along similar lines to the agricultural experiment stations. CAUGHT BIO FISH. MONROE, La., June 4.—A record- size gar flsh, which weighed 225 pounds and was seven feet long, was caught in the Ouachlta river here by J. B. Zelgler. Learn About Your Man From "SWEETHEARTS AND WIVES" HICKEY&SON Altoonu's Longest Established FUNERAL SERVICE Lexington Avenue WIDE ANGLE LENSES Orthogcn or Tlllyer lenses give, you full vision to the very edge. I For golf, hunting or driving they are es . peclitlly Dne. i Priced at 52.00 per pair above the regu- j lar Torlc lenses. Macdonald's Spectacle Bazar Altoona, I'll. x CASANAVE'S Established 60 Years Leather Traveling Goods Trunks—Umbrellas 1213 ELEVENTH STREET Opposite Fostofflce ' S. M. Griffith Co. WALL PAFEK AND PAINTS 905 Green Avenue «*^ * * Tatting AW ITSELN T HE whole town's ' talking about the PcrpettiAl Watch—the > watch witho ut a wind* Ins stem—the, watch that winds ftsctf! See this amazing new Invention demonstrated in our store today. Learn how this dependable/ accurate, trouble-free timepiece keeps itself fufly wound always/utilising a. recently discovered " perpetual motion movement. The Perpetual Se IP- Winding. Watch is fully guaranteed. Priced within the reach of all See It (now.) 39.5O UP 1125 Eleventh Ave. . v v^°vV\ «^V»V i**\ :***£***&£ tPZjr&ZV ^ <f* &<> *» > e 4 . See Our Windows for Results ol Gift Awarding Bring Ypur Tickets and Check Up W. S. AARON 1429 Twelfth Avenue \

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