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" s ,*' V « * t> . "S- THE ALTOONA MIRROR—SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1929 i MOUNTJJNION The Home and School club will hold Its regular monthly meeting this evening, Nov. 7, in the grade school auditorium, at 7.30 o'clock, and following the business session a program of interest and pront will be presented. These are some of the numbers of the program which should attract: The Star Spangled Banner, by audience; a pageant to be presented by the Boy Scouts, of Kistler; a patriotic address by Rev. Dr. J. W. Shannon; reading by Mrs. John H. Klnsloe; a discussion on "H o w Schools Improve Our Homes," by Miss Mary McClain. The program will be interspersed by com' munity singing directed by Professor Garman, of the music department of the local schools. The members of the Young Women's auxiliary of the. Missionary society of the First Methodist church held a- masquerade party in the social rooms of the church, on Friday evening, and all enjoyed a delightful evening. The rooms were decorated with Hallowe'en colors and figures, and the costumes were unique. After all had unmasked, delicious refreshments, suggestive of the season, were served.' Miss Mary I.juise Llghtner was hostess to a number of her .juvenile friends at a m querade party at her home in East Market street, on Thursday evening. Fun, frolic and refreshments were features. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Huston and'two children of Brownsville were entertained over the end of the week in the home of the former's brother and sls- ter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huston, South Washington street. Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Blakeslee and son Charles BlaTkeslee, also Mrs. Blakeslee's mother Mrs. Margaret Hollenbaugh have : turned from a motor trip to Sayre, Pa., where they spent several days with relatives. Professor and Mrs. R. F. Webb and young son Robert of Indiana, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rohrer and young son Dick Rohrer cf Pittsburgh Were visitors in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Oppel, parents of Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Rohrer, over the end of the week. Professor Webb, who is a member of the faculty of the State Teachers' college, at Indiana, with Mrs. Webb, was returning from Media, where he lectured at the Teachers' institute, held there last week. They returned by way of Gettysburg, and spent some time Saturday going over the battlefield and visiting points of historical interest. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Volpe wero Mount Union folk who were among the guests at a surprise dinner given in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Fred R. Hutchinson in Huntingdon, oh EjUnday evening, by Mrs. Hutchinson, in honor of her husband's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. John Kelley of Decorum, accompanied by Mrs. Kelley's mother Mrs. Alfred Snyder of Shade Gap, and her sister Mrs. Ira Puckey of Altoona, motored to this city on Monday, where they transacted business during the day, and- called on relatives and friends. Dr. J. S. Isenberg'and Oscar Wilson, both of Johnstown,, and the former's cousin Dr. John Spanogle of Conemaugh, composed a hunting party searching for game in the woods around Mount Union and Mapleton for a, few days after the season came in. The gentlemen were successful in bagging some small game. Cloyd Gregory Beers, son. of Congressman and Mrs. Edward M. Beers of Shirley strc' t, came at the end of the week from Hercersburg academy where he ia a freshman, and spent a little time In his home here. Dr. Robert McClain, his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Brumbaugh, all of Pittsburgh, motored here for a visit over the end of the week with their parents Dr. and, Mrs. C. A. R. McClain, and with their brother and sisterTin-rlaw. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Hunter McClftln, this city. Mrs. J. Albert Young of Pittsburgh has been entertained in the home .of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Appleby, West Market street, during the week. Rev. Vincent J. Steffan, the converted convict, will address a special service in the First Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon, Nov. 10, at 2.30 o'clock. Rev. Steffan spoke in this church on Sunday evening, Oct. 6, when the church was filled and those who heard his message were thrilled. He has had a remarkable career. He is' an ordained mlnlste'r of the Presbyterian church, a member of the Philadelphia Presbytery and head of the Steffan Prison association of the United States. This association ministers to prisoners. During the six months from April to September, Mr. Steffan visited 154 prisons, addressing over 22,000 prisoners' and conducting ninety services. Plans for the Red Cross roll call were made at a meeting attended by a large group of interested workers h'old in the social room of the First Methodist church, and the drive will begin on Armistice day, Nov. 11. C. V. Hackman, who has been in charge of this work for some time past, has been selected to conduct the drive this year. Professor C. C. Smith, superintendent of the Mount Union schools, has acted as secretary of the Mount Union Red Cross chapter since 1920, and will continue the work this year. Mark's cafe re-opened for business a few days ago, and presents a very attractive appearance In its new dress. This cafe is located in the Beers hotel block, and had been put out of business on account of the fire which occurred in the hotel a few weeks ago. Dr. Paul Maxwell has returned to his home after being a patient in a • hospital in Philadelphia, following a minor operation. His many friends are glad to welcome him back and trust that the operation will be a great benefit to hia health. Guests entertained in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth McGarvey of Milford and Washington streets during the week were Simon Starr and ' Misses Margaret and Virginia Piper of Shade Valley, Guy Starr of Homestead, Miss Mary McGarvey and Miss Nancy Coons of Orbiaonla, and Mrs. Charles Whittaker and two* children of Wayneaboro. Mrs. Whittaker will be remembered as Miss Marguerite Emmert, prior to her marriage, who taught in the Mount Union schools for several years. Miss HuldaH M. Wharton has gone to Reading for a visit with her niece Miss Marian Welch, who is teaching in the Mount Penn school in that city. Congressman and Mrs. Guy Campbell of Washington, D. V., visited in the home of Congressman and Mrs. Edward M. Beers of this city on Wednesday. They were motoring home fram Pittsburgh which is their voting place and which city is in Mr. Campbell's district. At the opening of the hunting aea- son several Mount Union sportsmen were lucky in bagging wild turkeys Among these- were Rev. J. Walter Skillington, R. B. Madden. W. O Fields, Russel Landls and Roberl Reeder. Mrs. R. Sheerer of Mattawana is visiting in the home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Gates of South Division street. Mrs. Campbell, wife of Dr. W. J. Campbell, haa returned to the Clearfield hospital, where she ia receiving -treatment. Dr. Campbell was to visi tier on Sunday and her daughter Mrs C. B. Oawalt haa been at her aide during the week. Mrs. Campbell has many friends who are anxious for her tpeedy restoration to health. Mra. R. B. Campbell of East Shirley street haa been confined to her home during the week from illness. Her husband, Dr. R. B. Campbell, reports her condition improved. of Market EVERETT Mr. and Mrs. Carl Glpfc, -who have been located at Frederlcksburg, Va., spent the week-end at the home of the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Chalfant of West street. B. L. Steckman, who Is employed at Rlddlesburg, spent the week-end at his home on West Main street. Mrs. Walter Hess and daughter Margaret Ellen and sons Albert and Lester spent Sunday with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crlswell of Entrlken. Melvin Clapper and son Bobby were Sunday evening visitors In Huntingdon. Robert Bowen, well known \mail- oarrier of this place who has been a patient in the Blair Memorial hospital at Hunlingdon, is slowly convalescing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Gump of Huntingdon. Master Bobby Bowen spent Sunday with his father Robert Bowen In Huntingdon. Misses Mary and Odessa Boiler spent Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Noah Boiler of Saxlon. Waller Hess and son Walter, jr., and George Price were Sunday visitors with the former's father Samuel Hess of Entriken. Mrs. M, C. Clapper and daughter Maxlne spent Sunday evening with ;he former's parents Mr, and Mra. David Elchelberger of Saxton. Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Gienger and daughters Mary Jane and Virginia ind son Bobby of Huntingdon spent Sunday at' the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gienger. G. S. Gump of Huntingdon spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother Mrs. Gump of Spring street. O. F. Clapper, well known restaurant proprietor of this place, returned home Saturday evening after spending a month's vacalion with friends in Kuna,' Ida. Mr. Clapper motored west in company with Raymond Whlt- ed, and returned by rail, taking a southern route, i The Sunshine class of the Tecumseh Methodist Sunday school held their regular meeting on Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Cooper on North Spring street. The meeting was called to order by the iresldent. After Ihe business session )f the class, a very enjoyable social lOur was spent and delicious refreshments were served. Those present vero Mrs. Emma Price, Mrs. Defibaugh, Mrs. Walter Hess, Mrs. Francis Smith, Miss Cora Jackson, Mrs. lachel Sponsler, Mrs. O. F. Clapper, Mrs. Harry Be'eder, Mrs. M. C. Clap- >er, Mrs. Frank Cooper, William Price and Master Bobby Clapper. Tecumseh Methodist, Rev. A. R. Turner, pastor—Sunday school at 2. Epworth league at 7.30. The afternoon preaching service is combined with tha morning services at the Jarndollar church to hear Bishop Joseph' F. Berry at 11. Everybody nvited. Barndollar Methodist, Rev. A. R. Turner, pastor—Sunday school at 1.45. Morning service at 11, Bishop Joseph H. Berry will preach. This service ought not to be missed by any of our people. Evening service at 7.30. No prayer • meeting because of the sessions of the leadership training school in the Brethren church. Church of the Brethren, Rev. E. . Detwller, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45, L. Chester England, superin- :endent. Preaching at 10.43 and 7.30 jy the pastor. Morning subject, 'Education for Peace," Armistice day sermon. Evening subject, "Fools tor Christ's Sake." B. Y. P. D. meeting at 7, Sunday. A cordial welcome to all. McKEE Harold Emeigh, while .hunling In :he wilds of Fulton county, brought down a fine turkey lien weighing twelve pounds. The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church held a quilting bee at the home of Mrs. Joseph Green on Wednesday. Ross Burket has become a resld-2nt of Roaring Spring, moving to that place on Wednesday. Mra. J. L. Noffsker was an Altoona visitor on Thursday. Visitors during the week at the L. P. Sell home were Rev. and Mrs. Early and Lewis Hoover of Roaring Spring and Lloyd Smith of Hollidaysburg. Florence Coykendall of Detroit is spending some time'with friends and relatives in this vicinlly. Mr. and Mrs. George Trease and children of Hollfdaysburg spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wertman. Mrs. A. G. Myers of Taylor township was a Monday caller at the G. L. Wertman home. Mrs. Willis Dodson and daughter Betty are spending somo time wi'.h her sister Mrs. Hiram Bingham in Holliduysburg. GEESEYTOWN Lutheran, Rev. Edward E. Hoshour, pastor—Bible school at 9.30. Morning worship and sermon at 11. Christian Endeavor at 6.45. Vespers and sermon at 7.30. companied his falher I. M. Harvey of Mill Creek to Baltimore, Md., on Wednesday, where the father will be a patient at the Johns Hopkins hospital and probably undergo an operation. The elder Mr. Harvey has been in very ill health for some time. It is the hope of his many friends that he will return fully restored. . Jay Rummel was a visitor in Altoona on election day. Mr. Rummel is identified with the wood preaervlng plant of the Pennsy. Mrs. Joseph Clark and daughter Mrs. Bruce Harvey, both of Market street, visited during the week in Philadelphia with the granddaughter and da.ughler Miss Thelma Harvey, who ia a student in the Training School for Nurses in connection with the General hospital. Mrs. Matilda Hooke and three children of Braddock left here- on Monday for their home after a visit with the mother and grandmother Mrs. Catherine Morrison, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Drake, near Shirleysburg. Mra. Drake accompanied chem to this place. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Snyder of Latrobe are here for a vlait in the home of Mrs. Ellen Snyder of Garber street, and with other relatives und frienda. Mrs. J. R. Lehman has been confined to her home, and mostly to bed, at her home on East Garber atreel, since sustaining a badly sprained left knee on Thursday evening when she was knocked on the sidewalk by a large German police dog. The animal was gamboling with another dog and struck Mrs. Lehman, coming upon her from, tho rear, causing her to fall and to be painfully injured so that she must get about now on crutches. Her daughter, Mra. Fred Miller, a professional nurse of the Lewistown hospital, has been caring for the injured woman. The Anna Campbell Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church held its regular meeting in the church parlor on Monday evening with a goodly number of members in attendance. The president, Mra. S. H. Wharton, was in the chair and parts in the program were taken by Mra. W. V. Fuller, Mrs. J. D. Appleby and Mrs. E. G. Hulick. A sociul hour followed at the close when the hostesses, Mrs. R. H. Flssel, Mrs. P. J. Cullen and Mrs. S. H. Wharton, served delicious luncheon, assisted by Miss Jane Whar- CURRYV1LLE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, daughter Dorothy of Altoona and Mr. and Mrs. David Snyder and daughler Rulh of Oak Grove were guesls on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Kagarise. Gilbert Smith of this place and Miss Grace Stoudno'ur of Martinsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Helsel of Pittsburgh on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bush and daughter Thelma were enterlnined al supper last Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Isenberg of Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stonprook partook of a birthday anniversary dinner on Sunday at the home of Harry Weyandt Of Mlllerstown, the occasion having been held In honor of the host. Roast rabbit was served. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kinney of Altoona called on Mr. ,and Mrs. D. R. Snyder on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D, F. Smith called on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Carper, daughter Betty, Andred Smith and daughter Barbara of Woodbury spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith and family. Mrs. Katharine Law, Mrs. Smith's mother, returned home after a Week's sojourn at the William Carper home. Prof, and Mrs. A. BroWn Miller of Cleveland, O., spent from Friday until Sunday at the home of Prof. Miller's parents Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Miller. They all visited Mrs. Howard Simmons of Everett on Saturday. Mrs. Simmons' condition is critical. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Roland of Woodbury and Elder C. D. Bonsack of Chicago) secretary of the board of foreign missions of- the Church of Ihe Brethren, called on Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Miller on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Detwiler of Texas Corner visited Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Burget on Sunday. Mrs. Burget is improving slowly. James Kennedy of Philllpsburg, R. D., spent the week-end in the Burget home. MP. and Mrs. George Gartland were guests on Sunday of Mr. a.nd Mrs. Edward Sollenberger of Texas Corner. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kauftman were Mr. and Mrs. James Woodcock and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stoudnour and family of Marlinsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Seedenberg and son Jimmy of Juniata. Miss Ella Sorrick spent from Friday until Sunday evening at Hunling- don, where she attended the home coming ceremonies at Juniata college, her alma mater. Mr. and Mrs. John Sorrick, her parenls, motored over lo Hunlingdon on Sunday. They visited Miss Annie Bechtel and her niece Miss Delia Bechtel. Mr. and Mrs. Pheasant and children Marion and Thelma of Akron, O., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brumbaugh of Martinsburg, R. D., Isaac Replogle of New Enterprise, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Settle of Hickory Bottom, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mock, son Robert and daughter Evelyn of Altoona and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Rhodes and son Willard of Martinsburg were recently guests o£ Mrs. Nancy Mock and foster daughter Miss Alice Baker. Mrs. Nancy Mock and Miss Alice Baker were enterlained al a roast rabbit dinner on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mock. Mr. Mock and his hireling Charles King, bagged five while hunting in the Clearville seclion. George Gartland, I. F. Zook and Irvin Brown are hunting in the mountains of Cambria county. So far as reports have come in Elvin Burget has proved to be our most successful squirrel hunter. He shot eleven well- conditioned greys up-to-date. Harry Bush and son Ira of Altoona visited Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bush and family on Friday. Miss Julia Smith of WIndber is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Christ Roudabush. Charles Push, sr. is confined to his bed, suffering from an attack of grippe. Charles Burget Is recuperating from a siege of tonsilitis and quinsy. Ella Snowberger was enlerlained at supper on. Friday evening by Mrs. Catherine Mark of Altoona. She spent the night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Barr. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Roudabush were entertained at dinner on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Metzker of Roaring Spring. On Thursday Leonard Rock of Salemville look Mr. £.nd Mrs. Roudabush by motor to the funeral of Mrs. John Butler, late of Roaring Spring, who was a niece of Mr. Roudabush. Miss Rena Stayer is suffering a severe altack of grippe. , Mr. and Mrs. David Shadle of Clappertown were guests at dinner on Sunday a'i. the homo of I. G. Kauffman. Mrs.'Lloyd King of Salemville called on her mother Mrs. Bertie Dimond, Mr. Kauffman's housekeeper on Friday. Mrs. Dewey Kauffman, Miss Orpha Guyer and Mrs. C. A. Hershberger and daughter Clova, Ihe laller two of Martinsburg, shopped in Altoona on Wednesday. \ Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kauffman and niece Miss Orpha Guyer motored to Knobsville, Fulton county on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kauffman entertained the following guests at a delicious roast pig dinner on Monday evening: E. S. Guyer, Freda Hollinger, Orpha Guyer, Clova, Hubert and Miriam Hershborger. I, F. Zook, George Gartland and Irvin Brown, who were on a bear hunting expedition to Cameron county, returned home on Wednesday. They aaw no bear, and smaller game was cnspicuous by its absence. However, they enjoyed tho trip very much. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Long of Altoona and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Higgins of Martina- burg composed tho other members of the party. Mra. Dewey Kauffman and. Miss Orpha Guyer called on Mr. and Mra. A. S. Guyer of Hollldaysburg on Friday afternoon. H. B. Stonerook, our genial post- maaler, finds himself by the will of the voters ut the election on Thuea- day inducted into the office of justice of the peace. While Mr. Stonerook did not seek the office, hia fellow citizens believed him so well fitted for it. that they insisted on putting hia name on the Republican ticket and electing him. It ia a long time aince this section boasted of a resident justice of the peace. Not since the life time of Honry Nicodemua, who died in 1900 or there abouts, haa there been one clothed with the authority of the commonwealth to hoar cases ut law, to marry those wishing to have the •matrimonial knot tied good and tight, and to perform, all the other divers official acts which lie within the province of the office. Old Squire "Nick." as he wui, called, was a solid, respectable type of citizen, one who is an asset to any community. He had a habit of indulging in a peculiar, piping whistle aa he pottered about the tasks at which he whiled away the time. This whistle became one of the most familiar sounds of the daily village life. In those days Curryville was in its hey-day as a freight center. A continuous stream of waggoners, going and coming, kept the place humming with activity. Lumber and produce was brought in from all over Bedford and Fulton counties and the wagons pulled out laden with manufactured articles which the freight trains brought in from the bij,' cities. The automobile has changed ull that. Were it not for the creamery, Curryville would be left high and dry, ita past glories only a memory. The heavy frosts of the last several nights have done little apparent dum- age. Flowers and other vegetation have become acclimuted to cold, frosty nights, as this year, it survived frosts during every montb, a most unusual BOALSBURG The condition of Frank Tomlinson, a patient at Mercy hospital, whoso home is at First avenue and Fortlelh street, who was run over by an automobile at Sixth avcnuo and Thirty- seventh street last Friday evening, is reported somewhat betler. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Downs have returned to 4055 Fourth avenue after spending several days with Mrs. Downs' parents at Osr.eola Mills. Mr. and Mrs. George Deeters and daughter Geraldlne of 3936 Fifth avenue returned home after spending several days with relatives in Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Deel and daughter Ethel May of Duncansvllle were Monday visllors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dorman at 4009 Fifth avenue. Robert Fowler of 4037 Fifth avenue was a Monday and Tuesday visitor in Central City. Mr. and Mrs. Glair Eckloy motored to Lock Haven, where Ihey spenl Thursday and Friday. Charles Snyder of 4001 Fiflh avenue was a Monday visilor in Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Erb have returned to their homo at 4001 Fifth avenue after spending several days with Mr. Erb's parenls in Lancasler. Mr. and Mrs. William Pensyl of Ihe Schweilzer aparlmenls motored to Greensburg, where they spent Monday afternoon and evening. Mr, and Mrs. James Snyder of 4001 Fifth avenue motored to Emporium, where they spent Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. John R. Lytle of 3943 Burgoon road, who has been seriously ill for Ihe past several weeks, is gelling along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. William Treese, jr., of Ihe Sthweilzer apartments, are spending several days with Mrs. Trficse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gaorge Shuey in Bellefonte. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wilt and son Philip Eugene, have returned to their home at 4001 Sixth avenue after spending several days in Willlamsport. Mr. and Mrs. Earner of 3944 Fifth avenue are home after a two weeks' vacation in Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Clelus McCully motored to Scalp Level, where they spent Sunday and Monday. Miss Olive Walls of 3933 Burgoon road, was in South Fork, where she spent Iho firsl part of the week with relatives. Charles F. Wicks of 3707 Fifth avc- nuo spent Tuesday at his home In Portage. Miss Margaret Lafferly of 3932 Fifth avenue spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Pitlsburgh. Mr.- and Mrs. Samuel Roudabush of 4044 Fourth avenue motored to Enola, where they spent the week-end wilh relativs. Miss Hazl Burkhart of 3616 Sixth avenue motored to Easl Liberly, where she spenl Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ellcnberger and son Paul of Firsl avenue are spending several days in Easl Freedom with Mrs.. Ellenberger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis. fc Miss Margaret Stilt has returned afler spending several days in Clear- Held. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Effelfinger of 4005 Sixth avenue motored to New Castle, where they spent Tuesday afternoon and evening. Mrs. W. J. Wagner and daughter, Mrs. John Harking of State College, went to Arrandtsville Wednesday, where they visited at tho home of Rev. George Ely and accompanied by Mrs. Ely went to Garrettson Beach, N. Y., to spend some time at the home of Rev. John H. Wagner and family. Jacob Felty of Alloona was an over- Sunday visilor In town. The members of the Civic club drove to Stale College Friday evening, where Ihey held Iheir regular meeting at the home of Mrs, Grant Charles. . The Women's Missionary society of the Lutheran church will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Kuhn on Thursday evening. Miss Geer, accompanied by a State College friend, spent Saturday and Sunday in Lock Haven. , A. J, Hazel has returned home after spending Ihe summer. in New York slale, where he was employed as lime- keeper for a road conslruclion corps. Mr. Hazel, who had been ill, chose an ouldoor posilion in hope of regaining his health and found the change beneficial. Rev. Delas Keener of Centre Hall will occupy the pulpit in the Reformed church on Sunday evening. Millard Shreffler and Miss Margaret Swartz of Pleasant Gap were united In marriage by Rev. W. J. Wagner al the Lutheran parsonage at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noll were the atlendanls. Miss Ella Bollorf of Lemont was a caller in town on Saturday. Mrs. J. D. Mayes and daughters, Misses Helen and Agnes, and son, William, of Milton, were visitors in town Saturday und Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ott, Mrs. George McFarland, Miss Daisy Gruver, Alice Rowe, Jessie McBurney, Laura Russell of Altoona and Janet Beutly of Reedsville were guesls of Miss Anna Sweeny on Salurday. George Mothersbaugh visited his daughter Mrs. Henry Bubeck at Willow Grove park, Philadelphia, from Wednesday until Sunday. Mr. Mothersbaugh was a motor guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl KOBS, who accompanied their daughter Margaret to the Masonic homo for crippled children for an examination und were gran- tied to have the physician pronounce her very much Improved. Margaret had been a patient In the homo for several months a year ago. Rev. W. W. Moyer und Mrs. Moyer made several trips to Howard to visit Rev. Mayor's father, who has been quite ill with a heart affection. Miss Mary Huzel went to Slingers- land, N. Y., to spend some time at the home of her sister Mrs. Charles Maxwell and fumily. Rev. Delus' Keener of Centre Hail will occupy tho pulpit in the Reformed church on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Soil and daughter of Akron, O., were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Klinger Tuesday und Wednesday. S. E. Weber went to Baltimore, Md., Tuesday for observation and treatment at the Johns Hopkins hospital. Dean and Donald Ross of Linden Hull wero guests of their aunt Mrs. George Mothorsbuugh several days last wc-ek. Mrs. George C. Hull spent Tuesday in Belletonte. Tho Modoc. Hunting club held their banquet in the cabin ut Stone creek on Saturday evening. A number of the party remained at thc cubin for u few duys during the opening of hunting season. Rev. W. J. Wagner spent several days visiting frienda in Centre Hull. Constuble William Raymond und Henry Reitz, jr., were both fortunate cngugh to shoot a wild turkey although they ure reported to be scarce. Less lhan one half of the registered voters in the west precinct of Harris township attended the election on Tuesday. NEW ENTERPRISE Mr. and Mrs. George Herman and children Nedra and George, Jr. of Homestead spenl the week-end in the Duncansville. MINES Mrs. Isndor McGregor Is spending several weeks among relatives In homes of Howard Brumbuagh and John Smouse. Joseph Imler of Salemvillc Is nursing a fracUired rib which hn received while employed in the construction of the new concrete bridge near Salom- vlllc. Mrs. Elizabeth Replogle is spending an Indefinite time with her son A. B. Replogle and family. Mrs. Sue Dooley Is spending some time in the home of Jason Brumbaugh ot Roarin-. 1 - Spring whore she Is help- Ing care for Mrs. Charlotte Snoberger. C. M. Feller of Snlemville is a palienl al the Mercy hospital, Pittsburgh, where he is receiving surgical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Metzgcr and son of Roaring Spring spent the week-end with Mrs. Metzger's parents Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Walter. The annual masquerade pnrly of Ihe J. Leonard Reploglo High school wns held in the school building Monday night Refreshments of ginger bread, cider and pumpkin pie were served. Prizes were awarded to Inez Diamond, Claude Steele. Isaac Replogle returned home Tuesday after spending a ten clay visit with relatives al Marllnsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kockcndarfer and son Bobby spent Sunday with the former's father Gilbert Kockendarfer near Martinsburg. A Hallowe'en party was held ml Ihe home ot Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Snoberger and wns enjoyed by Ihe girls of Ihe freshman clnss of the local high school. The house and .yard were decorated with autumn lea.ves, pumpkins and corn shocks. The guesls were masked and prizes were awarded. A luncheon wan served lo the following ladies: Misses Florence Jane Brumbaugh, Pauline Mock, Margaret Aaron, Eliza Bayer, Pearl Replogle, Caroline Litlle, Mildred Grubb, Reba Furry. Mildred Snyder, Ma/rgnrel Bowser, Gladys Reasy and Ri{lh Snoberger. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Obcr spenl Salur- day and Sunday in Pitlsburgh as Ihe guests of the latter's son Byron Obcr and wife. Mr. and Mrs Chester Hall and family spent Sunday at Cyrus Furry's. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilharm ami children of Swlssvale spent Sunday with Mrs. Wllharm's parents Mr, and Mrs. P. B. Furry east of town. Mrs. L. W. Walter spent Tuesday In Roaring Spring wilh her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ira Metzger. Mr. and Mrs. David Baker and Charles Helsel were entertained to a turkey dinner on Sunday at the home of John Grimes of Snake Spring valley. Merchant C. O. Brumbaugh Is Increasing the comforts of his home by having a balh and furnace inslalled. Sunday visitors in Ihe home of Ira J. Delwller were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baker of Waterside and Rev. Sheetz of Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Furry entertained Mr. Furry's Sunday school class of boys to a Hallowe'en party on Thursday evening, Oct. 31, at their home oas'-. of town. The decorations, pumpkins, corn shocks and autumn leaves afler an evening of games whclh was enjoyed by all present and a lunch was served by the hostess they returned home thanking the Furrys for their pleasant evening. Those present were: Kenneth and George Hall, Glenn Furry, Donald Hall, Robert Little and John Lloyd of Royor was a recent visitor among friends In Hollldays- burg. James Banks and family are spending several days among relatives at Jack's mountain, Huntingdon county. John Brantner, Elwood Brantner, Andrew Knepp, accompanied by Porter Brantner of Wllliamsburg are spending a few days with relatives of Shnde Gap. ' Miss Mary White spent the week ;it the home of her brother Carl White of Wllliamsburg. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shock on Wednesday night at the home of her Sister Mrs. Ezra Del- CARROLLTOWN Julia, wife of Ben Dumm of Chicago, 111., died at her home and the remains were broughl lo Bedford for Interment, SOUTH ALTOONA Mr. and Mrs. Charles WicJt* ft* Fifth avenue motored to Poi where they spent Tuesday with recently. Deceased had been ill for sev- I Wicks' father. _ eral years. After the funeral Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Dunkle of S _ . , , ' ford were Sunday guests at the no Dumm and family came to the home of Mr and Mrs. Hewitt at 3710 ~" of Mrs. Ben Luther of East Carroll township, sister of the bereaved husband, where they stayed for a few days before returning to Chicago. Ben Dumm formerly resided near Carrolltown, from where he v/ent to Johnstown, later to Milwaukee, the last move to Chicago being in the Interest of his wife's health. Mrs. Luther and her brother had not met wller of' Williiimsbu'rg. Mother and! for twenty-five years until their re- babe are getting along fine. Hnrvey Hughes and family attend- ocl the funeral of Mrs. Hughes' niece Annie Gorman, which was held at the Lutheran church In Holliday.s- burg on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ira Tnte, son Olln and daughter Helen, were also among those who attended. The following pupils of the Mine. 1 ! school have perfect attendance for the month of October: Robert Archey, Raymond Cartwrlghl, William Hughes, Molvln Hughes, Roy Kifer, Charlns Klfcr, Glenn Klfer, Paul Kifer, Carl Lykcns, Nevln Merrltts, Paul Noland, Lloyd Noland, Emma Banks, Elizabeth Banks, Emma Brantner, Freda Cartwrlght, Minnie Hughes, Grace Kifer, Kiilh Lykens, Dora Lyken.% Sarah Leonard, Laura Merrills, Ger- aidlne Merrills. The funeral of Mrs. Jacob Shlnglcr which was held In the Clappertown Christian Alliance church on Saturday forenoon was largely ullendod. The funeral discourses were given by Rev. Ezra Patterson of Altoona and his brother Rev. D. W. Patterson of Pills- ton, Luzerne county, who was her former pastor. Mrs. Margaret Lynn of Eldorado Fred and Dick Hall. Mrs. J. H. Campbell and Mrs. P. J. Detwller spent Friday afternoon with the former's sister Mrs. Fred Thompson of Hollldaysburg. Mr. and Mrs. William Frazcy of Oakdale, Md., spent from Friday until Sunday as guests of E. W. Van Horn and family. Mrs. E. W. Van Horn enterlained a number of the lltlle folks to a Hal- lowe'en parly on Friday evening. The decoi-alions' were in keeping wilh the season. The'guests were masked, the costumes were amusing, muck fun. After an evening of fun, refreshments were served. Those present were Mildred Hoffman, Virginia Clapper, Chur- lolle Snoberger, Maxlne Smouse, Caroline Snyder, Rulh Detwller, Glenn Furry, Robert Campbell, James Hull. Julius Detwllor, Bernard Snyder, Joe Smouse, Alberl KIolz, Harold Replogle. William Van Horn and Alfred Replogle. Mrs. Barbara Replogle, Misses Naomi Wyles, Sara Reploglo and Carrie Wylcs attended' a young people's rally at the Williamsburg Chui'oh of the-Brethren and were enterlained in tho .home of Raymond Sollenbergcr, Mr. anO Mrs. Myers Horner and daughters Hilda and Evelyn of Little Washington spent several days the pasl week with Mrs. Horner'a aunt Mrs. D. O. Cottrell and family. Mrs. Elizabeth Loose find son of Martinsburg spent last Thursday In .. the home of her brother Daniel Hoff-| uml^Mru. John Brantner on Sunday, man and family. Church of the Brethren, D. O. Cottrell, pastor. Now Enterprise—Sunday School ut 9.30. Sermon ut 10.45. Subject, "Preparedness per lsula.lt." Missionary society, all duy meeting at the parsonage on Wednesday.'Aid society, Thursday, all day meeting-. Bible Study class, Thursday at 7.30. Peace pro-, gram Sunday at 7 p. m. "Tha Power of Propaganda," Laura Henry; "To Have l-'cuce We Must Think i'euce," Cleva Roplogle; ladies' quartet "The Creator's Praise," Mrs. Cora VunHorn, Mrs. Edna Snider, Misses Meriam and Suslo Reploglo; poem, "In l<'liiiulci'.j," Curolin Snider; "The Real Preparedness," I'orrest Furry; male quartet, "Bid Hie Din of Battle Cease/ 1 John Snobergor, Arthur Replogle, Paul cenl visit together at the Luther home. The departed Mrs. Dumm was Miss Julia Barefoot before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dillon and Miss Hattie Sharbaugh were guesls of relatives in Washington, D. C., from Salurday unlll Monday, the trip, lo and from lhal city being made by automobile. C. A. Sharbaugh, one of north Cambria's most prominent citizens and business men, was suddenly laken ill al his home hero Sunday aflernoon. The patient suffers from a heart condition and Is under the care of a nurse at his home. J. Edward Stevens, Carrolltown undertaker, gave a splendid talk on his work before the Carrolltown High school student body during the regular educational hour Monday morn- Ing. Euch Monday a period Is sel for Instruction of some kind by a person outside the school. The information gained by the studenls every week Is of much value lo Ihe individual, Ihe teachers, too, gleaning Informative from the various speakers who contribule in one way or an- olher. Winfred Becker, the Spangler child of G years, who had a peanut taken from a lung at the Presbyterian hospital, • Pitlsburgh, was discharged from Iho hospital and is now at his home, his stay at the Inslltutlon being about ten days. A careful watch is being kept of the boy to determine if nny particle of Ihe mil is sllll in Ihe lung. The peanul was . In live pieces when removed by Dr. Patterson, woman specialist on operations ot the kind. The youngster is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Becker. John Olt, aged 70, is seriously ill at ills home near Patlon where he has resided for many years. Mr. Oil bus not boon in normal health for some time and, coupled wilh his advanced ago, is having lo make a light to recover from his presenl sick spell. The patient Is one of the well known farmers of north Cambria county! Rev. O. E. Tomes, pastor of the First Christian church, Johnstown, addressed tho Northern Cambria Ki- wanls club at the meeting held at the Brandon hotel, Spangler, Monday evening. The Mile of the talk was "Scarecrows." Miss Margare/t Ma- Kerrlghan, execullve secrelary of Ihe Cambria counly chapter of American Red Cross of Johnstown, also spoke were accompanied by Homer Plieus- i before the Kiwanls audience Monday visited a few dnys this week at the home of her son William Lynn of near Mine.s. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wcstbrook and daughter Kathryn of Wllliumsburg culled at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. John McDormolt on Saturday evening. M. D. Pryor and Mm. Hnrry Pryor and daughter Evelyn of Llyswnn sp'ent Saturday at the home of his mother Mrs. Henrietta Pryor. Mr. and Mrs. David Morgan of Greenwood were Saturday visitors at the home ' of his sister Mrs. George Merrills. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McMustcr and children ot Altoona were week-end visitors at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. James McMaster. Mrs. John Wicker • and daughter Grace spent a few days last week at the home of the former's daughter Mrs. Ezra Detwller of Williamsburg. George Ginter and family of Hollidaysburg were weeR-end vlHilors at the home of Mrs. Glnler's biother Mark Lykens. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pheasant of near Clappertown, who were recently married went to Akron, O., on Sunday to spend several months. They goon road. A , Mrs. Charles Clawson of 4021 PIKi Miss Rulh Fissell led The secretary and treasu $ **i ( nnt and family und Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garner, who had been visiting relatives hero (luring the past weelt. . Mr. and Mrs. David Shadier of Clappertown wore visitors among relatives in Martinsburg on Saturday. Arlhur McGregor spenl Iho laller parl of last week among relatives, in Dayton, O. Chalmcr Lynn and family of Wil- llamsburg and Eldon Merrills and family of Pleasant valley wero entertained at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. General Merrltts on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vogel of Jeannetlo wero week-end visitors at the home of her mother Mrs. Mazie Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis and daughter Ruth of Hollldaysburg iincl Mr.' and Mrs. Toner Funk, daughter Helen and son Bernard of Williamsburg were guests at Ihe home of their aunt Mrs. Henrietta Pryor on Sunday afternoon. Theodore Tate, who is 111, was lukcn to Altoona for an operation which was performed on last Monday. The little lad was accompanied by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tale and grandmother Mrs. Ira Tate, who remained with him for several days al Ihe home of Mrs. BiiKan Dunn. Willis Gorsuch of Ohio and his molhcir Mrs. William Gorsuch of Hol- liclaysburK were guests at thu home of the latter's sister Mrs. Abram'tho past Sunday. evening. Past Prcsidenl Richard Scollon of Ihe same club made a short address. Mr. Scollon was formerly of Bnrnesboro, bul now holds a position al the state capital, Harrisburg. Clayton Fiigau of Carrolltown and Miss Theresa Pnyton of Patlon are among Ihe young people of Ihe community who will marry Ihls monlh. The bans for Ihe marriage were published In St. Benedict's church, Carrolltown, and St. Mary's church, Pattan, Sunday morning. Mr. Fagan Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fngan, and his bride-to-be was reared at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Strltt- matter. -, John and Miss Matilda Stevens of Carrolltown were among their relatives in Altoona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Mastros and daughter Rulh, and Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrtley of Akron, O.. were in Carrolltown over Sunday to visit relatives and friends, among them the parents of Mrs. Mastros,' Mr. and Mrs. William Lehmler. Paul Binder of Altoona vislled hiu parents Mr. und Mrs. I. L, Binder of Hastings Sunday. Mrs. 1. L. Binder and daughter Mrs. James McNeils, both of Hastings, were recently in Altoona. Dr. C. L. McCoy of Husllngs is a pallent lit Jeffersoii hospital, Philadelphia, whore his wife visited him tinowberger of Clappertown on Saturday. Mr. and Mra. George Norrls, son James und daughter Grace of WH- llunuiburg called at the homo of Mr. Mines Methodist — Sunday school, 9.30. On Sunday evening revival serv- and continue every ovi;- the weolc. Services at 7. ices begin durin Royer Methodist—-Sunday school, 0.30; preaching services at 10,30. Rev. Robert Gibson, pustor. Cluppcrtown Lutheran — Sunday school, 9.30; preaching services ut 10.30. Theme of sermon, "Love Workoth No III." Rev. V. D. Naugle, pastor. Orvis Chamberlain »nd fumily of Altoona wore week-end visitors ut the homo of Mrs. Chamberlain's mother Mrs. Annette Shock. William LlUcnberger und family of Orhlsoniu. spenl u few duys this week at the homo of Mrs. Litzonberg- er's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jumes \f*Ic- Miss'Lolu Hughes of Wllllumsburg ~ __ . • im/i I aiinn i-4ijiu nuKiicn ui »v iiimjiiniJUl K Stayer, Forrest I'urry; poem. "Whun | t Monaay al thc homo of ,,„,. War Shall Be No More," Ruth Teeter; I lmri . nu Mr . aml Mra . Howard Hughes, tho Kellogg-Brlund pact, Ellis Van- , MrH Oaclu . B oolts of Altoona called Horn. orn - ut tho home of her sister Mrs. Royer Sulcmvllle—bunduy ut D.JO. Tom- ' Harlmun of Royor on Saturday. perance meeting wilh moving pictures conducted by Noah E. Yoiser of tho Antl Saloon lougue. Wutersido—Sunday school at 9.30. PORT JWATILDA Considerable excitement raged in town for a half-hour Thursday evening when ut Q o'clock lire was dis- | covered on thc roof of the Methodist church. The alarm was spread und within u few minutes water from u garden hose attached to tho purson- ugu was pluycd upon tho lire from the qutsidc und water thrown upon the tiro from the Inside, snon extin- Sulurduy, Miss Mae Lykens, who bus boon In declining health for the pasl year is seriously ill ul this time. Bruce iJixon of Pittsburgh was a icfont visitor ut tho homo of his father John Dixon. CANANJSTAfiON Quite u number of patrons of the Cunan school district have requested that their children be permitted time off tho regular sessions next Monday to view the Armistice duy parade In Altoona and If it is found that uny considerable portion of thc school is thus affected, the session is to be dis- Kuished tho blaze. A large hole was j missed ut 2.30 o'clock, burned in the roof. Baptist—Sunday school at 10 a. tho Bornurcl Williams, superintendent. B. Y. P. U. ut 7 p. m. Prouchlng ut 7.45 by the pustor, liev. J. B. Thomas. Baptist, Martha Furnace—Sunday school ut 10 u. in., Harold Cronister, superintendent, o'clock by tho Preuching at puslor, Key. J. Thomas. U. Y. P. U. ut 7 p. m. Evungiilistk: services will also begin at this church Monday evening, Nov. 11, ut 8 o'clock, to run for two weeks. Presbyterian—Sunday .school at U.30 a. m., J. T. Henry, superintendent. At 10.45, the communion be ud- LAKEMONT ministered by the pustor, Rev. H. E. Oalcwood. Methodist—Sunday school at 9.30 u. m., J. H. Grain. superintendent. Preaching ut 10.30 by the pastor, Hev. ! J. b\ Winkelblech. Epworth league ut 17 o'clock. Pruyer meeting, Thursday tu.nai:u ULI. 4*.uv u L.U^IV, ui.uwiii^ nil; | children timo to got to the city for tho puradi-. Tim same condition prevails ut the Broad uvenue extension school. In the event of just a small number desiring to go written excuses to the effect covering Monday afternoon will bo honored by tho teachers. Tlio Grace United Brethren Glte club, composed of thirty singers, will appear at thu Broud uvenuo extension union Sunday school tomorrow afternoon und will render tho following program. "Corno Unto Me," glee club; "Speed Awuy," young men's quartet; study oi tho lesson; "When My Soul Reaches Homo," glee club; reading, "Skeptic's Daughter." Mrs. Earle; "Brighter Than thu Sunshine," glee club; congregational singing, "My Song," glee club; benediction. All residents 'of the community are cordially invited lo attend und it is hoped that there will be a big turnout of members and friends of the Banner Grange hall, near Bradley Junction, was active In sociability and entertainment Wednesday evening, when members of tho Grange and their friends assembled there for un evening of pleasure. Addresses by Dr. E. F., Arble and Professor Walter A. Bucklus of Carrolltown, and Joseph Farabaugh of East Carroll township, wero made on subjects pleasing to their audience. Under the direction of Irvin Springer, teacher In the East Carroll schools, stage dramas wore presented which, too, wero enjoyable and well played. M. J. Farabaugh and his bund, of Currolltown, rendered mu- slo for the evening. Miss Eleanor Buck and Miss Ailoen .Stolz will be dinner and bridge hosl- csses at u party to bo held In honor of Miss Camilla Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Adams, of Carrolltown, the prospective bride of John Smith, of Atlanta, Ga., this evening. Tho wedding of Miss Adams will bo an event of the last of this Carrolltown members of St. Mary's Council, No. 715, I. C. B. U.. Putton, met for a business session and social hour at the homo of Mrs. A. G. Kaylor, Carrolltown, Thursday evening. The organization Is planning to hold a series of social gatherings during the winter season. Mrs. Joseph Stich of Alloona Is the guest of her daughters Mrs. Ray Fara- batigh und Mrs, Wilfred Blum, ut Carrolltown, having come here from Hast- inss where she visited with other kinfolks. Aviator Paul Farabaugh of East Carroll township reports an uneventful flight from the Keystone airport. Ebensburg, to Columbus, O., Indianapolis, Ind., St. Louis, Mo., and Bennett's Hying school, Kansas. The pilot mude the trip in his own plane and alone, leaving Eben3bur'<, lecent- ly. The flyer made a landing on a field near his home in East Carroll township when he (low from Mineola, N. Y.. but later kept his yhip al the Keystone, where a take off was safer. school tomorrow. Revival services will be held at tho Lukemont Church of God, b^ginniuK Sunday at 7.30 p. in. und will continuo each evening except Saturday ut l.'M p. m. in charge of tha pastor, Kev. C. S. Nonemaker, who will do tho preaching. There will be good gospel singing, and the public is cordially CRESSON First Presbyterian, Rev. Albert t>. evening at 7,45. 1 Methodist, Julian—Sunday school ut j KJ a. m., Mrs. W. W. Chandler, superintendent. Epworth lougue u-t 7 o'clock. Preaching ul 7.-15 by the pastor, Rov. J. F. Winkelblec.li. Methodist, Martha Furnace--Sunday • Minick, pUsto'r—Sunday school" U 45•' school at 10 u. m., Clifford Spaker-! morning worship, 11. Theme, "Saul's ., 0 . | Early Yeura." Christian Endeavor, J-urnace-Sunda.vi6.45. Evening worship, 7.30. Theme, . * * P- m -». George Harshbarger, "Practical Religion." Prayer service iup.eriatend.ent. t Weduewiay, 7.30 p. «, y avenue, who has been ill for the JJ9.6 few weeks is better. The Harmony Bible class of tha South Alloona Bapllst mission niSM Iheir November meeting last Monday , evening at the home of Mr. and Mft9» fl C. Ross Strouse at 3824 Fifth avettUeV The meeting opened by the singing!" "In My Heart There Rings a Melody;" Mrs. C. L. Clark read the Scripture' lesson. prayfer. reports were then given and other business was transacled. The program committee took charge and th8 following program was enjoyed: Twd violin solos by Dorothy Detwller, ae- companted by Mrs. Giffin; Miss Helen Learner of Eldorado gave several read- 1 Ings and Mrs. Pheasanl entertained with a violin solo; reading, Miss Ruth Fissell; piano solo, Mrs. Giffen; "I Need Jesus," was sung by Hetty Virginia Strouse, Ruth Fissell and Dorothy Detwiler. Roll was called and members responded with a Bible verse conlalnlng Ihe word prayer; ReV« Russell G. Jones gave a timely talk ( , on the costliness of prayer; Mrs. Cat- » rle Thomas sang, "Teach Me to Pray," and "In Ihe Secret of Hia ^ ' Presence." Dainty refreshments Were served and the meeting closed .with Ihe friendship circle, Those present were Mrs. Carrie Thomas, Rev. Russell G. Jones, Mrs. Margaret Clark, Mrs. C. L, Clark, Mrs. J. M. Fissell, Mrs. Giffen, Miss Sadie Gunnett, Mrs. Jack Kelley, ' Mrs. Gordon Laudenslayer, Mrs. Raymond Snyder, Mfs. James Staines, Miss Hetty VIrglrila ,t Strouse, Miss Jean Clark, Miss Dorothy Delwller, Miss Helen Fissell, "• ? Miss Rulh Fissell, Miss Elizabeth Gif- f, fen, Mrs. Mike McCommas, Mrs. Lea- *"!// mer, Roberl Clark, Jack Kelley, Miss "• Jx Rulh Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Strouse. \ Mrs. H. Wilson of 3824 Fifth ave- i * nue Is spending several days wilh rel- } alives in Yeagerstown. •• Slight improvement is reported in the eondition of A. D. Williams of 4116 Fifth avenue, who has been seriously 111 for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Holton have returned to their home in the Trod apartments after spending several days with Mrs. Helton's parents Mr. and Mrs. Heck in Huntingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Evans of the Schweitzer apartments were Tuesday and Wednesday visitors in Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Lament have return- ' cd to their home In Cumberland, Md., after spending several days with Mrs. Lament's parenls Mr. and Mrs. John Seldel at 3901 Burgoon road. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Snyder and family of 4024 Fourth avenue are spending several days with relatives in Williamsburg. n , Miss Leona Hanley of 4041 Fifth ay- - enue was a Wednesday" visilor in Pittsburgh. ". Robert Laubach of 3954 Fifth aveV nue motored to Central City where he spent Monday and Tuesday. Miss Hazel Burkhart has returned to her home at 3616 Sixth avenue after spending the Jlrsl parl of the week in Harrlsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Downs .of 4055 Fourlh avenue motored to Lock Haven where they spent Monday. Mrs. A. Dively has returned to her home in the Trod apartments after spending several days with 'relatives in Cleveland, O. George Zeak of 3925 Burgoon road motored to Pitlsburgh where he spent Tuesday. • / Mrs. James Snyder, sr., of 40(j^ Fiflh avenue is spending several days wilh her sister .Mrs.. J. C. Gallagher, in Pitlsburgh. '',,11 Rev. Russell G. Jones announces that tho regular Sunday services Will be observed at the South Altoon|i Baptist mission on Fortieth street be^- •. tween Third and Fourth avenues yj- •, morrow. Tho drive for new members will be continued. Sunday school,,,*class for every one, Rov. Jones, act- Ing superlntendenl at 2.30. Junior and intermediate B. Y. P. U. at (1,30. l Special singing by the choir and tho evening sermon will be delivered at 7.30. Midweek Services will be co.n.- ducled by the paslor at Mission chape,! on Thursday . evening at 7.45. Eyej^r ono in welcome. n< Mr. and Mra. George B. McClellan and son Melvin of 3818 Sixth .avenue motored to. Johnstown where they .will wpend Saturday afternoon, and evening. Mrs. Jumes Peel of 4005 Fifth ave.- nuc, who has been a patient at the Mercy hospital in Johnstown for tbp past several weeks, is getting along un well as may be expected. •<*• Charles Snyder, Jr'., is confined >'tQ his hbriie at 4001 Fifth avenue by illness, ' '•" Mr. and Mrs. George Zlegler and" daughter Phyliss Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Alcott and sons George and Paul and daughter June were Sunday evening dinner guests al the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rollins at 4035 Fifth avenue.. Members of the Winning Twelve card cluti wero very pleasantly entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Roy Fields luut Tuesday evening. TJie affair was in the form of a Hallowe'en party. The house was decorated in orange and black and refreshments appropriate to the season were served. Card playing, music and dancing made the evening puss very quickly. Those present were Mrs. C. W, Rfcfl- lins, Mrs. Burket, Mrs. S. H, Foor, Mrs. W. E. Mattingly, Mrs. W. E. Bell, Mrs. Maurice Bagley, Mrs. O. A. Kelley, Mrs. W. J. Wirick, Mrs. O. E. Figart, • Mrs. S. P. Hazzard, and Mrs. Roy Fields. Mr. and Mrs. George Sleele and son John of 4011 Fifth avenue are spending; several days in Wheeling, W. Va. Miss lla Burnett has returned to her home at 3900 Fifth avenue after spending several days with her uncje Mr. Mock ut Roaring Spring. Mrs. Emit Schweitzer of 3840 Fifth avenue was admitted to the Altoona hospital lasl Tuesday evening where she was treated for a laceration ct the forehead which she received when the automobile she was driving figured In an accident at Greenwood. Mr. und Mrs. Charles Wielcs hawo returned to their home at 3707 Fiftli avenue after spending several day.) with Mr. Wick's father in Portage. Miss Dorothy Patton motored f|i Pittsburgh where she will spend seveS- al days with relatives. A -, school Don't Miss Your Chance! 4? 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