Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 4, 1930 · Page 18
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TOWNS SUBURBAN EWS OF INTEREST FROM HOLLIDAYSBURG fj. Colyer, Penn street, well store manager, ill for many a, has returned from a hospital he took treatment and is now to be on (he high road; to tfeeovery. Frederick Sell of Central City. Swherset county, an employe of the Stale highway department, has re- tUthed to his duties In his native £tttmty. after a couple days spent lin Sfellid'aysburg. Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Hurt of Pittsburgh spent the week-end at the home of Mr. HaH's sister, Mrs. 3. Hennaman. Mrs. Clarence Heiss and family of Buffalo, N. Y., is also visiting her sister, Mrs. Hennaman. 3s! GRAND TODAY TOMORROW Edward Everett Horton, Patsy Ruth Miller, Lee Moran, <^1 \ Johnny AT Arthur Comedy, 'Tick 'Em Young-." Vitn- phone variety. Coming. "Montana Moon." • /, S --" The Ladles' Aid society of St. Paul's Methodist church of Loop Station will hold their monthly meeting June 10 at r.30.- The weather sacks will be collected that night. All persons holding these are requested to be present. Visitors are welcome. Attention is called to the error which appeared recently in regard to j two separate reports made concerning | the mother and daughter banquet. The balance of S4.90 is in the community mother and daughter fund composed of contributions from the various churches. This nmount is not credited to the Young Women's Christian association. The Young Women's Christian association will conduct, a strawberry, cake and ice cream festival on its lawn at 415 Allegheny street on Thursday evening, June 19. Mrs. Paul Vipond is general chairman of this activity. Public interest and support is solicited by the hoard of directors. Tickets are on pale at a small price. Music will be furnished by local musicians. Much interest Is being shown in the Girl Reserve camp to be held at Camp Reynolds. Entriken, in June and July. So far six registrations have been sent to tho Johnstown Y. W. C. A. for this camp. There will be at least fifteen local girls in camp. In Augus t a group will be in attendance at the National Girl Reserve camp conference at Saltsburg. Mrs. Charles J. Sworp has returned home to Pittsburgh after visiting her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. William White of 608 Main street. Mrs. James A. Sell of 223 Hickory street, has now been confined to her room for a month by illness. Though not exactly bedfast, Mrs. Sell is not at all well but is able and happy to receive callers. Tor Kent—Modern brick house, six rooms. Good location. Inquire 700, North street. Phone 100-W. Adv. Apartment for rent. All conveniences. Lasser Shoe Shop, Phone 84-J Adv. FOR KENT—Apartment, 5 rooms and bath-. 425 Montgomery street. Cull J. J. Kirbclln, 197-W. Adv. FOR SALE—3-year-old home, 6 rooms and hath. Inquire SOS Jones St.—Adv. FOR SALK—Combination coal and gas "Glenwoood Go'cl Medal range"; also metal bed with springs. Mrs. J. M. Shuck, 602 1'cnn Street. Adv. j Genuine Frigidaire Service at WOLF FURNITURE CO. Autliorl7.Pi' frlgidalrr Dealers' i.-,(11 -OH llth Ave. Olnl 51 IB RIGGLES GAP Recent visitors of B. D. Cherry and * family were Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hollen and family, Mrs. H. M. Stevens and daughter Lena May, Mrs. C. C. - Collier, Verla Cherry, Victor Cherry * and Carl Gorman. Vj/^Mr.x-and Mrs. Walter Vandevander JJT'and 'friends of Altoona enjoyed Tues•v day in tho vicinity of Riggles gap ' with friends. Edward Baird of Juniata is devoting "." some of his spare time to gardening and improvements to . his home situated in Riggles gap. Miss Marie Himes spent the week" end at Portage with' friends. The Salem Evangelical Lutheran "* church was formerly heated by two stoves. The officials are now excavating the cellar for the purpose of ,-tiaving a heating system placed therein. Mr*. B. J. Garman of near Antis, who has been afflicted with sickness at her home for the past three weeks, Js now slowly improving. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Mills went re, oently to Shade gap and on returning they were accompanied by Mrs. Mills' < father Mr. Taylor, who expects to enjoy a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yohn and family of Lloydsville spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Yohn. William Barth and daughters Mabel, Loi'i'se and Pauline, and sons Clair, Vinton and Chester enjoyed Friday at Eldorado with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barth. H. E. »Vearhoof of near Antis departed on Thursday morning for West Virginia where he will enjoy several days visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Clarence Miller and family spent the week-end at Martinsburg with Mr. and Mrs. George Barr. Mrs. Elmer Corle and daughter Serena of Altoona enjoyed Thursday viaiting Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Lyberger and family near Antis. , Miss Florence Himes, who is em- .ployed by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reppert at AlleghenJ' Furnace, spent Friday ••> at her home, and Joseph Collins, "• formerly of the gap, enjoyed Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph .1 Himes and family. Mrs. Steward Weston and son Billy motored on Saturday to Johnstown for several days' visit with friends. 1 Mrs. William Barth and son Arthur enjoyed one week's visit with Mrs. | ,. William Scott. i Mrs. Mabel Otto of Sinking valley visited lor several days with Mrs. B. • C. Forshey of Pineeroft. I Preston Poet, with friends from Beaverdaie, motored on Friday to ill 1 , j and Mrs. B. C. Forshey's and Mr. j and Mrs. E. J. Parshall's where they ' wera entertained. After being off duty for one month due to Bickues.i. W. L. Weierick. the well known middle division engineer, • returned to his post of duty on Tuesday. May 27. P. P. Nail spent Friday at Mar- 'tnibburg with relatives. ! William Fuoss of Tyrone was a, culler in the gap on Saturday. Miss Viola Earnhart, a. public school teacher at Twin Rocks, enjoyed Memorial day with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs. William Uoyle and fain- '• jiy. William Ross and family of Homers gap were callers in the yap on Sunday evening. Recent .'isitoi-s of Mr. and .Mr.-,. . Harry Vohn were Mr. and Mi.;. Max bmlthl-lmur and sou Billy, idr::. Elizabeth Khultsabcrger und grandson Kay Nei»oa of Alloonu, ill', und UIB. l.^m., Clark. Mru. James Brunner and lau:- }ly of Bellwood. Mr. und lli». K. K. Vohn and family, ill. and ili> W. ii. Steven* and family, Hi ai.d All.- U It Feather and Boy a Vohn M.'. »nd Mifc. JJilliiiuit Yohn and lam- ily. accompanied by Mr. and Mi.- L. GREENWOOD B. O. Shellenberger, who had been seriously ill with pneumonia, is again able to be about his home. Little Dickie VanTries, son of Mr. and Mrs. W; L. VanTries, is slowly recovering from an attack of glandular fever. Mrs. Nettie Brandt of New Jersey is visiting at the home of W. H. Ferguson. Ten young people of this community were among the graduates of the Altoona High school, two of them being on the honor roll. Several of these young people are planning to attend institutions' of higher education next term. Among these are Lynn Hutchison, Gwendolyn Schalles, Esther Weber, Lucille Wilt and Anna Boyles. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Shaal and daughter Lorraine spent Memorial day at their cottage in Sinking valley. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Mogle and daughter Dorothy, Mrs. I. N. Mogle and Mrs. Dora Gates were visitors at the home of W. E. Mogle last week. Mrs. MacFalls of Philadelphia is visiting her daughter Mrs. Marguerite Stephenson. Mrs. Ruth Peck and daughter Gladys have returned from Dayton, O., where they visited Rev. and Mrs. Clyde E. House. Monday was observed as Logan township school day at Lakemont park, and the McKinley school was dismissed early so that the teachers, pupils and parents might spent the day together at the park. Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Seese and sons Telford and Floyd spent Memorial day in Johnstown where they decorated the graves of the former's parents. LOYSBURG The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church was entertained by Mrs. J. C. Kegarise at her home Thursday evening. Members present were Mr^. P. B. Ferry, Mrs. William Ferry, Mrs. Howard Brumbaugh, Mrs. C. W. Karns, Mrs. Cyrus Furry, Mrs. W. A. Nycum, Misses Elsie and Margaret Little and Miss Rosalyn Ferry. Prof, and Mrs. G F. Reiter and family of Cumberland, Md., called on relatives here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Croft and daughters Freda and Marjorie of Trafford, were week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Teeter. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Little of Pittsburgh spent a few days the past week with the former's sister Miss Elsie Little. Mrs. D. M. Boyer spent Wednesday with relatives in Littleslown. W S. Guyer of Clarksburg, W. Va., visited friends here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stonebraker and daughter of Hagerstown and Miss Stuneljraker of Baltimore called on relatives here, Memorial day. lira. Edward Grouse of Littlestown Is spending some time in the home of her brother D. M. Bayer and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wheeler and tiuri Herbert of MerchantHville, N. J., spent the week end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Kli Weimer and Mrs. Henry Fletcher of Clearville were callers in the home of Andrew Weimer .Sunday. R. Ni-arhouf and aid a.nd daughter Jin-1., n inotu SunUfty ty i^e\\ihto\\n an*j . -]n- dav jjlt-ahuntl)' v.ilh Mie KM,- I: Kluitt Uathursl ol lii-ll'Aixid i. Jljjj H few dayo with ln-r (.'lundp Mr and Ult Hun-y Yohn. WllJ> 111* ^U'iisUlO Ol .-I I. W^fii-eud at Ncwtorj i it :,..,' .,, bi-f p'U'enti Mr. an'} iJi^ !...,. jwi» Jjiuu ttuj nieuda. Mit '-,vo; t t: tilt! -.vilh ;;lh- and family were greeted on Saturday evening und ai /i.-uinpanied on Sunday by her hunbaii'l (Jeoryo Ku.-;s to their hoina in thu yap. Hubert lirowi-r and (hire children of CIL-OSOII enjoyed -Memorial day at Philadelphia, and lelui liinj,'. spent Saturday with Harry and Dillimm Yuhu and family. Mr. Jiiouer enjoyed Sunda y at Tyrone v.-ith Jiih brother Harry blower and family. ' Sunday. June 1. marked another. miK-.^lone in liie's journey at the home ol Mr. and Mr.--.. William Barth, near . Antih, H lii-iii jj ilr. Barlh'.-, 41.-.1 birth- J ,d,.iy unnivi-raiiry. Air. Burtli enjoyed I l!ji- Sabbath day (juielly at his home a,n\i vutn hi.-i iamiJy in a j>lea.:ant day , of <vjnteiitlijl convei nation with radio muni'- and other delightful feat ure.s. ; Thfc ujthtanding li-atuj'e of this celt- ; bratiJii was the delightful .supper with blrtii beny i-hurli-iike. the bcrrlcri bi-iii^ rai£< O o/j Mr. Iilaith'n own ground und U)U liiel uf tui* eettoou. DUNCANSVILLE High school night will be observed at the local Evangelical Lutheran church on the coming Sunday evening when the pastor, Rev. O. B. Harmon, will preach a sermon for those of the community who complete,, their high school courses this year. The choir for the occasion is to be composed of those from, the community who were members of the junior and sophomore classes during the past term. An especial Invitation has been extended to all the classmates of local graduates and their annually at graduation time. This special service will be held at 7.30 o'clock, the hour of the regular evening services. All have been Invited to Attend. The June meeting of the Duncansville borough council will be held on Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the council chamber at the municipal building, at which time a number of important matters are slated to come before the borough solons for their consideration. Sheridan Gates of Harrisburg spent the past few days here visiting at the home of his brother-in-law, Harry Schultz and family of 840 Third avenue and other relatives and friends at this place. Mrs. Clarence Mountain and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Mountain of Altoona were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Keller of 1210 Fourth avenue. Rev. L. D. Ott, pastor of Hicks Memorial Methodist church, will be the speaker at the mid-week prayer service to be held In that church this evening at'7.30 o'clock and to which all members and friends have been invited. Levi Miller and family have taken possession of the Lecrone property at 1109 Fourth avenue, adjoining the school building, after residing with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asberry Kantner of Fifth avenue. At the expense of the abutting property owners or tenants, a section of Third avenue in the vicinity of the upper diamond was given an application of dust oil yesterday morning. The section from west of Fourteenth street to Thirteenth street was oiled to abate the dust nuisance. Property owners along Fourth avenue between Eleventh and Thirteenth streets have contracted to have that thoroughfare given a similar treatment of dust oil. The agreements with the department of highways were made through the borough council, but at no expense whatever to the taxpayers as a whole, the oiling being privately financed and not by the'municipality. Ira J. Keller, mail carrier on Duncansville R. D. 1, has concluded his annual vacation and resumed making his daily round this week. His vacation was spent at home. Mrs. Sarah Kirkham, rged resident of this place, who suffered a compound fracture of her right foot last week when she fell while descending the cellar steps in her home, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital at Altoona, where she was removed for treatment, the early part of this week.' Considering her advanced age, her condition is good and she is resting fairly comfortable at her home on Fifth avenue. The fracture was reduced at the hospital and her foot was placed In a plaster cast before she was discharged. Mr. and Mrs. David Mobley \of Warren, O., and Mrs. Joseph Mobley and daughter Ardith of Portage have concluded a pleasant visit here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Ritchey, 1207 Fourth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Long of south of town have returned home after a delightful sight-seeing trip to Washington, D. C. and nearby places of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mitchell and son Paul of 309 Eighth street and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forsht and daughter Haiel of First avenue have returned home after spending the past week' at Mitchell's cottage at Long Bend Beach, Bedford county. Chester Foor of 814 Third avenue has recovered from a recent illness which confined him to his home and was able to return to his work the early part of this week. Mrs. Martha Steele and son Fred of Turtle Creek, Pa., have returned home after visiting here for a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Inzie E. Fink of Third avenue. The monthly meeting of Hicks Memorial Methodist Sunday school class No. 3 held Monday evening at that church was a most interesting and well attended gathering. Following the business program, a social period was enjoyed. At the social hour the husbands and friends of the class members were their guests. A covered dish luncheon and a hat social for the benefit of the class fund for Cash day were features of the evening. A neat amount was realized. Mrs. C. O. Shaffer ia teacher of the class. With a conference of the missionary societies of the Northeast conference of the Alleghany synod of the Lutheran church being held this Thursday in Temple Lutheran church at Altoona, the monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary society of the local Lutheran church which falls on that evening will be postponed and members will attend the conference sessions in the Altoona church, to be held throughout the day, instead. Miss Deliliah Bowser of West Fourteenth street is spending some time visiting with relatives and friends at Osceola Mills and immediate vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Imler, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Berkheimer and Paul Gill of Second avenue, this place, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Imler of Hollidaysburg and Robert Fleck and Milton Dauchler of Altoona have returned home after spending the past week-end at Cold Spring Harbor, N. J. on a fishing trip. Their outing was attended by much pleasure and considerable success flsh- ing. They report being out on the Atlantic ocean about 40 miles and catching 45 nice fish. Harry Miller of Tarentum, Pa., was a Sunday evening caller here at the home o£ iiis former neighbors and close friends, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Hicks of 1302 Third avenue. Misses Fredda Hale and Mary Glunt of Newry were callers among friends at this place on Tuesday afternoon. A meeting of the Duncansville Memorial day committee was held on Monday evening at the school house, at which time arrangements were made to meet the expenses of the recent Memorial day exercises. At the conclusion of the meeting adjournment was taken until next year or at the rail of the president, Eugene Kelly, who presided over Monday evening's meeting. CANANSTATION Jeshc- Wysong, taken suddenly ill last Thursday night and later removed to the Altuona hospital where he underwent an immediate operation for a stomach ailment, is reported to be getting alung favorably at the institution. The monthly meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary to the Cunan Station volunteer lire company will he held on Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock in the .school house. At thai time plans will be discussed for an observance incident to Ih'- formal opening of the ijre hall. Birthday host esses for the coming iiH-i.-linj; will be Mesdames Akers, Irwin and TYRONE Paul Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gardner of West Fifteenth street, is a patient in the Altoona hospital for observation and' a possible operation. A speedy and complete recovery is the sincere wish of his.host of friends in the home town. The Hannah Huston Bible class of the First Methodist church school will hold their June meeting in the church parlors Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. A unique and interesting short literary and musical program will follow the business session of the class. The hostesses for this June meeting include Mrs. Lester Haupt, Miss Miriam Haupt, Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mrs. Roscoe Billetts and Mrs. Norman Stryker. Every member of the class is urged to make a special effort to attend this meeting. The monthly meeting of the Tyrone school board was held In the High school on Monday evening. The business of the board was of such a character as to require a special meeting to be held on Saturday evening, June 14, at which time, the various problems of this meeting will be completed. The election of the school faculty will also be completed at this special meeting- s "The Girl," the very delightful home talent play presented by the Woman's Home Missionary society of the. First Methodist church on two previous occasions, will again be given in the assembly rdom of the church school building, this evening, during the mid-week . worship period. This play has been so beautifully presented and so enthusiastically received, that a number of requests have came to the Missionary ladles for a repitltion, and since the discipline of the .church permits one evening each month to mission work, it was decided to give the congregation of the prayer service the oppor'unity to enjoy this ver£ delightful and appealing story dramatization. There will be no charges made for this presentation, and the members of the entire church school are particularly urged to avail themselves of the opportunity to witness this production. The story is one of unusual charm and morale, and it is most profitable for all those who sit under their entertaining acts. Everybody is very cordially invited regardless of denomination. The Blazing Arrow Hook and Ladder company will hold a very important meeting this evening at 8 o'clock. Every member of the organization is requested to be present. LAKEMONT Mr. and Mrs. Shubert of Park avenue announce the arrival of a baby girl, born to them at the Altoona hospital. Mrs. Shubert was before her marriage Miss Frances Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams of Shand avenue. The baby has been named Mary Lou. Both mother and daughter are getting along very nicely. Mrs. A. Eisaman and sons Donald .and Wilson of Pittsburgh were entertained over the week end at the home of Mrs. C. A. Rooney. Mrs. Sadie Hewitt of Third, avenue, who has been quite ill for a while is improved enough to be able to be up and around again. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gesser on Decoration day were Mrs. Anna Fickes and daughter Virginia of South Altoona and Mrs. B. M. Lindemer and daughter Vara Ann of Pleasant valley. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sell and daughter Eleanor, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Sell, Mr. and Mrs. John Hess were among a party that spent Decoration day and the week end camping at Camp Roaring Run at Licking creek. John Edwards. 7 years old, was treated at the Mercy hospital last week for a carbuncle which is right on the crown of his head. Miss Lillian Rooney of Second avenue spent Friday at Carrolltown attending the races. Mr. and Mrs. Simon L. Wert of North Pine street announce the arrival of a baby girl at their home Friday afternoon. The little miss has been named Grace lona. Both mother and daughter are getting along very nicely. Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Wert celebrated their nineteenth wedding anniversary, having a lovely supper and a large wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gesser and daughter Katie and Charles Sell were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lindemer of Pleasant valley. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eisaman of Brightwood, Pittsburgh, were callers at the home of M^r. and Mrs. C. A. Rooney of Second avenue over the week end. Charles Sell and Kathleen Tomlinson of First avenue spent the week end at Gettysburg and Licking Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Hawley and two daughters Mable and Arleno and two little sons of Woodvale were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Whitfleld of First avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shoenfelt and son Joseph, jr., spent the week end at the home of Mr. Shoenfelt's mother in Everett. Last Friday while Mr. and Mrs. Plowman of 310 First avenue were away from their home some one took a coaster wagon away from under the porch. The wagon was seen down in the park but whoever took it down failed to return it. The wagon had been given to the Plowman boy by his grandmother and of course he would like to have it. This spring it was rebuilt and painted green, so any one seeing or having the wagon will confer a great favor by returning it to the Plowman children or calling 5300. Don't forget next Monday morning at 9 o'clock Bible school starts at the Church of God and will continue each morning for two weeks. Children between the ages of 4 and 14 are heartily invited to attend. Miss Sarah Feltwell of North Pine street spent the week end visiting relatives and friends in Ebensburg. WESTWOOD PARK ALEXANDRIA The annual basket picnic of the Logan school held at Ivyside park on Monday was a decided success. Eighty- live pupils and'their parents were present and all reported a most enjoyable outing. After dinner, which was served at noon, a program of games, races and various treats in charge of the teacher, Mrs. Charlotte Adams, was carried out. Winners of prizes in the racing contest are as follows: First group, Robert Smith and Albert Skelley; second group, Roy Thompson and Bruce Wise; third group, Louise Hitch and Ruth Finley; fourth grade, Asbury Thompson, jr., and Tom Moore. Mrs. Clifton Troy of Grandview cottage spent Friday in Pittsburgh, the guest of her sisters Mrs. Glenn Beard and Mrs. Joseph P. Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Yon and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Yon und son Clyde, jr., spent Sunday sightseeing in Gettysburg and Maryland. Mrs. William J. McTague and daughter Betty of Gallitzin spent Tuesday with her sister Mrs. J. N. Moore of Park avenue. Clifton Troy spent the week-end visiting his parents in Lewistown. Dick Orner and John Kelley, students at Westinghouse High school, Pittsburgh, spent tho week-end with friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John Worrell and son John, jr., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Figart. Mrs. C. M. Thompson is spending several days at the home of her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kaufman of Stephenson .street have returned home after a short vacation spent at Watkin:) Glen, N. Y. The Sunday school report for June 1 is as follows: Methodist, 115, $8.45; Reformed, 99, $5.78; Presbyterian, 97, ?6.06. Memorial day dawned fair, and beau- tlful'but very frosty in the morning. The cemetery never looked so beautiful as it did this year. At 10.30 o'clOck a large crowd had gathered for the service of the day. A parade, consisting of two G. A. R. soldiers, Henry Baker and Samuel Itinger, the only surviving veterans of Alexandria, followed by the younger soldiers of the World war, and then came the two troops of Boy Scouts, and the pupils of the Junior and Senior High school. The program at the cemetery was as follws: Invocation, Rev. W. E. Stewart of Huntingdon; song, "America'\by the audience, followed by the Gettysburg Address by John McCauly; song, "Battle Hymn of the Republic." 'followed by the orator of the day, Rev. A. C. Van Suan, p'astor of the United Brethren church in Huntingdon, who gave a very interesting and instructive talk which was enjoyed by all; closing song, "Star Splangled Banner," then the usual firing salute and bugle call. Miss Nellie Varner of Wilkinsburg, spent the week-end with her brother, George Varner. Marsh Isenberg of Tyrone has been visiting relatives in Alexandria a few ; days. Mrs. Paul Stultz of Hollidaysburg, spent Thursday afternoon with her mother Mrs. Samuel Hattteld. Mr. and Mrs. Huber and daughter of Akron, O., spent therweek-end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Metz Wakefield. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirk and two children of Altoona, spent a few ddys with her parents Mr. and iMrs. J. B. Kean. Mrs. Retta Davis spent Thursday with her daughter Mrs. George Spacht. Mrs. Samuel Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, all of Pottstown, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kean. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tussy of Altoona, spent a few days with . her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Black. Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Moore of Fallen Church, Va., spent the week-end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spyker. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kline of Williamsburg, spent Thursday evening with his mother Mrs. Harry Itinger. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bilger and daughter Margaret and Mrs. Laura Morder spent Friday in Saxton. Edna Spacht spent the week-end with Elizabeth Sipes of Hartslog Valley. Mr. -and Mrs. Carl Bush and son of Washington, D. C., spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mench. Mrs. Mary McCauly, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCauly and daughter Jean of Pittsburgh, Mr, and Mrs. I. N. Sailers of Mechanicsburg spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. John McCauly. Then senior class of the Alexandria High school were entertained at a picnic at the home of Alton Stewart of Baree on Friday afternoon.. They had a delightful time. Those present were A. W. Shively, Madealine Patterson, Winifred Grove, Mary Claybaugh, Evelyn and Eleanor Frye, Margaret Lecrone, Gladys Kooken, Harriet Mc- Calc, Alma Isenberg, Alma Leidy, Isaac Alton Stewart, Donald Black, Earl Tennis, John Bartlebaugh, Clarence Lecrone. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kepple and family of Altoona were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Work. Mrs. Allan Knode of Hartslog Valley, spent Thursday with Mrs. Fenton Mickey. Children's day service will be ob. served in the Presbyterian church Sun- jday, June 8. It will take the place of the regular church services in the morning. All are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagerty and son Billy left Sunday for Norristown and Philadelphia to visit his brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Chester Baughman at Norristown, and Carl is also going to the Philadelphia hospital for observation. EAST END GLASGOW The daily vacation Bible school in the East End this year will be held in the two churches of the communty, starting on June 9, and ending on June '20, under Die auspices of the organizations. Those who have children they wisli to register for the period must do so on Thursday at Third United Brethren church, between the hours of 2 and 4 in the afternoon and 7 to 9 in the evening. A fee of 50 cents will be charged for each registration. The children will bo divided into three grades, as follows: Kindergarten, primary and junior, and they will be made up as follows: Kindergarten, those between four and live years of age; Primary, those attending first, second and third grades in school, and juniors, those in fourth, fifth and sixth grades. The latter class will meet at Third United Brethren church, while the younger children will all be handled in Salem Reefonned church. It is urgently requested that all those de- fiiring to enter their children do so at the time specified. There will be a. rehearsal of all tho children in the primary grade of Salem Reformed church who are to take part in the Children's day exercises, at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, and all are urged to be on hand promptly at ! that hour. BELLWOOD A stirring pre-Petttec«aUi service will be enjoy«d tonight M the Logatt .Valley Baptist church-,' St 7.48, Pastor H. O. Dooley Will receive new members for baptism JieXt Sunday rilght. "The Surest Evidence of Our- Salvation" will be the subject for discussion. Mr, and Mrs. Chester Collier announce the birth of a son Harlyn James Collier, at the Heine of Ws grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Yohn at Pennyroyal, on Saturday. There will be a meeting: of the John M. Anderson post, No. '424i American Legion, v on Thursday night in the Legion home. Roy M. Strunlt, commander, is anxious for a large attendance. MARTINSBURG Miss Annie Keagy left On Monday evening for Hagerstown, Ind., where she intends spending a month at the home of her brother, Henry Keagy and wife. Just before leaving she had a now concrete walk and curb completed along the front of the lot at the side of her residence. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilharm and daughter Jane and son Billy of Edgewood, and Mrs. P, B. Furry of Loysburg, R. R.,. spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Baughman and daughter Eleanor. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wilharm of Edgewood, spent the week-end at the home of Mrs. Wilharm's son James Campbell and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Crofford of Altoona, were Friday evening visitors at the home of the former's parents Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Crofford. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mentze'r and daughter Eleanor of Hollidaysburg, spent Friday at the-^/home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mentzer. < Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Batzel and son Joseph started on Thursday morning for Hagerstown and Boonsburg, Md. After making several calls at those towns they went to San Mar where the;- visited the Fahrney Memorial Old Folks home, which institution they had charge of four years ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller of Everett, were callers at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Crofford on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Provins and sons Herbert and Lyle, and daughters Rella and Mary, Mrs. Flora Benson, Mrs. Ruth Whetstone arid daughter Pleasy Phyllis and L. L. Provins, attended the commencement exercises' at Juniata college on Monday, when the latter Mr. Provins' son Lloyd was one of the graduating class. I. B. Kenslnger and a number of the members of the Fail-view Church of the Brethren conducted services at the home on Sunday afternoon. Miss Fay Spapks, nurse at the home, spent the -vueek-end at her home in Everett. Friday visitors of Mrs. Catherine Kephart were Mr. and Mrs. H. Irvin Morgan, Mrs. M. E. Irvin, Mrs. Charles J. Zeis and Mrs. J. E. Lear of Buffalo, N. Y., and Mrs. H. Detwiler and Aden Kephart of Catfish. Miss Katie Zelglar is confined to her bed but is slowly improving. ' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zeigler of Altoona, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Freet on Sunday. Friday evening guests of the steward and matron of the home were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Batzel and sons Bobby and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. John Batzel of Everett; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams and son James and Joe Fred Batzel'of Schenectady, N. Y., and Clifford Batzel of Philadelphia. The latter two being sons of the steward and matron, remained till Sunday morning, when they returned to their homes. Sunday callers of Miss Amanda Raymond were Mrs. J. R. Raymond and Mrs. James Wertz of Altoona. Miss Esther Zook,. instructor in music in Juniata college, Huntingdon, and Miss La Rue Zook, who spent the winter teaching school, are enjoying their vacation at the home of their parents Mr.'and Mrs. T. R. Zook. On Sunday evening a patrolman stopped in Martinsburg for a short time and during his stay watched the traffic us it passed over the square. It so happened one of the ministers was returning from services at Henrietta and coming down the street reduced his speed to about fifteen miles per hour Which was too slow for the car following him; it ran around him and down, over the square, turning to the left a lively clip. Till the cop gpt his motor cycle going and rounding the corner the speeding car was out of his sight. A boy baby came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sam'mels on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Miller and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. HInton attended the baccalaureate sermon at Juniata college, delivered by Dr. C. C. Ellis. GEESEYTOWN Harrison T. Stiffler and Abraham L. Stlffler of Canoe Creek spent Memorial day at the home of their brother G. R. Stiffler. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Bice of Frankstown entertained two car loads of friends from Pittsburgh over Memorial day including Miss Mattle Reid and Miss Bertha Reid sisters of Mrs. Bice, Mr. and Mrs., Ralph Soyster and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Reid and family. The preuident of the Christian Endeavor Society, Miss Elizabeth Burket, announced the names of these committees on Sunday evening: Prayer meetin, John C. Treese, S. S. Mentzer and Mrs. Happy Bouslough; social, Miss Annie Burket, Mrs, Bertha Hije- nian and Miss Olive Stiffler; Lookout, Miss Anna Treese, Miss Bertha Russell and Mrs. G. R. Stiffler. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis A. Hall and daughters, Alice and Clara of Braddock, and J. Roy Stiffler of Johnstown and W. Harry Stiffler of Duncansville were Sunday visitors at the Stiffler home. The funeral of Samuel P. Miller on Thursday wan largely represented by liia friends and neighbors us well as a large number of near relatives. Mr. Miller lived for many years in tills neighborhood und was well and favorably known. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and daughter Ruth and Mr. William Cummins of Johnstown, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bell and won Joseph, Miss El- morit Peil, Mr. Peter Sondres and Mr. Elmer Johns of South Fork spent Memorial day visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Simmons.^ ELDORADO There will be 110 prayer meeting in the Fifty-eighth Street MethoUist church this evening but on Friday evening there will be a service preparatory to the holy communion, at 7.is o'clock. PINECROFT Mrs. E. L. Munn and Misses Eula Mountain, Roselen Munn and Bernice Parks visited Indiana State Teachers' college on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Turnbaugh und Ronalda, Magahen of Bellwood were recent callers at the home of Mrs. Annie Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bathursl and family of Juniata were recent calleru at Antis and Pineeroft. Mrs. Clarence Nearhoof and daughter Martha of Bellwood were recent callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parka. The Pineeroft Fire company thanks all who participated in the opening at Ferndell park which proved very successful. The entertainments at this park will be continued by the lire company every Saturday afternoon and evening and Wednesday evenings until -Hie season closes. The public is cordially iuvlted to attend. JXJNIATA Mltanka Dairy Maids, NO. 2*9%, will Serve a covered dish luncheon this evening at the close of the regular session of Mltanka council, No. 249, Degree of Focahotttas. The members of the memorial staff are especially urged to bd present for rehearsal. Jtmlata Grange, No. 889, Patrons of Husbandry, will meet In regular ses- sion''Thursday evening at 7.30 o'clock. A program will be rendered And a good attendance is urged, . The meeting of the Good Wilt club, scheduled for this evening At the home of Mrs. Leola Gray, 613 Third avenue, Altoona, has been postponed for two weeks. , The Ladies'- Aid society of .the Wesley Memorial Methodist church will meet Thursday evening, in the social room of the church. The hostesses for the social hour will be Mrs'. M. S. Q. Mellott and Mrs. C. J. Kepner. A good attendance is urged. The monthly meeting of the Ladles' Bible class of St. John's Lutheran Sunday school will be postponed from June 5 until June 12. Members please note the change. The Rosebud class of the Wesley Memorial Methodist Sunday school will meet Friday evening at the home of Miss Pearl Keith, 1416 Fifth avenue. The business session will -include election of officers and a good attendance is urged. Rev. W. W. Banks of the First Methodist parsonage and Oscar Am* merman of 913 Fifth street lift thl* morning by automobile 16t Rev. Banks' home in. Salisbury, Md. They will re*, turn Friday accompftfilM by Mt|, Banks who has been visiting at her home for two weeks. ,; •> • Mrs. C. M. Fasick and daughter Margery of 313 Ninth avenue 'have returned from a visit with their daughter and sister Mrs. Hugh Henry of Dayton, O. . Mr. and Mrs. B. H, Rbwles and family of Cleveland, O., have returned to their home after a visit with their brother and wife Mr. and Mm D. \M. Rowles of 1414 Eighth avenue? Miss Betty Fasick of 313 Ninth avenue has returned from a visit With her sister Mrs, Allan Dunwoody, Malvern, near Philadelphia. Mrs. J. A. Castraino and sons Jos and John of Willlarrtsport have returned to their home \after a week'i visit with her parents Mr. 'and Mr», i R. R. Bain of 215 Ninth avenue. v JUNIATA THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday "HOUSE OF HORRORS" With Louise Fazcmla and Chester Conklln. Vltaphone comedy and Fox Movietone News. CURRYV1LLE Miss Hazel Latshaw returned home <0n Thursday following a term of teaching in the Tyrone High school. While Miss Latshaw found her work very congenial and pleasant, she welcomes the change which the summer vacation ushers in. Mr. and Mrs. Jbhn F. Wineland spent the week-end in Philadelphia. They were present at the commencement exercises at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy from which Institution .their son Lester graduated on Saturday, The people of this community have a feeling of warm friendship for Dr. Wineland. They evince a personal interest in his future welfare, all wishing him the success his fine character and faithful effort deserve. Irene' Gahagan, 7-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gahagan, is a patient at the Nason hospital at Roaring Spring where she is receiving treatment for burns of the face and neck. The child was injured on May 24 when a bottle of gasoline ignited as a result of being- in too close proximity to the kitchen fire. Flames spurted from the bottle into Irene's face, inflicting burns which cover the entire face and both sides of her neck. While the little patient suffers intensely from the pain, attending physicians are hopeful no permanent scars will be left. An older brother sustained burns of the hands and arms when the explosion occurred, but they are of a superficial nature. Misses Elda Stayer and Rosella Bush and Warren Bush of this place, Chalmer Stultz of Willlamsburg, Wilfred Brumbaugh of Frederlcksburg and Miss Hazel Foor of Yellow Springs motored to Allentown on Wednesday where they attended the commencement exercises held by the nurses . .training, school, of the Allentown State hospital. The party went in response to invitations given by Miss Kathryn Walter, one of our representative' young ladies, who graduated with second honors. The young folks returned Thursday, well pleased with the program and the welcome accorded them by Miss Walter and the hospital authorities. > , Mr. and Mrs. William Dillon of Altoona, spent Sunday afternoon at tho home of George Stayer. Elder D. I. Pepple of Woodbury conducted a service of worship for the benefit of Mr. Stayer on Sunday morning. A group of friends also participated. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin 1 Seedenburg and son Jimmie of Juniata spent the Memorial season, including the weekend, with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kauffman. They returned home with Mr. and Mrs. David Seedenburg of Juniata, who motored over on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hoover, Misses Susie Hoover and Naomi Smith attended the funeral services held on Sunday for James Fluke, late resident of Stonerstown. Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Kauffman and daughter Ida motored to Salemvllle on Sunday, where they attended the funeral of William Bechtel, late of that place. Mr. and Mrs. John Sorrlck, Misses Ella Sorrlck and Martha Ebersole and Clair Ebersole, the latter two of Martinsburg, R. D., were present at the presentation of the Shakespearean •play, "As You Like It" by members of the senior class which graduated from Juniata college. Ella Snowbori ger, also attended. She made the trip as a guest of Miss Esther I. Williams, secretary of the Hollidaysburg Y. W. C. A. Misses Helen Walter and Helen Loose of Altoona formed the other members of the party. The play was given on the college campus. It was enacted in a style far superior to the average college histrionic performance. The large audience enjoyed it immensely despite the discomfort occasioned by the unseasonable cold. Ira Frledline of Jennerstown and a party of friends consisting of three sisters, the Misses Sechler, and their brother of Kingwood, colled on Rev, and Mrs. Albertson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bush on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and MI-H. John Replogle and Mrs. Hattie Jordan of LaUemont Terrace visited Mrs. Nancy Mock and her foster daughter Miss Alice Baker on Friday. Rev. and Mrs. D. I. Pepple of Woodbury called on Sunday and Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Rowland of Woodbury called on Friday. Mrs. Leah Kinney of Altoona la visiting her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Snyder and friends in this community. Commencement exercises held at the Curryvlllo Church of the Brethren on Sunday evening was the final note of the local vacation Bible school for this year. The thirty-seven 'children enrolled, who ranged in age from 4 years to 14, gave an exhibition of knowledge gleaned from their two weeks' study of the Scriptures, that made most of the adults present feel loathe to enter into competition with them. The little tots sang songs, repeated short verses and prayers and dramatized the story of Esau exchanging his birthright fur a mess of pottage. The older onea repeated various of the psalms, the beatitudes. und other of the sacred passages which contain thoughts most meet for our perMinal guidance. It surely wan Inspiring to listen to them. Tho pastor. Rev. J. B. Rowland and bin corps of teachers, Mrs. J. H. Hart inun, and Misses Ruth and Naumi Zook and Helen Mock are to be congratulated on the results their work achieved. The little ones received cards as rewards for effort and at- t»nr|j»nee while the larger ones were given handsomely decorated ccrtiii- NEWRY Mrs. Herbert Cassidy and son Pat. rick were late guests, of the former't sister Mrs. Lawrence Franks and family at Hollidaysburg. > Mrs. Charles Relmer has returned t« her home at Poplar Run after spending several days with friends at Newry. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helsel and Harry Shaw and children were tet« guests at the home 'of Harvey Smith in Roaring Spring. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mock and children Irene, Hazel and Mary Ellen of Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Claar of Hollidaysburg and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Piper of Duncansville were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Beegle, Mr. and Mrs. John Moses spent Sunday with friends at Frankstown. Mr. and Mrs. William Rhodes were entertained at the home of A. J, Evans and family at Hollidaysburg on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Blair Long and children of Ohio motored to Blair county and spent several days visiting friends in Duncansville and • Newry. Mr. and Mrs. William Shaw, Mlssca Minnie Berkheimer, Ruth and Andora Shaw and Harold and Elwood Shaw spent Sunday at Blue Knob visiting Mrs. Shaw's aged grandmother Mrs. Sarah Long, who has been ill the past two weeks. Mrs. E. J. Wilt was hostess to the following guests: Miss Martha Frlea of Claysburg, Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of Hollidaysburg, Mr. and Mrs. William Drye of Altoona and Elder James A. Sell of Hollidaysburg. Mrs. Edna Smith and Mrs. Elmer Long have returned from a trip to "New York city where they spent several days visiting relatives and sightseeing. .. Mrs. A. M. Lykens and Mrs. Arthur Hoover and Weaver attended the funeral of Mrs. Lykens' brother-in-law Robert Lykens, which was held at Hollidaysburg on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Lykens lived in Columbus, O., but in his younger years he taught school in Newry and was well known here. He has one surviving brother, the only living member of a family of fifteen children. Mr. and Mrs. James Spidle and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Long of this community and Mrs. Harry Tlley of AN .toona motored to Tiffin, O., to attend the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Spldlo'a granddaughter which was held on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Zella Noel and Mr. and Mrs. George Statler of Altoona were recent guests at therhome of Joseph Conrad and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Baker, Misses Wilson and Margaret Baker, Mr. James and Allen Baker of Alexandria were Sunday evening callers with friends in Newry. Extensive repairs are being made on the Nowry streets. Council at their last meeting decided to level up tha streets and fill up the deep places. HUNTINGDON i daughterly.. Mrs. F. ^ff Miss Mildrde Neff, one of the supervisors of the J. C. Blair Memorial hospital, spent Monday with friends In Altoona. Mrs. Nettle Wright and daughter Dr. Nellie Bertram of Washington, D. C., returned homo Monday after being guests at the home of their •daughter and sister Dr. Gladys New- Hn, in Huntingdon. Harry Conrad, 518 Mifflln street, has been removed to the J. C. Blair Memorial hospital where he will receive treatment. George Robert Harman, son of Rev and Mrs. G. Blair Hurman of Dunce n ville, is visiting at the home of h grandparents Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Hu man, 523 Penn street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Logan, 415 Mifflln utreet, have returned , home after spending the past month at tha home of their daughter Mrs. Fred Brandt, in Philadelphia, Mr. und Mrs. Donald B. SJentmyer of West Chester, former Huntingdon residents, have returned homo after visiting their parental homes here. Mrs-. Joanna Mautlno, 108 Pennsylvania avenue, who has been a patient in the J. 'C. Blair Memorial hospital for three weeks, was removed to her home on Monday. Miss Mary Knepp of Nook, Juniata county, returned home on Monday after spending the past nino months In Huntingdon with her sister Miss Alva J. Knepp, where she attended Juniata college. cates. The following pupils were present every day: Margaret Bush, Clyda Bush, Betty Ritchey, Verna Bush, Ruth Rowland, John Elwood Mock, Harold Curtland, Kenneth Sollenberger, Marjorie Mock, Galen Sollenber. ger, Richard Mock..'John Bush. Ruth Bush. Jane Frederick. Donald Sollenberger, John Richard Hartman und Robert Kaiiffnmn. ROARING SPRING Apt. for rent. Inquire I'rlceV store. Adv. KOAItlNO . VVi!diimdiiy und 'i'liumduv. June 4 mutTf) "DAMES AHOY" with Gli-u Try.in, Hfli-ll Wright und Ecldle^ '•ribbon, dun U8 u wlae-cruckliiK aullo wlili a Bwi-et heart In every port. Ut i^lMidu of "ACK OF SCOTLAND YARD" .Serial with Cruuford Kent, Qr»c« Ciiimtrd und Flurence Allen. Oswald the Luchy Rabbit in "Broadway Follies." ' ~

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