Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 5, 1930 · Page 6
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reh, Society and Fraternal 16 IS HELD PENSION GROUP c flontergnte was held yesterday In 9 Kttst Chorch of Christ, of which tf. W. T. Fisher, D. D., la pastor, 1 the ministerial pension commission i *t->t3iaciples in Christ in central niuwivAnla, with Bert Wilson from I pension board headquarters at In•" itwlls, Ind., presiding. L. G. ; 6f this city represented this dis- BsSihi'ollment of congregations and £ minister* in the central Pennsylvania BtstfWt occupied the time at the ses- „ Atom which were held morning and fci*t«*noon. Tfce ladies of class No. 12 •7 8Srre« tonehebn at noon. •>' "ffco aollowinfe workers in the pension **' pM)e«t were out-of-town visitors at f ti« inference: Bert Wilson, In- f «ft»apOlls; K. B. Sheets and W. H. Lffattfia, Pittsburgh; Herman Blough ' and Rev. O. E. Tomes, Johnstown; I James !•. -Wilmuth, Philadelphia; Rev. ! tSL J. Barber, Clymer; Rev. O. L. Clary, ' Clearfleld; Rev. Walter E. Brown, Wil- 1 liun Slee, George M. Raines, Phlllps- 1 DM*; Rev. H. L. Mailman, Dr. Mary j. It. Ixmgdon, Miss Ida M. Irvln and D. N«ff McQuown, Big Run; Rev. E. Z. i Gallaher And Mrs. Gallaher, Ebens- i Altoonans at the conference were I R«v. W. T. Fisher, D. D., and Rev. C. II W. Diehl, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Runk, TSfr. and Mrs. George C. Hettler and I ISien Marguerite Miller. : SOCIETY NEWS i _____ 1 Mrs. Adelaide Ewing of 326 Walnut avenu« will be hostess to members of •the Cherry Blossom club at her home this evening. —o— • -. 'Mrs. Homer Embick of 623 Fourth «* avfcnue will entertain the members of »»the Pocono club at her home this eve** nmg at 7.90 o'clock. Every member of "* the club Is urged to be in attendance. *?- The Altoona Sunshine society will hold its regular meeting on Friday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. As this will be the last meeting of the society until September, a good attendance is desired. The June session of the Senior auxi- llary to the Mercy hospital will be conducted in the hospital board rooms tomorrow evening, beginning at 7.30 o'clock. Since it will be final meeting until September, all members are urged to attend. Important business will be transacted. Q Altoona Review, No. 198, Women's Benefit association will hold its regular business meeting tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the Wilson building at 1102 Eleventh street. The busi- ' ness session will be followed by a hat * social and cake walk. All members * and friends are invited to attend. JJ AH members and 'friends of the ,,Wehnwood Parent-Teacher association «,and their families as well as the pupils • •and teachers in the Wehnwood school «< are invited to attend the basket picnic •"on Saturday afternoon, June 7, from *« 1 to 6 o'clock at Ivyside park. The affair ••Is aponsored by the P. H. T. A. Sports "and treats for the children are includ- "ed in the program. A committee will "take-charge of any children whose par- ..ents are unable to attend. These chil- *.dren should be at the school at 1 p. * cm. and will be taken to the picnic PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN TO HOLD TEA *• The Women's Missionary society of "*the First Presbyterain church will be "hostess to the ladies of the congrega- *"Uon at a silver tea to be held at the '"home: of Mrs. L. C. Wolfe, 3400 Oak ''Lane, on Friday afternoon. The affair i'will begin at 2 o'clock and an interest„. ing program will be carried out. The -. Wolfe home is near the old Baker man-' - - sion and the tea will afford those attending the opportunity to enjoy the ^Xff***** open. "tW Mrs. - - Wolfe will be assisted by the ''•••• €*following committee: Mrs. H. W. *fl_ndaman, Mrs. J. C. Nugent, Mrs. P. ' H. P-ris, Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mrs. C-xrle E. Murray, Mrs. D. N. Slep, ^Ifrs. William Galley, Mrs. J. H. Augen- -ftbaugh, Mrs. J. M. Skyles, Mrs. Mary ««Morrow, Mrs. J. H. Tobias, Mrs. Li. A. tiWoomer, Mrs. R. H. Hamilton, Mrs. tiW. H. Swan. *l PENNSY WILL COMPLETE •• PHILADELPHIA STATION A* The Pennsylvania Railroad company *• yesterday filed with the bureau of J"building inspection at Philadelphia the • plani for the erection of super-struc- ijtture of its new passenger station being • •erected at Thirtieth and Market • •street* as a part of its $100,000,000 '•West Philadelphia terminal project. »* The builders will be the United En- "gineering and Constructors, Inc., of "Philadelphia. A permit will be issued ,'at an early date in order that work ,,may begin this month. Work on the »foundation and platforms is Hearing <f completion. The tracks for suburban "trafflce at the new station and their •"electrification are about completed and "•ervic* la expected to open in the of a couple of months. WHAT HEW YORK IS NOW WEARING 2.574 "By ANNEBELLE WOBTHINGTON. A printed crepe silk shows how smart it can be in straight silhouette with low-flared fulness. The pointed outline of the hip yoke and the circular skirt flounce, produce a prahticularly slenderizing effect. The neckline is interesting in cool open V-shape. The rolled collar and jabot of plain crepe match the background of the print. The short sleeves with elbow flare are very smart. Style No. 2574 can be had in sizes 14, 16, 18 years, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inches bust. It's very pretty in printed chiffon voile that will give such excellent service. Shantung, flat crepe silk, pastel sheer linen and printed batiste are fashionable fabrics for its development. Pattern price 15 cents. Be sure to 1111 in size of pattern. Illustrated dressmaking lesson furnished with every pattern. Address . FASHION BUREAU Altoona Mirror 261 Fifth Avenue New York City, N. Y. Our Spring Fashion Magazine is 15 cents, but you may order a pattern and a Fashion magazine together for 25 cents. AILEEN LAMONT'S STYLES OF TODAY By AILBEN I, A MONT, Staff Correspondent. (Copyright, 1930, by Altbona Mirror.) NEW YORK, June 6.—When Paris concentrates upon lingerie, she certainly puts her mind on it. At present, she puts nothing much else on, if you gather the meaning. Some of the new lingerie is of silk lace, tinted in various colors, or in delectable white, and the only section which Isn't transparent Is a bit of ribbon. Oh, well! Crowns In London. For* tennis headgear, London has a pleasing notion. It consists of two ribbons of different colors, the brighter the better, made into a bandeau which has a crown of net. You can hardly see the net, but It's there; which means that the hair remains there or there abouts even during the hardest match. Engaged If you are thinking about becoming engaged this season, don't accept one of the old-fashioned engagement rings with a mere solitaire and half a dozen small diamonds scattered about the setting. Break the engagement unless he gives you a big solitaire hedged about with baguette, diamonds, sapphires, or rubies. Expensive? Yes, but love is like that: CHURCH NEWS The Euodia class of St. Paul's Lutheran Sunday school will meet on Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Chester Geegle, 808 West Chestnut avenue. —o— The Arpad Bible class of the First Lutheran Sunday school will meet at the home of Mrs. G. W. Nichol of 1115 Twenty-first avenue this evening at '8 o'clock. —o— A good^rowd is expected at the Altoona Rescue Mission this evening at 7.45 when Richard Woomer, who was converted in the Blair county jail. Will tell how he was saved and is being kept by the power of God daily. The song service will be in charge of the mission superintendent and a good time is expected. All attending will be made welcome. The Women's Home Missionary society of the Eighth Avenue Methodist church will hold its jubilee birthday party on next Thursday evening, June 12, at 7.30 o'clock in the auditorium of the church. An interesting program will feature the session. The meeting will be open to the public and at its conclusion delicious refreshments will be served. —o— The Loyalty class of the First Methodist Sunday school will meet today from 3 to 10 p. m. at the home of Mrs. H. O. Raugh at 1121 Twentieth avenue. Mrs. Raugh will be assisted by Mrs. C. V. Swengle, Mrs. L. F. P. Hinman, Miss Alice Rowe and Miss Blanche Rowe. At this meeting, plans will be made for the annual outing at the farm of Dr. J. E. Skillington near Loysburg on Thursday, July 10. The monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary society of the First Pres- FASHIONS AS SEEN BY FRANCES PACK? Bjr FRANCES PAGE*. (dottyrtght, 1980, by Style SouMW.) NEW .YORK, June 6.—Although sheer materials are having their .day and season there are certain •indications here And there that the silhouette is becoming stiffer and more stately and that fabrics are taking their cue from them. x Then is a strongly romantic influence creeping Into the mode, and ever since last year this influence has extendeed itself to silks. One hears a great deal of the romantic eighteenth century influence Which is so effectively interpretated in silk. This is especially true In rich materials for formal costumes which revive some of the themes of a century ago, since it has become stnart to be picturesque, or pretty, in the evening. Wrap fabrics are the newest weaves to join the new movement; the latest expression is the old fashioned damask brocade which is associated'with that period In the eighteenth century when intricate hand-weaving flourished in France. Some of these are said to be reproductions 6t museum pieces, which are on permanent exhibition in the famous gallery at Lyon. The only modern note in these brocades is that they have been made more supple and easier to handle. Tire patterns remain handsome allover floral effects composed of many pastel threads in different colors, all of which are dyed before the material is woven. Occasional gold metal threads are mingled with the silk ones to obtain additional richness. byterian church was held on Tuesday evening with the president, Mrs, C. B. Torrance, presiding. Mrs. J. E. Irvine led the devotions. Miss Ruth Hunt gave a very informing talk on "Training Filipino Youth" and Mrs. S. M. Boyer's topic, "The Ola and the New in West Indies," was interesting. A splendid letter from Dr. Mary Shaffer, who is touring India, was read. Announcements were made calling attention to the June tea to be held at the home of Mrs. L,. C. Wolfe at Alleghany Furnace tomorrow afternoon from 2 to S o'clock, and the meeting to be held at the home of Mrs. Carrie Murray at Point View on July 1. MB, AND lift* CrtflSf I OH ANHIVIRBARY Mr. and Mrs. Loul* Hoffman of Third avenue Tuesday evAnlng t._._ honor guests at a delightful gathering held at the Tussey farm home 1ft Sinking valley 1ft honor of their 26th wedding anniversary, the evening was spent in a pleasant manner, cards were enjoyed and delicious refreshments were served. Those present: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tussey and fattilly, at whose home the affair was held; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tussey of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tussey, Mr. ana Mrs. Frank Tussey, Grace Kemmler and Russell Lowe of BellWood. Miss Virginia Tussey, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tussey, one of the guests of the evening, fell, fracturing her right ankle which will keep her confined to her home for some time. SOCIETY TREASURER IS HONORED FOR SERVICE Mrs. C. L.. Zimmerman, retiring, treasurer of the Fourth .Lutheran church , Missionary society after twenty-five years of service, on Tuesday evening was honored by members of the organization who presented to her a mesh bag containing a sum of money in recognition of her Work in the society the past quarter of a century. Mrs. George Smith* one of the society officers, made the presentation. Mrs. A. W. Stong presided. Mrs. E. M. Dibert, Mrs. Paul Pfetffer aniMrs. Lillian Cassidy were leaders. Miss Margaret Shollenberger, Hollldaysburg' spoke for the Fiftieth anniversary. Miss Kate Stewart, HollidaysbUrg, thank offering secretary of the Synodi- cal society, gave an interesting talk. Miss Stewart had helped to organize the society thirty-eight years ago. None of those who were charter mem- VELVEETA A NEW CHEESE For Sale By Your Grocer PtRMANtNT WAVES Paris and London will tell you — There is no season for beauty—one's hair should be ftepf \ Eugene-waved all through the year. The Eugene Sachet •with perforated steam-tab permits re-waving without •waving over. And it costs but very little more! At Iki hllir haul? hrtut piano aB Hlltabeth After the presentation t» Urt. Klffl- merman, the pUrty adjotttnetl 16 the festal hall, wherein elaborate luncheon was served, Mrs. SHmtnefman Was presented a large v«S* of flOwets and each Of the guests #«««, a bouquet. Mrs. Duck, Mfs. Shtplet, Mrs. Runs- man, Mrs. Fickes, ICrt, Line, / Mrs. Reimer, Mrs. Hall, Mr*. Grov« and Mrs. Martin were hostesses. CHANGE DARK FABRICS TO LIGHTER SHADES With This Marvelous Tintex Color Removed* * N X , I In just a few minutes Tintex Color Remover harinleesly takes (oat every bit of color — no matter how dark! Then, of course, it's only a matter of moments to re-tint or dye the colorless material to any one of many fascinating Tintex shades. Look on the list below for the Tintex product you'll need to make such magic transformations. It's easy and quick and amazingly perfect in results; «r-THE TINTEX if Tintex Color Remover— Removes old color from any material M it can be dyed a new color. Tintex Gray Box— Tints and dpw all materials. TaHex Blue Box — For bee-trimmed Bflks — tints the silk, lace remains original color. WUtex — A bluing for restoring whiteness to all yenowed white materials. PARK & TllFORD. ESTABLISHED 1840, GUARANTEES TINTEX At all drag, dept. stores ^^^^-and notion counters . .J.D£ Tintex TINTS AND DYES PLAN SUMMER SCHOOL AT BBOAD AVE. PRESBYTERIAN "The hour of youth has the gold in its mouth." Next Monday morning at 9 o'clock in the Broad Avenue Presbyterian church, the tenth session for this summer Bible school will open. The parents are urged to have the children enrolled on Monday and not later than Tuesday. This is an opportunity school where the children may be occupied during the forenoons in learning something practical and helpful in living, doing work in scripture, hymns, pageantry, morality games, and handwork with a moral objective. The older young people have to consider "What Jesus expects of young people today," and "Jesus and the problems of daily living." NORGE Simplified Electric Refrigeration ALTOONA ELEC. SUPPLY CO. 1120 12th Ave. Dial 8-8297 fl»-| KQ . «P X O » • ooo.oooo.00 o .0.0 ooooooo;* Tobias & Laughlin Funeral Service 2036 BROAD AVE. Phone 9810 Altoona's Foremost Milliners 1419 Eleventh Avenue Where Beauty » Does Not Cost Too Much! Everything In Hats counsa Writing to girls of ELINOR GLYN EUNOR GLYN Helen M— is eating her .heart out, poor child because she's so "unlucky." There have been air weddings among her friends and she hasn't even one beau. "Miss Glyn," she writes, "'really I am as good looking as these other girls. Can it be their clothes? Yet I buy the same styles as they do and pay just as much — " D ON'T call it luck, Helen. Undoubtedly these girls know something that you don't — that the thing about clothes that has the greatest appeal for men is color. Psychologists say color affects the emotions more than any other factor in dress. As long as its intensity, its balance, are not upset or diminished, color will work unfailingly on the emotions. It all comes down, Helen, to these two simple rules: ONE: Wear the colors which suit you best; and TWO : Keep those colors fresh and new and vital, just as you keep your things clean and dainty. The difficulty is that some women use an ordinary "good" soap, but it is not good enough, for just a little of the color pigment goes from the fabric. But there is a famous product especially made to take out dirt without disturbing the colors. That is the well-known Lux. If a color is safe in plain water alone, Lux will preserve all of itsoriginal magnetism. Lux has literally brought romance into the lives of many thousands of girls. And Your Home, Too And, girls, remember this, too. A man does judge a girl by her setting—her home. If everything about you, from the dainty curtains in your living room to the gay pillows on the porch, the doilies on the supper table, reflects the charm of fresh color which Lux alone gives, this will make you seem more charming, more desirable] to him. ELINOR TUB SECRET OP CLOTHES APPEAL. (Left) After 12 Lux waihingt — unfaded, live, vibrant, all tho magnetism of color is retained. (Right) Wa»hed IS times 'with ordinary good soap — printed •ilk undeniably faded. Not actually ruined, yet allure of color lost.. If it's safe in Water, it's safe in Lux JUST ARRIVED N TOWN SANSHEEN' the new dull hose by KAYSER ...th« newest thing In hosiery!, ..;dull a* can bel ... the last word in smartness! ... so much sheerer-looking I • ..so much clearer I ...and they wear and wear and wear I If they're the genuine Sansheen* their smart dullness is permanent... it's the twist of the silk that does it. And because of the wonderfuj Sansheen* twist, the thread which appears so gossamer-sheer is strong, not apt to catch or pull. That's why Sansheen* hose give you new ideas of the life-span of a stocking I Two lovely qualities—Both StENDpt Heel 150X . $1.65 Sh..r Wright 140X . $1.95 Finer gaug* and •v«n more th**r AYSER •Trade-mark applied for. tTradc-mark rag.—LIceiM* undw Pot No. U11.6M <3>1930,J.K.tea. JUNE or Any Other Month No finer or more appropriate gift can be given the Bride. *i € € Than A «t € WESTINGHOUSE URN SET BEAUTIFUL CHROME FINISH 9-CUP CAPACITY URN SPECIAL 19 .95 <® € Reg. $24.50 $2.95 Down ^ Ponn Centra LOOK! FOR THE VITALITY SIGN TUK HOME OF $5 AND $6 WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR AAA to EEl GINGRICH'S 1409 nth V

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