Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 11, 1929 · Page 20
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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T< l /V v % ^^»fi^^ ALTCiONA MlRROk—MONbAV, KoVfeMSfeE 11, NEWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING TOWNS HOLLIDAYSBURG Tho members of the Faithful Workers Sunday school class of the First Methodist church taught by Mrs. B. H. Hart will present the comedy- drama entitled "An Early Bird," In the High school auditorium on Thursday evening, Nov. 14, at 8 o'clock. This very clever playlet Is i-oached 'by Mrs. Marguerite being Jones Wallace. The Sunday school orchestra of the First Methodist church will render a special program of music In connection with the piny. Tickets for the play are now on sale at Menl- zer's coffee whop on Broad street. The play will be presented by a cast of twenty-five talented young women who are general favorites in home- talent productions, is solicited. Public patronage to be present and visitors are Tho weekly conclave of Cns Tho Ladles' Aid society of St. Paul's Methodist church at Loop station will meet Tuesday evening, Nuv. Vi, at 7..'!<> O'clock. All members are requested welcome, stle Came- iotV'knlKhts of King Arthur of the First Baptist church will bo held this evening at 7 o'clock in the Jurlson Bible class room. Miss Lorcltu. Dlcksoti,' president of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of tho First Baptist church announces that tho third of a series of special programs on the K'-' n - ernl theme. "Wholesome Christian Living." will be prnsuntncl ut tho meeting of the society of Sunday evening, Nov. 17, ul (i.30 o'clock. This meeting will be in charge of Muynard Kboch. The speaker of the evening will be John Matthews. Mrs. Lenoni Dickinson, wlfo of Dr. H. L. Dickinson of Johnstown, and Mrs. James Brwn of Columbia park, were week-end guests at the residence, of Miss Mary K. Johnston, 417 Waynts street. Colonel John S. Vlpond of New Portage Junction, di.'lightfully entertained the members of the Phoenix Fire company at a bunuet at tho Capitol hotel last Thursday evening, in appreciation of the valued services of the llremen who recently saved the Vlpond home from destruction when tho barn 'on the property was destroyed. A large representation of the Phoenix llremen was present and a delicious repast was served. Isaac M. Irwln officiated as loastmasler, being the president of tho Phoenix Fire company. The speaker of the evening was H. Steele Smith, chief of the Phoenix lire company. Mr. Smith gave an authentic history of the Phoenix lire company down' to the present date. Informal talks were delivered by John J. Stanley, Archibald D. Murray, Charles Shoemaker, H. A. Marlz, Richard Halnley, Peter Zeak, Frank Rent/., Chester B. Elliott, Hayes C. Leonard, Robert H. Glldea, William M. Corbin, George C. Bummer, Frita Bouse nnd Elmer White. A very pleasing social function was In order und Colonel Vl- pond was tendered a rising vote of thanks for this evening of pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Walte Mattern of Bellefonte were entertained over the week-end at the residence of Mrs. Mattern's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rolla Pulton of 220 Ncwry street. Misses Julia and Susan Itobeson of 517 Wayne street, Miss Harrielte L. DUNCANSVILLE Armistice Sunday was appropriately observed in all of the local churches yesterday, with the respective pastors delivering sermons befitting the day of Lewis of 206 Union street and i m <. mor | es on the eve of Armistice day Grace Morrow of Altoona motored toj todnV| tnc eleventh anniversary of the Bedford on Saturday where they were entertained by friends. ending of the greatest war known to I mankind. At the Hicks Memorial Mrs. Williird C. Bush of 410 Allcv Melho(1 | Ht c hureh the pastor, Rev. D. Kheny street 1ms returned home from pleasure sojourn with relatives and friends In Oil City. Mrs. Paul J. Strickler of 411 Allegheny street has returned home from G. Felker, had themes appropriate to Armistice Sunday at both the morning nnd evening services. In the morning he spolio on the theme. "Peace" and BEAVERTOWN A wood sawing bee was held on Oct. 26, at the home of the Daily sisters. The Men's Sunday School class of Salemn Reformed church planned the event. They sawed a nice lot of wood for which the Daily sisters are very thankful. • Miss Beulah Smith of Beavertown became the bride og Elvln Shriver of Martinsburg Saturday evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. D. I. Pepple of Woodbury at his resilience. The young couple have the best wishes of a. host of friends. Mrs. William Paul and son ^Mearl of Wllllamsburg, accompanied by Mrs. H „«!. in Pl<. irlclcl wlrre sheT visited nt the evening hour on the theme, Williamsburg, accompanied oy Mrs. h,-p • u-ents M and Mr, J Sunder- "Armistice Day." Rev. Julian Park, William Moyer, also of Williamsburg, ml pa-sto' 1 of 'he Presbyterian church had i wero in Altoona Wednesday. Mrs. mml- __ . _ .. . „ „, , r ui.. A..~.i_«i~ n a..»,!».» »««»,»« '. Pn ii I remained in WilliamsburEf until Mrs. Beryl Corbin King of Chicago is visiting her father, A. C. Corbin of 513 Front street, having been sum- mnncd here to attend tho funeral of her sister. Mrs. Jean Corbin Murray. George Stroup of Wllllamsburg has purchased from Frank R. McKclvey of Sylvan Hilla tho McKclvey residence Inriilod at Brushmond, bordering the golf links at tho Blulrmont country club. Mr. and Mrs. Stroup and family will take possession of their new home In the near future. The McKelvey family will move to Hollidaysburg and will reside at the home of Mrs. McKelvey's mother Mrs. Junlatu. S. Tlnk- huni, who recently purchased the W. H. Gamble homestead at the corner of I'onn and Garbcr streets. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Plummer, Jr., of Sowlckley, spent the week-end at the residence of Mr. Plummer's parents, Attorney and Mrs. J. Leo Plummer, of GO!) Allegheny street. James Brlcker, a student nt State college, was a week-end guest at the residence of his grandmother Mrs, Laura L. Johnston, 417 Wayne street. The Baby clinic will be held on Friday afternoon in the Young Women's Christian Association rooms, between the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock. The students of Room 210 of the High school presented an Interesting program on Friday afternoon. The meeting was in charge of Donald Mentzer. A very impressive devotional program was conducted by Pauline Shade. Miss Christine Keller gave a report of the previous meetings of the students this term. Joseph Whittakcr gave an interesting talk In which he outlined the program for the ensuing four weeks. One of the outstanding features of the meeting was a bird guessing contest which was ably conducted by Lynn Brua. Mrs. Charles. W. Moore and daughter Miss Anne and Son Charles, Jr., of Pitl.sburg, are guests this week at the residence of Mrs. Moore's father-in-law Thomas H. Moore, in Scotch valley. Mr. and Mrs. Perry B. Moore and family have returned to their home in Pittsburgh after a two weeks' visit at the home of Mrs. Moore's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Beswlck. of 506 Walnut street. for his Armlstlco Sunday sermon j P a "' remained in Williamsburg until Rummage Sale, Tuesday, Nov. 12, Holy Trinity Episcopal church. Adv. FOR RENT—Six room house at 1314 Pine St., Hollidaysburg; also house in Frankstown. Inquire Mrs. Eva White, Frunkstown postofficc. ALEXANDRIA M!M Florence Myers spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Colbert at Williamsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Isenberg and Miss Nellie Coffman spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Schuldt of Ellzabethtown. Miss Mildred Neff of Kano Is visiting her mother Mrs. Samuel Neff for an extended time. Mrs. John Greenawalt of Collage spent Saturday with her daughter Mrs. Benjamin Cook. Betty Rupert is on Iho sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm Hughes and two daughters of Portage, Mr. and Mrs. George Myers of Duncansvllle spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hatlleld. Mrs. Joe Piper and family moved to Lewlstown Wednesday to Join her husband, who has been working there for some time. A meeling of Ihe Alexandria borough school board was held In thu school building Monday evening. Members present were Beck, Grove, Wil- Bon, Wertman und Paul J. Swigart, secrelury; vice president, Dr. J. M. Beck, presided. Tho committees up- pointed ul Ihe special meeling reported resolutions on the dentil of J. M. Gregory. Resolutions were adopted und ordered placed on tho minutea of the board. The matter of finances was taken up und on motion was disposed of covering the period until tho next regular meeling. Dr. J. Ray SI. Clair, the newly appointed member of tho board, came Into the meeling ut this lime and Ihe oath of 'office was administered by tho vice president, Dr. J. M. Beck. There being no further business the meeling adjourned. A very delightful birthday surprise party was held at the Coffman homo in honor ot their brother and sister Clalr and Nellie Cofl'mun on Tuesday evening, Nov. 5. In Ihelr absence, the following persons galhcred at their home for u surprise: Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Smith anil children Georgiana, Donald, Floris, Mary, Margaret and Viola, Mr. und Mrs. Chalmer Coffmnn and son Rlchurd, Miss Hess and Miss McKnlght, all of Huntingdon, Mr. und Mrs. G. ColTinun and two children Howard und Kreilu, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Isenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Price, Edna Smith, Josephine Green, Muud Martin, Bertha und 1'Jve- lyn, Shingler, Helen ami Mudaline Buhullz, Catherine, Elizabeth and Joseph Henney, Agnes Burr, Byrda Schuldt, Caroline Cunningham, Esther and Nellie Coffmun, William Brenni'.man, Scott, Clulr und Benjamin Coff- mun, Lawrence und Harold Schuldl, Russel Shaffer und Paul Martin. After an enjoyable evening they were invited lo Ihe dining room to an oyster supper. Many beautiful gifts were received. SOUTH ALTOONA Mr. and Mrs. Frank Templeton and daughter Agnes motored to Osceola Mills where they will visit relatives. Do not forget to attend the November Parent-Teacher meeting which will bo held at tho Whittler school on Fifth avenue and Forty-first street this evening at 7.30 o'clock. Miss Mary Jane Albright will give a report on the district meeting recently held in Somerset. Harry C. Smith has been selected as speaker for the evening. All patrons and friends are urged to come and make the affair a success. Mr. und Mrs. David Smeltzer and family are spending several days in South Fork with rfclatlves. Very little improvement Is reported In the condition of Frank Tomllnson of First avenue and Fortieth street, who Is a patient at Mercy hospitul where he is suffering from injuries he received when he was injured in an automobile uccldent last Saturday evening. Miss Olive Walls of 3933 Burgoon road is visiting relatives in Pittsburgh. Miss Alpharetta Steele of 4011 Fifth avonuo has returned after spending several days In Akron, O. Miss Mildred Morris of 3P25 Burgoon road motored to Philadelphia where she will upend thu week-end with relatives. Mr. und Mrs. Sharon Llmbert motored to Lewlstown where they will visit Mrs, Llmbert's parents. ' Mr. und Mrs. J nines Ellenberger and daughters Madeline und Esther am spending several days in York with relatives. Rev. G. R. Albion announces that thii regular Sunday services will be observed at tho Schum Memorial U: lied Brethren church on Broad avenue and FU'ty-llrst street tomorrow. Sunday school at 11.30. Morning services at 10.45 o'clock and Christian Endeavor at 6.30. Revival services will begin tomorrow evening and bo continued every evening except Saturday, Every one Is welcome. In the item In this column last week wherein It was stated Superintendent T. S. Uuvls would give u lecture on rending should have read M. A. IJivcly, superintendent of the Logan township schools. theme, "Blessed are the Peacemakers." At the Lutheran church, there was only one preaching service yesterday, the evening hour being devoted to the annual thank-offering service under the auspices of the missionary societies of the church. The pastor, Rev. G. B. Harman, discoursed at the morning service on the subject, "Memories that Bless and Burn," an Armistice Sunday study. All the church services In town were well attended. Daniel Strayer of McKees Rocks, who is spending the current hunting season visiting here at the h' of hl.s mother, Mrs. Lucinda S'rayer of Sixteenth , street, had the honor of bringing to town tho second wild turkey of the season. Mr. Strayer brought down the bird, a nice nine-pound hen, while gunning in the Barree section on Saturday. The Initial meetings of the recently organized Girl Reserve clubs were held on last Friday afternoon from 3 to 4 o'clock at the local public school building, with tho advisors and a large number of girls present. One of the clubs Is composed of girls of the seventh grade, while the other Is composed of girls of the eighth grade. Both meetings were held Independently and both were reported as being most in-, tcrestlng and Instructive. Meetings will Be held weekly on Fridays at the same hour throughout the school term, ' the schedule being so arranged to provide a period for this work. Friday afternoon marked the organization of another club under the auspices of the Hollidaysburg Young Women's Christian association, that of the girls of the fifth and sixth grades, who organized a 4-H club Is conducted along similar lines as the others and meet- Ings will be held each Friday afternoon, also. Miss Esther I. Williams, [eneral secretary of the Hollidaysburg, T. W. C. A. was present for the mcet- ngs. Much Interest is being shown ind successful organizations are ex- >ected to result. Earl Tarr and tamlly of Patton were alter part of the week visitors with relatives and friends in this vicinity. John Kelly of Altoona was a latler mrl of Ihe week caller among local 'riends. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wineland of 409 Sixteenth street are the happy parents of another young son, the stork arriving at their home on last Friday norning. Both mother and son are reported fine. The child is the eighth 3orn to these parents, seven of whom are living, the family now consisting of four daughters and three sons. The father Is a cement-finisher and lately has been employed on a slate highway contract In Snyder county. Paul Webb, a student at Washington and Jefferson college at Washington HUNTINGDON Mrs. Paul E. Weslbrook and duugh- ler Alice Elizabeth of Altoona, spent yesterday with relatives In Huntingdon. Mrs. Amanda Brown of Stale College was culled to Huntingdon on account The Alexandria-Porter school hoard ! of the death of her sister Mrs. Margaret Leubhart. Mrs. George Russel of Philadelphia is a guest ut the homo of her ulster Mrs. Chester J. Lungdon, Ten und Washington .streets. Misses Elizubeth and Margaret Wut- non of 1417 Washington street, spent the week-end and Armistice day| with relulivt's in Hurrisburg. ' Druggist Hurry W. Read Is a patient in the University of Pennsylvania hospital in Philadelphia where he su(b- mitted to an operation on his eye. Mrs. S. Alice Stever of Cussville is visiting at the home of her brother. Samuel G. Wilson, 106 Pennsylvania met in the directors room Monday livening, Nov. 4. Members present: Phillips, Selgel, Lecrone und Jlewett of the Porter board und lieck, Grove, Wilson, St. Clalr and Wertrnun uf tliu Alexandria bourd; P. J. Swigurt, secretary; J. H. Neff, supervising principal, und Lewis Schlrm, janitor were also present. Presidenl Phillips railed for report of standing committees. Chairman Grove of the cafeteria ^committee reported that owing lo the need of some repairs to Ihu cooking range, operation of the cafeleriu wus somewhul delayed, but it wus hoped that everything would be in readiness lo open for business by Nov. 11. The committee on grounds and build- Ing reported some repuirs inude lo the toilets and about seventy trees were plunted on the grounds. Supervising Principal J. H. Neff reported on school uclivitica for the past month, Knowing thut everything is moving along nicely. In this connection he stated that several Hallowe'en parties were held by the pupils under the jurisdiction ot the faculty, all of which pussed off sutisfuctoriuly and were much enjoytu 1 by the participant!. It was decided to close the school on Nov. 2b und 29, Thanksgiving period, and for the Christmas season. School will close on Dec. 24, to reopen Dec. 30. A number of bills : Misx Lucy, "327 Mifflin street, are vis- Pa., arrived home tho latter part ol lust week to spend the week-end and Armistice day with his parents, Mr and Mrs. W. V. Webb of 1109 Third avenue this plac". Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hite of 1308 Fourth avenue were numbered among those from this section in attendance at Ihe foolball game played til Johns- lown on Salurduy aflernoon belween Ihe Alloona and Johnslown High school learns. Harry Piper of Cleveland, O., molor- ed here the latler part of last week to spend Ihe week-end and holiday al Ihe home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Piper of Fifth ayenue. Emory Stewart of 1119 Fourth avenue visited with Roaring Spring friends over tho week-end and Armistice day. Mr. Lewis of the Hollidaysburg Young Men's Christian association, spoke to the boys of the upper grades of Iho local public schools on last Friday afternoon in the interesl of Ihe organlzallon, al an early dale, of pioneer clubs, .sponsoring wholesome and healthful activities among school boys. In view of, the recent actlvilies of Ihe local school girls' organizalions, Ihe suggeslion of Iho organizalion of such boys' clubs, mel wilh a hearty rcspon^ und It Is quite likely that an organization will take place in Ihe im- medialo future. It is felt there is a distinct need for this sort of training here. Miss Naomi Piper of Harrisburg was a recent vlsllor here at the homo of her sister, Mrs. Samuel Burnes of East Third avenue. Tho Duncansvllle water system was given a thorough flushing in preparation for winter weather on lust Friday evening, which accounted'for tho turbid condition of the water coming from taps In some sections of the borough. The plugs were all reported in excellent condition, being thoroughly oiled after being opened. The flushing was under tho direclion of John W. Mulzabuugh, chairmttn of the water commitlee of the borough council. Mr. and Mrs. George Rollason of Hollidaysburg were Saturday afternoon visitors with friends at this place. George Engle, well known Fourteenth slreel resident, met with a puin- ful uccldent the luller purt of lust week, while on u hunting trip to the mountains west of Duncansville. Mr. Engle wus walking along a clearing gunning for rubbits, when he tripped over u piece of brush and fell, striking his face on the butt of a small tree a few inches above the ground. His glasses were shullered by Ihe blow, bul while gashes were intlicled both above f and below his left eye, the eye llself wus uninjured. After recovering from Ihe shock, he returned to Ills home here where medical attention wus given his cuts. Aside from contusions und the lacerations ubove noted, he escaped, very fortunately, other injuries. Being of jovial personality himself, Mr. Engle is now being culled upon to do conslderuble explaining of the incident by his many friends who rejoice Ihul he cume through 1". ao luckily. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Neely of East Third a-venue weru Saturday afternoon visftors at Johnstown, being numbered among the throng attending the Altoona High-Johnstown High football game at the Point stadium. Thursday evening. Mrs. N. H. Rover spent several days last week visiting friends at Williamsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry and daughters Louise and Viola and sons John and Kenneth were dinner guests Sunday at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brumbaugh and family of Fredericksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaffer of Windber and Miss Carbaugh of Cherrylown spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Crlswell. Mrs. Carrie Rossman spent from Wednesday until Saturday at Altoona. She is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Huntsman. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Anderson and son Cloyd Eugene of Williamsburg, Emert Smilh and Clarence Royer of Smithfleld were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Royer. Cathaleno Smith called at the same home Sunday afternoon.' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gaver and sons Paul and Harry of Duncansville called a short lime Sunday aflernoon al the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Paul. Mr. and Mrs. LevI Acker entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grazier and Mrs. Arminta Crazier lo dinner Sunday. Aflernoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beck of Alloona. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brant and son oy and Ellc Walter of New Enterprise, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Allison and children Cleva and Dean, May Allison and son Robert were dinner quests Sunday at the home of Mr. iind Mrs. J. H. Allison of Fair valley. Those who spent Sunday afternoon at :he same home were Mrs. R. L. Hollopeter and daughter Susie, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hoover and family of New Enterprise and Thelma and Dorolhy Ebersole. Miss Ella Bailey of Fair valley is well again afler a siege of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Banks cf Saxton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and- Mrs. Frank Hughes of Fair valley. Mr. and Mrs. George Rhodes of Martinsburg, R. D., spent Saturday at Altoona. Mrs. ti. B. Brumbaugh, Mrs. Fred Heater, Mrs. Miles Ramsey and Miss Iva B. Brumbaugh of Fredericksburg spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Guyer of Sharpsburg. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Brumbaugh and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Elvin B. Kensinger of Martinsburg. C. M. Rhodes and family of Fredericksburg spent Sunday afternoon at the counly home vlslling M. C. Hoover, who is a guesl at the home. Jacob Greaser and son Blanden of Tennessee spent a few hours Monday visiting Sarah Greaser of Fredericksburg. Z. T. Garner and daughler Bertha, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Garner and daughter of James Creek spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Rilchey of Clover creek. Mrs. Emma Rilchey, who spent a few months at the home of her son and wife Mr. and Mrs 1 . Elmer Rltchey of Clover Creek, returned to the home of her daughter Mrs. Mary Loyd at NEWJ»ARIS The Friendly Bible class of the Methodist church school held their monthly meeting on Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Richards at Hope fruit farm. The meeting, opened with a hymn and prayer by Mrs. W.. L. Phillips, roll call with Scripture verse and twenty minutes discussion of Sunday school lesson by Rev. W. L. Phillips. This was followed by each one present telling their favorite Bible story, This part of the session was especially interesting as it lasted about one hour and many good stories were given on Bible characters. A verse or gem for each day of November were distributed to every one present to read, and was very much enjoyed. The business was then transacted arid closed with a song and prayer by N. F. Richards. Before returning to their homes a social time was spent, while the hostess served delicious refreshments, including ; U:e cream, to tho following guests: Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bowser, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuckey, Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Bowser and son Glenn, Mrs. Daniel Helman, Mrs. Cora Gephart, Mrs. Harry J. Mock, Mrs. Emmet Mitchell, Mrs. Rebecca Connelly, Mrs. Clayton Blackburn, Mrs. Lloyd Wentz, Mrs. David Holderbaum, Mrs. Noah Thomas, Misses Lulu Hoover, Uanita Helman, Gladys Bowser, Cornelia Mlckle, Harry Mickle and Mr. Wentz. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hllbert Helman and son Dick of Greensboro, N. C., arrived here on Tuesday morning and spent, part of the day with his par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Helman, then left here for Altoona where Mrs. Helman and son' will visit a few weeks at the home of her father M. T. McNally and family. Mr. Helman went to Detroit where he will spend a part of the week. Cyrus Blackburn of Hyndman was visiting at the home of his brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Dewalt Blackburn, a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cuppett and daughter Betty Louise of Johnstown were visiting for a few days at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cuppett. Miss Mabel Holderbaum, who underwent an operation for. appendicitis at the hospital in Windber, returned home on Sunday and is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ringler a'nd son of Connelsvllle and Mrs. William Burkott and sons Clark and William, jr., from Sculton, motored here and spent a pleasant time at the home of their friends Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Cuppett, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stufft and son Anson and daughters Wilma and Luclle returned from a visit with relatives and friends at Lovely. Franklin W. Cuppett of Philadelphia purchased the town property owned by Robert Davis, known as the Franklin • Mickle house and lot and contemplates moving here in the near future. . Perfect attendance records were made by the following grades of the Washington school near New Paris during the month of October: Grade 1—Mary Gochnour, Clalr Hammer, Jay Suter, Shinier Wentz, Mary Felix; grade 2—Inez Hiner, Jeannette Hammer, Keith Nunemaker; grade 3— Olive McGreary, Frank Kimmel; grade 4—Dorothy Griffith, Dorothy Wade, Rhoda Cuppett, Francis Horne; grade 5—Pauline Kimmel, Anna Mary Hinson, Edith Sleek, Marie ,Lohr, Ruth Rouser, Clara Hitshew, Harry Otto; grade 6—Cleo Latshaw, Eva Cuppett, Ethel Mitchell; grade 7—Helen Hammer, Edith Lohn. , Mary Ferguson, Grace Latshaw, Mildred Emerick; grade 8—Clair Felix, Nellie Mickle, Frank Otto, Le Roy Benna, Irene Moore. BEI1WOOD The Woman's Missionary society of the Lutheran church will meet on Tuesday evening at 7.30 in the home •f Mrs. L. A. Root, North First street. The Women's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet Tuesday evening at 7.30 in the church. This is the • annual Thank Offering service and an interesting program will be given. Bellwood borough High school gave peclal attention to Armistice day in ts chapet exercises on Friday which was attended by a large number of latrons. Rev. Wilson made the ad- Iress on "World Peace." Another eature was a playlet, "Signing the 3 eace Pact." Wilbert Campbell, El- ivood Harvey, Thompson Rowan, Waler Laird, Sheldon Hill and Virginia Leddy were in the leading roles and many others participated. The glee lubs and orchestra furnished music. James Lotz, son of Mrs. H. E. Lotz, itudent at the aviation school, Stultz field, did his first solo flying last week and was a guest of the management at B. dinner'at the Penn-Alto lotel, Altoona, In honor of • the occasion, Roy Fletcher and wife and baby of Roaring Spring were week-end guests at the home' of Mr. Fletcher's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Fletcher, Third street. Rev. Fauss of Pittsburgh, former aator of the Methodist church here, vas circulating among friends here ast week. He visited at the home of fa: and Mrs. A O. Hartsock of Hill 'op on Wednesday. Mrs, Minnie Ott and son Irvln Harris of Logan avenue were recent uests at the home of her mother itrs. Barbara Oldham of Duncans- ille. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Philip Conrad of Logan avenue were Sunday guests at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry 'essler at Buckhorn. Mrs. Harriet Conrad of Altoona pent Wednesday at the home of her arents Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hollen of esser avenue. Mrs. Mae Swartz of Lake avenue vas a week-end guest among- friends n Baltimore, Md. Leroy Hartsock of Lotz avenue pent' the week-end with his brother ieorge Hartsock, who is a student at unlata college at Huntingdon. Mrs. Glassco, wife of Rev. Glassco, jastor of the Methodist church, has ecovered enough to be able to be removed from the Phillpsburg hospital ;o their home at 605 Logan avenue, drs, Glassco being a typhoid fever mtient there for quite a while. She s getting along very nicely, but will lave to remain in bed fox a little while here yet. Janet Clark, who has been a patient at the Altoona hospital for a long .ime seems to be some better and all hope she continues to improve. The home of Miss Pearl Wolfe of Sixth street was the scene of a very lappy affair on Thursday evening when she held a masquerade party. The time was very pleasantly spent in ;ames of various kind and at a late lour, a luncheon was served. Those present were Vara Gesser, Kathleen Parks, Ethel Smith, Alice Eckard, Phyllis Strohmeyer, Marie Strohmeyer, Eva Streight, Margaret Butterbaugh, Kathryn Funk, Pearl Wolfe, George Myers, Charles Rollason, Woyle Hess, Bob Butterbaugh, Blair Cassiday, Rutherford Sparks, Dutch Goocfman, 1 Charles Mangus, Bill Desch, George Eckard, Charles Wolfe, Ferron Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Yon, Mrs. C. E. Wolfe. , Mr. und Mrs. Walter Ricker, 32-t I A number of relatives and friends Washington street, are spending '.he ; from this pluco und vicinity were in ' " " ' ' attendance ul the i'unerul of Andre week-end at the home of their son Rev. Charles Riuki-r, in Philadelphia. WerU held on last Friday afternoon Mrs. Thomas Keating of Turtle in the Frunkstown Methodist church. >eek wus culled to Huntingdon on , Mr. Wcrtz'a death occurred earlier in Cr account of the death of her sister tiiu week ut hU home ut Huntingdon. Mrs. Wurgure'. Leubhart. Mr. and Mrs. I. Hoburt Gardner und I -.own eeinete Interment \vus made iu the Gceney- Roaring Spring on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Banks of 204 First avenue, Altoona, celebrated their forty-eighth wedding anniversary att the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Banks of Pleasant valley. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Whetstone and sons Lester and William of Altoona, Elmer Burket of Hollidaysburg, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Banks and family of Mines and Anna, Martha and George Roberta. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Baker and daughters of Pleasant valley were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brubaker of Cross Keys. The following were visitors during the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Banks of Pleasant valley: Roy Baker, Ethel and Bertha Mer- rilts, John Ulsh and Tony Hancock of Mount Union, A birthday dinner was given Wednesday evening, Oct. 30, at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. H. F. Detwller of Pleasant valley in honor of Mr. Det- wller's birthday anniversary. Those present were Rev. and Mrs. Victor Steinberg, daughter Pauline and son Buddy, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Brumbaugh and daughters, Darlene and Marjorle, and Miss Ada Replogle of Martinsburg, Miss Kalhryn Burket, Edward and Newton Detwller of Beavertown, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Detwiler, sons Clyde, Eugene, Leone and Dale of Williamsburg, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Baker and daughters Verna and Mildred and sons Ellis, James and Calvin of Pleasant valley, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Miller and daughters Elizabeth Miller and Ella Snowberger of Curryville ami Harry Roberts of Pleasant valley. Miss Elma Smith of Smithtleld spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lynn of Williamsburg, R. D. Rev. C. O. Beery of Martinsburg called Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Detwiler. , Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Banks of Pleas- unt valley were Wednesday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Banks o- Mines. They also visited at the homo of the MoUfcrmotl brothers. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Detwiler of Pleasant valley culled Friday evening ut tho home of Mrs. Annetta Shock of Mines. CARROLLTOWN Mr. and Mrs. Leo Buchanan of Detroit, Mich., are guesta at the home of. relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bu- ihunun, who reside adjacent to Carrolltown. The visitors are bridegroom and bride of about u week and were married in Toledo, O. After their wedding the couple went to Dunkirk, N. Y., to visit the bride's kinfolks. her home having been at that place before she located in Detroit. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan returned to Detroit where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sharbaugh and Mrs. F. N. Donahue of Currolltown, und Mrs. Fred Morey und daughter, Mrs. Thomas Green of Putton, were motorists in Altoona Thursday and LAKEMONTTERRACE Mr. and Mrs. George Hoover and son Jack were visitors last week in Clearfield. Misses Audrey Holt, Helen Prough and Edna and Eloie Gottshall motored to Chambersburg on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Hoover, sons Jack and Gene of Plank road and Miss Jane Gross of Altoona, motored lo Washington, • D. C,, on Sunday where they visited the former's son Kenneth, who is a student at the American university of that city, Sunday being celebrated as father's day at the college. Mr. and Mrs. James Ayers of Plank' road, also visited at the university over the week-end, Ihey being entertained by their eon Carlton. Tho Christian Endeavor society of the Garden Heights United Brethren church enjoyed a very pleasant evening togelher in Ihe form of a Hal- lowe'en parly given in Ihe Terrace fire hall on Wednesday evening. The hall was beaulifully decoraled for the occasion in orange and black crepe paper., The evening was delightfully spent In games and music. Many of the guests were masked and prizes were awarded to Miss Ruth Charlesworth for being the best dressed girl; Marshall Hartman, the best dressed man; Miss Virginia Hamilton, mosl comic maid; John Sturlzman, most comio man, and John McDowell for the most original costume. At a late hour delicious refreshments were served. Those present were Misses Rulh Charleswbrlh, Virginia Hamtl- lon, Rebecca Lyons, Alfaretta Charlesworth, Marie Johnson, Helen Fusick, Anna Marie Schmeller, Muxlne Smith, Anna Lungham, Edna Nickola Dorothy Endress, Martha Logan Hannuh Marsten and Ruth Sleel, and Messrs. Marshall Hartman, John Slurlzman, John McDowell, Charlie Russ, Marian Mingle, Leroy Ashburn James Wolfe, Robert Herahey, William Laylon, "Red" Cell, Howard Kite, Clyde McKelvey, "Acey" Cap well, and "Eddie" Edmiston, and Mr and Mrs. J. A. Lyons and Mr. anc Mrs. D. J. Logan. CRESSON lit'.le son Gregory, 201 Mifflin were guests Friday evening ut this home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kent in Holliduysburg. Mr. und Mrs. Samuel Musse announces the b^rlh of a buby daughter. Surah Jean, on Thuruday, Nov. 7. Mrs. Lucy V. Read and daughter TYRONE the were socially engaged while In city. An inter-club mecl of Indiana, Ebensburg, Johnstown and Northern Cumbria KlwunU cluba will be held Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barkmun und ; ut the Brandon hotel. Spaugler, this fumily spent Sunday wilh Mr. and Mrs. Emunucl Baikman tit Everelt. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barkman of Hompsteud, N. Y., spent Wednesday •I '-v the si'i-retury und were ' itiiis ut "the homo of their sun and with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barkman i brother Curlloq Head ja , N, J, and fanjily on Washington avejjue, evening when u tine program will be given to entertain the large assemblage. Music and speeches will A purty was held on Tuesday eve ning ul Ihe home of Mr. • and Mrs A. S. Rlddler in honor of Ihe eigh teenth birthday of their daughte with Isabella. The evening was spen music, games and Dancing last The hour was spen around Ihe dining table, which wa beautifully decorated to suit the oc casion. Miss Rlddler was the reclpien of many lovely glfta. Those presen were Misses Kathleen Klllen, Vivian Killen, Mary K. Huff, Margarett Bostic, Marlon Miller, Dorothy Bur gan, Elizabeth Hlbbs. Grace Miller Mildred Gurrison, Marion Gut(irie Murguret Gwin, Kathryn Guyer, Mao Napier, .Marjorie Glass, Isabelli Rlddler and Mr. und Mrs. A. S. Riddle und family. J. G. Pfelster of Greensburg was a recent visitor here. Mius Mary Napier of the Mountui House grounds wus a recent visitor a Gallltzln. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Thomas wer recent visitors at Jersey Shore. Miss Ruth Schwaderer, a gradual nurse of Ihe Mercy hospital in Johns feature* the program, some splendid j lownfc spent Thursday al the horn talent to be represented at the gutb-1 of her parenls Mr. and Mrs. Grove of Kiwauiaua. E. Scbwadecer, J U NI A T A UKEMONT Miss Frances Himmelsbaugh and Mrs. Edgar Eastep entertained the Onward and Upward class of the First Methodist Sunday school Thursday evening in a masquerade party, The affair was held at the home of Miss Himmelsbaugh, 613 Third avenue. The evening was a pleasant one and he hostesses served >a dainty luncheon. Those present were Mrs. R. A. Smith, teacher; Mrs. Violet Lind, rtrs. William Luke, Mrs. Ted Steel, itrs. Catharine McKlnney, Mrs. Grace llmmelsbaugh, Misses Frances Miller, Sleanor Luke, Mabel Grazier, Pearl Grazier, Margaret Himmelsbaugh, 'earl Himmelsbaugh, Isabel Hill and itrs. Imler and son Billy of Roaring Spring. The sewing club 'of the Willing iVorkers class of the Church of the Brethren Sunday school met last week at the home of Mrs. Emory Miller, 007 Second street. Those - present were Mrs. John Cralne, Mrs. M. P. Brumbaugh, Mrs. John Brumbaugh, Mrs. C. C. Walters, Mrs. Earl Bower, Mrs. Ira Simmons and Mrs. Gil- iert Croft. . _ ' The Nota Bene Missionary ' society f the First Methodist church met Thursday evening in the lecture room if the church and during the business tesslon elected the following dficers: President, Mrs. Francis Gil- Hand; vice president, Mrs. William 3arr; secretary, Miss Blanche Staub; .reasurer, ' Miss Thelma Shellenber- fer; publicity secretary, Mrs. Robert Praker; mite box secretary, Mrs. M. \ Cunningham. A social hour was enjoyed and the hostesses, Mrs. Frank Turnbaugh and Miss Hazel Martin erved delicious refreshments. Others present were Mrs. D. E. Banks, super- ntendent; Mrs. W. R. Halfpenny, Misses Alice Corby, Wilamena Holon, Margaret Stubbs and Mildred rink. The annual thank offering meeting f the Woman's Home Missionary so- ;iety of the First Methodist church vill be held this evening in the ihurch. A 'covered dish luncheon will be enjoyed at 6.30 p. m. and will be 'oilowed by a program. The meeting s in charge of the thank offering sec- •etary, Mrs. E. E. Stull and her assistant, Mrs. Esther Gregbry and every member Is urged to come and jrlng a friend. The members are also aske.d to bring a covered dish, bread and" butter for themselves and their guests. EAST END The meeting night of the East End Parent-Teacher association has been changed from the second Tuesday 'to the second Monday of the.month, and therefore the meeting will be held in the Taring S. Davis school at 7.30 this evening. The meeting will be of a patriolio order, wilh the presentallon of American flags to each room by Altoona council No. 370, Junior Order United American Mechanics, with Rev. Walter E. Reifsnyder as spokesman, Principal Walter S. Haight responding. Literalure and children's reading being the topic for discussion this month, Mrs. Anna Kreuzpointner will talk or "Children's Reading." The communily singing will, be lead by Mr. B. E. Henderson, accompanied by Mrs. Brooks at the piano. Special musio has been arranged for the program. • The program follows: Community singing; devotions by Rev. Walter E. Reifsnyder presentation and reception of flags, flag salute, school children; patriotic musical number; address, "Children's Reading," Mrs, Kreuzpointner; specla music; report of Third district convention, by Mrs. McQuade; business. Mrs. Mary Carlln, was taken from the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Pfeffer, 228 East Walton avenue to tho Altoona hospital where she wil unUergo observation. Twenty-three members of Pride of Altoona council No. 110, Daughters of America, went to Johnstown las Friday to witness the initiation of a large class of candidates. They were treated to a supper by Mrs. Link of Conemaugh. Isaao G. Snyder, accompanied by the Railroad Men's quartet, consisting o L. H. Foor, Charles Isenberg, William Reese and Howard Ake, spent Sunday in Ml. Joy, Pa. BUCKHORN The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Fisher was the scene of a jolly affair on Friday evening' when their daughters Ruth and Leone held a masquerade party. The time was pleasantly spent in games rind music costumes of every kind and description were displayed and at a reasonable hour a delicious luncheon served: Those present were Burris and Verna Fessler, Hilda Dean, Mary Krise,, Gladys Cartrlght, Edith Ramer, Mabel Walker of West Altoona Ruth and Leone Fisher, Robert Toffie Ray Krise, Elmer Ramer, Lswis Frontz and Puul Riggelman of Al- loona. Hurry Wills, who was operated on for appendicitis and was seriously 111 returned home on last Saturday from the Altoona hospital very much improved. " Samuel Wissner of New York cily visiled his mother Mrs. Annie Dean last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Magee of Cherrytree and Mr. and Mrs. John Learner and daughter Hazel of Burnside were Sunday dinner guests at Churlea H. Yon. Recent cullers on Charles Yon were W. B. Fickes of South Altoona and Conrad Wentroth of Cresson. Robert Markel. Robert Leak and Miss Flick, all of Altoona, were Sun duy dinner gueats of Miss Burris Fessler. Mr. and Mrs. Gcoryo Flenner ot Soulh Fork were Friday evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Fessler Harry Diamond, Elisha Diamond and Mrs. Harvey Hutley of South Fork were guests of their aunt Mrs Myra Young on Tuesday, it. being Mrs Young's 83d birthday anniversary. She makes here horn* with her daughter Mrs. Hayry Feasler. Miss Elisabeth Bossert of 1427' Sixth avenue has • returned from a pleasant visit with friends in Pottstown, Philadelphia and Harrisburg. Kellar H. Barry and daughter Ruth of 501 Seventh avenue have returned from a week-end visit With relatives in Franklin, Pa. They were accompanied home by Mr. Barry's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Barry, who spent thre* weeks, with her- sister-in-law, Mrs. Laura Wagner. Mrs. C. J. Messerley of Lock Haven Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Garthoff, 717 Fifth ave-' nue. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Blair Goodman, 900 Broadway, a baby girl. The young lady arrived Thursday morning, Nov. 7 and will be named Harriet Mary. Mother and baby are getting along nicely. Mrs. A. P. Zerba of 1004 Fourth street entertained the L. B. .club Thursday evening. The ladies enjoyed the evening, the hostess serving a dainty luncheon. The guests were Mrs. W. M. Fink, Mrs. R. C. Palmer, Mrs. W. B. Matlack, Mrs. Cloyd Hoi- ton, Mrs. H. C. Ranck, Mrs. A. S. Hamer, Mrs. C. E. Cunningham, Mrs. Frank Fagley. Mrs. Violet Snoddy of Harrisburg Is visiting with Mrs. Blair Webb of 609 Second avenue. The Ci I. C. class of the Presbyterian Sunday school will meet Tuesday evening in the church parlor. Misa Mabel Boyles, Miss Jennie Kinley and Mrs. M. J. Wyper will be the hostesses . and a good attendance is urged. J The Loyal Women's Bible classsfllf the Grace Evangelical Sunday schobiV, held a short business meeting Thursday, evening at the close of the church service. Those present were W. R. Yohn, teacher; Mrs. G. L. Richardson, Mrs. .Kaylor, Mrs. W. H. Fraln, Mrs. Catharine Showers, Mrs. R. C. Royer, Mrs. W. R. Yohn, Mrs. E. B. Burt- nolte, Mrs. E. J. Bathurst, Mrs. O. L. Richards and daughter. The G. G. club Wa<? entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. W. H. Yoder, 809 Second street. The ladies spent a .delightful evening and the hostess served a delicious luncheon. Mrs. Yoder's guests were Mrs. T. M. Imler, Mrs. W. G. Musser, Mrs. R. F. Lantz, Mrs. I. H. Stover, Mrs. W.. E. McKinney, Mrs. J. E. Lytle, Mrs. N. L. Korns, Mrs. Elmer Crawford and Mrs. Harry Davis. Fresh eggs direct fro mthe nest at market price. Call at 515 llth Ave., Junlata. Adv. WILLIAMSBURG The Willing Workers class of the Methodist Sunday school held their annual Hallowe'en party in the social hall a few evenings ago. Games were played and a general good time was had by all. Delicious refreshments were served before the conclusion of the evening's entertainment. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. James Haney and Awo 'Children, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spademan and children, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hetzel, Mr. and Mrs-. Harry 'Larkln and son Clyde, Mrs. Warren Lilly and children, Mrs. Roy Roller, Mrs. Norman Holsinger, Mrs. George Hamer, Mrs. Sherman Stout, Misses Celia Sparr and Grace- Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller and Mrs. William Garvin. The High' School Alumni association will conduct three benefit card parties, the first to be held in Dean's hall on Thursday evening, Nov. 14. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pruner of Oil City and Harry Hetzel -of Piedmont, W. Va., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hetzel and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Snyder. The Mary Crever Dunning Missionary society of the Methodist church Held its monthly meeting on Tuesday evening with Mrs. Leland Miller. The lesson \va.s in charge of Miss Sara Hess, who very ably discussed, the topic. The annual thank offering was lifted at this time.. Those present were Misses Sara Hess, Cella Sparr, Mrs. Emry Shultz, Mrs. Roy Roller, Mrs. Leslie Huston, Mrs. Richard Hetzel, Misses Bertha Zimmerman, Jennie White, Mae Kensinger, Mrs. Earl Spackman, Mrs. H. O. Snively, Marie and Bobby Shultz, Inez and .Mary .Jane Spaceman, Mrs. Oscar Park, Mrs. Leland Miller and son Donald. The November group served dainty refreshments which were ^n- mensely enjoyed by. all. The pageant "The American Home," given on Tuesday evening by the children's division of the seventh Sunday school district of Blair county in the Presbyterian church was a great success. Nearly sixty children participated in the play. It is to be repeated on Tuesday evening, Nov. 12. at the Clover Creek Lutheran church. All.are cordially invited to be present. At the election Tuesday the following people were elected to the several offices in the borough of Williamsburg: Councilman, Dr. R. R. Whlttaker, W. A. McClain, Roy Roller and Aden H. Smith, Dr, Whlttaker and Aden Smith, were re-elected. Lev! Sparr was elected tax collector; Frank P. Keller, school director; William Fay, auditor; Walter C. Eastep, assessor. The election offices were also filled in both precincts. The Women's Home and Foreign Missionary society of the Lutheran church held its monthly meeting on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Allender ,of First street. The regular devotional and business program was used. An interesting lesson was studied. This was the thank- offering meeting and a good offering was received for missionary purposes. Those present were Mrs. V. D Naugle, Miss Carrie Ross, Mrs., Mary Mountz, Mrs. Sarah Riley, Mrs. Wil- h'am Blyler, Mrs. Sadie Spealman Mrs. Grace Sparr, Mrs. Alice Rhule, Mrs. James Gunnett, Miss Margarel Shellenberger, Miss Mayme Borst Mrs. Adda Wolf, Mrs. Lizzie Riley, Mrs. John Ferral and Mrs. Charles Allender. Mrs. Anna Biddle of West Second street, 'who left two weeks ago, arrived safe in St. Petersburg, Fla., her destination, and is well and happy, according to word that has been received from her by some of her friends in town. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. David Showalter, 129 Front street, was the scene of a very pleasant gathering on Sunday when the children of Harry Showalter assembled to celebrate the birthday anniversary of their father. A sumptuous chicken dinner with appetizing side dishes was served by the hostess. Several hours were spent in congenial conversation and presentation of appropriate gifts. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wintield Showalter and daughter Shirley May, Richard Showalter and Miss Betty Bell of Reading, Mr. and Mrs. David Sellers of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. Garneld Showalter and daughters Arline and Beverly Fay and John and Clayton Showalter of town. The Willing Workers class of the Methodist Sunday school win hold a bazaar on Nov.. 26, and provision sale on Nov. 27, to which the public cordially invited. GEESEYTOWN On Monday evening, Nov. 4, Miss Mary Slippey very delightfully entertained a group of friends in honor of Mrs. Callie Nash which was a surprise party and also a Hallowe'en affair. Everything was. in keeping with the season. The guests arrived at 7.30 o'clock. There were many beautiful costumes and many humorous ones. Prizes were given to the best dressed. The evening was given to games and at a late hour a dainty lunch was served consisting of seasonable delicacies. Those present were Miss Callie Nash, Mrs. Howard McIntyre, Mrs. Hale Mclntyre and son Billy, Mrs. Bessi& Bacon, Freddie Felker, Mrs. Fannie White, Mrs. Cathryn y Fisher, Mrs. Cora Confer, Mrs.. Ida Endress, Mrs. Herbert Rodkey, MrsJ. Margaret. Learner, Mrs. Earl Douglas Mrs. M. H. Leonard and daughters ? Margaret 'and Louise, Miss Mary Slippey and Mrs. Etta Mountain. Miss Mattie Reid, formerly of this place, but now of Wilkinsburg, is spending a week visiting her sisters Mrs. Minnie Price and Mrs. Lyda Lindsay at Lakemont and Mrs. Blanche Bice at Frankstown and a niece, Mrs. Dean Hileman. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hileman. and 'two sons of Pitcairn spent several days at the home of Mr. Hileman'a parents Mr. 'and Mrs. Christian Hileman in Scotch .valley, Mr. Hileman coming for the opening. Mr. ,and Mrs. Roy Robinson of Canoe Creek, received word by telegram of the serious illness of their granddaughter • Martha Robinson, of Baymonette, Ala., who had been takeni to Mobile for treatment. On Wednesday Talmadge Confer and Ralph Bouslough, bagged flve rabbita. On Tuesday, Roy Robinson of Canoe Creek kijled three rabbits. Rev. Edward Porter, a .former pastor of the Frankstown-Canoe Creek charge, but now ^.stationed at Alum Bank, Bedford co'unty was a caller at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Cruse on , Thursday. On Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harlin of .this place entertained a Hallowe'en party at their home. The evening was spent in games and music. A very wonderful luncheon was served at a late hour. Several vocal selections were rendered by Mrs. Bessie Evans, accompanied by Mrs. Emma Barclay; Mrs. Irvln rendered several piano solos. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harlin, Mr. and Mrs. Crist Filer, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Heiple, Mrs. Hattie Weyaht, Mrs. Emma Barclay, Mrs. Cora Irvin, Mr. and Mrs. Will Evans,' Miss Lillian Barclay, Miss Helen Barclay, Mr. and Mrs. W. Harlih, Master Grant Lockard and Clarence Hoover. CANANJTATION The members of the Grace Unl' Brethren Glee club Sunday afternoon rendered a program at the Broad avenue extension union Sunday school session. In addition to the club singing, representing some thirty voices, there were a number of quartet selections. The session of the school was exceptionally well attended, many friends of the school turning out to hear the program. John Stitt is general superintendent of the school and presided. ROARINGjSPRING Elmer ,Dodson of Woodbury pike bagged three rabbits and Collins Wertz of the same vicinity brought down two rabbils for his short hunt in the nearby fields. ROARING SPUING THEATHE "Thru Different Eyes" \ Talking Picture with Mary Duncan and Warner Baxter. Also Comedy, FAMOUS Restaurant BETTER FOOD AT LOW Ell VU1CES Next to Mountain City

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