Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 11, 1929 · Page 21
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Monday, November 11, 1929
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ALTOONA MIRROR-MONDAY, M6V&MBSR 11, BEDFORD Edward Hughea motored to Phllft- ia Saturday to see the Penn- State game. Miss Merlal Agnew spent the weekend in Philadelphia with friends. Mrs. William S. "Reed is confined to her home on East Penn street by illness. John E. Eicholtz has been" confined to his home the past week on account of sickness. The fortunate turkey hunters last Friday were J. Warren Mickel, Fred Stern and Bernard Arnold. Mrs. J. H. Longenecker, who has been ill for some time at her home in Juliana lodge, is now improving. John J.- Elackwelder of this place and his cousin, Samuel Jordan, jr., of Toledo, O., returned this week from a three months' tour of the west, visiting mafty interesting and historic places, spending some time in Los Angeles, and returning through ' Texas, Louisiana and ather southern states. They report a most enjoyable vacation. A party was held at the High school building last Friday night, the proceeds to bo devoted to the expense of the new uniforms purchased by the school band. Th<=t sum of $[50. was realized which encouraged the boys considerably although it is not sufficient to cover the Cost of the uniforms. The Ladies' Aid society of the Rainsburg Lutheran church will hold a chicken and waffle supper Wednesday evening, Nov 13, at the Rainsburg hall, beginning at 5.30. William Snell, jr., of Bangor, spent the week-end with • home folks. Mrs. Joseph Manges of West Pitt. street la visiting her sister in Greens- PORT MATILDA The pupils of the Hannah public school enjoyed a Hallowe'en party at the school on Friday afternoon. Some of the pupils were in masquerade. The flrst half of the afternoon was devoted to a literary program given by the children of the. school. The remainder of the time was spent in until 3.30 when the Barefoot 'of Swlssvale spent last \burg. WRa neek here with relatives and friends. / Mr., and Mrs. R, C. Hall spent the week-end in Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Mrs. Howard Diehl left on Thursday to spend some time with her son in New York city. Misses Belle and Carrie Whittaker and Mrs. Elmer Parsons of Glenslde and Mrs. Charles E. Prettiman of Philadelphia are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Prosser and other friends. Dr. Clarence Shoemaker and Mrs. Ida Whetstone of Johnstown were Sunday guests at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shoemaker of East Penn street. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Diehl of Johnstown wern guests this week of the former's aunt Mrs. Rebecca Sellers of playing games program ended. The Standard Bearers society of .the Methodist church held a. Hallowe'en party in the church basement Friday evening at 8 o'clock. The members of the society and their friends attended in masquerade costumes. After the playing of appropriate games refreshments were served find all reported having a very good time. A wild turkey dinner was' served by Mr. and Mrs. Reuben M. Alexander of J.ulian on Monday evening, Nov. 4, at 6 o'clock. Those enjoying the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alexander, Merrill Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Alexander, Rev. and Mrs. J. F. ./ Wlnkelblech and Mrs. Charles Schwisher. The turkey was a tribute to the hunting prowess and skill of Charles Alexander. Rev. Raymond W. Faus, student pastor of the Oakland Methodist church and Wesley foundation, Pittsburgh, called on friends in toWn Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Alexander of Detroit, Mich., are visiting their respective families in Port Matilda and Julian. Mrs. Elizabeth Srqith and granddaughter Miss Dorothy Winkelblech have returned after a two weeks' visit in Sunbury. Professor Clifford Westor, now teaching English in the Princeton High school, Princeton, N. J., visited Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williams over the week-end. Gwynn Dodson, George Dollar, Miss Netta Adams and Miss Mildred Garman of Altoona were callers at the Methodist parsonage on Sunday eve- Bedford township. Mr. and Mrs. 'Ross Lysinger left on Wednesday in their car for Kingston, N. Y., where they will spend a week with Green. Mr. and Mrs. John W. NfcWRY Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conrad nnd sons Maxwellf Charles, Acl.-im, Billy, Eugene and Donald were week-end guests of Mr. Conrad's mother Mrs. Laura Conrad, and sons nt Deny. Mrs. Oscar Baker of Crcsson was also a guest at the Conrad home, nt TJcrry. Mr. and Mrs. .Thomas Ratchford of HolHdaysburg were late guests of the latter's .parental home, Mr. ami Mrs. John Bogle. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Weaver and fnm- lly have moved from town, taking possession of a house at Lakemnnt on Tuesday. They have been residents of Ncwry" since 1 childhood ftnd we regret to have them leave. Mr., and Mrs. Harry Shaw ami other friends In town attended the funeral of Mr. Shaw's aunt Mrs. Jennie Butler, at Roaring Spring on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Eugene Thompson and children Phyllis and Raymond, and Miss Audrey Leonard o£ Dunoansville were lute guests of H. D. Glunt and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Haddocks and u on Robert, and James Andrews of Duncansvtlle, and Frank Mclntosh of HolHdaysburg visited at the Charles Conrad home the (Jarly part of last week. • ... Miss Mary Cassldy has returned to her home from a visit of three weeks _ _ with her sister Mrs. Thorn/is Daugli- >Jj>; erty and family at Pittsburgh. - * JVtesdamcs Edward Cassidy, jr., Rob- They Called Her Scrawny But ert Glass, Herbert Cas'sldy, ftussell Cross, G. W. Weaver and F. F. Holland were recent, guests of friends in town. P.ius Kelley hnd tho misfortune to lose a gold watch between Newry and Duncansvillo recently. Mr. Kelley is much grieved over his loss because It was a gift, from his mother on his twenty-first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith, whose homo is south of town, nre receiving congratulations from, their friends over a visit, from tho stork, who left with them a fine baby boy. This is the fifth child in the Smith home and the first stork visit in seven years. Mr. nnd Mrs. Patrick Bradley nnd children of Lilly spent several days with Mrs. Bradley's parents Mr. and Mrs. James Harker. Report of Ca,noe Creek primary school, Dorothy C. Bidclle. tencher: Marie Clapper, Catherine Onrdnor, Ruth Hyle, Reglna Hyle, Lorraine Rnyer, Mary Sine. Agnes Sine, Dorothy Young, Martha. Felton, Herbert Corle, Wlllium Corle, Kenneth Lloyd, John Llngenfelter, Stanley Me- Clanhan, Carl Mtissclmftn, Robert Charles Frank Mtisselman, Richard Royer, Stlffler, Ralph Miller and Gardner. Grammar school—Anna Clyde Doug- Ins, Evelyn Douglas, Anna Mary Douglas, Mildred Gardner, Marjorle Hyle, Ethel Learner, Irene Learner, Mildred McClanahon, Verglo Polk, Mildred Walls, Ruth Walls, Steele Learner, Chester Leanler. Clifford McClana- hnn, Jesse Musselman, Paul Miller, Steward Mcrrltts, Rlehard Polk and Irvln Walls, jr. teacher. Josephine M. Smith, nlng. Returns of the election here resulted in the following local officials: H. C. Woodring, burgess; D. P. Woodring, tax collector; H. B. Woodring, school director, and four councilman: J. Nason Richards, S. S. Seltzell, W. Scott Grain and W. P. Sanderson. Friends of Mrs. Alice Harshbarger remenjbered her birthday and gave her quite a surprise on Thursday eve- Present for the and Mrs.. A-. ning at her home, evening were Mr. Lawrence F. Gilchrist and family of Akron, O., were guests of the former's mother Mrs. Ella Gilchrist last week. Mrs. W. S. Berkheimer left on Monday to spend a few days in Schellsburg, after which she will go to Berlin to remain with her son over tho winter. Mrs. Nell M. Little of Cumberland is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Davidson of South Richard street. George Shuck of Ligonier and Mrs. Ned Shuck of Clearfield are guests of Bedford relatives this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wisegarver of Altoona were guests this week of the latter's sister Mrs. S. H: Koontz. • • Misa Esther Sherman of West Pitt street is spending this week with friends in Six Mile Run. Mrs. E. A. King of Wellsville, N. Y., is visiting her father Mrs. John I. Diehl of Friend's Cove. Friends of Miss Emma Shuck, who Thompson, A. J. Thompson, Mrs. C. A. H. Duncan, Mrs. Grace" Denning and Miss Josephine Thompson of Philipsburg; Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Winkelblech and daughter Dorothy, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith, Mrs. L. M. Ebbs,; Mrs. A. J. Johnson, Mrs. W. W. Shultz, Mrs. J. B. Thomas, Mr. arid Mrs. A. B. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Woodring, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marshall, Mrs. 'E. T. Robison, Miss Anna Robison, Mrs. A. B. Woodring, Mrs. P. W. Young, Mrs. J. S. Williams, Mrs. H. 9. Williams, Mrs. N. S, Alshouse, Mrs. Orrie Shubert and Mrs. Gertie Beckwith. The evening was passed very pleasantly in games. Mrs. H. S. Alshouse gave a reading. A. F. Woodring drove his truck to Mt. Carmel on Friday to bring back a load of mules to be delivered to a farmer in. the Half Moon valley. Ira Daughenbaugh is the only huntei Vias been for many years .the floral 'boirimittee of the Bedford . Methodist ^urch, surprised her on a recent Sun- J day, on th§ anniversary of her birthday, by placing on the center table a large basket of great chrysanthemums in her honor. The concrete bridge erected at the Boor farm in Bedford valley, on the Horseshoe trail, was opened- to the public Monday evening . It is a very attractive piece of work and replacing the narrow, haxardous bridge at that ..point for many years, Is a great im- pi'ovement as well as a pleasure to the motorists. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a card party in the new Legion room on Tuesday evening, Nov. 12, at 8 o'clock. Ray Cornell of Clearvllle had his thumb amputated at the Memorial hospital, Cumberland, recently after an accident in which his gun was discharged as he fell from a fence. Key. R. S. Caldwell of the Presbyterian church, addressed the boys of the Senior class of the Bedford High school Thursday morning. Last' week A. F. Ott of Schellsburg sustained lacerations and bruises when his car skidded on the slippery road near the Forks inn and struck a^pole. His injuries were attended at, Timmins hospital and he returned home. A. B. Ross of near Philadelphia, is a patient in the Somerset hospital, suffering from injuries sustained in an auto accident near Stoyestown last week. He was en route to Somerset to spend the night after transacting business in the interest of coal lands in that section and at Reading mines grade crossing, his car crashed into a freight train. The car was wrecked and it is reported that he fractured his crippled limb in four places, as well as sustaining a fracture of the left arm. His wife and daughter were summoned and his condition is serious. Mr. Ross is a former resident of Bedford. to bring into Port this season. Matilda a wild CLAYSBURG White French poodle dog: 12 or 1< inches high. No tall. Answers to "Bobbie." .Lost Saturday night a 1 Claysburg. License 705. , Reward 1: returned to 200 Blair St., Hollidays burg:. Phone 183VV. Notify us even i doer 1st found dead. Adv. Is your face drawn and pinched? Your skin ilabby? Are your cheeks sunken with great hollows under the eyes? Does your figure show unbecom- ng angles Instead of the softly rounded, sllmness of. youth? All these conditions rob you of attractiveness and make you look old. But worst of all, these may actually bo the symptoms of simple anaemia— that dread ailment so often suffered jy women. there's nothing so good as McCoy's Tablets to put on firm flesh, round out face and figure and build up rich, red blood. So If you need a few pounds of flesh to round out the hollows, if you wapt to get back oldtime energy and health, get a box of McCoy's Tablets today. Just a short treatment will make you look and feel like a new person. McCoy takes all the risk—Read this ironclad guarantee. If after taking 4 sixty cent boxes of McCoy's Tablets or 2 One Dollar boxes any thin, underweight man or'woman doesn't gain at least 5 pounds and feel completely satisfied with the marked improvement in health—your druggist is authorized to return the purchase price. Armistice Day Special A Program for All STRAND HE RULES WOMEN WITH A VELVET VOICE A MASTER AMONG MEN GEORGE ARLISS In "DISRAELI" To- Nite SPECIAL ARMISTICE DAY FEATURE "OVER THERE TODAY" " Miss Sunshine Con- IX MKMOKV OF THOSE WHO RKMAINMIJ AND THOST'J WHO RKTURNKIJ Sunshine Girl" Vitaphone Act Sound News Talking Comedy First Eliminations 9.00 P. M. To- Nite S IT!A ff E jj 1 -' BHBP -.'ly/ • • flv .-., vMIM' - HI!W ' ^MHBOPP THE TRIUMPH OF THE TALKING SCREEN NOW PRESENTING ATTEND OUR MATINEES IF POSSIBLE Radio Pictures Monumental Tnlking-S Dancing Glorification of— FLORENZ ZIEGFELD Broken Plates and Loose .Plates • remade' lllce new. Free examination SWEET AIR For the 1'nlnless Extraction of Teeth 1112 12th Aye. Phono 2-1U20 Next Door to .Lincoln Trnst Bnnk Hours: Dally fl n. m. ti> fi p. ni. Mon.. Wed., Sat., to 8 p. m. • Clearest and Best Sound Equipment In Town FIRST ELIMINATIONS FOR THE CONTEST "MISS SUNSHINE" TONIGHT AT 9.00 P. M. $1,000 LOCAL PRIZES—$20,000 NATIONAL PRIZES "GIRLS APPEARING TONIGHT" MISS ANNA COX HANOIMi MISS ti'ERTRUDK JA'MAN SINGING A VK.K M.ISS HKIVKN STANLEY — — — — — — HEADING MISS FLOHKN'CE STAMHAIJGH — SINGING MISS JANE UYER INSTUUM1SNTAL n m I Come Early—Contest, 9.00 P. M. ?&vwvn'*wvn-»'wi?tv»-wrwvw&V''W&^^ ?*V>SuKi»SnSu5fi»5gi»SoSuSuSnSuSu!gi^ with BEBE DANIELS ... a vocal sensation i JOHN BOLES . . . screen's greatest tenor, Bert Wheeler... Robert Woolscy Dorothy Lcc . . . Don Alvnrado and a Thoutand Other* IIKAMA..MUHIC..IIKAITTY J.AIM1IIS . . IN AMA/.INU AHIiNDANCK HARRY TIERNEY MCCARTHY IN TWO AMAZING ACTS OVKUTiJKK TO FIRST ACT AT 11.15 A. Af., 1.40, 4.120, (!. 15 AND ft.SU ENTIRE SECOND ACT IN TECHNICOLOR ——^*••••• mm " m •'•••^ T.IIK THOUSANDS WHO ATTKNDKD OUR SATURDAY OPENING." AH. HUT CHKKHKI) IN TIIKIK UKLHJHT AND ASTONISH- JMMNT Ol'' THIS MARVELOUS 1'KODUCTIOX. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES -I, 1,,^—- > ^^ m - r DOORS OPEN AT 11 A.'-M. DAILY MAKE THE STATE THEATRE YOUR LAST STOP IN THE CHRISTMAS TREASURE HUNT,— THEN STAY AND ENJOY THE FEATURE PICTURE. lYRIO THEATRE V'MANHATTAN COCKTAIL" with Nancy Carroll, Itlchard Arlcn and Paul .Lukes, Also comedy, "Why In a number." 1'reo to eiu:h ludy —a piece of Chlnuwnre. JUNIATA THEATRE See and hear Itiuliard Uurthlemeus iii "THE DRAG." A Vitaphone picture. Final Reckoning No. 4. Comedy "Smile Butter Cup Smile." I'rices 10c-c!0i;. COLONIAL TODAY, TUBS. AND WED. Continuous 2 to 5 and 7 to 10.30 p. m. A rollicking war comedy of "Reilly 01 The Rainbow Division" Puttie News—Our Gang comedy COMING THURS. i III. and SAT. THE CONTINENTAL STAR "OLGA CHEKOVA" In the nielo-Uruiuu and spectacle of tbrllls. 'Pawns of Passion' PrifAB • Eve8> ( * u * ettt8> 28 ° 1 ntCS . Mats., lOc-Uc Mon. and Thurs. ware Nights." 'Green Planes zooming, darting and sweeping through the clouds i n thrilling battle formations, tailspins, loop-the- loops, Immelman turns, parachute leaps, hazardous landings. Death defying exploits! A beautiful love story! DRAMA OF THE DAREDEVILS OF THE AIR! with JACK HOLT LILA LEE RALPH GRAVES AND AN ALL-STAR SUPPORTING CAST An epic picture! |\. VOX MOVIETONE NEWS SCKKEN SNAPSHOTS MUCKS MGJITS .................. 35C-5UC CHILDHKN ALL, TIMES ISc FEATURE TIME 11.30—2.00—4.30—7.00—9.30 "WOMAN'S SIDE OF THE GREAT WAR!" "Laughs—And More Laughs! Lloyd's In Town'' NOW! Endorsed by V. F. W. A Great War Story! The World's Famous Fun Maker! At His Best Hear Lloyd TALK! FROM RUPERT HUGHES RED BOOK STORY! j ] 3 Thrilling, laughing, loving! HEAR and SEE him in his first all-talking comedy! The convenience of the ROYAL Portable Typewriter in the sensational picture, "FLIGHT," at the Muhler, on diiplay by B. F. BARR, 1627 Eleventh -avenue. Would Make u Ver} Appropriate KdiKatloiml t'lirh.liuas (H!l ELEANOR BOARDMAN—JOHN HOLLAND—AL ST. JOHN Tliu story of the women of the world who saw actual service "over there" during the World War Is told for the lirht time in this itupvrt Hughes' stui-.y. And II is told as only Henry King could bring it to (In- screen. Ford Sterling In "Fatal Forceps"—Irene Franklin In Sound Nesvs "yelcometongei'" ^Produced by Harold Cloyd Corporation Ct, g><inunoual~flflease "Bang!" "Crash!" "Boom!" Harold I.luyd is In town uijuln. This time lu his Hrst A 1.1. - TALKING comtMly. As the iirnutuiir detective u iui cli'ans up Sun Fnincisco's underground Chinatown lio gives you thrills by the minute and Itiughs by the second. You'll roar and cheer; you'll gasp and scream. JAY VALEE — SOUND NEWS — FEATURE 11, 1, 3, 5, 7.30 & 9.30 S A T. BUDDY RODGERS in "The River of Romance 100% Talk! S A T. GEORGE BANCROFT in "THE MIGHTY" 100% Talk!

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