Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 5, 1930 · Page 16
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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^, '!<««> 1 i ' *H ,,fc *\ VW'flMrtfP^^S®?* 1 * ^ MlMftftiS M$fl>? f^iv®mj ;WS OF 1N1H&REST FROM ft AND SU« JUNIATA meeting of the Juniata 889 Patrons of Hu»* will be held this evening and frlng program has been ar- If tall call; "frame a Prominent erieaa.Wortajn and State Briefly, referred question; "Have Improvements in Homo Making, >t Pace with Improvements In Walter Huber; discussion; •t, '"Little Conveniences In the Home," !f' Jtriu' Kate COX and Mrs. Clara Carson; ' ' "Vh«n Is Economy Not Economy," C. Cooper; "How Can We Interest illdren in Home Duties," Mrs. Ches^> t*r Coleman. *h« Rosebud class of the Wesley Methodist Sunday school . fneit, Friday evening at the home Of MlM l?earl Keith, 1416 Fifth ave- »Ue. Officers will be elected for the ensuing year and a good attendance is urged, . Mrs. Alice Adams Is visiting her aistefrln-law, Mrs. Lydla Adams -of ' 330 Cherry' avenue, Altoona. 1*6 monthly meeting of tho U Go I Gd Class of the Presbyterian Sunday , echool hatf been postponed from this evening, until Thursday evening, May 12. Members please note the change. JUNIATA THEATRE Thursday "HOUSE OF HORRORS" With Mivlse Faienda and Cheater Cenkllii. Vitnphone comedy and 'fox Movietone News. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rhodes Of 802 1-2 Third street have returned after a pleasant trip touring the statb of Ohio, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, N. Y., and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Shore and family of 21Z Seventh avenue and Mrs. H. B. King and daughter Elinor Of South Amboy, N. J. have returned from a week-end visit with friends In Bedford county. The Ladles Aid society 6f the Wesley Memorial Methodist church will meet this evening in the social room of the church. Mrs. M. S, Qi Mellot and Mrs. C. J. Kcpner will. be the hostesses. The members are requested to be present. The B. B. club was entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Edward Lee, South Lakemont. The ladies spent a delightful evening, the hostess serving a dainty luncheon. Mrs. Loe's guests were Mrs. Juniata Martin, Mrs. Carl Black, Mrs. A. W. Martin, Mrs. C. M. Fasick, Mrs. W. H. Shingle, Mrs. W. R. Mat-tin and Mrs. R. R. IBain. The annual dally vacation -Bible school of Grace Evangelical church will begin on Monday morning at 9 o'clock. The school will be under the supervision of the pastor who will be assisted by five well qualified teachers. A large enrollment is expected. All are invited. The ages are from four to fourteen years of age. The Climbers class of the First Methodist Sunday school will meet, Friday evening In the lecture room bf the church. Misses Beulah Wilson and Margery Gladfelter will be the hostesses for the social hour ahd a good attendance is Urged. \ 1 PHIL1PSBURG Charles 0. Mattern of Osceola Sills .has .returned from a visit of several weeks at Auxier, Ky., at the home *f her son-in-law and daughter' Jtr. and Mrs. G. B. Minns.' puring 'her pleasant stay she 'toured the cities of West Virginia and Kentucky but, despite her enjoyable visit, was glad to get back to home and Pennsylvania. * Misses Ella and Mary Ward have fone to spend the' summer with their sister Mrs. John D. Young, at Downs, £ans. Both are school teachers., «Mr. and Mrs. .A. O. Meyers' and daughter Mildred '-visited at Huntingdon during 1 the past week-end, Mildred remaining over for a week or ten days.. ' • * Mr. and Mrs. Hhrper Baker, Mrs, yt. C.-LanSberry and Mrs. J. C.,Bauerle <B 'Johnstown have returned home following, a pleasant visit at the Charles Bboch home here. *,Stewart'Lingenfelter of Philadelphia Spent the week-end with friends^ here, where he formerly resided. •Mrs.'-Sara Hawkins of Fourth and Spruce streets is spending some time •Slth her daughter Mrs. Arthur Jacob- apn of Chicago, 111. • «Mr». K. A. Long of Willlamsport M a pleasant, guest at the home of Her mother Mrs. James Malloy, at Allf rt. 'She' will also visit at the home her sister Mrs. John Healey, at Sduth Philipsburg before returning Home. ' > Mrs. James Passmore, who spent the winter, in Florida; has returned to Bhilipsburg. i Mra; J. G. Hipson bf Pittsburgh is v3siting ; ,)iier father H. ;H. Hewitt, and Other home folks: jJMIss. 'Catherine Reynolds of Huntingdon ,h.»B' returned home, following a pleasant visit here. niMiss Alice N. Fryberger, daughter of Mrs. Caroline McG. Fryberger, South Center street, will receive her A. B. degree from Smith college, at com§ :ncemerit exercises to be held June . She was interested in art and amatic productions at the college, , , ; John ChrlstojSf, jr., of Osceola Mills •\yas recently/-nonored with election'to tfce international fraternity of Delta •»igrai PT,' an honorary fraternity open • ^joly to students of commerce and finance who have attained a certain t holastic average. He is a studerit Pennsylvania State college. ( aMrs. Frank B. Wythe and daughter Mrs. Frances Goss, and the lather's son Franklin left Tuesday morning by motor for Tate, Ga., where they will Send a month, at the home of their 2?n and brother Walter Wythe. " n old time firemen's bazaar, will held by Philipsburg fire ,depart- it at the vacant lot next to the j. brewery on lower Front street wpLturdaV, June 7, and the following Monday and Tuesday nights. ,It will b* officially opened by Judge M. Ward Fleming of Bellefonte. A big parade •*|H, feature the opening and will in§ ide flre departments from Tyrone, earfleld, Houtzdale, Osceola Mills, ndy Ridge, Chester Hill and Phillp»burg, along with bands from neighbor- tog towns and the local American Legion drum corps. All the side shows, wheels, games and other features that go to make up a good bazaar will be •Qiere. It is expected it will draw one of the largest crowds Philipsburg has Had in some time. Mr. and Mr». Harry Halnley of Blttgburgh vialted at the home of Mrs. Susan George last week, Mrs. George being the la tier's mother. vMlsses Laura Simler and Betty ghvires are home from Indiana Teach- •JrV college where they have com- pTeted their year's school work. *Mr. and Mrs. W. S. George of Ak- rpn, O.. spent the past week-end at the home of the former's mother Mrs. Susan George of Laurel street, who i* now in her 85th year. iMrs. Clara -Goshorn of Lewistown visited her brother S. S. Wells, over die week-end. , •*Dr. Edward Truhan of Pittsburgh sJBd brother William of Youngstown, <f,. visited their parents at Allport iMt week. «Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Frank of Hazelwood visited home folks at Hmvk Run, a»ar here, over Memorial day. I EASTENlT "Friendly Bible class of Salem Reformed church, will meet at the home «f Mr«. R. W. Boltz, «H Bast Bell ave- jhje. this evening. It will be dollar MBcial night, and all members are Urged to be present. "The community i* reminded that this evening between 7 and 9 o'clock is the last opportunity for registering in ter to have those children who are attend the vacation Biblt school, nrolled. Third United Brethren hurch is the registration place. The Viool will open next Monday morning. Tride of Altoona council. No. 116, \ot A , will have initiation t>n Vri- evening. Every member of the requested to be in their places. CAN AN STATION MINES monthly nueting of the Alley tuwiuhip 8<l!^ol board will be, Friday cvmii.£Val Cross Keys. routine mallcis ar^sciieduled foi in Aliegfjfuy Unvn- h*YC completed icpuirl^k to- ti.e •rVtnue txieuMuu road !w*ii the boundary U. Wke in vwtti UK bugfer ruu John Lloyd of Royer was a visitor in Hollidaysburg on Thursday. ,, Hon. Thomas J. Baldrige of Hollidaysburg was a visitor in this vlclnity i on Wednesday. Plummer Wilson and family of War- rlor'a Mark, Mrs. Oscar Books and daughters pf Altoona /ahd Chester Wagner and family of Altoona were recant visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Royer Hartman of Williamsburg. , ' Albert Lloyd of .WiHiamsburg called at the home of his daughter Mrs.,Lester Merritts on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. <W. Klfer and daughter Levada and Caroline, and Mr. and Mrs. Blwood • Branter and daughter Ffte were, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hatnley of Roaring Spring on Wednesday evening. Blanche Gorman and son Eugene of Altoona was a recent visitor at the home ~of hen. sister Mrs. Harvey Hughes. ' Mrs. John Gettleman spent the latter part of last week at the homes of her daughter Mrs. Carrie Gettleman of Altoohajand Clayton Gettlehian of Clearfield. James Banks and family and Harvey Hughes and family were visitors among friends at Mount Union on last Friday. J. E. Fay and Joseph Whltehead of Williamsburg called at McDermott brothers on Thursday. Miss Anna Lower of Royer spent last week at the home of 'her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Lang of Clappertown. '-. • - • . • i Charles -MoMaster of 'Altoona was a recent visitor at the home of his, parents Mr. and Mrs, James McMaster. - ' • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burket of Roaring Spring were guests at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth White on Sunday. Rev. V. D. Naugle and family of Williamsburg were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Snowberger of Clappertown on Saturday afternoon. Lester Woyandt and family of Altoona were Sunday Visitors at the home of Mrs. Weyandt's brother Charles Noland on Sunday. Misses Teresa and Anna Sterner and brother Joseph and James and Raymond Steiner of Hollidaysburg visited at the home of MoDermott brothers on Saturday. Miss Alverda Showalter of Williamsburg is spending several weeks at the home of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Long • of Clappertown. Eldon Merritts and daughter Ethel and Bertha, Mrs. Annie Garner and daughter Audrey and Mrs. A. P. Russel of Clappertown, Mrs. J. W. Merritts and daughter Helen and Mrs. H. E. McNelly of Flowing Springs, Mr. and Mrs. John Wagner and Mr. and Mrs, Kinsel and son Merle of Mllo, W. Va., were pleasant visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. General Merritts on Sunday. The Women's Bible class of the Mines Methodist Sunday school was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Banks. .The religious and social hours were held after which luncheon was served. Members of the Class present were Mrs, John Wicker, teacher, Mrs. George Merritts, Mrs. Jesse Banks, Mrs. Elizabeth White, Mrs. Nathan Leonard, Mrs. Charles Noland, Mr». Ira Hetrick, Mrs. Ernest Miller, Mrs. Charles Noland, jr., Mrs. Charles Shock. Visitors were Mary White, Norman Shock, Evelyn Brantner, Sarah Leonard, Grace Wicker, Jesse Banks and children, Emma Elizabeth, Junior, Faye. and John. Sylvester Brantner was stricken suddenly on Friday with illness. On Saturday he was admitted to the Roaring Spring hospital where an operation for appendicitis was performed. He is rapidly improving from the operation. Mr. and Mrs. John F. McDermott, James McDermott and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kifer attended the oratorio "Elijah" at Juniata college, Huntingdon, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. McDer- .mott's daughter was a member of the Vhorus which rendered the oratorio. Mrs. Mark Lykens spent the forepart of this week at the. home of Mr. and Mrs. George Glnter of Hollidaysburg. A home coming social was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wicker on Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Detwiler and children, Clair, Robert, John, Ralph and Marion, Mr. and Mm. Jesse Banks and children Elizabeth, Emma, Junior, Faye and Julm. Mra. Charles Shock and son Norman, Mr*. Marie Tate. ton Pale, and daughter Evelyn Brantner, Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Wicker and daughters Mary and Grace. Mr. and Mrs. George Wingard ol PHUburgh, Mr*. James Dixon and children of Moyston spent Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Brantner. Mr. and Mm. Harry Longenecker •and daughters Misses Klsie and Bertha, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Longenecker of Clappertowii were visitors in Huntingdon on Sunday. Jolm Wicker of Altoona and son i Harry Wicker of Philadelphia were ' guests at the hom« of Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Wicker on Saturday. Miss Bertha Longenecker, \viio graduated from the Bethany Bible school of Chicago and received a B. D. degree i* spending several months at ; the home of her parents Mr. antl Mrs. DUNCANSVILLE Preparatory, service -'to the . communion will be conducted at the local Presbyterian church on Friday evening, at 7.30 O'clock. The pastor, Rev. Julian Park, will officiate. Tho cele- t>rati6n of the holy communion will he an event of the coming Pentecostal Sunday at'the morning service of worship at 10.30 o'clock, in charge of the pastor. Mr. and ' Mrs. John Gibson and grandsons Calvin and John Gibson and Mrs. EUa Dubbs of this place and-Mrs. Calvin Piper of Dry Run, west of here, spent 1 the past several days at the Gibson cottage near Three Springs, Pa. Carnegie, park will be the scene of the fourth home game of the current Blair County baseball league seaspn on the coming Saturday afternoon when ,Claysburg will be entertained, !he game opening at 3 o'clock. Manager ' J. Hunter Keller will probably send 'jfalnley in for mound duty. The local lineup .is the strongest for several years and fans can depend upon witnessing good games. MrV 'and Mrs. Samuel Hatfield of Alexandria w.ere visitors hare on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Hatfleld's sister, Mrs. George W. Myers of 1425 Fourth avenue. Richard L. Heck of Seventh street, manager of the local A&P store, is enjoying his annual vacation this wnek. -With his family, he is spending the week on a motor trip to Pittsburgh afid vicinity. Mr. i arid Mrs. Tim Mays of Akron, O., arc .spending a few days here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Piper of 1421 Third avenue. T. I." Shirley of Johnstown was a caller at the home of Harry E. Chamberlin at this place and with other friends in thls- s sectoin the early part of this week. ' The Duncansville Independent base- bill club defeated the McMahon Dairy team In a closely contested game at Carnegie park on Tues'day evening, by a score of 5 to 4. The visitors were leading going Into the last rovind of the seven-inning battle by a score of 4 to 3, but the homo nine pushed across t*o runs in that frame and annexed the game. It was the most thrilling twilight contest of the season and a large number of fans were In attendance. The Indies have an r other • game booked for this evening at Carnegie park with an Altoona club, festivities to get under way shortly after 0.30. Robert Conrad of Derry spent the past several days visiting here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Maddocks of' Fourteenth street. Tho June meeting of- the'Krlder Missionary society of the Evangelical Lutheran church will be held on Friday evening at 8 Q'clock at the church. An interesting program has been arranged and all members and friends have been invited to be present. XJlair Smith of 306 Thirteenth street was a recent visitor at the home of his sister. Mrs. Paul Wilt at Juniata. Mr and Mrs. Albert Sheets of Pittsburgh have taken possession of the Albert Gearhart property at Allegheny Forge, west of Duncansville, moving ,n several days ago. Mr. Sheets -is the proprietor -of a filling statjon at Creasbn' John Kelly of, Altoona was circulating among frlerida, at this place on Tuesday evening. < . The members of the Girl Reserve clubs of this plijce, affiliated with the Hollldaysburg Y. 'W. C. A., are conducting a sale of candy to raise funds for a vacation outing at a Be.dford county summer resort. They are meeting with considerable success and the outing seems ,assured, The girls will spend a, week in camp about mld-sum- rner Jf present plans can be successfully carried out. Mr. and Mrs. Geor,ge H. Stom of Mackinaw City, Mich., have concluded a visit of several weeks duration among relatives and friends in and about Duncansville and left on Tuesday to return to their home city, near which they operate -a summer colony. They are well known former residents of this region, conducting a store at Cross Keys for a number of years, They were accompanied on their return trip by Miss Aldine Gearhart of near Duncansville, who will spend at least a month of her summer vacation period with them in their northern Michigan home 1 along the lake, enjoying summer activities, of which there are plenty with the season Just opening. Butcher Kenneth Weaver is one' of Duncansville's successful groundhog hunters, With the season now at hand for this sport, slim laid aside the knife and cleaver the early, part of this week and enjoyed a solo hunting expedition to Smith hollow, west of town. He returned with two nice fat ground porkers and proved to his friends that he is aa adept with hunt- Ing Implements as ha is with the weapons with which steaks, roasts, etc. are turned out at his business stand. A groundhog supper was an event of the week at tha Weaver home. The warm weather of the past few days popularized the swimming pools in this vicinity for the first time this season, while youngsters sought relief from tha heat in bathing ; nearby creeks. Mr. and Mrs, Blair Long and fain lly, Wirth Dodson and, Louis Lopez all of Struthers, O,, hav* returned to their respective hpmes after visiting here for a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dodson Pf 1115 Third avenue. Max Schmidt of Nant-y-Glo was a caller among friends at this place yesterday afternoon. Samuel Long and family, for the past several months residents of 1414 Third avenue, this place, moved this week to the L. N. Long property one mile south of Duncanaville, along the Newry road, which was vacated recently by the family of George Young, who became residents of Berwind White, near Hollidaysburg. On Monday, June*0, at 1 p. m., the more than a score 0( students in the local eighth grade who failed to make a passing mark in arithmetic in the tests given for high school admission and Vere conditioned and who have gince pursued a special summer course, wil> be re-examined in this subject by County Superintendent T. S. Davis and if a pasaing grade is made by the students they will be certified for high school admission. The class was instructed by Prof. U. H. Morgart of the local schools during the past three'weeks. TYRONE The tidy Viola Rebekah loiijRt Wll hold thiir- annual Memorial steWCe for their; deceased members at t)wl*.Wtu* lar assembly this evening. The pro* gram will open promptly at 8 O'clock arid every member of the order la requested to be present on this occasion to pay their tributes in \hls Impressive servlceY. • The Fidelity class of the Flfst MetBO- dl*t Sunday school will hold their birthda* party tomorrow evenlhg In the chilrch sqhool assembly hall. Th« members of the class have Issued «• large number of invitations to,, their friends and have arranged (for £n. evening ot rare entertainment and, pleasure for alf who attend. The' cohtenta of the birthday bags will be counted and the proceeds turned into the class treasure. ' Mrs, E. W, Stifle's Bible clftlis of the. Firs^ Presbyterlati. church will ''Hold their'nionthly class meetiny and party In their .church parlor this evening;, at 8 o'clock. ,','•' 1 DeWey Mencer, night officer! of the Tyrone police force, la back on duty following 'an ehforced vafcatlOn of •several months due to an injury sustained when his motor cycle collided with an automobile on Tenth street and Logan avenue. Policeman Mencer suffered a fracture bf^the leg, .and was confined to the hospital in Phlllpsburg for a number of weeks. Mia host of friends are glad to welcome htm at his old post of duty again, PETERSBURG The Christian Endeavors of 'Huntingdon county assembled on Monday evening of the past., week in Zlon Lutheran church for their spring rally. As the time for the great state convention approaches the young people are naturally looking' forward *ith a great deal of anticipation to June 30 and the five days spent at Hershey park where the convention will convene this .year. To add to the enthusiast •Key. 0. M. Tressler pf tha state staff was present with moving pictures of the Hershey convention four years ago. The program scheduled for this year promises to be the history of Christian endeavor in, Pennsylvania, haylrig among its Speakers, Dr. Daniel A. Polling, president of, the Wosld's janlOn j »D>. W. C. Christ church, London ;\ Dr. Poole, Joseph Herbert Umbower and family of v;wt> recent vkJlvrs at the home of Mrs. Umbower's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ira Tate. John Dixon, who had been seriously ill, is rapidly improving and able to be around again. Clappertown Lutheran church—Sunda school, 10.30; preaching services 9.30, sermon theme, "Pentecost and Meanings." Rev. V. p. Naugle, pastor. Clapperlown Christian Missionary Alliance—Sunday school, 3.30, Harry Tret-be, superintendent. Mine* Methodist—Sunday school, 9.30; preaching services, 7. Royer Methodist—Sunday school, 9.80; preaching services, 10.30. Rev. Robert Gibson, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kiieup, Mr and Mrs. John Brantner and daughters Saruh and Emma were visitors! in Roaring Spring on Sunday. Sizooe, New York Avenue . church, Washington, D. C, x , and many ,,other men and women of national reputation. , '; Misses Thelma Greenawalt and Syl-. vja Port were Huntingdon :'• visitors Monday evejt'.ng. ,• , Rev. U. L. Lyle of Grove City, a former paator of'. the Presbyterian church heW, has been spending a lit-; tie time among former parlshdners and friends. Rev. Lyi« was called here to deliver the Memorial day oration, and a splendid address was greatly enjoysd' by a 'large and appreciative crowd of people. He also preached in the Presbyterian church Sunday evening in the absence' of the pastor, Rev. R. O, Smith, who was attending the baccalaureate services-of Juniata college, from which class Rev. Smith will be graduated. Rev. .Lyle hag many friends who are always glad to welcome him and who appreciate and enjoy hearing him preach. Msses Mary and Eva, Nelson arrived home from New'York city Sunday evening, May 24. They had spent a few days there on their return from Bermuda where they had spent the past few months. Frank Nelson fs also home from San Francisco, Calif., be- ng called here to attend the funeral services of his brother Earnest Nelson, who died at his late home in Montana and was brought here for aurial. ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleck of Huntingdon visited Mr. and Mrs.. James Hennen at their home last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Piper and daughters Suzanne, Harriett, Kathryn. and Betty of Harrisburg-. came on Thursday evening-to,; Visit a, few days- with relatives und friends. The father returned home late Friday evening while Mrs. Piper and daughters remained for a longer stay. • - •' Mr. and Mra. Wesley Carojua of Bellwood motored here Memorial day and called on friends and' relatives, also attended the memorial services here and at Neff's Mils, John Manning of Phoenixvllle was calling on former friends and associates in town last Thursday. Mr. Manning was a resident of town .about twenty years ago. He found many Changes: as he had not been back in that time. Miss Alberta Tennis /of Alexandria was a recent guest of' Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Porter and family at their farm home near town. Mrs. J. M. Keichline and' daughters Sara and Helen and son John of Huntingdon motored here Friday morning and called on a few friends and attended the Memorial day services. Mr. and Mrs. George Sprankle of Alexandria , were recent visitors with relatives arid friends in Petersburg. Mrs. Fannie Stevens and William Shingler of town were Sunday guests of Mr. Shingler's brother and sister- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bphram Shingler at their farm home in Logan township. Early last Thursday morning I. C. Temple and / Frank Halnes motored to Wilkinsburg. They were accompanied home by the former's daughter Mrs. N. M. Clemens and her daughters Esther Ruth and Helen Clemens, who will spend, some time in the Temple home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lang and son Jerry and Charles L. Hoffman of King street and their guests Mrs. Jack Cartwright and daughter Misa Anne of Pittsburgh and Mrs. Helen Hoffman of New York city were recent callers' on friends in Alexandria. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Forrest of Alexandria motored to Petersburg Saturday evening and enjoyed a very pleas- jnt time in the home of I. C- Temple and family. Other recent guests in the Temple home were Mrs. J. M. Keichline, Mrs. Rhea McKea. of Huntingdon, Mrs. Frank Luce and Mrs, Wesley Carolus of Bqllwood and Rev. P. L. Lyle of Grove City. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Gilliland of Markleaburg were recent visitors of Mrs, Gilliland's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houser at their home on King street. POPLAR RUN Mr. and Mrs. Cat! Bchmltt and Miss Priscllla Wilt of Altoona spent .Memorial day at the home of Eahianuel Wilt and family., Mrs. Clair RHCh.ey.and son have returned to th'eir home near Marions- ville, being discharged-from the Nason hospital at Roaring Spring on Sunday, where Mrs. Rltchey was a patient during the past two weeks. Mr. and Airs. Herbert Robbing and children of Portage iVjtited on Sunday at the home of Mrs.. H. H. .Echard. -Miss Mary, Anne Stormer of Altoona was «. guest on Sunday at the home of Mr, a'hjj Mrs. Joseph Moyer of Knob Run. Frank Maher of Bast Freedom spent several days' during the past week at the home of his son Charles Maher a,nd "family. '• 'Miss Frieda Wilt, Carl and Michael Wilt of this place, Misi Mary Dively and brother Guy Dively of Learners- villa attended the class, play at the high school , in Hollidaysburg last Thursday.-evening. Miss Margaret ~Trindle spent Sunday in Newry at the • residence Of Misses Theresa, Kathryn and Mary Hazenstab. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mclntosh, Miss Eva Mclntosh and Miss Olene Yingling of ,MaitlonsvilIe were visitors in the county capital on 'Friday. Jack Frost was'a visitor in this section during the week and left a lasting impression of his presence on flowers and much vegetation. Miss Mary Mclntosh of Knob Run was .an early part of the week, visitor in Newry at .the residence "of Mrs. Margaret i Clark. Mrs. Mary Mlckle of Hollidaysburg is. spending some time' in trie •village at the residence of Mrs. Angeline McConnell, who is ill and still bedfast and not much improvement being noticeable in her condition. Elvin Kunsman; who is a student at State college, spent the week-end at the .home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kunsman. Mrs. Charles Reimer of Knob Run spent the past several weeks, In jtfewry at the home of Mr. and Mra. Harvey Sell. 1 ' .. . Mr. and Mrs. Ja'mes Kennedy, their daughter and family of Lebanon county were guests several days at the home of Mrs. Delia Burket of Knob Run, '.'••'. Mrs. Jennie Rltchey has returned to her home after a pleasant visit in Clearfleld at. the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCann. :':• '• Misa Madeline Costlow was, a dinner guest on Sunday »t the residence of Mr, and Mrs. Pius Kelly of Newry. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer' Leighty and son Warren of Newry were callers Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Lottie Leighty. Mrs. Aaron Delhi of Knob Run was an over Sunday guest of her friends, the Misses Mary, Anna and Kathryn Nolan of Nowry: . ' George Kite of Lakemont and Miss Geraldine Hite of Broad avenue extension were entertained on Sunday at the home of Howard Hlte and sister Miss Mary Hlte.. Mr. and-, Mra. George Meredith and children Kenneth, ' Melvin, Ivan and lElva and Wilson Homan of Cross Keys spent Monday evening at Knob Run at the H. F. Mclntosh home. Mr. and Mrs. Blair Burket and children of Altoona spent Memorial day at the home of the former's mother Mrs. Delia Burket of Knob Run. Mrs. Jane Wahls, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson and son Charles 'and John Brandt of Altoona visited friends and relatives In Marionsville, on Sunday. Mrs. t WahlB, formerly resided in the village, Joseph Moyer and son Charles of Knob Run were callers Sunday afternoon at the home of Paul Martz and family of near Martinaburg, Michael and Carl Wilt spent Saturday evening with friends in the Mountain city. Malcolm Ritohey and family of town were guests Friday afternoon at the residence of. Mr. and Mrs. William Ott. of East Freedom. Mr. and Mrs. James Rltchey Of this WILLIAMSBURG WilliamstmVg borough council met Monday evening in the borough building on Plum wrept, with President Or. K H. Good in the chair and the following members present: Calvin Treese, W. A. McClaiu_, and W, Hoy Rpller, with the secretary, Calvin Fluko, present. Bills in the borough, water, street, police and other departnwuts to the amount of $778.04 were read and ordered paid. The treasurer imported a balance of $8,976.39 in the treasury at the close of business Monday, June '4. A number of uninteresting matters were taken up and will be settled, later. Mr. and Mrs- EJ. B. Watson and Mr*. B. E. Heer of Philadelphia spent Memorial day and the waei-and with Mrs. Alice Fay Deitrick at her home in the Lytle apartments, West Third street. Mrs. Leslie J. Reed and son Harvey pf Blairsville were visitors in town on Tuesday evening and over night. ROARING SPRING BUAUINU SI'BING ________ Weiluetday and Tlm{&da.v. June i nail 6 "DAMES AHOY" with Glen Tryon. Heleu Wright and Kddle Grlbbon. Glen as a wlse-crm-'lilng awilor with a tweet heart in every port. 1st episode ot "ACE OF SCOTLAND YARP" -Serial with Crsuforcl Kent, Grave Gunard and Florence Allen. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit in "Broadway Follies." ft BELLWOOD v-rne KOsmOs ClUD Is IftftKmf »»«*<»• u to ft very delightful trip «tfd JUn* meeting to tte Mid *t tht.hgffle of Mrs. Eugene Wentiel at State College. Mra. Wentxel'* tesigflttlttft frdffl the club, was accepted with much MgrSK The trip will be fcade iA automobiles, of various members on the third Friday o'f June... , / The Dorcas clan of the Methodist church will meet this evening in the church at, 7.30 o'ctocKi . A covered dish luncheon'will be «lr>»fL Mr. and Mrs. George R, Meyers and baby daughter Mat-Hell, 6* Princeton, N. J., Mrs. William Herbert Burke of Hightst«*vn, N. J,, and Mrs. E. B. Flthiah of Wichita., KartB., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Meyers. The Antis High gchopl claps of 1930 met Wednesday ntofnlng at the Methodist church and had a class photo made. The class' Is plahnlng for a trip to "Washington, Pi C,, next week. W. H. Moore, wh'o has been 111 since December, suffering with rheumatism, has gone to Hot' Springs, Ark., for treatment. Mf. Moore has many friends here! who hob*' the trip may prove beneficial. ' The Gleaners Bible 'elks* of the Church of theV brethren will hold a meeting at the home of W. B. Campbell, North Tuckahbe, Thursday eye: ning at 7.30. All members are urged to be present. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Brian and cMildren of Clarendon, ,Va., have returned to their home after a pleasant vacation sp^nt at the' home, of Mrs. O'Brlan's parents, Mr. and^Mrs. J. T. Leddy. They ; were present at the commencement exercises of Miss Virginia Leddy,! Borough council met Monday evening with President R. H. Hirsch presiding and all members reporting present except Mr. Flelgher. Mr. Fuoss reported licenses collected. amounting to $1. Borough treasurer, reported receipts as follows: George E, Fuoss, burgess, $12; W. I. Davle, water secretary, $266.95; I. 8. Lindemuth, 1924 taxes, $71.26; 1629 taxes; $147.62; 'Orders paid, $1,648,97; balance in treasury, $2,374.61. Tajc Collector I. S. Lindemuth reported 1928 taxes reduced $75.0i; balance .unpaid, $223.70; 1929 taxes reduced, $1,099.87; balance unpaid, $285.38. Chairman Lego of the highway committee reported shipment of Tarvia expected this -week and arrangements made to make appliqa- tlon to streets within the next week or ten days.. Tax Collector Lindemuth requested" exonerations from 1928 taxes amounting to $57.33, which were granted. Bills amounting to $2,016.39, were ordered \paid'. ;:, At a meeting of the Ladles' auxiliary to the 'American Legion held Monday night Mrs. Ray M. Strung, president, was elected a delegate to the' hf county council meeting at .Six Mile Run, July 2.. Other business'was of routine nature. A social "was held after the session. ' ' The Angeline Rebecca lodge, which was to have their social at the home of Mrs. Charles Hopkins on 'Friday evening, has postponed the meeting until a, later date. The Bellwood community vacation Bible school, Rev.' >Ji S3. Anderson, D. D., 'dean, opened on Monday. The enrollment the second day reached 368. New pupils can enroll in any one of the grades during the remainder of present week, and on Moil- day and Tuesday of next week. One school with twelve rooms and twelve trained teachers, to continue for a term of three .weeks, closing with commencement exercises Sunday night, June 22, to be. held in the Bellwood Methodist churchi The board of dlfWtors of tnft «6tt«f Woman's ChrWlftwi'--Mulatto* ftive decided to contltHJe tn« kl|»iergWt*n session for the tetttl ot 1MO and Ml, under the dlrecttofl'of M|s( Rnth Stunt of Altoona. Wlft v thorf* who Aftve' small children and are interested' in sending' them to kindergarten kindly get in touch with ahy f>M of the' following eomfnlttee: Mrs. W. t*. W|de, chairman of 700 Clark street; Mrs. Arthur 5 Christy of 818 AJlMhejjy streetc Holllda-ysburg; Mr». Ciyd* Uh»gW Of 99 Logan avenue, Altoona J MM. George Gable of Sylvan Hills, or Mrs.- J. E. Hoitzlnger of 206 Coleridge avenue, Liyswen. Kliidly .register y*ur ; child before Aug. io, with the enrollment fee and tuition for the first term beginning Sept. 3, 1WO. ":,;.* «. , The Live Wlr» tlub of the *.. W. C. A. enjoyed a ptonio •Upper at Lakemont park on Monday evening, June 2. The Winyan club of the T. W. C. A. also held an outdoor meeting at Lakemont park on Tuesday afternoon, followed by a delicious picnic supper and the various amusements .that the park provides. . ' . ' » V Folks are asked to keep In, mind June 19 so that they.may have np conflicting engagements' With ' the strawberry and ice cream .festival which will be held on the Y. TV. C, A. lawn on Thursday evening, June 19. There will be music. Kindly make reservatibns at the Y. W. C. A. ELDORADO Miss Frances Roberts, who has been visiting her aunt Mrs. L. G. Gorsuch of Patton, is now at the home of her mother Mrs. M. B. 'Roberts, of f Fifty-eighth street. '•;. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Shultz of Brie were 5 week-end visitors at the home Of Mr. ShulU's sister, Mrs. S. E. Hartley of 5514 Roselawn avenue, Mrs. Alfred Muteabaugh and granddaughter Betty of, 401 Fifty-seventh street visited a cousin, Mrs. William Sickle of Youngstown, O., over the week-end. ... Mr.' and Mrs. Roy Daugherty 'of Sugar Run spent, Memorial day at the home of S. M. Bookhamer at Saulsburg, Huntingdon, county. : Mr. and Mrs. Lisle.Hoover and children Elolie, Geraldine and Bobby-spent Memorial day at Kylertowu visiting friends. ' i, • The Donnelly Bible class will hold a bake sale at Green avenue market on Saturday and. all members of the class who will contribute something for the sale will kindly* bring the gamjB to the churCh Friday 'evening.* W. L. Barr and family of Broad avenue were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Barr Of 6122 Kissel avenue. • Alfred Mutzabaugh of 401 Fifty- seventh street visited his aunt Mrs. Sarah Hollan of Duncannon. over the week-end. Preparatory servide will be held Friday .evening In the Fifty-eighth street Methodist church. AH members are asked to be present. JUNUTAXJAP, The-monthly meeting of class No. 3 of the Mardorf Sunday school will meet-in the church on Friday evening. , ' of Ment e «* h * Wilt TV *«•£«•* "* »**«*^.— ^> ••-*• r Kjouipleteiy overhauled, - ,, lne*s tat W»,own occupancy k 4 coxey/ and family/ i«e time past at 8*4 Wij-- ..^ !.»»«> niOved to Beliefonte, whWe-lin Coxey was made, district manage* « a ffocety. firm by wWoh he w.,*«#»• place, Michael Delhi and James Dougherty of Knob Run, Roy Moyer and Herman Ylqgling of Marionsville were visitors' in Hollldaystmrg during the past week with friends and relatives. Harvey Boyer and family pf McKee and Mrs. Elmer Burket and two children Kathleen and Lloyd of East Freedom, were recent visitors in this vicinity. Mrs. Howard Himes and son Clair Himes have concluded a ten-dayi' visit with I relatives here and have returned to,.hom* at, New Portage Junction. %Ira Delhi pf East Freedom was a soctaJ caller on Sunday, with friends and relatives at Knob 'Run. Joseph Metggar and ' Miss Wlllette Eckenrode of Altoona. spent Tuesday at the • residence of the former's grandfather Joseph Tremel of Mar- ionsville. • Rev. Solomon Mack of Pittsburgh, accompanied by his brother John Mack of Belsano, were short time visitors In the village on Saturday, Services at the United Brethren church in Marlpnsvllle Sunday afternoon at 2.30. Sunday school at the chapel Sunday morning at 10 o'clock; Christian Endeavor in the evening at 7-30. Mr. and Mrs. David Desoboto of Girard, O., were guests' on Friday at the home,of Mrs. Martha Cope of Dry Run. Mr. and Mrs. Arabia Mclntosh of Mariensville were visitors in the Mountain city on Tuesday. ' OPTIMO PANAMAS The Artistocrat of Straw Hats for Dress, S'p o r t and Leisure. Only llie skilled nativq weavers of Ecuador can supply the. fine lex- lures found in Leopold & Bigley Panamas. SEN MI AND LEGHORN STRAWS, »3 ft $4 SUE OUB wiiynow DIKI-LAYS- [eopold £ Biqlctj of iKr^^^X, Wftti of t*«|R i *H fortneP ..„ of JuHIAtft'eolleM £tot«*M to nfd«* o« ?«<M«l*fc J» " '^theannuMcoTletfl More axittvtty will be seen ^jut>ty <jourthO««e next week, t«rm gtand Jwrjr being «chedul«d ;to g« Into sflttlort .on Monday morning, W continue until the calendar i* cieartd. .Farmers, bringing products to wt local markets, declare 'that unless- there are showers' within the next day or tw*. the strawberry erop will be ruined "with e*delletit chances of the Raspberry crop being stunted, .John M, DuffyiT former local man; nonf operating *. nervjo*' nUtioft at Geeseytown, boasts of having been the first person of the community to have spring, chickens large enough for the pot.' Hll chicks wer« hatched in Feb- ruiry and It la n6w several weeks past since hd began decapitating .them.. ',,. Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock in lee* tu're rooin of the Methojliit ohUr-*- monthiy meeting of the woman's : . elgn MUslenary iriclety, Mrs. Barn* H. 'Hart, president. tThe .program leader is Mrs, J. W. Akors. Mrs. w. E. Blackburp will have charge of devotional service.. Kiss Mary Shoen* felt will give the Ifcft chaptw of the textbook, "From Jerusalem to Jerusalem". •',. • ' .. '••• '....'• -••• S. B. Helsel of 1511 Allegheny street returned to Alexandria, after upending , the week-end at home. He is engaged in bridge work there. ' • / Miss Caroline Stelnbnlnner of West, Hollidaysburg'And Ml»« Marian Engie of Duncansville and Donald Ebaugh and R. E. Helsel of Bast Helllday*- burg have returned • from a delightful trip to Gettysburg, where they viewed the battlefield. , y . FOB RENT—Modern brick hovse, »lz rooms. Good locution. Inquire 70* Oarber St., Phene \tt W. . • • ' . ' ; . Adv. ; , .1 'Apartment for rent. 'AH conveniences. ' Lasser Shoe Shop. Phone 84-J ..'. .- . ' Adv. .. Genuine Frjgidaire Swrice WOLF FURNITURE CO. •Authorised rrt«(d*4re • Beaton" Utb Av*. UI«J U18 a Fine Shoe Repairing : , By the boodyear Welt System LASSER'S SHOE STORE 2A N D TODAY Pflllffi —With— Edward Morton Patsy Ruth Millir John Arthur Comedy— "riCK 'IBM VARIETIES SATUBDAT "SO LOriG LETTY" tiP-i>-i»-i»-n-ii-ii-i»-i»-ispi*»i»»i»>ii»i>-n»'ir'ii-ii-ii-ii- •plJ IJIJIJIJIJIJIJ UU 14 U U IJIJ14 >** !•* l-i !•* I' 150 LOTS 50x120 Ft. Will Be Sold At Public Sale Saturday Afternoon June 7th, 1930 2:00 O'clock , / Willowbrook Addition to Duncansville Borough / Along 6th Ave. road appronchiaf Duncanivjlle from Altoona, 3 blockt from new Airport, 10 winulei driv* from Altoona, TVmi: $25.00 down, $2.50 wMk or $10.00 prr month. No one can afford to be without a horn*. We finance n»w homes, if you buy a lot. ReitricUd dUtriet with aU convenience! except gai, Sale will be conducted on plot ONE LOT for More Information—Phone 128J Hollidaysburg m il

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