Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 5, 1930 · Page 17
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i*t«f Harry A. RoslimaKi Alldft "Witt Matilda, a«a f " ~ ' " bufg;^Jf6»8bh S. tfol eidlgh,. bdth of State CoHefe, j L-vn4 A, tttiffifitbn', L>a1ftfft& Pa., aftd Helen J. RaM, Munson; fiarne*t t&* Roy Qotid anfl Mary fisther.Gdrretidn, Doth of Iftdlana, Pa.! Albert W. Bftrtges, Long Island, N. *., irid Mary A. Johnson, state College. ' Dr., RonStt Tinsley add family of Pittsburgh were guests over the Weekend of friends in Beliefonte. Captain and Mrs. Ralph •*.., Smith and Mr. and Mrs. H, *. Hummel spent th« week-end with a party e'f tfbrth- umberland friends ,at a flshing camp on, Penns Creek, near Laureltoh. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Good 1 and family 6f Johnstown, former Beliefonte residents, spent the week-end With friends here. Phillip Reynolds bf New York 'Spent Memorial day and the week-end with his parents Colonel and Mrs. W. Fred ReyhbldS. Mrs. Basil Mott of New York is a guest'of her husband, who is recuperating from a retfent Illness at the home of his mother Mrs. Odlllie Mott, on Allegheny, street. Corporal C. I. dross and patrolman Pfaeffle of the Beliefonte detail of the state highway patrol On Sunday assisted in escorting President MpOver from Ogonta cabin to Ammity hall. Sergeant Crum Of Troop .D 6f the state highway patrol arrived in Bellef onto Tuesday to assume charge of this district. , ' B. t). Tate, while driving on the Centre Hall mountain near . Pleasant Gap Friday evening, was struck by a coupe operated by John Fetters of Beliefonte. Fetters also struck another coupe operated by N. O. Stoner of Centre Hall. Fetters was charged with being Under the influence of 'iqubr and was committed to the Centre county Jail for the night and released the ne*t morning after being •plven a hearing before 'Squire J. L. Tressel. and found guilty of reckless driving. There was no one hurt, but the cars., were damaged. A musical program was the chief Veature of the meeting of the Kiwanls slub Tuesday noon at the Brocker- •Jloft hotel. Misses Freda Edmiston and Miriam Smith rendered a piano duet. Little Joe Tremmel entertained with the harmonica and, his sister Louise, sang. Cecil Walker, the leader of the club's musical activities, sang a solo. Each table of JKlwanlans contributed a song to the program with plenty of vim, pep and vigor and added to the general merriment of the hour. The guest of the day was A. lj. Raynor of Williamsport. LAKEMONT Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Masemore and son Clyde and daughter Rose of Barto, Berks county, Mrs. Warren Benfleld and daughter Esther of Bailey, Mrs. Edna Brodbeck and son Emmert of Three Springs, and Mrs. Ida Shafer • of Junlata were all guests Wednesday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Nonemaker.- E. P. Siegfried of Wharton avenue was a recent guest With friends in Baltimore. Miss Helen Brua, daughter of Mr. "and Mrs. Archibald Brua of SpranRle avenue, has finished her teaching in Tyrone and is spending some time with her parents. ' Mrs. Thomas Morley and Mrs. Joe Chasa .of Duquesne, Mrs. . Norman Hershberger and daughter Edith and son-Telford of Johnstown and Earnest Mlckel of Eldorado were Sunday visitors at the home o'f Mr. and Mrs. John Mlckel. Mr. and Mrs. J. R> Lucas of Lotz avenue are spending • several days in Lorraine, O., visiting at the home of Mrs. Lucag' sister, Mrs. John Clark. . Mis* Beatrice Bruriiba'ugh of .Altoona >va» a recent .guest with her friend, i Miss Ana Clemens of Lotz avenue. J Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keller and i*%,diiughter Betty of South Pine street spent a few days recently in Philadelphia. Maynard Nonemaker, who Is cm- ployed in Philadelphia by the P.enn- sylvanla Railroad, spent the week-end with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Nonemaker. E. P. Seigfried of Wharton ^avenue B pent tho latter part of the week in Phlllpsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harpster and daughter Josephine Shirley of Holli- daydburg, James Logan and Mrs. Clara Dougherty of Altoona were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. ft. Harpster of First avenue. WfeSTWOOD PARK The annual basket picnic -of the Wehnwood school will be held at Ivy- side park Saturday, June 7. Pupils and their parents will meet at the school house at 1 o'clock, or go direct to the park where they will be met by the committee. There will be sports nnd games of various kinds during the afternoon, with treats and refreshments for the children. Supper will be, at 5 o'clock and hot coffee and ice ei'enim will be served to all by the committee in charge of refreshments. Those of the Westwood district may receive any further information by getting in touch with Mrs. J. N. Moore, one of the committee in charge. The Logan school term for 1920-30 has ended and on Wednesday the little school closed its doors. Tha pupils will report in September for 1930-31 lorm to the new school building now under construction. The teacher, Mrs. Charlotte Adams, reports that fourteen pupils have a record of perfect attendance, being present every day of the term Just ended, as follows: Alma Gates, Virginia Boyles, Elolse Shannon, Mona Thompson, Charlotte Craw, Anna Mary Keyes, Mary Josephine Ammerman, Dale Boyles, James Gates, Albert Skeeley, Ralph Shannon, Donald Deflbaugh, Amos Schultz and Robert Smith. Betty Figard was absent only one-half day. Those present every day during the month of May are Asbury Thompson, Jr., Manning Thompson, Dale Boyles, Sam Lombardo, James Gates, John Deflbaugh, Vernon Gibson, Ralph Shannon, Albert Skeeley, Roy Thompson, Eugene Thompson, Bruce Wise, Donald Aurandt, Donald Deftbaugh, Arthur Hunter, Kesler Maurer, Amos Schultz, Alexander McLaughlln, Robert Smith, Zane Wise, Virginia Boyles, Luella Denbaugh, Betty Figart, Betty Horton, Anna Ruth Horton, Geraldine Patterson, Alma Gates, Elois Shannon, Charlotte Craw, Betty Geanne Echard, Clara Foust, Mary Josephine Ammerman, Mona Thompson, Clara Jane Corman, Anna Mary Keyes and Josephine Lombardo. f SWEET AIR Beg. In D. 8. Vat. Off. For Painleis Extraction Special attention given to norvous people. Gum» frozen for those wishing name. False teeth gpeqlulty. DR. SHOR Dentist 1112 12th Ave. Altoona, Pa. Dally—U lo B V- »'• Hon.. Wed., Sul.. 1111 8 P- «'• 1*1 Floor I'bonn 2-1B28 Above Gre«n Ijiiileru 'lea Baoni J * tew jtwOtt wit' HI LOW uatyB win— uj-— -_A ^ JtJfr \f^lf mr£&t& VflUlm r, ftnv Mrst usCDD Jrlpvri ttt&iW 4^kyUh fai&hbtdt ilk Hftdtifti D«wti neir i&rin nome in Dry Jttuni „ -, Mr; and Mr*. W, «., Kdttgh bf Wemttttal day with ttM/tttitogK'!,, lift ter Mrs, Jameg Shavef and daughter, Mlstf Marian Shiver, who hate just returned frbtit their winter home in St. Petersburg, Fla. / Miss Margaret Hershey of Alteon*, and Mr.- and Mrs. N. A. Scott and three children of Pittstrtirlh '«« guests In the J/i&me bf ttev. and Mrs, j. Alfred Cbx^and Mfc Simeon ^re- man, Milfbrd street. ' Mr, and Mrs. Harold fiaver and baby and Mrs. Baver% mother Mrs. Margaret Delaney, of Reading have been spending a little time with relatives and friend!? here. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Brwin and Son Mac, also Misi Mae MacFerran of Pittsburgh, were recent gutiats of Miss Edith V. Bare at her home along the state road near Mount Union. Miss Elsie Landis is home for a week of Vacation before beginning a riejv position in New York City. Miss Landis has been employed in the 1 Methodist orphanage in Mechanicsburg but has resigned this 1 work to take up" a new position which,is along the same line of work. Miss Landis Is a former teacher in ' the Mount Union schools.- Miss Anna Sechler of Dbwnington, who for many years ived herp, came to spend Memorial day'with relatives and left Sunday to return to her 1 home. While here she visited with her niece Mrs. 'Anna Landis on Pennsylvania avenue. Mr. and Mrs.' C. C. Crist of Philadelphia have been visiting In the home of the latter's brother Bruce ,Smlth and family. Mr. Crist returned to the city early in the week but expects to return again at'the next week-end to drive Mrs. Crist home. Mrs. Harrison Shore of Pitcairti was called to Pogue on account of the death of her sister-in-law Mrs. John Booher. • • Mr. and Mrs. David Cornelius are planning to move to the Newton'Ham- ilton Methodist training camp for the summer where both will be employed for ten weeks. C, W. Jones is remodeling the property at the corner of Mllford nnd Jefferson streets, which he recently bought from the Himes heirs and, which was for many yeajp the home of the Himes family. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Long and son Richard, also his brother 'Robert Hllo- man, were Tyrone visitors at tho und of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shearer were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Goodman, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Linn and family spent the week-end with relatives in Shippensburg. Mr. and Mrs, 'Jesse Mellott and two children Helen and Robert, motored to Everett and spent the weekend with relatives there. Miss Pauline Wiser off Vandevcnder street, spent the week-end with her friend Miss Ethel Crowell at Shade Gap. Jean Ciphers of Vandevender street, has gone to Columbia, 'Pa,, to be employed on a bridge contract and will be located 'there for the next few months. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blessing, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Holllngshead and baby daughter Laura Jane, motored to Dry Run, .Monday evening and visited w^th friends there, returning home via Neelyton. Mrs. Elizabeth Isenberg of East if Tft _ i™ W».~C1artnce~"ft6bVrt* IKA8 4 . . *bre 'foot as a result 6t .stepping «tt 81 nail. Mrs. RObferts m«l With tf about ten day* ago, ai at the time that It wag ^ v»fy Sun and ft phyaieiati waft necessary. She is getting* BOM* better each day how. Miss t Janet Campbell has returned home from, the Shippehsbufg state Teachers' college after completing Her the summer with her home folks hetci. Mae Ghllcoat attd her\ twin si«erY June Chilcoat, who are living with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank jChilcoat, having com* recently from their home in. Spokane, wash., following the death of their mother Mrs. Vincent Chitchat, celebrated their third birthday anniversary on May 31. On Sunday a special birthday dinner was made in their honor and a cake with three candles was the cen>- ter of attraction. These little girls are beautiful little dark haired individuals who seem very hapjy-itt their new home. Their father will arrive soon to live with them. . Mrs. Rose Jones has returned home from New Have'h, Conn., Where She Spent some time with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mris. Arthur Lelbman. .• Mr. and Mrs. Belmer Leeper and son of Burtiham, spent the past weekend with the respective families of their cbusins Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chilcoat. Mrs. Rachel Whltsel and .family of Garber street, have been entertaining the former's nephew Donald Shenefelt of Wllmerding. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Heefner and daughter of Lewistown and William Heefner of Hustontown, have been r«- cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Price, in their Garber street home. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Kepler of Huntingdon have announced the birth of a daughter Patsy Ruth, on May 31. Mrs, Kepler 'will be remembered as formerly Miss Lena Shaffer, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shaffer of Garber street. HUNTINGDON Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Boyes, 626 Church street, will mdve this week to Johnstown where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes of St. Joseph, Mo., will move in the Boyes' home. Mr. Barnes is connected with the J. C. Blair company. Mr. attd ttrl. Kalpft , • . ,.._... i.. ^^ feli4M*li aft«§«»« ^sRolrft Iff. ftftd I. W. 13. Does much to keep a good clear complexion, no matter what the weather! Soap «6c. Ointment 2te. Mid Me. Talcum «6«. Proprletora: »ot«« Dm * Okmltal 0m-, IUI4W, KMa. MISHLER TODAY FEATURE TIME — IMS A. M., 1.45, 4.15, 6.45 and 9.15 P. M. TONIGHT AT 11.30 AMERICAN LEGION BENEFIT PERFORMANCE COOLEST SPOT IN ," TOWN/ TOMORROW-LAST FULL SHOWING OF "JOURNEYS END" STARTS AT 4.15. RUTH BARNES' ANNUAL DANCE RECITAL AT 8.15— SEATS ON SALE NOW. • A Real Drama Not of War but of Men . . . Not of Heroics but of Comradeship . . . Not of Horrors but of Emotions. Powerful :, Beautiful From the Play by R. C. SHERRIFF Directed by JAMES WHALE With Colin Clive and Great Cast STARTING SAT. Edmund Lowe As Louis Beretti, Gangster, In "BORN RECKLESS" Louis Beretti, who lived recklessly and wasn't afraid to die that way, in this powerful movietone drama o f gangland's ruthless killers. Catherine Dale Owen—Lee Tracy—Marguerite Churchill—Warren Hymer—William Harrigan Frank Albertson tflt ftf Altoona aocbmpanled by _„ ana ttft. ttavta S3«f factored to Fulton dbunty on Friday attd callW o« relatives. Mrs. B. fi. Snyder and A. M, Wlaor Of Altbona, Add Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ebling and children Margaret, Jack- Bbrt and Raymond of Duncansvllle were SuHday evening visitors of Mr. attd Mrs: C. E. Growdert. Mr. Sellers of Holildaysburg and Mr, and Mrs. H. K. Srpwn of woodbury were TJHtirdday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J?. K. Brown. Miss Jean Reininger of Akron, 0., is Visiting her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reininger. Mi's. Fred Walter of New Enterprise *pent -Friday night with Mrs. A. N. Walter .and daughter Jennie. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Shoemaker and children of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. George Kurtz and children of Martinsburg were Sunday evening visitors of David 8. Baker and family.' Mr and Mrs. A. M. Smouse and Mary Alice Kurtz of Martinsburg were Saturday visitors in the same home. Mrs..,Glen Clouse .spent from Thursday until Sunday in Akron, 6., with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mitten of Altoona were week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Croft. H. M. Croft and wife and daughter Pauline bf Altoona. were Sunday Visitors in the same home, Mr. and . Mrs. Clalr Kauffman and children Jiine and Dona of Roaring Spring were Sunday evening callers of Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Clouse. Mrs. Klutz of Washington, D. C., Lester Holsinger and family" of Mar- ' 8PECIA1 FRIDAY Baked Fillet of Haddock.... 35c Pried Fillet of Haddock 30c Including bread, butter, coffee, 2 vegetables and salad. FAMOUS RESTAURANT 12th St., Next to Mt. City Bank ftS spent th» , Hlt Hi 1 burl. Mr. and ttfs, FfAnk Amlck, dftflgh- tefs Dofbthy and Catherine and «a« DSftft mOt6i?ed to ti|»t6« 0» Sunday tft view the airplanes. Mrs. ti. M. Detrick of Roafittf Spfing, Mr. and Mf«. it..A. Bfuni- baugh, Mr. and Mrs. George Rhode* and daughters Helen and Dbrothy 6f JLlySWen, Mr». I. ft. Ktolsinger 6f Slmira, N. "St.. and Mf«. A., S. -fiberi sole of H«W Bntef^fiSe *efe visltoW during the week of Mf*. J, F". BfufA» baugh. Mrs. D. fit. SnoWbefgef of Cadiz, Ohio, and Chester Fbrd and family of Hopewell we?e receht visitofs of Mr*. A. N. Waitef and daugfttef Jenttie. Mr. and Mrs. David King attended the funeral Of Mrs. William Becthel at Saiemvllle on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Charley Rlttef of Potter Creek, Mrs. Laura Wolfe 6f Bedford and itlKJ .nttMWWfd •• Amur i^w • aihl bABy 'i ftfid Mr*. Ira Kafari** efeek were vteitow durtif tt« w*i* of -Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. N. Waiter of Cunyvitl* *ipent Saturday with home folks. Eli King and sons fill and Rusaeit of Wilkinsburg were SatuWay visitor* d* the former's broUter David King and family. fi. E. Brown and wife and <ons Robert and Sheridan of Altoona ac- Cbmpanled by Mr. and Mrs. F. & Brown motored to Cumberland on Friday. ' LYRIC IHEATRE Janet Oaynor In "4 DEVILS" with Mary Duncan, Barry Norton, Charles Morton, Nancy Dre*el. Also comedy, "Sixteen Sweeties," and 4ar£aft the Tiger, chapter No. Summer Paradise For You and Your Family We Are Now Operating Our MAMMOTH $30,000.00 "REFRIGERATED AIR COOLING SYSTEM" Authorized AftOJSfcL-^ M O D E U N BEAUTY SHOPPE 28 Altoonn Trust Bldf. Dial 9708 MISS ANOBEL, STICK, Mgr. CASANAVE'S Established BO Year* Leather Trarelinf Goods Trunks—Umbrellas 1213 ELEVENTH STREET • Opposite Postofflce WIDE ANGLE LENSES Orthogen or Tlllyer lenses give you full vision to the very edge. For golf, hunting .or driving they are especially fine. Priced at $2.00 per pair above the regular Torle lenses. Macdonald's Spectacle Baiar Altoona, Pa. HICKEV &SOI\ Altoonn's Longest Established FUNERAL SERVICE / Lexington Avenue / EVERYTHING FOR THE LAWN trimmers. Hedge Shears, Weeders, Sprinklers, etc. W. H. GOODFELLOW'S SONS .1319 Eleventh Avenue . Westmont Bread FRESH DAILY At Tour Neighborhood ^Grocer WESTMONT BAKERY Send .our Washing Log T an Laundry he Cost !• Small FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OUR BIRTHDAY—YOUR PARTY i LAST TIMES TODAY LEON JANNEY Child Screen Wonder In BHU BENNEir MUM NIXON •JREXBEU. History will be made. A story of .high courage ami noble self-sacrifice. We personally endorse this picture and urge you to see 'and hear It. HAM HAMILTON COMEDY I Two Warner Brothers VITAPHONE ACTS I SOUNIii NEWS -STARTING SATURDAY- Another Great Attraction During Warner Brothers' June Family Month Billie DYE i i SWEETIKARTS k --WIVES COMING—"ISLE OF ESCAPE" Here 10 one memrn* *f dated mm»le that Ian tie veraal snpport of gre*t .. Damroflch . * , . Newman . . Pianists, music authorities, composers and critic* of all countries endorse The AudioGraphic DUO-ART PIANO Winter Music Store 1415 llth Avenue VIOTOB — SPAHTON — ZENITH RADIO 1 f fc^Cj£?e?.ftff^: No Drafts—No Chills—Just Cool TO-DAY 11 A. M. to 11.30 P. M. SHEARER DIVORCEE 1 CHESTER MORRIS CONBADNAGCL You'll never forget this picture! most talked-of film in years! The 1 NO ADVANCE IN PRICES ADDED PROGRAM OUB GANG TAIKING IN "LAZY DAYS" SFORTLITE "8PLASHIN' THBU" CONNELLY IN "THE MAGNATE" METROTONE NEWS Can.a woman defy conventions and Uve by a man'* code of morals? An amazing answer In beantttnl Norma Shearer's successor to "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney." . STARTING SATURDAY '4 I MARIE RESSLER POLLY MORAN 'at funny pair/. CAPITOU TODAY AND "SWEETIE" THEN "HONEY" FRIDAY AND NOW NANCY'S BEST HIT! e "Tlie Trespasser. Wltll PHILLIPS HOLM-i Comedy, "The Stronger Sex" — Acts — Sound News Starts Saturday MAURICE CHEVALIER In "THEB1G POND" Last Times Today:— Clara Up In Arms, Loaded With "IT"! CLARA BOW, True to f lie Navy' picture Fredrlc March — Hurry Green 1'utlio Comedy, "Tick '£01 Young" Vltaphoue Acts — Sound News "Early Bird" Matinee 10.00 A. AI. TO 12.00 NOON ADULTS 15c 12.00 NOON TO 6.00 f. M. ADULTS 2Sc LY^VPI A Throbbing Romance Sweeping Your Hedrt Away! STARTS FRIDAY- * After "The Virginian" and "The Texan!" Comes Their Greatest! Love Knows No Law! She betrays the code for her lover— and every woman will applaud her courage. 'H GARY COOPER n/yffte Brave """" v • MARY BRIAN Q. Qtiramaunt picture The sweethearts of ••The Virginian" in another OUTDOOR ' romance you'll love! More Thrilling! More Glamorous! MIDNIGHT SHOW OLYMPIC THEATRE SUNDAY MIDNIGHT

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