Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 12, 1929 · Page 30
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T , •/!« < !, VV »!^« r .-,' "''ljU'fV" 30 THE ALTOONA MIRROR-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1929 NEWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING TOWNS HOLLIDAYSBURG DUNCANSVILLE Tho light rnlnfnll over this region ! during the early morning hours on VVIllard C. Bush ,-,nd wife of 411, Mrs. Jeffrey W. Taylor of i.:r,-ens- I Monday failed lo change the plans of llCBh.-nv stn-ci have r.-lnrni-d home burg was entertained hist week at the (the contractors at work on the Cresson om a week-end motor trip to Pitts- I residence of her son-in-law and daugh-1 mountain road construction job to con- Allegl Horn a burgh, where they were by relatives and friend*. - .-- ntertained j ter Mr. and Mrs. John Hnm Elliott of j'ln'"< operations on the holiday and a ___ ' full ,| 11V « ™m- r wnet nffnmnl Rhed The |!il!i Montgomery street. full day s work was accomplished. The ,• relntives and irionns. niii Aiomgomei-y Hin_-i:i. -••• •• •• , , , ,,_' , V Miss Ida L. Johnson, formerly house Mrs. John R. Kimmell of 500 Alle-I'lght rain did not soak the ground to gheny struct bus returned home from ; any great extpnt. and good progress secretary of the Hollldnyslnirg Young Women's Chrl.Mtinn Association, who now resides in Huntingdon, was a guest during the past week of Mrs. Mary S. Kurtz of 524 J'enn street. The condition of Joseph T. Shat/.er. who has been suffering from falling health for the past several weeks nnd a visit to New York city where she was possible, the working moving a was entertained as the guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Hheehan. Mrs. Klmmell also went to West Point military academy to visit her son Jack Klmmell, who is a West Point cadet. at present is a patient in the Altoorm ! Attorney and Mrs. Harry S. Mc.Kln- hospllal, is much improved. Mr. ' ley of Thornhurg were entertained dur- .Shatzer expects to return to Ins honiu in Hollidaysburg In the near future. Mrs. Charles A. Malone of 21!) ing the past -eck at the residence of Mrs. McKinley's sisters Misses Mary Baldrige and Laura Baldrlge and Kranklin street met with an unfortu- I Mrs. Ulcanor B. Hanna of 1001 Alienate accident last week, while Fills- Jgheny street. ing along Bedford street. Mrs. Mil lone j Stewart Smith, a student at, Kis- .sllpped and fell on the sidewalk, spmin- jkimlnetas preparatory school at Salts- ing her right leg, which will incapa- ! burg, spent the v.-eek-end at. -he resi- cltate her for some timu. No serious | deuce of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. results are anticipated however. jl!"y ". Smith of 033 Hickory street. The members of the Hollidaysburg High school foothnll team were the guests of Coach (Jeorgc Mordan, who Is also a member of the faculty of the local High school, on a motor trip on EAST END The Intermediate Christian Endeavor Saturday to Gettysburg. The party, which was composed of the players, facility and friends to the number nl •10. left Hollldiiyshnrg in the morning and arrived at Gettysburg in time t of thi' Third United Brethren church 1 held a party at. the home of their su- pi-rinl.enden't, Mrs. W. A. Gorily of MM East. Atlantic avenue on Thursda,y evening, Nov. 7. A very nice time WHS !c<! Hit- Gettysburg college teiim wallop their uppoii'.'iil.s by the score ol i~-U. Asxlstunt Coach Donald Young, also a member of the Hollldayshurg High school fuculty, assisted Couch Mordan In entertaining the lootbiill squad. Following thi! gain _-, dinner was served to the Hollidaysburg party at one of the fraternity houses at Gettysburg college. The party arrived home about 6 p. in. In the evening, greatly pleased with the day's events and-very grateful to Coach Moi-dan for his kindness In making possible such enjoyed by all, evening being spent in a. variety of games and a. dainty luncheon was served to the following: Marie Tllson, Louise Cobaugh, Mildred Foor, Anna Man Farns- worlh, Klh.-l Neil, Ruth Smith, Roma Sachet, Catherine Gorily, Jessln Mai! a fine outing. The State Highway Department Rifle club, composed of employes of the' 4 nlxth district of the state highway department, which was recently organized In Hollldaysburg, has leased the basement of UK.. Wolf block, corner of Allegheny and Front streets, which Is being fitted up for Indoor trap shooting. Shooting machines are now being arranged for the winter season, the tirst (trie scheduled being with the National Guard of Alloona. This initial contest of the season will take place this evening. The November meeting of the Holli- daynburg board of education, scheduled for Monday evening, Nov. 4, adjourned' for lack of quorum to transact business. The postponed meeting will be held on Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, at 7.30 o'clock, in the office of Superintendent Calvin V. Krdly. Tho monthly meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Foil Fetter Fust No. .010 of the American Legion, will be held on Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock, in the post rooms In the Wolf block, and will' be featured by the annual election of officers. The president, Miss Nellie A. Madden, requests a full at' tendance of members. Tho students of the seventh grade of the Central School building will participate in the pleasures of u Thanksgiving party on Friday evening, Nov 15, at 7.30 o'clock, In thu High school auditorium, which promises to be u very pleasing social event. , Tho students of tho Hollidaysburg N iH)gh school »njoyed a very clever en' tertalnment at tho chapel services on . Friday morning. J. Dletrlc and wll'o of Dletrlc & Company, magicians, per 1 1'ormed a number of mysterious feats Thu auditorium wiis filled to capacity and tho program was much appreciated. The annual praise and thank offering 1 service of the Women's Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church has been postponed until Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 13, at 3 o'clock, at the Presbyterian home. This change in date was made owing to thi> death of one of the homo residents, Mrs. Catherine Jones. Tho members of the Ladles' Bible class of the Sunday school of thu 7/loti Luthera'n church, parUclpulud In a Hallowe'en party and suuer kraut dinner on Thursday evening at the residence of one of the members of the* class, Mrs. S. B. Helsel, of 1511 Allegheny street. All of the guests wore costumes. . The evening was devotud to social pleasures, Including Hallo- we'en games, contests and music. Tho crowning event of the evening was tho dinner. dinner. Mrs. J. A. McGunlgal, Mrs. Frank Pope, Mrs. Chester A. Malone, Mrs. William M. Corbln, Mrs. Harvey Ltiuer, Mrs. Darwin Burddl, Mrs. Ethel Kegarlso, Mrs. Stephen C. •Schilling, Mrs. Charles Putt, Mrs. Charles Clapper, Miss Melissa Lingafelt and Mrs. S. B. Helsel. James H. Gallagher of New Alexandria was a guest (luring the past week at the residence of Mr. and Mrs, John B. Elliott of 015 Montgomery street. Miss Catherine Hk-hultz ol Wllllamt- burg and Miss Martha Kirliolt/, of Oeesoytown were; entertained during the i.ast week at the residence of Miss Cuthrine Elcholtz's nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Helsel of 1511 Allegheny street. Mrs. W. Y. Uuth of 1515 Allegheny street has been confined to her homu for the past two weeks by Illness. Mrs. B. B. Cooper, who resides with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Pequignot, 517 Union street, has departed for an extended visit with relative!! and friends in Philadelphia and Overbrook. Mrs. R. A. Sllppey of HoUi<laysburg H. P. D., who rui-ently underwent a successful operation for goitre, in thi! . Clearlleld hospital, expects to return home this week. The Hollidaysburg High school font- ball team will go on Saturday, Nov. ID, to Mount Union where they will contest for supremacy with the Mt. Union High school team. Miss Helen Louise Johnston, instriic Hank, Helen Younkln, Howard Wen! rick, Rny Sackel, James Nell, George j Smith, Donald Gorily, James Gorily, i Robert Hauk. Thomas Griffith. Clarence Wolfe, Charles Newark, Donald Newark, Clarence Bail-, Merll Sullivan, Harold Zimmerman, Paul Krugh, Andrew Younkln, James Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gorily and daughter Bessie Mae. There was a very pleasing turnout (or the community services in Third United Brethren church last Sunday evening, when an Armistice sermon was delivered by Rev. Walter E. Relf- snyder, pastor of Salem Reformed church. The members of Altoona council No. 370 Junior Order United American Mechanics and Pride of Altoona council No. IJli, Daughters of slep nearer the time when It will be possible for the paving crew to resume operations. Tho members of Duncansvllle camp 200, Patriotic Order of America, met in the P. O. K. of A. hall on last Friday night and held one of the most delightful gatherings In the history of the organization There were many in attendance, including a group from the Hollidaysburg camp and others from out of town. The entertainment presented by the Hollida,ysburg group was very highly appreciated. The gala event had numerous features of delight and interest and the serving of a dainty refreshment menu concluded tho festivities. The social events followed a brief business program. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis of Cone| nmugh were Sunday visitors with friends at this place. SlHWiirt Burls, Dorsoy Mclntyre and Samuel A. Keller spent Armistice day on a hunting trip lo East Loop. Armistice day was quietly observed here. Slores, barber shops, mea.t markets and other business places were closed all day, while others observed a parlia.1 holiday. Holiday hours were In effect at tho postoffice and school sessions were concluded at noon on account of the holiday. Out-of-town parades and events attracted many local residents as there was no special event here In observance of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin McGinnls and young son were Sunday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McGinnls of Altoona. Lewis Grovo of Fifth avenue was a week-end visitor with friends at Huntingdon. Harry E. Chamberlain of near Duncansville, forestry Inspector for the state department of forests and waters, supervised tho lighting of a forest lire near the Muleshoo curve on the New Portage railroad on Sunday afternoon. Tho blaze, thought to have originated from sources other than sparks from an engine, burned over a tract of approximately ten acres before tho (Ire- TYRONE BELLWOOD The local chapter of Red Cross, launched the annual membership drive under .th' leadership of Chairman Harry Welkert, on Armistice day. Tho workers reporting gave some very encouraging receipts of tho day's work and will continue their canvass until every home and resident of Tyrone and vicinity has been Interviewed. Have you.- subscription in readiness for these volunteer workers when they call at your home. The annual Legion play will be presented thi... evening and tomorrow evening, in thu Wilson theatre, "Page The Prince," is the title given this very clever musical presentation and the committee In charge assure the public an evening of unusual entertainment and diversion. The very best local talent, is Included In the cast present- Ing this production. Mrs. J. W. Eschbach has returned to her home from a very pleasant trip to Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. William DeLong have returned to their New Jersey home after spending the holiday week-end with their parents and friends In Tyrone. Miss Anna Louise Putman of Thirteenth street spent tho week-end with friends in Altoona. The body of the late Mrs. Fred Robinson was taken to Lewlstown this morning when llnal services were conducted In St. Mark's Episcopal church at 2 o'clock. The services were In charge of her pastor, Rev. Clifford L. Stanley, assisted by tho rector of the Lewlslown church. Short services were held at the Robinson home, 800 Park avenue last evening at 7.30 o'clock by Rev. Stanley. Professor and Mrs. Norman Rya,n and son Norman, jr., have returned from a very pleasant week-end visit with friends in New York city and Asbury Park, N. J. The Amona class of the Grace Baptist church school will be en'.ertalned this evening at the home of Mrs. Orlando Leddy accompanied by Dabney Orr of Virginia, who are students at Bowman Technical school at Lancaster, spent the week-end at Mr. J UNI AT A Howard Prough on Pennsylvania ave- I Leddy's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. O..| nue. All members are urged to be t_,. Weaver. oona counc o. . s . Amerlc... had been specially Invited to ^hters got it under control. The tract the services and thev responded In |B owned bv the Irwin heirs. The large numbers. Mrs. Martin spondee! A. Foster, 802 East street, and Mrs. John Alnsworth were visitors In Philadelphia over the past week-end. T. L. Franklin and wife and Mrs. Fisher of Scottdale. were Sunday visitors at the Third United Brethren church rectory as guests of Rev. and Mrs. Farnsworth. So many girls have expressed a desire to join the Campllre Girls recently organised by Mrs. RelfHiiydcr. wife the pastor Salem Reformed :hurch that Mrs. Relfsnyder hns decided to endeaver to organize a second group. The leadership training class which has been In progress in Salem Reformed church the past two months or more will have Its final examination and lessons of the .series tomorrow morning and all aro urged to be present. Tho meeting night of East End Boy Scout troop No. 7, has been changed from Friday to Thursday. At the meeting last Friday night Gordon Blair, tho Bedford-Blair county executive, wan present and gave the troop an Interesting lesson In artificial respiration. The Woman's Missionary' association of Third United Brethren church will rehearse tonight for the play to be given In the church in the near future, and all members are urged to be present. Mrs. V. Cnrndii, 222 Kiist Bell avenue who was visiting her brother in Wilmington, Del., the past two weeks, has returned home. Thu Woman's Missionary association of the Salem Reformed church present. Mrs. Harvey Stewart is spending a vacation season with relatives and friends in New Jersey. The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary society of the First Methodist church will be held this evening at 7.30 o'clock In the social hall of the Sunday school building. All members are urged to be present for this meeting. The Hannah Huston Bible class of the First Methodist Sunday school will hold another of their very popular pot-luck suppers in the dining hall of the church Friday evening, Nov. 15, at 6.15 o'clock. All members of the class are urged to participate in this function and are prlviledged to invite one or more guests. All members should provide dishes and silver for both themselves and guests, along with the covered dish. A very prized addition to the attractive Interior decorations to the comfortable parlor of the new Sunday school building of the First Methodist Sunday school building, has recently been presented. This acquisition is a yery attractive photograph of the late Mrs. Hannah Huston, one of the outstanding Christian characters of the First Methodist church. This photograph was presented to the Bible class named in honor of this splendid Christ- Ian woman by her daughter Mrs. William Cohili, and Is encased in a most beautiful silver embossed frame. The class officers and members are keenly appreciative for this gift and have had It hung In the parlors, which were so comfortably and attractively furnished, 'as the contribution of the class to the new school building. LLYSWEN WIILIAMSBURG amount of tho damage done to the timber was not announced. Mrs. Rhoda Yeckley and daughter Catherine and Miss Mary YIngling were visitors at Altoona on Monday afternoon. The annual thank offering service ot the missionary societies of the. Evangelical Lutheran church was held on Sunday evening and the program presented was one of unusual helpfulness. Tho speaker of the evening was Mrs.. H. 'C. Michaels of Johnstown, vice president of the Allegheny synod Missionary society of tho United Lutheran church, who brought a very challenging message on the subject of missionary activities, having for her' theme, "Spi'ead tho Tidings." Mrs. Michaels substituted for Mrs. C. A. Troutman of Junlata, president of the synodlcal missionary organization, the announced speaker of the evening, who. was unable to attend by reason of serious Illness In her home.' 'Mrs.'H. E.' Kite, president of tho Krider Missionary society of tho local church, presided at tho service. Miss Dorothy Young, historian of the Krider Missionary society, presented an Interesting history of that organization, while Mrs. William Kirkham, historian of the Women's Missionary society, reviewed the history of tho senior organization. The Junior choir of the church led the singing for tho service. Another Interesting feature was given by four mothers, Mrs. Harris B. Gibboney, Mrs. Frank Yeckley, Mrs. Russell Gearhart and Mrs. A. C. Anderson nnd their young children. The thank-offering amounted to $20, to bo divided between the two senior and one junior missionary organizations of tho church. Tho meeting was largely The members of the Golden Rule class of the Llyswen Methodist Sunday school will be entertained this evening at a class meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert Bering of 206 Coleridge avenue and the president Mrs. Yoder requests all members to he present. Mrs. Lillian Fluke entertained the members of the E. O. T. club Friday evening at her home, 105 Wordsworth avenue. The evening was spent in a delightful way and a delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. Miss Mabel Kephart, clerk at the F. L. Zimmerman grocery store, had the misfortune to .break a bone in her left foot while at her work. She is confined to her home in Newry but is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olewine a;id son William spent Sunday visiting friends in Osceola Mills. Paul Clapper, who had his.right leg hurt while playing football and underwent an operation on the leg at the Altoona hospital, was brought to his home Wednesday evening and is doing Icely. Mrs. J. E. Wilt, who has been confined to her home, 110 Ruskin drive, by serious illness for some, time, is im- jrovlng slowly. Those who spent Saturday in Johns;own attending the football game were John Morrison, William Kelchner, Wiliam Hartman, John Edgely, Rev. B. E. Crltes, Mr. and Mrs. A. R, Olewine, William Olewine, J. T. Evans, Gwin Madara, .Max Watson, Don Calwell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bering, Inez Bering, Grace Drake, Verna Bering and William Hamilton. patronage Is solicited. LAKEMONT Those who participated were Thos who participated wern The homo of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Flick of Lot/, avenue was fittingly decorated yesterday in honor of Armistice day, Mrs. Flick having the porch beautiful with seventeen (lags, eighteen ferns and a wonderful display of scarlet (lowers. Tho place, was greatly admired by all who hud the privilege of seeing U or Ihosu passing by. Both Mr. and Mrs. Flick aro very patriotic and do not let any day go past without doing their share to show their piilrloUsm. Tho Brush Mountain Parent-Teachers association will hold their regular meeting In tho school this evening at 7.,'10. A splendid program has been arranged nnd II Is eurneslly requesled lhal all be present. Mrs. Viola Glass of First avenue was operated on Friday at the Mercy hospital, she bulng i na pretty serious condition. ROARING^SPRING Rehearsals for "The Story of tho Reformation," lo bo given Thursday and Friday evenings, Nov. 14 and 15, in Si. Luke's Lutheran church, aru being held nightly. All parts havu been assigned and much lino talent is biting developed. The pageant is being presented under thu auspices of thu entire i-hmvh with tho assistance of members of tho various churches of tbu community. Stirring music, strong dramatic HCCIICS, beautiful tableaux, and illustruled k-cluro combine in making an unusual und at- trnetlvu pageant. Thu must beautiful sri-ne No vie >f thu performance, "Nuns ami H Leaving the Convent," pie_ _.. ... j .seiits tlm libbers, Mr.s. Draper Mil- lor'of French in the Pittsburgh High i ll - >r - Kuylng farewell to thi> nuns and school, was a wanl^em! ul UIB 1 ""vices. The nuns urn Trussu UcIT- ' in.-r, (jlcndora Kmeigh, liertrudc. (Jill, Ruth l.iehcgutl, Sara tinU-.s, Maude. Uine.H, Sara Sr,iall£ Tile novices uru residence of her grumlmolhrr Mr.s. J-a lira L. Johnston and her aunt Miss Alary K. Johnston of 417 Wayne; .struct. ilr. and Mra. James B. Martin, who have resided in thu Hilemun apartment bouse on East Spruce street for tho past several wecits, moved lust week lo Broad avenue, Altoona. An important meeting of the .Sunday .school board of the First Methodlai ihurch will bo held on Wednesday evening al H.'M o'clock, in the lecture room of the church immediately following the mid-week prayer services. for service, butUfuctiun uud kavluf on ylasaev, see Dr. \V. ('. liruuiun, l'*iiy Bldg., opposite Court House. Adv. will sell chicken rice and corn soup attended. at tin! church on Wednesday. Public ' Fred Truxall of Belle Vernon, Pa., --' — - ' " " ' 1 was an over-Armistice day visitor with i friends at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Levl Miller and daughter of Fifth avenun spent Armistice day visiting with relatives and friends at Roaring Spring. Mr. and Mrs. William Feathers and son Earl and Mr, and Mrs. Dubler, all of Altoona, wore week-end visitors hero at the homo of Mrs. Feathers mother, Mrs. Mary C. Kuhn of West Fourteenlh street. Miss Mahel Kelly of 827 Third ave- nuo, this place, who is teaching school this term at Snow Shoe, Pa., has returned to resume her duties after Bpendlng tho week-end here visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kelly. llurvey M. Llebegott of this place and Altoona friends enjoyed a molor trip to Pittsburgh, where tho week-end was spent. Mr. und Mrs. Edward Parry of Roar- Ing Spring vlslled hero on Sunday at thu homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M Lotz and family of 818 Third avenue, Mrs. James Irwin of Fourth avenue has been confined to her bed for tho past several days on account of Illness. Mr.s. Irwin Is suffering with pleurisy. Mrs. Celiu Cochran, formerly of this place, who recently beciimu a resldenl of Altoona, was a week-end caller with rulutlves nnd friends here. Three members of the Harker Coor. club, a well known local organization of nlmrods, staged a successful 'coon clmsu on last Saturday night and returned with two line big fellows, on< weighing twenty pounds and the othei eighteen and a half. Two coon suppers wore planned, ono in Frunkstown und tho other here. The three nimrods who were members of tho successful hunt Ing group wore Jphn Harker of till, place, Fred Kuney of Frankslown and Sherman Harry of Hollidaysburg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart am family of Altoona visited here on Sun day at the home of his brother, Churlc Stewart of 1119 Fourth avenue. Tho score or moro of pupils from i-'or Tired I'lieuny iVct— Sien-Tiifick Health Shoes For Wuiiirn Built-in AVch Supporl.s, Oombiiiu- llon L^u. "AA" to "D" widlhs. No fuol loo hard to lit. LASSER'S S II O K S T O U E Hollltlujftburg, I'u. Detwiler. Mueki-y. Smith, PLEASANT^ VALLEY The auditorium of Grace United Srethren church was filled to over- lowing last Sunday night to hear the musical service as rendered by the Young People's Glee club, recently or- janized by Mrs. W. G. Hawk, wife oi .he pastor. The singing Sunday nighl was in chorus, solo, duet and quartet, each number being very well rendered Everybody is Invited to attend the social to be given by the Lowell Parent-Teacher association in tho school building this evening. On next Sunday at the Sunday schoo: and preaching services the congregation of Jaggard Methodist church wil otoerve the second anniversary of the organization. No special program is being planned although there will be some changes In tho order. In the evening Rev. G. S. Womer, pastor 01 tho Methodist church of Roaring Spring, will preach the sermon, PORT MATILDA Samuel Harshbarger, employed a tho Claysburg brick plant, has been promoted to foreman of the moulding department. Newry, resumed their studies this morning after a vacation extending from last Thursday afternoon. School sessions were suspended on Friday on account of a religious holiday and yesterday on account of Armistice day. Mrs. William Morrow and Mrs. Albert Grazier of Altoona and Mrs. Austin Morrow and daughter Elizabeth and Miss Fannlo Morrow of Arch Spring were visitors on last Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex C. Morrow at this place. { David Nalo of Lakemont was a Sunday visitor here at tho home of James Andrews. A group of local nlmrods composed of Samuel Marble, Charles Stoltz, John Conrad and Dr. H. A. Wright hunted in Huntingdon county beyond Petersburg on Saturday and met with some .success, returning with a number of rabbits and squirrels. Ralph Forsht and "Snaps" Neely of this place and Paul, jr., and Stiller Vlpond of New Portage Junction, were members of a group of students who motored to Gettysburg on Saturday to attend the Gettysburg - Muhlenberg football classic. Thursday evening a number of friends gathered at the home of Mrs. !va Etters and surprised her, having party in her honor, it being her birthday anniversary. The evening vas spent in playing games, social diversions and concluding with the serv- ng of delicious refreshments. Mrs. Otters was completely surprised to say the least and received a nice selec- lon of gifts to tip it off. Those present were Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Gralam, Mrs. Cora Howitt, Mrs. Paul lenderson, Mrs. Sherman Stout, Mrs. Vance Reed, Mrs. John Fay, Mrs. Roy Roller, Mrs. J. S. P. Reed, Mrs. Warren Lilly, Mrs. H. O. Snively, Mrs. D. C. Stone, Mra. H. R. Allender, Mrs. Earl Spackman, Mrs. Samuel G. Zimmerman, Mrs. Jesse Ford, Mrs. Leslie rluston, Mrs. W. B. Cunningham and daughter Emily Belle, Mrs. Flora Col- oert, and sister, Mrs. Bertha Thomas of Indiana/ Mrs. Fred Fay, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Grossman, Misses Grace Cook, Florence Clabaugh, Sara Hess, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Shultz and children Marie and Robert, Henry Bumbarger, Mrs. Eva Etters and daughters Lauraine and Lucille. , Elwood Detwiler of Juniata was an over-Sunday visitor with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Detwiler of South High street. The Dependable Daughters class of the Lutheran Sunday school, taught by Mrs. Charles Gunnett, held its monthly meeting on Friday evening at the home of Miss Mabel Royer, East Third street. The meeting was In charge of Miss Sadie Eastep. The -regular devotional and business program was used. A social hour with refreshments was very much enjoyed by the following: Mrs.Charles Gunnett, Mrs. H. R. Lantzer, Mrs. Roy Shultz, Miss Jennie Gokey, Mrs. Paul Wilkinson, Mrs. Paul Rearick, Miss Sadie Eastep, Mrs. Oscar Prough ,Mrs. Ross Lantzer, Vala Relgh, Mrs. Lloyd Wilt and Miss Mabel Royer. Miss Idella Louden of Pittsburgh spent several days with her sisters Mrs. Sadie Spealman and Mrs. Grace Sparr of West Second street. Nelson Huston of Warren, O., spent several days with friends and relatives In town. Nelson was a former resldenl of town and graduated from the Wil- llamsburg High school last May. Mr. and Mrs. Glair Hamer and two children of Junlata were over-Sunday visitors with the Mrs. Hamer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lang of neat town. Harvey Reed and sister Isabel of Blairsville spent a couple days with friends in town. They are children of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Reed and were former residents of town, moving to Blairsville about fifteen months ago. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ketner and two .children returned hqme on Friday evening after being called to Hamburg, Pa., because of the death of Mr. Ketner's father W. A. B. Ketner. The funeral service was held on Thursday morning and interment made. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Walls was called ,o Altoona on Friday evening because if the serious Illness and death of their daughter Mrs. Beulah Walls Wagner, vlfe of Raymond C, Wagner. Mrs, Wagner had only been sick one week when death claimed her. Rev. Claude Corl, a senior in thn seminary at Franklin and Marshall .•allege, spent several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Westbrook, East Third street. Mrs. Dora Gates employed Jn the inishing room of the paper mill has aeen off duty because of sickness, the past ten days, Miss Anna Simons and Miss Fay Wilkinson Vero visitors with relatives in Tyrone on Saturday and Sunday. William Berryhlll, who spent the past week with his son Edward at Coatesville, returned home on Satur- There will be a fneeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at the church. The president of the society asks that all members bo on hand as there are matters of Importance to be discussed. Miss Hilda Gllday, nurse in a Pittsburg hospital is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Banks Lego on Main setreet. Mr. and Mrs. Lego entertained at cards last evening in honor of Miss Gilday. Paul Karl of Akron, O., and Norman Harvey of Cleveland, O., spent the week-end at their Bellwood homes. The young men returned to Cleveland last night. Antis Township High school observed Armistice day by carrying out the following program: Devotional exercises H. N. Walker, principal; roll call, Onda McClellen, secretary; secretary's report; essay, Bernlce Parks; recitation, Raymond McClellen; piano solo, Lois Rltts; dialogue; Bertha Myers; "School News", Eva Taylor; vocal duet, Alice Detwiler and Beulah Mann; debate, Resolved: "That it is for the best interests of the United States should build and maintain a arger navy.": Affirmative, Irene Goss and Alfred Cherry, negative, Walter Webber and Nora Ross; song, "Amerca the beautiful," school; essay, Eunice Metzgar; puns, Inez Park; book review, Mildred Reigh; dialogue, Dolly Daniels; address, Rev. Dooley, song •America." In the grade schools veterans made addresses in the morn- ng and brief programs were presented by the pupils. GREENWOOD Donald Hartsock of State College and Miss Myrtle Dippery of Lewlstown spent Sunday at the home of Harry McGlynn at Oak Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cassidy of Oak Grove spent the week-end in Cleve- .and. Mrs. Carl Irwin spent the week-end with relatives in State College. Mrs. Harry Vipond is visiting friends and relatives in Ohio. Lewis Neidinger of Oak Grove has returned from Toledo, O., where he attended the funeral of a nephew. • Mrs. R. G. Markle and Miss Margaret Black spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rossman in Mifflinburg. Samuel Black and daughter Mildred, and sisters Margaret and Mrs. Thomas Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Markle and Miss Dorothy Shutt on • Sunday morning drove to Yellow Springs where they parked their cars and then walked over the .mountains to where Miss Aurandt was found dead some time ago. They followed the road Miss Aurandt was said to have followed when she had to make any purchases and pronounce it a most lonely and desolate locality. Cloyd Green, who is a patient in Altoona hospital with typhoid-pneumonia is reported to be slightly Improved. Next Sunday In Greenwood United Brethren church a revival to run a couple weeks will be opened, by the pastor Rev. H. B, Seese. Preparations for the revival have been under way for tho past month. Everybody in the community is invited to come to these services. The Woman's Aid society will meet in the church for work al day tomorrow. ('urry, (Jlady.s and lv:i Me.sdame.s Fluke ShueiifeU anil the Mi.sse.s (trace Liml- .sey, Marian Hurley, ICdythe llamni, l.eouoiu (itirvi-r nnd Thelimt Ayers. The. .seem: Is madu up ol historical ' dialogue, mu.iic:il numbers -and color- i till Tableaux. Thu beautiful "Avo Mario" will be .sung by Mrs. P. S. Meliee; "O Tender ami Sweet," Mrs. John Curry, and u trio "(.Joel's Love and 1,'iiru" by Mlaa Murlan Hurley. Mrs. C. 1C Nuuglo and Miss (!racu Llndsey. The .scene closes with u touching "livening Song to tho Virgin," sung by the entire chorus. Many ti* \et.s have already been .sold and seals aro being reserved at Martin's btore. Do nol fail to huvo .seats reserved. VKKMANKNT WAVK SPKCIAI. A bountiful nutiirul wave, only $3.50, Dunruiidville und vicinity who attend I complete, until Uer. 1. Mrs. Kthel Sel- Ihu SI. Palrlck's parochial school at ' wit*, (114 Third avenue. V l(OAKl.V(i Sl'lU.N'ti THKATHl'J "Thru Different Eyes" \ Talking Fk'ture \vltli Mary Duncan and Wurner BuxttT. Aluo Comedy. While on the Treasure Hunt Don't Kail to see rLIGHT Sensational All-Talking Drama of the Daredevils of the Air at the HIM III This Week Christmas Treasure Hunt Contest. A 0^&tfto#^J0jiUfi_ day. The Williamsburg High School Alumni association will hold a series of card parties in Dean's hall in the near future, the first one to be held on Thursday evening of this week. The parties are to be held for the benefit of the Alumni association. The public Is cordially invited and can secure admission tickets at the hall. They will be sold at a nominal sum. Walter Garvln, a teacher In the Altoona schools, was a week-end visitor at his parental home on East Seconc street. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Brehman and two children of Altoona were Sunday visitors with relatives in town. Mrs. George Allison and daughters Mabel and Helen of near Petersburg were visitors in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry K, Sollenberger and Ralph H. Wagner were visitors to Pittsburgh Sunday and on their return home brought the former's son Earnest, along, who lias been a patient in the Passavant hospital the past two weeks. The Ladies' ,Ald society of the Lutheran church will meet this evening at the home of Mrs. Millie Allison oi Woodbury township. Dr .and Mrs. E. H, Good spent the past several days in Philadelphia. Mrs. William Swisher has been confined to her home in Robeson's extension by sickness. Andrew Guerin, a freshman at Pennsylvania State college, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Guerin of GanisYer. Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan of Pittsburgh visited Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Morgan and family of Spring street. Fred and Glenn Gosnell and Miss Larue Thompson of Johnstown were Sunday visitors of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gosnell of Wesi Second street. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Clapper and mother have moved from East Second street to the house on West Firsi street recently vacated by Georgi Dewey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wassel Cramer have moved from the paper mill apartments on Canal street to the house in Wood bury township recently vacated by Harold Stayner and wife. Mrs. Sue B. Bain of 709 Sixth avenue accompanied by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Albert Hileman, Washington, D. C. are visiting at Mrs. Hileman's home n Washington. Mrs. H. L. Hollen and son Josiah of dountaindale are visiting with her mother, Mra. Junlata Martin, 906 Third avenue. The N. N. club waa entertained, 'riday evening at'the home of Mrs. J. i. Spencer, 907 Fourth street. The adles . spent a pleasant evening and he 'hostess served a delicious baked ean supper. The guests were Mrs. uniata'Martin, Mrs. Hugh Cowan, rtrs. A. W. Martin, Mrs. R. R. Bain, Mrs. C. M. Fasick, Mrs. W. Ray Marin, Mrs. Joe Burns of Eldorado. The Ladles' Guild of St. Peter's piscopal church will hold a cafeteria and social, in the church hall, Thursay evening. The Rosebud class of the Wesley Memorial Methodist Sunday school net Friday evening at the home of Miss Vera Way, 1417 Eighth avenue. 'he teacher, Mrs. Banks Ray and resident, Miss Frances Meckley pre- ided over the business meeting. A ocial hour was enjoyed, games and music being the features of the eve- ilng. A delicious luncheon was serv- d by Mrs. Charles Way, mother of he hostess. Others present were Myrtle Aller, Catharine Barrett, Elsie hooper, Pearl Keith, Isabel Soult, Helen McGraw, Gladys Pennington, Charlotte Rowlea. The honor guests vere Misses Dorothy Johnson and eraldine Meckley. The B. B. club will be entertained, Friduy evening at the home of Mrs. W. Ray Martin, 904 Third avenue. SOUTH _ALTOONA Edward Fowler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Fowler of 4037 Fifth avenue, has eturned to his duties in Philadelphia, n board the Pennsylvania nautical ichool ship, Annapolis, after spending leveral days with home folks. Miss Louise McGarvey has returned o her home at 3946 Fifth avenue, after spending several days with relatives n Pennsylvania Furnace. Miss Leona Hanley has returned to her home at 4041 Fifth avenue after spending several days with relatives n Greensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Downs of 4055 Fourth avenue are spending several days with Mrs. Downs' parents in Osceola Mills. George Zeak of 3923 Burgoon road was a week-end visitor In li-vona. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ellenberger and daughter Agnes and sons Billy and Thomas are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dawson in Clearfield. Miss Margaret Lafferty has returned to her home at 3932 Fifth avenue after spending several days in Philadelphia. Mrs. E. H. Davis of 3916 Fourth avenue wag a Friday and Saturday visitor in Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mays of Williamsburg were Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mays at 3613 Fifth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. William Treese, jr., of Lhe Schweitzer apartments are spending several days with Mrs. Treese's parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Shuey in Bellefonte,' Mr. and Mrs. Edward LeCompt and daughter of Fifth avenue and Thirty- eighth street are spending some time with relatives in West Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eastep and son George are visiting relatives in Trenton, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and family have returned after spending two weeks with relatives in Saxton, Miss Helen Thompson was a weekend visitor in Meadows, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Donnell and family are spending several days in Easton. / Mr. and Mrs. Charles Evans were in Johnstown, where they spent Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pierson and family are spending several days in East Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelley and son Dave are spending this week with relatives in Muncy. COLDS Power to Fight Off Why is it that some people never have colds? They are never laid up with serious illness. This power to resist disease is the result of proper nourishment. When the necessary elements to build this power of re- sistaiye are lacking in the diet, cod liver oil when given in palatable form as in Father John's Medicine will supply the necessary strength and power to throw* o!r the disease. Father John's Medicine contains the highest grade cod liver oil, so prepared that it is easily'taken up by the system and is pleasant to take. Father John's Medicine has had 75 years of success as a body building food medicine. It is used in 184 Hospitals and Institutions. FOR STRENGTH AFTER ILLNESS CANANJTATION An enjoyable meeting of the ladies' auxiliary to the Canan Station FIro company was held last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. A. K. Detwiler of near Bellwood, the ladies making the trip by automobile. Cars 'were assembled at the school between 7 and 7.30 o'clock and left from there. A social hour was enjoyed. Both Mr. and Mrs. Detwiler wore former residents and had been actively identified with the lire company. Both the Canan , Station and the Broad avenue extension schools were dismissed a little early Monday afternoon to permit children of the school to attend the Armistice day parade in Altoona. Early dismissal was decided upon when a large number of pupils asked to be permitted to view the parade. Mr. and Mrs. George Mickle who reside on the Luther farm on Broad avenue extension contemplates moving shortly to another farm located several miles from Newry. More than fifty members and guests of the Woman's Home Missionary society of the First Methodist church were present last evening at the annual thank offerlrfg meeting .of tha society. A covered dish luncheon opened the meeting and Rev. Banks invoked the divine blessing. While the folks enjoyed the delicious menu, the following program was rendered under the direction of Mrs. E. E. Stull, thank offering secretary. Several selections by the Sunday school orchestra under the direction of Frederick Garman; hymn, "America"; Mrs. J. C. McArthur of Altoona, district conference secretary of tha Woman's Home Missionary society, was the guest of honor and gave a fins talk on the home missionary work; vocal solo, Mrs. I. E. Smith, "Grossing The Bar"; reading, Miss Leona Fisher, "Sweet Sixteen"; piano duet, Mrs. Mary Kiner and daughter Harriet. A short business session was held at this time and Mrs. Fred Garman read the minutes of last month's meeting and also gave a report of the thank offering which was Very encouraging. Clement Hershey enter-* tallied with an accordion selection. The officers of the society were introduced and after one verse of "Blest Be The Tie That Binds," and the benediction, the meeting closed. The Ladles' Guild of the Holy Rosary Catholic church will hold their regular monthly business meeting this evening at 7.30 o'clock, in the parish N hall. Every member is urged to b»' present. The Juniata Chapter, American War Mothers will meet in regular .session, Thursday evening at 7.30 o'clock. The members are urged to be present for the nomination of officers. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, in the Y. M. C. A. parlor. The meeting will include a social tea, a special program and tha report from the state convention, recently held In Warren, Pa. The members and friends of the organization are cordially invited to be present. The C, I. C. class of the Presbyterian Sunday school will meet Thurs- sday evening instead of this evening as had been announced. Mrs. M. J. Wyper, Misses Mabel Boyles and Jennie Kinley will be the hostesss and a good attendance is urged. The Ladies' Aid society of the Grace Evangelical church will sell vegetable soup at the church, Thursday from 11.30 a. m. till 12.30 noon. The ladies will appreciate a liberal patronage. The Rainbow class of the Wesley Memorial Methodist church will sell doughnuts all day, Wednesday at the church. Orders may be phoned, to Miss Mabel Lee, dial 8076. The Mizpah class of Trinity Lutheran Sunday school will meet this evening in Trinity hall. The business session will be followed by a covered dish luncheon. A good attendance is requested. The Ladies' Bib)e class of the Wesley Memorial Methodist Sunday school met Friday evening at the home of the teacher, C. J. Kepner, 1506 Fourth avenue. After the business session, a social .hour was enjoyed, reading being given by Rev. and Mrs. Mellott and Naomi Kester. Mrs. Kepner served a delicious luncheon, t Those 1 present were, Rev. and Mrs. M. S. Q. Mellott; Mrs. W. E. Stahl, Mrs. R. L. Krater, Mrs. W. H. Stahl, Mrs. C. W. Kester, Mrs. Paul Kester, Mrs. J. M. Roles, Mrs. Daisy Vanzandt, Mrs. D. M. Rowles, Mrs. Winifred Tyler, Mrs. F. W. Cox, Ben and Betty Mellott, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kepner and daughter Naomi. The L. B. club held a masquerade party, Friday evening in Juniata No. 2 fire hall. Prizes were given for the best costumes and the evening was a delightful one. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ranck and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Zerbe and family, Mrs. A. S. Hamer. Mr. and Mra. A. B. Arble, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Matlack, Mr. and Mra. Carl' Matlack and family, Mrs. G. G. Wiley and daughter Viola, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fagley, Mrs. Cloyd Hoi- ton, Mrs. J. W. Kauffman, Anna Pressel, Don Cunningham, Mrs. Oakman of Harrisonville. A luncheon was served in keeping with the Hallowe'en season. The Wild Rose club was entertained, Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Anna Griffith, 625 Ninth avenue. The ladles spent a delightful evening, the hostess serving a dainty luncheon. Mrs. Griffith's guests were Mrs. Nellie Burket, Mrs. Grace Burket, Mrs. Clara Oesterle, Mrs. Louise Chestney, Mrs. Mary Suckling, Mrs. Helen Longanecker, M"s. Erma Hollen, Mrs! Mabel Wise, Mrs. Jennie Cox, Mrs. Jessie Showers, Mrs. Bertha Keen and M'ckey Martin. Mrs. Hugh Cowan and son Calvin of 800 Seventh avenue spent the weekend with her sons in Akron, O. FAMOUS Restaurant BETTER FOOD AT LOWER PRICES Next to Mountain City Bank HAS experience resources...cmd , behind if ttnsmeans PERFORMANCE Priced at $178 complete with ten tubes and sold on payment terms easy to meet. Winter Music Store MI! Eleventh Avenue

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