Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 6, 1930 · Page 22
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THB it »« f<e< STRESSED MUM. ELLIS President Tells Graduates the Education Should Enable Them to Do a Better Piece of Work. tfh« twelfth annual commencement *f th» J. l». Replogle High school at H*y Enterprise was appropriately ob- •MVed Wednesday night when twenty- three students, members of the clnss frf 1630, were awarded diplomas. The *3tercises marked the close of commencement week which Included three programs, the baccalaureate service Sunday night, class night, Tuesday, »nd commencement proper Wednesday night. The address of the evening was given by Dr. Charles Calvert Ellis, president of Juniata college, who chose for his subject, "What Education Can Do for Me." Dr. Ellis spoke briefly of the opportunities afforded for acquiring knowledge through our public schools and stressed the thought that the possession' of this knowledge entails many duties and responsibilities. The idea held by some of getting an education that they may escape hard work, is all wrong. For the man who Is truly educated Is not limited by an eight hour day nor seeking an opportunity to acquire luxury and wealth without effort. "Our education should enable us to do a good piece of work in a better way." said the speaker. The men who have really accomplished things In this world have been able to forget themselves and turn their attention to the particular duty at hand to the exclusion of everything else. In other words, they have been able to concentrate even to the extent of often being regarded as absent minded. The speaker emphasized the thought that the word "others" has always been prominent in education. Throughout the whole history of education has run the thread of service. Acquiring that we may be able to give, has been the watchword. Throughout his lecture, Dr. Ellis trtl *t Ml tatt aft* JnttffpWWd Ml remarks With Illustrations and humor thftt served to drive home his logic and make of the whole an address long to be remembered. The speakers who represented the class of 1930 and appeared on the program were Ixiulse Brumbaugh and J. Robert Longenecker. Both spoke in a pleasing and convincing manner and through their excellent presentation reflected credit upon the class and the school. The diplomas were awarded by the president of the board of education, P. B. Furry. Who in n few well chosen remarks congratulated the clnss and wished them the best as they went out in life. Following is the olnss roll: Kathryn Louise Brumbaugh. James A. Davis. John Emmert Davis, Andrew Vernon Detwiler, Merle C. Detwller, Charles J. Ebersole. Thelma Maxine Foster, Galen L. Furry, Kathryn Marie Hall, ftenfy O ««1t, OnArteg HellWl, Kennelh Hernhberger, Richard O. King, Sara Ruth King, George L.. koontz, J. Robert Ijongenecker, Samuel Elwood Metzger, William Pressel, Klda M. Replogle, Lillian Mae Smith, Emmert. Floyd Snyder and Ruth Viola Teeter. A NEW MEANING. LONDON—D. C. M., usually recognized us meaning Distinguished Conduct. Medal, also means "Don't Coma Monday," according to a boot repairer who said in court, that he got the "D.C.M." on Saturday, layed off Monday and was discharged Tuesday. PRINCESS AS WIFE. LONDON, June 6. — A charge of bigamy against Frederick Baker, bus i driver, brought to light tha£ he had I been married to a Russian princess. I His wife In court revealed that she I was the daughter of Prince Dlmltr Mescherskala, of Russia. She had. been working as a linen maid here under the name of Alia Dimitrevna Baker. Get this master blend of t world's best coffees^ Bosrul Coffee is the outgrowth of 99 years' recognizer! coffee leadership. Vacuum-packed. Its goodness cannot escape. Its rich, •* deep flavor conies to you actually oven- fresh. Wm. S. Scull Co?* Omdcn, N. J. Dayton. O. Iloc-hentcr. .N.Y. WHY DENY YOURSELF THE BEST COFFEE? Never known « fo miss Cup Cakes 2 for 5 C Freshness Guaranteed 1507-11 - AVENUE QUALITY FURNITURE CO. !)07 8th Avo. Dial 3-8350 •'.Tust n 1,1 tile Out of the Way, Bui f,ess to Pay" »w .5SS3 ^ '%W> et's all try woke-up food lw / (/ i new *? en All together! MotHer—fattier—youngsters— oldsters! Pick up spoons and dip into the crisp, golden wake-up food. Post Toasties!. Quick new energy in delicious form! Easy to digest—quick to release its stored-up energy to the body. Richly flavorful—easy to serve. Heap it up—golden, oven-fresh flakes in cool, nourishing milk or jcream. Mingle it with fruits or berries in season. 'Gloriously good—for breakfast—for lunch! A wake-up food the whole family enjoys. And serve !Post Toasties often as a wholesome supper "bite." How good to have the wake-up food always in the house! Order Post Toasties now 1 POST TOASTIES *T/ie TUake-vp litod A PRODUCT OF OJbNhKAL FOODS COK^OKATION L.~*x t> •«? &#XT r&* *3 -/ •& ^^-c,- « V a '&\ ***»* ">'/4 vr. *° ST ' J *IC m '^ ^/ \v i (at; \ m^ 0 :. , •'•m^^-.-',-: -••*" 7 71 f wckJyew A IMO, G. r.' M r ~ »Tasis. 11 7 iU^ STtt •»iilfcijii,;ifc .$ Altoona Mirror June 6,1930 M«NO Special Sale of Fresh Roasted SANTOS Coffce Victor Coffee A straight true Santos—for coffee drinkers who like a medium bodied, sweet drinking blend. Buy your Mipply of Coffee tomorrow at a saving of 2c per pound. Fr«h from the roatter for this sale. Taste It! . . . A Blend To Suit Every Coffee Lover! ASCO Coffee w. A rich, smooth heavy bodied blend. Especially adapt- fo^ 27C • f* ItJVrt ACMEul" percolator Tin Maxwell House Coffee Ib. 43c Boscul Coffee Ib. 45c SPECIAL J\*J^~ ->• . --ofes^ **z A Combination for Fun and Health Jap Rose Health Ball,va|ue $4.50^ i^l 6 Cakes Kirk's Flake White Soap i Package Kirk's Flake Chips a Cakes Jap Rose Glycerin Soap) 1 Cake Kirk's Original Cocoa Hardwater Castile $5.35 value for $1.89' While They Last! For Meat Satisfaction Buy your favorite cuts ut the nearest ASCO market— Quality that counts. Chuck Roast Cut from tender prime beef— any size to suit your need. Ib. Home Dressed Roasting or Stewing Chickens ^ Lean Plate Milk Fed Boiling Beef • <* I6c ^N^S^^X***^^ Veal Roast or Chops Cut from tlio Shoulder Genuine V r* a«m^% Spring i^amo Fancy Seedless Raisins Give the family their iron each day—Raisins make puddings, cakes, cookies and other pastries more delicious. 11 Oz. Pkg. Shoulder Roast ib. 280 Spiced Lunch Meat.. .y» lb. 2Sc Cream Relish Cheese, y$ lb. 12c Boiled Ham % lb. 23c Vitalac Cottage Cheese, lb., 18c Baked Berliner Loaf..% lb. 25c Pimento Cheese Loaf, % lb. 23c Home-made Weiners... .lb. 25c Dried Beef V a lb. 33c Fresh Cuban Pineapples 2 £* »9C <• Large ^ Size «-v/"^y. Fancy Slicing ~ Tomatoes 3 ±^? c New Green Cabbage Golden Ripe Bananas 5 "»• asc Imperial Valley Cantaloupes « Med. Size Fresh Green Cucumbers 2 for 9C Sweet Home Assorted '" [ Chocolates Bitter »\vect or milk coated—n week-end treat fur the family. Box ASCO Orange Pekoe s^S*^*i^^S**r**s**S^^r*^^^^ Delicious ASCO Teas for Icing! '/. I.b. I7c 1'kg. ASCO Black or Mixed Mi Lb.Pkg. '/i l-b. Green and White Golden Bantam or Country Gentleman • • 2 ^m 2§C Lima Beans 2 c ^ ^S\S******^**S**S***'*S*****i f *S^ f ***>***S^^ Campbell's Soups k >s^^>^v^ J ^vs^v^s^^^vVN^/x^^^^^^^>s u ^fc>^vv>^-**xxy»fcXS>N^N^NJX^v^^-^^>NXS^*^S^S^>ySX B ^X^S^S^>^S^V^^.^^ w ^^N^w^^^^S^^*^N^\XNXVXXXS^^^X^S^^V->^N^SXs/ VeKetable, Vegetable Beef, Chick- ^ en, Paa, Celery, Ox Tail,' Mock^L _ Turtle, Pepper Pot, AaparaRua andn^H Can* Consomme. ASCO or Del Monte Picnic Size Asparagus Tips A handy can for the picnic lunch- tender tips tor salads. Cans Pillsbury or Gold Medal Flour Lb. Sack Flour - 79c Prim Pastry Flour A soft, winter wheat Hour—• Mini quality 5 lb. Sack I8c "The Pick of the Ne«ts" ,* t s**s+ vl *^s^**s*s*v<»*s*^****^^ Choice Red Ripe Tomatoes 3 •^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ "The Finest Butter in America" ^k<% 43c 1 ^cgssRrrnn^r^ ™ Richland gutter lb. 40c C'tirtun of li EGGS Fresh Loose Eggs Doz. 26c Beverages anil Supplies for Making! No. 2 Cans (PRUNES As it breakfast dish It will ]>lciiuu each nioinher of the family anil tompt I lie in In rat mure before nturtlng on tint day's duties. New Lilt"""' 4SCO' : "=' Beverage , Itoot Btcr, fj It Oz. Rob-Roy Pale Dry Gingerale, 3 bottles 29c I'll), »o Cubd of ^1 Uottlo Ilciiubil f HottlcH SI.'JB • i'lus St Ui-jxisit <Jli.B«rul 0 , l.ln.c. Q uart * - """"'sX"""" Bottle le)C Hire's Root Beer or Gingerale Extract bottle 23c Beverage Bottles 28 oz. size; doz. 98c Bottle Caps pkg. of 144—23c Farmdale Tall Fig Bars 2 /fc I9c Post Toasties ....... 3 pkgs. 22c Shredded Wheat. .. .2 pkgs. 19c Palmolive Soap . .4 cakes 25c Heinz c i° Vinegar Pint I3 Quart 35 OC Swc-ct (jerkins. Sweet Heinz Roman MjXL , d| iSwoct MuBlu ,. di Soui . j af Pickles CJerUma and Chow Chow. Loose-Wiles Sunshine Specials! Marshmallow Dixies . . lb. 19c Krispy Crackers LB Pk g . ] g c Tliese I'rivfs Utfcrlue In Our Stores mid Muut iMiirliolb In Altoona und Vicinity.

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