Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 12, 1929 · Page 31
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J^f^ptl^ ' , * , *-, t ' • . THE ALTOOMA MlRROlMTOSftAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1929 yPERFECT RECORDS • MADE IN SCHOOLS scrtodt,. Grade i—Richard Buchanan, Kenneth Ingram, Jack Mart:;, Ronald Minster, Jay Moran, Daniel Slep, Ray Smith, John Tomlinaon, Leonard Wolf, Edna Bowser, Louise Crum, ttileen Hart, Virginia McDowell, Freda Miller, Lucille Rockey, 'Dorothy Schroeder, Phyllis Shaw, Betty Shull, Rose Anna Smeal, Helen Snyder, Anna Jean Wagnei-, Alice Hirst. Kistler Harnlsh" Fred Hummy Fred Robbins, Leroy Ruggles, Albert Shope, James Sperry, Eugene Taylor, Louise Alwlne, Phyllln Brunner, Lorraine Cayman, Betty Logan, Naomi Miller, Frances Torimtore, Mary Tornatore, Tharon Wagner, Betty Yingling, Betty Barton, Gteraldine Decker, Vlclan Hammaker, Bernadine Hawn, Pauline James, Uorma LaCava, Betty McAllister, Josephine Nixon, Roberta Porter, Nina Rouzer, Jeanne Runyeon, Jeann* Selwitz, Shirley Scott, Alma Smith, Catharine Young, Robert Green, Robert Haldeman, George Hower, Bnbert Mierley, William Mitchell, Clovis Nedimyer, Eugene Raible. Grade 2—Helen- Ammerman, Audrey Crist, Mary Ehredt, • Olive Fletcher, Louise Glenn, Ruth Gtbboney, Cleo Hoffman, Margaret Kimberlln, Evelyn . Lower, Esther Pierson, Joel Stone, Glady* Wood, Raymond Clugh, Byron Guyer, Robert Hahn, Harry Plummer, William Roth, Robert Smith, Jerry Wagner, John Yost, Dean Bloom, Ralph Calvert, Anthony Ciocca, Richard Creamer, William Curry, Max Dodson, Wilbur Irvln, Charles Keirn, Richartt Koelle, Dale McDowell, John Nedihiyer, Raymond Noble, Harold v Soyster, Louise Brooks, Betty Burch- l inal, Florence Ciocca, Elaine Emery, WJfan Galloway, Audrey Klmberllhg, f Marjorle Lytle, Ethel McCurdy, Julia Robblns, Mlla Rouzer, Jane Stout, - Evelyn Wagner, Pauline Wertz, James Bloomfleld, Harold Bowser, Ernest Harshey, Glenn Houseman, John Russell, Jeanne Beeler, Mary Craine, Naomi Crawford, denevleve Haldeman, Betty Kaylor, Betty Lebo, Elva McGullough, Betty Miller, Tholma Orange, June Rlmert, Isobel Smith, Marian Snyder, Marietta Van Home, Anna Marie Weidman, Matilda Bradt, William SMACKS CRITIC Weidman. Grade 3—George Ci'eamer, Lambert Dejaiffe, Kenneth Dodson, Donald' Hoffman, Paul McCloskey, Jack Perry, Louis Seidel, John Shul), William Stevens, Norris Tobias, Kenneth Walter, Helen Brunner, Betty Galhoun, Dorthea Dodson, Esther Endres, Jane Felty, Jean Grove, Gladys Hurley, Betty Irvine, Marjorie Lightner. Vivian McTavish, Phyllis Pierson, Nellie Shamas, Betty Zolgler, Howard Ansllnger, Harry Carls, Billie Corboy, Robert Delozier, Fred Greene, Harry Gwin, George Hunter, Charles Kearney, Herman Klmberlin, Jay Laughlin, Blair Runyeon, Edgar Soyster, Edward Weaver, David Wilt, Twila' Aber, Betty Burley, Rebecca Emery, Louise Hamer, Here's one nctresj who struck back at a critic—literally. When, In n crowded restaurant, she met a newspaper writer In London who WRK hostile to her performance In mi American piny, pretty Ulllaii Foster, above, of New York, said, "You deliberately Insulted me and I am going to Insult; you In the only way you can understand," Then she slapped htm resoundingly • on each cheek. Louise McCann, Dorothy McGregor, Blanche Helper, Marjorle Roblgon, Thelma Skelly, Samantha Vaughn, Marian Warripler, Charlotte Sheffer. Special—John Birley, Roy Bennett, Ben Fletcher, Fred Lockard, Howarfl Shaal, Harold Shaal, Raymond Shaal, Annie Tornatore, IRVING SCHOOL, Grade li-Naomi Dunn, Helen Feathers, Fay Golden, Constance Hoover, Virginia -Kay, Jean Lees, Kanalla, Margumfjfnus, Ruth E. Mock, Flqrine Royer, Betty Schilling, Eva Showalter, Joan Snyder, James Askey, Robert Black, James jaeffley, Elvln Pet- wiler, Theodore Fasano, - Vincent Hooper, Jack Louoks, Herbert Nlcode mus, Harry Noel, Leila Bartow, Betty Brubaker, Betty Humerlok, Edith Kuhn, Helen Marzucco, Dolly Fpwley Elizabeth Shugarts, Phyllis Thomas Grace Whitefleld, Barbara Woodring Francis Bastian, John ' Ballon. Lambert Deeter, Ward Ferm, Junior : Frye Pfank - Goodman, Robert Kauffman, Glenn Kaup, Kenneth Counds, Irmy Jlrely Betty Caster, Mary Clemens, reart Findley, Harriet, Gill, Lots Harps- er, Louise Kay, Batty Kissel, Pauline McGafvey, Helen McGirk, Betty Miler, Madeline Nagle, Agnes Reeder, Virginia Weaver, Richard Barto, Robert Bigelow, John Gracey, Robert daillard, James Shields, Harry Thompson,' Miles Thompson, CInir Hileir.an. Grade 2—Margaret Boltz, Viola Ca Id- well, Cheerful Crlswell, .Harriet Helms, 31myra McCready, Mary B. MuHser, Janet Negley, Virginia Nickpln, Mina Rudastll, Patricia Shaw, Phyllis Wagner, Ruth Wltherow, George Bcnrd, 3harlea Detwller, John Dunn, ilchard Eokhart, Daniel Filer, Bernard Hoover, Alexander Ireland, Clra- iam Ireland, Thomas McClellan, Eu- ;ene McNulty, Robert Marzucco, Mer•111 Martin, Walter Rock, Norninn Schmerbeok, Paul Smith, Arthur 3ally, Jack Gregg, Burton Hesser, _,eonard Hoover, John Lazinak, Sheldon Lukehart, Robert McClellan, Glenn tfyers, Roy Miller, . Georgo Pounds, John Simpson,' Fred Stapleton, Lois Ashburn, Isabel Barto, Ethel Dntwiler, Emma Decker, Betty Grassenhoover Wary Hobson, May Belle McGarvey, Ethel Rigg, Martha Shields, Betty 3mlth, Florence Thompson, Madaline Wills, Dorothy Wills. Grade 3—Pauline Bastian, Pauline Caster, Helen Cherry, Louise Condon, Mary Lukehart, Doris Norton, Gloria Rltc'hey, Audrey Wakefield, Robert Detwller, Luther Dodson, James Fortin, Stanley Harley, George Myers, William Tressler, Delbert Deviney, Chalmer Detwller, Earl Gains, Howard Rudaslll, Lynn Sharer, William Shugarts, Donald Stitt, Logan Straw, Vi- vian Benner, lona, Colley, Dorothy Frye, Mary Hlleman, Devona Johnson, Fae Knepp, Eleanor Lytle, Althen, Royer, Jean Rudaslll, Lillie Showalter, Lois Smith, Betty W»gner. Grade 4—William Bell, Miles Caldwell, James Consalvo, Robert Daugherty, Fred Davis, Ray Detwller, Joseph Ha'mainy, Monroe Hill, Junior Hollobaugh, William Jamison, Fred McGarvey, Edgar Stegmeir, Harbert Weldel, Mabel Colby, Mnrlan Helms, Betty Hirst, Florence Hoopes, Eleanor Hoover, May Ireland, Milllcent Jones, Pauline Kissel, Wilda Kotsarides, Athona Murgumanus, Anna Stoner, Audrey Wagner, Paul Feathers, Ralph Feathers, Regis Feathers, Leroy Hess, Ray Ickes, Earl McNulty, John Nic.0- demus, William Rouzer, Glenn Ryan, Gerald Stapleton, David Warfield, John Weamer, Irvin Winters, Shirley French, Roxle Hollen, Marlon Leslie, Mary Jane Simpson, Mary Reeder, Catharine Wilson. Grade B—Mary Louise Boltz, Naomi Clemens, Louise Dodson, Lorma Fonner, Ruth Gorsuch, Betty Jane Hill, Carolyn Hunslnger, Irene Kelly, Linda Love, Dorothy Myers, Alice Rentzell, Mary Rigg, Jane Summers, Howard Anderson, Thomas Crisswell, Raymond Feathers, Simpson Knepp, Robert Marsden, Dean McBurney, Dean Me Garvey, Gordon Miller, Donald Nlco- demus, Charles Noel, Gall Priest, Irving Schmltt, Genevleve Funk, Martha Hirst, Cleono. Merrills, Laura Powell, Rose Robison, Ethel Rudisill, Mildred Sheets, Alma Stahl, John Blggard, Frank Caster, Leroy Cherry, Frank Consalvo, Billy Davlx, Francis Lockard, Dean Miller, Harold NIco- dnmus, Aubrey Nonemakw. Jack Pip- part, Scott Swope, Jack Tennant, Daniel Weidcl. Grade 6—Gerald Colby, Frnd Goosey, Frank Glboney, Donald Jankson, John Marzucco, Donald McBurney, Leonard Rock, Paul Rudasill, Alma Cnputo, Catherine Caster, Elizabeth Dewald, Dorothy Eamlgh, Rose Hanainy, Ado- linn Haversteln, Blodwyn Jones, Retta Lynch, Virginia Swanner. WOODROW WILSON" SCHOOL. Grade 1—Lcnore Bolgcr, Betty Miokel, Gladys Johnson, Rosly Rosskopf, Nicola Bell, Robert Bolger, John Filer, James Fitzgerald, Raymond Fluke, Donald Greenlch, Elmer Holton, Mervln Kellar, Voryl McKolvey, Allen Robinson, William Silver, Francis Shope, Donald Wolfe, William Wey- nndt. Grade 2—Joseph Bell, Harry Charlesworth, Miles Gottshall, Clalr MoKel- vey, Donald Stiver, Rose McComble, Mary Mentzer, Doris Rlshe, Lorraine Robaugh, Carmella Ventre. Grado 3—Alvln Daughenbaugh, Albert Greenlch, John Keller, Robert Plncin, Glenn Robaugh, Thomas Ventre, Dorolhy Black, Malvlna Crlder, Ruth Endress, Marjorle Filer, Martha Filer, Yonnln. Grace, Marian Holton, Elaine Hunter, Ruth Kemp, Mildred Leader, June Mentzer, Leah Miller, .nnit Niokoift, Florin* Nye, Lorraine .effner, Charlotte Robinson, Mary entrti. Grades 4 and 5—Clair Cashman, Wilur Decker, Harold F.lckea, Lester ohnson, Charles Shope, Harry Smith, lobert Snobcrger, Tommy Snyder, :arold Weamer, Patricia Brown, Mayo Daughenbaugh, Viola Dftughen- augh, Bally Jane Faslck, Dorolhy aslck, Helen Fluke, Pauline Fluke, ladys George, Irene Hollen, Dorothy loovor, Lois Hunter, Miriam Keller, •irglnla Laytori, Helen McCftbe, Mary rfullen, Mary Prough, Marian Sno- erger, Marian Snyder, Betty Woy- ndt, Mario Venire. Grades 6 and 7—Betty Brown, Mararet Chnrlesworth, Eileen Daughen- augh, Anna Endress, Ruth Glasgow, arah Heaton, Betly Maklbbln, Lois icComble, Clara Kathryn Miller, Irene iakerd, Naomi Robinson, Edith Shope, Goldie Stiver, Lutheda. Van Orman, ACIDINE never fajla to relieve safely, surely and. swiftly—IND1GKH- TION, ACIDOSIS, GAHSINKSS, SOUR STOMACH; SICK HHAU- ACHE.ApID STOMAOH,OHtlO.V- IG CcijfSTIPATlOtf, HEAD COLD3 AND ACID RHEUMATISM. It alkalizes, balances exceas nclcl, keeps the whole digestive system sweet and clean. ACIDHNE la the only porfeot, modern anti-acid which la combined -with japlase, ft powerful starch rliteataiU. Boothlng to the atomach anil Intea- tlnal membranes. Monoy bi>ck Biiar- nntee. At all rlrugglatFi, or write Health Laboratories, Inc., Pittsburgh, p». • ACIDINE Eleanor Irvln, Alma Porter, Lois Stiffler, Catherine Yingling, Chester Crawford, John Oreightoni Robert Gray, Evan Jones, Alfred Mangus, Joe Marzucco, Buddy McNaughton, Kenneth Miller, Robert Selwitz, Harold Smith, Andrew Tornatore, Richard Wolf, Orville McCartney, William Soholl, Fred Everts, Adaline Boorman, Kathryn Byron, Madaline Cor- bln, Helen Emery, Jean Mallory, Ruth Orange, Elaine Over, Doris Runyeon, Jane Wilbur, Louise Yingling,, Pauline Isenberg. Grade 4—Harold Harner, Claude Harr, Jack Hauser, James Kent, William Luse, Harry Minster,. James Moran, Harry Rainey, Ralph Rentzell,William Rouzer, Karl Thompson, ) James Young, Evelyn Cherry, Marilyn Clugh, Jean Corboy, 'Marjorle Decker, •Harriet Karldes, Dorothy Lebo, Louise Lockhard, Anna Miller, Geraldine Mummy,' Shirley Patterson, Elizabeth Potter, Marjorie Raible, Grace Raeluf, Susan Sayers, Miriam Tlppery, Margaret Weidmann, Mary Jane Yergy, Walter Alloway, Gerald Brown, Frank Buchanan, William Dublin, Alva Duqk, James Gardner, William Cayman, John Kane, Harry Keith, William Martin, William Elummer, Glenn Reffner, William Wagner, "Chalmers Wilson, Clara Bradt, Edna Carls, Rosella Corbin, .Marjorle Funk, Betty Haas, Anna Clare Heraperger, Mary Haldeman, Kilty Hower, Shirley Jaap, Jean Kauffman, Adele Lotz, Anna Marzucco, Betty Jane Mo- Cahren. Dorothy Slep, Mary Snyder, Bernice Swartz, Leona Wolf, Varna Wolf, Lois Wood. Grade 6—Arlhur Hammaker, Donald Holdman, Carl Houseman, Donald Knopp, David Shaw, Ray Smith, Walter Smith, Emily Ammerman, Isabel Delozier, Marian Ehrenfeld, Helen Galloway, Gertrude Gates, Addalene Luther, Mary Louiae MqCormiok, Betty McNaughton, Anna June Thompson, Jane Wagner, WllUs Chil- cole, George Gardner, Wesley Cardner Charles Hicks, Donald Hleka, Dick Hoffman, Walter Jaap, Aldpn Keech, Crlmpson Kemperltng, Bob McAllister, Henry Selwit*, Hewitt Shaw, Thomas Sunderland, Elwooa Weyandt, Edna Beck, Gladys Bloom- Held, Miriam Brubaker, Marjorie Ingram, Marjorle McNoldy, Madeline Rltchey. Elolse Runyeon, Louise Smith, Evelyn Yingling, Vera Young. Grade 6^Ca.therine Berndt, Rulh Dale, Helen Elchelberger, Dorolhy Frees, Thelma Hawn, Helen Hoffman, Irene Kough, Naomi Lebo, Mary Mak- dud, Dorolhy Mummey, Erma Shaeffer, Edps, Shtpplett, Dorothy Shull, Virginia VanZandt, Cleo Wharton, Ruth Glboney, Edgar Greene Donald Hersperger, Albert Myers, Robert Plummerf Robert Rhone, Sheldon , Savage, Curtis Wolfe. / Grade 7—Thomas Aminerrflan, ROD/ ert Corby, Raymond Duck, Jack Field, '' ^-Belmont MqNoJdy, Mervll NorrU, Rob- Irt Snyder, Duana Wirth, Mary Jane Ammerman, Virginia Bowers, Martha Calvert, Olive Carls, Margaret Hauser, Mildred" Hollab&ugh, .Dorothy Isenberg, Elizabeth Mclntyre, Margaret Maynen, Jane Miller, Ruth Nearhoof, Frances' Sehroeder, Marjorle Shull, Gladys Smith, Leah Smith, Loulsq Snively, Richard Alken, Harold Ammerman, Jack Beck, Edward Bloomfield, Japk Eddy, Raymond Glass, Roy Harshey, Ralph " Heraper^er, Gerald Japp, Henry Jaspqr, Robert tightner, Gerald McCahren, Robert Miller, Kenneth Mocl{, William Peterson, Henry Schum, Richard, Shaw, Robert Wilt, Virginia Carter, Betty Gilmartin, Margaret Keith, Marjorie Knepp, Your Sweetheart Returns IN A MORE COiLORFUL ROMANCE THAN EVER 50% NATURAL COLOR 100% MUSICALx=H GORGEOUS GIRLS—LIFELIKE COLOR JOHN McCORMICK presents Cr,t!AnEST AND BKST SOUND EQUIPMENT IN TOWN CONTINUOUS FROM 11 A. 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