Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 6, 1930 · Page 24
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 24

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•Qrv^F ^F Ml ^ m'*»^ i ^BB^^A ** K ^^TV WR CONVENTION Bltimehthal left on the Ponn- ania limited this morning for New S, La., where he will attend the al convention of the Travelers' tlve Association of America ns representative of post x of AI,, fW6Da. The sessions will be held f throughout the ensuing- week. "ttiers Will be sixty-five delegates Ittolh the posts In Pennsylvania and w Wkey will unite In Washington and I* *fc»ceed from there to New Orleans Oft a special train, aboard which there Will be delegates from all over the eastern states. Kn route they will stop for a day 'at Atlanta, Ga., where they will go on a round of sight-seeing, including a visit to Stone mountain where they tvlll see the figures of the leaders of the confederacy, carved from the rocks (if- «ffi Wie fttittfiffttft rive in Ne 1 * Orteafc* 6ft Surtday There are appfo*lm»tdly 148,000 members of the Travelers' Protective association in the United States. Post X in this city was organized about ten years ago with twenty members and It has grown until there are now 200 on the membership roster. MarX I. Jewott, manager of the Penn-Alto hotel, Is the president of the local post. MOUNT VNION ROTARY NAMES NEW OFFICERS MOUNT UNION, June 6.—At the last meeting of the Mount Union Rotary club, the annual election of the board of directors and club officers for the year 1930-1931 was held. The officers elected were as follows: President, C. V. Hackman; vice president, A. M. Robinson: secretary, B. Carl Wharlon; treasurer, W. W. Rum- Merger. The board of directors consists of C. V. Hackman, F. H. Dut- This stupendous sale opens today in nearly a hundred stores. Values are unequalled. $1 Down delivers these won- FREE! Straw Hat with this ALL-WOOL Master-Tailored SUIT The most popu- ular fabrics and models at a tremendous caving. Reduced from $29~50 FREE your choice of SILK DRESS with any COAT With any coat at $29.50 you may I'A . select any dress •<J'\.worth $11.77. FREE. $1 DOWN CREDIT CLOTH ING COTI 1507 Eleventh Ave. W. «. tfeCtelUJrti, & W. Adf* ) C. M. fttttmit, A. M. Robinson aM B. Dfel* fihtndt. The retiring pJjestfeJit, S\ H. Cut- Mnger, wa» elected delegate to represent the club at the twenty-fifth anniversary of the fotfhAlng; of Rotary at the International convenlon to be held at Chicago, June 23 to 27. A new member, M. L. A. Young, general manager of the Penn Central Light A Power company, was welcomed at this meet- Ing. BLIND PLAYERS WIN. LONDON—Blind chess players from the Worcester College for the Blind beat a team from the Imperial Chess club by ten matches to six. LOCAL WOMIW AS HURSIS8 two local girls recently graduated as honor students at the annual com* mencement of the Allentown State hospital school of nursing, Allentown. They are Miss Marie Serena Detwller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Det- wller Of 2918 Fourth avenue and Laura Kathryn Walter, daughter of O. W. Walter, former residents of Curry- vllle. The commencement exercises were held May 28. Miss Detwller took second honors In high average and proficiency and was historian of her tint ft*W4itfif fetitf. .^ r- Dttttltef's ftttftft afSjftf yet IWfefln v ftftfl later sfi« ekf)e'ct« to tafte additional training in obstetrical ntirelif At the present time she la enjeying a vacation at her home in this city. Miss Walter was graduated from the Morrisons Cove Vocational school in the class of 1927. She entered the hospital for training Aug. 26, 1927, and was secretary of her class for three years and chairman of committees for one year. She received second honors at graduation for being the besi psychiatry nurse. Friends who attended the commencement included G. W. Walter, Miss Walter's father, and her brother, Charles; Mrs. Rosella Bush of Curry- Gets Greasy Grime Like Magic! Hands greasy and grimy—nails black and gritty—then grab a cake of this magic, quick-lather soap—plunge into any water and in one minute work stains and stubborn, inground dirt have vanished—leaving hands really white and clean! This super-soap is made out of fine cocoanut oil—that's why it bursts into millions of bubbles the instant it touches any water—hard or soft— ' cold or hot. Contains no grit, no pum: ice, no harsh chemicals. Women say this new soap is kind to their skin—cocoanut oil is one of nature's best beautifiers. And it actually removes treacherous germs. •j See for yourself how different is this modern magic soap. Ask today for the big white oversize cake that costs only lOc. ist on Kirk's COCOA HARDWATER CASTILE Look for the red arrows on the wrapper JAMES S. KIRK & COMPANY, CHICAGO. U. S. A. w«t, r*rt feush, Df. «{ Jtifi* <.—f he college* and universities of the United States are turning out horde's of morons, suffering from various de- of HW fie suggest* th« gehools At- gentlemen out of their tempt to scholar's to get away from their i>res- «Ht tendency. You* iftpttftiti|l» 6* will show this* tnedera at yo«f rWjuest. M. Av*. National Headauaiters CLEVELAND. OHIO. Clover Farm Stores Give Telephone and Delivery Service The Progressive, Clean, Home Owned Stores LOOK FOR THE BRIGHT GREEN FRONTS. CLOVER FARM PAY SPECIALS JUNE 7th, 9th and 10th Rich, Creamy, Wisconsin Cheese .,. p~»25c Pure Lard, 2 «• 25c—3 Cans Tall Milk 25c ***s*s»^**s*s>**s*s*s^**s***^******s*s^^s***^s*s^^ Fine Western Flour Muslin Bag Clover Farm Butter, 2 **. *<* 89c A Very Special Price On Two Clover Farm Highest Quality Staple*. s w ^^s^^XSi'SX\yS^S/S<^S«'S^^*/S'*v^XsXN-'SX^^ Solid Maine Potatoes, per peck. . . .SOc — 6 16*. Bermuda Onions. .. .25c Clover Farm Bottled Pickles * v«*«« 3 *<»«'« 29c Clover Farm Pound Jar Peanut Butter *«• *«* 21c Libby's Apple Butter, No. 2 l / z can, 21c Grape Fruit, No. 2 can, 23c •^^f^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^ Try, or Buy Again at This New Low Price'. pint . . . 23c MfPint . . 23C Clover Farm Mayonnaise, * Clover Farm Relish Spread, Frantz 1 Lb. Fresh Pure Marshmallows *>«• *«*25c Creamy Chocolate Drops, 17c Lb.—And Our Sunshine Specials. A Crisp, Delicious Cocoanut Chip, Polo Bars, per Ib 25c National Buying Power Makes Our Clover Farm Candy Prices Rights California Cantaloupes, 2 for 25c—Fine, Ripe Pineapples, 15c Solid New Cabbage, 5 Ibs. 23c There /s a Clover Farm Store Near You Look! Look! Just received from the Boston Market. All new styles and patterns in straps, pumps and oxford ties. Colors White Patent Green Blue Tan Blonde Black Satin Alto a big ass or tment of sport oxfords in all colors. The Shoe Market 1436-llth Avenue - - - - Altoona, Pa. Save-Arch Combination lasts. Featuring Sport Oxfords. Black and white, beige and tan pat. and mat kid, in 16-8 Cuban heels. Also Mat Kid Pumps and Straps, Patent Ties, Patent Straps and Kid Ties Boys' and Little Gents' White & Tan Tennis Shoes All sizes. Blucher patterns at Infants 9 Patent l-Strap 5 styles to choose from. Size 1-8, at Ladies House Slippers at $1 95c Pair Pair! & Boys* Oxfords In black only, with steel clatter heels in three different patterns. Special at Twostylesat$3.85 Men's Black and Tan Oxfords In four new styles. Broad toes, leather or rubber heels at 2.95 Misses' & Children's Patent Straps, Ties All new styles and patterns. Sizes ti\'» to 2. Featured at $ 1«45 and » v

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