Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 13, 1929 · Page 10
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, November 13, 1929
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10 THE ALTOONA, MIRROR—WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1929 Church, Society and Fraternal SOCIETY NEWS Mrs. Roy C. Miller of 1203 Fourteenth nvenun will entertain the mombers of tho Bunco rlnb nt her home tomorrow evening nt 7.30 o'clock. All members of the club aiv r<>(|iipstod to bc> present. • -c • Dorecn Rcbnknh lodgp, No. 318, requests all members of the <lrgi-ee Htuff to be present, thin eveiiinK "I 8.30 o'clock in the loilgi! room.M nt 1102 Eleventh street for spcrltil drill. .—o — The seventieth anniversiiry of the Altoona enenmpinnnt. No. 1H9, of the Independent Order of Odd KellowH will bo celebrated in the enntnn hall nl ....eiM.1 street this evening at 7.30 o'clock. A splendid program h;ifl heen prepared for the occasion and all Odd Fellows. Daughters of Hebekah and their friends arc cordially invited to be present. At the meeting of the St. Mark's guild held last evening, all arrangements were completed to hold a card party In the Catholic High school auditorium on Tuesday evening, Nov. 26, at 8.30 o'clock. The proceeds are CHURCH NEWS Today's Choice I'.v IIA IK) I,I) IlKl.f, WlttUHT Novelist II. H. \Vrlulit Innsinucli as yc did .it unto 0110 of , , , Ihn.scj My brethren, even these least, for the benefit of tho orphans iiH.vlnm | ve dld it unto Me.—Mnlthew 25:40. at Crcsson. Bridge mid BOO will he featured during the evening itml I hi' patronage of the public Is cordially •elicited. —• o The suburban hnme of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Hiillcr of East liollldayshiirg WHS the scene of n happy birthday party on .Saturday, Nov. II, when their daughter, Kleiinor Louise Mailer, celebrated her tenth birthday anniversary. The main feature of the iifternoon was a huge birthday cal:e. (James and music were enjoyed and the hostess eervcd a delicious luncheon In tho early evening. Those present were: And beliolil, a certain lawyer Blood up and made trial of Mini, saying, Teacher, what Khali I do to inherit Jternal llfo? And Ho said unto him, What is written in tho law? How •eiidest thou? And ho answering said, Thou shall love tho Lord thy God vlth nil thy heart, and with nil thy soul, and with all thy strength, and ivllh nil thy mind; and thy neighbor is thyself. And Ho mild unto him, rhou hast answered right: this do, ind thou shall live.—Luke ]0:20-28. Dorothy .Smith, Maxine Campbell, M--v Lyons, Nellie Smith, Catherine Bnoberger, Lillian McMautcr, Cora Sii.i.v, violet Smith, Susan Walter, Janes Halier, Anna Walter and Eleanor Louise Halier. ... o— A very enjoyable birthday and Hal- lowe'en parly was held at the home of Mrs. J. A. HuHscll of 2023 Fifth avenue on Friday evening. Nov. 8, In honor of the tenth birthday anniversary of her grandson, Harold Miller. Tho evening was spent In -playing games and music and at a seasonable hour, delicious refreshments were served. Those present were-: Louise Lafferty, Virginia Westbroolt, Stella Bower, Delia Anno Maddoeks, Naomi and Marian Dumm, Peggy Tyler, Ber- nadlne Glasgow, Evelyn .Speacht, Sylvia Jones, Fred Nale', Hlchard Brumbaugh, Melvin Acker, Paul Hoffman, James O'Kelff, William and Rob- trt Westbroolc, Elmer Kiihn, Unbelt and Carl Fasic, Harold Brede, Fred Wlttmor, Harold Miller, Mrs. Russell »nd Mrs. Edna Miller. ~o— The home of Ira R. Long \vns the scene of gaycty on Saturday evening, Nov. 9, when a large number of friends and neighbors gathered lit his home to surprise him on his birthday. Tho evening was spent in dancing and playing games and at a late hour, delicious refreshments were served. Those present were.: Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Blddle and granddaughters Martha and Clea and daughter Pauline, Mr. and Mrs. S. IS. Long and grandchll- ren, John and Ruth Long and Joo Neumeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wcstley Clemens and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Long and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Blddle, Mr. and Mrs. -Ivan Holleran, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Deitrlck, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Merrills, Mr. and •Mrs. Duffey Dugan and daughters Anna May, Arlene and Geraldlne, Mrs. Richard Rlnn, Miss Elizabeth Rlnn, Mrs. Homer Smcllzkor, Miss Thelma Smeltzker, Mr. and Mrs. William Widely and daughter Marjorle, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cashman, Mr. and Mrs. Owen McCarthy, Jack Sharbaugh and William Long. INSTITUTES NEW POST. A delegation of members of the James L. Noblo post No. II, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will go to Huntingdon next Monday night, where a new post will bu Institulud. The band, under the leadership of Thomas McFnr- land, will accompany the, members and local veterans will furnish entertainment. Arrangements for tho trip were made at a meeting of the Noble post last evening. Tho life Is moro than food, and Iho )ody than tho raiment.—Luko 32:Zi. ('o mine n I. 'To me, this sentence expresses what—with no Irreverence—1 Illte to think of as tho earthly philosophy of fesus. As a single grain of wheat liolds a germ of llfo which is capable of producing all tho bread the world will ever need, Ihls saying holds Iho vital germ of all that Jesus taught concerning man's right living here on earth." (Compiled by the Blblo Guild.) TlmrHcliiy: Judge Franklin C. Iloyb of tho children's court, Nciiv York city. CORNERSTONE OF NEW STATE BUILDING LAID HARRISBURG, Nov. 13.—The cornerstone of tho new $4,000,000 education building In Capitol park was laid by Governor John S. Fisher yesterday. The governor could not make his voice heard, on account of the noise of riveters working on the building's steel framework. Governor Fisher was aided In placing the stone by Dr. John A. H. Keith, superintendent of the department of public instruction, Frank St. Clalr, jr., chief engineer, and Benson E. Taylor, Hecrctary of the department of property and supplies. A copy of the school code, a biennla report of Superintendent Keith, and copies of Pennsylvania newspapers, were placed In a box inside tho stone. The Whosoever Prayer group will meet tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock at the home of Mr. Means of 705 Twenty-first, street. The public is cordially 'invited to attend these mcel- Ings. The Ladies' Aid society of the Eighth Avenue Methodist church will hold a cafeteria In the festal hall of the church tomorrow evening from 4.30 o'clock to 7.30 o'clock. The patronage f the public Is cordially solicited. The Undenominational Prayer and 'raise group will meet, tomorrow evo- ilng at 7.30 o'clock at the "ome of Martin McKlnney of 719 Nineteenth treet. The Gospel message of the evening will be brought by L. H. Hunt and the public is Invited to attend this meeting. —o— The Golden Fellowship class of the 'ourth Lutheran Sunday school will lold its monthly meeting tomorrow evening In tho church. Mrs. Cherry and Mrs. Rcllly will be the hoslesses or tho evening and all membera of the class are urged to be in attendance. —o— The regular business meeting of the Fl. P. Alto's Bible class of tho Grace Vtethodlst Sunday school will be held .omorrow evening at 7.45 o'clock'in the church. The hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Glbboney and Mrs. Celno. All members of the class arc isltod to be present. —o— The Lakemont Union Bible study and prayer meeting group will meet tomorrow evening at tho farm home of Mr. ind Mrs. W. E. Hoenstlnc, near the :ounty home. Rev. Frank Williams, pastor of tho mission, will bring the nessage of thie. evening. The public s invited to atlend these meetings. The Women's Missionary society of the Christ Reformed church will hold, ts monthly meeting on Thursday evening at 7.45 o'clock. The study for the evening will be conducted by the pastor, Rev. Charles D. Rockel. "Christ at the Round Table" will be the subject for discussion and the meeting is open to all interested in this kind of work. Class No. 20, taught by Mrs. M. L. Hess, of the Simpson Methodist Sunday school will conduct a bazaar at the parish house at 2210 Sixth avenue on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 14 and 15, from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Art goods, aprons, boys' and girls' clothes and other articles will be offered for sale at inexpensive prices. The patronage of tho public is cordially solicited. The revival meetings being held by tho Mennonito Brethren In Christ church at 2321 Bcale avenue are continuing each evening at 7.30 o'clock with strong gospel sermons by the evangelist, Rev. H. M. Metzgar, who preaches a definite experience of salvation 'from sin, a life of obedience to the will of God, and the near approach of the coming of the Lord. A children's meeting was held this evening at 4.30 o'clock under the direction of Rev. Homer Clauser. The monthly meeting of the Men's Missionary sociely and brotherhood of the First Lutheran church will be held 1 n the Sunday school room of the church on Friday evening, Nov. 15, at 7.45 o'clock. This meeting will of special Interest to the Lutheran men of this locality as Rev. J. W. Knapp, D. D., executive secretary of the Brotherhood of the United Lutheran church of America, will be present and will speak in connection with tho brotherhood work. The men of the Lutheran churches of the city and surrounding towns have been invited and a large attendance is anticipated. —o— The monthly and annual thank offering meeting of the Women's Missionary society of the First Lutheran church will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, in the Henry Baker class room of the church. A program and social hour will follow the business session. Jn the evening at 7.45 o'clock, a combined meeting of all of the societies of the church will be held in the lecture room. Sister Laura Gilliland, Lutheran missionary o nfurlough from Africa, will be the speaker of the evening. All ladies belonging to missionary societies in the city are invited to attend. ALL PLANS^'COMPLETED FOR MAMMOTH AFFAIR All arrangements have been made for the mammoth card party and dance to be held in the Knights of Columbus home at 1508 Twelfth avenue tomorrow evening by the combined societies of St. Mary's Catholic church for the benefit of the church. The societies active in sponsoring the affair are: Ladles' guild, L. C. B .A., Young Men's association, St. Joseph's society and the Knlghls of St. George. Taking the affair which was held two years ago as a precedent, tomorrow evening's party and dance promises to duplicate the former. Tickets are being sold and those wishing to purchase same can do so at Burgeon's drug store at Seventh avenue and Twelfth street. The card party is scheduled at-8.30 o'clock and pinochle, 500 and bridge will be featured. Prizes of a high order will be awarded. Dancing will be enjoyed from 9 to 1 o'clock and the services of one of the best orchestras In the city have been secured'to furnish music for the occasion. The public is cordially invited to attend. LUTHERAN SYNOD ELECTS OFFICERS AT CONFERENCE LEBANON, Pa., Nov. 13.—The Lebanon conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Eastern Pennsylvania, now meeting here, has elected Rev. V. E. Apple, Annvllle, president, it was announced today. Other officers are: Rev. Eugene S. Keller, secretary, and A. G. Boger, treasurer. PATftONSIN INTERESTING MEETING The Franklin Parent-Teacher association held Us regular meeting on Monday evening and enjoyed a fine address give by Professor S. Knisa of the Junlata schools. The session was called to order by the president, C. M. Houpt and "America" was sung by the assembly with Miss Confer as piano accompanist and Miss Shope as leader. Prayer was led by the president and short business session was held. Professor Knlss spoke on the "Forward Look to Education, Character, Health, and Correct Literature for the Child." The first grade, taught by Miss O'Toole, gave a rehearsal on everyday reading. The Altoona Kazoo band rendered several selections for the entertainment o£ the patrons attending. The attendance prizes were awarded to Miss O'Toole's room on the first floor and Miss Evans' room on the second floor. The ladies comprising the membership in the Kazoo band are as follows: Leader, Miss Ethel Foreman; pianist, Miss Freeda Marshall; drums, Miss Laura Alloway, Mrs. Miriam Foreman, Miss Mary Philips, Mrs. Lydia Hoffman, Miss Gertie Kite, Miss Willetta Bouch, Miss Ruth Ellenberger, Miss Mabel Newberry, Miss Myrtle Civils and Miss Bertha Wampler. BAKER PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION TO MEET The monthly meeting of the Baker school Parent-Teacher association will be held at the school building at Llyswen tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock. All arrangements for a fine program have been made and will be presented by the school children. The following program will be rendered: Song—"Sweet and Low" Children Devolional services Assembly Son g_"My Old Kentucky Home,' Children Folk dance Third grade pupils Address—"Books," ' Miss Annie Campbell Song—"Annie Laurie," Children Business session Patrons The patrons of the school are asked to note that this meeting will be held at 7.30 o'clock on account of the school children taking part in the program. The budget and membership committees will report - at this session. Thomas Stephenson, the president, will preside and' a large turnout of the i patrons; is expected. Vlty'&Sty *&#*»&&*& EASY TO PAY * ARGUMENT LIST J'OKTEI). The Hat of cases for argument court that convenes in Hollldaysburg on Nov. 25, at 9.30 a. m., has been posted on the bulletin board in the prnthono- tary's office In the courthouse. There are sixty-nine cases on tho list. IT'S EASY TO PLAY BUESCHER TRUE-TONE SAXOPHONE While on' the Treasure Hunt Don't Fail to See Our 1'ull Line Of Buescher Band and Orchestra Instruments and the New Screen-Grid Brunswick Radios They Make Real Gills Russell Music Store 1113 Twelfth Street CHRISTMAS TREASURE HUNT CONTEST $y&& l&^frfo <rf^M> i^^fffl" /Xjft/tl Owing to the large response to our Dollar Day advertizing, it was impossible in give our usual prompt attention and expert fitting' service. JVo Exchanges! No Refunds! No Phone or Mail Orders! Owing To the Fact That this ud is going to press before Dollui 1 Uuy is over, there may be some lots <• 1 u a e J out rnmpleU'ly, b u I 1 hero ure many lota and items on .sulo thai uru not listed here. Plan to bu hero tomorrow I NOVEMBER HAT SALE Continues Tomorrow, Friday and Saturday THE LADIES' Famous Semi-Annual Opportunity FELT and DRESS HATS All Reduced From Higher Prices, Nothing Bought Special One Lot J ^ Qg Pattern Hats Were $7.50, $8.75 and $10 4 Don't Miss This Sale Neal's 1419 Eleventh Avenue YOUNG PEOPLE TO PRESENT MUSICAL The AHoona public have a. rare treat n store for them on Friday evening, fov. 16, at the Trinity Reformed hurch at Seventh avenue and Eighth ireet, when the young people of both 16 Second Avenue United Brethren liurch and the Trinity Reformed hurch combine in presenting the riendshlp musical. The directors of he affair have carefully selected a roup of young people all of whom ave received distinction in their par- cular line of entertainment. The Girls Glee club is a talented roup of young ladies whose appear- nce at this musical will be one of the utstanding numbers of the evening. A\sa Wllda Snyder is a soloist of un- Felt, 10 ft. sUal ability and her contribution to Cushion, 2 ft. he evening is sure to please her au- Bronze, ft. ience. Violin and piano duets by Misses Mae and Helen Corl are always appre- iated by musicians of rare ability. Jarl Kennedy Is the well-known pi- nist in his church who has appeared efore the' public both as a piano so- olst and assistant to other entertain- rs In the city and will contribute two umbers on the program. Ronald Miller, a well-known poet and omposer to many churches of Altoona, ill Interpret selections from the late Dr. Byron W. King. Glair Carolus, oung but brilliant soloist, will sing two' numbers on the program. Mr. Carolus is A member of Trinity choir and his work is always appreciated. Readings will be given by Miss Mary Forshey, a very talented reader, possessing both style and dignity in her work. Mr. Fenstamaucher, another of Trinity's best soloists; will sing a group of two numbers. The program will close with the presentation of a pageant which will be In keeping with the Thanksgiving season. This pageant will be presented by a group of young people from Trinity Reformed church. Australia owns 100,000,000 sheep which, although less than one-seventh of the world's flocks,' produce annually nearly one-third of the world's wool. Weather Strip , 100 50 So S, J. Wolf Hardware Co. 1712 llth Ave. Phone 8-7048 It Pays To Visit PCETf FOR FURNITURE 1722 Union Ave. Dial 2-8995 The New Silhouette Beautiful display of gorgeous new "Silhouettes." The lines"'are so slenderizing and attractive. They are in all the new materials of crepe, velvet and satin. A dress to suit every type of person. #4.50 1309 Eleventh Avenue to women who want to stay young Correctly fitted foundition garments—corseleti or girdles—are «n aid to corn- tort and health. Grace Graham garments ate fated in your own home br experienced corscticret. Zella H. Tobias Phone 4912 1012 21ii Ave. Interesting proposition offered high- grade represenlatives. ELECTRICAL FIXTURES At Special Prlcct ALTOONA ELEC. SUPPLY CO. 1120 12th Ave. . Dial S-8297 TOBIAS & LAUGHUN Funeral Service 2036 Broad Ave. Phone 9810 New SCREEN OHIO KAUIO Fhe J. E. Spence Electric Store Authorized Dealers 1310 12th Ave. Dial 4101 Booocxsooooaooooooow BBBBBHBI !! BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL MEN and FIRMS ii ii i YOU OUGHT TO KNOW UBBBBBBC BBBBBBOBBBQflOBOBQaOaC ALTOONA LEATHER STORE i » "Outfitters to the Sportsman" 1509 Eleventh Avenue Altoona Discount Co. 1426 12th Ave. New .Aaron Small Loans to Home Owners of Good Credit Standing for Real Satisfaction Use Willard Batteries ALTOONA STOHAOB BATTERY SERVICE STATION, Distributors 800 Chestnut Avenue HERMAN'S f or GLASSES Keglstered Optometrist 1311 Eleventh Avenue Tools of Quality For all trades W. H. GOODFELLOW'S SONS 1319 Eleventh Avenue Have It Delivered To Your Home I ROBERTS •* GAS BURNER Saves Time and. Money Harry J. Kerlin 900 Elghtli Avenue New Bargains Every Day at Cut Rate Shoe Store 1413 llth Ave. CASANAVE'S Established 50 Year* Leather Traveling Goods Trunks — Umbrellas 1213 Eleventh Street Opposite 1'ostolYlue Footer's CLEANKRS AND DYEKS 1111 llth St. Phone 5179 JKWKLKHS — 1125 Eleventh Ave. SIIOKS FOH ENTIRE FAMILY' Prices Make 2 Fairs Possible. Visit Our Bargain Basement 1417 Eleventh Ave., Altoona Bargains In Rebuilt Typewriters The H. W. McCartney Co. 1107 llth Ave. Altoona, Pa. N AU Kinds of Dependable INSURANCE W. L. NICHOLSON Lippmun Bldg. llth Ave. and 13th St., Altoona A. R. PATRICK Jeweler Eleventh Sixteen, Twelfth Street Altoonu'H Most Exclusive Uadlo House RADIO CO. L O.L.RJCKABAUQH-MANAQ£H. ' 1106 TWELFTH ST. WESTMON1 BREAD \ FRESH DAILY e Credit ClotKingCo , 1507-li- AVENUE General Builders* Supply Co. mo Margaret Avenue, Phone 1)33i Common Brick LESTER SHOES $1.98 HN £;: r $3.98 1425 Twelfth Ave. Send Your Washing LOGAN LAUNDRY The Co*I Is Small ' PHONE 7377 Al Your Neighborhood Grocer Westmont Bakery H. L. Wilson Wall Paper and Paints 1021 Chestnut Avenue VOTES FOR THIRTY YEARS 'ALTHOUGH NOT A CITIZEN HARRIS6URG, Pa.,' Nov. 13.—Although he has been voting here for the past thirty years, it was only yes- terday.that Myer Levlnson of Harrisburg became an American citizen. Levinson said that tie had always believed he became a citizen automatically through the naturalization of his father. Lev in son had been a boy immigrant. Recently he learned that hj=s father had never been naturalized. _, : _^__ t ^ j' Sound travels 1,090 feet a »ecoacl 7 in the air and 4,700 feet a second ia t the

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