Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 7, 1930 · Page 16
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THft ALTOONA MIRROR-SATURDAY, EWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING TOWNS HOLLIDAYSBURG fMldence of Mr. and Mr.i. L. A. h*Wf> Of North Montgomery street ftS the scene of ft very delightful HdAl lime on Monday evening, June When their daughter Myrtle enter- llttd A number of friends in honor .,„ hW Wth natal day. The evening t*HW* devoted to social diversions includ- WUslc and frames. The hostess the recipient of a number of itlful and useful gifts. The crown• *vent of the evening was the serv- tttjf of a delicious luncheon. The festal "board was adorned with a large birth- dfcjr cake lighted with candles. Those participating were Margaret Sleek, Hester Miller, Viola Walters. Ruth Mitchell, Flora Mitchell. Elsie Walter*, Edna Lee, Irene Rakerd, Minnie Medllnp, Anna Walters, Helen Stiver, JSva Stiver, Margaret Stiver, Pauline Walters, Ramond Walters. Cnlvin Goodman, Ray Slump. Harry Dean, "Blair Miller, William Walters. Mrs. H. ft. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Shoup and son Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shoup and the hostess Miss Myrtle Shoup. Holy Trinity Episcopal. Rnv. Albion H. Ross, pastor Whit-Sunday. Church school at 9.45 a. m. Holy communion and sermon at 11 a. m. All ronveni- Phone 84-J Flrst Methodist, Rrv. Barnctt H. Hart, minister—Church school at 9.45 a. m., brief session, with offering for Christian education. Children's programs nt 10.30 n. m., begglners and primary departments. Junior department program at 7.30 p. m. followed by brief sermon by the minister. Midweek service on 'Wednesday evening at 7.30. Symposium, "If I Were a Member of the Church." Monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid society on Friday evening at 7.30, with annual election of officers. Zion Lutheran. Rev. M. Stanley Kemp, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Men's Brotherhood Bible class nt 10 a. church room. m. All Meeting in the men welcome. Church services at 11 n. m. Sermon, "The Legacy of the Holy Spirit." Whit-Sunday' sermon. Christian Endeavor services at 6.30 p. m. Topic, "Prayer In the Life of Leaders." Lender, Ruth Harpster. Vesper services at 7.30 p. m. Sermon, "With Christ on the Sea." Ladles' Aid society on Tuesday at 7.30 p. m. at the parish house. Church night services on Wednesday at 7.30 p. m. Women's Missionary society on Thursday at 2 p. m. Pine Street Church of God, Rev. J. E. Strine, pastor—Bible school at 9.45 Private Instruction on pinno nml trumpet. Hnlfrod Wrrt/., 303 Broad ' Street. Thono 535-J. Adv. RENT—Modern brick house, six rooms. Good location. Inquire Gftfber St., Thonc 100 W. Adv. <00 FOR RKXT—Hedroom, St.,. HoIIIdaysburg. 213 Walnut Adv. Genuine Frigidaire Service at WOLF FURNITURE CO. •Authorize!) Prlgidairc Dealers' lani-ea nth Ave. uim snr. AN OPPORTUNITY A five-room frame dwelling in .Hollidaysburg. Lot 40x120—could Easy terms. Inquire of not be replaced for three times the price ased. If sold soon this property can be bought for $1400. HOMER C. McKILLIP Realtor—General Insurance 323% Allegheny St., Hollidaysburg, Pa. Phone 84R a. in. Morning worship and sermon at 10.45 a. m. The pastor will preach on the subpect, "The Guild of God." At 7.30 p. m. a special program will ^>e presented by the children and young people of the church, marking the observance of Children's day. We especially Invite you to be present. The regular weekly prayer service Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Children's day service will be held in Zion Lutheran church on Sunday, June 15. A delightful program has been prepared by the primary and junior departments. Everyone welcome. A. M. E. Zion, 511 Front street— Church school.of religious education at 9.45 a. m. Evening worship at 6.30. Subject, "Evangelism," a Pentecostal message. The public is urged to attend. George Emmitt London, pastor. Saint Paul's Methodist, Loop station, Rev. Charles W. Campbell, minister—Sunday school at 2.30. Classes for all ages. The junior choir will sing. H. E. Snowberger, superintendent. In the evening at 7.30 will be our annual Children's day program. Special music by the junior choir will feature this service. The public is invited, strangers and friends are made welcome. On Thursday evening at 7.45 will be our young people's meeting. The topic will be "Friendships of Worth" and Miss Gladys Walters will be the leader. She has a very splendid program prepared. Come and help encourage the young people in their good work. Rehearsal by the church choir on Thursday evening at 8.45. On Saturday evening, June 14, there will be a festival and lawn fete held on the lawn of the church. I, AST TIMES TODAY M AM "§€ LONG LCTTT" with GRANT WITHERS BERT ROACH PATSY RUTH MILLER PATHE ALL TALKING COMEDY Coming Mon. and Tucs IlIN-TIN-TIN "ON THE BOHDEK" SOUND NEWS EAST FREEDOM "George Stroup, Walter George and 'Kenneth Barefoot, visited Saturday w,lth relatives in Johnstown. • Mr. and Mrs. Winfleld Scott are the proud parents of a girl baby, born Wednesday, June 4. Mother and baby are getting along vefy nicely. Mr. and Mrs." Frank Shaefer and children are upending this week in Altoona at the home of Mrs. Shaefer's parents Mr. and Mrs. David Zimmerman. Harry E. Lingenfelter of Altoona spent Wednesday here with relatives. Mrs. C. S. Stroup, Mrs. Walter Bick, George Stroup, Mrs. Brady Walter and Mrs. Beam Slonaker and baby were among Wednesday visitors in Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Leighty and eon Warren of Newry were Tuesday evening guests at the C. W. Benton home. Mrs. Sallie McGraw, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Doyle, Miss Linda J. McGraw and Joseph D. Kennedy of Pittsburgh were recent visitors in town. Mrs. W. A. Rhodes, who lias been a patient in the Mercy hospital, Altoona, and several weeks ago underwent a serious operation, returned to her home Wednesday, very much improved. Thad Lingenfelter, Mr. and Mrs. Or- PORT MATILDA The commencement exercises of the Worth Township High school were held in the Methodist church at Port Matilda last Thursday evening. Invocation was offered by Rev. J. B. Thomas. Orations were given by Charles Weaver, first honor student, on the class motto, "The Horizon Widens As We Ascend," Miss Mays Williams, second honor student, on the subject "William Howard Tuft, 1 and by Miss Mabel Gummo, third honor student, on the subject "Does Education Pay?" Miss Lola Williams rendered a very beautiful piano solo, and Harold Cronlster gave a beautiful vocal election. Professor C. S. Kniss of Altoona delivered a very eloquent, address on the subject "Human Engineering." J. S. Williams, president of the school board, presented the diplomas. The benediction was pronounced by the Rev. J. F. Winkelblech. This year's graduating class was the largest that has yet graduated. The nineteen members of the class were Paul Adams, Morton Craln, Harold Cronlster, Ross Griffin, William McNally, Waldo Sanders-ton, Charles Weaver, Russell Weaver, Albert Williams, Kenneth Young, Roxie Ardery, Mabel Gummo, Marjorle Harris, Alleane Thomas, Lola Williams, DUNCANSVILLE Despite the extended spring drouth, which caused crops to suffer severely, streams to drop to record low levels for this time of the year and springs to cease flowing at a number of places n this region, the water supply of the borough continues to be adequate even with the heavy use of garden hose. The Maple Hollow reservoir is still tilled to the overflow point. Miss Jessie Courier of 706 Third avenue has returned home after spending the past several days ^visiting among friends in Morrisons cove. A union Vacation church school will open here on Monday morning, June 9, for a period of two weeks. Sessions will be held on weekday mornings, except Saturday, from 9 o'clock until noon. This year's vacation Bible school will have for its dean the Rev. L. D. Ott, pastor of Hicks Memorial Methodist church. Revs. Julian Park of the Presbyterian church and G. B. Harrnan of the Lutheran will assist in directing the school, while a corps of thirty supervisors and teachers will complete the faculty. Much interest is being manifested and a record attendance is anticipated. Complete announcements will be made at tomorrow's Sunday school services in the different churches. All children of the community have been invited to enroll for the course of study will be non-denQminational. A. B. O'Hara, an employe of the 1 Motor Service company at this place, left Thursday night on a week's vacation totrr which will include visits to places of interest in Ohio, Kentucky and Virginia. The trip is being made in his new automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook of Youngstown, O., and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walters, jr., Thomas Walters, sr., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ameigh and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Boop all of Girard, O., were latter part of the week visitors among relatives here, being called here on account of the funeral of Emory Walters, which was held on Thursday afternoon. Visitors during the past week at the home of Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Ott at Hicks Memorial Methodist parsonage included Professor and Mrs. E. D. Ott and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Morton all of Barnesboro, and Mrs. Eda Rln'es of Altoona. Mrs. Harry Troy of West Third avenue, this place, who was taken ill a couple of weeks ago while visiting with relatives at Salix, was brought to the Mercy hospital at Altoona for treatment during the week. Her condition is reported as being fair. Mrs. Allen Feathers of Altoona, former Duncansville resident for many years, is spending some time here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Swartz at 1138 Third avenue. Rev. J. S. Bromley, D. D., pastor of the Hollidaysburg Baptist church, was a caller among parishioners at this place on Thursday afternoon. TYRONE Bethel A. M. E., Rev. L. C. Taylor, pastor—Sunday school ftt 9.45. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Christian Endeavor at 6.30. Salvation Army, Captain and Mrs. Huson In charge—Holiness service at 11. Bible class and school at 2.30. Young people's service at 6.30. Public Salvation meeting at 8. Church of the Brethren, Rev. John R. Snyder, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Church of God In Christ, Rev. W. Wells, pastor—Sunday school at 10. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Y. P. W. W. at 6.30. Grace Baptist, Rev. John Harris, pastor—Sunday school at 9.46, Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. First United Brethren, Rev. John R. Watson, pastor—Sunday school at 9.4'. Christian Endeavors at 6.30. Children's day services at 11 and at 7.30. Christian and Missionary Alliance, Blair avenue and Eleventh street- Sunday services at 3 and at 7.30. Special services at 10.30 in the Fouss' schoolhouse. All are Invited to attend any of these services. First Methodist, Rev. H. Willis Hartsock, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Epworth and Junior league at 6.30. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Columbia Avenue' Methodist, Rev. Samuel W. Strain, pastor—Sunday school and love feast at 9.45, Epworth league at 6.30. Preaching at 10.45 and at 7.30. Themes: Morning, "Pentecost—A Spiritual Victory." Evening, "Lost Opportunities." First Presbyterian, Rev. Joseph A. Speer, D. D,, pastor—Sunday schofll at 9.45. Christian Endeavors at 6.30. Holy communion at 11. Evening worship and sermon at 7.30. English Lutheran, Rev. Edward M. Morgan, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Preaching at 11 and at 7.30. Trinity Eplscopl, Rev. Clifford L. Stanley, reqtor—Sunday school at 10. Morning prayer and sermon at 11. Evening prayer and sermon at 7,30. St. Mathew's Catholic, Rev. J. F. Looney, pastor; Rev, John Hackett, assistant pastor—Masses at 8 and at 10. Rosary, litany and benediction at 7.30. Free Methodist, Rev. A. C. Thompson, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Preaching at 10.45 and at 7.30. PETERSBURG The Young Women's Missionary society of Crever Memorial Methodist church held their monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Harry. Lang Monday evening. A splendid program was rendered and the business of the month transacted, devotions closed with prayer followed by a social hour when Mrs. Lang served dainty and delicious refreshments to the following members: Mrs. John Harris, Mrs, Paul Cutshall, Mrs. Frank Halnes, Mrs. Lynn Mitchell, Mrs. James Mitchell, Misses Mary Gorden, Mary Castlne, Mary Stewart, Lois Henderson, Hazel Crownover and Mrs, Harry Lang. Miss Carrie Morton, who spent the winter months with friends and relatives in Mount Joy and Harrlsburg, has returned to her home on King street where she will spend the summer. Miss Marion Leeper of West Virginia is visiting with her sisters Mrs. Amy Decker and Mrs. Frank Haines at their homes in town. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker and three children of Hill street spent the week end with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Walker and Mr. and Mrs. George Steele of Barree. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Heckendorn and two children of Reynoldsville were guests over Memorial day and the week end with Mrs. Heckendorn's parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Franklin. . Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Irvin and two , children Jean and Leon of King street i spent Sunday with Mr. Irvin's par- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Bussard of west I ents Mr. and Mrs. Landis Irvin of of town left this week on a motor trip to Kane and other points in the northwestern part of the state where they will spend the next woek or two visiting among relatives and friends and sightseeing. Arthur Speck of near Saxton was a Barree. Mrs. Frank Luce and daughter of Bellwood were week end guests of friends and relatives here. Henry Hoffman of King street was a lucky fisherman on Tuesday. While casting his line in the blue Juniata latter part of the week caller among i he caught a seventeen pound carp. friends at this place. Raymond Baker of 1414 Third avenue was a visitor this week at Cleveland, O. Miss Marian Engle of 918 Third avenue, this place, in company with several Hollidaysburg friends, enjoyed a motor trip to Gettysburg and vicinity a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. William Swoope f of Pittsburgh were visitors here at the home of Mrs. Delia Clapper of 322 Sixteenth street. A quartet of Duncansville anglers, J. F. Weaver, Harry Weichel, Lloyd Davis and Charles Engle met with splendid success on a fishing expedition to the vicinity of Horrell one night this week, more than 30 nice ones being taken from the river. Barber Weaver proved the champion angler in the group. Samuel Moore of Pittsburgh, who is visiting among relatives and friends in this section, was a recent visitor here at the home of George Engle and other local friends. He was a resident of Hixton, a suburb to the north, for many years and la widely known here. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Long of near Duncansville have announced the birth of a boy baby this week at the Nason hospital at Roaring Spring. Both are reported getting along fine. The father is employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad company at Altoona. A reception given for Paul K. ville W. Dickey and daughter Helen j Jean Williams, Murjorie Harris, Mays Louise and Eddie Rath of Altoona j Williams. visited Thursday town. Mr. and Mrs. with relatives in Sam Delozier of Kladder were recent guests of the latter's sister Mrs. Lloyd E. Shaefer. Mrs. Lorena Jones ol Alt run, O., spent Memorial day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Collins Dibert. Mt£fl Caroline Evans, Miss Virginia Hileman and Justus Lingenfelter of Professor J. E. Duvies has accepted a position for the coming school year in his home High school, at Juhnsunburg. Under the direction of Professor Jefferies, county agricultural teacher, the High school has made two improvements in the appearance of the school grounds. A variety of flowering shrubs have been planted about Altoona and Cloyd Minster of Luna- j , f t ' f u h , bulldingi and down, were guests of relatives and' friend* here on Memorial day. Mr*. William Ott spent Tuesday (light with relatives in Altoonu. Miss Aldine Lingenfelter left last week for Atlantic. City where she will | a new cement walk has been lard j from the street to the entrance. : Professor H. I i eturned from •pend the Hummer. Mix Rose Ann Seifris of South K''ee. Fork i* spending this week here with Miss her aunt Mrs. Russell Burger. K. Alshouse recently Syracuse university, Syracuse, N. Y., where he completed requirements for a. Master of Arts de- Frieda McCaulcy of Altoona visited at the Methodist parsonage Mr. aad Mri. M. Lorenze and ! "ver tin; week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lotz of Altoona were! Hev. and Mrs. Curry of Unionville, Saturday evening callers at the home . Mr.,-. Merrill WmUelbleeh, and daugh- of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Benton. ter Mrs. Newcomer of Renovo called at the Methodist parsonage Wednesday evening. The Bible class of the Martha Furnace Methodist church held its inonth- Ualted Brethren. H. B. Setse, pas- ly meeting on Wednesday evening at tor—Worship at 10.45 a. in. and 7.30 the home of Mr. and Mis. Clifford GREENWOOD p. ill. The sermons will be delivered l>>' Rev. W- S. Wilson, U. D . conference superintendent. The IbOOih aniu- vermiry Ol Ptntecost and tne annual rally ure the occasions that .-Jnuid Urinf s Well tilled house. Kvervhiody in cordially invited to thtue servne.s. Sunday school »t b 30 a. in Christian Endeavor •'- 8.80 p. HI. Thi.= evening jtt 7.80, Dr. Wilhon will conduit tin.- la«t quarterly conference lor thu year. Every offlclal Is requested to be present wit'i reports. Delegates will be to attend the annual couicr- gt YoungwooQ in September. The children's' rtay services will held June It) The rehearsal will .Spak'-'inan. Kel re.-Jiincnt.s were td. Present at 1). H. Richards tie meeting were Mrs. mil David, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Wharton Wtllers, Charles, Leonard and Kthel Wellers, Mr. and Mrs William Richards, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Spaceman and .son Clifford, Kev. J. J-'. Winkclblech, Mr. and Mrs. Liindy .Steele, Helen, Lois and Morris .Steel.' Mr. und Mrs. C. K. Suakeman, Harry Cups, Gladys Stanton, Ethel Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Jo.M-ph Williams and Mav.s William.s. John, Charles, Clayton and Walter Spain-man. Glenn and Hai old William.s and Bernard Williams The class decided to hold a lood and bake .sale on the lawn ol Vipond, jr., president of the Holidays- burg High school of 1930, at his home ut New Portage Junction oh Thursday evening following the commencement exercises, was attended by a large group of relatives and friends, who joined in felicitating the young man upon the successful completion of his high school course. A delicious cafeteria luncheon was enjoyed during the evening. An impromptu entertainment program marked the gathering. Benton Wertz, jr. of Johnstown is spending a portion of his summer vacation visiting here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius W. Wertz of 1132 Fourth avenue. Presbyterian, Rev. Julian Park, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30, John Rollason, superintendent. Morning worship at 10.30. Holy communion will be celebrated. Sermon text, "Walt for the Promise of the Father." No evening services. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Gates and three sons of Altoona were guests of Mrs. Gates' parents Mr. and Mrs. William Hewitt at their King street home over the week end. Misses Elizabeth Prendergast and Margaret Corbin and Charles Swope of Huntingdon, motored here Monday evening and were guests of Miss Esther Ruth Clemens at the home of her grandfather, I. C. Temple. Rev. and Mrs. B. O. Smith have been entertaining in their home at the Presbyterian manse, Mrs. Edmiston of Clearfleld. Mrs. Edmiston is Mrs. Smith's mother, and came over to attend the graduation exorcises at Juniata college in. which cla'ss Rev. Smith was a graduate. Mr. and Mrs. James Hennen of town and James Porter and sister Miss Mary Porter of Willow Brook farm motored to Huntingdon Monday and attended the commencement at Juniata college. Mrs. Sanford Mock of Altoona spent Wednesday afternoon in Petersburg and attended the funeral services for Mrs. John Port. Mr. and Mrs. William Swope of Huntingdon, Rufus Swope of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Havens and two children of Williamsburg spent Wednesday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Swope of King street. Mrs. Homer Clemens and daughters Ava and Margaret and son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Clemens and baby of Altoona motored to Petersburg Tuesday and were accompanied home by Mrs. N. M. Clemens of Wilkinsburg, who is a guest of her home folks, I. C. Temple and family. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Illingsworth and son of the Presbyterian manse, PhUlpsburg, and their house guest Miss Stewart of New Jersey, all motored to Petersburg Tuesday where they called at the home of I. C. Temple and family. Rev. and Mrs. B. O. Smith attended the commencement exercises of Stone Valley High school held in the Presbyterian church Thursday evening at McAlvey's Fort. PHILIPSBURG BLUE KNOB Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. George Stombaugh of Derry spent Memorial day at the home of The Evangelical Lutheran, Rev. G. tneir pare nts Mr. and Mrs. John Stom- B. Harman, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 and 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "Pentecost." Evening subject, "Education and Its Use." Sunday school, with classes for all at 9.15. Christian Endeavor society meeting at 0.30. Subject, "Praying Leaders." The baugh. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ritchey were week end visitors in Johnstown. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Over were Mr. and Mrs. William Appleyard and children of Lilly, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stones children Richard, Leona, David evening preaching service will be a I an< i children of Altoona. special service tor the graduates of : Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schlehr our community for the Hollidaysburg ' High school and the Morrison's Cove Vocational school. You are cordially invited to be present. Hicks Memorial Methodist, Rev. L. D. Ott, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30. Morning worship, with sernion by the pastor at 10.45. Sermon subject, "The Baptism of Children." Epworth league meeting at 6.-15. The annual Children's day service will be given at 7.30 Hun- day evening. All mothers who desire their children baptized will please have them present Sunday morning. Everybody is invited to the Children's day service. The Sunday school will put on the program. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock. and and GEESEYTOWN Dean S. Reese nt Hill Top spent a few hours in his old home town on j Thomas Davis. He was accompanied Kenton of Altoona spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Dielil. They also visited at the home of Mr. and Ml-s. D. C. George. Mr. and Mrs. William Shaw und children Ruth, Harold, Ellwood and Andora and Miss Minnie Berkhtmer of Newry were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Shaw's grandmother Mrs. Sara Long. Week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dielil were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wakelield and children Hope, Margery and Harris of Vinco. Miss Hope is spending a week at the Diehl home. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Diehl and children Lorraine, Luther and Eddie of Lakemont spent Sunday at the home ol' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ritchey. Oliver Mosel spent several days in Pliilipston at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday. home on Sunday by his wife, who hud Mrs. Annie McCormick, Mrs. Maggie I spent the pusst two months at the Price, Mr. antl Mrs. Carlton McCor- parental home. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Black of Lake- mick and family. of Altoona, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kirkham of! mont spent Sunday at the home of Duncansville were visitors here Memorial day. Lutheran church —Sunday school at fl.30 a. m., J. C. Trecsc. superintendent. Divine worship at 10.45, Rev. Hillis G. Berkey, pastor. Sermon, vent of the Holy Spirit." The Ad- on ! Mr. and Mrs. Richard BerUhimer. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weyant and children of Claysburg, R. D.. -spent Memorial day at the home of Mrs. Weyant's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Herman. Miss Violet Morris of Altoona .spent Mid-week-j .service on Wednesday at 7.45 p. m. ' several days at the home of Mr. and Choir practice following prayer surjf- I Mrs. Milton Ritchey. Class in doctrinal instruction on Saturday at 2.30 p. in. at the church. Orchestra, rehearsal Friday at 8 p. in. he held la UK- i'|ju».-l. lo.nori'Ow afto - .Mr. and Mi.,. Joseph Williams on Sat- \ Sunday evening prayer service at 7.30. • •• - and tt festival ul the ( A Sunday evening service of worship £OOU, mid every one not JuiJ U> be taking parl i unlay, church that evening. \ und praise lor all. Mr. and Mrs. .Steward Ritchey and children were Sunday visitors in Portage at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ritchey. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mobley and children and Mi', aud Mrs. W. E. liebel Mrs. Miles Morrison Is visiting relatives at Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Mary Brown of Clearfleld visited her sleter Mrs. W. L. Balr during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Hartle were Port Matilda visitors Wednesday. Miss Luemma Dinsmore of North Phillpsburg, who recently underwent an operation at Phillpsburg State hospital, was discharged from that institution Monday evening, very much improved. We regret to note her mother, ill for some time, is not improving as rapidly as it was hoped she would. Miss Dinsmore is a grade teacher In the North Philipsburg schools. Mrs. Jane Musser is spending some time in Barnesboro with her daughters. Harry Campbell of Cleceland, O., has returned home, following a visit to his parental home here. Mrs. Catherine McCabe and Mrs. Amanda Dobson are attending the forty-first annual session of Rebekah assembly in Pennsylvania at Wll- liamsport this week. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Heaton returned Monday evening from Cleveland, O., whore they attended the Northern Baptist convention. Edwin Brown has gone to Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, from which institution he was graduated. Mrs. E. B. Baldwin of Detroit, Mich., is visiting at her parental home at Osceola Mills. Little June Sleigh, one of the patients of the crippled children's clinic at Philipsburg State hospital, is quite seriously ill at her home at Hawk run, her condition causing her friends deepest concern. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sleigh and is about 7 years of age. Crippled since birth, she does not have the use of her one leg, but gets around slowly by the use of crutches. Steve Kosto of Hawk run underwent an operation at Philipsburg State hospital Saturday evening. He is doing nicely. Mrs. W. H. Wicks and daughter Mrs. Dorothy Dobson, and Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman of Pittsburgh, are visiting relatives and friends here. Miss Charlotte Walton of Philadelphia Is visiting her parents here. A delightful party, though tinged with sadness at the departure of the family from Hawk Run, was held for Mrs. John A. Irvin of Hawk Run, Wednesday evening, who shortly expects to locate in Lewistown, where her husband was recently transferred. A large number of friends from Hawk Run and other places wero present. Games were played until a late hour when delicious refreshments were served, including sandwiches, coffee, cake and ice- cream. Mrs. Irvin received a number of useful and beautiful gifts. Those present were John A. Irvin, Lewistown, Mrs. John A. Irvin, Miss Bertha and Lee Irvin, Mrs. William Heathcote and granddaughter Norma Jean, Mrs. John Moriarty, Mrs. William Hickson, Mrs. Clayton Greenland and daughter Margaret, Mrs. Catherine Malloy and daughter Mae, Mrs. S. T. Walker, Mrs. EJldon Hewitt, Mrs. Raymond Schnarrs, Mrs. Merritt Schnarrs, Mrs. Ephraim Wilson, Mrs. Frank Taylor, Mrs. Louis Conti, Mrs. John Hamilton and daughter Edna, Mrs. Thomas Golding and son Bobby; Mrs. John Golding, sr., Mrs. Walter Whiles, Mrs. Harry Harris, Mrs. Fred Mears, Mrs. Ed. Haywood and Mrs. Ralph Askey, all of Hawk Run, Mrs. J. Bixler, Mrs. Anne Bixler and a number of High school students from Phillpsburg, Mrs. Rhoda Pelffer of Hazelton, a daughter of Mrs. Irvin. Six persons, representing foreign nations, as follows: Mexico, Japan, China, Philippine islands, Africa and Porto Rico, attended the Women's Missionary essociation and Otterbein guild convention held in PhilipHburg United Brethren church Wednesday evening, giving detailed accounts of their kinds. The morning session opened at 9 o'clock with prayer, hymn singing and communion. The address of the evening was given by Mrs. M. W. Mumma, her topic being "Stewardship." Miss Ruth Cauffleld followed with a solo, "Others." Fraternal greetings were given by Rev. Mickey. Tom Filer, the blind singer of Altoona, then pleased the audience with a solo. A playlet by the Juniors of the church was most enjoyable. Other speakers during the day were Mrs. Elizabeth Spangler, Mrs. F. W. Davis and Mrs. O. E. Brenneman. The O. G. banquet was served at the Baptist church at 6 o'clock. In the evening a pageant, "The Temple of Praise," by the O. G. .society, was the main feature. and children and Miss Vera Bowser of Altoona .spent several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. George. Paul Diehl spent several days at Lakemont at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Uitchey. H. S. Hitchey of Lakemont spent several days at the J. C. Diehl home. William George of Fulton county is spending some time at the George home where he is doing some ca.rpcn- ter -work. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bowser and children Frank. Mahlon and Ruth of McKee and Grace Dick of Klahr were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William (,'laar. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kcllar and children Miriam, John and Mcrvin of Llyswen spent Sunday at the William Mosel home. Saturday evening. May 31, a birthday party wa.s held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steward Ritchey in honor of the tatter's .son Paul Diehl'a Itith anniversary. The evening wa.s spent in playing games. Ice cream and cake was served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Feathers- and children Thelma and Geruldine of Sproul, Isaac Feather', ot Klahr, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ritchey and daughter Bessie Mae of Portage, Harold Ritchey, Clarence Over, Cluir and Paul Diehl. Mr. and Mrs. Steward Ritchey and children Miriam, Kdna, Anna and Harold of this place, BELLWOOD The United Brethren, Rev. J. C. Moses, pastor, G. S. Schenck, Sunday school superlntenden1>-Preaehing by the pastor at 11.45 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school at 9.80. The Tyrone United Brethren Sunday school orchestra will be present and render selections at Sunday school and morning church service. This orchestra, composed of' about twenty-four pieces, is considered an excellent musical organization and a large attendance is expected Sunday morning. The goal for Sunday school is set at 280. Everybody is welcome. The graduating class of the Bellwood High school chaperoned by Miss Thelma Greene, one of the High school teachers, and F. A. Hamilton, supervising principal, returned Wednesday evening from a three-day tour of Washington and vicinity. Olivet Baptist, Rev. Montrevllle Seely, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 and at 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "The Kingship of the Believer." Evening subject, "The Compassion of Christ." Sunday school at 9.30. Junior young people's meeting at 0.30 in the junior room. Senior young people's meeting at 6.30 In the prayer meeting room. St. Joseph's Catholic, Rev. M. J. Brett, pastor—Forty hours' devotion will open on Sunday at the 10.30 mass. Evening service at 7.30. Church of the Brethren, Rev. Galen R. Blough, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30; H. Paul Cox, superintendent. Preaching at 10.45 by the pastor. "A New Pentecost." Evening at 6.45, young people's meeting and Junior league. Evening sermon at 7.45. Subject, "A Broad Vision." The pastor and wife will leave Wednesday morn- Ing for the general conference of the Church of the Brethren to be held In Hershey. In keeping with the world-wide celebration of the 1900th anniversary of Pentecost when 3,000 were converted and baptized into .the church, the Logan Valley Baptist church will hold .special services tomorrow. At the morning service new members will be voted into the church, the Lord's supper observed and the pastor, Rev. H. G. Doolcy, will deliver a special sermon. At the evening service there will be the baptism of believers by Immersion and a Pentecostal message by the pastor. Presbyterian, Rev. Raymond S. Hlt- tinger, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 and at 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "Waiting for Pentecost." Evening subject, "Pentecost Arrives." Sunday school at 9.30. Methodist, Rev. L. E. Wilson, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 and at 7.30 by* the pastor. Morning subject, "The Church's Birthday." Evening subject, "The Preacher at Pentecost." Sunday school at 9.30. Grace Lutheran, Rev. Russell P. Kneoebel, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 and at 7.45 by the pastor. Morning subject, "Pentecost." Evening subject, "God's Showers of Blessing." Sunday school at 9.30. Classes for all. Young people's meeting at 6.45. Light Brigade will meet at 10.45 In the Sunday school rooms. Logan Valley Baptist, Rev. H. G. Dooley, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 and at 7.30 by the pastor. At the morning service, the Lord's supper, sermon and new members received. At the evening service, the ordinance of baptism by imm»rslon and a Pentecostal message. Sunday school at 9.30. Young people's meeting at 6.30. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7.45. The Methodist Ladies' Aid society will conduct a rummage sale, beginning Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock and continue until Tuesday evening. The sale will be held In the building at the corner of North First and Cambria streets. Public patronage is solicited. CURRYVILLE JUNIATA The Men's Blbl« class of the First Methodist church will glv* A brief study upon the "Feast of Pentecost," in its relationship to the church on the coming Lord's day, Instead of the regular assigned Sunday school lesson. We are delighted to note that new names are being? added to the class enrollment each Lord's day. Let each of us strive to reach the goal get, 100 members. LAKEMONT Mrs. Julia Rlgls and children Betty, Helen and Dorothy of Altoona spent a day recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Killlnger of Lotz avenue. The following pupils of the Brush Mountain school attended every day In May: Dorothy Tussey, Harriet Suckling, Nettie Bookwalter, Tom Chambers, Dean Bressler, Roy Sidney, Chalmer Oakes, Glyn Parsons, John Long, George Ketrow, Edwin Way, Harry Tanneyhlll, Robert Parson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whltfleld and three children Bobble, Donald and Ruth^spent Decoration day with Mrs. Whltfleld's parents Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Mock, at Willlamsburg. The dally vacation Bible school of the Lakemont Church of God, will open Monday, June 9, at 9 a. m. and continue for two weeks from 9 to 11.30 a. m. AH children not enrolled In another Bible school are Invited to attend. The ages are from four to fourteen. A new course of study has been adopted, "The Standard Daily Vacation Bible School Course," one of the best courses obtainable, a large enrollment Is expected. Following Is the faculty of the school, and the various grades: The pastor, Rev. C. S. Nonemaker, will be the general superintendent; Miss Hazel Rlley, secretary; Mrs. L. E. Lowe, general supervisor and teacher of music; kindergarten department teachers, Miss Barbara Riley, Miss Vivian Rhodes; primary department, Mrs. Lillian Horner, Mrs. Mary Ketrow and Miss Grace Keller; Miss Gladys Clemens, pianist; junior department, Miss Josephine Fink and Miss Hazel Gearhart; Miss Anna K. Wilson, pianist; intermediate department, Mrs. Eva Reed, Miss Helen Blake. This school has been in operation each year since 1926, and the very best results have been obtained, and it Is expected, that with the very excellent faculty secured that the school will maintain the high standard of former years. The Children's day services at the Lakemont Church of God, will be held Sunday at 8 p. m. This service will bo. of special interest this year. The story of Joseph, one of the most beautiful, and touching stories of the Old Testament history, will be dramatized by the beginners, primary and junior departments, under the supervision of Mrs. Lawrence E. Lowe, supervisor of the children's department of the Sunday school, assisted by the superintendents and teachers of those departments. This service Is looked forward to as the crowning day of the year for the children and a large attendance Is expected. The offering of the evening will go to the church college at FIndlay, O., where ministers are prepared for their life work. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all to attend this service. ts, nd J 'g.'V at T BEDFORD Mrs. Daniel Kauffman and son Robert are spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Royal Shaffer at Stoystown. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rhodes called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shrlver of Frederlcksburg on Sunday afternoon. Brooke Sell and family, his house keeper, Mrs. Nancy Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sell and Family and Mr. and Mrs. John Sell of Roaring Spring, Rev. L. B. Hoover and daughter Miss Mabel and Miss Helen Mock of Curryville were entertained at dinner on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hoover and family. J. B. Hoover, Rev. L. B. Hoover, Lev! Benner and Brooke Sell attended the funeral of James Fluke, which was held at Saxton on Sunday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Miller, Mrs. Joseph Hartman and son John Richard spent Memorial day at Locust Beach at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Furry of Altoona. Gathering clouds engender hope that the drought will be broken. Vegetation is suffering severely for lack of rain. Visitors ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Smith during the early part of this week, were: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith of Hollidaysburg, R. D., Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Smith and children of Curryvllle; Mr. and Mrs. William Albert of Millerstown, David Wlerman and son of Murtinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. David Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Albright of Roaring Spring, Paul Smith of Currjfville, Mrs. John Quarry and sons Chalmer and Samuel of Waterside, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brumbaugh of Martinsburg, R. D., and Mr. and Mrs. John Diehl of Curryville. Mr. und Mrs. Clair Baker, children, Rosella and Robert, Margaret, Verna, Clyde and Leonard Bush; Miss Rosella Bush, Wilfred Brumbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Wllnier Hinish and son Wayne and Mr. 1 and Mrs. Warren Frederick and daughter Jane were among those who represented our village at Tipton on Sunday afternoon. Methodist, Hev. George A. Duvall, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Church worship at 11. Sermon theme, "The Practice of the Presence of God." Epworth league at 6.30. Evening worship at 7.30. Sermon theme, "Great Investments." Those who do not have a church home are cordially Invited to worship here. Visitors welcome. St. John's Reformed, Rev. J. Albert Eyler, D. D., pastor—Pentecost, celebrating the 1900th anniversary of the birth of the Christian church. Bible school at 10. Holy communion at 11. Anniversary sermon at 7.30 by Rev. Charles D. Rockel of Altoona. St. Thomas' Catholic, Rev. C. Logan McKlnney, rector—Low mass at 6. Sunday school at 9. High mass at 10.30. Rosary and benediction at 7.30. Trinity Lutheran, Rev. George I. Melhorn, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45. Morning worship at 11. Evening worship at 7.30. Presbyterian. Rev. R. S. Caldwell, pastor—Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at 11. Evening worship at 7.30. Allison Swank hag returned to his home In Millmont after spending th« winter with his sister, Mrs. Katherin* -teller, 407 Seventeenth street. Mrs. J. B. Beschler of 90S Fourth avenue Is spending the week-end with her daughter, Miss Pauline K. Parsen at New York and Jersey City. Mrs. Daniel Green and daughter Miss Margaret of 612 Fifth avenue left ast night to spend the week-end with relatives in Philadelphia and Lenola, N. J. St. Peters Episcopal, Rev. Albion H. Roas, pastor—Holy communion at 9 a. m. Church school at 3 p. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 7.30 p. m. Juniata Park Church of the Brethren, Rev. Earl C. Bowser, pastor—Preach- n« at 10.45 a. m. and at 7.30 p. m. by :he pastor. Morning subject, "Pentecost." Evening subject, "What is Your,Life." Sunday school at 9.30, J. 3. Brumbaugh, superintendent. Monday evening, Bible study; Wednesday evening, prayer meeting at the church, and Friday evening, Christian Fellowship meeting. Services at Hig- gles gap Sunday afternoon at 3.15 preceded by the regular Sunday school hour. Presbyterian—No preaching servlc* Sunday morning but preaching serv- ce at 7.30 p. m. by Rev. Boring of Altoona. Children's day service at 10 a. m. Prayer^ service on Wednesday evening at 7.30 p. m., in charge t>t he session. First Methodist, Rev. W. W. Banks, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 a. m. and it 7.30 p. m. by the pastor. Morning, Sacrament of the Lord's supper L0.45. Evening subject, "The Holy ' Spirit and Youth." Sunday school at ).30 a. m., I. A. Corby, superintendent. Epworth league at 6.30 p. m., Alfred B e n n e y, president . Intermediate league at 6.30, Marjory Carman, president. Young people's circle at 6.30 p. m., Miss Thelma Shellenberger, president. The young people of the church are urged to attend the evening service. The pastor will preach a special sermon. Special music at all services. St. Paul's Reformed, Rev. V. D. Grubb, minister—Sunday school at 9.30 a. m. Following this at 10.45 the Sunday school, will have Its annual Children day and Promotion service. A special program is arranged and a service of unusual interest is being looked for. Thirty-five scholars will be rewarded for perfect attendance during last year. Some will be rewarded for periods of perfect attendance ranging from one to nineteen years. Thomas Imler will receive a special award for nineteen years of consecutive Sunday school attendance. This Sunday school has taken all district and county banners for two years, and has captured the district banner for the third year which makes It the perpetual property Of the Sunday school. In the evening at 7.30 Rev. Grubb will continue his sermon lectures on Revelation. The seventh vial will be the subject of the evening. Trinity Lutheran, Paul L, Foulk pastor—Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor and at 7.30 p. m., Children's day service. Morning subject, "The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit." Evening, Children's day program. Sunday school at 9.30 a. m., J. E. Gable, superintendent, Vacation Bible school, Monday, June 9 to June 20, 9 to 11.30 a. m. Children, age 4-16 welcome. Friday, June 13, 8 p. m., strawberry social for men and boys. St. John's Lutheran, Rev. H. W. Bender, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30 i a. m., John H. Porter, superintendent. ^ Morning worship at 10.30 a. m. Srr- mon by the pastor. Theme, "FIv Wrong Ideas About God." Christian Endeavor service at 6.45 p. m. Topic, "Prayer in the Life of Leaders," Evening worship at 7.30 p. m. Sermon by the pastor. Theme, "Christ's Prediction Concerning His Church." Council meeting, Tuesday evening at 7.JO p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening at 7.30 p. m., leader, Elizabeth Boasert. Grace Evangelical, Rev. A. Morgan Jenkins, pastor—Preaching by the pastor at 10.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. Morning subject, "The Birthday of the Church." Evening subject, "Perpetuating Pentecost." Sunday school at 9.30 a. m. Junior E. L. C. K. at 3 p. m. Senior E. L. C. E. at 6.45 p. m. HOPEWELL Methodist—Church school at 9.45 a. m. Young People's meeting at 0.30 p. m. Evening worship at 7.45, subject. "The Lost Secret of Christianity.' Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening, continuing the Bible study in the book of Acts. Daily vacation Bible school begins in this church Monday, June 16. Langdondale— Church school at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. in. Christian Endeavor at 7.30 p. m. Midweek service, Thursday evening at 7.30 p. m. Kcliclbergorlown — Morning worship at 9.30 a. in. followed by a. session of the church school. Epworth league at V.30 p. in. WOODBURY JUNIATA GAP Mardorf Methodist—Sunday school will start promptly at 10. Coma and help us to Increase our attendance. Last Sunday's attendance was 135. There will be no Epworth league service, which has been postponed untl a later date. The evening service will begin promptly at 7.45, by the pastor, Rev. C. W. Karns. Wednesday the- Ladles' Aid society will meet in the church and in the evening the mid-week prayer service will bo conducted by the pastor. At the close of the prayer service the monthly meeting of the Sunday school boan: will be held. Sunday school at the Sanctuarj Union at 2.46. All are Invited. JUNIATA THKATRK J.a81 Timed Today "LOVE COMES ALONG" With Jiebo Danlcla and Lloyd HugheM. Vltuphone comedy, ant, nmvH, nnd Mlekny Mouse Hound Cartoon, EVERY WEDNESDAY ICOMMUNITYSERVICE SUBURBAN DAY V Woodbury Lutheran charge, Albert K. Speck, pastor. Trinity Lutheran, Woodbury — Preaching at 10.30 a. in. Subject, "The Holy Spirit in the Church." Sunday .school in the Trinity Lutheran church at 9.30. Baccalaureate address to graduating class of Woodbury High school by Rev. Popple, at Trinity Lutheran church, Juno 8, at K p. in. St. Paul's Lutheran church (Barley's) at '2. 30 p. in. Subject, "The Holy Spirit in the Church." Here is one means of reproduced music that has the universal support of great musicians. Paderewski. . Damrosch . . . . Stravinski . . Newman . . 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