Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 13, 1929 · Page 22
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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ALTOONA w -7. NOVEMfiflft ij« 188L.. !:._. . .., ',''"' ' NEWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING HOLLIDAYSBURG The staff nf the sixth district of the . Mis Mary Glessncr has gone to At- State highway department, their wives.J lantlc City for an Indefinite sojourn, families and friends participated in a and from there she will go to New masquerade party at the Blairmont ! York city and Philadelphia for sev- DUNCANSVILLE In conjunction with the regular midweek service at the local Evangelical Lutheran church this evening at 7.30 o'clock, the young people of the church and Sunday school will sponsor a special program In observance of Country club on Friday evening, which ' oral weeks, proved to be a brilliant social function. I In connection with the Sunday Gorgeous costumes of varied descrip- | morning services In the First Prcsby tlon were worn, and the unmasking revealed many surprises. A delicious luncheon was served. About two lum- >dred guests participated. • Miss Margaret Moore, daughter of "Mrs. Joseph J. Moore of Newry lime terian church the formal installation of the newly elected Sunday school of- /icors and teachers was featured. Tho following officers and teacherrs were presented for Installation: General superintendent of Sunday school, O. 'has returned home from a visit. ln I cinrence .Dougherty; director of rcll- 'Bedford where she was the guest of j 0( i uctt tion. Miss Mary Q. Davis; her brother-in-law nnd sister, j-'ror. » "" - ' , | lbrilI .| (|11S| M | sfl Margaret Downing and Miss Catherine Taylor; secretary- treasurer, Isaac M. Irwin; assistant secretary-treasurer, Miss Mary Linn Cooper; superintendent young people's department, Mrs. Ward McLanahan; associate, Mrs. Guy H. Smith; corretl- pondlng secretary, Mrs. Guy H. Smith; chorister, Homer i. Smith; Sunday school teachers, John Woodcock, H. J, Lcdwlth, Miss Sara B. McM\irtrl«, Miss Elizabeth G. Hemphlll, Miss Mary G. Davis, Mrs. Harry M. Klep- Bcr, Mrs. John V. Vlpond, Mrs. Gertrude Hlleman Allen and Mrs. John E. Slmim; superintendent of children's division, Mrs. Paul Graham Stultz; assistant, Mrs. Homer D. Winter; secretary of children's division, Mrs. William H. Ooodfellow; secretary and pianist of children's division, Miss Elizabeth Hughes; teachers of primary department, Mrs. Homer D. Winter, Mrs. Louise C. Walton, Mrs. Frank West McFarland, Miss Lucy A. Bes- wlck, Mrs. George C. Allcman and Mrs. George W. Williams; superintendent of junior department, Mrs. J. Donald Young; assistant, Mrs. J. Donald' Condron; secretary and pianist Miss Margaret G. Shope; teachers, Mrs. Chester B. Elliott, Mrs. Edward I. Rodkey, Mrs. J. Ncwingham and Mrs. J. Donald Condron; superintendent of the cradle roll department, Mrs. Chester B. Elliott; Sunday school orchestra director, Miss Helen G. Klepser, violinist; chorister, Homer I. Smith; pianist, Miss Evelyn Dlbert; bells, Stewart Smith; violinists, Misses Janet Rhodes, Irene Moore and Helen Louise Palmer; violin, O. Clarence Dougherty. 'Public patronage Is * Mrs. Edward J. I •and Mrs. Eugene, K. Robb. . Allen Miller of 41G Allegheny Hlreet, an employe of the stain highway dc- •partmcnt, was summoned to his former homo In Gettysburg this wnolt by the serious illness of his father. Professor and Mrs. John Brcnnoman of State College spent the week-end • at the residence of Professor Grcnne- 'man's -parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George 'Brcnncman of 1012 Allegheny/street. ': The annunl banquet and get-together ^dinner of the Men's Adult Bible class -of the Sunday school of the First -Methodist church, taught by Robert R. Potter, will be held In Hie recrca- •tion hall of the church on Thursday 'evening, Nov. 21, at 6 o'clock. A de- 'llcious home-cooked menu will be .iaervcd by the members of the Ladies' tAld society of the church. Edgar R. "«Vlpond, president of the class, will •"officiate as general chairman of the ^banquet committee. Tn January, this 'class will celebrate Its seventh annl- ^versary. The class was organized by ' ijRobert R. Potter, who has been the iiteacher since Its organization. There iwere twenty charter members and the "class has grown until It now boasts "a membership of one hundred men of "the church. A cordial invitation is ^extended to all members of the 'dans ,'to attend this annual social function tnext week. * Miss Laura Hlleman of East Spruce •street, waa stricken iwith aerious III"ness this week at her home. Her con- Edition Is regarded as very critical. ~ Tho comedy-drama, "An Early iBtrd", scheduled to bo given on Thurs- iday evening, Nov. 14, at 8 o'clock, in 'the Hollidaysburg High school audi- 'torlum, by the members of the Faith- "ful Workers Sunday school class of ],tho Zlon Lutheran church, promises be a splendid success. Under tlio ,i,able supervision of Mrs. Marguerite >Joncs Wallace, the rehearsals have •reached a high degree of perfection. *An excellent cast of characters win ^present the play, and a musical program In keeping with the stage settling will bo rendered by the Sunday ^school orchestra. A candy booth will •be located In the school hull, and "home-madi! candy and nuts will bo "sold, with Mrs. H. Shroeder In charge °ot Ihe candy. Mrs. Shroeder will be .assisted by Mrs. Waller H. Leedom Mrs. Jacob Mock. The following women of the First Methodist •ihurch will take part In the play: 'Mrs. Ralph Sellers, Mrs. Lee Sellers, '•Miss Ada McGregor, Mrs. Clyde F. "Stewart, Mrs, Clayton Malone, Mrs. 1 "John Rollins, Mrs. J. Edgar Sellers, ,Mlss Mario Lear, Mrs. Georgo Hoover, ..—«Mrs. Harvey Treese, Mrs. Isaac N. "•Ofrcese, Mrs. Grant Mentzer, Mrs. HRobert B. Wier and Mrs. Glenn Cease. solicited. Frank of 412 Wal"nut street, who has been confined to .her homo for the pant several weeks, •jiy reason of Injuries sustained to her I'Ight leg In a fall at her home, la 'Steadily improving a.nd hopes to be Out In the near future. Mlsa Guaslo Boydcn of 418 Wayne street, a member of Ihe clerical force in .the G. W. Williams Department store •who has been off duty for the past 'several weeks owing to Illness, la Steadily Improving and hopes to resume her work at tho storo in tho near Juture. 4 ' John H. Meyers and Alfred C. Mc£n\l of Johnstown, motored here, on Saturday and were the guests of Halo H. Hunter. Mr. Hunter and his guesta spent the greater part of the time J>laylng golf at the Blairmont country plub where they were untcrtulnod at dinner. , Mlsa Lillian Bulrd of Altuomi wus entertained over the week-end ut the residence of her uncla und aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Leon Lingenfultor of 200 Maple avenue. Rev. M. Stanley Kemp, D. D., pastor Of tho Zion Lutheran church un- nouncea two special Hormon subjects for Sunday, No. 17. In tho morning he will preach on tho subject "Tho Rejoicing God." In the evening'his subject will be "Second Fiddles, Invaluable in Life's Orchestra. 1 Tho Hollldaysburg Y. M. C. A. frco movlea on Saturday night H ur« proving more popular this year than over, Over seven hundred community boys and girls attended Ihu show laHt Saturday night. General Secretary L. M. Johnson announces a big eight-reel feature film for Saturday evening, Nov. 18, entitled "Floting College," jvhlch also possesses educational featurea ua well us high class comedy. , M. Myrton Huwn, of Pittsburgh, u former Holllduyaburg resident, upenl tho week-end at .the result-net- of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. I-Iuwn of Bast Bella street. Father und son Spent Saturday hunting and wu-h got }lls legal allotment of rabbits. .. Tho closing session of thu i'resby- ••terlun school of missions, which hua been conducted for four successive Sunday evenings, in tliu First Presby- jferlan church, wua held lust Sunday ^venlng and was of a very profitable Character. Elder Cloyd Ewlng, director of men's religious wurk of the Presbytery of Huntingdon, was tin* •peaker at tho popular meeting ut 7.45, and gave un illustrated luctmv on the Holy Land. Mr. Ewing, who has traveled extenalvely in the Holy Land, had taken most of the pictures .Which were shown, and the corresponding lecture waa intensely entertaining. The church choir rendered an appropriate musical program. The •tudy, classes did outstanding work during the school of missions In the local church and much credit la due 'jjje members of the faculty. Miss Lucy Beawick, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Charles A. Berwick of 500 Walnut atreet has gono to Pittsburgh for a visit at tho home of her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Perry B. Moore ami family. Misa Beawick Will attend the play "The Little Accl- 'dent," to be given thia week in Pitts- "j>urgh, in which one of her Highland Hall classmates, Miss Kutherlne Hustings, daughter of Mrs. Franks Hust- inga of Sylvan Hills, takes a leading •part. Professor and Mrs. J. Donald Young. of the Hollidaysburg High school faculty, Miss Alma Soyster of 218 Wulnut street and Miss Pauline Shaffer of lEast Hollidu.vsbuvg have returned .Jhome from a week-end motor trip to Huntingdon where they visited friends at JuniaUi college. CANANJTATION Mrs. George Nieder of Sixth avenue, who had been conlined to her bed for several weeks past suffering from an attack of grippe, is now able to be about and Is steadily improving. Tho monthly meeting of the Canan Station Parent-Teacher association, scheduled for Friday evening of. this Week, has been postponed until Friday night, Nov. 2H. The topic for discussion at the coining meeting will be "Books." An entertaining program Is being arranged and a good speaker will be present during the evening. Merlyn Feather, the B-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Feather, severely burned its right hand several days ago when the Infant accidentally placed Its hand against the side of a hot. kitchen stove. Gordon A. Blair, executive of the Boy Scout organization for the Blair- Bedford council, will come to Canan Station Friday evening of this week to take up plans for the organization of a troop which will meet at the Canan school. Boys of 12 years and over are .cordially invited to attend tills meeting. Albert Nieder is making arrangements for the rearrangement of the Interior of the basement of the school which is to be transformed Into u recreation room and meeting place for the scouts. Already the work has been started In getting this room in shape. A committee of sponsors for the troop has been named to Include so far the names of D. C. Colobaugh, H. H. Zlnn, S. R. Neff and E. S. Flaherty. Mr. Nieder will act as scoutmawter of the now troop. About a dozen boys are already reported eligible to join and others are asked to turn out. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stough of Eldorado were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Shaffer. Samuel Marble, Roy Marble and Will Staltz, all of Duncansville, were late gucsta of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Conrad. Mrs. Donald M. Yarnell and Mlsa Catharine Glenn of Altoona were entertained by Mrs. E. J. Wilt the- latter part of the week. Mrs. Wllbcr Halnley of Duncansville was also a guest at the homo of Mrs. Wilt. James Montgomery uml two friends motored to town from Michigan and are visiting relative^) hero. Mrs. Ralph Hltu and daughter Surah, Mrs. John Benton and sons WL'i'o visitors with Altoona friends on Saturday, Miss Fuo Holland and brother Clayton spent thu week-end with their aunt Mrs. Frank Campbell and family at Holllduyaburg and with friends In Altoona. Harold Holland, Amos Shaw and, Reuol Conrad spent Saturday at Coupon. J. S. Mlllur and family spent Sunday at Woodbjiry with the formor'H liruthiM 1 Elinor Miller and family. Frank Weaver and children Miss Helen, Wayne and Francis of Laku- nionl spent Sunday with friends in thy this evening's special services, to which all members and friends have been cordially invited. The program arranged by the committee Is a most Interesting and worth-while one. Preceding the regular mid-week service, a meeting of the Senior league is to be held at 6.30 o'clock, which Ihose Interested been requested lo bear In mind. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wenner, sr., ot Philadelphia have relurned lo their home after irnotorlng here and spending the past week-end visiting with their son, R. B. Wenner, Jr., and family, temporary residents of Ihls place during Ihe road conslrucllon opera- llona wesl of here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Stewart of 1119 Fourth avenue spent Armistice day visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stambaugh at Osterburg. Samuel Marble, Dr. H. A. Wright and Roy Marble were members of a gunning party to the wilds of Bedford county on Armistice day, return- Ing with a fair showing of game for the days' outing. William Llridaman, motor mechanic In charge of the repairing of the fleet of molor Irucks owned by Ihe Philadelphia Excavallng company, engaged In the heavy grading operations on the Cresson mountain road, has been off duty since Monday when he suffered a painful burn of the right eye while at his work at the truck base at Muleshoe. Mr. Lindaman was repairing a magneto and used gasoline In cleaning It. Believing Ihe gasoline entirely evaporated the magneto was installed and when a test was being made, a small quantity that accumulated In the thing ignited, flashing Into his eye as he bent Over the machine, watching Its performance. Medical attention was given tho Injury, which while painful la not regarded as being serious. Emory Masslc and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helm all of Akron, O., have returned to their homes after visiting during tho past several daya among relatives and friends at Roaring Spring and puncansvllle. Before her recent marriage, Mrs. Helm was Miss Evelyn Masslc, a former resident of a abort distance west of this place. She is well known to many local young- people. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Shoenfelt and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Charles he Blair County Sunday School as' Delation held a very Important meet- ng last evening in the First Meth- dlst Sunday school building. It was eclded to hold the second annual oy meeting, of the young people's epartment of the district, on Friday venlng, Nov. 29. Committees were ppolnted to look after the arrangements for this general social func- on of the fall season, and no doubt everal hundreds of young folks, with heir leaders and workers will par- clpate In this fellowship assembly, .'he various chairman of the commlt- ees appointed include: Reception, drs. Adams; publicity, Miss Isabel 'schbach; refreshments, Miss Frances Valton. These chairman will salect lelr own committees and put their rork through with real pep. The rogram committee consists of four eaders from four schools of the dls- rict, and are as follows: Miss Snyer, Chureh of the Brethren; Miss Liucllle Lehman, First Presbyterian; Jiss Nlnevah, Kirk, First Methodist; larence Hambrlght, Mount Orchard. Miss Jeanette Williams is confined o her home on Lincoln avenue with Iness. Her host of friends ,are hop- ng for a very speedy recovery. Mrs. R. R. Woomer and daughter drs. Joseph Blgley, have returned to heir homes here, after spending sev- ral days very pleasantly with their aughter and sister, Miss Louise iVoomer, a student at Beaver college, ear Philadelphia. Miss Kathletn Woomer, one of the fficlent members of the Logan school acuity, who has been confined to her ome on Adams avenue for some time iy Illness, is convalescing nicely and iqpes to be able to resume her duties lefore long. ' "Page the Prince," the 1929 dvamatic jresentatlon of the Howard Gardner jost, American Legion, was presented o a capacity audience in the Wilson heatre, last evening, and will be pre- ented again, for the final time, this venlng. , The play, a clever musical :rama, was given in two acts, Act 1, being laid in a cafe "Little Gon- dollvla," New York city, and Act 2, n the public square In Gondollvia- n-the-Rhinc." Each persons taking >art performed faultlessly, and the choruses displayed splendid talent, >oth musical and dancing, reflecting most creditably on the cooperation iven between directress and actors Miss Lulu Weaver of Altoona spent the week-end with her brother G. W. Weaver uml family. Prayer meeting this evening at 7.30 o'clock at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Shufer to which everybody in invited. fiospol service in tho gospel hall on Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Thu speaker of tho evening will bo T. K. Cushmun. A cordial welcome uu'uil:i you. MARTINSBURG Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H. Buughman and daughter Eleanor spent Sunday afternoon und evening at the homo of Mr. und Mrs. Frank. Hemmlnger ut Bedford. Jucob Knislcy shot u thirteen-pound wild turkey on the mountain above FrederleUsburi? on Saturday. Miss Lillie M. Crofforu of Altoonu celebrated her birth anniversary on Monday ut the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Crofford, where she waa entertained to a fried chicken dinner, her favorite meal. Mr. and Mra. 4i\dy Huffman of New Enterprise, R. D., were Sunday visitors at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.'John Loose. F. H. Teeter and three daughters, Ruth, Mary and Martha Lois, were Saturday visitors in Altoona. Henry Seedenburg and family, accompanied by Mrs. Nicodemus of Altoona, spent Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Josikh Clapper, New Enterprise, R. D. 1. Mrs. Barbara Johnson of Woodbury and Mr. und Mra. Howard Johnson and daughter Ruth of Pittsburgh were UK NT—Six room houhe on Junl-1 visitors of Miss Anna Sell at ihe home at it, Hired, inquire Seller*' store, on Saturday. Ellas and two children all of East Sharpsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Myers and "Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McNally and family of Roaring Spring and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Diehl of Altoona were numbered among the recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Blattenbergor of a short distance above Duncansville. . A large steam shovel that waa used on the Cresson mountain road construction project arrived at the local freight yard yesterday about noon to be loaded for shipment aftei being enroute from the east extremity of the new section of highway, west of Mountain Lake park, since Sunday morning. The shovel la owned by a DuBols 'company and was one of thr largest on the job. Its usefulness heri ended with the work only partially completed when It • became disabled with heavy repairs necessary. Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Troy of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Dalbert Whip] of Altoona were members of an Armistice day motor party to Maren go, where they visited with Mr. am Mrs. James Sills. Other visitors a the Sills home during the day were George Hartlce and family of Johnstown. The men of the group went gunning, but met with poor success Mrs. Sills is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy. John T. Tato of Fifth avenue has re turned home after a pleasant week end and holiday sojourn > at Washing ton, D. C. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bragg. A child in the family of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hoover at Hlxton, nortl of Duncansvlllo, la a patient suffering with measles at the family home. Thl Is the first case of communlcabl disease reported In this vicinity fo some time. The case is not a serlou one. The homo has been placarded t prevent any further spread of tho con taglon. Mra. Carrie May and daughte Mona Jeanne of Youngstown, O., ar spending this week here visiting at th home of her mother, Mrs. Minnl Hurker and with other relatives an: friends In this vicinity. Mr. and Mra. Homer Smith an family have become residents of Dun cansvllle after residing at Dry Ru road, west of here for tho past sov eral years. Tho Smith family too .possession of tho Arthur Piper dwell Ing at 1419 Third avenue, recgntly va cated by the family of Albert Rico. The weekly meeting of the Girl Ro serve cluba and the 4-H club of the Y W. C. A. will be held on Friday after noon at 3 o'clock In the local publl school building. It will be the Hucon meeting of the Reserve cluba sine their organization and the first for th 4-H club. The glrla of the aeventl and eighth grades each have a Glr Reserve organization and will holi separate meetings, while the 4-H clu Is composed of fifth and sixth grad girls. A group of local nlmrods, member of a hunting club, enjoyed un Armls tlce day gunning trip in the region o their Huntingdon county club house with some, though no great success Dairyman John H. Forsht a membe of the group, returned with the great est regrets, having missed two Jin shots at a big wild turkey during th day. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Keller on North Thirteenth street wa tho scene of a Jolly gathering of near ly a score of young people on Mondu evening when a party was given i honor of the thirteenth blrthcluy an nlveraury of their son Herman. Th evening waa most delightfully enjoye with a varied program of entertain ment features and the serving of a de licious luncheon by Mra. Keller at late hour. Herman was the reclpien of muny useful presents on hla unn versary occasion and had the heart wlshea of all for many more happy ft turns of the day. Rev. W. A. Graham of Willlam»bur u wus a caller among friends ut this place, on Tuesday. Mr. anj Mrs. George R. Kooii of East Third uvenue are spending gome time visiting ut the home of Mr. and TYRONE A group of representative Sunday Mis« Lillian Miller spent _ the holl- chool workers of the first dlstribt of day vacation season with friends in Harrisburg. Mrs. Frank Batchler of East Tenth street was a visitor in Philadelphia this week. An institute program by the Women's Missionary association of the United Brethren church in Christ, Allegheny branch, will be presented in the United Brethren church, Tyrone. The afternoon session will start promptly at 2.30 o'clock, and the eve- BELLWOOD The Woman'* Missionary society of the Presbyterian Church will hold the annual thank offering And praise service on next Sunday evening at 7.30, in the church, A -musical program with a stereoptlclon lecture on Japan will be given. A silver offering will be taken. An invitation has been sent to the Bellwood W. C. T. U. by the Dysart Union of Altbona, to attend a covered dish luncheon in honor of Mrs. Ella B. nlng session at 7.30 o'clock. A bo* Black, newly-elected president of the luncheon will be served in the church dining hall during the supper hour. The Knights of Columbus announce another of their -very popular card parties to be held Thursday evening, Nov. 14, In their club rooms, In the Pruner building, on Pennsylvania avenue. All members and friends of the organization are very cordially invited to participate in this social function. An Impressive memorial service was held by the Men's Bible class of the First Methodist Sunday school during the morning session Sunday, Oct. 10, for the twelve members of the class who have answered the final summons during the past year. It is an unusual and sad announcement, that this large class of men has i'elt the loss of all these members, from last Armistice day, to the one just commemorated, and in the death of these men, the president, secretary and treasurer ot ttfe class were taken. At the time of this memorial service, the class sec,rAary, for many years, Frank L. Hahne, laid a corpse at his home on Lincoln avenue. Several very appropriate and appreciative addresses were given by members of the class, In memory of their departed brothers, and the service was presided over by Superintendent Emeritus J. A. Hoffman. ^ MrS. Wilbur Gibboney and -son and daughter of West Fourteenth street spent a part of Armistice! day in Har- rlsburg. . This evening the fourth and last of the minsion study classes of the Presbyterian church will be held. Following the class period Cloyd B. Ewing of Mount Union will give'.a stereopticon lecture on the Holy Land, 'after which representatives of the different missionary societies of the church Will present the pageant, "Oil for the. Torch." All are Very cordially invited for the Holy Land lecture and the pageant.. state W. C. T. U. No tickets will be sold* but each one attending Is asked to contribute to the luncheon which will be held In the First Presbyterian church on Monday NUv. 18, at 6.30. All Bellwood' members expecting to attend are asked to notify Mrs. Colburn not later than Friday noon of this week. /The auxiliary to the Fire 'comp'any will hold their monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Carolas ' on Thursday evening at 7.30. All members,are expected to be present. A covered dish, luncheon will be served. The Evangelical W. M, 8., will 'Wet at the parsonage on Thursday evening. At this meeting arrangements will be made for subscriptions to the Missionary world. Tonignt, Rev. H. G. Dooley will give the first lecture on "The -Second Survey" at the mid-week service at 7.3'0 in the Logan Valley Baptist church. Those attending will be presented with a free copy of this illuminating book, also a copy of "The Northern Baptist News." These Wednesday: night services are of such great interest that the attendance is steadily increasing. H. E. Syllng, general secretary of the Bellwood Y. M. C. A. is prepared for an unusually busy fall and winter seasori. For several weeks bowling has been the center of interest and several exhibitions and practice games have been played. A league has been in formation and the schedule will be adopted soon. Junior Moffit's team will play an Altoona "Y" team, date to be-announced later. Mr. and Mrs. Luclen Jeffries of Pittsburgh were holiday guests at the home of Mr. Jeffries sisters Mrs. McCracken and Miss Jeffries. Their son William Jeffries, who is recuperating from a serious illness at the home of his aunts, Is doing well. Bellwood Parent-Teacher assocla- The home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sherry at Juniata was the scene of an injoyable 1 gathering of friends a few venings ago When the birthday an- liversary of Mr, Sherry was celebrat- d. The affair was a complete' surprise to him and was arranged by his vife. Games, music and a dainty uncheon were notable features of the vening's gathering. He gratefully ac- tnowledged the receipt of many pretty and useful gifts and had the well wishes of all the guosts for many more happy birthdays. Those attend- ng included: Mr. and Mrs. Weimer ind granddaughter, Evelyn, Mr. arid Jrs. Hart and daughter Nelda Jean, itr." and Mrs. Clark and daughters Dorothy and Martha, Mr. and Mrs. James Klpp and daughter Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Low,master, Mr. and Mrs. Sills, Mrs. Paul Fry, Mr. and Mrs. Martin and daughter Hazel, Mr. and itrs. Parker,' Mr. Walsh and daugh- :era Hilda and Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Jurat, Misses Beatrice and Louise Sherry, Messrs. Carl Sherry,- David V'eimer, Glen Stilton and Delmar Weimer. HIGGLES GAP Mrs. Charlotte Nelson returned to .he home of her daughter Mrs. Thomas Daugherty on Tuesday after spending several days with her sister Mrs. Thomas Krisher of Vail. Mrs. H. M. Stevens enjoyed herself on Friday at Juniata with friends. Do not forget the revival meeting starting on Sunday evening, Nov. 24, at the Church of the Brethren in tho jap, and continuing all week, by the pastor, Rev. Earl C. Bowser. Tho public is cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weierlck have- returned to their home in Juniata, Mr. Weierick being called back to his work as fireman in the Pennsylvania railroad yard, being one of the furloughed members. v John Mills of near Antls, had the misfortune while at his work at the Pennsylvania railroad steel plant on Friday morning to have two of his toes mashed. • He was brought to his home, where he is resting well. Denver Parshall, while out gunning, has twice reached his Jimit for rabbits in one day. W. L. Weierick was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weierick and Mr. and Mrs. George Yohn of Juniata recently. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Parshall and son Denver and daughter Betty of Antis motored on Sunday to Blandburg where the day was pleasantly spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Igou. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Forshey and family, formerly of Pinecroft, returned to their homo at Canton, O., after enjoying a two months' visit with friends. Miss Dorothy Markley of Bellwood, teacher at McKnlght's school, due to sickness closed her school on Wednesday afternoon. On Thursday Miss Markley was able to proceed as usual. Mrs. John Hollen recently saw a bear about two hundred and fifty yards from her house. Bruin, after seeing the predicament It was In, walked lellsurely to the woods not far away. Mr. Carl and daughter Violet of Gallitzln visited on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Lyburger, near Antls. Joseph Glasgow of Blandburg GEESEYTOWN Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harlin iwho have been residents of this place for almost three years, have rented their property to Mr. Harpster of Birmingham and are moving to Altoona. Mr. Harpster is taking immediate possession of their property here. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hall of Cedar Springs, Clinton county, and Mrs. Mollie Hall Bolich' of VHoward, Centre county, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of G. R. Stlffler and family. Mr. Hall and Mrs. Bolich are brother and sister respectively of Mrs. Stiffler. . The event was a birthday party in honor of Mr. Hall. It was the intention to make the gathering a family reunion, but the two other members of the family, Mrs. Ida Hall Johnson of San Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Temple Hall Loder of Lamar, Clinton county, were unable to be present. However, those who were present spent a very pleasant time together. On Friday evening' about 6.30 an automobile occupied by Mi 1 , and Mrs. Ashton Church, their t,wo sijnall children, the one a babe in arms and the other a little girl B years, of age, and Mrs. Church's .sister, while en route from Wilkinsburg to Mifflln, encountered an obstruction,on reaching here that turned their car down over the fill at the junction of the Juniata valley road, causing the car to skid, and run up against' the Lutheran church, breaking one headlight, two 1 leaves of a spring and damaging the. fenders to the extent of ?50. None of the occupants were Injured. Rev. Edward E. Hoshour, the retiring pastor of the Lutheran congregation here, preached his farewell, sermon on Sunday evening and expects to vacate the parsonage on Friday. The funeral of Albert Wertz, a former resident of West Loop; but who resided in Huntingdon at the time of his death, was largely attended by relatlvea on Friday afternoon at the Frankstown Methodist Church. Interment was made in the Gesseytown cemetery, Winneld S. Halnsey of Brush Mrs. William Irwin Station. of near Canan William Yeckley and sons Roy, Melvln and Wiliner and Harvey Diehl enjoyed an Armistice day hunting trip to Dry Run. They brought down a total of seventeen cottontails. <J>ew» KUeet.—Adv. Mr. and Mra. Kenton Miller visited dayaburg. FEKMANENT WAVE SPECIAL A beautiful natural wave, only $3.60, complete, until Dec. I. Mm. Kthcl Selwitz, 614 Third avenue. Mra. Desale Simmons at Everett, who is very sick. Mrs. Hannah Anderson, at the home, was visited on Sunday by Edna, Pearl I and Donald Anderaon Rltcbey of Holli- motored on Tuesday to the homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Hollen. On Wednesday morning, accompanied by Mr. Hollen, they started on a gunning trip, Mr. Hollen succeeded in getting a fine rabbit. While neau the Beltway farm Joseph -Glasgow landed a fine turkey hen at 10.30 a. m. Mr. Glasgow, Mr. and Mrs. John Hollen had the pleasure on Thursday evening of partaking of a line turkey supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hollen, Chester, while gunning, near the Nelson farm on Wednesday, succeeded in bringing down a line gobbler. • After enjoying nearly one week's visit at Pittsburgh with relatives and friends, Mrs. Margaret Cox, returned to her home, accompanied by her daughter Miss Lorrenu Cox of Pittsburgh. Miss Jennie Nelson was circulating among friends in the gap pn Saturday. Steward Weston and son Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mills, while Running on Saturday, Nov. 2, at Shado gap, succeeded in bagging their limit of squirrel and rabbits. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mills spent Saturday evening at Altoona with Mr. and Mrs. B. Rhodes. Sergeant Mahlon Lepperd of Altoona spent Sunday at tho home of Misu Helen Doyle. Ono of- the Hallowe'en season's most delightful functions was held on Friday evening, Nov. 1, at the home, near Antls, of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Gurman. It was a masquerade surprise party in tyionor of Men. D. H. Garman, that wus highly enjoyed by all. Upon the arrival of the guests u diversified entertainment program was featured and after tho guests had participated in u who's who Kueasing contest, various forms of entertainments proved interesting. Mrs. Oarman's birthday anniversary arrived on Wednesday, Oct. 23. She received many beautiful and useful gifts and at a reasonable houf a, dainty refreshment menu of seasonable delicacies was enjoyed. Those attending were Mrs. Jane Garman, Mrs. Norman Mann, Mrs. Joseph Rice and Andy Garman of Bellwood, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pfahler and children, Mrs. Pearl Lauver, Ifm. Wiley, Mrs. Ed. Otto, Mrs. Otto. Mrs. Alice Forshey, Mrs. James Mulhollen, Mrs. Jacob Garman, Mrs. Nellie Troutman, Mrs. Ester Forst, Robert Oswald and Mr. and Mra. D. H. Garman. Ou Saturday evening, Nov. 9, at the homo gf Mr, iiud Mra. E. D. mountain spent last week in Washington, D, C., at the home of his daughter and Her husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Treese. Mra. Treese had been to visit her father and he accompanied her home. The paving on the old turnpike, or state highway as it is now called, between Canoe Creek and the Scotch yalley junction, is progressing nicely and is now as far west as the John* Treese property, formerly known as the Samuel Cruse place. Miss Mattia Reid, of Wilkinsburg,attended services at the Lutheran church here on Sunday and Sunday evening. Miss Reid was a former resident of this place, having grown to womanhood here. She is at present the guest of her aister, Mrs. Blanche Bice and family In Frankstown. Mrs. Joseph L. Ketner was called to Hollidaysburg on Sunday on account of the sudden Illness of her aunt, Miss Laura Hfleman, who was stricken by paralysis. tion will meet at the P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. on Thursday evening at 7.30. Miss Velma Wolfe will have charge of the -student program. Mrs. C. E. Dickson, Mrs. Rue Myers and Miss Wolfe are on the committee for the meeting. Mothers are reminded not to forget the baby clinic which meets every Friday from 2 to 4 o'clock in charge of Miss Harriet Shelley, state nurse. The clinics are held in the P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. Miss Mertie Caldwell of Meccaria is a guest at the - home of her nephew John McCoy and family, South Second street and also other relatives in Altoona and Hollidaysburg. Mrs. Horace Grant of the Lovel apartments has returned home after a pleasant visit with her daughter Miss Catherine Grant, in Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kask and Mrs. Mary Root spent Armistice day in Pittsburgh., Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Peterson oi Punxsutawney were Decent 'guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wulfert on the hill. Mrs. Wulfert and Mrs. Peterson are sisters. Mrs. Lizzie Anderson of Chambersburg was a week-end guest at the home of her mother Mrs. Jacob Ed- mislon. Paulette's Dress Shoppe MaiiV Street. Will save you the worry of wliut^to wear for the holidays. New dresses just arrived. Como early to bo sure to get your size. Adv JOHN HOLLEN Elected Road Supervisor of Antls township takes this means to thank all who BO loyally supported his campaign. Adv. To the Voters of Antis Township Thanks, very kindly, for reelectln me to be your, tax collector. Each un every vote, kind thought, word anc deed In my behalf is * highly apprecl ated. Ira E. Shoenfelt 1 Adv. LOYSBURG Cherry and family of the gap an oyster supper was held. The evening was crowded with entertainment consisting of music, games and dancing. All present enjoyed themselves to the uttermost and at a reasonable hour oysters and lunch, with a delicious appetizer, wag served. Those present were Mr. and Mra. Charles Collier, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Craine, Mr. and Mra. H. M. Stevens and daughter • Lena May, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hollen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Frederick nnd daughter Rosella, Mra. Margare't Smith, Mrs. Grace Miller and family, Miss Katherene Caldwell and Verla Cherry, Messrs. George Nail, Charles Smith, Harold and Victor Cherry, David and Grant Nail, Robert Craine, Steward Williams, Jamea Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cherry and family. Mrs. Steward Weston and son Billy motored on Sunday to Bellefonte and spent the afternoon and evening with Mra. S. Irwin. Sherman Frederick of Whenwood was a recent visitor of David and Grant Nail. ROARING SPRING UOAIUNG Sl'IUNG THEAfltK Bill Halnci, in "THE DUKE STEPS OUT" A Talking I'icturc. ' AUo Comedy. JUNIATA ELDORADO Miss Sara Jane Beacham, daughter of Professor and Mrs. H. H. Beacham f 801 Fifty-sixth street, was given a >lrthday party Thursday afternoon in lonor of her eight natal anniversary. Phe guests were a number of school chums of Miss Sara Jane, arid from i.30 Until 6 p. m. had a most enjoyable -ime wjth games and music. Mrs. Seacham served refreshments to com- pjete the happy afternoon, Those jresent were Lois Learner, Marie balance, Betty Matthews, Betty Carlin, Martha G. Jones, Lois Bixler, Brma Lukens, Virginia Heverly, Dorothy Stahl, Jean Ruess, Eleanor Ruess, Annabel Morrow, Ruth Dunmire, Louise Mills, Mildred Nolan, Master Harry Beacham,'Mrs. Mercer of the Eldorado school, and the Grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Lantz. E. M. Dougherty of 5417 Montrose avenue has returned from Baltimore where he delivered a talk In the "In- As-Much" mission, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Will Williams and daughter of Lakemont Terrace, and Mr. and Mrs. George G. Baker of Catfish, were callers at the home of E. M. Bake"r, B53 Fifty-third street, during Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mclntyre of Pittsburgh, were week-end guests at the home of the former's sister Mrs. J. E. McDonough of 546 Fifty-third street. Mr. Mclntyre and' Mr. Donough, in company with a party of friends, enjoyed several days hunting in the vicinity of McConnelsburg. Professor and Mrs. M. M. Beacham and criildren Sara .Jane and Harry, •motored'to McVeytowh Friday evening where they spent the week-end at the farm of. Charles W. Lantz; . , Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Patterson and son Hubert of Altoona were entertained at dinner Monday evening at the home of Mrs. William Barnard of 5304 Fourth avenue. Mrs. E. M. Dougherty of 5417 Montrose avenue'has been confined to her home suffering with a second degree burn of the left foot. On Friday evening, af number p friends were entertained in the home, of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Teeter, in honoi of Mrs. Teeter's birthday. The eve nlng was spent in playing 500. Da licious refreshments were served, and a pleasant evening was enjoyed. Thosi present were, Mr. and Mrs. H. L Ritchey, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hall Misses Lyda Grubb, Dorothy Hadden Elsie Littlu and Helen Bassler, Ernes Strelght of Roaring Spring, Mr. anc Mrs. Fred Snyder and Mr. Walter Me Knight of Altoona and Mrs. Russel Baker of Scottdale and Mr. and Mrs F. J. Teeter *nd Marie Teeter. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Boyer and visited Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Holslnge and family of Calrnbrook. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nycum spen Sunday with friends in Everett. Mr. and'Mrs. David Koontz of Potts town were callers in the home of Mr and Mrs. R, T. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Little of Pitts burgh were week-end guests of the former's sister Miss Elsie Little. ' Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Boyer and family of Eldorado spent the week-end with Mr. Boyer's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Balser. R. T. Hall and F. J. Teeter were visitors in Harrisburg, Wednesday. Mrs. Thomas Gonsman of Roaring. Spring was a caller in the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Teeter last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kegarise called on friend- in' Bedford, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Snyder and family and Mrs. Susan Shoenfelt of Altoona visited relatives here Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Karns, who spent the summer in their home in Loysburg gap, have returned to Altoona where they will spend the winter. Professor and Mrs. G. F. Reiter and family of Cumberland, Md., visited relatives here, Sunday. HUNTINGDON Mrs. Harry S. Smith of 219 Mifflin street has returned home after spend- ind the." week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith of Alexandria. J. B. Krepps, Mrs. Levi Prindle and Mrs. C. R.' Murray, all of Altoona, are spending a few days in Huntingdon at the home 1 of their brother Home,r W. Krepps, having been called here on account of the funeral of their brother Harry W. Krepps, who died at his home in Harrisburg on Saturday. Lloyd Boring of Altoona Is visiting at the home of his sister Mrs. Catharine Herncane'of 109'Mount Vernon avenue'. Mrs. L. S. Grlbble of Altoona was called to Huntingdon on account of the death of her brother James McElroy. Miss Edna Evans and Misses Blanche and Marjorie Colbert, all ol Jeannette, are guests at the home of the latter's brother Jamea, L. Colbert, on Penn street. Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. Harman of Pittsburgh and daughter Mrp. Clarence Garrjson, and son William Harman were guests .at the home ol Dr.' and Mrs. G. G. Harman of 523 Penn street, over the week-end. Miss Nan Mitchell and Mrs. William McCoy, -both of Altoona, have returned home after being guests at the Herncane home, 109 Mount Vernon avenue* Miss Dorothy Wagner of Eighth anc Mifflin streets, and Mrs. Charles Skean of 408 Second street spent yesterday at Cresson where they visitec their friend Miss Marion Corson, and friends in Altoona^ Rev. and. Mrs. J. B. Umberger of 324 .Mifflin street are spending some time in Philadelphia where Mrs. Urn- berger is a patient in the Wills Eye hospital. Richard Front? of Philadelphia spent the week-end at t>? home of his parents Dr. and Mrs. 'C. H. Frontz of Fifth and Mifflin streets. The Earnest Workers class ot St. Paul's Reformed Sunday school tendered & surprise party to their teach- erY Harry Miller. The party was held n honor of the long Service rendered by Mr. Miller as the leader of the class. Mr. Miller and his family will shortly leave - Juniata to reside in a new home just beyond Hollidaysburg where he has purchased a farm. Rev. , Grubb, pastor of St. Haul's, gave 5 an address of appreciation for the service .hat Mr. Miller has rendered to the church in all departments, presenting Mr. and Mrs. l<:iller with a beautiful ern and floor lamp, gifts from the class. N. L. Korns, superintendent of he Sunday school, also addressed the , gathering, paying tribute to Mr. Mil- ef's value as a teacher in the Sunday school and church work in general. Mr. Miller responded feelingly ;o the addresses and gifts and expressed satisfaction in being able to work in the church of Jesus Christ. A social hour and luncheon were also . Jeatures of the evening's entertainment. Those present w'ere Rev. and Mrs. V. D. Grubb, 'Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Korns, Mra. J. .W. Gramley, (Mrs. C. J, Moore, Mrs. H. G. Edwards, Mrs. E. J. Davis, Mrs. E. W. Berke- hiser, Mrs. L. A.' Winter, Mrs W. E. McKinney, Mrs. J. A. Lytle, Mrs. K. C. Palmer, Mrs. W. L. Zerbe, Mrs.- Paul F. .Newark, Mrs. C. Tlllet, Mrs. 3. P. Carter, Mrs. J. A. Stamm, Mrs. S. T. Miller, Mrs. Chalmers Cunningham, Mrs. Zlnn, Mrs; W. G. Quiggle. Mrs. \I. C. Reisinger, Mrs. 0. S. ShaS Mrs. S. W. Campbell, Mrs. Benjamia Ressler, Miss Hattie Langer, Mrs. Alberta Reigh, Mrs. O. Byrns, Mrs. Wester, Mrs. E. C. NOrth, Mrs. F. T.> Mentzer, Miss Sara Lytle, Miss Dorothy Edwards, John Edwards, Mr. and. Mrs. Harry Miller, Elton Miller, Ronald Miller, Clyde Miller, Mrs. Rebecca Blattenberger and Miss Lollle Blattenberger. The Ladles' guild of St. Peter's Episcopal church will hold a cafeteria and social Thursday evening in the church hall. The public is invited to enjoy the evening. Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Keboch of Harrisburg spent the week-end with Rev.-" and Mrs.,\W. W. Banks of the First Methodist parsonage, 808 Fourth street. Rev. Keboch is director of religious education in the Central Pennsylvania conference and he occupied' the First church pulpit Sunday morning. Mrs. C. M. Hinkle of 1312 Fourth avenue is visiting with friends in Washington, D. C. William Marks, 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs, John Marks of 1413 Fifth avenue fell from a gate at his home and suffered a fracture of the left arm. The Ladies' Aid society of the Grace Evangelical church will sell vegetable soup tomorrow from 11.30 a. m. until 1.30 p. m. at the church. A liberal patronage will be appreciated. The Rainbow class of the Wesley Memorial Methodist -Sunday school are baking doughnuts all day today at the church. This, will be a good place to buy a dozen of nice fresh doughnuts. The Earnest Workers 'class of St. Paul's Reformed Sunday school will hold a' cafeteria Thursday evening, Nov. 14, from 6 until 7 o'clock. Tickets are on sale for a nominal sum and a good'meal'is promised. The Helping _Hand class of the Otterbein United Brethren Sunday school will meet Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Bertha Hlte, 113 Tenth avenue. All members are urged to b; present. • A young people's get-together dinner will be served in the social groom'of the Presbyterian' church this evening; at 6.30/o'clock. A program of interest has been arranged with J. H, Tobias as the principal speaker. No charge will be asked for the dinner and all young people of the congregation are cordially invited. . The Mission Study 'class of the Young Woman's Missionary society of the Trinity Lutheran church will meet this evening at 7.45 o'clock in Trinity hall. The entire congregation including the men are Invited to be present. The C. I. C. class the Presbyterian Sunday school will' meet Thursday evening Mrs. M. J. in the church parlor. Wyper, Misses Mabel Boyles and Jennie Kinley willbe the hostesses' and a good attendance is urged. , The Woman's Christian Temperance union will meet in regular session Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. parloy. The meeting will include the report of the recent state convention,' a special program and a social tea. All members and, friends of the .congregation are cordially invited to be present. The Juniata chapter, American War Mothers, will meet Thursday evening at 7.30 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. parlor. A good attendance la urged for the nomination of officers. . t The monthly meeting of the Juniata Soldier, Sailor and" Marine club will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in Paul F. Newark's barber shop. Business of importance will be trans- "Did you look at our new Come' and aee what we are acted, home? doing." For Sale—Small heating • stove, soft coal burner; 2-gus reznors, 3-plate gas- burner, gas oven, small kitchen table. Dial 2-0602. Adv. IT" FAMOUS Restaurant BETTED FOOD AT JLOWEB PBICUS Next to Mountain City Bank WE WANT YOU TO JOIN OUR 1930 CHRISTMAS SAVINQ CLUB Begin paying any time during December. You will be surprised what a few cents a week paid into the club will amount to by Christmas time. HUNDREDS OF OUR 1929 CLUB MEMBERS WILL BE MADE HAPPY this December when they get their. aavinga with compound interest in one lump. sum. Think this over. Talk it over. We want you and you need us. FIRST NATIONAL BANK i JUNIATA WANT TO MAKE Some Easy Money? Enter the Christmas Treasure Hunt Contest Juniata Furniture Co. Furniture, Rugs and Lamps — Crosley and Amrad Radio- 714 Fourth Avenue, Juniata $300 IN GASH PRIZES

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