Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 13, 1929 · Page 23
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••V" ALTOONA MIRROR—W&DNESMY, NOVEMBER 13, 1929 i} CARROLLTOWN 'The fuheral of the late John Ott of East Carroll township, waa conducted from St. Benedict's church, Oarroll- cown, at 9 o'clock Monday morning, burial taking place in the church cemetery following the solemn requiem vgh mass. A large concourse of rel- *.vives and friends attended the serv- 1 * e ; .The pastor of the churcn, assisted by two other local priests/ of- ilwrJated at the service. Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Buck and the fcXiet of the latter, James Green, all of Carrolltown, motored to Shlp- pensburg State Teachers' college to attend the Fathers' day exercises held at that institution Saturday. Jack, son of Mr. Green, is a student at the school Mrs. James B. Drury of Pittsburgh returned to her home after a visit with her sister Mrs. Fred J. Fees on Sunday. The annual bazaar for the benefit of St. Michael's church, Loretto, is dated for Thursday, Nov. 19, when the various committee -appointed for the departments such as were had in previous years, will again be active In the work assigned the'm. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Galiardi, Prof. Michael Kurtz and Francis Green were in Pittsburgh Saturday, when Mr. Galiardi consulted with a doctor for ailments that disqualified him for work for some time. Mrs. C. L. Kelly, chairman of the drive for membership for the recently • organized auxiliary for the Miners' hospital, Spangler, reports splendid success in the drive In Patton, the home town of chairman. The list of ladles enrolled as members is credlt- -nble to Patton and its promoters. In conjunction with other members of the auxiliary, a benefit card party will be sponsored at St. Thomas' parish house, Barnesboro, Thursday evening, when a large assemblage Is expected \ to be present. 1 The newly constructed macadam Vfted leading from the Patton borough f line in East Carroll township through the town of Ashcroft is now open to traffic and will be of special convenience to people in the Ashcroft and Rellly districts. The improved highway is one and one-half miles In length. Few roads in the county were more badly needed than the one just completed. A flock of wild ducks landed on the outskirts of Patton on a recent Sunday, but the prohibition to shoot them ( on the Sabbath was a great disappointment to the sportsmen Itching for the opportunity. The birds were gone the following morning. The members of St. George's church, Patton, opened ,a bazaar in a building on Magee avenue and will continue a daily program until Saturday, inclusive. The usual order of conducting an indoor fair will prevail and patrons will be accommodated in the various departments, fancy articles to be for sale, likewise foodstuffs. T. A. Sharbaugh of Altoona and Mrs. Jane Sharbaugh and son and daughters, James and Misses Martha and Margaret Sharbaugh of Johnstown, were visitors of their relatives; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Adams and daughter Miss Camilla Adams on Sunday. Dr. G. E. Melsel and wife and children of Pittsburgh, were among their lunfolks of Carrolltown, to which place they motored to spend the weekend. The Cambria County Sportsmen's association report a shortage of |200 to finish the Eckenrode dam project in East Carroll township and members of the organization are contemplating ways and means for raising the amount, which they believe will not be difficult to do. The impounding of the water in Chest Creek has backed up the stream for a couple of miles and provides room for the stocking of many more flsh than have already been planted in the stream. Quite a lot of concrete work \ has been done on the dam since the \ sportsmen became active in making .A^it profitable for the propagation of / >i'ater food. Dr. and Mrs. C. L,. McCoy of Hastings have returned from Philadelphia, where the former was for a while a patient in Jefferson hospital. The doctor is prominent in his profession in north Cambria county. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Campbell of Hastings were in Milton on account of the illness of the former's mother, who suffered a slight stroke of paralysis recently. Mr. Campbell is mail clerk on the Cression division, P. R, R. Mr. and Mrs. James McNeils and daughter Patricia of Hastings, were motorists to Altoona Friday, a visit being made with relatives, Paul Binder, brother of Mrs. McNeils, being on the list. Amandus Kirkpatrlck of Altoona was here to pay his last respects to his deceased kinsman, James Leo Kirkpatrlck, who died at his home in Carrolltown Saturday morning. The funeral of Mr. Kirkpatrick was Held from St. Benedict's church Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mra. Louis Luther of Altoona visited at the home of Dr. and, Mrs. E. F. Arble, the latter a slstor of Mr. Luther, Friday evening. Fred and Bob Arble, sons of Dr. and Mrs. Arble, are spending a few days with their parents. The young men are studenta of the University of Pittsburgh. Prof. Joseph Maucher of Carrolltown addressed the student body of the Carrolltown High school during the weekly educational hour. Armistice day morning, the subject being appropriate for the holiday. The apeaker teaches chemistry in the NEWJPARIS Eureka Grange No. 607, will hold an entertainment on Nov. 16, in the Grange hall, a fine program will be rendered. Following the entertainment a baked ham supper will be given to promote the grange activities, all are invited and welcome to attend. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Lemmer of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. • Stanley Blackburn and daughter Anna Ruth of Ho'llidaysburg, Mrs. O. B. Glenn Miss Catherine Blackburn and Blair Blackburn of Morgantown, W. Va., and Mrs. Gertrude B. Mowry of Hyndman were visitors and enjoyed a home coming for several days, including the week-end at the home of their mother, Mrs. Emma Blackburn. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Carn and daughter Dorothy and Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Carn and sons Donald and Herbert of Claysburg were calling in town and were entertained at the Maple Tree inii on Sunday afteroon. Mr. and Mrs. Haldor Saylor and son Fred of Gelstown spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Baylor's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Taylor and her grandmother Mrs. Alcinda Taylor aged 80 who Is very ill at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Corle of Johnstown were dinner guests of Mrs. Corle's aunt Mrs. Emma Bailey and also visited Mr. Corle's mother Mrs. Charley M. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. John Hiner and sons Joe, Bruce any Ned of Gelstown spent from Saturday till Monday evening here with relatives and Mr. Hiner's mother Mrs. Annie M. Hiner. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kerr and daughters Jeraldine, Mildred, Margaret, Jean and Doris of Johnstown ipent several days here with relatives and Mrs. Kerr's parents Mr. and Mrs. 3. B. Cuppett. Mr. Gochnaur and Miss Catherine Rose of Johnston were coming to the home of Miss Rose's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose, west of New Paris, when at the curve and hill near Joseph duster's, south of town, Roy Mlckle was coming in the opposite direction with a large car. The cars collided and the occupants of the first car were thrown out and sus- ained only light bruises. ,Mr. Mickel was only badly shaken up but the front of his car was crushed and broken so badly that it is beyond repair. The Gochnaur cat - was also damaged but was taken to a garage for repairs. Mr. and Mrs. George McMullen have moved into the flrst floor apartment of the Martin duplex at 321 Logan avenue. Mr. and Mrs. James Whitfleld have moved from Lotz avenue to the jchmittle property on Elm street re r cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. McCloskey. Anna Jean FishSr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher of North Pine street, was admitted to the Mercy hospital last Friday. V. J. Fisher fcnd Mrs. Forney of 'ront street, drove to Philipsburg on Sundfty where they were called on ac- ount of an automoblte wreck in which M(. Fisher's brother Frank Fisher and two children figured. There were hree cars In the wreck which happen:d between Snow Shoe and Philips- mrg about 11 a. m. Sunday. The ittle girl, Vivian Fisher, had her leg ind arm pretty badly hurt and Mr. 'isher and the son, Jimmie, received ome pretty bad bruises and cuts. V. . Fisher brought his brother and two hildren hohie. The Frank Fisher car was badly damaged. Mrs. Delozler of South Altoona spent a couple of days at the home of her aughter Mrs. Plowman of First ave- iue.< Mr. and Mra. B. M. Lindemer and aughter Vara Ann Of Baynton avenue vere Thursday guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. M. Lindemer of Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Royer and two hildern Gregg and Allen of Sixth treet, and Mrs. Royer's mother, Mrs. Margaret Royer of Leslie street, spent he week-end in Virginia where they Halted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Spangler High school, but resides at the home of his father Dr. J. V. Maucher. United States flags waved in the breezes of a spring-Hke day from poles set in receptacles along the main thoroughfare of Carrolltown, Armistice day. No public demonstration was held, but celebrations of a social character were given in one way or another, in schools and homes. Broken Plates mnd Loose Plates remade like new. Free examination SWEET AIR For tba Painless Extraction of Xeeth DR. SHOR 1112 13th Ave. Phone 2-1929 Next Door to Lincoln Tiust Bank Uouri: Dally a *. m. to 6 p, m. Hon.. Wed., Sat., to 8 p. m. Majestic Radio Sold by THE 3. E. SPENCB ELECTRIC SXOBE Authorized Dealers 1310 19th Ave. Dial 4191 W M M m COLONIAL Daily 2 to 5; 7 to 10.30 P. M. LAST TIMES TODAY • The Rollicking War Comedy BEILLY - , ALL » « of the •*• LAUGHS * « RAINBOW DIVISION I'atlio News, Comedy, SnapHhotn THURS., D'RI. 'AND SAT. The Continental Star OLGA CHEKOVA In the melo-drama of thrills fJ Thurs., GLASSWARE NIGHT fri., AMATEUR NIGHT . «»*••. Mo »"d 16o . 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Charles Sell, in his game Monday, brought home a red fox. S. K. Ryan and sons Howard and Francis of Leslie street, and M. E. Tomlinson and daughter Jane of First avenue, motored to the home of Mrs. Gingrich at Arch Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Royer In Sinking Valley. Don't forget there Is revival services every night this week except Saturday at the Church of God. Everybody Is heartily invited to attend. Junior McMullen, son of Mr. and Mrs. George McMullen, who was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday a week ago, is getting along very nicely. The Stitch and Chatter club held their regular meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Thelma Free of Hill Top. The business of the club was transacted and the balance of the time was very pleasantly spent in sewing', readings and several musical numbers, after which a dainty lunch was BOSIMESS Mtrrs uinot LUNCH O UR business men's lunch is getting mora popular all the "time. You can't beat it for quality or price. 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Your Rig Opportunity to Save $15 and Install Comfort) Convenience, Economy and Health At The Lowest Price Ever Offered THIS OFFER APPLIES TO ALL NEW SILENT KELVINATOR MODELS Come In Today! Pon ii Contra SOUTH JJJOONA Mr, Hanley of 4041 Fifth avenue, dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burget of 4017 fifth avenue, Russell Halnloy, Chnrles ^ollason of .3910 Fourth avenue, Charles Snydcr of .4001 Fifth avenue, arl Sklppia ol Fourth avenue and hirty-eighth street, Paul Reed, John liancr of 4047 Fifth avenue, Hnrold ohnsonbaugh, Weclo De Giilus of 100 fortieth street, C. W. Rollins of 40H5 Tifth avenue, Grant Cochran, Miss ^ochran and Melvin McClellan of 818 Sixth avenuo made up a party vho motored to Johnstown where they pent Saturday afternoon and eve- Ing. Slight improvement is reported in lie condition of A. D. Williams ol! 118 Fifth avenue, who has been erlously ill lor the past several veeks. .Max Chapman of Willlamsport is pnding several days with his par- served by Mrs. Free. Those prenont vere Virginia Wilson, Nancy Hutchison, Helen Snively, Mary Ann Hutch!• ion and Thelma Free. Tho girls decided they would meet every two veeks instead of every week. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Helen Snively. ents Mr. and Mrs. A. Chapmart ftt 3963 Sixth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pensyl and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Troese, sr., of the Schweitzer apartments motored to Sproul where they spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pensyl. Miss Dorothy Pfitton has returned after spending several days with relatives In Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Eastep have gone to Philadelphia where they will spend several days. Robert Fowler has returned to his home at 4037 Fifth avenuo after spending two weeks in Cleat-field. Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and (Sons George and Vincent have returned after spending several days In Mnrtlnsburg with Mrs. Thompson': parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gregory. 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