Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 7, 1930 · Page 17
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fh*. ffrlendly Bible class ol the Methodist church held thetr meeting \m Tuesday evenlgg at the home of Mr. fcftd Mrs. Ifvln fftylor, v Th« session was opened with a song and scripture reading and prayer by ftev. W. L. Phillips. Twenty-five minutes was given for discussion on Sunday school lesson by the teacher, Rev. T. B. Mlckle and a very Interesting dialogue was given by Mrs. N. F. Richards and Mrs. Rebecca Counnelly. A social hour was spent while the hostess served delicious refreshments to the following: Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Phillips of Schellsburg, Judge and Mraj S. H. Mlckle, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Stuckey, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Went*, Mrs. Cora Qephart, Rev. T. B. Mlckle, Mrs. Elsie Davis, Mrs. Mary Croyle, Mrs, George Holderbaum, Mrs. Harry Latshaw, Mrs. John Benna, Mrs. Rebecca Counnelly, Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Richards, Mrs. Whel- len Rock, Mrs. David Holderbaum, Miss Lulu Hoover, Pauline Wentz, Cornelia Mlckle, Vera Krttonbaugh, La Vern Clark, Harry and Ralph Mlckle. Rev. and Mrs. John Snyder.of Tyrone spent some time here at the home of Miss Lulu Hoover. When returning home their son Professor Ezra R. Snyder accompanied them, ' Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cuppett and daughters Misses Lillian and Lois Jane of Johnstown were guests at the home of Mrs. Cuppett's father Charley M. Davis. Mr. Cuppett also spent some time with his parents Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Cuppett. Professor and Mrs. William Heck of Johnstown were attending commencement here and spent a few days at the home of the latter's brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shoenthal. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Slick and daughter Miss Roberta of Johnstown were visiting relatives here and spent .tome time with Mrs. Slick's sister Mrs. Winter Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Saylor and baby son of Johnstown were recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Saylor's parents Home. Mr. and Mrs. J. Madison Mr. Sheesley, Miss Burdett .Wendell and Mrs. Alexander Moyer of Johnstown were visiting their relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stucey of Johnstown were recent guests at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charley Stuckey. Central City ball team, 18 In number, was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Blsel. While here they played with New Paris ball team and won the game, New Paris winning the gamo with them two weeks and Mrs. Lee Bycrs and sons ago. Mr. Jacob and Charles of Pittsburgh and Charles Miller, Mrs. J. Collor and Lloyd Blough and wife of Johnstown were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Blsel recently. Mrs. Emma Knepper, Mrs. Frank Hugo and Charles Grey of Pittsburgh were spending some time here with relatives, also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Scot Holderbaum. Ed. Bowen living -west of town, was takon to the hospital at Wlndber on Monday and underwent a serious op- oration. Tt was reported here on Wednesday he was getting along fairly well. Dr. H. I. Shoenthal, who Is still In the hospital at Windber, was reported as still In a serious condition. Mrs. Daniel Helman was taken very 111 with kidnoy trouble on Monday and is condhcrt to her bed. Mrs. Ronald Colvin and ' daughter Dolly of Somerset were visiting the former's mother Mrs. Rebecca Grazier. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert and family of Johnstown were guests at the same •Mr Mrs. F. ft. Tetter and daughter Lois visited relatives in L*nea»ter county from. TuesdAy til! ThursdAy night when they returned by bus. D. T. over of oarrett, Ind., has been visiting relatives And friend* in the cove for the past $reek. Mr. Over Is on his way to the annuAl conference of the Church of the Brethren, to be held next week At Mershey. w Mrs. Alice Dunning of Chicago, who spent the past ten days helping to care for her sick mother, started on her homeward trip on Friday evening. While here she called twice on Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Crofford, who were her and her parent's neighbors in Chicago some years Ago. David Wineland, who underwent an operation at the Nason hospital at Roaring Spring a week ago, will be removed to his home on Friday. Mr. Wlneland's condition is growing worse. v Mrs. Mary Pollard spent Wednesday with friends at Roaring Spring. On Thursday the first home grown strawberries of the season were offered on the streets of Martlnsburg by two growers. They looked fine and tempting and the citizens demonstrated that they had not forgotten their liking for strawberry shortcake. Mrs. Nancy Metzker, after spending two years In California, returned on Tuesday looking hale and hearty for a lady of her age. She enjoyed the country and climate very much. The Brethren church, Martinsburg and McKee: Martinsburg—Sunday school at 9.30. No preaching service, the pastor being away at a meeting. Christian Endeavor at 6.30; Mrs. Martha Klme, leader. Children's day program Sunday evening, June IB. Rev. R. Paul Miller is a noted evangelist and Bible teacher. He is strictly fundamental and has taught for several years in the Philadelphia School of the Bible. He will be here from June 17 to 29, In a Bible conference. The first week in the afternoon he \vill take up the subject on the "Tabernacle." In the evening of the first week he will discuss the "Underworld.". McKee—Sunday school at 9.30. Bible study class at 7. R. Paul Miller will conduct a Bible conference at the McKee Brethren church for one week, beginning June 30 to July 6. Rev. James S. Cook, pastor. Martinsburg charge of the Reformed church, Rev. tor: Victor Steinberg, pas- 1 I A home. Miss Fleta Berkhelmcr and Earl Crissman of Pittsburgh wore guests the home «!' Miss Berkhcimer's brother-in-law and sistor Mr. and Mrs. Sewoll Suter. Mr. and MM. Elmer Miller of Braddock were visiting old friends here. Mr. Miller was a former resident here many years ago. Mr. and Mm. A. D. Ling and daughter Miss Lcora and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ling, Mrs. Rebecca Honestlne of Johnstown and Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Davis of Bcllwood were visiting their relatives, Postmaster and Mrs. A. J. Crissman. Professor and Mrs. L. S. Swartz left on .Monday for WilliamBport where they expect to reside. Professor Swartz was principal of the New Paris High school for the pnst term and has many friends here. William Qephart and family after residing In Johnstown for many years have returned to their Now Parts on Tuesday. old home in LLYSWEN The annual Children's day service will bo appropriately observed in the Llyswen Methodist church Sunday morning at 10.46. An Interesting program will be presented by the members of the Sunday school department and baptism will bo administered. An Invitation is extended to all members and friends. Mrs. Roland White and three children of 2101 Coleridge avenue are spending some time at their cottage in Oxford, Md. x Amos Davis, Jr., a student of University of Virginia, arrived ut his home Tuesday where he will spend the summer vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Amos Davis. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olewlne delightfully entertained the members of tho Beechwood club at their home, 212 Coleridge avenue, Tuesday evening. £ St. John's, Martinsburg—Church worship and . sermon at 9.30. "The Day of Pentecost." Sunday school at 10.30; Charles Bonebreak, super- i/itendent. Salem, Beavertown—Sunday school at 9.30; A. I, Fouse, superintendent. Church worship and sermon at 11. Tuesday evening, June 10, the United Brotherhood will attend In a body the evangelistic services being conducted at the Church of God of Clover Creek. Rev. J. S. Strine of Hollidaysburg will bring the message. After tho chucch service the regular business meeting of the Brotherhood will be conducted. First Methodist, Rev. Victor B. Hann, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30; A. E. Marts, superintendent. Woodbury—Sunday school at 9.30. Public worship at 10.30. Yellow Creek—Sunday school at 2. Public worship at 3. Loysburg—Sunday school at 9.30. Public Worship at 7.30. Church of the Brethren, Martinsburg—Church school at 9.30. Preaching at 10.30 and at 7.30. Junior B. Y. P. D. and C. W. meeting at 6.45. Clover Creek—Church school at 9.30. Preaching at 7.30. B. Y. P. D. at 0.45. Cross Roads—Church school at 9.30. Preaching at 7.30. Rev. Charles O. Beery, pastor. Church of God, Martinsburg, Rev. E. F. SIpe, pastor—Bible school at 9.15; E. S. Burket, superintendent. Children's day service at 7.30. Woodbury—Bible school at 9.30; Harry Carper, superintendent. Morning worship at 10.30. , Waterside—Worship this evening at 7.30. Smlthfleld Church of the Brethren, Rev. G. S. Batzel, pastor—Preaching at 8 by the pastor. Power and Guidance Subject, of the "The Holy Spirit." Sunday school at 9.45. Presbyterian, Rev. Julian Park, pastor—No morning service. Preaching at 7.30 by the pastor. Subject, "Heirs According to the Promise." Holy communion will be celebrated. Sunday school at 9.30; George D. Dent, superintendent. Young people's meeting at 6.30. Mid-week prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7.30 in the church. St. Matthew's Lutheran, Rev. D. L. Shaffer, pastor—Preaching at 10.4B by the pastor. Subject, "Spiritual Relationships." Children's day service at 7.45. Sunday school at 9.30. Midweek service Wednesday at 7.45. Monthly council meeting immediately following. BUCKHORN William Rinnlnger and children Robert and Roy, and Miss Mary Black of. Pitcalrn are visiting the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Thutidous Rin- ninger of Buckhorn and at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Roy Nagle of Ashville. Pete Satchoo and SOUR Edward and Wllber of Jerome were visiting the former's mother In Altoona and were also callers on Charles H. Yon on Friday. James Stoufer and Joe Strickland of Burnside were recent callers on lonu Magee. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feasler and children Burrls, Verna and Truxton, all motored to State College where S. A. Kflse, cashier at the 1 First tfa- tional bank of Irvona waft *. caller in this vicinity. the fruit hat been damaged by the frost, also the gardens and field crops In this'vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. 3. B. Swan and family spent the holiday evening Visiting friends in Fallen Timber. H. B. Noel spent the week-end at Munster township, Charles Shotno is at the home of his brother William, where he Is reeover- tlonslng from a broken shoulder blade, also lacerations of the head. There will be flrst holy communion for the children In Saint John's parish at Frugality, Sunday, June 8, at 8.30 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Flem Stevens of Frugality, celebrated their golden wedding Wednesday, June 4, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Richard have returned to their home after a visit with friends and relatives in Madera. John Troxell, a Civil war veteran of Glasgow, 91 years of age, enjoyed a ride in an airplane. The only thing he reported wrong with the ride, he could not stay in the air long enough. Mr. Troxell, his daughter Mrs. William McClellan, Creighton McClellan, and Miss Iva Noel motored to Altoona Sunday, June 1, where they visited friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Lamb and son Kenneth of Expedit, were home over the week-end. Mrs. Harry Hollen and four children of Junlata were at the home of her parents In Glasgow over the weekend. Mrs. Robert Panpall and son Robert, Mrs. Charles Schmittle, Miss Mary Schmlttle and Samuel Heverly motored to Punsutawney Sunday. Mrs. Pan- pall, who is a resident of Punxsutawney, has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Schmittle. Dennis Simmers of Altoona was at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. William, Simmers over the week-end. Miss Ruth Creman of Altoona visited friends' in this vicinity during the week-end. Misses Edna and Esther Swan at- ended the services of the Coalport- Irvona High school commencement Thursday evening. The building was filled to capacity. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McManamy of Washington, D. C., spent Memorial day with Mr. McManamy's sister Mrs. George VanScoyoc, Edward Whittaker of Philadelphia spent the week-end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whittaker. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McManamy of few Jersey spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McManamy of Van Ormer. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph GrOve of Lloyds- vllle visited friends here over the holiday. Misses Vyrle Haley and Phyllis Valentine, students at Indiana State Teachers' college, spent Memorial day with Miss Haley's mother Mrs. A. C. Haley. The Reade Township Alumni association banquet will be held Saturday, June 7, in the High school auditorium. All members are urged to be present. Charles Potter has a severe cut on the right eye from a piece of steel from a hammer with which he was breaking stone. Guy and Nora Hughes of Altoona visited friends in Glasgow over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kusterborder of Bellwood, and son Junior, visited Mr. and Mrs. William MjcClellan ot Glas- jow over the week-end. Misses Iva and Thelma Noel of Flln- ton, visited at Glasgow Sunday. Mrs. Myrvel Gates of Glasgow wil spend a few days at Willlamspbrt. Miss Anna Fox with Mr. and Mrs Henry Munro motored from Greenwich, Conn., to Glasgow, where they visited friends and relatives. They were accompanied on their return trip with Miss Marguerite Hommer who will spend the summer months In Connecticut. On Ascension Thursday there were a party of young folks to Wire Rock near Patton, where they fished, played games and had lunch of the very best All report having a good time. They Were Harry B. Noel and children Joseph, Charles, May, Anna, Lilliam, Ruth, James Thomas, Philip and Frnacls, P. R. Noel's children, Giortla Philip, Jr., and Herbert; M. J. Noel'a children, George, Lawrence and Edward, Miss Lillian McCreadie of Madera, Miss Esther Swan of Glasgow, Miss Cressie Bender of St. Augustine, Miss Virginia Mannion o< Frugality, Mr. and Mrs. John Noel and son Bernard of Fallen Timber, and Mr. and Mrs. David Rickard and children Martin and little Alice, all of Fallen Timber, William Luther of St, Augustine, T. A. Flanagan of Fllnton, Francis Potter, Willard Potter and Gladys Potter and Edward Rickard. George F. Bowers, former supervising principal of Reade township schools, spent Memorial day in Glasgow. Miss Eastman of Carrolltown wil start her sewing club at 2.30 o'clocli on June 9, at Beech Grove Grange hall. All are cordially invited to at tend. was served to twenty guests. Frank Krall, a former resident of this place but now at Chester, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bell of Coleridge avenue spent a few days visiting Mrs. Bell's mother In DuBois and an undo, Samuel Bell of Rennelsvllle. Mrs. Paul N. Jordan pleasantly entertained the members of her club on Friday afternoon Coleridge avenue. at her home on The time was spent in playing live hundred and a delicious luijcheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olewlne and son William, and Alma Peters motored to Cleveland, O.. and spent the latter part of the week visiting Mrs. Olcwine's sister Mrs. Francis McGrath. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Galbreath and son and Mrs. Metzgar of Aldrlch avenue spent a few days at their cottage in Bedford county. Mrs. Edgar McNeil is spending some time visiting relatives In Cape Charles, Va. The Golden Rule Bible class of the J.lyswcn Methodist Sunday school will b« entertained at a class meeting on Tuesday evening at tho home of Mrs. R. P. Roudabush of 107 Browning avenue. Tha president, Mrs. Dunlap, urges all members to be present. The officers and teachers of the Llyswen Methodist Sunday .school held their monthly/mooting on Wednesday evening In the church with a good attendance. Mr. Kcllcy presided and after all business was transacted, plans were mude to hold the Sunday school picnic Saturday afternoon und evening In Snydor's grove at Murtin.s- liurg. AH friends are asked to come aliing. Mrs. Blanch Mackcy, who has been in serious condition and a. patient at the Altooua hospital for the last eight a student. They viewed the parade on Memorial day when the son held a place as corporal. Charles Fisher spent a few days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher of Buckhorn. The following were visitors of Mr. und Mrs. William Cartwrfeht over Decoration day: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cartwright of Niles, O., Mr. and Mrs. Preston Cartwright and daughter Teddy of Nllos, O., Mr. and Mrs. Blair Williams and family of Blandburg, Fred Croford of Harrlsburg and.Rus- sel Rhoades, son of Mrs. William Cartwriifht. Mr. and Mrs. Bankert and family of Hollidaysburg were Sunday visitors at the Cartwright home. Mrs. William Cartwright made a hurried trip to tho bedside of her father L. E. Harren of Blandburg, whose condition is considered serious. Perfect attendance for the term of 1920-30 in Buckhorn school: Gladys Wills, William Ramer, William Fisher, John Luke, David Luke, Paul Luke and Harry Luke. teacher. Ita Donoughe, Tho members of the Mountain Top Union Sunday school were glad to note that the minister, Rev. Metzger, had sufficiently recovered from his illness to conduct services at the Sabbath school. All visitors are welcome to the Mountain Top Union Sunday school at 10 a. in., Mrs. Harry Fessler, superintendent. BLANDBURG ui'K Methodist church, W. A Dysart, pastor— Bunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 7.30 p. m. Uuioi prayer meeting In Lutheran church Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. Blandbury Lutheran ai 1Q cbiuyh— SUD,- CARROLLTOWN Paul Farabaugh, aviator, landed with his Bird plane at the F. I. Farabaugh homestead, East Carroll township Saturday afternoon, after a flight of approximately 1,500 miles. The filer hopped off at Pine Bluff, Ark., am made a stop at Paducah, Ky., to refue and another stop in Cincinnati, O., be cause of weather conditions. On ar riving over Carrolltown the blrdman did some fancy stunts and then flew to his former home place, alighting In a hay Held near the farm residence where he vacationed with his ship las summer. Due to the hills and trees on the farm, the flier will not. take up any passengers from that point, th get-off being hazardous, according to the opinion of the pilot. Mr. Fara baugh Is now a licensed transport pi lot and has as many credits as i: possible for him to receive in his llni of work. Visiting at the Farabaugl farm are a brother and sister of th aviator, Dr. Donald Farabaugh ot Brooklyn, N. Y., and Miss Theresa Farabaugh, student nurse of Mercj hospital, Pittsburgh. Miss Anna Hem merlck of Brooklyn, N. Y., is llkewis a guest at the home. The nurse is convalescing after an attack of scarle fever at the hospital about six weeks ago. Dr. Charles Farabaugh and wife and child of near Minneapolis, Minn., mo tored to Carrolltown to visit relatives among them tho father of the physi clan, Joseph Farabaugh, arriving here recently. The guests will remain fo some time in this community, when many kinfolks reside. Joseph Anderson, son of Dr. G. R Anderson of Barneuboro, motored t< South Hadlcy, Mass., whore his ulstu Miss Nancy Anderson, is a student o Alt. Holyoke college, and to Middle town, Conn., where Mr. Anderson fo merly attended school at Weslyan col lege. The brother and sister will re turn to Barnesboro together. Nex month Miss Anderson is booked for tour of Europe, when sha will (rave with a group of students and era. Mrs. R. J. Kaylor and daughter an aon-in-law of Youngstown, O., and T A. Sharbaugh of Altoona were guest of Charles A Adams Sunday. Thi Ohio party motored from this place ti visit relatives in Johnstown. Jack Green, student of Shippensbun State Teachers college for the pan two years, is spending his vacation a the home of his parents Mr. «nd Urn Jamea NEW ENTERPRISE ROARING SPRING The fotioWlftf p*wo»8 visited the osne of *4r«. Attnie ciappM; last w**k: M*. ftftd Mra. Simon Clapper nd daughter Evelyn of Washing- oB, O. C., Mr*. Kllfte of Hunting- on and Mrs. Alice Davis and Misses Sarbara and Kathryn Walter of Tex- s Corner. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Obef and Mr. nd Mrs. J. W. Fprsyth and son of flttsbiigrgh were week-end guests in he home o'f the former's parents Mr. L nd Mrs. H. B. Over on Sunday. Memorial day, 1930, will long be remembered by the surviving members f the Jacob 3. Guyer lamtly which ire: Mrs. S. R. Kagarlse of Water- tde, Mrs. Aaron Bechtel of Wood- ury, Bmanuel Guyer of Curryvllle md Mrs. Barbara Repiogie of this slace. On that day their nephew Tohn H. Guyer drove to tue respec- ive homes of these aunts and uncle And took them to his home near Woodbury where his wife and daugh- ers had prepared an elaborate chfck- n dinner, The ages of these aurtts md uncle range from 70 to 78. All ire enjoying fairly good health With he exception of Mrs. Kagarlse, Who tas been more or less afflicted for more than a year. Others who en- oyed this same hospitality were S. I. Kagarlse, Aaron Bechtel. Edward Ouyer and Misses Sara Replogle and annie Guyer. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cogan of Yel- ow Creek were callers in the home if I. J. T>etwiler on Sunday. Mrs. Beckle Shlmer and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ayle and son Charles, r., were entertained In the home of he former's niece Miss Carrie Wyles m Sunday. Mrs. I. C. Metzger and son Tompy arid Harry Metzger of Pittsburgh spent from Friday until 'Sunday with he latter's mother Mrs. Harry Metzer. Rev. J. F. Grayblll, a returned missionary from Sweden, spent several days the past week with Rev. D. O. iottreil and family. Mrs. Clay Hull and children Allen, Junior and Shirley accompanied Kennth Shaeffer and family to Richfield where they visited their father Dr. J. A. Shaeffer for several days. Mrs. Fred Thompson and sons Richard and Blair of Hollidaysburg are visiting in the home of J. H. ampbell. Mrs. Laura Holslnger of Blmlra N. Y., visited with her sister Mrs. A, S. Sbersole the past week and also at- ended the commencement exercises at Junlata college, her son Alden be- ng one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Van Horn and sons William and David spent Memorial day In Cumberland with Mrs. Van Horn's mother Mrs. Thomas Smouse. Sunday visitors In the home of Mrs. Susan Ebersole were Mr. and Mrs. Brady Ebersole and son Billy and Mrs. Lillian Morningstar and daugh- ;er Mrs. Flora Gump, all of Hunting- dan. Rev. and Mrs. L. T. Stuckey accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Paul Naus, newly-weds of Hollidaysburg, to Phll- adelphl aand Soudertown last week where they visited the former's daughter Mrs. Pauline Seese and sons Preston and Maurice Stuckey. The latter is a patient in a hospital near Philadelphia where he Is suffering from injuries received when he fell from a building a distance' oC twenty feet while employed at carpenter work. He had the misfortune ,o have both arms broken but is slowing improving. D. M. Bayer and family motored to Littlestown Thursday of last week where they attended the funeral service of Betty Grouse, granddaughter of Mrs. Susan Crouse. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Crouse, who Is visiting her brother Mr. Bayer and family and a sister Mrs. Harriet Snoberger. Church of the Brethren, D. O. Cottrell, pastor—Sunday school at' 9.30; church service at 10.45; subject, "Pentecost." Christian Workers' meeting at 7.30. Aid society, Thurs- Salemville—Sunday school at 9.30. Waterside—Sunday school at 9.30. PLEASANT VALLEY Mrs. R. F. Detwller and son Paul of 2008 Pleasant Valley avenue have returned from a'week's visit with Mrs. Detwller's parents at Newark, O. Miss Aileen Hurm, a student nurse at the Altoona hospital, is recuperating at her home, 1BBO Grant avenue, after :he removal of her tonsils at the hospi- •al last Saturday.Her many friends regret that she Is obliged to spend her vacation in this manner and hope she will soon be well again. Mr. and Mrs. Crossley of 2202 Pleasant Valley avenue spent last week-end at their respective homes near Philadelphia. Miss Evelyn Makin of East Twenty- second street spent Memorial day with friends in Sayre, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dunkel and daughter Antoinette have moved from their home at Hileman Heights and have elased the property at 805 Third avenue, Duncansville, which they are having remolded for a tea room and tourist inn. They have also leased the property across the street which they plan to uso for a tourist camp. Grace United Brethern, Rev. W. G. Hawk, pastor—Sunday school at 9.4B. Morning worship at 10.45. Christian Endeavor, 0.30. Evening worship 7.30. Jagg"ard Memorial church, H. W. Glassco, pastor, B. F. Shue, assistant —Sunday school at 0.45. Morning worship, 11.00. Children's Day services at -30. 0. Warrert Hftif ftftd fclfe And dAWgfl- ter have returned to their home fa Harrfobwf£, After viMtlftg th* past week with their parents Mr. and Mrs. clarence Hair, and Mrs. And Mrs, Herbert Stephens of Park avenue. W. J. Otto MAS returned to his home in scottdale, After spending the past week with his Sister Mrs. A. G. Carpenter of Albright street. Blvln Hoover, a student of State college, Is spending the summer vacation with his parents. Mrs. Magdaline Wike and Rebecca Russel have returned home spending some time in Texas. after JCJlUlllK BUI 11*3 HIJiG it* J- \*<rku,ui Mr. and Mrs. John Garber of State College are at the home of Mr. Garber's parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Garber, where they expect to make their future home. At a recent meeting of the school board, Mr. Garber was elected principal of the High school. Arlene Gorsuoh, who attended school at Pittsburgh, is spending the summer vacation at her home. Clarence Hoover, an employe of the State highway department, located near Indiana, Pa., spent several days * , ., at his home* recently. Marian Holsinger, a graduate of , Juniata college, In the class of 1930, Is spending the summer vacation with her parents of Roosevelt avenue. George and Paul Barley of Baden are visiting their mother Mrs. Maria Barley of Maple street. Mr. and Mrs. Plomer Dick and family of Locust street spent the week end at their cottage at Hughes station. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoover pf New street and Chester Nlcewonger have returned to their homes after several days visit to Philadelphia and Atlantic ity. Dr. E, M. Htte, Dr. R. A. Lambert, Robert Miller and Ray Boyer motored to Atlantic City where they expect to spend several days attending a radio convention. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butler and son Kenneth of Altoona were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler of East Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wood and children have returned to their home after spending several days at the home of Mr. Wood's mother Mrs. Anna Wood, of Park avenue. Mrs. Wood, , . who has been ill for some time, somewhat improved. Is . Mrs. Ambrose Delozler of Altoona, who has been seriously ill for several months, has improved to the extent that she was able to spend a day recently with her sister Mrs. Ira Lindsey. The Boy Scout troop No. 57 of the Trinity Methodist church met Monday evening with a large number of scouts present. Plans were completed for the hike on Friday night and a with KLAHR ! WttlAMHMI SOUTH ALTOONA Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holton of the Trod apartments, accompanied by Mrs. Helton's mother Mrs. Heck of Huntington, motored to Harrisburg where they spent the week-end. Mrs. Levi Erb, Mrs. James Snyder, sr., and Mrs. James Snyder, jr., left Monday even!, g for Pittsburgh where they will spend several days. Jamboree *as discussed. Ella Sell spent Wednesday friends in Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mingle and chil dren visited at the home of Mrs. Mingle's parents in Riversburg. Robert Balrd a member of the High school faculty returned to fils home at East Liberty to spend the summer vacation with his parents. Misses Ellen Baker, Sarah Butler, Mildred Hoover and Mardelle Dick motored, to Altoona Wednesday and visited friends. Miss Hazel McKnight was a recent visitor in Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steward and daughter Kathryn, Julia Wright, and Lois Hileman spent the week end ft the Steward cottage at Cipher. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rohrback of Altoona were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pote of Poplar street. The annual Bible conference of the Mennonlte churches will be held Sunday, June 15, In the Mennonlte church with sessions both morning and evening. The speaker of the day will be Rev. J. F. Weitzel of Altoona. The morning subject will be "A Book That Sees." The evening subject, "Lifted Up and Handed Down." Mennonlte church—Sunday school, 10 o'clock, Doyle Grace, superintendent; preaching at 11 o'clock by Rev. J. G. Snyder, subject, "The Holy Spirits Mission." Evening, song service at 7.46, and preaching at 8 o'clock by Rev. S. D. Yoder. Church of the Brethren—Sunday school, 9.30; preaching at 10.30 by the pastor, Rev. S. P. Early, subject, "The Meaning of Pentecost." Evening worship at 7.30, A group of student volunteers from the Manchester college, North Manchester, Ind., will give a missionary program which will Include a short missionary play. These young people are giving these programs on their way to the annual conference of the Church of the Brethren at Hershey, June'11 to 18. Rev. S. P. Early and family will start Wednesday for Hershey where they will attend the annual conference of the Church of the Brethren. Mrs. Early and Mrs. Lewis Hoover were elected delegates from the local church. Rev. Early is one of the delegates on the standing committee of the middle distrint. The Win-One Bible class of the D. M. Bare Memorial Church of God, held their monthly meeting in the social rpom Tuesday evening. Those present were Mrs. C. A.* Byler, Mrs. Oaks, Mrs. Floyd Stonerook, Mrs. Fred Holslnger, Mrs. Chester Bowers, Katie Stern, Mrs. John Hall, Mrs. Willard Croft, Mrs. Edward Carper, Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mrs. Harry Refiner, Mrs. Herbert Croft, Mrs. Joe Harlen, Mrs. Olive Butler, Mrs. John Stern, Mrs. Robert Albright, Cora Smaltz, Betty Ray, Bobby Croft, Evelyne Byler, Irene Byler, Glenna Harlen, Mary Harlen, Ida Harlen, Elian Harlen, Doris Butler. Trinity Methodist, George S. Womer, D. D., pastor—9.15, Sunday school; 10.30, morning worship, subject, "God's Dwelling Place on the Earth;" 0.30, Intermediate Epworth. league, leader, Gerald Hess; 0.30, Senior Epworth league, leader, Babe Price; 7.30, evening worship, "An Honest Look at Protestantism." *ff. and Mrs. Clarence Ctaar And daughter Clara of Altoon* «pent tte week-end with the former'* grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Claaf. Other visitors on Sunday were fl. W. Walter and Howard Walter of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Claar and children Grant, Homer, Laura and Jean of Sproul. Chance Black attended the ball game at Pittsburgh on Memorial day. Mrs. Austin Burket of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Langham of Bedford spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sanders In Akron, O. " Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Claar of Roaring Spring and Mr. and Mr*. Clyde Walter and daughters Helene, Jean and Pauline of Junlata spent the week-end with her aunt Mrs. Jennie Weyant. i Rev. and Mrs. Earl Bowser and Mrs. Clyde Walter of Juniata spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Elmer Musselman. Week-end vlsftors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. McClellan Walter were Mrs. Harry King of Hollidaysburg, Rev. Joseph Clapper of Yellow Creek, Mr. and Mrs. William Walter and son Charles of Altoona. Mrs. Margaret Sell and Mrs. Joseph Imler, of Salemville and Mrs. Mollie Claar spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Claar. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Claar and daughters Dorothy and Margaret nad son Fred and Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Walter and daughter Marie motored to State College on Memorial day. Sara and Charles Potter of East Freedom spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Madasie, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Walter and son Gene and Mrs. Susan Lingenfelter spent Sunday afternoon With Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Claar. Mabel Benton is spending some time with her sister Mrs. Mary Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Black and son Durwood spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Dively at Leamersvllle. Calvin Walter of Texas Corner is spending some time with friends and relatives at this place. , Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haggleman of near East Freedom spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Black. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Walter and daughter Clara spent Sunday with Mrs. Walter's brother Edward Dively. Mr. and Mrs. John Black and children Rollln, Grace Virgie, Leroy Mabel and Mary motored to Duncans- vllle on Sunday. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Feathers and family during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Jajt Baird, Lawrence Walter and children Celia and Isaac of Weyant, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Feathers and daughters Thelma the first inter-church Barnes WA« plAy*d on th« burg ball field on ThuraiUy tvimfng between St. Joseph'* Catholic church And the Methodist Sunday school. The game ended with A score of S to 4 In favor of the Catho'lles. The president, Rev. V. D. Haugle, threw the flttt ball out. This was a very good game and the Interest manifested was great as WAS shown by the large crowd present The president desires each Sunday school and every person to be careful of the balls. The bails Are the most expensive part of the games and It Is hoped that every foul ball found will be promptly returned. The gate receipts were good on Thursday evening and will be used for the expenses of the bAll clubs and for the field in cooperation with the Blair leajrue entry. The next game will be next Tuesday evening with the Presbyterian team opposing the Reformed team. The general public Is cordially invited to be present. Miss June Roller of Swlssvale spent ,-f/.v Keeler with h«« parent* Mr, «Htd M**, * and daughter Dofte _,vj2r"^ -=ar Ray Habbersnon at WliiMflwf 1 * the wsek-eo* m „ Mrs. Carrie Rlcnaftfs of returned to her home * the week with relatives* Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Mr. and Mrs. John turned home from they spent the Mrs. Milton Liu*** •»«-. ———* . — to Lewiatown on Monday wMnr brother ~ Roy Roller "ffl lof-Hamlsh of Alexandria spent Saturday with Roy Roller and The dally vacation Bible school of the Lutheran church opened on Wednesday morning with an enrollment of 115. A fine program has been arranged for the terms' work and great interest is manifested. W. Ross Lantzer of town and Jonn DOmltrovich of Canister attended the commencement exercises held at Tressler orphan's home In Loysville on Wednesday and the visitors day program on Thursday. Mrs. f- antzerolv ™' Ited relatives at Mount Union on Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. William Blyler and son Thomas, Mrs. Edgar Appleman and Elwood Eichelberger were overland visitors to Loysville on Thursday and visited with Louise Rhone. Albert Foose, 1 who spent the past ten years at the Tressler orphan s home, Loysville, spent a day with Rosa Lantzer and wife, coming th s far on Thursday and going on to his mother in Ohio on Friday. Madison Snare of Marklesburg has been visiting his son D. H. Snare and familv of East Third street. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Parks, a girl on Tuesday at their home on r.' W. Glover, pastor and Geraldlne of Sproul and Maria Musselman. Mrs. Ask To See the New Coldair Refrigerator run"" $33.00 P C i Tio-is: 0-22 Union Ave. Send "our Washing to Logan Laundry The Cunt U Small IM10NE 7377 Awnings, Window Shades and Linoleum Kress Up Your Home This Hummer WM. W. BABCOCK Home l''urulMhiiig& 1312 Twelfth Avenue Kimy Crcd.t Terms Screens and Weather Strips EDGAR SAMS 2427 Beale Ave. Ftaooe 8U52 Isaac Feathers spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Steward Ritchey at Blue Knob. Mrs. Ellen Black, Mrs. Delia Weyant and Mrs. Chance Black and daughter Leona spent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Tine Weyant. Mrs. Maggie Musselman and children Eugene, Marie and Elizabeth of Woodsville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Musselman. The men from this community motored to Barree to their hunting camp where they built a. flue and a porch to their camp on Memorial day. Those present were Morgan Dively and son Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Claar and son Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Claar and children Myrl, Irene, Lucretia, Ardie and Maiden, Mrs. Agnes Lingenfelter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Llngenfelter and daughter Genevleve, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walter anud daughter Joan, Mrs. Delia Weyant and children Rpy, .Virgie, Myrl and Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Madasie and children Delilah and Elvln, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Claar, Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Walter and son Clifford, Roy, Julia .and Alice Musselman, Martin and Galen Dively, Brady Feathers and Emma Oldham. Sunday school at the Lower Claar Church of the Brethren on Sunday at 9.30; preaching at 10.30 by Rev. D. I. Pepple, of Woodbury. Sunday school at the Upper Claar Church of the Brethren on Sunday at 9.30; preaching at 10.30 by Rev. Taylor Dively aud preaching at 7.45 In the evening. Practice for children's services on Saturday evening. BEAVERTOWN Mrs. Otis Baker called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flaig of Shel lytown, Sunday. Mrs. Lester Treese spent Saturday evening at the home of Mrs.' Aden Showalter of Williamsburg, R. D. The following were Sunday visitors nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hoover of Piney Creek: Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Detwiler, Catherine Burket of Martinsburg, Edward Detwiler and Mr. and Mrs. cansville. Clalr Weber of Dun- FRANKSTOWN Frankstown and Canoe Creek Methodist charge, J. Arthur Garver, pastor. Canoe Creek—Church school at 9.30, Frank Walls, superintendent. Preaching at 10.30. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30. Frankstown—Church school at 9.30, E. M. Geesey, superintendent. Preaching at 7.30. SUpt. «J« •"•« «i.w***««"» voung peoples department, Campbell, president. Morning worship Holy Communion will be administered at 10.30 and evening worship at 7.30, at both services. Epworth league at 6.30 and prayer meeting on Wednesday eV Trinity a Refor'med, Rev. Frederick D. Evster, pastor—Sunday school at 9.d(J, Morning Worship at 10.30 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6.45. St. Joseph's Catholic, Rev. John A M. Sostaric, pastor. First mass at 8.30 and second or High Mass at 10. Sunday school after the High mass for all the children. Williamsburg Lutheran pastorate, Rev. V. D. Naugle, pastor. Yellow Springs: Sunday school at 9.30, C. R. Saylor, supt. St. John's Clover Creek Sunday school at 9.30, Roy J. Erb, supt. Clappertown Sunday school at 10.30 a. m. Ross Stottler, supt., and Morn- Ing Worship at 9.30 a. m. Zion's, Sunday school at 9.30 a. m. W. L. Gosnell, superintendent; Ralph Allison, president of the young peoples department and Paul C. Rearlck advisory superintendent of the young peoples department; Morning worship at 10.30, subject, "The Holy Spirit and Children", everl"" wnrshln -At 7.30. Music will be furnished by the young peoples choir. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30. James Fay of Altoona, Mr. and-. Mrs. Ed. Fay and Miss Jennie Fay of town were over Sunday visitors at Franklin and Marshall college, attending the commencement exercises of the college where Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fay's son John, graduated. Presbyterian, Rev. Samuel R. MacPhee, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 by the pastor. Subject, "After Darkness, Light." Children's day service of the Sunday school at 7.30. Sunday school at 9.30; Andrew Galley, superintendent. Young People's Society .of Christian Endeavor at 6.45. The vacation church school continues throughout the week, 9-11.30 a. m. Church school at of the Brethren—Sunday 9.30; D. R. Sollenberger superintendent. At 10.30, an interesting service will be given by a group of students from Manchester college of North Manchester, Ind. At 7.30, demonstration program of the D. V. B. school. All parents and friends of the pupils and the people of the community in general ara Invited to attend this service. Rev. Levi K Zlegler, pastor. Plates $15 and up Palnleu Extracting Alr-ras or Novoculn specialize In painless extracting, matter how nervous or difficult tbi case may be. X-ray service, DR. STETLER, 4th floor Ouldachmld Bulldlni, 1Mb Ave. * Igth 81. will make thetr futurt Miss Sara Taylor » MWftaifHjr week with relatives la UnlOfHrfBfc Rev. Raymond Faust of Pit " was calledfhome on Monday »...., he illnesa of his father Rev. O, i"aus, who ia somewhat Impro*™. R. K. Hewea left for C1earfl«W iBBf .veek where he will be employed BJ| he highway department. v H. L. Hewes and wife and «m -,--,-. mit, and Mrs. S. B. Isenberg motdtea o Rebersburg on Sunday where tncj£ •isited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles FleShHMBI^oC Oil City, and Mr. and Mr». Zimmerman of Altoona. were __.,, guests at the home of Thomaa Bmngft* Mrs. George Patterson of Tyrone t» viaiting her mother Mrs. Emtiy Malm, his week. Mrs. J. H. Larrimer 19 speridnlg VM weeks with relatives In Philadelpm* and Perryville, Md. Charles Hebel of Kansas City, K0\» s spending his vacation With hl« """•" >nts. Harry Greenwalt and family moved into the Quay Merrimaa horn* on Llngle street. Dr. J. Edgar Skilllngton, supetiB* •endent of the Altoona district, preacB» ;d in the Methodist church on SunMJf evening and conducted the quarter CO** ference at the close of the service. Mat nteresting feature of the meeting wmsr the granting of the local preacne£J icense to Keeler Faus, the youngeft son of Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Faofc and the third son to be granted tn* icense to preach. Keeler, who J» «*• rolled as a Junior in the Amerlc** University at Washington, D. C. r upoks for his father at the Sunday morning The ' Alumni association of tlM Osceola High school entertained tn» graduates of the Osceola schools am Thursday evening by giving a bs»- quet in the dining room of the Metfl- odist church the ladles serving: ,«, chicken dinner. Afterward* M*™" teresting program was given, follow** by election of officers. 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