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ALTOONA MlRfepfi-SATUfifcAY, AUGUST 1 NEWS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING TOWNS HOLLIDAYSBURG i Mtss Evelyn Dibert of 614 Walnut street, assistant secretary of the Vonng Women's Christian association. wllO has been off duty on her annual vacation, has resumed her work. Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Miller have returned to their home in Madera after a visit at the residence of their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. .Holy Trinity Episcopal, Rev. Albion ; Blair C. McKillip of Dysart park. H. ROSS, pastor-Church school, 9.45; j On Tlnu . sdav Mrs w M Bouslough loly communion and sermon at 11. .Apartment foi rent. All conveni- Lasscr Shoe Shop. Adv. Phone 84-J To Hollldaysbilrg; BoroiiRh Water fionsumers: The use of hose Is po.r- nilffcd between 12 o'clock midnight intl 6.30 a, m. WATER DEfT. Hnllldirysburg Borough Adv. COAL—COAL—COAL . l^urnucc mill, J3.25 per (on. jAimp furnace coal, S3.50 prr tun. Taylor McCoy lump, S3.75 per ton. Glen White lump. S3.75 per ton. CHAS. F. HITE Phone OOO-R-12. Adv. Genuine Frigidaire Service at WOLF FURNITURE CO. "Authorized Frigidnlro Dealers" 1501-03 11th Avc. Dial 5115 GRAND HOLJ.1DAYSBUKO, PA. LAST TIMK TODAY of 711 Jones street received the sad news of the drowning in the Ohio river of her cousin Lawrence Gulp of Pittsburgh. The regular meeting of circle No. 188, Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, will be held on Thursday evening, Aug. 7, at 7.30 o'clock in the lodge hall in the Walsh block. St. John's Reformed, Rev. Frederick D. Eyster, pastor—Church services at i S.30 with sermon by the pastor; Sun] day school at 9.30. During the remain- i ing Sundays in August there will be i no preaching services in this church In the absence of the pastor, who will be out of town on his annual summer vacation. The only services scheduled to be held in this church during August will be the Sunday school, which will be held each Sunday at the usual hour. St. Paul's Methodist, Loop Station, Rev. Charles W. Campbell, pastor- Sunday school at 2.30; public worship at 7.30, sermon by the pastor, subject, "What Is Your Life?" Young people's meeting on Thursday evening at 7.30. The painting of the church has almost been completed and Sept. 14 will be dedication day on which there will be three services. In the morning, Rev. Emerson Karns of Tyrone will preach; in the afternoon, Rev. George S. Woomer of Roaring Spring will be the speaker and in the evening District Superintendent Dr. J. E. Skillington of Altoona will be the speaker. Special music will feature each service. A large chorus choir, male chorus and orchestra; also several vocal solos by Rev. Emerson Karns. First Methodist, Rev. B. H. Hart. COMEDY •LOST AND FOUNDERED" PATHK SOUND NEWS minister—Prayer meeting Wednesday evening in charge of James S. Mundorf; Sunday school at 9.45, followed by preaching service at 11 o'clock in charge of Charles W. Campbell. There will be no evening servfces during July and August. Pine Street Church of God, Rev. J. E. Strine,. pastor—9.45, Bible school; 10.40, morning worship and special ad- dresS to the children. The pastor will speak to the children on the following subject, "Walking With God." Junior and Senior Endeavor at 6,30. At 7.30 a special feature of interest to all, especially in this day of uncertainties, be presented. Arrange to attend this service. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7.30 p. m. American Rescue Workers—The regular mid-week prayer and praise services will be held on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Public worship and preaching services at 7.30. The speaker of the evening will be M. C. Banks of Altoona. There will be special music by the choir. Sunday school DUNCANSVILLE Buncansvllle's contingent of young men who spent the month of July in Citizen's Military Training camps are now home, much benefltted by the month of training and in excellent physical trim, all reporting a splendid time and interested in the courses. Eugene Kelly of 827 Third avenue was in camp at Fort Monroe, Va., for his third summer course, while Ward Neely of 720 Third avenue, Kenneth Magill of 1119 Third avenue and Cloyd Neely of 841 Third avenue, received their instruction in the beginners' class at Fort Washington, Md. All left on July 1. Ward Neely was among the leaders in his class, taking fourth honors in a class of several hundred. He was a private in Company I. A fifth Duncansvilie boy left here for camp, but being unable to pass strict medica' examination, was obliged to return home after a few days. The August meeting of the Duncans ville board of education is to be helc at the public school building on Monday evening- at 7.30 o'clock, sharp There is a considerable amount of business to come before the meeting and ilnal preparations for'the'reopen- ing of the new school term early in September will be arranged and the schedule adopted for the school year Mrs. Lawrence Ritchey and son Daniel of Derry, Pa., spent the past week visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Beegle of Maple Hollow road and other relatives at this place and vicinity. There was no twilight baseball game played at Carnegie parl; here on Thursday evening. A Williams'burg team was to have been entertained by the Duncansvilie Independents, but the outiit failed to a.ppear and fans were disappointed in seeing no game. No reason was sent for the failure to appear. Mr. and Mrs, Blry Coy "and family of south of town spent several days this week enjoying an outing with Williamsburg relatives at a hunting camp in the vicinity of McAlevy's Fort. Rev. G. B. Harman, pastor of Evangelical Lutheran church, will have his annual vacation the latter part of August, leaving here with his family on or about Aug. 11, and returning after Labor day. Plans for the vacation period are still incomplete, but a part of it will 'be spent at Selinsgrove, Pa., visiting with Mrs. Harman's mother and attending the summer assembly a.t Susquehanna university, of which Rev. and Mrs. Harman both are graduates. In the absence, Rev. Elmer Brown of Lilly will supply the local pulpit on Sundays, Aug. 17 and 24, while Rev. John Weidley, D. TYRONE D., of Washington, D. C.. wlil be the Preacher on Sunday, Aug. 31. Mr. and Mrs. George Kauffmari and son Bobble of 100S Third avenue spent the latter part of this week visiting at the former's parental home at Henrietta. Mrs. Albert S. Ritchey of 1207 Fourth The twilight services at the Athletic park Sunday evening, under the auspices of (.he Tyrone Mlnlsterlum and the Y. M. C. A., will begin promptly at 6 o'clock. Rev. John R. Watson, pastor of the First United Brethren church, will preside and Rev. Samuel W. Strain, pastor of the Columbia Avenue Methodist church, will deliver the sermon of the evening. The special music will be in charge of the choir from the Columbia ^.vnnue Methodist church, and the orchestra from the United Brethren Sunday Htnool will be present to assist with ihe Instrumental music during the fifteen minute song services. Every person who enjoys the great out-of-doors at the twilight hour should avail themselves of this very is- spiring season in Christian fellowship with the Tyrone church folks. In case of inclement weather the services will be held in the auditorium of the Y. M. C. A., carrying through the same program. All persons are most cordially invited to worship at these services. Miss Aida Hoffman of West Washington avenue left today for a two weeks' visit at Asbury Park, Ocean Grove, and with her mother and family at Princeton, N. J. Marion Keller of Lincoln avenue and Claire Bottorf of Nineteenth street drove to Washington, D. C., Friday to spend the week-end and will be accompanied home by Mrs. Bottorf, who has been spending the past three weeks in the capital city with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johncox. The members of the Eagle Eye council, No. 178, Daughters of Pocahontas, will hold a very important meeting Monday evening, Aug. 4, at 7.45 o'clock. It is urgent that all be present for this session of the council. The funeral of the late Mrs. Anna Mary Kirk will be held Sunday after noon at 2.30 o'clock, from tlie First United Brethren church. Her pastor Rev. John R. Watson, will have charge of the services and will be assisted by Rev. E. G. Sawyer of Altoona, a former pastor. Interment will follow in Centre Line cemetery. Michael O'Rourke of Atlantic City, accompanied by Joseph Joseph of Allentown, are very welcome guests oP* Tyrone relatives and friends for a short vacation season. The Tyrone Boy Scouts are making final preparations for the annual en campment at Camp Anderson, a two weeks' season, that is always just chock full of genuine pleasure for these young Americans. The Tyrone guardsmen arrived home this morning from a two weeks' intensive encampment. The boys report a profflable and enjoyable season, except for the few extremely hot days encountered the past week. They were all glad enough to get back to their homes once more. First United Brethren, Rev, John Watson, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Twilight services at 6 p. in., at the Athletic park. Columbia Avenue Methodist, Rev. Samuel W. Strain, pastor—Sunday on Sunday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, I avenue, spent the past several days at with classes for all ages. The public is invited to these services. Church of the Brethren—Morning worship at 10.45 a. m., by Rev. Ira Holsopple. Sunday school at 9.45. There will be no evening service. ROARING SPRING CLAYSBURG ~The condition of David R. Longe-1 The annual community home-coming ALEXANDRIA necker remains about the same. Mr. p j cn ic of the Claysburg Grace Re- Longenecker was stricken last Thursday and his condition has been serious ever since. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bookman and formed Sunday school is taking place today in Barnhart's grove. The program opened at noon with the serving children of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. Mel- of lunch and for this afternoon a fine vin Shaffer and daughter of Scottdale, | program of speech-making and sports and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Korns and j con tests was scheduled. Chicken corn family of Juniata are visiting at the , fe home of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Longe- i . ^ _. _. - - necker. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaffer, and The Claysburg band is to give "ing. concerts both this afternoon and evening. daughter Nora are visiting relatives Church of the Brethren, Charles L. Cox, pastor—Church school at 9.30; at Akron and Cleveland, O. Paul Shaw and Paul Myers spending a week touring Canada and are j preaching at 10.30 and 7.45; morning other points of interest. Mrs. J. E. Gates and daughter Marian and Barbara Jean of Altoona and Miss Kathryn Hengst of Jersey City, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hengst and son's Maynard and Bobby of Thurmont, Md., were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hengst. subject, "Bankrupt Millionaires;" evening subject, "Satan As a Roaring Lion;" Bible study and prayer on Wednesday evening. Rev. C. L. Cox will attend the young people's and Sunday school convention at McVeytown on Tuesday and Wednesday next week, immediately after which he and family will go on a two weeks' va<xi- Mr. and Mrs. William Schwartz o'fjtion. During the pastor's absence the Mt. Dora, Fla., spent Saturday with Mrs. Hulda Bowers. Mrs. J. C. Hamer spent Wednesday visiting friends in Duncansvilie. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Byler spent pulpit will be ably filled by a supply minister. Reformed, Rev. Oliver H. Sensenig, •Church service, 9.30; 10.30. Portage visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mobley. Mrs. Sarah Kirkharn, aged Fifth avenue resident, who suffered an ankle fracture several weeks ago when she fell in the cellar at her honre, is improving steadily, despite the fact that she is nearing lier eight-sixth birthday, and a few days ago a part of the plaster cast that has encased the injury since a few days after the mishap occurred, was removed. During the past week she was able to leave her home for the first time since her accident, accompanying her son on an automobile ride over the new Cresson mountain road to the Prince Gallitzin spring and return, which she enjoyed very much and from which there were no 'ill effects. Her many friends are delighted to learn of the fine improvement that is being made in her condition and are hopeful that it will continue to a full recovery soon. Edgar McDermit of Wellsvllle, O., was a visitor here during the pnst _ _ week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clara Jones and son, Miss Dora Paul Snider of 1145 Third avenue. The swimming pool on West Fifteenth street, is the mecca for large crowds daily. This is a most convenient location, and gives unlimited comfort and plen'sure to those indulg- 'ng the aquatic sports, who do not find t convenient to go farther out of town 'or their ablutions. Mr. and Mrs. Dan ladarola and daughters Jenny and Mary of Thomastown, near Tyrone, have gone to Burlington, N. J., where they were called on account of the death of Mrs. lada- rola's father, Tony Di Buono, who was killed in an accident at Burlington. Mrs. Ray Sprankle and children Jean and Junior attended the Huntingdon and Broad Top picnic on Saturday. Miss Mary Sommer of Altoona spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schirm. The Ever Ready class of the Presbyterian Sunday school taught by Mrs. J. R. St. Clair were entertained at St. Glair's cottage in Diamond valley on Tuesday afternoon. A delicious luncheon was served. Those present were Mrs. A. M. Jacobs of Altoona, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. St. Clair and daughter Betty, Mrs. Ida Grogg, Miss Mable Black and two nieces, Mrs. Charles Grove, Mrs. May Davis and daughter Mrs. Helen Sewald, Mrs. A. J. Barben, Mrs. Salone, Mrs. Wallace Wilson, sr.. Miss Elizabeth Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sn'igart and daughter, ; Parker, Mr. and Mrs. George Work Wilbur Christopher of the La Finite i and daughter, Mrs. Martha Work, Mrs. . . . . the past week visiting Mrs. Byler's Greenfield Reformed—Sunday school, parents, Mr. and Mrs. MarpJe of Me-j 9-45; 'church service, 10.45. Annual Mecken, W. Va. They were accom- picnic, Saturday, Aug. 9. ' panied home by their daughters Evelyn Claysburg charge Methodist Epis- Hnd Irene who had been visiting their i copal church, L. B. Barton, pastor, grandparents at McMecken for several | Claysburg—9.30, Church school; 7.45, weeks. i preaching. J. 1. Baker of Eric is visiting his! McKee—9.30, sisters Miss Ellen Baker and Mrs. j Reaching. Simon Kauffman and brother Harry Sproul—9.30, .Baker. preaching. • Rev. S. P. Early is spending several days at Camp Harmony. Rev. and Urs. C. A. Byler und daughters Evelyn und Irene spent i Thursday at Big Bend beach with Russel Gates and family, who are' t pending the week at same place. Mrs. Mary Ba.s.sler and Miss Aryia Church school; Church school; 6.30, 10.30, CANAN-STATION Sirs. Herbert Feathers of Queen, accompanied by her son Bobby, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. - , Smith. Noble spent Sunday at the home of | Mr _ and Ml , s cheater Feather and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller of Wood-: HOr , Merlin, and Ray Feather have re' turned home after visiting Amos Haag bury. Misses Mardelle Dick and Blanche; o f DuBois. Yingling have returned home alter spending the past week visiting Miss The regular meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary to the Canan Station fire Vingling's sint«r Mrs. Stahl of Harris-! company was held last evening in the school Reports of the recent benefit social were given by Mesdames Miss Sara Butler visited Mr. and j Davis, Fullz and Estep. A committee burg. Mrs. Stall! prior to her mar riage was Aliss Mildred Yingling. Urn. Harry Butler of Altoona during the past week. was named to draw up resolutions of condolence upon the recent Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kuullinan and; death-of Mrs. Boyd Caldwell, member children Richard and John were camping at Cipher during the past week. Mr. an'i Mrs, Edward (jarber spent Sunday at Cipher beach. Mr. and Airs. Elmer Burliet upeni t Monday at Cipher. j Mr. and Mis. i'red Wood have re- i of the auxiliary. Mrs. Herre and Mrs. Ertl, the July hostesses, joined with Mrs. Spitz anil Mrs. Lloyd, the August hostesses, for the .social part of the. evening. A boy baby, irvin Dodson, was born a few days ago at the Mercy hospital .turned home alter spending two weeks in this city to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence jit Cipher. H. Williu-in Holsinger of Cleveland, O., visited Ins parents Mr. and Mrs. Crist Holsiiife'ei- of Hou.sevelt avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Haniin visited I'l'UtUves in Cleveland, O., recently. Dodson. Mr. and Mrs. David Dodson also are parents of a boy baby, named David, jr., and born at the Mercy hospital. The fathers of the children are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. William McKee have Mrs. Clarence iUir lias returned moved into the Speelu property, tlie members of the latter family having !ukt?n up Spring. tljeji- residence in Roaring .Senior home after visiting | : ei sun and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Hair •of East Orange. M. J. • Church of God, Hev. C. A. Byler, ' •pastor~a.30, .Sunday school, K. O. Car- .. Jesua Uie Way to Flnd Kest ... per, superintendent; 10.30, pi caching fiy the pastor; 7.30. preaching by the pastor. Hev. Byler. who has been ill fciid has not been able to fill the pulpit lor the past several weeks, v.ill preach ..Kuniiuy. ^lihiisl Helormed church—-9.30, Sunday ecli'jol. L- B. .Stoudnour, .superintendent; lU.iiO. Holy riuninuniuii will \tv observed, Kev. J. M. Uunlile olti- ciiUirig. SI. Luke's Lutheran chun.h, Hev. C. Is!: NttUgle, pahlor—a.30. .Sunday Bthool, fc> U- Jfiineijjli, sii|jeiiiitenderit. l j reat'hl»g 10.30 a. in. and 7.3<J jj. in. by the pautor. Trinity Mtlliodlst. George S W outer, JJ. I)., pastor—9.15, |Junday scliool. 10.30, Kioi'mus 0.30, Kjj'.vorth league. Subject, "Looking Toward the Future." ti.30, Intermediate Einvui'th league. Leader, | charge Mary Uriffitli. 7.30. the Passion Play at Obeiammei'gau. illustrated by many beautiful pictures. Wednesday evening, Bible study on the Epistle to the Hebrews. hotel will leave next week for Turtle Creek, Pa., - where he will spend two weeks visiting with relatives. Mrs. Betty Steel Mower of Altoona visited- with her aunt, Mrs. J. S. Vipond at New Portage Junction, the latter part of this week. The annual picnic of the Duncans- vilie Presbyterian church and Sunday school is scheduled for this afternoon, to be held at Memorial park at Martinsburg. A truck will be provided to convey the picnic group to the picnic place, leaving the church early this afternoon and returning during the eauly evening. Games and contests are planned to occupy the afternoon, while a picnic supper is to be enjoyed. AH members and friends of the church and Sunday school have been invited to join in the outing, Miss Stella Wertz of Juniata and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Wertz and family of West Loop were numbered among the visitors this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Keller of Twelfth street. Mr. and Mrs. William Diehl and family of Claysburg were recent visitors with relatives and friends here. Mrs. George Zeigler, who has been ill for the past week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Kuhn of north of town, is slowly improving. Mrs. William Vipond and son a Bert of Sylvan Hills were callers, during the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Samuel A. Keller at 1210 Fourth avenue, Presbyterian church, Rev. Julian Park, pastor—Sunday school at 9.30, with Superintendent John Rollason in charge. Morning worship at 10.30. Preaching by the pastor. Sermon theme, "The Kingdom and the Will of God." This is the second of a series of sermons on the Lord's prayer. No evening services. The Evangelical Lutheran, Rev. G. B. Harman, pastor—Preaching at 10.30 and at 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "Celestial Investments." Evening subject, "A Wayside Spring." Sunday school, with classes for all, at 9.15. Christian Endeavor society meeting at 6.30. Subject, "Opportunities to Serve Christ in the Summer," a consecration meeting. In your recreation 4'orget not that the soul needs re-creation. Come to church Sunday. Hicks Memorial Methodist, Hev, L. D. Ott, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 and at 7.30 by the pastor. Morning subject, "Encouragement for the Weary." Evening subject, "Great Faith from an Unexpected Source." Sunday school at 9.30, George W. Hoover, superintendent.. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7.30. The pastor will have Roy Grove and two children. scliool at 9.45 a. m. Morning worship and sermon at 11 o'clock a. m. Twilight service at the Athletic park at 6 p. m. Church of the Brethren, Rev. John R. Snyder, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m. Bethel A. M. E., Rev. L. C. Taylor, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Morning and evening, worship at 10.45 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. Grace Baptist, Rev. John R. Harris, pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Pretiching at 11 a. m. Twilight service at Athletic, park at 6 p. m. Salvation Army, Captain and Mrs. Huson, In charge. Holiness service at 11 a. m. Sunday school at Bible class at 2.30 p. m. Young people's service at 8.30 p. m. Public salvation meeting at 8 p. in. Free Methodist, Rev. A. C. Thompson, pastor—Sunday scliool at 9.30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Trinity Episcopal, Rev. Clifford Leland Stanley, rector—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. St. Mathew's Catholic, Rev. J. F. Looney, pastor—Rev. Gerald Deeglmn, assistant pastor—Mass nt 8 and 10 a m. Benediction after late mass. First English Lutheran, Rev. Edward M. Morgan, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at 9.45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Twilight services at Athletic, park at 6 p. m. Christian and Missionary Alliance, Blair avenue and Eleventh street, Fouss Mills—Sunday school at 10'a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. First Methodist, Rev. H. Willis Hartsock, pastor—Sunday scliool at 3.45 a. m. Preaching nt 11 a. m. and 7.40 p. m. Themes, morning, "Chrjst a Supplicant at the Throne of Human Power"; evening, "How Jesus Rewards Personal Faith." '' First Presbyterian, Rev. Joseph A. Speer, D. D., pastor—Sunday school at ).45 a. m. Chapel Sunday school at J.30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. Raymond S. Hlttinger of Bellwood. Twilight services at Athletic park at 6 p. m. Recent guests at the Methodist home 'or the Aged were Miss Belle Dunlap, Milesburg, Miss Charlotte Brooks, Mrs. J. H. Kriner, Wllliamsport, H. M. Fos- :er, Norwood, Mrs. L. B. Rogers, New- ion Hamilton, Margaret Brighthill, Harrisburg, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Duncan, Cleveland, O., Mrs. M. C. Goodman, Washington, D. C., Mrs. J. W. Bitterman, Miss E. Hartman, Harrisburg, A. K. Goodman, Washington, D. C., J. C. DeMuth, Pittsburgh, Mrs. Roy Alexander, Mrs. A. W. Mitchell, Milesburg, A. H. Newman, Phillps- ourg, W. H. ReanvWashington, D. C., Urs. Ward Hampton, Mount Union, J. T. Chilcott and wife, Alexandria, Mrs. Haud Murley, Philadelphia, Mary E. Beers, Mary McCloskey, Birmingham, "VTrs. E. E. McLaughlln, Mill Creek, Dorothy Wagner, Huntingdon, A. H. Newman, Phillpsburg, Rev. W. R. Byers, Penfleld, Pa., Homer L. Wright, "^olo, 111., Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Buchann, Inez Buchanan, Mrs. V. P. Buchann, Mrs. S. P. Mcader, R. W. Mulhol- an, Mrs. R. Woomer, Mrs, E. F. McDowell, John D. McDowell, Mrs. G. F. Celley and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller, I all of Altoona. BELtWOOD Bellwood aerie, No. 1859, Fraterna Order of Eagles, will attend the funeral services of the late Ira R. Burns Sunday afternoon. All members are requested to meet at aerie home at 2.15.' Mrs. I. J. Higgle of Independence Kans., is a guest of her aunt Mrs. J C. Hunter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dunmire on Main street Clair C. Wulfert, genial manager of one of Altoona's Atlantic and Pacific stores, is enjoying his vacation this week. Tomorrow morning at the Logan Valley Baptist church, a special message will be read to the congregation from the pastor, Rev. H. Q. Dooley, who is vacationing N. J. at Ocean City, At 0.30 p. m., on the ball field the third of the series of vesper services will be held. The sermon will be preached by Rev. J. F. Anderson, D. D., of Bellwood. In case of inclement weather the services will be held in :he Methodist church which is located lear the park. The music so far has been very good with H. E. Rathenber- :er, leader, who has had the support of . a line orchestra. The attendance ncreases. St. Joseph's Catholic, Rev. M. J. Brett, pastor—Mass at 10,30 followed by benediction. Logan Valley Baptist, H. G. Dooley, >astor—Preaching nt 10.45 by Dr. J. f. Andersen; evening, open air serv- prayer ce; Sunday school at 9.30; neeting Wednesday at 7.45. Methodist, Rev. L. E. Wilson, pastor —Preaching at 10.45 by Rev. E. C. <eboch, Harrisburg, central Pennsylvania director of religious education; Sunday school at 9.30. Grace Lutheran, Rev. Russell P." Knoebel, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 >y the pastor; morning subject, "Our "rreatest Question;" open air service at 6.30; Sunday school at 9.30. Salem Lutheran—Divine services at .30, subject, "Our Greatest Question;" Sunday school nt 10.30. Church- of the Brethren, Galen R. JUNIATA The members of Bellview lodge, No. 497, Independent Order Of Odd Fellows, are requested to meet at the hall this evening at 7 o'clock, to go to the home of the late Thomas Hofferman for funeral services. The Latira Weston Loyal Temperance Legion will meet this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, in the Y. M. C. A. parlor. A good-attendance Is urged. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Goodman, 904 Boulevard, entertained their brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson of Cleveland, O., this wejelc. Mr. and Mrs. Johnso'n left last night for Fort Allegheny and they expect to" return to their homo Sunday. The trip Is being made by automobile. Services at Rlggle's gap Sunday afternoon: Sunday school a.t 2.30, followed by preaching at 3.30. We urge that as many as can will avail themselves of the opportunity offered them through the Lakernont Bible conference beginning today. "I was glad when they said let us go up to the House of the Lord." Psalms. First Methodist, Rev. W. W. Banks, mstor—Preaching at 10.45 and 7.30 by :he pastor. Sunday, school, 9.30, I. A. Corby, superintendent. Epwortli league 6.30; Intermediate league, G.30. Special music at both services. Building Fund day in the Sunday school. St. Peter's Episcopal. Rev. Albion i.. Ross, pastor—Holy communion and icrrnon, a a. m. The church is repaired and will bo used for this service, o evening service. Otterbein United Brethren, M. S. Blttner, pastor—Preaching at 10.45 and ".30 by the pastor. Sunday school, .30, F. H. Baker, superintendent. 3 raycr meeting Wednesday, 7.30, J. G. Reffner, leader. Junior C. E. Sun- ay, 6.30, Mrs. A. H. Kuhn, superln- endent. Intermediate C. E., Mrs. D. V. Hosteller, superintendent. Grace Evangelical, Rev. A. Morgan Juniata Park Church of the Rev. Earl C. Bowser, pastor— Preach* ing at 10.45 and 7.30 by the pastor* Morning subject, "The Bible and Missions." Evening subject, "The Supremacy of Christ." Sunday school,. 9.30, J. D. Brumbaugh, superintendent. Wednesday evening prayer meeting at the church and Friday evening Chris tian fellowship meeting. JBib!^ read* ing for next week includes the • Boolt of II Timothy. Trinity Lutheran, Paul Levl Foullc,, pastor— Preaching at 11 by the pastor, No evening service until. Sept. 14, Morning subject, "The.LL.JD of Life." Sunday school, 9.30, J. E. Oabte, superintendent. Juniatn Presbyteria.n Minister; Rev.. Paul Cotton, New York city — Preach* ing at 10.45 and 7.30. Morning subject,. "Come and See." Evening subject, "Simon the Magician." Sunday. school at 9.30, G. W. Chase, superintendent. Prayer service and semt-annual congregational meeting on Wednesday; evening at 7.30. Blough, pastor—Sunday school, 9.30,. H. i Jenkins, pastor—Preaching by the pas- Paul Cox, superintendent. Morning! lor at 10.30 and 7.30. Morning sub- worship, 10.45, stibtofct, "The Con- querer." Evening, 7.45, subject, "Why Christ Answered a Petition." The public is invited to worship with us. GLASGOW Lutheran pastorate. John E. Hill, pastor—Preaching at 11 a. m. at Blandburg and at 8 p. m. at Glasgow. Preaching at Van Ormer, 11 a. m., Methodist and Luthpran union service; sermon by Rev. G. W. Bradley, Methodist minister. Sunday school, 9.30 a. m., Glasgow; 10, Bland^urg and Van Ormer. Christian Endeavor, 7 p. in., at Glasgow. Program of the Anti-Saloon league—Van Ormer, Aug. 4, 7.30 p. m.; Glasgoiy, Aug. 5, 8 p. m.; and Blandburg, Aug. 6, 7.30 p. m. At Glasgow, Aug. 7, mid-week service at 8 p. m., and choir practice, 9 p. m. Special service at Van Ormer, p. m. Aug. 8, 7.30 BLANDBURG Methodist, Rev. W. A. Dysart, pastor—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8. Everybody wel- EVERY WEDNESDAY i COMMUNITY SERVICE SUBURBAN DAY ject, "With Christ in Heaven." Evening subject, "The 'Harmful Coppersmith:" Senior E. L. C. E. on Wednesday evening at 7.45. JUNIATA THEATRE Friday nml Saturday "OA.NCE HALL," All Star Oust Comedy, Mickey Mouse, Sound Cartoon mid 1'ox Movietone News, Special Prices On COAL -Dial 2-8761 $3.75 COLLINS SUPPLY CO. per ton and up •NKW TS'EOKWEAK TCVKRY SATURDAY Bias Striped NECKTIES Arc decidedly new and smart, •for mid-summer dress . . . developed in single and cluster stripe effects of green, red, blue, tan on a dark ground . . . they present a pleasing contrast with cither light or dark clothing . . . Priced at 1 (eopold & Biqjey Now! GIKf,S! Meet the new ilny Friend '. Y o loved him in "Fust Co in- BUSTIN' THE STANDING BROAD GRIN RECORD! i p a u y," a |i "Tlio S o c i si I 1. 1 o n." You'll go crazy over the comic capers, the giggly n e w wise-- crueUN of !&•• tt-.V. .**..- \ FRANKSTOWN KUAUIMi "IMH1I JiVilON (>!•' JJIUMUWAV" With Kthellnii Terry, L'lilt Kdwarii* and -Marion Scliilling. Stury ut u tin-|)un alley boiiu writer. Turlmi- colur revue ^rcnes. Our (jang ('oi)i- fily, "lioum:iiig Jiabieb." \e\\'b. Frankstown and Canoe Creek Methodist charge, Kev. J. Arthur (Jarver, pa slur. FranJistowii- .Sunday .-iclioul. a. 30. Edgar (Jeesey, superintendent; jji each- ing, 7.30. The Baker Brothers quurtet 01 Altuuna will sing at this .service. Canoe Creek — Sunday school. 9.30, Frank Wa.Ha, superintendent; preaching, 10.30; prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7.30. You are welcome to these services. he "S o e la I ion" jumps into a new, more hilarious ro1e with everything he's got. And that means you'll get every laugh your ribs will stand when you see and hear ©AIM IE- Sap Prom Syracuse" WITH GINGER. ROGERS G Qammounl picture Tl "JKAKLY ItlltU" MAT. 10.00 A. M. -t Kfi 12.00 NOON... J-tJtv 12.00 NOON (i.OO I'. M. . 25c W lirurc .Sfi'iilr "T1J)JS UJSKS" Screen Song "HOT TIMK OI.U TOWN- KJiWS Now Playing ARCTIC- NU-AIR COOLING! —i "I Jirat Notional presents' t v f. T . •*' k/tf\ 4 £' The Screen's Bird of Paradise! ^T"^A i •T"* JlSopkuticAldDrima of V W ^V mP~ Society.....its shams ^^^ w ••* ^ and Love affairs/ lirAt TkttlonoL VITAPHONEr' 1JTL *<tfOR'0(/c k V^k CCA f jTy '*& *» BASIL RATH BONE RAY FRANCIS His melodies W O II her heart — a 11 <; Woke it j More drama than "The Other Tomorrow." More gripping romance than "The Painted Angel." With one of the fi n e s t talkie casts you've ever heard. You'll sec Billie Dove as the belle of the debs. You'll see society at play. You'll see beautiful ^TMVIIS one year ahead of the styles. You'll see uiie of |]u- mo>t unusual luve- triangle-- the \itaphone M/reeii has ever told! "iws;* -<*- TALKING SHORT SUBJECTS Pathe Comedy "Musical Beauty Shop" Vitaphone "BARRY AND WHITTLEDGE" "FIRE BUGS"—PARAMOUNT NEWS

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