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PAGE TWO. THI DAILY NEWS, HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION, PA., THURSDAY, OCTOIIR 9, 1MT. DICK TRACY I WILL SOON SHOW VOU, COFP/HEAD. SH-SHEAS^ NOW. WHAT HAVE VOU DONE TO ST€ELTAP£ MEASURE? 3 VOU-HUH? Ceading Revival At Newburg Chapel PWPA PLANS FOR -' ANNUAL MEETING •" Harrisburg, Oct. 9.—The Pennsylvania Women's Press Associa- -tion made plans today for its 10th annual meeting here Saturday. The association, headed by Mrs. Marion L. HoUendonner of the Jeannette News-Dispatch, will hold sessions in connection with the 23rd annual convention of the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers' Association, Mrs. James H. Duff, wife of €he governor, is Jo be an honor guest at a luncheon and reception and Mrs. Raymond Clapper, widow of the late Washington columnist, will be gruest speaker. OUT-OF STATE RESIDENTS BUY HUNTINGDON COUNTY PROPERTIES Mount Union, Pa. October 6th, 1947 New Jersey, Illinois, Washington and Iowa residents have, the past, month, purchased property in Huntingdon County area . through Eugene C. Rinker, Representative of Strout Realty Agency, Inc. Mr., and Mrs. Howard Barle of Jerseyville, 111., have purchased of W. C. Pannebaker-, their property in Hares Valley. Carl L. Wile and Wife of Washington, D. C., have purchased the Elizabeth Ross property at Petersburg, Pa. Elmer Cole and Wife of Kirkman, Iowa, have purchased the Ira W. Wilson farm in Tuscarora Valley. Charles Lendvay and Wife of Newark, N. J., have purchased the Henry Cutshall property at Knightsville. STROUT SELLS - - - LISTINGS WANTED Eugene C. Rinker—Representative E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY, INC. Phones—51S-J-3 and 74 Mount Union, Pa. SHAPIRO THEATRE Mount Union Thursday and Friday—October 9-10 First Show 6:45 AND THEY LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFIR... (after they stopped running around in triangles!) Charlie Rugg!es • Virginia FieliJ - Rila Johnson • Zasu Pitts d by LEWIS MIEN -Screenplay by l«Donrd SoTgetgan J, C. Bldir Memorial HOSPITAL NEWS October 8, 1847 . Census Today, 88 Admitted: Mr*. Catherine Parlu, ;Robe«on 'xtension, Williamtburg. Lydia Feightal, 1022, Penni.. Avenue, South. Huntingdon, . Robert Williams, Saxtqn, Mrs. Isabel Weiler, Huntingdon R. D. 2, Henrietta People*, Pet«r*burg R. D. 1. Mrs. Elizabeth Carbiugh,- Jamea Creek. , • Discharged: Nancy Hamilton, Three .Springs. Bert Grove, 18, -West Garber Street, Mount). Union. • , Mrs. Eva Cmlcote, • Huntingdon Star Route, i ' • -, Jack Newlngham, Huntingdon R. D. 2. : . ' Cloyd W. Grove, Alexandria. Ray C. Sprankle, Alexandria. John Wike, Petersburg. , 0 • WITH THE SICK \ Mrs. Lillian Sleeman of 329.Penn Street; Huntingdon, Is Confined .to her home by ilness. Her- many friends wish for her a speedy anc complete recovery- Mrs. Sleeman Ls, the executive secretary of the Huntingdon Chapter of the Am. erlcan Red Cross. Friends of , John, Murray Simp' son of 420 \Vashington Street Huntingdon, .will be sorry to !earn 'that he' was taket^ seriously ill on Sunday evening, 'and was taken' to the Veterans Hospital at Aspuvwall. The latest word of his condition is that v he-is not much improved. ' " :. Subscribe for The Dally News Pour cent per copy. , ALPINE THEATRE Orbisonia THURS. — LAST .' SONG OF THE SOUTH '.'. FRIDAY, SATURDAY BLONDIE'S HOLIDAY and '. . DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND PROGRAM SCHEDULE OF WHUN t Ottob«r . (Ki«ht) (M) >e.n> ICmtul (:t« , Spord. Farad*. Phil Short 8:10 Sideihow BarnonUi T:M 7:IS 7:21 7:1S 7:10 T:U S:«l 8:1$ MEYOUPAU W6AIUHKO due to MONTHLY LOSSES? You girls and women who lose so much during monthly periods that you're pale,-.weak, "dragged out"— this may be due tolaclc of blood-iron. So try Lydia E. Piakhani'j TABLETS — one of the best home ways to build up red blood—in such case*. Pinkham's Tablets are one of th. best blood-iron tonics you 'can buy! NOW! Box office 6:30 Shorts 7 and 9 Feature 7:35-9:34- K MUM mwn EM* HHtri 1*4 CtraMGtrafM Associate Producer-Director JOSEPH KANE Scmn rhy ty Uwrenc« HHtri i»d CtnU Gtraffttf A REPUBLIC PICTURE ONE QUARTER HOUR WITH DESIARNAZ AND HIS ORCHESTRA G. I. Pacific Trail T«xi«yl THE FORCSiOTTIN ISLANDS 20,000 Miles Via N»y»l Air Tnwisport 1:1* ll:tl !«:»« 11:01 11:15 11:1» 12 :M ' Filtan LtvU, Jr. Pertniylranla W«k Spotlicht on a Star • Future . IB th* Kcirj JWthur Rale (M) l In.iie «f Sjwrtp (M) South Africa Ntwaretl Dr. Ktbirt M. Dorizai, l«r Hall Bl«:k Party (H) Family Theatre (M) MnUrworki o£ Music Sporti Final 'K.wa Final , Rtttrd* Ststion CALENDAR Thursday, Oct. 9 Women of the Moose will meet at 8 p. m. in the Moos* Home, The--- Comrade Claw - of the Smithfield Union Sunday School will meet at Mr*. levin Black's home, 828.Penna. Avenue, at 7:30 p. m. The Confer Claw of the 15th Street Methodist Church Will meet in the social room of the church at 7:30 o'clock. The Dorc*« Class of the Abbey Church will hold a clus meeting at 7:30 p. m. at the home ot Mrs. Mildred Kemp, 41* Zl«v«ith Street. The' Water*tr«et Missionary Society will meet at th» home of Mrs, Raymond Mete at tight . o'clock. TOO LATt TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT: 4 room house, large firden at Shirleysburg R. D. Inquire of Raymond Beatty, 1 mile from Keystone Inn. 10-9-3t WANTED: — Fresh cows and springer*, stock ewea and lamb*. F. M. McCartney, Dry Run, Pa. 10-9-31." Subscribe for The Daily New*. WANTED: — Carpenter to put brick ciding on a house and build porch immediately. Willis Brun- gavd, Mapleton Depot. 10-9-3t.* FOR SALE: Hair; dryer, professional size, good condition; also modern walnut desk, practically new. T. W. Steel, Echo Glen, 14th. St, Huntingdon. . 10-B-3t FOR SALE: 54" porcelain kitchen •ink. Call at 201 Spruce St or phone 102*. / 10-9-3t Item Ol l:3« «:<5 7: tO 7:«S «:»4 '8:15 S:lt Friday, 1* October <H) •<«• Ktttaal . ';" (MornSnf) Bill Rtaninier W»ke UP. with..Rhythm 1 N«ir« Samaarr If. » G»«l.D»yl Wetli N»WJ Sunaury Guidepciti Sparta Lineup '• Tick-Tick Tune* Coff« Time . Moraine Derotioni Henry LaCouitt (M) Melod; Montnti Shaw, Time . Muiieal Gift Women 1 * -Club. Eleanor Foster Bible M«<JiUtion« Rhjlhnt Ran r en Local Keirt, Eucene Shore Military Bsrid AnniTcrsary Tlmt Heart's Desire (M) j (Afternoon) K»te Smith Speaki Lvnchton Date Know Your County 'Newa of the World According to the Record Naiarehe Hour' Qunker City Serenade .(M) Musicj. Mixer . • . Queen for. a Day (M) Martin Block' Show (M) Sonr nf th«" Stranrer (M) Peaceful Valley . ' Muilc.l! . . Two Ton Baker <M) ' .Xtw* >.':.' ., Stock Reports ' Local Kewf,. Euctnt Shore Calendar of Erenta, Eleanor ter Wealernera Superman (M) Captain MidnicM <M) Tom Mix (M) Spo'rli ,Parade, Phil Shorl KEV. H. B. HUFFMAN Beginning this Tuesday evening, October' 7, : the Rev. \K. B. Huffman of West Virginia will conduct old-fashioned revival meetings in the Nev/burg- Chapel, Church of the Nazafene. The .revival will conclude vith the service ou Sunday evening, October 19. The Rev. . Fred W. Thompson, pastor of the, church, extends a cordial invitation to the public to visit the church and attendjthe-re- vival. Services will begin at 7:30 o'clock each evening. One-Day Strike Ends Founder* Day ,will be ob*erved n the Memorial Public Library at Alexandria at 8 p. m. f riday, O«t. 18 HaVtslog: Valley G!ranfe will meet at' the' grange hall at 8 'clock. The Rev. Lee Worthing of Alexandria .will be the *p«*ker. The Social Circle of the Harmony Church wfll meet at the home of MTJB. Emma Miller in Calin. All members are urged to attend. The Huntingdon Hook and idder and th« No. 2 Fire 'Companies will meet in the No. 2 Fire at seven o'clock. Pittsburgh, Oct. 9. — A one- day strike of CIO production workers at Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company's Springdale, Pa., plant over demands for a nine-cent hourly wage increase ended last night. (M) 8:11 8:45 »:•• »:15 9:18 S:<5 10:00 !•:«» 11:45 19:55 11:0» 11:15 11:30 15:15 12:30 12:45 IZ-.SS -l-tlt 'Z :«« 2:38 J:3t 3:<S> 4 :CO 4:30 :4:4!f .1:54 4-..SS ~ 5:15 :>:15 5:3H 3-.K Untrustful • Altus. Okla.—An Odeli, Tex., man traveled from. Altus to Odell to raise $1.05, the amount he lacked to pay a $10 fine for-public drunkenness: Police held the 58.95 the man :had< with him and his'watch fot ;security until "he returned. FOR SALE PRIVATELY Bedroom suite, complete: gas stove, like new, natural or bottled gas; magazine rack; library tab^e; oil heater; hassock; coffee table; rocking chair; end table; oil heater; roaster; dresser; new cultivator; overcoat, size 40, good. Phone . 378-W, MOUNT UNION 25 W. Vandevender St., MOUNT UNION. PA. - Fo§ WHITE UNIFORMS Size 14-44 Special S2.79 DANKS & CO. WANTED: — Middle aged woman wanU child-nuraemaid work only, for working parents, in or near Huntingdon d&sired. 5 days week, sleep in. Write P. O. tJox 11, Orbiaonia. 10-9-2t.* The Junior Music Club of Hunt- ngdon \yill meet at' 3:30 o'clock n the First Baptist Church. The W.S.C.S. of the Donation Methodist Church will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawn. Mrs. -Howard Alley of Huntingdon, returned missionary, will be the speaker. FOR SALE: — No. 1 »eries National hot water boiler, rated at 560 iq. ft., of installed radiation, good as new, ujed le*i than a year, priced for quid aale, also new radt&toH in stock. E. W. W. Horton, Dudley,. Pa. Phone Saxton 110-R-5, 10-8-3t. FOR SALE: — American fox hound and Airdale crossed, 18 mos. old, ready to start on coon deer proof. Michael Kostyack, Wood. 10-8-lt.* WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES October 9, 1947 Mr. and. Mrs. George Morgan, Harrisburg, formerly of Huntingdon, are marking their second anniversary today. Congratulations! INVITATION TO BID Bids are hereby solicited for alterations aid additions to. the Mount Union Municipal Building Plans and ^pacification* may be obtained at the office of the Bor ough Secretary. All bids must be filed in the office of the Borough Secretary on or-before 8:00 p. m. October 20 1947 at which time they will bi publicly opened and read. The Borough Council reserve; the right to reject any or all bids By order of the Borough Council Melvin H. Diven, Seecretary Borough of Mount Union, Mount Union, Pa. Approximately 250,000 board fee of 3" decking - is required for th flight decks of Essex class aircraf carrier*. Shooting Match FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10 7:30 p. m, AT FAIRGROUNDS Turkeys — Bacon* Hams No Re-loads » Dave isenberg STEEL Rounds, squares, flats, angles, channels, t^eams, posts, lintels, sheets, plates, tool steel and eoid rolled. Sheared, punched, drilled, forged, machined, threaded, bent or cut to any shape. N. E. Reihart and Sons Huntingdon (Portstown) the Perfect GIFT! A Fine Gruen Hamilton Elgin Marvel WATCH Select your Christmas Watch NOW! Use our easy Lay-A'way Plan BLACK'S JEWELRY HELD OVER ff TODAY ONLY G ft A N D TODAY ONLY at tfae VALUES! p. Molher Tight DAN DA1LEY MONA FREEMAN CONNIE MARSHALL VANESSA MOWN SAtA ALLGOOD DOORS OPEX MATINEE I;30 EVENING 6:30 STARTS FRIDAY 2—HITS—2 "Adventure Island" ALSO "I Cover Big Town'? ROUND OR SIRLOIN Steaks Chuck Roast Ib. 55c Scrapple 2 Ibs. 25c Assorted Loaves Ib. 49c Dried Beef ' ^ ib. 25c Wheaties 8 oz. pkg. 15c Tomatoes No. 2Vfe can 23c HJEINZ Tomato Soup ......... 2 cans 21c HUNT'S SEEDLESS Raisins pkg. 15c ALL BRANDS Oleo , Ib. 37c PARD Dog Food ............ 2 cans 21 c PILLSBUJIY Pancake Flour 2 . pkgs. 33c ROYAL Gelatin .... .......... 3 pkgs. 25c . VegetabU Cheese . Shortcakes Broadcast: October 11, 1947 1VS cup* tUted, •![• 1% cupi grated purpoie dour Amcricta« 2vz t««ipo«B*. biking -/j cup Pet Milk ^ powder s /2 l***poon »/1t ?i feajipaoa s<le few gr*ini peppef Yt- cup ihon«ning No. 2 cut peu> '/4 cup Fit Milk Jr fined \h cup Wkier Turn, on oven; set at hot (425* F.). Sift flour with baking powder and ^4 teajp. salt. Work in shortening. Stir in 14 cup milk and water. Turn onto floured board. Roll 14 in. thick. Cut into 8 rounds. Cue 1-in. holes in 4 rounds. Put rounds on baking sheet; top with rings. Bake 12 min. Mix together cKeese, remaining */} cup milk, sale &nd pepper. Cook and itir over boiling water until smooth. Add peas; heat. Serve between shortcakes. Main 4 servings. Yon Will fieeil PET MILK . . 2 cans 25c FLOUR ... 5 Ib. bag 49c American CHEESE Ib. 58c PEAS . . .... 2 can* 29c b. can ROCKWOOD'S Cocoa ..... ... lOc SHTJRFINE Salt ... 2 pkgs. 15c TASTEWELL Vinegar ... qt. 17c RITZ Crackers .pkg. 29c Prunes .... Ib. 25c NABISCO Graham Crackers Ib. 25c CXX3K O' WALK PEACHES No. 3</i s Lettuce 2 hds. 2Sc CALIFORNIA Oranges doz. 49c Potatoes pk. 59c Apples 3 Ib. 29c Bob Soys: give your budget ' K boost. You \vijl ' find your dollar ( « stretches farther { *• h<»r»- ' QUALITY MARKET 1020 Wukiigtoft St Phone 449-R Robert Lokmiller, Prop.

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