The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania on December 5, 1946 · Page 11
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The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, December 5, 1946
Page 11
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THE DAILY NEWS, HUNTINGDON, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1946. PAGE ELEVEN LOOKING BACKWARD FIFTY YEARS AGO " On the program at the Thanksgiving mass meeting in the Fh'st Methodist Church were Miss Lizzie Willoughby and Master Eni- raert Swigart who gacve recita- tioi.s, little Harriet Sanderson, and a quartet composed of Mrs. Ella J. Brumbaugh, Miss Annie Detwiler, Harvey Replogle and Bruce Book. Rev. Applegarth presided at the meeting. Frank Cramer was the organist. —50 years ago— jThera is taJk of a. telephone line from SaltiUo to Huntingdon via Cassville, Calvin, Colfax and Hawn's bridge. — 50 years ago— Elmer E. Palmer had his right h«jnd and forearm badly lacerated when he was caught in a. slide of .stone at the lime -stone quarry at Mapleton. —50 years ago— 'Miss Mattie Robley of Mapleton had her collar bone broken and her face badly lacerated by being knocked down by a colt. '' —50 years ago— ..Ex-Sheriff Amon Houck has removed from Broad Top City to Shippensburg. He is a good citi- ' —50 years ago— ""Game of all kinds seems to be Unusually scarce, especially turkeys and deer. —60 years ago— .V.Mrs. Anna Hall, an aged lady, 3ied at her home, corner of Twelfth and Moore' Streets, yesterday morning after several weeks Illness resulting from an ittack of diphtheria. —50 years ago— The big sleeves are doomed to go. Notwithstanding the large patterns shown In the fashion periodicals,- ladies in the large cities have adopted the smaller size. The isleeves fit tight from the elbow down and have a large puff from the shoulder tapering down to the elbow. TWENTY YEARS AGO James F. Swope, formerly of Trough Creek Valley, died at the jfgme of his daughter in Altoona. "-*. —20 years ago— '""Broad Top City Lodge of the G?yal Order of the Moose plans to: erect a new home. "" —20 years ago— ".'Robert Donaldson Colgate, well- ijcnown Civil War veteran of Orbisonia, died on Saturday. He was Bl. He served as town burgess for several years. —20 years ago— ;' -Prof. C. Morelli and his 45-piece orchestra of Huntingdon gave a concert last night in Orbisonia. —20 years ago— ' .The Widow Hall and her broth- , ftrs were acquitted of the murder | f Mrs. Eleanor R. Mills by the iomerville, New Jersey, trial jury. 20 years ago _' Mrs. Rebecca Reed of Milroy 85, widow of George Reed, died at he home of her son in Millers- .own. 20 years ago - A Queen man, Russell D. Helael vas accidently shot by a fellow hunter In Cass Towiuhip. Hi 1* in very serious condition' At the J C. Blair Memorial Hoipital. 20 years *fo William U. G. Snyder of J'miata Township died at his home. TEN YEARS AGO Vance Moore, 25, of Crooked Creek In Smithfield To'vnship was critically injured when his own gun discharged as he was getting out of his car. —10 yean ago— Dr. Charles E. Mullin will lecture at Static College oh the subject of the textile Industry before the textile chemical group and others. —10 years ago— After spending some time with her uncle, J. P. Harshbarger of LaVerne, California, Mrs. I. L. Henderson has returned to her home on Penn Street. —10 ye»r» ago—William A. Cozzens, member ef the Huntingdon Borough Council and one of Huntingdon'* best known citizens, died at his home on Allegheny Street. % Smith and family. Dinner guests in the Smith u .ome on Friday "evening, November 29, were: Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Gibboney, Mrs. Clara Mitchell, Mrs. Jessie Cummins all of McAlevys Fort and Rev. C. O. .Anderson of Belleville. John R. Fetrow and Joe Bonner of New Cumberland, were callers at the S. A. Gibboney home on [Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Nace and family of Okland, Md., spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Mitchell. McALEVYS FORT Miss Geneva Gill spent Thanksgiving at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Toni Lalli, of Petersburg, R. D. Miss Shirley Mitchell of Burnham spent Thanksgiving vacation with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller. Mrs. Mildred Smith and son, Charles, of Burnham spent the Thanksgiving vacation in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Garfield PEOPLE SURE WANT SHOES HAINES, THE SHOE .WIZARD stores are Jammed to the doors with customers and they are out in the street wanting to get in to buy shoe* at the low prites. T.'.at is just what it would be if shoe wearers knew values and appreciated what HAINES is doing today in keeping prices down. Just now we have on hand 5,186 pairs of women'i shoes at the old price—$2.98. Soon as new ones come, we will have to sell them at one dollar more. HAINES, THE SHOE WIZARD In Huntingdon at 623 Washington St. SHAFFERS -CASH AND GARRY PRICES- PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR THAT PENN ALTO FRUIT CAKE HERE ARE SOME BARGAINS Penn Alto Pancake Flour . 5 Ib. 38c PENN ALTO Buckwheat Flour 5 Ib. 43c Penn Alto Coffee ..... Ib. bags 39c Shaffer Special Coffee Ib. bags 35c Turkey Golden Syrup ... 20 oz. 16c Jackson Pumpkin . No. 2 l /2 can 20c Hurff J s Tomato Soup 20 oz. can 17c Heinz Baked Beans . 17 1 /2oz.jar22c Spaghetti in tomato sauce 14c Mother's Oats ... Ig. round box 27c Kellogg Corn Flakes 11 oz. pkg. lie Penn Alto P-Nut Butter, Ib. jar This P-Nul butter is homogenized '.31c Liquid Hemo . . makes a grand hot drink for breakfast or school lunches . 59c Garbage Cans 10 gal. size $1.98 Galvanized Tubs No. 2 $1.19 Kitchen Bags pkg. of 10 lOc Colonial Graham Crackers . Ib. 28c Sunshine Hi-Ho Crackers .. Ib. 30c NABISCO Dandy Oyster Crackers .... Ib. 27c SCRATCH FEED 100 Ib. bags Hog Feed 100 Ib. bags M DAIRY FEED Ig. bag SHAFFER STORES CO. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Bracken and family of Glenolden spent the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wilson and family. Mrs. Ann Henry of Huntingdon spent the Thaksgivlng vacation with Mr, ad Mrs. Boyd Henry and Airs. Maude Bookhamer. The High School play will be presented in the Grange Hall on Friday and Saturday, December 6 and 7. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesner of Huntingdon and Mr, and Mrs. Charles Jenkins of Six Mile Run wer«' guests of Mr. and Mrs; Robert Jenkins and family on Friday, November 29. Miss Hester irvin of Lewistown spent the week-end at her home, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gibboney and family of Altoona spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herroll Gib boney and son, Don. Mrs. Lynn Mitchell spent Thanksgibing Day at the home of her father, VV. B, Anderson \of Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Irvin and family of AJtoona spent Sunday with the former's mother and sister, Mrs. E\ r a Irvin and Irene Irvin.' Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hawn and family on Thanksgiving Day were Mr. -and Mrs. Russell Fult.z and family of Shirleysburg-, R. D., Mrs. William Breon and Mrs. Mona Moore of Rockforci, 111 Mrs. Rosa Barr and daughter Esther motored to Highspire and spent the Thanksgiving vacation wih their daughter and sister, Mrs. Wilbur Smith. NEW AMBASSADOR TO BRITAIN NAMED Washington, Dec. 4—Oliver Max Gardner, who once worked his way to England on a cattle boat, plans to travel by Juxury liner when he takes over his new post as U. S. ambassador to Britain. Gardner, now undersecretary of the treasury, was appointed to the high diplomatic post yesterday by.President Truman. A Senate vote on confirmation was expected soon after the new Congress convenes Jan. 3. Gardner, 64, has been a power- behind-the-scenes in Democratic politics for years. He is a form 22- governor of North Carolina a_ia during the war served as chalrm:fl of the advisory board to the Office of War Mobilization and Re- conversion. • He succeeds W. Averell Harriman, who gave up his diplomatic post to become Secretary of Commerce. \ CHAIRS TO SATISFY EVERYONE! Specially Priced for Early Shoppers .... ,95-- Chairs for'all through the house, from bedroom to dinette! Deep innerspring lounge chairs . . , handsome barrel backs . . . lightweight, inviting pull up chairs . . . chairs to recline in ... chairs for writing and dining! Choose from ^iur vast assortment of- styles, finishes and attractive upholstery fabrics! Here's the Christmas gift that's sura to receive a hearty welcome! Don't delay , , , make your selections right now while stocks are so complete! A. Boudoir Chairs from $9.95 B. Fireside Chairs from $49.50 C. Occasional Chairs from $9.95 D. Lounge Chairs from $32.50 E. Platform Rockers from 529.50 F. Tilt Chairs and Ottomans from. .$39.50 G. Period Dinette or Desk Chairs ~. .$9.95 H. Carved Pull Up Chairs from $14.95 I. Dining Room Chairs from $8.95 %& ill *&5BSF If EASY TERMS! Wolf Qii'mit trie 7th and Mifflin Ptone 1008 Huntingdon 15 Shopping Days Till Christmas - J^Wk^^A- I •-' '-" , 4^,. i^J .,.-_._._..._._ % J

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