The Express from Lock Haven, Pennsylvania on October 5, 1935 · Page 2
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HESB'-TWO DANCE TONIGHT AT ST. CLOUD HOTEL MUSIC BYDICK AND MS RHYTHM BAND Dancing 8.30 till 11.45 NO COVER CHARGE THE LOCK HAVEN EXPRESS, LOCK HAVEN, BEECH CREEK PUNS DANCE TONIGHT —AT CRYSTAL BEACH Orchestra Music Mr. and Mrs. James Walizer and sons, Grant and Harry, and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Vonada motored to Smethport Sunday and spent the day with Sweeley. Sunday and Mr. Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde dinner guests of Mr. Clifford Vonada were Mrs. Guy Springer, Parent - Teacher Association Will Undertake Plan; J. R. Haver Gives Talk BEECH CREEK—The October meeting of the Beech Creek Parent-Teacher Association was h»ld <~> , ,-. „ .,- j ,-. o -• in the school building Wednesday I S ' at f, Colleg £ Gra , ndnla S 5 n ?P r evening with a very large attend-i?/ r , Akron ' °" andtr1 £' a £ d Mrs ' ance oiiuia , Walter Weaver of Hublersburg. The guest speaker was Rev ' Other callers at the Von a3a l^^.ai^S^tSl^e 1 ?nneli.r'f l^S* SsT J ?£& talk on "The Home, the School and the Church," in which he Misses Jean and Betty Springer of Miss Parsons of Lock Haven, John i Will Be Closed All Day Monday, Oct. 7 LIXTZ'S Sole Distributor for BEAR HILL SOFT COAL Satisfaction guaranteed PRICED RIGHT Phone 69-R 942-R EMERT BROS. Tens Hot Weber Lunch SPECIAL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY With One Quart of CLINTON ICE CREAM One Pint of Sherbet BOTH FOR 29c Tens Hot Werner lunch ORCHID BEAUTY SHOP 302 E. MAIN ST. i Reductions!! Why Not Have A Good Permanent at a Moderate Price? Regular 18.00 Permanent $3.95 Regular S3.95 End Curl $2.50 (All Complete and Guaran- teed).. Eugene Waves S5.95 Shampoo and Finger Wave 35c each PHONE 603 Closed Monday Until 6 P. M. in observance of holiday Hurwitz Tire Store 315 N. Grove Street We Will Be Closed Monday ^ on account of Holiday Economy Shoe Store E. MAIN STREET Packer, Marie Rickert, Vonada — J Jt ' '" WI1Icn ne whitini? of Salona- Samuel Gehn urged the cooperation of these ' vvnitln s °J aaiona, bamuei uenn- thrim aroaf inflnanr-Ac. T« ,* j + ' ^y and Mrs. Katie oummers 01 work to^thPr to hrin. Jh f i Center Hall and Mrs. Cunningham wartU wnrlrt anH i * tha and Harr y Schwab of Beliefonte. rm"orfance 0r or i 'tea a c n h1n g£ ,Tk S ewfse t M Mrs " William Krouse ' - s °"> Ray the home what the Sunday School teaches the youth. Urges Community, Library The program opened with devotional exercises in charge of Leonard J. Robb, with the invocation by Rev. Morris. The count of parents resulted as usual in the primary winning, narrowly, with 17; Intermediate 14, Grammar and High School, each 16. Charles M. Mapes of the faculty advocated that the P. T. A. sponsor a "Community Library" and after the proposition had been generally discussed, a resolution was passed to undertake the same, the P. T. A. to bear the expense of replacing books lost. Community Fair Principal Harold A. Robb introduced Prof. J. Rex Haver, county agriculture supervisor, who explained the Community Fair which is to be held here in the school building October 18. Robb also announced that Mr. the Boy's Club will have their first social and entertainment October 18, and that the club will sponsor a picture show, "The Covered Wagon" in the near future. Entertainment features were a reading by Mr. Mapes, and several selections at intervals by the local Boys' String Band in charge of their instructor, Michael Husso of Lock Haven. Upon adjournment refreshments were served during a social period. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hall of Williamsport spent Sunday with Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bechdel. Mrs. E. T. Bechdel and Mrs. Annie Smith are spending some time in Williamsport with Mr. and Mrs. Max Hall. Sherdon Kunes of Corning, N. Y., is visiting relatives here. Mrs. Catherine Coleman of Bloomsburg:last.w_eek;:end. •.: .. Sanford Glossner; who-lives on the Harry" Glossner" farm; "has been ORVISTON STUDENTS HAVE PERFECT RECORD ORVrSTON—Pupils having perfect attendance during the past month in the Orviston school are- Primary Department — William Confer, Ralph Dershem, Mervin Hahn, William Heaton, Robert Heaton, Bruce Holter, Richard Lomison, David McCartney Joseph McCartney, Allison Barnhart, Ida Confer, Marjorie Confer Vonda Condo, Faye Dershem, Gladys Emenhizer, Helen Emenhizer, Norma Felmlee, Violet Gunsallus, Catherine Heaton, Marjorie Lucas, Shirley Quick, Nan- riette Waite, Marie Yeager. Intermediate grades taught bv Miss Annabelle Hayes. Percentage of attendance 100. Pupils neither absent or tardy: Jack Butler Ernest Confer, Ray Confer, Lewis' Dershem, Robert Gunsallus, Oscar Heaton, Charles Hahn, Calvin Packer, Franklin Rickert, Lester Rhoades, Eugene Thompson. Doro- ard, and the Misses Elrose and Norine Leathers of Wall, called on Mrs. Georgia Gummo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McKibben and Miss Lillie McCaleb of Ridgway called on friends here Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Gertrude McCloskey and granddaughter, Delores Vignutti, were week end guests of the former's brother, Charles Gunsallus, and family at Lock Haven. Mrs. Clara Kling of Mill Hall was an overnight guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Baker and family Friday night. Mrs. R. C. Fisher'of Clintondale spent last Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Georgia Gummo. Mrs. Gertrude McCloskey and granddaughter, Delores Vignutti, went Monday evening to Lock Haven where Mrs. McClosckey will be employed in the home of Mrs. Robert Aaron and Delores will attend the Lock Haven school. Mrs. Margaret Courier and children, Fred, Florence Betty Lou of East May End and and Cyrus Smith of State College called on Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Long Sunday. About 75 persons attended the tureen supper held in the M. E. Church by the Ladies' Aid Society. A free will offering was taken which amounted to over S8. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pickering and son, Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Toner and four children, motored to Cresson Sunday to see the former's daughter. Alma Jane, a patient in the sanitarium at that place. WAR VETERAN PATIENT IN HOSPITAL AT PHILA. BEECH CREEK—James J. Egan of Blanchard. World War veteran, returned with Mrs. Egan from Buffalo, N. Y., the fore part of the „ , ....,.- , • -- --— i week where he received treatment Helen Miller had as her guest i in a government hospital for an quite ill. Members of the Church of Christ are ask to meet .Thursday Shank. Grammar School—Clifford Confer, Hugh Confer, Clifford Gardner, Paul Gray, Allen Gunsallus Russell Gunsallus, Kenneth Hahn, James Jodun, Gerald Lomison, Paul Lomison, Leroy Packer, Lloyd Packer, Guy Shank Helen Barnhart, Emeline Butler Louise Confer, Maybell Confer' Thelma Confer, Doris Daley, Violet Heaton, Verna Miller, Mary Rhoads, Marjorie Waite, Mae Watson, Maxine Watson. JERSEY SHORE REBEKAHS INSTALL NEW OFFICERS JERSEY SHORE—District Deputy President Mrs. Lena Wiliams and staff installed the officers of the Viola Mae Rebekah Lodge Tuesday evening at the regular meeting. The officers are: Noble grand, Lorena Veley; vice grand, Eva Haney; chaplain, Florence Gephart; pianist, Alma Harris; secretary. George Bennett of New Kensington spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ungard. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Work and Mr. and Mrs. Mclntosh of Ohio, visited friends and relatives here. Mrs. Mclntosh was formerly Miss Mary Work. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frank and son, Roy, Jr., and J. J. Renninger of Greenburr spent the week-end with friends at Troupsburg, N. Y. SATURDAY, OCTOBEft 5,1935 BFITMONW Robert Green Drops Dead at Home of Daughter, Mrs. Harry Herman, of Loganton RENOVO—Robert Green, 61, a Jfe long resident ol Renovo,: dropped dead last evening about j 6.45 at the home of his daughter i •lii ii JCIlUi CH. JLAWUt/•"•*•" 01 — • j , ., ™M (3 **>•*-*., , Mrs L A Conser of McElhat- Mrs - Harr y Herman of Loganton, 1 -- — - whom he had been visiting for tan visited her daughter, Mrs. Walter Sheasley this week. Mrs. Reuben Sorgen visited friends at Jacksonville this week. Mrs. E. Jane Bartholomew of Williamsport spent last Thursday with her sister, Mrs; Susan Hager. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sheasiey visited Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sheasley of Lockport Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaffer of Island and Mrs. William Cook and daughter, Marjorie Jean, spent Saturday in Williamsport. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Weber and daughter Eileen and Mrs. Annie D. Drake attended an apple cutting Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Karstetter of Salona, R. D. James Bodle and Jimmie Smith of Lock Haven were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Claude Tatc Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaffer and daughter of New York City visited Mr. Shaffer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaffer, over the weekend. Mrs. Annie Drake of Lock Haven is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Weber. The Loyal Berean class held about a week Mr. i b £ en an employe SPECIAL Sunday Dinner 55c CARBER'S "Fritz," as he was commonly known' was .always active in community musical organizations. Besides his wife he is survived by the following children: Earl of Detroit; John of North Bend; Mrs. Harry Herman, of Loganton; James, Robert, Jr., Mrs. William Nicholas. Mrs. Harold Bissman. Mrs. F. L. Goetz and Mrs. Michael Zidac of Renovo; also by several sisters and brothers among whom are Mrs. Frank Healy of Renovo and Mrs. Frank Burns of Harrisburg. Renovo Miss Maxine Beyers, a student at Temple University, is visiting her parents here. Mrs. Emory Bobbins. Mrs. Ernest Kelly and Miss Lola Welsh of North masquerade social at the home oflBcnd ; \yere' :"Williarnsport- visitors Mrs. Kelsey Thursday evening, yesterday. " attended by a large number. Mrs. Emma McCormick is vis- Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Weeks'arc visiting at Pittsburgh. iting friends at Tyrone over the! Mr - and Mr s. Norris Yeager have | returned to Gallop, New Mexico, week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fisher and pianisi, rtima xiarris; secretary,i , —• •'. • —".' " *• '-=»^>- t-nv. Mary Forcey; treasurer, Margaret da "e,hter, Lois, moved to Lock Ha,- , ... . . . ° VPn l«ct iifooL" Levegood; Warden Flo Jarrett; con-, ductor, LaBaron Cloud; inside j guardian, Sara Long; outside guard, | Elsie Dingier; right supporter to noble grand, Hazel Marks; left supporter to noble grand, Florence Keiler; right supporter to vice grand, Beulah Lehman; left supporter to vice grand, Mildred Cohick. ven last week. Surface Beech Creek Streets BEECH CREEK—Twenty-seven men on the relief rolls, residing Qreenburr Washington Boone, of Jersey Shore, is spending several days as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sheats. Rev. Martin, pastor of the in Beech Creek Borough and Beech | Evangelical charge at Middleburg, Creek Township, have been employed since Tuesday on the project to resurface Vesper, Locust and Grant Streets. Good progress has been made. Walter J. Clock is in charge. abscess of the left shoulder blade, due to a wound received in the} A. E. F. which resulted in the re- . moval of the arm at the shoulder joint. Tuesday Mi. Egan left for Philadelphia, accompanied by Dv. Geo. morning, October 10, to clean the H. Tibbi'ns. where he entered the church. j Navy Hospital at. League Island Kenneth Dietz, son of Mr. and Navy Yard for further treatment Mrs. Reed Dietz, has been threat- j Dr. Tibbi: ened with pneumonia, but is some- ' afternoon, what improved. Howard Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rosser, Mill Hall, spent Sunday evening at the home of J. Will Mayes and family. Miss Mary Elizabeth Moore re- Mrs. Mayme Welch of Avis!,,.., i,.,, «,-.,,„,,„ visited her sister, Mrs. Foster MILL HALL SENIORS Schenck and Mrs. George Schenck, recently. MOVINGS NUMEROUS IN BEECH CREEK AREA TO SPONSOR PARADED Fork. Mr. and Mrs. William Dreese, Beavertown, spent several days at ne of his brother, C. C. MILL HALL—The senio BEECH CREEK—October mov- ings include Paul Dickey and family from the former T. C. Smith home to the property recently vacated by Devester Lindsey and family on Railroad street, the latter now occupying'the former Alice Counsel property on Harrison Street which they'purchased from that estate, and the removal to Blanchard of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Fravel from the Purdy residence to reside with their daughter, Mrs. Howard Packer, a widow. Th i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stoltz and a ! daughter Virginia and Miss Idella j Williams spent Sunday with Mr. ' and Mrs. John Williams, Altoona. tO ct be held Thursday-eveHing;!^^ 1 ^^^^^^ The narade will fm-m if *h^ lon Frida y evening in the High J'LS II Ind ^ov/T a a p. '£:! f±^^t d Z,-±^l Ms through the principal streets to the auditorium where a program will be given. Prizes will be awarded in several classes. Following the program there will be card games and dancing. Refreshments will be served. Will Open New Store MILL HALL—George H. Johnsonbaugh has made alterations in the store room owned by Miss A meeting of the Fish a; recently visited Harvey Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rice, of Cincinnati. O., are spending ten days with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Shreckengast. Jacob Reninger spent the weekend in New York visiting his son, Curtis Reninger. Harvey Lamey and son, Floyd, motored to Rebersburg Sunday to visit the former's mother-in-law, Mrs. BowersoS. John Heller and sister, Gladys Heller, of Lewistown, were guests of H. A. Lamey recently. j Mr. and Mrs. William Bittnerl and daughter, of Pittsburgh, were! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel; Sheats over the week-end. Henry Showers and Mrs. Hannah Wurstcr motored to Lock Haven Thursday. I Mr. and Mrs". Ira Bartges, Mr.! and Mrs. Martin Douty, Mr. and' Mrs. E. Bartges motored to Lewisburg Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Carstetter motored to Lock Haven Friday on business. The following visited Mrs. Emma Warntz over the week-end: Miss Maud Warntz, Walter Warntz and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Specht. I Vaughn Reninger is home for a few day's vacation. I Mrs. Ira Bartges had her first i after several weeks visit here. Kenneth Weeks left yesterday for a visit with his aunt, Mrs. Anna McFarland at Hollidaysburg. ENTERTAINS FRIENDS IN HONOR OF BRIDE TO BE RENOVO—Mrs. Cameron Edwards entertained a number of; her friends at her home in the Masonic Temple last evening in honor of a coming bride. Miss Lola Welsh of North Bend who will be-1 come the bride of Captain Robert 1 Wallace next week. I The guest of honor was the recipient of several beautiful gifts. The evening was spent in playing contract bridge. The Zambezi is the largest river of Africa entering the * " Ocean. Indian' .1 DANCE TONIGHT AT RIVERVIEW INN HYNEK, PA. Dance Every Wednesday Night GOOD MUSIC JOE (TUBBY) CONTI REAL FGRESGN STAMPS COLORING-EN GARDEN ^* Last Showing Today • _ "THEWKHf. Tonnrsmmtt' Two 1V Big Hits 'WtBWBAC. | MONDAY - TUESDAYT WEDNESDAY e he boiKC in the glory of his conqutth his wife's soul cried out in anguish! with President H. B. De Armerit in charge. Mrs. D. L. Welch spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. John Shay, at Renovo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myer, Miss Mable Humes and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keagle, Easton, were week- The vacated portion of the Purdy Grace Hunter and "will open a | end TuestT of M,7 Kate'w'ebeT f r a e mn e v nC of lS Wmf S P?" ^ l >? e k airy St ° re t0day ' The r °°<" has Re^Morr^nriXVnhn^f; family of William Rhine who been equipped with all modern moved from the Oscar McGhee conveniences and made quite at- property on Locust Street. i'ractive OmbroiJer PATTERN 5167 Zinnias—those brilliant multi-colored flowers that brighten our gardens m late Summer. Catch their beauty with your needle and embroider these graceful sprays. They're lovely done in wool rope silk or six-strand cotton. And you can use a shaded thread or different shades of one color in each flower. Your tea-cloth will be zav if you dress it in a cloth spattered with these zinnias, or make a buffet set—a scarf—a pillow. Oh, there are many uses for these colorful a v i5 . pat , tern , 5167 y° u will find a transfer pattern of two sprays 8 x 12 inches, two sprays 5x8 inches and four sprays 2x3 inches- a color chart; illustration of all stitcnes needed; suggestions and material requirements for a. variety of linens. "fefc"«ons ana ma, 'To obtain these patterns send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin nrp ferred) to The Express, Household Arts Dept., Lock Haven? Pa? future? ^1 ii».i.i.ijie \JL LIU- i tan tuiu oaiiif • , . • <-. , ...^.t Association was held in the High i f^it" ,'JSi " ay '._ Sh ,° hopc5 ! School building Thursday evening' • Special Sunday Dinner ...... _______ _ Roast Turkey . trlP " the near l ! With Complete Dinne/ ! Glenn Adams is employed as timekeeper of the road work be-! i tween Salona and Loeanton i \ - — and Loganton. > i Hugh Wolfe was a visitor at Lee I * Snyder's this week. * Mrs. Lee Snyder, who has been, , ill for some time, was able to at- ' tend church Sunda " 70c IJSugar Bowl Rev. Morris and Wilbur Hall attended the supper conference of evangelism at the Methodist Church at Bellefonte Monday evening. Rally Day services will be held in the Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday morning. Mrs. Charles Wetzcl of Bellefonte is spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Wensel. The ladies of the P. O. S. of A. celebrated their 25th anniversary last Wednesday evening in the lodge hall. Music was furnished by an orchestra. The annual School Fair will tie held Friday, Oct. 11. The following contests are scheduled: 10 a. m.—Howard Grammar vs. Mount Eagle. 11 a. m., football — Howard Grammar vs. Blanchard Grammar. 11 a. m., girls—Howard Township : vs. Marion Township. 1.15 p. m., baseball—Howard Township vs. Marion Township. I 2 p. m., volley ball—Howard: High School girls vs. Hublersbugr : girls' team. : 3 p. m., football—Howard High School vs. Lock Haven High. Prizes will be awarded to the schools having the best displays. Lunch will be on sale by the Sen- ; ior Class. j SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER AT HERLOCHER'S 50c FULL COURSE TURKEY DINNER (Fresh Clinton County Turkeys) CHOICE OF FIVE OTHER DINNERS All Fresh Vegetables Dchcious Dolly Madison Ice Cream or Fruit Pies for Dessert COMPLETE LINEN SERVICE-Tea Room Only MARTIN TODAY—LAST TIMES BURNS and ALLEN "Here Comes Cookie" Tom Mix in "Miracle Rider" MONDAY AND TUESDAY Thrilling Drama! Dangerous Romance! LEW AY RES MAE CLARKE PfiBL KELLY _, WLLIAM SOME WOMEN IIKE THEIR MEN BAD! But this lovely girl took a bad man and made him settledown —after he settled up a few old scores with his rival! — IX _ Mrs. Roy Burlew and son, Roy, Jr., left Wednesday for their home in Owensboro, Ky., after visiting Mrs. D. M. Burlew in Blanchard for two weeks. The class of ladies in the Prcs- ayterian Sunday School, taught by 'ill's. Harry Farwell, will serve a Penny Supper in the social rooms of the church Wednesday, beginning at 4.30 p. m. Zimmerman Bros. Will Be Closed On Account of Jewish Holiday All Day Monday Reopening at 6.30 That Evening ' SJmwinr "BROADWAY MELODY OF 1936" Jack Benny - Eleanor P^,,,, KobeHTHhr MOW. HE

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