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   Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - February 11, 1926, Altoona, Pennsylvania                                Doray and eliil Bettr and Aikna were tfuests at dinier SmxUjr tho homo of and JoMph of and Georgi Slaver and DttwOeret lnWitumi ud and Eliig Bakar aad ud EpkliUi Leri and Divid Lynn of vuited rryville t Sat it tk N Roaring riiiUd Virgil slid Lsndlg Jjyuu and Vernon Stavcr of are the proud tiarcula of girl horn The new Arrival us beazi named Mock at Fredricksburg has secured employment and Fousa of Al foona called Saturday at the home of aad Home1 family of Sunday visitors at t Shoeiihit and home oi and Peter Krye of were and Ira Wine land and Bons Galen and FosUr of and and Harvev and and Shiver aiul children Cletus of Elvin Cunningnam of Henrietta KuiMl of Peck Station visited Saturday evening at the home Katie Billing of aud Harvey Glass and ilrcn Hazel and Kuth of Frcdricks liurg spent Slindar at the home oi and William Glass of Bhriver anil sou Cletus a short timo Monday at the home of and Ira Wineland of Harvey Krye of 1redricksbiirg Monday at tho home of her iwrents and Frank Rusael of and Elmer Kitchcy spent Saturday evening ot this anil John and Lee Brumbaugh and family of Fredricksburp and Souse of this place were entertain ed fttdiuner Sunday at tho home of and Robert Among thoso from this place attend ing farmers at tho Morrison Cove Vocational school were and and Jrvin and Kobett Henry and chil and Calvin Baker nml and U Daugneii baugh ond Miss ISeulah Chester 1aisscll and RutU The pupils of tho Huston township schools were given permission by the school board to attend tho farmers in stitute at tho Morrison Cora Vocation al one Tho usual custom allowing the feacliers to take their sciinot was Ella Carver called Wednesday HHornoon nl tho homo of and Snarly Williaiusbury Russell and family moved from Woodbury o the Ttetwiler farm which SusseH re John Russell jiccompanieil liy Hefniler and Koberfc Henry were busi ness visitors in Hollidaysburg Tucs Calvin Bnrget oE Fredrick shurp was a recent visitor at tho homo of and Harry Baker of XoariuK and Bkttenbertier and Smith and children Mildred and Anna of ptoariny Spring spent Sunday evening at tbe home of and Thomas of y and Henry nnd chil fdren were recent visitors at the home i f and Auram Bnunhinan of Sunday visitors at the Iiomc of and Wiljiain laul were Sylvester Orlo Bishop and Herman Smith of Piney Levi Acker and Clarence and Harvey Iloycr of this Those who Saturday evening at tho home of nnd l Oetivilsr of Pleasant Vulley were and Dlanden Cunninghanl and1 student at the aUrtiiuburf Vocational High school is spending swnte time with her grandnotoer Alice Jaul of Mar aad Frank Troxell nnd children Aden and of were recent visitors at the home of aud Emory Miss Clara Kouse oi spent laat week at tho home of Brumbaugh of Meari Paul and Harry of Shellytown spent WedneRday noon at the home of and William and Thomai Crocker and son Kugenc and Julius Harstrom were Sunday visitors at the homo of and William A dance was held at the liome of Friday XTusic was furnished liy William assisted hy Edgar Boyd with the At alate hour refresh inonls weia 1hoee present Madalino Carl Jessie Harry David Mabel Edith Kdith Clrace Cun rosier Edward Alyerta Alice Catherine Mary ber Idella Loirs Kelson Willis Reed Hawiet Eugar Charles Oscar Thelma Bert Hazel Wil Rose Kdward MElred Rielwrd Louise Clarence Walter and William Bert and Harry and and Rufus Showalter and and and Erb visited Sim day at the homo of the latters mother Barah Acker of and George Grcasor of Wil spoilt Saturday eve ning at tbo home of and Vaul Greaser and family of Hoy Wasson of South Altoona spent tho weekend at the Jiomc tif his Ijarenta and Wnsson of and Herman Snively and daughters aud Doris of William burg were entertained at dinner Sun day at tlie Jiomo of and El me Trecso of Lloyd Ijynn and daughters Idella ainl and and David Lynn of spent Sunday at the liome of and WiHinin 1nnt nnd and Henry and cliilr dron Jyfan and Kennefii nnd and William Wchcr and sons Ralph and Floyd were Sunday visitors at the of and Elmer Tho following program will be xivcn at tho next regular meeting of Clover Creek Hrango All mem WARRIORS MARK Tie pupils of Jfaxlf High school will hold a liUraiv and an old J in the High Kbool building proewda to go for piano Mips Helen who is employed lias been off work a Jew days this uejng honied up with au attack of The supervisors of the With their snow plow and teams and of 7iien have finUlied opening tha had been closed after the heavy Coming Dance Penn Alto Hotel Sinitli and his orchestra of Stato Kaufman and Ilia Victor Recording Orches Rainbow Or Mills and liis or liern urged to Grange roll call dUcuEsion Tho Winter Season as an Aid to Agricul Samuel Hammond five ihmga the Orange siands Mil lio Allison Jrango fjuartet Luther Htaccy Hidden Bio Jtildretl iircBserfituprisa feature condueteil by Drb dotliug iollowinj program for Literary society will be rendered at tho rickshurg school friilav oveuing at oclock 4 address of Mabel Kensin Baker exer primary pupils Dar lene Brumbaugh piano Brumbaugh primarv pupils Ilinton grammar girls IJoyd Brumbaugh grammaipupils piano Kstlier and Irene Brum baugh recital Ifinton col lection editors report critics report closing The following wore visitors Sunday at the homo of ami Hluxlciand ami U and Ray Rhodes of Iincy Creek and Cnl vin Baker and son Ellis of Pleasant Herman son of and Sanford hodes of Pleasant had the misfortune of falling Saturday ami breaking Ilia arm at tho Ho is gelling as well as can bu and Fleetwood Brumbaugh artl daughters Darleno and Afarjorie of Fair Valley spent Sniulny nt the hnme f ho letters puicnts and Kdward afcompaiiied liy Fleetwood Bnimhangh and alfciuieiJ fieryiccs at Wil liamsbnrg Methodist Lfmreh CRUISES to the Mediterranean ABKUTSC 35 46 up all inclusive West Indies California 15 Fortnightly i ships in the service Florida New direct Wecldy Largest ship in the up lit Fill mrtlculmtfram or WHITE STAR tint RKD STAR LIKE PANAMA PACIFIC LINE AMERICAN LINK t Broadwi MARTDiSKURG On Saturday Charles Gorsuch K wiycil from lam Kim known as tlin Rockefeller of a Idler which tha following is a copy Church Kuia Lumper December liliiir H JXxtr the lest 01 coinpnmotitH I have v for warded hv post today i small parcel comprising of sorjiB whafi I Jinjio will tereat you OUR mnall silver this la not enameled hut very licau tWully fasliioncd with fishes nnd feth ers ono ami iippicilated liv Indies four portrait if you look care fully you will find hit lady is nude or foreign mid ChincBo sumps two seta of butter silver It it a Ion time wo lust communicated with facli other lint rcmimliciaiicc always eher yon jrusiiermts Xcw yours Liui Kim On Monday iMlisidonilda rxfitaiuciit was aroused in town when it vus dis covered Hint Russet son of Xir niul Karl on Mast Allegheny drnvlorKMl scarlalitui JRusscl is about tiiuo old anil a pupil in thu primary department niul wu3 in attendance at school im iri When tlni be known on MondaVj the schools were ordered closed ami tho was Ono other cato of the daughter of mid YVcit uf Jlie funeral of Iavid KciisingfT very liirtely nlicmlcd m Ihe irjjL tilled to The largo establishment at iliis nmler tlio nam of ami haa mutually en terrd into H dissolution to go into effect March after which limn it will he conducted nmlcr the ownership and Iliimr of HUlir Arthur ilaiU und his Martz of Imvu already entereil 11 nnd purclnstil a plan iiiM mill which tiiey arc arranK ill to ivitli modern Jiuim oi Arthur aficr intfly took up aad CUD traKinjf business in I1KHJ in uibch lie continued until On Monday tnoi Miss Huaic Brlunliaiigh received a tfdfigratn ro her to conic o at onco to her Sarah win is critically Ac eordinyly eltct and her tn mate fur Iho trip and will Altoona on tbo oclok traui on Tuesday Their stay tlicro will At pfml largely on miJitiva and he attention ike mai THEATRE TODAY Marion In OF OLD BROADWAY With Conrad Najel ami a brilliant Also Pathe PALACI THEATRE TODAY Bufilo I THtJHDEKIXG lOHAKOt First A toot comedy Billy Sullivan im NOW PLAYING ATHRatlNO DRAMA OP HEARTS AND HEROES RAMON Novarrafighti wmy CD locy and the love of the oary faarlnaHng picture of the adventurei and romance of midddprncn at Ifs Great TODAY TOMORROW SATURDAY 5 BIG KEITH VAUDEVILLE HEADONERS Son of An Egyptian Father and a Carmabalistic Mother The Human Aquarium With Weird Habits FEATURING HADJI ALI Brinks 60 to 100 of water with the eaae that you would drink 1 pint of kerosene eats 40 pecan silk NOTE ALTOONAS LEADING PHYSICIANS AND NURSES FROM N 5LErRCY HOSPITALS AND NEWSPAPER FEATURE PICTURE CHILDREN or THE WHIRLWIND Cfrvn MORGAN McCOY Bits of Boobology HAZEL COTTER A Vision on the Webbing i DAILY j I 2sc and 35c I3c A GREAT PHOTOPLAY IT WILL SWEEP YOU OFF YOUK FEET COST TO COST A Satire In Scenes By Jjck itii FROSINA holograph Accordioa Artiat ODA FRIDAY and Daily 10 to 3 DAYS ONLY LYRIC THEATKE TOUAY Gloria Swanion In MADAME SANS GENE Supported by An AllStar Universal Comedy NOW PLAYING Melodramatic Spectacle What a grind old melodrama his it With Paris Englands finest horiei in he worlds greatest aorae race prize fights Ihealre life and smart night rluba and a love story that will keep you breathlesj ttj the ytara greatMt UB tmtui littfiaf fcenrjr wta aprfant Bbor GJro Ua wot net AGREAT f CLW MWOK kj A Cruise With the Midshipman ADDED ATTRACTIONS Aesops Fables Eleanor Board Conrad Nagel Juvenile Comedy Willie STRAND NEWS ADDBD AT THE THE GUMPS CuurUay of the United Stales Ifaval Recruiting Senics Comedy LARRY SEMON In THE CLOUD HOPPER Imperial Coniedy ON THE GO DDED ON THE STAGE TONIGHT 9 LAST EUMJWATIOK CITy CHAMPIONSHIP HARMONICA CONTEST FINALS TOMORROW NIGHT Filmlands DIRECTION TODAY AND TOMORROW AND HIS MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY HEAR THE FRANKLIN FOUR KOSCELLI MASSARO WALLINGFORD Fiano Accordionist and Violinist The Sensation of Europe and America THE BEAUTIFUL The Ninth Wonder of the World AND ALL THE LATEST MUSICAL HITS Hes Puzile to Doctors and Scientists GOWNS SCENERY EFFECTS AND GIRLS he Lavish Photoplay of Lite and Thrills MATINEE TOMORROW AT ONE OCLOCK MIGHTY DRAMA of the OIL FIELDS THE FEATURE PICTURE ONE OCLOCK RAYNOR LEHR AND HIS MDSICAL COMEDY TWO OCLOCK THE FEATURp PICTURE THREE OCLOCK Whtn he can I you prove he Itulf thats in NO ADVANCE IN PRICES 16th Minneapnlh Symphony Orchestra Henri Conductor NOW 0V SALE Not a Cowboy Picture HOPE DC WineKir Wojhs BKCINHING SATURDAY NORMAN SKKAKKH In DOROTHY BOITKICHKH in a Dance Novelty SLAVES OK FASH10H   

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