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   Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - December 24, 1928, Altoona, Pennsylvania                                ALTOONA DECEMBER 24, 1928 21 public, school .bought .a record number of -Christmas v seals. The schools, under, the direction of Mrs. R. R. Whittaker, to .the BJair County Tuberculosis Hoclety The sale, at the High school totaled j Junior High, and elementary -.The junior class of the High .school led, buying worth of seals; room 1 of the elementary grades, taught by Miss Metz was.'the highest of the grades, buying The. following is the amount by schools: Seniors, Mr. Sny- der'a room, juniors, Miss Bucher, sophomores, Miss Kauffmo.il, freshmen, Miss Pattersan, 54.63; grade Shelly, grade 7, Mrs. Henderson, room 8, Mr. Hoi- singer, room 7, Miss Hoover, room 6, Miss Brenneman, room 5, Miss Petterson, room 4, Miss Ijang, room 3, Miss Moun- tain, room 2, Miss Brenneman, room 1, Miss Metz, .This is a splendid report coming from our schools. Mrs. Karl Stake and son. Harold have returned! to their.home at Sax> ton, after spending some'time at the home of the former's mother Mrs Margaret Mogle, because of'the lat ter's illness. The following program was rendered on Thursday evening, at the church at the monthly meeting of class No' 10 of the, Lutheran Sunday school meeting was the one. that thej (tied their "rainy day bags." A sum -was received .through this Mrs. Hairy B. Gosnell was in ,_.r-ire and prayer was made by Walter Eastep; singing, "Seeking for Me" ainging, "It Came Upon a Midnigh. readlhg, ".Christmas" bj Carrie Ross; duet, "The Broken Pin- ion1' by Mrs. Annie' Closson and Mrs, Merlie Straitiff; reading, "A Christ- maa W. L. Gosnell; duet, "The Star of Mrs. H. B, Gosnell and Mrs.' Merlie Straitiff; reading, "On Earth Peace Good Will Toward Mrs. Mrs..Ed Garner; collection, "Rainy Day -plane music, L. G'osnell; business "Joy, to the and the meeting closed by praying the Lord's prayer, after which a social'hour was enjoyed. Those present were Mr. ant Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs Walter George'Gi'easer Mrs. Warren Gosnell, Mrs. Annie Closson, Mrs. Merlie Straitiff. Mrs, David Snare; Mrs.1 W. M. Wagner, Mrs. Andrew Galley, Mrs. Ed. Garner Mrs. Harry Gosnell, Misses Carr'it Ross and Anna Hoover. Kenneth Isenberg, son of Scott Isen- berg of .Catharine township, is ablt to be out again after having an at- tack of grippe. Fred Robeson, who was. hurt in an automobile accident at Clappertown on Sunday, and who' has been a patient at the Mercy- hospital, Altoona, re turned, to his home in Robeson ex tension Friday and is' recuperatinj nicely. .Frank. Clapper fa .confined to' hi home East Third by sickness. Mrs. Clarence White of West street is visiting her sister Mrs. Johi Kingmah in Akron, O., who ia very Ick suffering from flu. Some people the towiv misunder stood the-following sentence that ap .peared in the item concerning Thomai Riley having celebrated his eighty sixth The item, appeared in Tuesday evening-Dec. 3S. "Ho (mean irig Mr, Rilcy) is the oldest living mai born. In the town." We have a num ber. of old residents of WiUiamsburg one man, W. W. Smith of West Second who, is a couple months .Mr Rfley'a senior, bur tie wfis'not born'in Williamsburg. He was born in Bos ton.' Lloyd Gibboney is'able to be ou again after being confined to hi home, on East Third street by sick ness. Edwards-Rhodes. Saturday'afternoon, Dec. 16, at 2.3 o'clock, Elwood Wilmer Edwards ant Hannah Martha Rhodes, both or Clap pertown, .were united in the .holy bond of matrimony at the Lutheran parson ago on Plum street, by the pastor Rev. V. D. Naugle. The ceremony was witnessed by Mrs: Harry Lower and'MJsa Florence Edwards, relative of tho young couple. They will resid In Clappertown, where they have t host of friends who wish .them wcl on their adventure in life. fcANANSTATION 'The following pupils of the Canai Station grammar grade wcru presun every day the past month: Glady Akcra, Charlotte Lillian Davis Gladys Gosnoll, Erma Spitz, Zelm Wilt, Louise Wilt, Harriet Akcrs Elmer Burkhart, David Co'lebaugh Donald Davis, Cecil Lynn, Samue Neff; jr., John Neff, Ray Specht, By ron Walters, Harry Walters, Home Wilt, Norman Wilt. These pupils of the primary room o the Canan Station school attcnde every day the past month: Lawrenc Tregonlng1, Russell WiU, Albert BurJ hart, Hazel Junior Flaherty Ray Feathers, Louise Lloyd, Dor Wilt, George Flaherty, Ralph Spitz Elwood Alters. BEAVERTOWN Mrs, Oscar Fouse were Sun- iy visitors at the home Jacob codemus and family of.Woodbury. Mrs. Elsie Sorrlck spent Tuesday id Wednesday at the home of Mr. d Mrs. Sanford Rhodes and family Piney Creek. Mr. and Mrs. R, F. Henry and fairi- y were shopping in Altoona, Satur- ay. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Russell and fam- y spent Saturday -evening at the. ome of Mr. "and Mrs. Henry Russell Woodbury. _ Mr. and Mrs. George Swartz called aturday evening at the home of Mr, nd Mrs. William Obeuour. Earl Daughenbaugh and daughters ae and7Vivian, accompanied by Miss eiilah Smith and Mrs. Elsie Smales lent Saturday in Altoona. Miss Dorothy Royer spent the lat- r part of last week in: Roaring )Hng, A surprise party was held Thursday vening in honor of Jennie Haft- y, who spends the winter imonths Ith her daughter and son-fn-law, r. and Mrs. Chalmer Cunningham oC uniata. Her neighbors gathered to ish her a pleasant sojourn at her inter home. The evening was pleas- ntly spent and at a late hour reffesh- ents were served, consisting of.'sand- Iches, pickles, souse, cake, fruit alad, candy, and coffee. Those, pres- nt were Mrs. L.evi Ltnlnger, Mrs. Jo- eph Detwiler, Mrs. Levi Acker, Mrs. 5arl Daughenbaugh and Daughters Vivian and Jane; Mrs. Newton oyer, Mrs. George Swai'tz, Mrs, Wil- im Paul1 and daughters Mabel and Miss Beulah Smith and Miss orothy Royer, Mr. and Mrs, 'Miles Beck of Ro- helle, 111., and son Roy of Juniata, nd Clifford .Beck of Altoona called aturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. Acker. Mr.'and Mrs. William Donnelly..and aiighter Oletha and son George of R. .D., called Sunday vening at the home of Mrs. Dora .oyer of Shellytown. rOther visitors uring- the week were Mrs. Roy Eastep Mrs. Sara Shelly, Miss Mamie Shelly! Irs. Bowser and Verna Fornawalt; Misses Dorothy and Margaret Baker, lembers of: the Juniata college stu- ent body, spent Friday visiting a he Morrison Cove Vocational school. One coat of Bcrrycraft brings old furniture down from the attic and into. the parlor. S. M. GRIFFITH CO. 90S Green Ave. p.oo WillJSit her a Rod Pox-j-': jcclc piece. Aaron's Fur Shop 1326 12th Aye., Dial 5355 A Moth Is Small But oh! what It can da to Furniture! DIAL 4045 MOTHATORIUM Too Win Like tho New Hot Point Range J. E. Heaps Electric Co. 1001 Chcstnnt Ave. Phono 2-1023 DIAMOND IMPORTERS JEWELERS OPTICIANS ias evening At 0 30 o'clock. Hymn, ongnsgatlony "Merry Christ- mas .Keith O'Neal, Christ- mas plcturei @arah Elizabeth Cleven- er; recitation, Elmer Eyler, jr.( solo, Button; exercise, ''Get Into The Pauline Ensley, Phyllis Blchel- Shaffer, Hazel Zembow- r, Florence Snyderj "Daddy's Fres- Donald Shaffer; "The Catherine Leach; Helen Hershherger; collection; play, "The rirlBtmas portrays the houi- f Christmas, ove; first hour, Little Tot's Christmas Eve; second hour, Primming the Tree; third hour car- orers; fourth hour, "The Ufth ionr, "The Angels' sixth hour, 'Silent Holy Night." EVERETT On Friday; the Shriners of this pla'ci laddened many a little heart witb ieir -kindness by serving a sumptu us turkey dinner 'at the Royal Cafe Eighty-two children were given a rea urkey dinner 'with dessert, .and 19 ne-half pint bottles of milk.was serv d. After' the dinner a nice presen nd a bag of candy was given to eacl hiia.- The Church of the Brethren-Sunday chool will hold their Christmas, serv ces on Wednesday evening 26 vhen they will .render "The Grea Jessiah" a sacred pageant of the birth f Christ.. A ladies' chorus will sing lie pageant following ompose the'chorus: Sarah i.''oor, Mrs I. W. Simmons, Mrs. D.avid, Urallier Irs. Frank Leonard, Mrs. 13manue Sarkman, Ruth Anna Simmons, Amy Diehl, Mrs, Ross Mrs. Nath .hiel Stiffler, Mrs. Perry Harcferode L chorus will r'ender a num jer "The Prince, of Peace.' ?he following children will participate Treda Mountain, Evelyn Perrin, Dor othy Smith, Marietta Dlchen, Lucill 3rallier, Laverne Brallier, Glady Jnyder, Florence, Phoebe Smyers lira Simmons, Elva Burket, Fredt Conner, Betty Hershberger and Louis Bond. The dialogue parts of the pa ;eant will be given as follows: Reader lev.. E. M. Detwiler; the shepherds Hershbreger, Perry. Harclerode H. W.-Simmons, John May'; the Magi L. Chester England, William Dillin and George Foor; recitation, "Thre Victoria Sollenbergor he speakers: Nina Wareham, Sylvl decker, Katherlne Decker, taildre jnyder, Helen Whetstone; a heral( Paul England; Simeon, T, L. Perrin Mildred king's messenger, John Meshcck John Drenning; Havllak, Donald Stiff er; Jockton, Willis Snyder; Mfzriam Varren Simmons. The services wi start at 7.45 p. .m. The Christmas exercises of the Jtetl: odist church will be held on- Christ SOUTH ALTOONA Mr. arid Mrs. Harry Pheasant and amily of 4029 Fifth avenue arc spend- ng several, days with Mrs. Pheasant's parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Jones in Dim- larisville. Mr. and Mrs. George Deeter and daughter Geraldine of 3936 Fifth ave- nue motored where they spent the -week-end with relatives, Misses pvelyn and Florence Peach- nan were Thursday evening guests at the home of Miss Alice Button, 422 Fortieth street Frank Green, of 3618 Fifth avenue motored to Johnstown where he spent Thursday. Miss Margaret Harclerode has gone to Flint, Mich., where she will spend several, days., Edwin -Davis has returned to his home after, spending several days in Wilmington, Del. Mr. .arid Mrs; .Charles Trod and Charles Helton, "motored to Bellefonte where 'they.. spent Friday evening. Fred Skippia was in' Norristown where he spent several days last week. Thomas. Rollnson- was in Greensburg where he spent several days with his parents. .Herbert Bteele of 4011 Fifth avenue was injBverett where he. spent Fri- day Mrs. H. M. Overly and granddaugli- ,er Louise Clawson were ip Bellefonte where they spent Saturday, Sainuel DeGulus of 109 FortiCtll itreet ,was a Saturday evening visitor n Johnstown. Mrs, WUliird Pensyl of 3fl52 Fifth ivenue -spent Thursday with Mr. and tfrs. R. E; Detwiler in Alloonu. John Shaher and A'rthur Fowler of 4037 Fifth avenue motored to .Punx- sutaivney where they spent Friday. Turchetta was iii Pittsburgh, where' he spent Thursday, Miss Jean Norris of 4022 Fourth ave- nue has- gone to Williamsbuil? where she will spend several days with rel- atives. Miss Alpharetta Steele of 4011 Fifth avenUe is spending several days in Cleveland. Miss Jean Lowder, a student at Wyoming- seminary, WiUiamsport, is spending the Christmas vacation at :he home of her mother, Mrs. E. L.. Lowder at 3GuO .Sixth avenue. Miss Lrouise McGarvey of 3944 Fifth avenue Is confined to her home by ill- ness. Qaye H Delivered To Font Dome A FITTING EXCUSK. (Portland Oregonian.) It is getting to the point where when a man wants to cast the ne plus ultra of discredit' on an idea he at- tributes it to a "savant." PAGEANT AND CANTATA ABE GREATLY ENJOYED An audience which filled the church was delighted with a pageant and. a cantata which formed the evening service at the Broad Avenue Methpdlflt church last evening in observance of the Christmas -season. The pageant'Was rendered by the .embers of the Sunday school and.this part oC the evening's service started at, .7 o'clock. George A. Pannebackcr- was the moving spirit in the arrange- ments for the pageant and special scenery to show scenes about the site of the Nativity had been painted and the participants were costumes depict- ing tho dress of the age that the Savior was born. The pageant was rendered In a very capable mariner. At 8 o'clock the members of the choir assisted''by a number of other singers rendered1 the cantata, "Holy and this part of the program elicited much praise; The ensemble of singers were well balanced and the rendition was' up to the high standard main- tained by the choir of this congrega- tion. The singers, fourteen In all, ap- peared in vestments. George Brum- baugh was the director and Miss Faye Peters was the accompanist. AMEN LAMONT'S STYLES OF TODAY Bt A1LTCEN iLAHIOXT. Staff Correspondent. (Copyright, 1923, by Altoona Jltrror.) NEW YORK, Dec. Is- years since styles have been so simple and unostentatious, yet the frocks mUst have luxurious ness about them, too, no matter how simple. This is un- doubtedly a reflection of the times and the. prosperity of such a iVido propor- tion of the population. In general the jewels give this .touch of luxurUmsness. Dinmona Dust. Embroideries in Hashing scones on the evening dresses is still quits with- in the mode but there is a new method of applying diamond decorations. This consists of diamond dust applied with a brush by hand on the material in various artistic designs. CLOSED ALL DAY CHRISTMAS We Extend to Our Friends Sincere Greetings BROWN'S Opposite Postofnce J. W. Miller OJPTOMETBIST 713y2 Twelfth St. JTOIATA THEATBE TODAY Toil Wells Iii "THE U1UNJDEK RIDER." Also good western pic- ture, "Roaring Romance." Comedy and iXew-s. __________I TOMORROW Nurnm Talmadfe in "TUB with Jjtotih Beery and Gilbert Ro- land. Alflo chapter No. 1 of "The Vanishing Comedy and News. THEATRE ..TODAY Blue in "OXJS BOUND HOCAN" Also comedy. "Georgo Meets George." Free, one piece of china to citch lady. CHRISTMAS DAY Douglas Fairbanks In "DON q, SON Or ZOKRO" Also fables anil Grcut Event. GALA HOLIDAY PROGRAM STRAND NOW THIS WEEK SEE AND HEAR WITH LOIS STUART MOVIETONE ACCOMPANIMENT SEE AND HEAR 2V IT VODVIL ACTS INATOYSHOP" MOVIETONE ACT WE EXTEND EVERY GOOB WISH FOR A IIEK11Y CHRISTMAS. (Signed) SH-VKKKA.K BROS. A Merry Christmas 1 i and A Happy New To All DR. SHOR 1112 12th Ave. Phoiifl 2-19jfl i{ Next Door to Xincoln Trust Bunk. Come! Let's Make Whoopee at the Pirate's Den Opposite Strand Theatre Christmas Eve FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL Dancing from 9 to DON'T MISS OUR BIG CHRISTMAS DINNER, SERVED FROM 11 A. M. TO 9 P. M. A LA CARTE TO 1 A. M. DINE AND DANCE STATE A GALA HOLIDAY PROGRAM INCLUDE A SHORT VISIT TO THE STATE IN YOUR SHOPPING TOUR TODAY AND ENJOY HOLIDAY HAPPINESS REFLECTED IN THIS GLORIOUS STAGE AND SCREEN FESTIVAL! is e (Triumphant THE WHITE SISTER In This Gala Holiday Program We Extend the Season's Greetings FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS! THE "ACTS VODVIL" MYERS ARCO REVUE in "DANCERS OF THE DAY" CHARLIE AMADOR In "MAKING MOVIES" Charlie Chaplin's Double THE SCREEN- Colutnbia Pictures PIW, Belle Bennett THE 4 MARK With Singing, Comcily Dnnclnj; Now Showing Today Tomorrow Wed. FRANK FOREMAN Novely VOKI JAPS Novelty Matinee 2.15 Evening on the by V. M u r 1 o n Crawford. Direct- ed by Henry Klnjj. Produced i by Iii- sjilrnthlii l'iuturesr Inc. A Great Star in Her Finest Romance! OVERWHELMING demand of the pub- lie has brought back to the screen Lillian Gish'i finest starring triumph. Millions will thrill again to the tense dramatic moments, the spectacular thrills of flood and volcanic a love story of sweep and power and beauty never ex- celled on the screen. LILLIAN GISH A HENRY KING Production WITH RONALD COLMAN g! 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