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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 10, 1923, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                HUNTINGDON COUNTYS BANKS Continued From First Page Cashier E Campbell J H Lauthers J S McMatlv J Swan J C Robertson and W F Sixnonton Jimuitu College Notes A most fitting service was Uelcl Tuesday attsrmion in Chapel in jemory BrU whosedealH occurred in Johnstown week Miss Berkebile was a of the College Fresh Fin Naiona Bank of J Harvey H M am passl1 J Harvey bcolt rf in the sorrow to her clasmates and friends Rev Clyde for many years her pastor Stryker Vice President A S Little Cashier Directors H M Strykei J Elmer Young Paul H Neff H F Shipton John G Por ter and A SjLittle The First National Bank of Maplcton Bruce Yocum President M Horst D Campbell Vice President Yocum M Campbell E S Chilcotl and Myron McCIain prayer by the leader Professor First National Bank of Kemp President C E land sang a solo Then followed tri Kapitskey ancl T G Crownover Directors Thomas Kemp gory EdwarcT Hellyer and Cl I DrtlllV Ut iYlClpltluu J F Cashe 11 B Frank Godard D F McConahy L t Himes After louchiug where j i Mrs William Love of Mount UuI Our school is progressing nicely Broad Top mountiau ion was a guest last Wednesday at j with Miss Kdna Duff as teacher j The cropping was found in a gro home of Mr Joseph Drake of George Delhi one mile west of i muV liog MUTOW under a rock Mr JLong Hollow Petersburg will hold a shooting j Brode at once set to work prospect ALLENSVILLE j Mr H J Hoar Mrs Charles Huff match en his farm Saturday Januj ing with the result that one days The sad message reached and Mrs Edgar Norton of Aljary 13th at 1 p m Chickens and displayed what old miners say Monday forenoon of the death ol1 toonaand Mvs Effie Castiuc of j geese will beawarded as prizes j is pure coal only from our Daemnbnch in the hospital at Petersburg nieces of thelate John viiiagr when here to fore ten milrs Hollidaysburg w here she had been Norton at the home of j was the nearest mine patient for some time JMr Norton a day last week MILL CREEK The deceased was the youngest j c C Barger a veteran of the Mr and Mrs Harvey who have j daughter of Jacob and Catherine Civil War who has been quite ill at j resided in the South end of town for i Headings Duchenbvieh both tiethe home of his daughter Mrs H j some months have now moved to the ceased and was born at Allensville E Lutz is now much improved A PSimpson house MOUNT UNION Mr and Mrs Fred Lukens who reside in the Crum aparatment have announced the birth of a son she spent her girlhood days Another daughter Mrs Annis Adj Mj vjrs William Deiter and their first child Sunday January IAfter ine cleath of nsr Parellls ams of Mount Eagle visited him a children from Burnham visited overjth The little fellow weighed 9 went to Huntiasdon where she was couple days last week lhe Mrs Deiters par1 pounds at birth and has been nam engaged in dressmaking for a number j There will be preaching next Sunjentg Mr ancl vrrs john Swanger day both morning and eveningin the Buiaer who rc of the Lutheran Methodist Church by the pastor anist there for a R6v H S Ward and in the Presby funeral services terian Church in the evening by the n J i I i 41 jnumuei O lujitjcn Leiidii vjuuivu ill me ocuius uj me Orbiscnui National Bank of Orbisoma G W Miller President beo ieltSf tlie Dean of Women and lastly i Lutheran Church Rev Charles Welch of Mount Union v tirnt John Butner sided here many years ago spent n I few days here looking up old friends i Mrs Bebecca Bruner of Peters on Thursi bur W Hicks R D Heck Cashier I W Workman Asst by Dr L Harvey Brumbaugh Presi Cashier Directors G W Miller Geo Hicks J B Harnish E 0 dent of the College One of Miss Lawence Bakei WD0 formerly ocUes very ill at the home of her daujter ivlrsEla EtKier i i i Berkebiles favorite poems was tnat Aitvo rivao niooomir Timo Rlllis Bousum who ed George Frederick Jr Mother and child are doing finely Mvs Lukens previous to her marriage was Miss Jeanette Kiel The Womens Auxilliavy Society of the Presbyterian Church were Mrs Mary A Sanderland contin r siient Christmas with her sis entcrtailied at the Manse on Monday j evening by Rev ami Mrs D S Heck C J Hess Miles A Cornelius H A Starr Paul Jones W M Chil coat ani J Ross Griffith Berkebiles favorite poems was that Porter jyetzs tenant house ghter Mrs James Glasgow in Little Ellis Bousum who for some time I curry After the regular raeetiig E TO SONG WRITER lof Tennysons Crossing the Barr j Burnham where he has Green Briar Although she canjnas been employed by the Ponnsylva1 a S0cial hcur Was enjoyed and Mrs for she truly has crossed the secined a position He will move hisj sometimes take a Railroad Company is now work1 Curry served dalnty refreshments 7 w T IA mixed quartet then ang very to ItHere is no hope ofher recovery and ing in Lewistown to all who attended niwu AI XTjohf fVicnp AftAr i The rtjjdon Play HolUdaysbujg Huntingdon High School pressively No Night There After First Page i J spect ings vmd the fact that what music dribblers will meet the strong he lidaysburg High School dribblers in concerned chiefly the colored race j the College gymnasium this j Lifras work well don6j At 14 he gave the first evidence of at crown well won musical genius in his composition Mrs Christ Roth was pleasantly Mrs Sunderland in Christian pati evening when number of people gathered to helpis her celebrate her birthday The party Mrs Laura B Kane of PranksNatives in Altoona was planned by her daughter Gladys town visited Sunday at the Charles i Mr and Mrs and Mrs Catherine Zook and was a j Kane home in town and at the James and little son spent some time re Mrs Bonnie Goodman and son a Jence awaits the end which she knows Roilo have returned home after i spending the holiday season with re Clarence Gardner A good game can be expected as i of the for j you all know the kind of cage four flutes At Jhj first renditixn that are P reduced at of this number he played the prini Blair County seat The Hollidays cipal fliue part himself He hacT also play the flageolet j with The Second Coming of Christ decided success The evening was pleasantly spent music having been one ot the arnusje Glasgow home in the township ubject discussed in Thoge whQ were preserjt are be the first house and pis no while at Athens lie been piiiyed the clarinet in the Towanlai This band In at the Jige of 16 he j for tire tcssers since the published first song i Cnristitiffi holidays Coach Evori Blair Countv eat The Hollidays was U1L UUJC ments Those who were present are burg tr cones here this evenmg s meeting ot the M Ml aml Mrs Urie with a Veteran tem They have teer Band lead by Gry Mr ancl Mrs John Smucker Mr and a Aetcin subject from the doctrm d s E H been traveling in fast company I J n vrMis Lew EHi AH and Jin L CHARTER OAK Among those who attended KISTLER Rev Bowman Cassville preached in Kistler Hal Sunday evening Seventythree scholars were pre seift at the lust session of the Union cently visiting Mrs Gardners parj Sabbath School ents Mr ancl Mrs William Ritter j program for the week in Kistler John Rutherford of Altoona is aHall is as follows the visitor at the home of his brother George Rutherford Kistler viewpoint was discussed by Amelia Yonson The importance of Ppbecca Pa Mrs L Rebecca fch n s L Zookf Nanni6 Wednesday evening Society Meeting J Thursday evenin NEWBERG Ball practice James Stapleton has a radio out Friday evening Lecture 30 Basket song i holiday coach Jio Thy Shortly after ard has lnsqumct well oiled the scriptures refer to it this he went to Cincinnati where he j they are fine They expect became for his brother j to romp avay with the scalp ot uie Morrison Durng this period his j Hollidaysburg team thisdoctrine to His believers tester Melvin David Leroy shooting match at State College Saturday Dr Miller Grower j Knode P S Ligatner Elandis Lightner and R J Last Saturday evening a number i fit installed at his lesidence in IliijPictures I of young people gathered at the nois Valtey j Sunday aftevnoon Sunday We are verv fortunate to secure School and Ethel Zook Jacob and Isaiaa hbme Qf Mary Bcchonhlirst k t t J C f if I 11VAU t U1 iTl CIJV LU fine They expect hl the Scriptures refei to it Klliav Louie and Mary Zook Frank h celebrateher birthday an the services of Mr Leaper of Hunti A niinTfOr fi PIAn VPlV IIPJIH 1 A I his artistic temperament led him into the field of painting and a study oZ Tonight there is vott cannot say that j Miss Marion Cleveland then spoke no to gc because of thesubject from the standpoint and Irona Wilson and Alpheus Smucker njversaiT the languages His bent however there is you can come to the gym of its promises and exhortation As Christian volunteers we must be The evening was spent ingdan asthe operator of our creamj Announcement aud in sooial fconieiy he comes to us very highly rei We wish to announce to our ens hour refresh commended having been the operator j tomers find residents within our ter lof tb2 Petersburg creamery for some ritory that the new issue of prefer playing games Christ Roth has sold his Ford car versatiom Al a ate and has purchased a new Studebak ments were served jer Mr and Mrs LIcyd Ewing and was music ad several composij nasium and spend from an hour to Mr Mollie Goss of White Hall Mr and Mrs William Frnks cali tious Hio rrciiited to Ms pen an hour and one half thus putting reacy be tound last Sunday with her mother ed on their parents Mr and Mrs Calvin called at the home of the for scribers for the confidence they have From thisto 1S4S he composed J in your time The players also need arejrymg denyjhe Anna Baker Franks at Greenwood Furnace Mr andMrs J Y Peachey Menj William McAlevy a studftnr at ence shares has been exhausted and Clair Baker and Selvia Ho tick of express our appreciation to the sub Ned and I your pesence in songs which have i scalp to their belt fame Oh j and 15 cents Susai ja several oilier since brought him Susanna was the first song pLr iorniSd io It was given by Traveling minstrel trcupe in Pittsburgh and was received with enthusiastic acclaim So pleaded was Foster with this success that he resolved to confine himself to this style ofcomposition Between order to hang this j Wliiy of His Admission 25 Personal Km but since Scripture no H Yoder Israel Yoder Miss ihas predominance over men we areAgnes Huey and Jonas M youer Lineup bound to believe what the BOOK a lrip to Lewistown CozzensC i says Pauls words in Second Tim othy 2 S are especially worthy of F i last i Albert Yohn and Chester Himes remembering and keeping deep injhavebeen working at Burnham for GREENBURG HAS BIG FIRE By United Press Greensburg January bers of five families were driven our hearts i several weeks lisc of Cuustiy for Trial First Week 1st jVIonday of Fob tliis and 1854 the year of his from their homes early loaay by 5th dav riage he Ijad written several songs j which destroyed four buildings in which given him some recogni tion as a composer At the age of 2S he married Jennie McDbvell the daughter of a Pittsburgh physician The union Jesse Mills vs County of Hunting i Donahue Station three miles East don Thomas G Crownover vs The The fire started in the rear of a JKeurock Coal Co et al Geo W Bales vs Paul Heffuer Frank W Viscount vs George stable owned by Angelo Rosa The blaze fanned by a high wind spread io be a happy one He rapidly and did damage estimated at Mrs Annie Smih and son Chester have been quite ill with pneumonia at the home of the formers sister State College spent the week with his father and sisters Three eases of typhoid fever Manor Hill have been reported our health ofticeT D J Kyle Porter Lightner caught two foxes recently Miss Anna Kline of Pine Grove called on old friends Friday Mrs Enos Ross is visiting mers parents on Sunday J displayed in investing in our sectiri On Saturday January 13 the An ties end uual oyster supper of grangers i Mary are disappointment but wil I have an opportunity to subscribe to issues as growing Public be htld in the Grange Hall ut Dolly Baker entertained over the to weekend her friend Miss Shippey a j Utilities are constantly needing new teacher of Bedford County On Sat capital for development fifttire I Ti Miss Mary Himes Miss Himes be State College came ill Sunday night and is now The many friends Mrsr Edward i Edna We regret very much our inability to fill all orders and bank everyone for the interest they displayed in issisting in our development PEXX CENTRAL LIGHT POWER CO Kali of Kntriken died in JH Shearer urday evening they motored to Wood va3 where they paid a visit to Miss Mona Baker Mr am Mrs B T Baker received word on Monday morning ot the I decUi of granddaughter MMiss confined to her bed Mrs Laura Duff will oe pleased to learn that the Altoona Hospital of j Bordell is caring for the patients i she is recovering from her recent Quito a bit of cxcitnunt was man Gen Svpt Skds and sleighs are again in use i neethe recent snowfall Wayne Bordell who had recover ed from an attack of lumbago and illness ifested last by the report that j To make this a prosperous year There will be ciuite a lot of movj Marshall Swopt of Broad Top a pros you must save money so take ad ing in cur vicinity this spring jpector and coal miner found what he i vantage of our big reductions in Among those who will move are declares is a cropping of coal on land i coats and dresses STEVERS had by this time attained success as u composer He adored his parents and was devoted to wife But like Burns the recogni tion of his genius and the success which followed led to dissipation j the result 04 which was an estrange ment from his wifeand cnly daugh ter 20000 Thirty children who driven from their homes before they j were able to secure clothing suf ired severely from the cold BUILDING RECORDS BROKEN By United Press Philadelphia January He continued his writing and former buiiding records were brok per mits were issued at an estimated cost of according to the Bureau of Building inspection More than forty per cent of the i llson in 1S5U went to New York where en during 1922 when 225SS he tool quarters at a small hotel Most liis lime however he spent j at a Krucfry where in the dreary roar room he would sit and drenn of the family from which he had building during the year consisted become esLraagecl It was in this of jweiling and tenement houses roam in tne sordid environment A tota of 9561 permits were issu cf a dismal chamber that he wrote ed for buildiug dwellings most of theieongs the world loves to j cost of hear wrote in all 165 songs in different sryles his last bein Beautiful Creamer published in j 1S64 These upon which his fame Physicians had given my siste rests are of thpathetic type the I Annie E Wike vs Kate Archey R C Gracey vs The Huntingdon Broad Top Mountain Railroad Co Ira F Neil and Nettie Neil vs Ad I olph Neissner Charles Streightiff vs A M Ken singer Mary M Ellis vs D W Gregory et al Sheridan Clark vs Ensue B Sny der et al Minnie T Jacobs vs H Sheridan hiy 112th wag abje to assist in Peacheys black James McCocl Mr ONeal Elmer belonging to George E Brode in Tro FASHION SHOP Westbrooks Ar a Isabella Nichol vs James Nicliol et ROBERT C APPLEBY Prothonotary come no douit gentle sen sitive nature pnd troubled life We coul Won the Modal of Honor Private Gaffney pushing forward alone with his sev eral Germans placing a heavy ma i chine the to die they wanted to operate for gunbombed sereral stones but she was too weak and 1 GLAD SISTER ESCAPED OPERATION talk in whispers I got her dugontsknied four more with his the position get this picture in his Old Folks a bottle of Mayrs Wonderful Remedy Thatg jugt Qnc Qf at Home A move tender song of hbme and its memories has never been vritlen It is Americas greatest fclkEpnr for in it words and music are so charmingly wad ded in meaning arid spirit as to grip the soul of thmasses said that folkmusii must be and about and walked a mile to church in 3 weeks she was able to get teles in Major Geu Ulrilling true QR Story It is a simple harmless preparation iv lot the 2ith Division published for bj the first time in any newspaper in that removes the catarrhal from the mucus tho inflammation intestinal tract and allays L the New A ork W 01 Id beginning Sun rnation winch causes pracu 14 f bvn cf pain ands6rrow Fosters music It is I ctllly a1 stomach liver and intestiani ailments including appendicitis One dose will convince or money refum I day Jan 14 It will continue for a smith shop suffered a relapse ami i Pressler and Chester Lightner is again confined to his home Quite a fsw of our people are fering with severe colds at this writ ing Hoy Grove who is employed in Al toona is home on account of illness Stephen Yoder has been ill at the home of his father Samuel K Yoder near the county line Owing to the rush in the new store during the booster days Miss Lena Zook has been added to the forceof clerks and is staying at the Lock wood home M B Allison of Altoona was a Sunday visitor at the home of his mother on Water street William Wagner and family were entcitained at the home of the for mers parents in Yeagerstown Sun day Howard Yoder resigned his posi tion in the Yiscoe plant on account of weak and is now employed in the condeinsary at Belleville William Wagner sold a Maxwell louring car to Uriel S Zook a few days ago Mr and Mrs Joshua H Peachey Eli Yoder Aaron and Chester Yoder spent Monday at the Simon Peachey i home in Belleville ugh Creek Valley bordering the cade STANDARD O F THE WORLD gives proof of this The nation jorl of I recognizes him as the founder Ainericau because he i was the first to write music that i implanted the people have the chief place in every com munity musicale in trie country Foster died as the result of an accident in Bellevue Hospital New The first XOTICE triennial account month daily and Sunday and will j Mr and Mrs J E Bordell re I include a Special Honor Roll Supplej turned Friday from a few clays visit j in Wiliamsbiirg where they were J ruests at the home of George Allison and family msnt ro be issued later AUeglieuy where lie in the hearts of j Raafi McDonald guardian of Mar His melodies today jgaret McDonald a feeble minded Court of Common Pleas of Hunt ingdon County on the 5th day January 1923 will be allowed by said Court on 7th day of Febru ary 1923 unless cause be shown why the said account should not be allowed York City 6ii January 13 1864 simple stone marks his grave A in Pittsburgh buried by the side cf his mother A morft enduring irscinorial however is the has erected in the the people ROBERT C APPLEBY 1104tw Phothonotary iio4tw NOTICE i The first and final account of i William Wallace Chisolm Receiver i the Midlothian Ccal Company a Corporation having been filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon County on the 5th day of January 1023 will be allowed by said Court on the 7th day of Febru ary li23 unless canse be shown why the said account Should not be allowed ROBERT C APPLEBY Phothcnotary NEWTON KAMTLTON Mrs William Douglass and dau ghter Airs William Glasgow visited Coats Skirts Dress and Sweaters STEVERS Frank Westbrooks 1230tt Baked Ham Supper There will be a baited ham sup per at the Fifteenth street Metho dist Episcopal Church Thursday j our prices and our before purchasing coat arc very evening January 18 1922 from 5 to S oclock p m Prtee seventy five ceuts SPECIAL SALE of 2500 Govern ment window sash direct ffom a Southern IT S Government Camp Size of sash 34 inches square eacli i sash contain six lights or glass laid inputty all in first class condition land ready for tise Youll have to quick to get in oh these sash at WANTED To buy a house of not the rediculous low price of more than six or seven rooms cinire VX THE DAILY NEWS STYLE SHOP 15tt Ineach Special prices on quantity lots PAUL C RUNKLE US E a ciiy in Harrisburg recently At the Presbyterian Sunday School at the last session there were 2S present and the offering was and the attendance at the Methodist Sunday School was 120 andthe offering making a total attendance and collection for theSunday Schools of 14S and Mrs Amanda Temple fell about three ago and injured herself butdid not think the injury serious A few days ago a decided soreness developed in her hip bone and since then he lias been under the care of Dr Campbell of Mount Union Miss Dorothy Shaver is visiting at the home of her sister in Phila delphia K S Klippert of Hyde visited on j New Years Day at the homei of his ype 61 owners cio not exaggerate when they say that in December they experience the same ready and depend able performance that they enjoyed tinder mild weather conditions in June Martin Myers Motor Co Huntingdon Pa street Lewistown Pa 110St sister Mrs W H Douglas S T A N R D O F THE WORLD   

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