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   Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1957, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                THE DAILY NEWS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION SATURDAY MAY 1M7 DUBLIN MILLS Mrs Erman Knepper Mrs Joel Knepper Mrs GJenn Moseby Mr and Mrs Brinton Wright Mrs Thurman Clark and Rufus Miller atlended the funeral of their aunt Mrs Minnie Miller at Belhvood on Wednesday Mr and Mrs Brown Miller called at the home on Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Jerre Knepper Mrs Margaret Landers and l2d gar Souders recently called on a brother of Mrs Knepper Ches ter Truax and wife at Wells Tan nery The Rev Mr Swayne a former pastor of the Center Methodist Church was greeting friends at the festival last Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Robert Knepper and children visited Mr and Mrs John Knepper on Sunday after noon Mr and Mrs John Lamont and son of Valley Forge attended the wedding of their neice Delores Knepper to James Purnell which was performed recently Cen ter Church Mr and Mrs Gerald Vohti and daughter of Shade Gap called at the home of Mrs Yohns father Jerre Knepper on Sunday evening Mrs Martin Woy andbaby son of Everett visited last weekend at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Jesse McClain Mr and Mrs Edwin Greenland of Three Springs visited on Sun day at the home of the latters parents Mr and Mrs Carl Runk Mr and Mrs Blair McClain and baby of Breezewood attended church services at Center on Sun WEIS MARKETS lib Washington Streets FT nil tin gd on 112 Shirley Mount Union day and then visited relatives Jerre Knepper Robert Winegard ner and Edgar Souders last Satur day visited Glenn Miller at Clear Ridge Mr and Mrs Buhl Roher visited their daughters in McConnellsburg one evening recently Mr and Mrs Sheldon Miller and four sons of Lewistown visited Sunday at the home of Mr Mil lers mother and uncle Emma and Frank Miller Mr and Mrs Raymond Black of Juniata spent Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs Buhl Roher Other recent visitors at the Roher home were Mr and Mrs Albert Heeter of New Grenada and Mrs Rudy Vores Bobbi Lee and Lori Lyrine of McConnellsburg Miss Helen Mills who is employ ed in Harrisburg spent the week end visiting her mother Mrs Syl va Mills Mr and Mrs Carl Stevens and son of jreencastle attended the festival at Center last Saturday evening and visited Mr Stevens parents Mr and Mrs Homer Stev ens Mr and Mrs Lyle Moseby anc son visited Mr and Mrs Robert Knepper on Sunday evening Hussell Gracey and sister Mrs Nellie Yeager of Mount Union were greeting friends at the festi val Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Paul Witter o Pittsburgh Mrs Hester Keith o Lewistown and Mr and Mrs D K Allovvay of Hustontown were a the festival Mr and Mrs Edgar Parks o Newton Hamilton attended the fes tival at Center Mrs Parks was a former resident of this vicinity Mr and Mrs Buhl Roher callet j Sunday evening at the home o the latters uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs D K Alloway at Huston town fortunate the boi doesnt talk about other people as he does about himself Combination STORM WINDOWS Installed F Glenn WesHbrook Phone tor free estimate Home 2485 Oflice 2388 Huntingdon Use The Daily News Want Ads All Legion Auxiliary Members who wish to ride in Memo rial Day Parade Phone 983R at once SPRING MT VALLEY The Truth Seekers Class of the Church of the Brethren held its Secret Pal party recently in the Bald Eagle Grange Hall A deli cious full course turkey dinner was served to 35 members and iuests by the ladies of the Bald 3agle Church Following the din ner gifts wjre exchanged and the pals revealed A program was presented with devotions under the direction of Mrs Essie Cox A playlet called the Going Around was presented by Mrs Jane Thompson and Mrs Gertrude tJhronister The program was directed by Mrs Catherine Vayzey and Mrs Mae Kaufman The class president Mrs Ethel Rodkey thanked all who had help ed make the event a success The Seeds of Promise Sunday School Class held its meeting re cently at the home of Jo Ann Parker Devotions were led by the vice president Margie Emery The business meeting was direct ed by the president Jo Ann Parker and the minutes of the previous meeting were read by Sal ly Kaufman secretary Ralph Par sons presented the treasurers re port Following the meeting a so cial hour was held and then re freshments were served by the hostess and her mother Mrs Or pha Parker Disarmament Talks Can Giv Stassen Big Boost By LYLE C WILSON United Press Staff Correspondent Washington May move ment of Harold E Stassen toward a new and important position within the Republican Party eems now to be an established act He has not reached it yet jut Stassen is moving The current issue of Newsweek elates that President Eisenhow rs appointments secretary Ber lard M Shanley recently was liscussing privately some of the Republican presidential possibUi ies for 1960 He mentioned sev eral and added You would make a big mistake o under estimate Stassens abii ty as a Political writers who buried DINNER MUSIC Nightly in the Lounge Tyrone GeorgeF States Plumbing Heating 509 7th St Huntingdon Phone 813 TALON EXECUTIVE KILLED IN CRASH Meadville May 25 S Sniffer 53 vice president in charge of engineering and re search at Talon was killed early Friday when his automobile collided with a trailer truck Crawford County Coroner Sher man L Watson pronounced Snif fer dead at the scene of the acci dent on Route 322 five miles wes of Meadville Fred Akers of Youngstown Ohio driver of the semitrailer said Schiffer was on the wronj side of the road and he pulled hi1 trailer into a ditch to avoid a col lision Akers said Sniffers car struck his truck a glancing blow narrow ly missed a utility pole and then overturned after swerving into a field and striking a tree Part o the automobile were scattered more than 150 feet Sniffer who joined Talon in 1952 is survived by his wife two chil dren and two stepchildren TOWING SERVICE R S MADDEN CO Mount Union Phone 345 Subscribe for The Daily News Five cents per copy PETERSBURG and SHAVERS CREEK VALLEY MEMORIAL DAY SCHEDULES Neff Cemetery Form at Legion Home A Services at A Petersburg Form at Legion Home A Services A Mooresvile Form at Legion P P M M M M M M NOTHING BEATS i Having a Motor Club atembership When Your Car Stops or is Wrecked Huntingdon County Motor Club 328 Penn Street Huntingdon Stassen last year after his flukey effort to prevent renomination of Vice President Richard M Nixon now are taking another look Stas sen still is a long way from a wsition which would enable him o make a substantial challenge rpr the I960 Republican presiden tia nomination He has powerful political enemies including most conservative Republicans and es pecially the partisans of Vice President Nixon Present Job Helpful Slassens return from political obscurity of course must come about wholly from his job as United States disarmament nego tiator For some weeks now he has been receiving headline credit for some of the progress toward an armaments agreement with the Kremlin There has not been much progress but even a little has been enough to give Stassen in a national convention or in an election Could Be Stassen Stassen could be that American The odds are against him if for no other reason than that he is dealing with the Russians He may not bring it off probably wont But these thoughts surely are running through Stassens mind He is a politician and he is ambitious twice an aggressive candidate for the Republican pres idential nomination three limes elected governor of Minnesota He is now 50 years old The won in midwinter was that Stassen hoped to run nexl year for governor of Pennsylva nia It was not possible at that time to detect much or any Re publican enthusiasm in Pennsyl vania for Stassens project I Stassea appeared next year how ever in the role of the architecl of substantial world disarmament the enthusiasm of Pennsylvania lepublicans night be considera ometimes better than in the hos Littauer said He pointed ut however that this was true nly when the home environment ras suitable and medical and ealth personnel were available The Middle Atlantic Hospital is composed of hospital associations from New York and New Jersey The Pennsylvania State Associa ion of Nurses Anesthetists meet ly in conjunction with the as embly elected First vice presi ent Isabel McFate Pittsburgh Secretary Alberta P Felentzer treasurer Margaret L Pittsburgh trustees Jean A tfowicki Philadelphia Mrs Edna N Whisley Philadelphia and Ann B Hrin Dubois ble A Republican governor of Penn sylvania of course would have a respectable claim on the 1960 Re publican presidential nomination Considering his record tha seems to be what Stassen wants Stranger things have happened although not often much urgently licity needed good pub Stassen suddenly has what the public relations experts call a good press The New York rack ets investigation of the mid1930s created Thomas E a political figure Television and an expose of links between local gov ernments and gamblers lifted out of the crowd Sen Estes Kefauver of Tennessee Disarmament is pie in the sky rich flaky and far out of reach Any American whose name was substantially associated with bringinggthat pie within reach p the voters would become a grea political figure in the Unitec States He would be hard to bea Hospital Home Care Plan Is Outlined Atlantic City May 24 a hospital home care plan wa described by a St Louis physicia Thursday which he said woul lower the cost of patient care t less than 3 a day and free hos pital beds for the more seriousl ill patients Dr David Littauer executiv director of Jewish Hospital tol the ninth annual meeting of th Middle Atlantic Hospital Assembl here that his institution has bee using the home care program for the past four years Littauer said patients were transferred from the hospital to their own residences and given adequate medical attention Many cases can be treated in their homes at least as well and KNOBSVILLE Frank Lebo of Altoona spent sev sral days at the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Long John Garland returned to camp n Georgia after spending some ime visiting his relatives in town Sixteen youag men from the Spanish American Baptist College on their way to Boston worship ed at the church on Sunday morn ng nfluenza Epidemic Kills At Least Tokyo May 25 An influenzeepi demic sweeping over Asia has af licted millions with sniffles bleary eyes headaches and back pains in half year anc killed at least victims Japan Nationalist China Hong Kong Indonesia Thailand Stnga pore Malaya and The Philippine have reported outbreaks whic taxed health services and medica supplies to the limit In the speed with which I spread the epidemic has bee compared with the deadly flu which killed thousands over the world during World War I and the postwar period Generally its virulence has been less potent than its speed But at least deaths have Greathead and Miss Rhoda Kendall of McConnellsijurg called on Mrs Robert Cromer and Mrs Cromer on Thurs day afternoon The annual Sunday School Con vention is being held this year at the Pine Grove Christian Church on Friday May 31 Several of the Methodist men From Knobsville attended the meet ing at Burnt Cabins on Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Morris Watkin and family spent last Saturday evening visiting Mr and Mrs Boyd Cromer and little son Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs James McQuade were Mr and Mrs Boyd Fore of McConnellsburg Mr and Mrs Warren Kerlin and Mr and Mrs Floyd Fittry Mrs John Duens is staying with her husband at his work at Clay mont Del They came home over the weekend i Mr and Mrs Emory Diehl of Bedford Ohio visited last week1 er Fred Funk Marjorie Hann and Freda Helman graduates of Forbes High School were sight seeing in Washington D from Wednesday until Friday Naomi Strait Sue Welsh Kath leen Hill Mary Canbaugh and Willis Kerlin graduates of the McConnellsburg High School were in New York City last weekend Mr and Mrs Orville Beatty of Needmore visited Thursday at the home of Mr and Mrs B F Cline The annual Methodist confer ence is being held this year at Clearfield It will be concluded on Sunday May 26 Sessions axe being held for a week Subscribe for The Daily News LEWIS S KNEPPER NATIONWIDE INSURANCE JOHN HILL REAL ESTATE 1415 Moore Street Phone Huntingdon 655 end at the Wilmer Laidig home i James Bishop Clyde Bookheim1 been traced to the virus in Japan And the outbreak rampaging through The Philippines now is blamed for taking 80 lives there Generally according to a Japa nese welfare ministry spokesman sufferers are up and around in three days to one week Most of the cases are school children Maytag AUTOMATIC WASHERS Now up Maytag Clothes Dryers No moisture lint or heat escape no vent Maytag Huntingdon Co 505 Seventh St Phone L233J if McKETTIUCK BETTY HARTFORD if MYNETTB DRESSES Janes Style Shop 522 Wash Huntingdon AHTHRAC1TE mi David Strait Son Stokers and Stoker Coal Huntingdon MILLERS RADIO AND TV SERVICE PARTSSALESSERVICE Phone 19061509 J 286 Standing Stone Ave 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