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Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1957, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania TH1 DAILY MEWS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT ONION SATURDAY MAY 25 195T Eisenhower Repeats Stand On Tax Cut Trenton N May 24 dent Eisenhower said today we will not play politics with our people and blithely promise them a tax cut at the expense of our national Eisenhower addressed by tele phone from the capital a regional conference here It Free Methodist Chapel Thirteenth Miffliu Sts Huntingdon Joan C Houck Pastor Sunday School Morning Worship Youth Sleeting Evangelistic Service Thur p m Prayer Meet ing and Bible Study Monday through Friday Free Methodist Hour on WHUN Abbey Evangelical Reformed Church Sixth and Church Streets Robert K Nace Slinlster Church School Morning Worship Down On The Farm Youth Fellowship Picnic at the Cottage of Mr And Mrs Charles Xorris Nursery for Children during Morning Worship FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 6th and Mifflin Sta Huntingdon J D Lister Pastor Church School Morninjr Worship Pray As You Grow High School Baccalau reate Service First Methodist Church ASSEMBLY OF GOD TABERNACLE 1221 Washington St Huntingdon Pa The Church That Cosponsors Revivaltime Sun WHUN Edward B Berkey Pastor Sun Sunday School No Excuse Sunday Morning Worship Christs Ambassadors Evangelist Rally Wed Bible Study Prayer Friday p Revival Echoes WHUN Calvary Independent Baptist Church Standing Stone Avenue Huntingdon Pa Richard H Meyers Pastor CHEER TIME 9 a m Message Spite Work Never Pays Bible School No Evening Services High School Baccalaure ate Service First Meth dist Church Tuesday Prayer Meeting p m Studies in Daniel VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL June Dont Forget Sunday School Church The Friendly People Of The Three Springs E U B Charge With Irs Friendly Pastor Rev Charles F Rhodes Invite You To Worship With Them Wont You Come Well Be Look ing For You W Carmel Church Worship Service Sunday School Three Springs Church Sunday School Worship Service Sugar Grove Church Sunday School Hill Valley Church Sunday School Gospel Time WHUN The annual service at the Wlble Cemetery will be held on Sunday June 2 at 230 P M This ivill be one week inter than originally planned was bhe sixth and final regional conference prior to a meeting of Republican leaders from all states in Washington June 7 Two Ilepublican congressmen attending the conference favored a sharp slash in the budget Rep Richard M Simpson and Sen Andrew Schoeppel said at a news conference whit tling of the budget will help win important 1958 elections Scjioeppel favored a three billion dollar cut Simpson said he wanted a total budget reduction in ex cess of our billion Some allege that this adminis tration is againat a tax Ei senhower said We showed our belief oi this point in 1954 when we had the largest cut in Careful planning of our budget coupled with continued health eco nomic growth result in our income materially exceeding our he said Then it will be possible to justify another tax cut for every But I must make this Eisenhower said we will not play politics with our people and blithe ly promise them a tax cut at the expenses oi our national security We wiU not return to deficit fi nancing We will not stop pay ments on the national The President again called on Congress to permit him to veto I specific items in appropriation biils instead of just having author ity to veto the entire measure Treasury Report Washington May 24 ury accounts for the current fiscal year through May 21 1 Withdrawals deposits cash balance public debt gold BWHT UNIVERSITY STUDENTS EXPELLED BowlingGreen Ohio May 26 Two more were ex pelled foxan Bowling State University Friday bring ing to eight the number ousted from school ringleaders ofa riot by more than students University President Ralph Mc Donald said four more students will be expelled as soon as they can be notified MkjDonald aaid the riot early Friday stemmed from planned demonstration against disciplin ary action expected to be taken against the Sigma Chi and Delta Tau Delta fraternity chapters Both were charged with viojat ing university drinking regula tions The uprising began as a torch light parade by some 300 students then grew to an unruly mob of according to university of ficials SALTILLO SINGSP1RATION Saturday May 25 p m Message by DONALD STODDARD Missionary to West Pakistan Also Colored slides silent moving pictures arid vocal duets CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE McConnellstown Sunday School Morning Worship Youth Evangelistic Midweek Prayer Service Everyone Wei John S Mitchell Minister First Methodist Church Mount Union w Murray Young Minister Church School E Sudcrs Supt Divine Worship A M The Rev C B Littleton Guest Minister v M Y F Evening Sessions oclock MidWctk Service Mri Fostei Reeder in charge Stone Church Of The Brethren On Juniata College Campus John C MiddJekauff Minister Church School Morning Worship PRAYER FOR VICTORY High School Baccalau reate Service in the First Methodist Church Christian Missionary Alliance Church Uth and Moore Streets Huntingdon Pa Rev Reea L Rogers Paator Sunday School Mr Don Snpt Worship CHRIST IS ALL Jr ST Alliance Youth Fellowship Evangelistic Service A MAN OF FAITH Tues Prayer Praise Wed p m Ladies Mlg sionary Prayer Band Thiir District Alli ance Yonth Fellowship Rally Dr K C of Pittsburgh the speaker St James Lutheran Church Sixth and Mifflin Sts The Rev Raymond A May Church The The Lutheran Church You A Of A Dignity Of Devotfrm WILL GET PAY BOOST JULY New York May J McDonald president of the Unit ed Steelworkers said Friday about workers in the steel industry would get a pay raise of 12 cents an hour starting July 1 McDonald speaking at the bi ennial meeting of the USWs Dis trict 4 said a costofUviag in crease of 3 cents an hour would be coupled with a raise of 9 cents when the unions threeyear con tract with the industry goes into its second year July 1 The costofliving raise will last until Jan 1 he said McDonald said the wage boasts would benefit workers in Hie basic steel industry and 000 in steel fabricating industries Use Phe Daily News Want Ads Pilgrim Holiness Church 60fl South Jefferson Street Mount Union Rev L C Shank Pastor John Home Sunday School Supt Sunday School Worship Junior Choir Sings Evangelistic Y P p m Message by Ruth Shank Childrens The Garden Vacation Bible School June 10 21 Calvary Independent Baptist Church Saltillo Pa Richard H Meyers Pastor WHUNGOOD CHEEB TEWE 9 a m Bible School Message The Dreadful Sin Of Murmuring Youth Fellowship No Eveiiliig Services High School Baccalaureate Services Meeting 8 p m Studies in I Thessalonians VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL June St Johns Episcopal Church Penn Street Opposite Court House Rev E A Pedrette Rector Communion School Mrs J C Schock and Mrs C McKnight Africa CoSuperiritendenta Prayer and Sermon Communion First Third Sunday each month Presbyterian Church Huntingdon Fifth and Mifflln J Raymond Powell Minister Church School Morning Worship Our Obligation To Be Peace High School Baccalau reate Service In First Methodist Church Bible School June 10 to 21 First Methodist Church Huntingdon Pa Mifflin Fifth G Cecil Welmer Mmisfor Church School sum Morning Worship Ir T F Henry Guest Preacher High School Baccalaureate Jehovahs Witnesses KINGDOM HALL Seventh Washington St Sunday P M Public Ad dress Sound For Belief In God by B B Kidd P M Watchtower Study When All Men Again Worship One God Tuesday P M Book Study Adonay Cornea To His Thursday Theocmttc Ministry School Service Meeting All are Welcome No PAGE THTIEE B WE WORD2 Thats my daughter Ellen standing upthere itl her cap and gown Valedictorian of her class t Id be a strange mother if I didnt feel a lump in my throat and a tremendous surge of pride It just doesnt seem possible that my Ellen is grownup Like any mother I have visions of a tiny baby a little girl in pigtails a child beginning school And now here she Is speaking about the future that she and her classmates the things that they are going to try to 3o their hopes and dreams They are brave words all of brave dreams And like all parents I pray that most of them will come true But I know that in times of failure my Ellen will have an added strength because of her Faith and her devotion to the Church How glad how thankful I am for that n Sunda Bool This advertisement contributed to the cause of the Church by the following business establishments t B MADDEN ISO Mount Union FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member F D L O Mount Union STRICKLERS MILK ANB ICE CREAM SAXES Ladles Store Mens Stow Mount Onion WEST EXD PLANING SOLI 16th and PonnSts Phone 283 THE FIRST NA1TONAL BANK Huntingdon Member MOUNT ONION PLANING CO Mount Onion S SHAPIROS SONS BfCX Mount Union CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK Mount Union Member F D I X HOMTASTE BAKING CO Mount Union Huntingdon O H MILLER HDWE CO THE GRANGE TRUST CO5EPANY N Huntingdon Member STATIONERS Union National Bank BIdg H T REYNOLDS SONS Building Contractors CHARLES HUSTON BKO Ford Mercury Lincoln Mount Union E B ENDRES LUMBER CO Builders ami Suppliers Huntingdon and Mount Union OWENSCORNING FtBERGLAS CORPORATION Huntingdon HOTELS HUNTINGDON AND LEWISTOWN PENNSYLVANIA GLASS SAND CORPORATION
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