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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Altoona, Pennsylvania The Altoona m1hko rom onday apr t 19. 1937 court passes i to Are dead in $900 Grant made i Toung violinist Legal documents dynamite blast to Blair urary brutally killed motions and petitions Are Given consideration by judge Patterson at miscellaneous session. Continued from Page i continued from Pale i in the farms pump House from has accurate Scales with a licensed w a re a weigh master and has a License said. Mrs Waszak had feared in cell anti continued from Page i i mrs. Laramy Turt in Auto Accident continued from Page i noting her. He came to new York. Two weeks ago. Believing he had neg wild and the wrong Side order Squires conference makes instituted Here chances in City continued from pair i continued from . I a a. gig Gers a Rev a a liquor violators taken i custody continued from Page i $15.80 each r from the City Altoona to sell and stopped the annoyances a session miscellaneous court held at Hollidaysburg this Forenoon judge Marion d. Patterson presiding. Among the matters under consideration were a num Only the children might get into it there j distribute the product his mine and prevailed her husband to in the City. Move it into the basement six weeks i he further avers that not Only it wa., stored the. Floor tas he do -1f.i j the Road approached them. To avoid his extraordinary talents As an i orator inmates were fined Blair h Biddle and Edward Pugh forfeited their Security and Paul yesterday a Little before to a. In. J a a collision . Laramy pulled to the i the event the Day opened miss Ledlova went to the rehearsal studio which Koss had engaged tor her. Fifteen minutes before the elevator operator. Paul Klein had ago. Ii Mucu in Cue us. U. Accommodate the City the cellar. I ordinance it would have been Neces taken a powerfully built Man to Waszak said he knew 01 no j sary that he drive five Miles and the same floor watched him walk an Bra the dynamite could have been set further to 5 cents per ton to Down the corridor toward the learn what he already knows name tally. That his Coal is properly weigh Side the Road but the car. Occupied by two men and two women All alleged to have been under the influence liquor struck the Lar will mass and holy communion at the Cathedral the blessed sacrament at 7.15 a. In. Rev. I Ather Murtaugh Nolan assistant Rector the Cathedral Parish officiated. Breakfast followed at the knights possibility appeared Ber motions and petitions a re Raymond might have wandered in de. Sume which follows to the cellar when others Wen judge Patterson granted a Rule a subpoena awarded in the not looking the Home nut l0 Skow cause Why the judgment divorce suit Richard a Geist is serviced with electricity and the an j sentence Alderman Mcclel mrs. Laramy taken to the so. A a half hour after she print 1 Hospital where her condition woe up. Klein took the stranger Back a did he Good today at noon after Home to the Street having repairs made to the car. The initiation ceremonies were a . Laramy returned Home this held in the afternoon at the Home girl makes discovery. J afternoon leaving his wife there with the Mckeesport degree team div Pearl f. Geist returnable the first monday june. Geist. A resident dutch Bottom. Frank town township avers his wife deserted him March 8, 1935. In re estate Robert j. Fay late Altoona deceased leave Given to sell real estate for payment debts. In re estate Agnes a. Lowery. A minor the first Blair county National Bank Tyrone discharged As guardian and Bond cup dries subpoena awarded ginning May to in the divorce suit Raymond Bowman is. Mary Lekes Bowman returnable the first monday May. The report Harry g. Hoge myer master in the divorce suit Albert g. Mclaughlin is. Elsie w Mclaughlin filed. Divorce recommended grounds indignities to person child May have carried a lantern two other Waszak children. Phyllis and Vincent were called from Milwaukee and returned to their Homes later the father remained with neighbors overnight. From said he would Confer with j Lan should not be set aside proceedings dismissed and the Fine returned. The Rule made returnable at argument court. Ugly reflections. Adam Christodoulo who sheriff Walter h Liskowitz and eighteen years has resided at 901 saw a trickle blood near the District attorney Scott a. Lowry j Chestnut Avenue where he con windows. She and her accompany inquest plans. Ducted a Rooming House likewise is pianist Stuart Simons next saw miss Ledlova to have used the studio from to a. In. To noon. At 2 p. Rn., Moya Engles a dancer its next user pushed open the door and entered. Even As she listened to a Laboured breathing intermingled with groans that came from whence for she knew not where miss Engels for a Day two. For observation. Has taken an Appeal from the judg a woman s legs protruding from be ment a City magistrate in this Neath the heavy Gray drapes which loyalists gain in Teruel drive continued from Page i in charge. Paul Behe one the councillors the Altoona Council the Gettysburg Beaver Meadows All whom retire age and j. P. Hulbert pastor Columbia Avenue Church. Lane discharged. Tyrone who retires disability reports Are adopted. Adoption the peace committees recommendations and numerous other reports voted by the conference this morning. The peace committee report read by Katherine Lach. Charged with conducting a House disorder also in the fifth Ward forfeited $25 80 Frank Good fined $2.80 and James Breslin discharged. Breslin informed the magistrate Rev. W. W. Sholl Ashland pa., i that he had signed up to go to a chairman set Forth the following acc Camp today and this fact a stand j Tua cd Alderman Mcclellan in Dis a the Pursuit a policy a charging him. Good contended that Solute neutrality non participation he is a Cousin the Lach woman. In any elimination profits that he received no drinks there and that his intoxication came from drinking liquor he had purchased before he went there. Pearl Chambers who charged her own right is. Lafferty Brothers stance the official being Samuel Hung Down the Walls. Of Erynn incur cd the trial list for the week be g Washabaugh the tenth Ward. Miss Ledlova had been struck pins. Injun c a a a wh0 served last month As Well As the Temple by a claw Hammer and there us some Shew in munitions factory curbing knights Columbus presided As the tragic armament race among toastmaster at the banquet which nations thorough peace education held at the Home at 6.30 in our churches among youth i clock last evening. It at groups and Church schools with breaking Glass the Street tended by the Squires their fathers Liei pation in Public peace parades discharged. Land sponsoring knights about 300 and peace demonstrations Digap a i persons surrounding the Festal Proval militaristic propaganda Board including a number local i preparation being carried by his annual conference Sermon. The i j rtt and visiting clergymen and Bishop members the methodist j Grace methodist Young Peoples a fled a Sui Oyt m the a furnished children the late Rev. E. E i choir Sang person injured the Frt i no How Rev who during Hie Many music by Howdy Beckers orchestra. Or. Bene began the. Speech Mak a a asst a Milf Tehi a num territory previous occasions. Christodoulo claims ugly reflections Are cast in the direction weapon government faces himself and his Large family Chil position the chairs in the _ enormous deficit it broke her Skull. The bloody a sect South Madrid nationalists to the columbian Squires by ence which Gran left asking nearby from the attacked in the Jarama River sector half the knights Columbus continued from Page i the first National Bank Al projects such As crop insure Toona Nan named guardian for estate it farm tenancy and _ m Alt it Len nip w Rit a. _ provision for a nation wide Low Cost housing development. Of Bertha b. Fasick. Writ holc directed stayed until october. Rules were awarded returnable the first monday May to show cause Why Issue should not be framed to determine ownership goods levied upon by sheriff in three suits Robert a. Henderson receiver the second National Bank Altoona is w. H. Hughes. Abo qtttt1fnt$t Witt a subpoena awarded in the 5,058 is Uden in a Hajj divorce suit Blanche a. Athey is. Emmett j. Athey returnable first monday june. Desertion is Dren by what occurred last july 7 at 3 clock in the morning police were called to the Many a Home and arrested several persons who were occupying rooms the third floor these people had been there for Many weeks he knew nothing about their marital status. The police also arrested Christodoulo and when he arraigned before Alderman Washabaugh a Large Bare room and the position the wound police knew that she had entered and found her assailant waiting for her. That she knew and trusted him apparent from two chairs one splattered with blood. She had sat there facing her Slayer chatting with him. Suddenly something happened to stirring sermons Are brought at services he congratulated them the step they were taking and said that upon their shoulders will rest the responsibility making the Altoona Council one the outstanding circles the order he sex Rev. Dean Smith Well known tended thanks to the Mckeesport evangelist from Chesnee s. C., j Circle for their presence and he in brought a forceful message the yoked the cooperation All the Vav a to heaven at services yes a knights in the important w the president May have to choose fing q imposed for being Between a deficiency appropriation in costs during the next two pm u and one half months the Transfer to Relief and recovery purposes such unallocated funds As May be available in the Treasury. Enrage him a Lhez swung Anutt Voith Ter Day morning at the first Church j he a seen undertaken by and the Hammer and the deed Don. Of god Rev j. Robbins for the a in i ,.v�?��?� j Rotaj in the absence Rev. The Mcke Sporl circa Intro. Or. Harold Paul Sloan new York editor the Christian advocate the speaker last night at Grace Church. Rev. J. V. Adams presided. Rev. E. F. Ilgenfritz Chat duplicate copies Rev. Har offered prayer. The Grace Church i cry a ordination be issued. Choir Sang and Walter Mceldowney it so happened that Rev. Har Sang a Solo terms original ordination papers i were destroyed in the Austin Hood Many permits for Many years ago and Hen last year his duplicate papers were destroyed in the Pittsburgh floods. Rev. E. Keboch Harrisburg member the conference Board education addressed the As \ building Are issued proprietor a Bawdy House and forehead and that her left hand i Duce and be expressed the pleas permits for improvements valued at $3,925 were issued today by the City Bureau building inspection sem Blage this morning citing the j the largest sum involved in a growth and expansion the con permit Tane i out by contractor j. James Grimshaw chief Squire Fernee educational institutions. Fleck to erect a two Story porch and install Hardwood floors for Mission group meets. House. This Man states he annoyed by some his roomers it True that arrests were made several occasions and that once some Moonshine liquor found dressing room. But the door stuck appear in contests in Possession one his tenants. And he t Ber behind the drapes. Arr Raiv us gut he avers he at no time responsible for the acts his tenants i questioned by police. Had been smashed As though she had lifted it to protect herself. Police said they found bloody Finger prints Quot All Over the room Quot the Slayer apparently had attempted to drag the dying girl into a spoke last night the text found i Wilhelmina Runk at 1714 fourth it gave him and his associates the conference women Home Avenue to Cost $1,527. 0riii 6 san to come to Altoona the Mission missionary society met saturday other permits issued to . That brought them Here. Afternoon in its annual session. I Rieck Are As follows to change Rev. Francis a. Mcnelis. Director mrs. Blanche Curry Lunier Kouse owned by c. Martin at 823 education in the diocese Williamsport presided. Other Wolfi j go eth Avenue to a duplex $800 to introduced and he delivered a most cers present were cot respond make repairs for . Buchelberger charged. Paul a Metier assistant Princi and wants his Money Back and his police questioned Michael mrs Marv a Baird guardian pm the senior school an fair name As a peaceable Law Abid Michaels who rented the studio Joseph Baird filed Bond in the sum in charge local arrangements for i eng citizen restored. To musicians and dancers his rec $25,000 substitute for a former the tenth annual Pennsylvania Bond in a company no longer in sex forensic and music league con Stence. Tests t0 be held Here fonday and in the divorce suit Thomas saturday informed by c. Stanton Belfour director the league that a total 5,058 students will participate in the contests. The number does not include in Rogers is. Catherine Rogers Rule awarded returnable the fourth monday May to show cause Why lib Ellant should not counsel fees and costs incurred by respondent. Same order in suit Melvin is. Virginia Cowher. The Altoona Trust company guardian Jean e. Thompson minor child Carl Thompson deceased authorized and directed technical question lip. A somewhat technical question arose when arguments were made in the Case the Altoona discount company is. Mrs. Cleo b. Hammel her husband. Chester r. Ham the old rugged Cross. Toje evangelistic services will continue each evening at 7.30 clock until wednesday. Rev. Smith will speak tonight a the new birth Tom Filer Well known Blind baritone. Will bring the gospel message in song. The Public is invited to attend these services. Local Quot stores open under new schedule instructive address. He said that there Are three is that Are exerting a powerful influence in the world today namely capitalism communism and catholicism. The Mission the Church he said ing Secretary mrs. E. R. 6qj seventh Avenue Juniata $90, Heckman Tyrone recording and t0 renew floors and construct Secretary mrs. J. W. Finton Arches in partition for James Harrisburg and treasurer mrs. J. Irvine at 319 fifth Avenue $200. W. Lowther state College. De other permits issued Are As Fol apartment secretaries miss lows f. J. Sheehan to repair a Altoona stores put their new opening and closing schedule into effect this morning. They began Struc tors parents and league 1 dents. It stated that Hammel finials who also will attend the con and his wife own certain real estate tests and it is believed that the As tenants by entire ties. Hammel total number visitors will operates at least did when a around 6.000 for the two Days. J certain transaction made a with contests scheduled to he pubic garage at Mckee held in the senior Roosevelt the Man needed some Money. He ords showed that it had been rented from to a. In. To noon in the name Zachary c. Ross brother Mischa and a booking agent also. Zachary said his Brothers appear entry had used his name. He told them that when he last saw him and will close at 5.30 p in. These Mell and Allen Boyer. Mckee Resi at about noon sunday two hours i hours will prevail All Days sex after miss Ledlova s Skull Bro cent saturday when the hours will Ken he had been drunk and a. He from 9 30 a in to 9 p. In. Talking about going to his there were a number people ends in Laws Home in Monticello. 1 vrho had not become cognizant state police found him there. He change in the opening hours became actively ill immediately in Gle stores. Some merchants capable consecutive thought arriving at their establishments tor to save the nation from collapse Helen l. Mcfarland Harrisburg Roach to a garage for w. W. Shope n the struggle Between communism mrs. L. P. Green avva t Ai. I at 1213 thirteenth m me shrug and capitalism. Quot for us there is no such thing As Mere individualism a said father Mcnelis. A a there must always be a business at 9 30 a. M. Instead social Union with Christ and a a the members his mystical body the Church. Christ continues his sacrifices and we must not stand aloof from him but we must steadfastly work and Pray with him. Three is thus no such a thing As Mere individualism either in material spiritual things there must be a Union both. To Nav to mrs Pearl e Thomo and d s Keith a. A Nio .?.igh and Boyer had often accommodated turned Over to new York City de business at the later hour found us a b0jh. The sum &Quot$30 Ner month for main schools and the Lmh Oln building each other with endorsements but seethes he brought Back to customers waiting to begin shop Tbs newly formed group helps me sum we per month for main ii Lynn oin Hent in he. The boys to better realize their a per tenancy. The prothonotary directed to place these suit Alice Janeway in Altoona students in those buildings because Hammen and his wife the City will be Given a Holiday from their owned property As they did the miss Ledlova born Julia Vail during the summer season studies Friday although teach j Jender asked for the endorsement i Nusenbaum daughter Nathan. Items 0p interest. Of the methodist Board foreign missions new York the speaker saturday evening at Grace a a a a. . This marked the joint an Ping. The new schedule will pre i the boys to better realize their renin Ersary the boards Home Avenue $23 say Burg and mrs. Ariel r. Turner f$r0si porch repairs for e. H. York. I feathers at Hio fifteenth Avenue. Miss Sadie j. Sheller deaconess j $160 j w. Lytle porch for j. Of the italian methodist Church oug0orlian at 1024 Twenty second conducted the devotions. Presi i Avenue $300 c. B. Leader to repair Dent d. Jones Bennett col Dre escape to the Mchale building lege Greensboro n. C., the 1317 eleventh Avenue $25 d. W. Speaker. The Bennett College Emerick repairs for e. Y. Brinkley quartet also Sang. Mrs. E. R. At 2517 seventh Avenue $50, and Heckman and mrs. J. Howard Ake porch for Andrea Mastropietro at spoke. I 414 Crawford Avenue. $500, and r. Rev. Or. W. E. Shaw Secretary a it Eichelberger garage the Al kidneys must clean out acids Era will report to assist with Theof a is Hammell As Well this Nusenbaum who operates a win contest groups. J done and the sum $114 turned j Dow cleaning service in Bridge additional assistance in housing those students who will remain i. I silliness and to nov a be tre the career a Classi Over Friday night is needed by one. I Phoil she cot no Cal violinist and made her first the school authorities who ask thai 1 Abor a debut in town Hall in 1933 when information concerning quarters be be fit whatsoever. M 1 her claim is course that she miss Helen Fields daughter . And mrs. John r. Fields 1219 fourth Avenue is recuperate sent to the senior school at Tendance office As Early As the Only your Dody can clean out is Hie. Acids and poisonous waste. From your Drood is thru v million tiny delicate kidney tubes filters but beware 01 cheap drastic pos is an accommodation maker the mating drugs la functional kidney 01 bladder disorders make Vou Sun it rom getting up nights , leg boy struck by Auto. Lender says she has a right to sign a go 11 pub s and As much a right to for a what a Ghe a h though the Money used in her Maria Mozuin accordionist husband s business she benefits by she 20. A few years later sheing at her Home following an oper met persons Wise in the ways action saturday for the removal Broadway including Ross and they her tonsils. Pass state exams. Miss Anna m. White daughter lug smarting chances get the prescription caned Costa Only be a dose at druggist and the guarantee protects you. Robert Trago aged 9, 1802. The Success that business. It pains backache a i rms tinder a byes seventh Avenue suffered a possible argued for example that if she had dizziness rheumatic r Ains acidity bum fracture the right leg yesterday personally secured the Money and itching. A Mona rank Ake j when he struck by an Automo Given it to her husband for his cyst sex Siss Texi i bile driven by David Fusco 825 business she certainly would be reworks last. Sale and sure m 48 noun third Avenue eighteenth Street Spon sible and hence when she it must dring new vitality and is a Tiara i 6 a. T 0 t i teed to do the work in one week Money Between seventh and eighth ave i made it possible for him to get the Hack return in empty package Oyster Nues he treated in the mercy Money by signing a note for him Hospital dispensary. J she is just As responsible. Judge Patterson will Render a written opinion in this Case. Record is expunged. A will probated in the office Register wills Thomas g. Peo a pies expunged from the record direction judge Patterson after the presentation documentary evidence and the taking some testimony this morning. The the Voss is truly the a commonsense to Wash. Clothes come out a Voss whiter because they Are actually cleaner. Only with Voss floating agitation patented Are your clothes gently washed in the Rich creamy suds at the top away from under the team name Tania and . And mrs. Alex White 1474 Maria and they were to have open Washington Avenue and miss Helen de an engagement in i Toronto Willis daughter mrs. John Wil night club at $110 8 week begin Lis 2102 fifth Avenue have Suc Ning april 25. Cess fully passed the state Board police said that both the Ross examination for registered nurses Brothers were in this country ii and Are now located at sea View lation ship with others and with Christ Quot said father Mcnelis and he added that it is the intention that the adults who have sponsored the movement to gradually re Toona Trust company at 2207 seventh Avenue $250. Scenic poster stamp to advertise Canyon Harrisburg april 19.�?pennsylvania�?Ts grand canyons officially known As Pine Creek Gorge will he publicised through the Means a poster stamp by the Wellsboro and foreign missions. Rev. Or. J. E. Shillington Bloomsburg presided. Devotions were in charge Rev. J. F. Stamm. The Juniata first methodist choir Sang Dit re into the background and let 1 rented by j. E. Moore. Arthur Wii the boys grow into leadership in j Iiams presided at the Organ. Order that the organization May be the annual love feast con come a leaven in the confused state ducted at Grace Church yesterday chamber Commerce. This is the the world. J morning. Rev. A. S. Fasick d. D., first Pennsylvania Scenic poster father Mcnelis is the chaplain presided. Rev. J. K. Knisely offer stamp and it is claimed that it will the new Youthful order and heed prayer. At the morning Wor find a ready Markei among the said that it is desired that the boys ship service Bishop Hughes gave estimated 1,500.000 collectors All will grow up with a desire to do -ds3sbb===msss3==s== kinds Stamps in the United by expressed. He heartily applauded. Legally. Sanitarium Staten Island n. Y. Both Are graduates the Altoona school. Big Kayal Fleet will ring Spain continued from Page i f trolled by the loyalists. Along the j trouble doubles Over pigs. Trench Frontier there will he Tan. Dime 1831 found. St Louls Roy Koontz Bloomington ind. Purchased a used car Here for $150 his return Home he began cleaning out the Back seat and discovered a dime dated 1821, lodged behind a Cushion. Their bit As laymen in All things subject to the authority and advice their sponsors. In concluding his address he pledged to the Bishop that the Squires will exemplify the spirit the Church their consciousness duty and their loyalty to him and the Church Hierarchy. Bishop Guilfoyle concluded his own address after the boy had spoken. He said that Joseph is one the 112 Fine boys and states. The poster stamp depicts a View the Canyon from a Lookout in Harrison state Park. The drop is 1.000 feet to the Bottom Pine Creek Gorge which extends a eighty five girl., in the institution Tance atty mile rom Ansonia the Hill at Cresson and he congratulated the people the to Jersey Shore. There Are Twenty five perforated poster Stamps a Rev. John e Connor Rector j diocese to e they have sup feet with ask riptide printed mat St. Leo s Church introduced ported these institutions and that tar a Nch margin. Servers. There will be ten observers at Gibraltar. At control French Frontier there will be 130 instrument in question the re j Neutral observers and along the muted last will Robert s Heller j portuguese Frontier 130 British aged 83, a former Blair count Ian who died sept. 2, 1935, at the Home mrs. Grace Lebo a Niece in Detroit Mich. Mrs. Lebo testified that june 24, 1935, . Heller wrote a will which duly probated at Detroit. She made executor and residuary Legatee. It subsequently discovered that a will written by . Lebo nov. 15, 1933, had been probated in Hollidaysburg the Altoona Trust company being named executor. The Michigan will being the lat Lexington mass. While Farmer William Powers aiding a court hearing in contortion with a dispute Over own ports along the Atlantic and medi �?~�?�5 Usk it and he spoke words encouragement to the Youthful Squires. He added another c to those propounded by father Mcnelis that columbian ism. And he spoke the knights Columbus its work in and in peace and he gave As tor infants at Ebensburg the evening featured by several entertaining numbers including recitals by j. F. Maloy and songs by Edward Hazey and Howdy Becker. The organization the Columbia ing to be held this evening at which time officers will be elected. A tfx a a a a by Only Voss Fatiny Init can by a a u a Tittin 4#lic�t� la cd Kin suds a nil hn4 .,h,, it to top. Dry lilt tits it the top. Dirt i to it Tutti. To to a tto the dirt at the Bottom. New heat retaining Thermal a Silver Cote insulation greatly increases washing efficiency. Come in today. See this Beautiful Quot Sunshine Washer with the Only a electric step safety wringer. Liberal time payments All models. Or instrument the and there i tears being no charges fraud col Lusion judge Patterson after hear ing All the testimony and the Reading the documentary evidence directed that the local will be wiped off the books. On request mrs Lebo John h. Hemphill Sameti ancillary receiver. Arthur Hirt appointed guardian Merrell Kneedler this City so he can join in the Sale tile wards one eighteenth part real estate located in Burnside township Clearfield county. Mrs. Mary e. Mountz a pointed guardian june mourn so that she May arrange the Sale some property belonging to the latter. Terrane an coast outside Spain will be another 550 observers. Ships All Twenty seven nations signatory to the non intervention agreement must report at these control ports their to Spain and take aboard observers who will accompany them to Spanish ports and supervise the disembarkation passengers and goods. Thus the Powers Hope to shut off nearly ail. 5 not All. Of the Volun my munitions which have reached months. Spain in previous body stole his work horse and a Pony from his barn. State traffic toll. By United Preas reported today dead. 13 injured. 208 casualties Jan i to Date dead. 873 injured. 15,503 soaking Grain improves it As Swine food. It =5�,= it Chris 5 sch wringer goes to Detroit. Cincinnati o., april 19.�?the Cincinnati reds today announced the Sale outfielder babe Herman to the Detroit tigers. The Vale Price not made Public. Herman had refused to sign with the reds this Spring because a Alary reduction from $14,000 to 45 Msj. He accepted terms Witt Detroit before the Deal completed and agreed to Start East rom his California Home immediately. Corner 11th Avo. And 13th St child Hurt in fall. Charles Longenecker aged 21 months Claysburg treated in int mercy Hospital dispensary for a severe laceration the upper lip suffered when he fell against a wheelbarrow. Nine sutures were used in closing the wound. The Homans paid great attention to the cultivation the grape in i the Early Fyrol. Unusual savings in budgets Short lot Sale Spring shoes $2.49 and $2.99 grades new reduced to All styles Aii color All materials budget shoe Shoppe 132. 11th am. Opposite Gables a Durance that the order will con Squires will be perfected at a neet Tine to work in cooperation with the Church and country. To the boys he said in concluding his address Quot when we love a thing it is never hard to work its behalf keep Noble ideals and Heads ared be not sleepers but Michael w. Of Friel one the members the newly formed Circle next presented and he expressed the appreciation the boys to the knights Columbus and he introduced the officers the Altoona Council the knights Columbus the officers the Mckeesport Circle who were present and other guests the evening. Bishop Guilfoyle then introduced to the assemblage by . Behe. His excellency complimented the knights and the Squires the step they had taken and he said that it gave him great pleasure to give the movement his approval for he Felt that it would become a very Active and useful organization. He doubly sure this for . Mcnelis will be sure to find plenty work for the boys to do As he does everybody else within his Purview not excepting the Bishop he said. His excellency commended the knights Columbus their interest in the youth. He said that he ready to admit his own interest in the youth and he gave Assurance that a you will continue to hear that i play with the boys we expect the boys to be the representative catholics the future. We must be interested in them for we daily have examples what j happens when they Are Bishop Guilfoyle said that Spain j and Mexico today present examples the neglect the youth and the failure their elders to instruct them. Quot we want our boys to grow up to love and be service to their Church and their country a said he Quot and so we Are Happy to give our Hearty approval to this Bishop Guilfoyle introduced Joseph Appalucci the Cresson boy orator. He is 15 years age. Small for his age a Sophomore in the school at the orphanage and he stood a chair while he addressed the diners. His oratorical talents Are a order and his address Replete with Fine sentiments aptly and elegant Trees acclimated ice. Pasadena have to be acclimated the same As human beings it seems. Vast numbers saplings intended for re forestation in the upper Mountain regions Are kept ice Here for months until they have adapted themselves for their future habitat. Woodworth 1115 twelfth Street give you safety for your furs we offer you the Security frigid storage vaults and the Benefit proved scientific Cylinder s a dust cleaning process for furs. As featured by the Clear Field taxidermy co. Slimmer is the time to have your furs renovated a then the costs Are considerably lower there is time for the minutest details charges Are not due until fall. And you have your coat ready for the first cold Day next season. Ste Ste

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