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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Altoona, Pennsylvania The Altoona Mirro rom onday Ajril 19, 1937 Honor twelve at ordination event ministerial students of methodist Church receive orders of Deacon and elder at services. Solemn and impressive services marked the graduation recognition service and ordination of twelve methodist ministerial students at first methodist Church yesterday afternoon. The service opened with a musical program at 2.30 of clock Rev. Or. J. Mckendree Reiley gave the invocation after which the Al callouses a the Tore ipod and safely re a my bib move Eavou a a a Ute theae a Oft 4 i my but Hionis soothing pad. Soldi shh everywhere. Coat hut a trifle. \ to Scholls Zin pads Toona Vesper choir of 120 voices directed by Harold h. Barker presented a Beautiful concert. Harriet Hoenstine was Organ accompanist and Virginia Baird piano accompanist. Rev. Gordon a. Williams of Juniata presided at the graduation and recognition service. The speaker was Rev. Or. Allen Macro sic. Executive Secretary of the methodist commission on courses of study new York. Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes of Washington d. C., presided at the ordination service assisted by Rev. Williams and the four District superintendents Rev. Or. George Henry Ketterer Altoona Rev. J. Merrill Williams Williamsport Rev. Allen c. Shue. Sunbury and Rev. Lester a. Welliver Harrisburg. The following ministerial students received the order of Deacon Reyburn lutheran Fritz Cassville. Otha Lee Gordon. Concord. William h. Gould Montandon. Paul Richard Rowland White Pine. Joseph Abraham Wagner Burnt Cabins. Roland Ralph Ritter. Boston. Robert Adolf Knox Boston. Rev. Knox also was granted a diploma As were Robert e. Gibson of Birmingham and Jessie k. Gun Der of Dillsburg. All completed required courses in ministerial subjects. The elders ordained yesterday were Nelson Harry Frank Cataumet mass. William Edward Holley Saltsburg native of Juniata. Marlin Fern Ella Kerstetter Shamokin. J Francis Joseph Geiger Harrisburg. Walter furst Glenn Fayetteville. Miss Bertha m. Rogers also was formally consecrated deaconess of the methodist Church yesterday. I her Home is in Wilkes Barre and i she is kindergarten instructor at the Ellenberger memorial Dea i Conss Center in Harrisburg. 46-Inch oilcloth All new Spring patterns $1.29 value cd. 23c Jaspe cloth 19c 36-Inch assorted patterns 29c value. Tailored lace curtains a Choice selection $1.19 value pair. 96c table cloths size 50x50, 59c value. 38c Brett Bros. A in it nth Avenue knights banquet at Hollidaysburg Castle Camelot chapter of the knights of King Arthur held its annual banquet at the Hollidaysburg Baptist Church last Friday evening. A delicious banquet was served the group at 7 p. In. By ladies of the Church under the supervision of mrs. Gillette. I guests of Honor included Hobson c. Wagner superintendent of schools Dan c. Pitt jr., general Secretary of the y. A. Community Center William h. Plank Samuel t. Williams t. H. Suckling Rev. Joseph g. Peters or. J. S. Bromley and c. Gillette. Or. Gillette serving As toastmaster. Following the custom of former i years the fathers of the knights and pages were also guests of the organization. Following the banquet the toastmaster introduced or. Pitt who led the group in a number of stunt songs. Or. Wagner extended greetings and Best wishes to the organization from the school District. Several delightful Musi-1 Cal numbers were rendered by mrs. Marion r. Douglass mrs. Edna Campbell and mrs. Francis Kauffman. The group was accompanied at the piano by miss Lorraine suckling. Toastmaster Gillette in 1 produced or. Suckling who spoke briefly on the work of the knights a and extended Best wishes for a 1 successful year. William h. Plank on behalf of the Church school extended greetings. I the speaker of the evening was j Rev. Peters who gave an inspiring address on the subject Quot take up the following the speaker a Clever musical selection i was Given by Paul Meyers Theo i Dore Meyers and Fred Eboch. Wal Ter Lightner gave a pleasing number on his guitar. The closing remarks were Given by or. Pitt who briefly reviewed the Fine work at Rothert s no Kraft air conditioned sleep exclusive with the famous la Sealy Quot innerspring mattresses porous springy no Kraft air cushioned pads support your body in Cool invigorating Comfort. No Kraft pads Are so constructed to give maximum1 coverage Over the inner Springs and Are Honey combed with air Springs. Made by Goodrich co., exclusively for Sealy mattresses. Come in and see these remarkable new Sealy innerspring mattresses now. Your Choice of three different styles prices and Beautiful coverings. Open an account $ 1.00 Down delivers $ 29 .50 and up store hours 9 30 to 5 30 a Small monthly payments it for the rest of your life come to Rothert a pot Herts on pit the Home furnishes since /<896 �?12th ave. Amp 12th 6127�? horizontal i biblical character. 7 he was the son of a David. 11 to chop. 12 Constellation. 13 Stream. 14 fuel. 16 like. 17 twitching. 18 destinies. 20 consumer. 22 form of 23 to rub. 25 musical note. 26 brains. 27 hair tools. 31 ass. 34 abundance. 36 contests of Speed. 37 Blue grass. 39 Stair Post. 40 Frozen desserts. 41 stage play. 43 Valley. Crossword Puzzle answer to previous Puzzle off Lara Lulu ail h Nan uhe a Kihm 44 to scatter. 45 personal contribution. 47 to perish. 48 eur 49 compensates. 50 to deliver. 52 paid publicity 53 fat 55 unit 57 soft feathers. 59 valiant Man. 60 sluggish. 61 to carry. Vertical 1 exclamation. 2 commenced. 3 to kill a Fly 4 musical note. 5 English Coin. 6 bulks. 8 part of Eye. 9 More fastidious. I Oto depart 15 furnishes with sewers. 17 fell Down. 18 he was David s a child. 19 local Post tons. 21 he against his father. 24 by 26 stepped. 28 Bastian King. 29 male. 30 planted. 32 balloon s Basket 33 he was killed by a a 35 having Confidence. 37 jail. 38 one that amuses. 41 arid. 42 devoured. 45 Small child. 46 finish. 49 Golf teacher. 51 period. 54 measure of area. 56 Northeast 58 griet or. 0. D. A m. Holds District meeting officers delegates and members of the fifty fourth Pennsylvania District Junior order United american mechanics held an enthusiastic convention at the Hall of Altoona Council no. 370, on saturday evening. The meeting opened with regular form at 8 of clock with r. E Orberg District Deputy state councilor presiding. Chaplain a. G. Mclaughlin had charge of the devotional and patriotic exercises. The Council reports were presented by the delegates and read aloud in order that All present could learn the status of each Council. The majority of reports revealed that councils made a net gain in membership during the Quarter ending March 31. Some of the reports submitted showed a substantial gain in finance during the same period. The membership Campaign which is being sponsored by the National and state councils of the or. O. U. A. M., has been extended to june 30. Those members who Are competing for prizes still have plenty of time to write up applications for new candidates. Warren g. Harding Council no. 372, has won the second prize offered by the state Council for the largest gain in membership up to feb. 22, 1937. The members Are proud of this prize which is a Beautiful silk american Flag. A proposal was presented by Blair Council delegates to hold District meetings each month As is the custom in Many other parts of the state. After a lengthy discussion the proposal was adopted and will go into effect at once. Delegates from Good will Council no. 42, invited the conventioneers to assemble in their Hall on Pennsylvania Avenue Tyrone for the next District meeting. They have set the Date for thursday May 27. Plans Are being considered to hold a Public installation ceremony for All councils of the District. Delegates were instructed to discuss the plan with the officers and members of their respective councils concerning the group induction. A banquet would be held in conjunction with the Public ceremony. It is the desire of the District officers to have All the councils cooperate in making this affair one Long to be remembered and at which subordinate officers would be proud to be installed into their stations. A Resolution opposing legislation of Laws permitting the appropriation of state funds for sectarian institutions was presented and adopted. Following the business transactions members were called on for remarks for the Benefit of the order several prominent members responded with Short addresses. The members of Altoona Council. No. 370, who were hosts to the Conven toners served a delicious lunch. The District is greatly indebted to Altoona Council for the use of its Hall and for the hospitality shown. Or. Lefkow dentist extractions asleep or awake plates Bridges. Fillings a Ray 1121 11th Avenue phone 6090 office daily 9 a. In. To a p. By. Ursa Mon. Wed. Sat. Till 8 p. In. Done by the knights in Hollidaysburg calling attention to the period in 1932 when the Young men set out 10,000 Trees. More than 25g boys and Young men had been served in Camp and a High Type of Christian educational program was carried on in the organization Over the past twelve years under the Able leadership of or. J. S. Bromley. Or. Pitts closing words were a with this remarkable tradition established by those who have served in our knights of King Arthur in the past we have no fear for the future and what it will be. You who Are now enrolled in this worthy organization must carry on and we Are confident that you will continue to do so in even a finer Way than those who have gone before you. You have the sincere Best wishes of those who know you Best As we wish you j. F. Deasy talks to Railroad men j. F. Deasy vice president of the Pennsylvania Railroad in charge of 1 operations was the guest speaker at the twelfth annual banquet of the transportation employees banquet association in Pittsburgh on saturday night. An assemblage of 500 rail men from the Pennsylvania Railroad lines entering Pittsburgh heard him Laud collective bargaining As a form of partnership be tween employees and management. Deasy said that for seventeen years Long before the concept of collective bargaining gained wide acceptance the Railroad management and employees have a demonstrated our ability to discuss our problems in the spirit of give and take and arrive at fair solutions upon that urging that the cooperative spirit permeate All relations Between employees and supervisors of every rank he declared a you and i know that not everything that is labelled collective bargaining is collective bargaining. Our Conception of collective bargaining on the Pennsylvania Railroad is that it is a partnership Between the employees and the teamwork Deasy pointed out is essential to the Success of the employees As Well As the Railroad and to urged upon each supervising officer to a cultivate a Little healthy humility by allowing his mind to dwell upon Quot the fact that a neither employee nor management has a monopoly today of brains ability or the faculty of original and constructive officers elected by Lay delegates the laymen a association of the Central Pennsylvania methodist conference held their forty second annual meeting at fourth Luther an Church on saturday. Inspiring addresses election of officers and other business marked the sessions i Harry b. Welliver of York was elected president succeeding Rich Ard w. Campbell of this City who served in this capacity the past two years. Other officers Are Secretary mrs. S. S. Guyer of Altoona assistant secretaries Clair e. Dun Lap of Montoursville end mrs. W r. Hurm of Altoona treasurer v Max Fry of York. Speakers at the laymen a meeting included Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes of Washington d. C., Rev. O. B Poulson of Huntingdon state Secretary of the menus dry league of Pennsylvania or. Harold Paul Sloan of new York editor of the Christian advocate and Bishop Wyatt Brown of the Harrisburg Epis Copal diocese. Two Hundred laymen took part in the association meeting. Or. Campbell the retiring president presided. B. And p. W. Club will hold social menting business and professional women a club members will hold a social meeting tomorrow evening in the Oneida room of the Penn Alto hotel. Dinner will be served at 5.45 of clock and the meeting will be in charge of miss Olive Bayer chairman of the health committee and her assistants miss Flora Hanson and miss Myra Oeffinger. Or. Craig of Pennsylvania state College will address the group on Quot mental this meeting has been moved up to tuesday april 20. Instead of thursday april 22, because of the itinerary of the speaker. All members and friends Are invited to be present. Married 37 years. Or. And mrs. David Vandrew of 1811 fifth Street Are quietly celebrating their thirty seventh wedding anniversary today at their Home. They Are the parents of eight children All living. David Vandrew and miss Anna Nicodemus were United in marriage on april 19, 1900. The couple is receiving the congratulations of friends and relatives. Glasses iy.50 a one Price Only Complete glasses with Eye examination. Everything your eyes required any shape lenses in rim o r rimless styles. Expensive Krypton bifocals no extras White or Pink Gold tilled frames save 1-3 to 1-2 o i All frames or repairs. Or. Ray Heverling exclusive eyesight specialist for Over 23 years assures you perfect satisfaction at gone Low price�?$7.50. Second floor Goldschmid bldg. Office hours 9 to 5.30, evenings 7.30 to 9 Ray optical co. 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If it has not reached you Send a postcard at once to old Gold contest p. O. Box no. 9, Varick Street station new York n. Y., and a second copy will be mailed you immediately. Still plenty of time to enter contest postcard brings you All puzzles issued to Date there is still time to enter this most exciting contest in history and go after that $100,000.00 first prize if Yon have not yet entered Quot Send of a postcard at once. Promptly we will mail you postpaid bulletin no. 3 which contains Puzzle pictures for the entire 15 weeks of the contest together with Complete rules entry Blanks and answer forms and everything needed to bring you right up to Date in the contest. Address old Gold contest p. 0. Box no. 9, Varick St sta., new York n. Y Doprr Tobt 1037. By f. I in brr

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