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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - February 12, 1931, Altoona, Pennsylvania ll THE ALTOONA MIRROR—THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 103f^ WS OF INTEREST FROM SUBURBAN AND SURROUNDING TOWNS T - -  -..................... < lOLLIDAYSBURG DUNCANSVILLE The committee of twelve residents of the community named on Tuesday evening at the •citizen’s meeting The February' meeting and social    The monthly meeting of the Holli of the Olivet Missionary society of I daysburg League of    VV omen Voters)    .    -/.Hon    ■ortth the mnnthlv    i ..    , ,    is scheduled to be held on Monday in conjunction with the monthly the First Pres vterian church is call-    evenjng Peb. igi at    7.30 o'clock, in meeting    of the    Duncansville Parent-    j ed for Monday evening. Feb. 23, at    the Young Women s    Christian asso- , Teacher    association, to have charge 7.S0 O'clock, in the entertainment elation rooms.    .. .    .    ..    .    .    beinir    done    , room of the church. The devotional The February meeting of Fort Pet- |of lbe '    ™    r    JI    ■ program will be in charge of Mrs. ter Post No. 516, of the American among the destitute families of the TYRONE The entertainment committee of the P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. board of directors is making arrangements tor the presentation of a real minstrel BELLWOOD Contriouters to Bellwood Bureau of Charities: F. M. Estep, $1; Mrs. F. M. Estep, $1; C. L. Bush, I; A. E. The membership drive of the Civ- ______ ^    ________ _____ ic club, which has been under way i    Barrett, $1*; E. S. Reed,    $2;    Church for several weeks and which brings !    of Brethren, $3;    Y.    M.    C.    A., $5; in a large percentage of the funds I    I. o. O. F., $9.61. used to relieve the discomfort and I    Mrs. Levi Hoar    and    son Rodger of show to be given in the auditorium of j suffering of the worthy needy of New York are visitors at the home the “Y” on Wednesday and Thurs-I ?ur-co—m^nRy’ ^as been completed | 0f    and    Mrs.    J.    F.    Gilmore    of In the Sixth ward, with a most com- Railroad street. Starry B. Crisswell of Sylvan Hills. Legion, will be held on Monday eve- j community, will hold its initial meet- j day eveninSs’ APrll 8, and 9. David ■ mendable list of members. The com- | A group of neighbors and friends The Missionary program will be con- : ning. Feb. 16. at 7.30 o'clock, in the i ing this evening at 7 o’clock in the , Black, chairman of the committee, | mittee serving the club in this 1 surprised Mrs. Nora Estep Wednes-ducted by Mrs. Paul G. Stultz. The post rooms, in the Wolf block, cor- home of Mrs. R. E. Harris at 1216 j has charge of the arrangements and ' dr'ive *n Sixth ward was com- j day by gathering at her place to help JUNIATA hostess for the evening will be the , ner of Allegheny and Front streets. j Third a\\>nue to plan for the im-social committee of the society    of ! Under    the    auspices of the    ; mediate    future. The committee will which Mrs. Paul G. MeCollough,    is    Woman’s    Home Missionary society,    ; include    three representatives from chairman. The rmte boxes will’    be    of the First    Methodist Episcopal    ! each of    the three churches of the opened at this meeting. A full    at-    church, a    food    and vegetable soup    town and a similar number to rep- tendance of members is urged, as a sale will be held on Saturday, Feb. .'resent the Parent-Teaeher associa- 14, at IO o’clock, in the church. Pub lie patronage is .solicited. plans are already being drawn up to select the principals and the then of the chorus. Miss Florentine Haekbusch of the social evening will be featured at the close of the business session, and refreshments will be served. George Blvler, the eight year old eon of Mr. and Mrs. George Blyler of Canal street, while coasting down the Wayne street hill on Monday, collided with the automobile of Dr posed of Mrs. A. F. Beyer, chairman; Mrs. E. J. Kennedy, Mrs. Clarence Cupp, Mrs. Joseph Keyes, Mrs. George W. Kessler, Mrs. James Campbell, Mrs. .Clinton Swartz and Mrs. Martin McNeal. The list of members enrolled for tion. At present noon meals are be- I state welfare department will be the ing served a nuinber of under- jspeaker at the High School Parent- 'this    new year    follows: Mrs.    S. B. nourished children in the basement ] Teacher association meeting to be    i Beyer, Miss Ruth Kessler, Mrs. j dining room at the public school held this evening in the High school    I David Kustenbauder, Mrs. Mary building.’    1    auditorium at 8 o’clock. Her subject I Blair, Mrs. Elizabeth Griffith, Mrs. The Daughters of Ruth Bible class will be “Mental Hygiene” and from ! B. Myers, Mrs. H. J. Meyers, , of Hicks Memorial Methodist Sun- I her wide experience in state work    ' Mrs. W. W. McNeal, Mrs. William Ralph    Fickes    and    Verna    Burket    1 day school is sponsoring a Valentine ; she will bring a vital and important    j Schoch, Mrs. O. C. Struble, Mrs. J. Clyde F Stewart at the rnmer nf of    Km£    sPent    Wednesday    evening    ! aoup and home-bake sale to be held I message. The Girls Glee club will    F- Smith- Mrs- E- J- Kennedy, Mrs. SK&rS fid Wav ne    FO?    *i£ »• »"<* “r"l <*«.«■ Black.    com|„g    Saturday.    Feb.    14.    »    |    provide aud entertainment number    ?>■*• Mea B. D. Rode. Mr,. mu!Derry ana wa>ne street. tor The gtork vislted at the home    of | the sociai ro0m of the church for | and the public is cordially invited to 'Ceci1    Snyder-    Mlss Kathryn    Fttz- KLAHR tunatelv however the lad escsned    J    V,    '    ,    ~    ~    Ute    social    room    oi    mc    oiumu    non    and    tne    puoiic is cordially invited to I , . V; Y-.—. nV * * %r I n serious* injury    Itbe    I    a“*«d    the meeting, particularly all left a girl baby on Sunday, church aid. The women of the class the P T. A members of the other of —    tyaburg | er on saturday that dressed 561 High school, is off duty this week, pounds. being confined to her home, 213 Wal- Visitors at Fred and Clarence nut street, suffering from a severe Claar’s on Saturday were Mr. and attack of grippe. Mrs. Rufus Fos- i Mrs. Clarence Claar and daughters ter of 522 Penn street is officiating Clara and Helen of Altoona, Fred es supply teacher in her absence. Claar and daughter Grace and Miss Gertrude Swanson, a member clarence Claar butchered a Dork- 1 ?nurcn a,a’. VL    '    L,‘r    the F th*    nf    !    Clarence    viaar    Duicnerea a porn- , have promised an attractive assort- , schools. the faculty of the Hollidaysburg *r nn s»t„rd»v that droned sat ment of foods and those planning j The ladies. of the Trjnity |W wi„ Sunday dinners have been invited ; hold a food sale on Saturday, Feb. especially to    select a portion of their    ,    H beginning at IO o’clock,    in    the j t" * .Th A^icink    Mrs I F been1* invited    The salfbeg"^^    ll    Gar™an Jewell7 storc on th«    corner Mra Ernesi    EvanSi ' Mrs. a rn    lh6    Sale    DCRinS    al    i of Pennsylvania avenue and Tenth | MiUer> Mrs. c. R Snyder _ Harvey M    Liebegott Is able to    be    j    stre®t- The ladies will offer for    sale | c whren. Mrs. Oscar Friday i^ut agafn    iifUir dieing confined    to    Pa^fr    MY- C. Beck.    _ Mrs. R. K.    V J. Berrirlger, Mrs. Norman Stryker, Mrs. Charles Grazier, Miss Katherine Blair, Mrs. Charles E. Smith, Mrs. J. C. Moffet, Mrs. Blaine Cowher, Mrs. R. A. Brower, Mrs. McCann, her knot wool haps. The folks took along plenty of sauer kraut and pork and otner things to make a nice noon meal and spefit the day in a profitable way. When the ladies left, Mrs. Estep had three completed haps and another one started. Everybody j worked hard, ate plenty and laughed much. The guests were Mrs. Catherine Reed, Altoona; Rose Carson, Lulu McCoulley, Viola Glasgow, Mae Carothers and Willard and Mary Jane Beschler, Effa Markley, Nellie Che’rry, Mary Williamson, Blanch Detwiler, Clara Claar and Joyce and Susie Brindle, Essie Cox, Ora Mc-Falls and Donald McFalls, Mrs. Sarah Claar, Margaret Conrad and Russell and Clara Conrad, Mrs. R. C. Berkstresser, Claire Williamson, Arlene and Mary Lou Williamson, Laura Wilt and Nellie Wilt, Mrs. Etta Markley and Mardell Markley, Mrs. Dan Madera, Mrs. Charles Den- At the annual election of the Sun- Bruce Claar of Roaring Spring, Mr, j„hn.7t aiwain after being cummcu ™    ,    , day sehool of the First Presbyterian and Mrs. Irvin Claar and children I his home for over a week suffering ^okles> salads- a'l so tastey for the following officers were Grant. Homer, Laura and Jean of | from grippe    suffering    j    the week_end lunches and dinners. church elected: General superintendent, O. I Sprout, Mr. and Mrs. Chance Black Clarence Dougherty; assistant, Mrs. 'and daughter Leona, Mr. and Mrs. Harry M Klepser; director of re-j Fred L. Walter, Mrs. Clair Walter liglous education, Miss Mary G. j and son Clifford, Amos, Rollin and Davis; Superintendent of young Robert Black. Joseph and Mahlon The home of Mrs. Paul Clodgu ! near Brookes Mills was the scene of a very delightful meeting of the members and guests of the Ladies’ Aid society of the Duncansville Pres- The February meeting of Clarence Miller, Mrs. C. E. Snyder, Mrs. J. I gate and Helen and Chester Dengate. Mrs. j A banquet given last week by the Wilson,    I    B. Y. P. division In the Church of Mrs. G.    W.    Kessler,    Miss Martha    !    the Brethren, marked the close of a Wertz,    Mrs.    Bergstresser, Mrs.    J    three month contest, in which the the j Frances    Hooker, Mrs.    George Wes-    :    loosing team was called on to serve Northwood Parent Teacher assocla- , ner Mrs. Chester Leeper, Mrs. A tion will be held in their school Rumbarger, Mrs. Joseph Keys, buildin this evening at 7.45 o’clock The pupils of the second grade will People's division, Mrs. Ward Mc-    Claar. McClellan, Lloyd,    Virgil    and    I    bvterian church on Wednesday,    when    1 present    a    play    in    keeping    with    the | Lanahan; associate, Mrs. Guy H.    Harold Walter, Oscar    and Ollie    Mrs Clodgu who is affiliated    with    | season,    entitled,    A    Little    Life    of Smith :    librarian.    Miss    Margaret    Musselman, Brady and Guy Feath- ; the society, entertained with a sauer 1 T    ” rrv'“ Dow ning. assistant librarian, Miss    ers, Meixin Reighard, Susie    and    |    dinner served at the noon    hour Erdine Moore; secretary-treasurer,    Virginia Feathers, Daisy    Claar    and    ,    flurinK an intermission in a    busy '    *    **1*    xlr"sewing program which also marked Marie Walter. Frank Moore: superintendent of primary division, Mrs. Paul G. I The Young People’s class of the j day’s meet. In addition to Stultz; assistant, Miw Homer D.    Upper Claar    Church of    the Breth-    niembers    of    the    society,    a    number    of Winter; secretary of primary divi-    ren held th{dr monthly    meeting at    ’    ,ruepts enjoyed    the    hospitality    of    the sion, Mrs. William F. Goodfellow;    the borne of    Mrs. Della    Weyant on    j    hostess. secretary of primary division andSaturday evening. Those present) samuel Shaw, formerly of 527 Sec-ptanist, Miss Elizabeth Hughes; su-    ^',ere Daisy,    Dorothy    and Pearl Mrs. William Hicks, Mrs. Karl Miller, Mrs. J. H. Pranstetter, Mrs. Minerva Grimm, Mrs. Helen Hewel, Mrs. Joseph Stover, Miss Cora Har- | ance, alertness and service. spirit was shown by both the winning team. Wilburt Campbell was captain of the winning team and Morva Detwiler was captain of the loosing team. The contest was based on points secured in attend- A tine teams Lincoln.” The speaker of the eve-I Her, Mrs. Frank Johnston, Mrs. ning, will use motion picture films | Glenn Grove, Mrs. K. T. Wingate,    j throughout the    contest    and    was en- in illustrating the address. All pa-; Mrs. C. E. Weston, Mrs. I. J. Lucas,    joyed so much    by all    that    another I ond avenue, who became te#- trons of the Northwood school dis- [ Mrs. William Potaris, Mrs. William trict and any interested friends are ! Smith, Mrs. George Frain, Mrs. urged to attend.    j    Fred Forcey, Mrs. Rufus Copper, The Ladies’ Auxiliary to the Blaz- I sr., Mrs. George Miller, Miss Verna ing Arrow Hook and Ladder Fire ' Forcey, Mrs. A. F. Beyer, Mrs. How-company will hold a Valentine tea i ard Stewart, Mrs. T. S. McFeaters, this evening at 8 o’clock in the fire! Mrs. W. H. Johnson, Mrs. George perintendent of junior division, Mrs. i Ulnar, Fannie, Katie, Hattie and Jo- I porary resident of McKee several home on Blair avenue. A delightful : Calderwood, Mrs. Fred Miller, Mrs. J. Donald Condron; secretary of ju- sePbine Musselman. Sara and Del- ' weeitg agQi wjn reside there per- I evening’s program will include a C. W. Adams, Mrs. Leroy Schilclt. nior division and pianist, Miss Mar- I ^a Feathers, Delilah Madasie, Irene j nianentlv and is offering his property 1 cake walk, beano, games and de- Mrs. J. O. Ivell, Mrs. Lottie Snyder, garet Shope; superintendent of cradle an Dorcas Claar, Harriet and Na- i here and his household goods at a roll, Mrs. Chester Elliott; Sunday ioni! Ebersole, Grace Dick, Virgie pUblic auction to be held in the near school orchestra director, Miss Helen ' ar\d.    eyant, Laura and future.    Mr. Shaw abandons his G. Klepser, violinist; pianist, Miss 5 Musselman, Jean W eyant and home here to reside with his aged Evelyn Dibert; bells. Stewart Smith; !?™ma    Harry* ,Ross- Eavjd- I motheY. violinists, Miss Helen Louise Palmer, w ^    Boy Musselman, Brady, Professor G. H. Morgart, principal —    -    ’    I    Myrl,    Roy,    Ira and Kenneth Wey-1    * r t- ant, Edward, Ralph and Clair Mils- Robert Miss Janet Rhodes, and Miss Irene Moore, O. Clarence Daughertv. ,    ___ „    ,    „ Ov,r one hundred and my MR.    J™*    0£T"*d : of the Duncansville schools, was a 1 speaker at the February meeting of ; the Cross Keys Parent-Teaeher as- lious refreshments. All the firemen Mrs. Alvin Bathurst with their families and friends are Mrs. V. C. Hawke. Mrs. W. A. Wilt, very cordially invited to participate. Mrs. R. C. Schopp, Mrs. James Campbell, Mrs. Harry Kiider, Mrs. WILLIAMSBURG On Wednesday, Feb. 18. at to whom letters were sent during the    Ru*8e11    I    sedation    held this week. Professor o’clock,    in the Presbyterian church Annual flnnnon oomnoicrn nf tKn uni- I Mu*s^lffian, Carl SuteT, Rollin Dive- ! Morgan's subject was timely and I«... v-_____ Dick Lindsey, Rev. lidaysburg Young Women’s Christian | SamueT WeTant ^Mr Tnd Mr<f Law' I much aPPreciated by the asse*«bly. i from Pe 4 win deliver his association have not as vet respond-    r.rZ«    n^f.'    w !A <ine entertainment program and a irom    w,u    ni« ed to the letters. The finance com- nnt    8'    DelIa    Wey' , business session rounded out the , entitled, Three Years of    nan    ch    en    |>ou    mr.    «iu    a...    va»», . shah buz is a Cass math of Dr.    8$*'    *    N,'"    Tm    Tf” dick. His message will deal with . Y    Mrs    Harrv Snvder. Mr- and Mrs- B- F. Lyons of Roar- Rev. Yonan Shahbaz, a missionary mittee urges that everyone who hasn’t answered the appeal to kindly inform the office if they desire to contribute or not. All contributions are welcomed gladly whether they be ‘ large or small. The contributor can 1 specify what time during 1931 he or abe wishes to make the payment. The public is invited to the candle j lighting service which will be held I in the Baptist church Sunday evening ant. James Weaver, Mrs. A. E. Thomps-son.    Mary    Keohane, Miss Ruth Grazier, Mrs. R. M, Quigley, Mrs. Ralph Casher, Mrs. Herman Work, Mrs. Paul Metzger, Mrs. Frank Calderwood, Mrs. Z. E. Steele. Mrs. A. Engleman, Mrs. J. C. Warrender, Mrs.    P. P.    Ray, Mrs. N. A. Cal- s    lecture    boun,    Mrs.    Charles Yenter, Sylvia of    Hell.” I Work,    Mrs.    C. L. Miller, Mrs. D. one has been started. The banquet given by the losing team was a treat to both teams. The tables were beautifully decorated and lighted by candles. The eats were daintily served and were delicious. Bill Woomer, vice president of the Middle district, B. Y. P. D. and president of Circuit No. I, was the efficient toastmaster. Several short talks a?e * lArfi* ; were given by the captains, the pres-i ident. Miss Velva Wolfe, the adult j advisors Rev. and Mrs. H. Paul Cox, I the secretary of Circuit No. I, I Homer Hoover, and others. Thirty I young people were present to enjoy the evening. Trinity Lutheran Sunday morning church service, Feb. 8, was in keeping with the observance of the first anniversary of the organization of the Boy Scout movement in America and the pastor, Rev. Paul L. Foulk preached a sermon on “The Life of Lincoln and Washington.” Troop 41, 'Boy Scouts of Trinity church, with their leader, J. W, Martin, and the troop committee, was present in a body and occupied a reserved section of the church. Rev. Foulk preached from the text, “Whosoever will be chief among you let him be your servant,” Matt. 20:27, and said that lives of great men have common likenesses, having in mind two Americans, one the father and the other the savior of his country. Both lives reflect honor upon God, home and country. Both gave themselves in unselfish devotion. They are worthy exarqples for all Boy Scouts. Both Lincoln and Washington followed principle rather than opinion. Ruth Louise, 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dale, 417 Eighth avenue, is seriously IU at her home. The child is suffering from an attack of bronchial pneumonia. The C. I. C. class of the Presbyterian Sunday school will meet this evening in the church parlor. Mrs. D. B. Kinch, Mrs. W. J. Wyper and Mrs. W. H. Haines will be the hostesses for the social hour and the members are urged to be present. Mrs. W. E. Elder, 410 Eleventh avenue, will entertain the Friendship Bible class of the Grace Evangelical Sunday school this evening. A good attendance is urged. The Logan Parent-Teaeher association will hold a Valentine social Friday evening, Feb. 13, at 7.30 o’clock. The social will be held in the Logan school building and the public is cordially invited. PORT MATILDA The monthly meeting of the Child Study class of the Noble Parent-Teaeher association will be held this evening at 8 o’clock at the home of Mrs. C. J. Rodgers, 912 Boulevard. All interested parents and patrons are cordially invited to attend. The Crusaders class of St. Paul’s Reformed Sunday school met Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Esther Neidigh, 218 Seventh avenue. The devotions were led by Mrs. Kuhn class president. The business session was followed by a discussion on consecration by Maybell Ellis. Mildred Kerns, Mrs. V. D. Grubb and Hazel Imler. A program was also rendered. Those present were: Mrs. Helen Kuhn, Mrs. Smyers* Mrs. V. D. , Grubb, Mrs. Shaeffer, Misses Martha Otto, Ruth Kennedy,, Margaret McDonald, Nellie Baker, Mary Mildred Korns, Maybelle Ellis, Margaret Treese, Esther Neidigh, Marcella Evans, Myrtle Treese, Hazel Imler, Pauline Nowark, Miss Pheasant, Mr. and Mrs. Lytle and Miss Sara Lytle. The Women’s Missionary society of Grace Evangelical church held their monthly meeting in the church Tuesday evening. The president, Mrs. A. M. Jenkins, conducted the devotions* The lesson study was dramatized, those taking part being dressed In costumes representing the various countries and were as follows: Japan, Mrs. Jo, by Mrs. J. E. Gra:ius; Formosan, by Mrs. G. C. Leathers; India, Abba Shah, by Mrs. C. C. Goodman; Chundra Lela, by Mrs. John Lachford; China, Mrs. Chang, by Mrs. W. E. Elder; Yo Al, Chinese girl, by Clara Jenkins; Mrs. Tai, by Mrs. D. D. White; Africa, Luanga, by Mrs. H. E. Myers; the hostess, by Mrs. F. R. McGlinsey; Americans, by Mrs. A. M. Suckling. A special musical selection, written by Rev. and Mrs. Thede, missionaries in Ja>. pan, entitled, “The World Is Watching You,” was given by Mrs. J. B Coleman and Mrs. H. E. Myers, story of a mountain school was tol by the president. During the bus; ness session a prayer league was or- The Women’s Missionary society Sar,lzad    v*ce    President,    Mrs. of the Baptist church served lunch B. McGlinsey, as secretary. At th* Sunday evening after services to ■‘*‘ar°h meeting the society will re- Glen Hobs and his band at the Baptist parsonage. Rev. Fleck preached his first sermon Sunday evening, Feb. 8. A large audience was present. CURRYVILLE evening’s program.    j    Rev Mrs. Alma B. Ott of 1211 Third j Posdjck avenue visited with friends at *    .    .    .    .    .    . Everett the early part of this ■week. ! the treatment which Christians re-Mrs. Charles Z. Baker of 406 Six- 1 ceive from Mohammedans. A sil- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wyles visited Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rininger i and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ritter of MARTINSBURG Elmer E. Hagey of Altoona visited his brother Morris Hagey at the home on Saturday. ceive and pack a box of hospital supplies for our work in Kentucky. JUNIATA THEATRE “STRICTLY MODERN" Starring Dorothy Mackaill Also selected short subjects “Dresserware Nile” Lower Claar Church of the Brethren—Sunday school at 9.30. Upper Claar Church of the Brethren—Sunday school at 9.30; preaching at 10.30 by Rev. Taylor Divelj. teenth street has been    very serious-    ver    offering-    will    be    received    for    the Iv ill at her home for    the past sev-    j    k eral days. According    to latest re-    •    P '    • ports from her bedside    her condition    The    Williamsburg    Parent-Teaeher remains unchanged.    association will meet on Friday eve- Effective Tuesday, h eb. IO, Grey- njng jn the Presbyterian church at hound bus service through here was further curtailed with the removal MINES _ , A great gathering took place at at 7 o'clock. A very beautiful wor- the Mines schoolhouse on last Fri- *hip service on “Light” has been ; day evening when the Huston town- -    .    *    .    ,    ____ planned besides the talk of the eve-j ship Parent-Teaeher association held ?f ,a    pun, ai.IT!!a ning by Miss Ione Haynes of Phila- I its monthly meeting. Throngs from burKl1    and    Philadelphia reducing    t^ delphia. Girl Reserve rings will be | various sections of the cove filled I    y    lPf - IL    a presented to a number of Girl Re-i the house to overflowing. Elaborate i daily.    The eastbound trip removed serves. A litany of light will be    ; preparations    had    been    made for th.    thnt    fnr    fi    4fi    n    m participated in by all Girl    Reserves.    I meeting and    the    program was ren- Th« Candle lighting service. “Light ; dered in a most excellent manner. JTpr tho World,” will have seventeen I The meeting was opened by sing-girls In uniform on the platform. This , ing and Scripture reading by the pageant group will be augmented by ; chairman. Rev. Vernon D. Naugle, a vested 4-H chorus. The offering the speaker of the evening, invoked will be used to carry on    the girl’s    the blessing    of    the    hour. Mrs. work of the local Y"oung    Women’s    Jesse Banks,    a patron    of the Mines Christian association.    1    school, rendered a pathetic selec- The annual Presbyterian School of ! tion entitled “Going to the Workhouse.” Group singing was given by the Mines school. This was followed by two well rendered selec- 7.45. The program will be A. X. Kennedy, Mrs. Harry Snyder, Mrs. Clarence Kennedy, Miss Helen Hunter. Mrs. Clinton Swartz, Mrs. W. E. Graffius, Mrs. Joseph Keys, Mrs. Harry Steele. Mrs. Robert Anderson, Mrs. I. Bl McNeal. Mrs. M. Arnold, Mrs. Lee Wertz, Mrs. Laura Sprankle. Mrs. M. A. McNeal. Mrs. William Rothroek. Honorary members are little Z. E. Steele, Harry Smith, M. Mc- Cupp, Miss Ruth    Spring and A G. Kauffmyi and 1 his sister Mrs. Mary Keith ot Cur- Missions closed on Sunday night with an illustrated lecture program. The lecture included a collection of col- was that scheduled for 6.48 p. rn. and the westbound trip at 1.20 a. rn. Splendid interest is being manifested in the Duncansville Community band which was reorganized recently and rehearsals are being held each Tuesday evening under the direction of their new leader, Professor Charles Schroeder of Hollidaysburg. The band is adding new members each week and most of the former members are taking active part in the new organization making it a fine big group. different from the usual line as the Govern. C. E. Weston, G. W. Kess-Green sisters, accompanied by a lei-, Thomas Mitchell, John Ginter, reader from Bellwood, will be here ; Calvin Waite, Charles Grazier, Wil-and give the program. Parents and liam Cupper, A. X. Kennedy, Ru-patrons of the schools are urged to fus Supper. be present to hear this musical -————-— BELLEFONTE ored pictures of the life of the people    tions    bY Mrs-    Harry Detwiler, a among whom the Presbyterian    Patron    of the    Beavertown    school, church la working as follows: The ;    Tbe    Brotherhood of the    Clover Indians, the mountaineers and color-    Ureek    churches    rendered a    number treat. The Green sisters need no introduction to the P. T. A. of Williamsburg. A silver offering will be lifted. All children present must be accompanied by their parents or an adult. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Garfield H. Showalter, a girl at their home on East Second street. :    Henry    Lauffer. employed at the paper mill, is confined to his home I on West First street, by sickness.    „ The Williamsburg Community sided. Mrs. Samuel Shallcross gave The February meeting of the Mother’s club was held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Harry Y eager with seventeen members and one guest present. ^The president, Mrs. J. M. Hartswick, pre- The members of Pride of Blair    ,    „    .    .    -    ,    .    ...    .    .    . Temple No. 55, Ladies of the Golden I standard School of Religious Edu- a report on the baby clinic which Eagle, enjoyed a supper on Tuesday j '’atlon came to a close on Tuesday wi]j be held Friday afternoon by ,or-r........ -    -    -----In* the *P Ts' ' orUroedays4 ea"h "?ek. Thero | ^ Richards H. Hoffman. Mrs. cd people of the south and the of fine sections of music during j Ttni> meeting "em in me x-. vy. . was a tota, of ejghty-eight attend- | William Kline, chairman of the pro- j the evening. A pantomime entitled ; OI^a “a,“    .    Vnnt.nr.    cd. while eighty received certif!- , gram committee, outlined the pro- Ten returned home on Wednesday 'cate* of credit. Much interest was gram for the next five months and evening after visiting for two dav's manifested in this school and pros- suggested that anyone having ma- 'nn/ friend.! in lohnstnwn and Pects f°r another session next fall terial pertaining to next month's among friends in Johnstown and ^    . topic ^dole8cenCe,” should bring Alaskans. The pictures were of „    .    ..    _    . highly informative and picturesque | The Blue and the Gray, ’ typifying character, and the close program of the mission school was much enjoyed bl a large assemblage. The school this year was productive of excellent results. The February meeting of the Ladies’ Aid society of the First Methodist church will be held on Friday evening, Feb. 13. at 7.30 | o'clock, In the recreation hall of the fine generosity of the people of the south land In a drama, was rendered by the pupils of the Mines school. Rev. Naugle, having been a teacher, gave a most interesting and instructive address on the cooperation of the parent with the teacher. A duet was I Grace and Mary Wicker, pils of the school here. I rin, a former resident of Huston V,Johny’Teeter of 1145    Fourth ave-    I The Sunshine class of the Meth-    I it for use    during    the open discus- who bu been in    ill health for    ' °di®t Sunday school will have for    I aion. Mrs.    R. L.    Stevens read an sale at the social hall on Plum    interesting    article    on “The Child ryville were entertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blatten-berger and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blat-ten berger. Mrs. L. R. Kauffman, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bender and son Byron and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kauffman and son Robert enjoyed a roast goose dinner on Sunday served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Woodcock of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rhodes and children Ruth, Robert and Harold of Martinsburg were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. j and Mrs. Hiram Replogle. i Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Allison and I children Florence, John and Lester I of Clover Creek spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Sorrick. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kauffman entertained at an oyster supper at their home on Saturday evening. The affair was marked by the delightful time all present enjoyed. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Arrowsmith and daughter Mae of Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. John Huntsman and children Paul and Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Helsel and children Wilfred, Earl . j and Ellwood, and Carl Hesselvine. all of Hollidaysburg, R. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shoemaker and son Charles of Roaring Spring, R. D.; John Wyles of New Enterprise; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stoudnour, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Seedenburg and son Jimmy, all of Martinsburg, and Miss Hazel Brumbaugh of Curryville. Cacto Its Self Now; Cacto’s Star Salesman Word-of-Mouth Advertising of Hundreds of Users Spread the Fame of Marvelous Medicine. Happy Cacto Users in Every Section of the City. Sitnek’s Drug Store Report Steadily Increasing Demand. Free Distribution Creates Sensation in Drug Circles. Liberal Offer Meets With Popular Approval. out results, you owe it to yourself to at least take advantage of the free trial offer that is made to every man and woman in Altoona and vicinity. Cacto is a remedy proven by painstaking and elaborate tests to be an unparalleled appetizer, invigorant, strength producer, tissue-builder and general reconstructive tonic,*' that I One of “the outstanding reasons fot- will restore run-down sickly ’people the astonishing success and vast re- . to health and strength. By acting church. A social hour with    refresh-    j township and now    employed    by the    , meats will be featured at the close    , WjUiamF F. Gabie    company    of AI-    I of the business session.    toona, gave a short and interesting Miss Janella Anderson a    member    ta!k on the A,ork    of the    schoo,s    j ? *a°i .5L    ^e.    school    i The meeting was closed by the company Railroad works. Alma B. Ott of the Hicks Memorial Methodist Episcopal parsonage at 1211 Third avenue motored to Everett on Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. A. M. McClure. building, is confined to her home 418    singing of "America” and    benedic- YV ayne street, suffering from an at-    tion by Rev. Naugle.    It    was ar-    j    - tack of diphtheria. Miss Anderson’s ranged to hold the next meeting at !    ^ BL1C SA1.E. rase is a mild one and she is steadily    the Acker schoolhouse on    Clover    ;    Saturday,    Feb.    14,    at    I p.    rn.    House- improving. Her home is in Indiana, I Creek in March.    J    hold    goods,    canned    fruit,    tools,    har- ***•    Mr.    and    Mrs.    J.    W. Kifer became 1 ness, hay, lumber, etc. Miss Margaret Cross, a former resi- the parents of a daughter named dent of Hollidaysburg, who is now a Charlotte Eleanor born at the Na-professional nurse in the New York son hospital of Roaring Spring on Post Graduate ■ hospital. New York (last Thursday night, city, has received a promotion. Miss Mrs. Mazie Leonard, who had been Crow has been made supervisor of ill, has gone to the home of her nurses at this hospital. She is a granddaughter Mrs. Ralph Mutza-graduate of the Hollidaysburg High haugh of Altoona where she will re MRS. A. K. BOOP. Opposite County Home. LAKEMONT Friday Miss Elizabeth Fry and Leonard    adjourned. Varner of Mifflintown were week- A series of baby clinics will end visitors in Williamsburg.    held beginning Friday, Feb. I Born, to Mr.    and Mrs. Robert Wy- ! the    W.    C. T. U. rooms from land, a boy, at    their home in Scheil-    4 p.    rn town, a suburb of Williamsburg.    day thereafter The Pansy    Circle class of the Lutheran Sunday school held its1 monthly meeting on Monday evening, Feb. 9. with the teacher Miss Mavme Borst. The devotions and line, school nurse, and Miss Jean business of the class were trans- I Noll, state nurse. The clinic will acted after which a social hour offer free services to the mothers with refreshments was very much I of small children and it is expected enjoyed. Those present were Nan- that a large number of women who cy Lecrone, Mrs. Ruth Crape, Hel- have been looking forward to a baby en Downing, Catherine Downing, I clinic for sometime will avail them- MOUNT UNION Theodore Smelker is now improving every day a little after being 3 Jo    i*critically ill    at    his    East    Shirley and continuing    every Fri-    street home    and    it    is    believed    that at the same hour. he will recover. These clinics are being    sponsored    ^ rr bv the Mother’s club of    Bellefonte.    n,s Defile The examining physician will be exPe‘ s ° r('t assisted bv Miss Daise    L. Keich- nown of Cacto, the new and different medicine, is that those to whom it brings nealth and happiness in trade for pain and suffering tell others of this wondrous medicine. Thus the fame of Cacto grows; no wonder it is known as the medicine with thousands of friends. Right here in Altoona this marvelous medicine is gaining new friends every day. Cacto’s fame is spreading to all sections of the city and hundreds are calling at the lecture room as well as to Sitnek’s drug stores to take , pare’s with Cacto. on every organ in the body, as Cacto does, getting them to work in harmony one with another perfect health can now be enjoyed by all. Nervous, run-down men and women whose strength has been sapped by modern maladies, springing from thin blood, disordered stomach, constipation, liver or kidney or rheumatic troubles, which are the base of so many ills, and who must have more strength, better assimilation, regulated circulation, quick and effective toning up of the nerves, in short, a regeneration of the internal body, will find that nothing com- advantage of the free offer. There is no secret about Liberal Free Test Offer Cacto. , So absolutely certain is Mr. F. M. All who suffer and who would know i Worner, the Cacto Man, who Has un school in the class of 1929. House for Rent. Modern improvements. Good location. Lvnn A. Br un. Adv. main until able to be around and resume her household duties. SOUTH ALTOONA 4-room apt., bath. 5-rooni apt., bath. AU modern    conveniences. Phone W. C. .Schilling, 447-J. Adv. Mrs. William Adams of North Pine street has been housed in on account of having the grippe. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and family have moved from Shand avenue to the Adams cottage on Leslie street. Mrs. Paul Locke of Second street —    i    has    been    housed    in    this last week Jones, pastor of I with the grippe. Mrs. Winifred Troxal, Mrs. Roy Lauffer, Mae Treese. Lilah Colbert, May me Borst and Mrs. Charles Al-lender. CRESSON selves of this opportunity to have their children up to three years of age weighed, measured and given physical examination. The following marriage licenses were issued the past week by Register Harry A. Rossman: John Ger- sanatorium very .shortly where she has been receiving treatment. The Boy Scouts, troop 2, under Charles Mosser, have a very clever and interesting window display in the Peduzzi shop window on Jefferson street, next to Wike’s res- 1 taurant. In one window is a Boy I .Scout camp in miniature, .showing i the tents, siKnal towers, flag pole, : etc., and in front of these a swim- I ming pool with the diving board ^ and raft and everything complete. | It is very clever. In the other window are a number of photo- who recently returned to the city, and is now giving lectures daily at 2 p. rn. and 7.30 in the evening at 1333 lith Ave., to explain just how this remedy works, and why it triumphs in the obstinate cases that have defied and resisted every form of treatment. Cease to grope in darkness; join the happy hundreds Drug distribution to prove to every sufferer the absolute merit of Cacto. To regulate the free distribution, this Marvelous Medicine is put up in a special advertising package, containing two full size one dollar bottles which sold for $1.00. The free trial bottle is given as an advertisement, a test, so that one can try it in his individual case. After taking man, jr., Philipsburg, and Mary Rra?hs takon by these boys Vetr-onUn fUearfiAiH- Raiihan w °f them are views of trips el A birthday and Valentine party Fetcenko, Clearfield; Reuben W. Packer and Catherine M. Singer, ' both of Orviston: (herald W. Sun- I HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA. TODAY AND TOMORROW HAROLD LLOYD in “Feet First” Comedy, t hapter 4 “The Leather Pothers" Rev. Russell G on8 #o°^hAltr^ Baptist mission I The W. C. T. U. held its regular j will be sponsored by Court Joan of I day“ and Mollie B. Stover, both of Sh    ;    meeeting Monday evening at the Arc, No. 716> Catholic Daughters of Pleasant Gap. and Fourth avenues, invites you to i home of Mrs. D. L. Cogan of Elm .    .    ,    j      ._ the Thursday evening services at | street. The meeeting was called to I Amerlca, in their lodge on Ashcroft J 7-30.    ^    |    order    by the president, Mrs. Amy avenue, Monday evening, Feb. 16, Mrs. Carl Benson of 4103 Fifth | Isenberg. The scripture lesson was at 8 o’clock. The event marks the avenue, who has been failing in [ read bv Mrs. Elizabeth Clark, fol- ninty.    ..    ,,    . , j zw    w    A,    ,    i    ninth birthday of the Cresson chan- lowed with prayer by Mrs. Clark,    . after which the following readings j,er- Miss Catherine Noel, daughter Some trips end hikes and a number of them are of the cabin on the Hammond farm in Hill Valley which they have recently fixed up for a lodge. Be sure and see these window displays. that are now taking Cacto in this one boule according to directions, city and you too will become a Cac- you do not bud Cacto to be auto convert and join them in telling parlor to any medicine you have ever health for the past several weeks, was removed to the Mercy hospital last Sunday afternoon where she will receive medical treatment. Last Thursday evening a very enjoyable birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sutton at 428 Fortieth street in honor of their grandson Merle Putman’s seventh birthday. The evening was quickly passed in games and music. At 8 o’clock a delicious luncheon was served. A large birth were given: “An Appeal to Moth- I of Mr. and Mrs PUPILS WHO MAKE PERFECT RECORDS WESTWOOD PARK LOWELL SCHOOL. Grade I day cake with seven candles graced | burgh, he thanking the Union for the table. Those present were Ma- J the afkan sent to him at Cfyrist-rian Schweitzer. Mary Catherine , mas time. The treasurer’s report Green, Carolyn Miller, Oliver John- I showed $3.75. An order was drawn son, Ruth Snyder. Royetta Sutton, to pay for flowers bought; dues Pear.e Marie Sutton, Dean Hile- paid, $2; collections, 50 cents. It man, Eddie Lane, James Robison, i was decided to hold the meeting Paul Alcott, Junior McGraw. Thorn- i the third Friday of each month. Albert A. Noel, ers,” Mrs. Cogan; “Talk on Cigaret Keystone avenue, la general chair-Smoking,” Mrs. Lonsdale; “Com- lady of the committee in charge of mon Sense," Mrs. Corl; “The Ciga- 'the party and will be assisted by ! ret Advertisement,” Mrs. Clark; I Mrs. Mary Parrish, Miss Martina I “Biographical Sketch of Francis E. Owens, Mrs. Jessie Parrish, Mrs. ;    _____ Willard,” Mrs. Cesser; "Great Soul \ Catherine Paske, Mrs. Matilda Pas- Detwiler. Robert Haigh, Chester of Francis Willard, Kathleen Co- ! kc, Mrs. Agnes Ryan, Mrs. Esther Hughes Horst Malsatzki Myrven gam The president then read a 1 Renzo and Miss Dora Sanker. The Neaffer’ Michael Scarangelli, John letter from Walter Borham, who Is ! date of tile party was originally yhaehtner George Soidner Ida Kerin the Marine hospital in Pitts- | established for Tuesday, Feb. 17, : dinand, ui-ma Lukehart, Erma Mos- - I but at a special meet ing of the , ehelli, Mary Pellegrino. I Grades 2 and 3—Alton Detwiler, VALI from ENT1NES Ic £ $1.50 im (hears Stationery Store Allegheny St , Hollidaysburg, Pa. committee held Tuesday evening, the event was brought forward one day. Alexander Mullen, a former Cresson resident who sustained injuries when struck by an automobile at „ ______ ______ ..         North    Platte.    Neb.,    last week is as Coleman, Amy Shaner, Merle j Those present were Mrs. Amy Isen- reported getting along pretty nicely Du ♦ rn am    A    »>/4    »nn    a    »I    —    _    TU    11__I.    .    _    ,    ,    _ _    ?    ,    i    " berg, Mrs. Annie Lonsdale, Mrs. Maud Gesser, Mrs. Elizabeth Clark, Mrs. Rose Corl, Mis. Jennie Cogan and Miss Kathleen Cogan. The next meeting will be held at the home Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tschopp and daughter Miss (Henna of Harrisburg have returned home after .spending several days with their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Steigleman. Mrs. Sam Ingham of Park ave-Daniel Catalano, Russell    I* confined to her home having had the misfortune to fall on a glass    jar,    cutting her    arm.    three stitches being necessary to close the wound. Mr.    and    Mrs. Carl    Snyder    and sons Carl, jr., and Bobby were    Sun day callers on friends here. Mr.    and    Mrs, Bruce    Eaton    and Neil Douglas, Fred Elvey, James ,    ----     -    *»»U4<        «iU laia, Edward Kutz, Warren Laugh- son Bobby spent Sunday as guests lin, Edward Moschella, Herbert !    and    ^rs-    S.    E.    Steigleman. Mock, Duayne Parks, Bernard Wey- I Harry Norris of Juniata was a ant. Jack Weyant, George Wol't, I recen}_ caller at the home of Mr. Putman. Ardrene Coleman, Elizabeth Giffen, Alice Sutton, M. C. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Sutton. Rev. G. R. Alban, pastor of the Schum Memorial United Brethren in the North Platt hospital. FLORAL VALENTINES church at 4226 Broad avenue, in- I of Mrs. Rose Corl, 208 Locust street, vites you to the revival services at March 20. 7 30 o’clock Vhis evening.    j    Mrs.    S. N. Harpster was called Mrs. John    R. Lytle of 3943    Bur-    '    to Chicago Monday due to the death goon road is    slowly recovering    from    :    of an uncle. an attack of grippe.    Mrs.    Ella Butterbaugh of Fourth Jack rsorris of 3935 Burgoon    road    I    avenue has been    ill the last week. has gone to    Clinton. la., where he    Mrs. John Coho    and children have has accepted a position.    j    an been very sick for two we^ks Melvin McClellan, a basketball j with the grippe, player for the Altoona Junior High Miss Thelma Lindemer and Ray-school team, is confined to his home mond Scott of Altoona were Sun-suffering from an injured ankle he | day guests at the home of Mr. and received while playing against Hoi- i Mrs. B. M. Lindemer. ndaysburg last Friday evening. Mel- C. W. Gesser of Altoona was a ~ ?.on ^r’ and ^rs George I Tuesday evening guest at the home y McClellan of 3818 Sixth avenue. of his brother W. M. Gesser. Your friends will appreciate beautiful flowers best. Our selection includes Roses, violets, sweet peas, Tulips, daffodils, calendulas, carnations. We suggest corsages, heart baskets or potted plants. YOUNGKIN FLORAL CO. Phone Cresson 38 Norman Park, Margaret Benz. Evelyn Bravin, Elsie Elvey, Erna Diror-ra, Marlene Haigh, Helen Huber, Anna Laughlin, Adeline Leoni, Martha Neaffer, Anna Neugebauer, Caroline Scarangelli, Martha Sisler, Lenora Wolf. • Grades 3 and 4 Jimmy Colombo, Robert Detwiler, Harry Elvey, Dur-wood Haigh, John Roth, Robert Sooey, Leo Storashon, Arthur Weyant. Pe8gy Detwiler, Elvira Leoni, Jennie Leoni, Cecelia Montrella, Rose Roefaro, Jane Rudasill, Martha Watson, Katharine Catalano. Grades 5 and 6—John Bravin, Alfred Colombo, America Colombo, John Dorfice, Stephen Herter, Gerald Hughes, Orville Hughes, Anthony Scarangelli, Joe Socey, lo-landa Bravin, Dorothy Burgess, Nancy laia, Grace Keagy, Mary Montrella, Angeline Roefaro, Elizabeth Scarangelli, Lois Watson. recent caller at and Mrs. Sam Ingham. I his is the night for the monthly meeting of the Logan Parent-leacher association. The social and program committees have prepared special entertainment. A full attendance is desired. The executive committee will meet at 6.30 In the •school for a short business session. Howard Ashcroft of Philipsburg spent Saturday among friends here. others what Cacto has done in restoring you to health. If you are tired and discouraged of using medicines and treatments with- used, and you are to be the sole judge, you are at liberty to return the empty bottle and the full one. together with the carton and your money will be refunded. Complete ROARING SPRING ROARING SPRING theatre “SCOTLAND YARD" with •loan Bennett und Edmund Lowe. Fox Movietone News and Comedy First Showing Two Beautilul New Vidor Radios Startling additions to the already wonderful line of Victor Radios. Everything that fine radios should have. Winter Music Store 1415-lltli Ave. \ ;