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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Altoona, Pennsylvania Want and i 4-7171.-the Altoona Mirror Altoona pa., sat Ray Jine is 1964. Our boarding House with major Hoople presbyterians maintain two Homes in area nooks a ��4tu6.�?~ soil a ceal locker Fok Gregory at of Johas Awo Haj sri m Hek-f0�a jn06� Flomot Ahti Twat Ewo co shot up 1w06e men at the cd b who Stag wow Evart Iweis Vav word or. Fenwick i Uva to his nou be grasped the <1 brag pfc essence of Gregory a could a Perrikman Cut homed to dominate i ate by halt Kaff the con of to Hao a bit More i vt�satk�4 i time to Hane taught at a him to Dropkick a j f Barq eks football from icon Tentio the so Yard line an idea first expressed in a Church meeting in Altoona in the Winter of 1919-20 has grown into the United presbyterian Homes of Hollidaysburg and Philipsburg which have 194 guests cared for by a staff of 117 full and part time employees. Strangely enough it was the Success of a Campaign to raise funds for a $.150,000 addition to the Hollidaysburg Home in i960 which led to the new Philipsburg Home being purchased As the second unit. Blair county a loss was centres gain primarily because the presbyterians were offered the seven Story Philips hotel for $300 -000 to provide a Home for elderly people that it would have taken an estimated $1,250,000 to build. Miss Eli a Barron of Holl Davs drug was the first of 14 guests when Huntingdon presbytery opened the Home at Hollidaysburg dec. 31, 1925. It culminated a program begun in october 1923, when a committee was authorized to plan a Home and collect the funds. Contracts were let nov. 14, 1924, first unit of United presbyterian Homes Hunting Don presbytery of the United presbyterian Church opened this colonial Smyle Home to guests in december 1925, after title was taken May 2, 1924. The first Wing South built in 1925 was balanced with a second Wing North erected in 1928 and with at Philipsburg when the hotel olt our Way Home was opened there in 1961 and then returned last fall. It might be noted too that mrs. Kelley since her retirement has been a Hollidaysburg Home Resi gift of $67,750. With other Money Dent where she is a healthy 91 a for remodelling the Keller Home at 220 Newry St., Gays poit for which title had been taken Mav involved building a South Wing a for which j. C. Dysart had willed a raised by subscription the new Home was Able to care for about 30 women. Quot die second Wing was erected on the North Side of a he colonal style Brick Home in 1928. The two Story Wing with 24 rooms and two Large Sun porches costing $47,000, balanced the structures appearance. A House for employees also was erected at the rear. Years of age superintendents of the Homes were the Rev. R. P. Miller from 1925 to 1935 the Rev. Ralph w. Lingsworth jr., August 1936 to Mav 1946 the Rev. Gusty p. West May 1946 to May 1954, and the Rev. John p. Martin from june 1954 to present. Between Rev. Miller and Rev. Klingworth d. Shelley Kloss and by 1935, in its ninth year the Somerville served Brief Hollidaysburg Home had 52 guests. In the first nine years 85 had been admitted and 32 of the guests periods As acting superintendents. Since Rev. Martin the title has been changed to administrator died. The 100th guest was admitted and with the second Home in Phi i solid mahogany curio $139.00 2 drawers antique brass drawer pulls s Glass shelves. Sin 25x114 inches. Height 17 inches. Schaefer furniture bedroom dining room and living room visit our showroom. 2nd floor Greenwood intersection a i in 1937. First Matron was mrs. Annie c. Witherow who previously had been in charge of the Altoona y w c a. After mrs. Witherow a in Ideath nov. 19, 1932, subsequent f matrons were i miss Sarah b. Woodward 1931 i to 1938 mrs. Sarah t. Kelley 1938 to 1946 mrs. Gusty p. West i May 1946 to May 1954 mrs. J Icharles Sterrett july 1954 to k june 1957 mrs. Mary Mccurdy a june 1957 to january 1961 mrs. I Rebecca Brownlee january 1961 to september 1963 mrs. My 4 i Curdy september 1963 to present. Mrs. Mccurdy became Matron i Isburg an administrative assistant j. Lester George based at Philipsburg began april i 1963. Rev Martin continues to reside at Hollidaysburg. The Hollidaysburg Home had a close Brush with disaster sept. 9, 1957, when a fire caused by electrical wiring routed the 58 guests and caused some $35,000 Worth of damage. With 66 guests and a lengthening list of applicants by 1959, the presbytery in 1960 approved a Campaign for $350,000 to enlarge boost College the Home and include an 18-bed infirmary. Then after the Money was pledged e. S. Shuck owner Cia int Shaw is Asai Gnad to the groups signal company at fort Buckner. He entered the army in january 1957 and was last stationed in Japan. The 26-Ycar-old Soldier son of or. Ami mrs. Wayne e. Shaw of Hyde is a 1966 graduate of Clearfield High school. La col. Jerry b. Lauer Quantico a. Army it col. Jerry b. Lauer son of or. And mrs. C. E. Lauer of 749 Spang St., roaring Spring pa., completed senior school last month at Marine school Here. During the nine month course senior officers of the armed forces and Allied countries received instruction in the tactics and techniques of Modem sea assault warfare. Special emphasis was placed upon command and staff functions normally encountered in Landing forces composed of one or Mort Marine divisions and Marine air Craft wings. Pvt. Thomas l. Brooke Korea a army pvt. Thomas l. Brooks whose wife Vickie lives at Martinsburg re i pa., and other members of Headquarters company 1st battalion i. _. Lof the 7th infantry divisions 17th by j. R. Williams a Annin for a Homecoming oct infantry participated in a fire ,9. To and la and has offered to Power exercise in Korea May extend a Welcome to the new 18-20. Brooks entered the army in dorm residents with an alumnae August 1963. He completed Basic Tea and an alumni smoker during training at fort Gordon ga., was orientation week. They also edit Al ast stationed at fort Benning weekly column in saturdays Edi Ira and arrived overseas in Janu other improvements now provides quarters for 75 women and a staff of 53. A Campaign for $3-50.sss to enlarge the Hollidaysburg building in Imi led to the Purchase of the seven Story Philipsburg hotel which since has been converted to quarters for both single persons and married couples holding 119 guests and a staff of �?�4. The Rev. John p. Martin is administrator. Ary 1964. The 20-year-old Soldier son of or. And mrs. James h. Brooks of Thurmond re i n.c., attended Bel air md., High Tion of the Altoona Mirror called the Ivy Leaf which features news of alumni faculty and the school. The current president. C. David Kimmel is also a member of the school. Staff at Altoona Campus. His official title is assistant director of Howard e. Smith development and he is involved in . Charles f. Adams student activity Public relations Howard e. Smith electronics and alumni work. The first presi technician third class son of or. Dent of Altoona Campus alumni and mrs. Walter j. Smith of Richard Rabold is a member of Tyrone re 3, pa., recently visited the advisory Board and the in new York City aboard the Navy mediate past president miss Kae guided missile destroyer . Parks teaches English compose Charles k Adams. While in new Tion at Altoona Campus. Men and women in the service Kenneth e. Acker Kenneth e. Acker son of or. York he had an Opportunity to visit the world s fair. Adams normally operates out of Charleston . 58th Street methodist schedules school the vacation Church school of the fifty eighth Street methodist Church will begin on monday . Alumni today a present Altoona Campus expand its activities each year. To has never lost sight of its main objectives anything to promote the general welfare of the Altoona Campus. It is unique in that Many of its and mrs. Elmer e. Acker of 201 morning june 15, at 9 ., and Coleridge ave. Was recently enlisted in the coast guard. Kenneth a 1964 graduate of Altoona High school will receive 12 weeks of recruit training at the coast i How to be suddenly slim. I we Ain members go to schools other than of the seven Story Philipsburg alumni chapter had its Start soon Penn Sta e after Altoona Campus p hotel built in 1925�?same year the after the school moved of Ivy Side yet retrain their loyalty to the i. Hollidaysburg Horn began a of Campus. A meeting called by the local school. In the Early Days i pc my 10 presbytery tor administration outlined the Desir when funds were scarce everyone $300,000. Ability for such an organization pitched in to help with newsletter with the permission of the and then turned the proceedings mailings the Foremost project at Over to the former students As Lime. Ser bled. Today the society continues with ,. ,. He 8roup proceeded to or the newsletters but has helped to take Over the Philipsburg hotel Ranize elect officers after Long with fund drives established this the sixth floor was converted to committee meetings came up with year an annual fund drive of its pledges plans for the Hollidaysburg addition were dropped and presbytery decided april i 1961, a a a la. Fashions i Lycra Span Lex Long leg Girdle suddenly slim the Girdle that slims an hourglass figure. Lycra spandex blend in White. Sizes Small medium Large extra Large. 13.95 regular Girdle. 12.95 a pm War net of Nylon acute # and Span Don with Nylon front panels. An infirmary As part of improve agents costing $275,000. On which $64,000 still is owed. Of the $300. 000 Purchase Price the presbytery still owes or. Schuck $46,000. Hollidaysburg Home now has 75 women guests and a staff of 53, while 119 men and women reside at Philipsburg managed by a staff of 64. Hollidaysburg has no provision for married couples 1 Philipsburg was Able to provide i for such retirements. President of the Board of the two Homes is Jthompson Henry of Centre county who is the Only living member of the group of officers who signed the original articles of incorporation for the Home in 1925. Hats up St. Joseph. To. Up a the hat business is on the upgrade with emphasis on Texas style head pieces a spokesman for the Stevens hat corp. Says. He described the Model which he called the a a lbs As a a popular Semi Western dress the pre creased hat has a 24 Inch brim. A decorative pin is attached to the band. Resumes milk Export Washington up a the agriculture department announced Friday it has resumed the Sale for Export of non fat dry milk. Continue for two weeks in daily sessions from 9 . To 11.30 Monday through Friday. Classes will be conducted for boys and girls from kindergarten through _. _ 7,. N Junior High school on the them a Romr Mcelvin censer Cape Jesus Quot including the. Following Mav n j courses kindergarten a Jesus the sp.5 Donald w. Shaw fort Buckner Okinawa a sp.5 Donald w. Shaw whose wife Susan lives in Curwensville pa., completed a two week jump master kindergarten. Teacher a primary a Jesus a How de gods love a Junior a the Wai called Jesus a and Junior High a come follow this curriculum material Tho a Iwu Witk Juntip Nasiri _. A course by the army 1st special cooperative Sones is premed by forces group Here May 28. Dot Manv ing the course specialist Shaw re gather. The 1964 courses pro Cei Ved training in the methods of opportunities assistance in Parachute Jesus As god s Bon. To he qualified As an expert Para cent him As lord and to Snar Chutis and will Aid Novice Para Good news of the gospel according Constitution and continues to own conducts an artist series is cd Utiss during their training. Spe to their level of ability. Look Slimmer in a bathing suit tumm be Breed Dex in White Only. Small medium and Large. Also available in new free stride action Girdle version White. Pm amp Cross rules using the following is letters in the Blank squares below How Many words can you form vertically and horizontally 7 use same word Only once and no proper nouns or plurals please. When words contain less than 5 letters and Are in same line�?le., a Toice Quot scoring is i it. For word to and 3 pts. For word maximum number of Points per line is five. To assist you we have inserted a few additional letters. 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The Price a Low lows 6 is a you can win a Beautiful Kingsberry Home on Bill Cullens i Quot Tho Price is right Friday nit on Chon not 4 at 9 30 a it a a Imp m i a a 4 i �?T21.900 it can save you thousands of dollars during a Twenty year mortgage All House features include forced air baseboard heat by International of Utica family rated water Heater by Rheem if Hardwick built in oven and Range top with a Bumer with a brain if Light by Arkla if Patio Barbecue Grille by Falcon All Quality names in a Quality House Longfellow Ayi. Lawall a. It 444 Tail by Ian Avo. Pleasant Valley it a Plank re. Builder and contractor Fred e. Young. Inc Hollidaysburg Rhone of 5-9044 our see our other two a fall House of savings Homes on Morningside ave. During open House saturday and sunday. Enter Morningside ave. Off Plank Road next to Unkel Joe a woodshed

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