Democratic watchman. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1855-1940, May 27, 1921, Image 5
Bellefonte The Sixth Button center of an Eagle Shirt this spring—one more than on other makes—six buttons drawn up in close frontformation to prevent embarrassing €xpo- sures even with the lightest fabrics—six buttons, every one sewn on with twenty per cent. more stitches than manufacturers consider “necessary.” The sixth button | ~ is another reason why men prefer Eagle Shirts. Montgomery & Co. Y eo will find six buttons down the box plait State College In the Churches of the County. AAAS SAAS LAA ASL A ASS | PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sabbath services as follows: Morn- ing worship at 10:45. Evening wor- ship at 7:30. Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m. Prayer service every Wednes- day evening at 7:45. A cordial wel- come to all. W. K. McKinney, Ph. D., Pastor. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY. Christian Science Society, Furst building, High street, Sunday service 11 a. m. Wednesday - evening meet- ing at 8 o'clock. To these meetings all are welcome. A free reading room is open to the public every Thursday afternoon from 2 to 4. Here the Bible and Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. Subject, May 29th, “Ancient and Mod- ern Necromancy, Alias Mesmerism.” ——A geranium sale for Memorial day will be held by Mrs. George A. Miller, at the Miller hardware store, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 3 May 26, 27 and 28. 20-2t ST. JOHN'S REFORMED CHURCH. Next Sunday morning, Sunday school at 9:30 and church services at 10:45. There will be no evening serv- ives on account of the High school baccalaureate. Ambrose M. Schmidt; D. D., Minister. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:45. The American Legion will attend in a body. No evening wor- ship on account of High school bacca- laureate sermon. Visitors welcome to all services. Rev. Wilson P. Ard, Minister. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services for the week beginning May 29: First Sunday after Trinity, 8 a. m. Holy Communion. 9:45 a. m. church school. 11 a. m. Mattins and sermon, The Heart of Sunday Ob- servance.” 7:30 p, m. evensong and sermon, “War Memorials * in Belle- fonte.” Monday, Memorial day, 7:30 a. m. Requiem Eucharist in behalf of those who have given their lives - for America. Friday, 7:30 p. m. Litany and instruction. Visitors always wel- come. Rev. M. DeP. P. Maynard, Rector. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bible school 9:80, serman 10:45. Junior League 2 p. m. Senior League 6:30. Sermon to graduating class of High school 7:30. The public is cor- dially invited. Coleville—Bible school 2:30 p. m. Alexander Scott, Minister. PINE GROVE MENTION. Mrs. Anna Fortney motored to Bellefonte on Sunday to visit friends. Miss Nannie Bailey is seriously ill with heart trouble at her home at Bai- leyville. Miss Beulah Johnson, who has been quite ill at State College, is now im- proving. L. E. Peters and Irvin Walker spent Thursday at Spring Mills in quest of dairy stock. Mrs. G. W. O'Bryan, who has been ill the past month, is now able to be up and aound. The venerable Joshua Potter, of Centre Hall, was within our gates on Sunday evening. Don’t forget the Epworth League festival in the I. O. O. F. hall tomor- ow (Saturday) evening. A hunting Jog bearing a tag with the name “F. L. Haupt” is at the Roy Henry home east of town. Robert Harned, a Civil war veteran, of Warriorsmark, was a caller at the James Kustaborder home on Sunday. J. C. McGinley, of Cleveland, Ohio, is spending his : vacation with his gandfather, Charles H. Martz, and fishing for trout. Harold Ward Tate, of Philadelphia, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tate, has been visiting relatives and friends in the valley the past week. Miss Ethel Hanna and Miss Mabel ! the household’ goods. Goss, typos in the Tyrone Times of- fee, air the latter end of the week with friends in the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Dale, of the Branch, with their daughter Vir- ginia, and Miss Irene Pletcher, visit- ed friends in town on Sunday. Mrs. Cyrus Goss is quite ill at her | home in this place as the result of |: ! emorrhages , and members of her family have been summoned home. Mrs. W. C. Frank, who two weeks ago underwent a serious operation at the Bellefonte hospital, was brought home on Wednesday well on the way to recovery. The Refomed and Lutheran Sunday schools will hold a joint festival at Pine Hall on the evening of Memorial day. Proceeds will be for the benefit of the Citizens band. H. S. Brandt, of the Anti-Saloon League, lectured in the Methodist church last Thursday evening, his au- dience contributing $37.00 to help , along the good work. f Rev. H. S. Babcock, of State Col- | lege, will deliver the Memorial day : address here on Monday at 2 p. m., and Rev. Wilson P. Ard, of Bellefonte, will speak at Pine Hall ‘at 6 p. m. Miss Ruth Watt, of Pittsburgh,’ spent several days here with her par- ents, Mx: and Mys. E, M. Watt, last week, before going to Williamsport, y where she has been transferred for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Musser, Clay- ton Corl and lady friend, Mack Fry, wife and two boys motored to old , Rock Forge on Spring creek Sunday | afternoon and enjoyed a picnic supper of ham and eggs. Mr. and Mrs. David Houser and! daughter Madaline, of Lemont, were dinner guests at the James Kustabor- \ der home on Sunday. Mrs. Houser is | an invalid as the result of a stroke of | paralysis, but enjoyed the outing. | A big dance was given at the W. H Harpster home on Wednesday night, which was largely attended by the young folks. George Reed and Bert - Ward furnished the music. Refresh- | ments were served and a delightful | time was had by all. At noon last Friday the large stone house on the Dr. John B. Baumgard- ner farm at, Graysville, caught fire and was completely destroyed owing to lack of water. e farm was ten- anted by Oscar Gilliland and family and they: succeeded in saving most: of The house was ! insured and will be rebuilt at once. |! A Day Generally Observed. | Memorial day, May 30, is a focal holiday in all of the States save Ar- | kansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, | Mississippi, North Carolina, South | Carolina and Texas. The southern | States have Confederate memorial days on various dates. ——Get your job work done at this | office and get it right. | NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. F- Mrs. J. THOMAS MITCHELL, 66-21-1t Bellefonte, Pa. OR SALE.—Good farm of 117 acres in SALE.—A Glennwood range, in perfect condition, Inguire of east Nittany valiey. Inquire of FURST & HESS, Beech oaooek OUSE FOR SALE.—A 7 room house, with 4 acres of ground and out- buildings, located at Roopsburg, is for sale. Inquire of Mrs. ALFRED i Bellefonte, Pa., <P. IDS WANTED.—The Bellefonte School Board solicits bids for 300 tons of bituminous coal, to be delivered to both school buildings. Bids should be gent to A. C. MINGLE, on or botore June 66-19-4t* Dp. Farmers and Others Take Notice. I will insure dwellings at $1.00 a hun- dred and barns at $1.60 a hundred on the cash plan, for three years, as against fire and fe ghtning. J. M. KEICHLINE, 66-16-6m Bellefonte, Pa. S TOCKHOLDER'S MEETING.—The an- nual meeting of stockholders of the Centre Building and J.oan -Associa- tion for the election of Directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may come before them, will be held at the office of Bellefonte Trust Co., on Friday evening, June 10th, 1921, at 8 o'clock. CHAS. F. COOK, 66-21-3t Secretary. Notice! All retail establishments of Bellefonte will Close their Places of Business Every Thursday at 12 o’clock noon, beginning Thursday June 2nd, and con- tinuing until Thursday Sep- tember 29th, inclusive. Associated Business Men of Bellefonte, Penna. 66-19-3t Caldwell & Son BELLEFONTE, PA. Plumbing a and Heating By Hot Water Vapor Steam Pipeless Furnaces Full Line of Pipe and Fittings AND MILL SUPPLIES FE ALL SIZES OF Terra Cotta Pipe and Fittings |= | Estimates Cheerfully and Promptly Furnished. 66-15 Straw Hats Good quality of straw and fine workmanship and style together with Spencer Special Prices put. the highest, value into Straw Hats at.... 2.98 Full Line of Furnishings for the Summer Spencer Economy Store BELLEFONTE. PA. Investing Money Have you had strangers call on you and offer stock with the assurance that it would sell much higher Read what a leading financial journal has to say about such statements : within a short time? ““When the smooth talking bond salesman tells you the price will advance im- mediately, you may set the proposition down as a If the salesman really knew of such an advance he would not be benevolently sharing it to invest quickly because swindle. ’y with a perfect stranger. When putting good money into a proposition why not ask your banker about it. protect you and his advice is usually trustworthy. The First National Bank Bellefonte, Pa. His only desire is to New Perfect Nesco Oil Stoves have them all beaten for Economy of Operation and Satisfactory Work A—Has the Rockweave Asbestos Indestructible Wick, which will not burn up. B— Will burn 26 hours on one gallon of oil. C—W:ill boil water in ten to twelve minutes, sooner than other popular makes of stoves. SEE IT BEFORE BUYING Vudor Porch Shades, Brown and Green, All Sizes Choice Remnants of Linoleum at Attractive Prices The Potter-Hoy Hardware Co. 66-6-tf SSSA AL PPA PPS PAS SLEDS PSA SALSA SS PSPS PSPSPS afl B APPS PPPIPSSS | ——=Subscribe for the “Watchman,” — NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HARTER NOTICE.—In the Court of Common Pleas of Centre county. No. 3 September Term 1921, Notice is hereby given that application will be made to the above Court on the 27th day of June, 1921, at ten o’clock a. m, under the Corporation Act of the Com- monwealth of Pennsylvania and the sup- plements thereto for a charter of an in- tended corporation to be called THE AMERICAN LEGION CLUB OF BELLE- FONTE the character and object of which is to unite the Veterans of the World War, the social culture of its members, the ren- dering of mutual assistance both in sick- ness and in health, the maintenance of club rooms for the Social enjoyment of its members and the decoration.of the graves of deceased soldiers on Memorial Day; and for these purposes to have and possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits and privileges of the said Act of Assembly and its Sup- plements. The Aron0sed Charter is now on file in the Office of the Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas of Centre County at Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylva- nia. ARTHUR C. DALE, Esq. . 66-20-4t Solicitor. Scenic Theatre Week-Ahead Program NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. EAL ESTATE.—J. M. KEICHLINE. real estate operator in Centre count buys and sells real estate. you want Xe buy or sell real estate write to him or call at his office in Temple court, Bellefonte, Pa. 65-28-6m XECUTRIX’'S NOTICE.—Letters tes- jamentary upon the estate of Mary Powers, late of Bellefonte bor- ough, Tr having been granted to the undersigned, all persons knowing them- selves indebted to said estate are request- ed to make prompt payment, and those having claims against the same must pre- sent them, duly authenticated for payment. KATHERINE E. WALKER, Executrix, Bellefonte, Pa. 66-20-6t Ira D. Garman Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry “JEWELRY MADE OVER” 11th Street Below Chestnut, 63-34-6m. PHILADELPHIA, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 28: MONDAY, MAY 30: and Topics. TUESDAY, MAY 31: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1: comedy and burlesque. THURSDAY, JUNE 2: you will like, don’t miss it. FRIDAY, J UNE 3: tle Italian girl and does it well. (Cut this out and save for reference). EILEEN PERCY in “THE LAND OF JAZZ.” Story of a girl who becomes an inmate of a sanitorium to try to win back chum’s sweetheart for her but wins him for herself. Also, Hal Roach Comedy. ALICE LAKE in “THE GREATER CLAIM.” character of a good chorus girl in a story as wife of millionaire’s son proves her worth. Just a good human interest story. Jack Pickford in “JUST OUT OF COLLEGE.” out who is given thirty days in which to double $20,000 and win a girl. clever humorous story that will please. NAZIMOVA in “BILLIONS.” Story of a Russian princess who seeks free- dom in America under non-de-plume. Also, Sunshine Comedy. WANDA HAWLEY in “HELD BY THE ENEMY.” A six reel story of the Civil war loaded with action, thrills, and many climaxes. ter Hiers, Lewis Stone, Agnes Ayers and Lillie Leighton all assist. A play Also, Pathe News and Review. CARMEL MYERS in “THE DANGEROUS MOMENT. » A story of Green- wich ‘village in which our star takes the part of a spunky, hot-headed lit- Lots of comedy. 5th episode of “THE AVENGING ARROW.” This star appeals in the Also, Pathe News Great story of a youth just A Also, The Gumps and a comedy. Six reels of a mixture of drama, Jack Holt, Wal- Sure to please. Also, and is fun from first to last. Neighbors.” Jewelers and 64-22-tf OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 27 AND 28 (Night Only) MACK SENNET’'S famous feature, “MARRIED LIFE” is certainly ‘‘great stuff,” featuring Chas. Murray, Ford Sterling, Louise Fazenda, Ben Tur- pin, Phillis Hawes and Chas. Conklin. Also, 2 reel Buster Keaton comedy, Don’t miss this show, it is sure fire. Graduation and Wedding Gifts sis iais “Gifts that Last” F. P. Blair & Son, Bellefonte, Pa. A great burlesque on melodrama “The | Optometrists and cheaply. them. 60-4 RAVAN TIONING O PP OP VP VV VT TOT ITTV IT TIT TIT IT IT IT I95977 TTT P7999 VPI YY VYVY) i The checking account is onl the many mediums through which this bank serves its customers. many other ways in which we can be helpful to you and it would be our pleasure to serve you in any or all of Handling Your Funds. A Business Worse who disburses funds at your direction, a secretary who keeps your accounts, a sleepless sentinel guarding your funds, a car- rier who delivers to all corners of the country—all these and many other of- fices are performed by the bank. Money which you wish to send with- in this city or to distant points is con- veyed by your check simply, safely one of There are CENTRE COUNTY Y BANKING Co BELLEFONTE, PA.