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Bellefonte, Pa., June 3, 1921.
Items of Interest Dished Up for the
Delectation of “Watchman” Read-
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PINE GROVE MENTION.
Paul Tate and wife, of Pittsburgh,
are visiting friends here.
Miss Athalia Ward, of Pittsburgh,
is here on a ten day’s vacation.
Miss Celia Gardner, of Tyrone, is
a visitor at the M. E. parsonage this
Mrs. Helen E. Roop and baby girl,
of Pitcairn, are visiting relatives in
Miss Nannie Glenn and Mrs. Cyrus
Goss are both somewhat improved in
Rev. Harry N. Walker and family,
of Milroy, were visitors here early in
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McCormick
spent Sunday at the E. C. Musser
Joel Ferre, of McElhatten,
itor at the G. W. Grimes
Will Fleming, of Alexandria, spent
a few hours at the S. E. Ward home
George Bell and wife came up from
Spruce Creek to assist in Memorial
Farmer John H. Strouse found his
best brood mare dead in her stall on
Ralph Reed, of Gallitzin, was here
the fore part of the week visiting his
brother, Wray Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johnson, of Mad-
isonburg, were at Mr. Johnson’s pa-
rental home on Monday.
Will Fye and wife, of Altoona, are
visiting Mr. Fye’s mother and other
relatives at State College.
Children’s day exercises will be held
in the Presbyterian church here at
7:30 o'clock Sunday evening.
Contractor S. E. Ward has broken
ground on Church street for a new
house for Mrs. Maggie Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kustaborder,
of Warriorsmark, are spending a few
days with old friends in the valley.
William Yarnell, of Ohio, has been
looking over the scenes of his boyhood
days in this section during the week.
A kitchen shower was tendered Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Sunday at their home
on Tadpole last Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kustaborder
and son Harry motored to Philipsburg
on Saturday to visit Mrs. Sue Hamer.
Dr. George Bailey Goheen, of Coal-
port, is spending a few days with his
father, John B. Goheen, at Baileyville.
George Smith and wife, C. M. Fye
and wife and Mrs. Esther Ritchie, of
Altoona, were here for Memorial day.
Mrs. S. E. Goss, of Reading, with
her sister, Mrs. Anna Williams, of Al-
toona, are visiting Centre county rel-
H. A. McKee and wife, of = Pitts-
burgh, are guests for a week at the
Charles Smith home on west Main
Dr. Frank Bailey and lady friend,
Miss Jenkins, of Milton, were recent
visitors at the old Bailey home at
Mr. and Mrs. George Louck, of
Bellefonte; Mrs. Harry Collins and
son William, of Pitcairn, were visitors
here on Monday.
Mrs. Dora McCormick, of Hublers-
burg, spent several days here with her
sisters, Sue and Sadie Dannley, at the
old family home. :
Fred Corl, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
K. Corl, was treated to a postcard
shower last Friday, on the occasion of
his 21st anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lytle and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Lytle, of Altoona,
visited friends at State College the
early part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wagner, and
daughter Helen, of Juniata, spent the
early part of the week in the valley,
visiting Mr. Wagner's mother, who is
in poor health.
Robert Koch, of the Lutheran Sun-
day school, and Mrs. Mary Burwell, of
the Presbyterian, will be the delegates
to the Sunday school convention at
Milesburg next week.
Mrs. Blair Gates spent last week
with her son William, at State Col-
lege, and later visited the family of
postmaster Barr in our town before
returning to her home at Gatesburg.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Musser and Mr.
and Mrs. D. S. Peterson are planning
to attend the one hundredth I. O. O. F.
anniversary in Philadelphia June 6th
to 10th, with a side trip to Atlantic
The Epworth League cleared fifty-
two dollars at the festival last Satur-
day evening, while the festival held at
Pine Hall on Monday evening for the
benefit of the Citizens band netted
Mr. and Mrs. John Sholl, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Sholl, Mrs. James Run-
kle, J. C. Swope and Miss Kline, all of
Altoona, were callers at the J. H. Wil-
liams home while on a motor trip
through this section.
John Chenowith, of Baltimore, Md.,
and Miss Mildred E. Harpster, a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foster
Harpster, of Dungarvin, were mar-
ried at the bride’s home last Saturday
by Rev. Ira E. Fisher.
A hard rain and thunder storm
passed over the valley last week,
washing out the roads and plowed
fields. Lightning struck the house of
N. E. Hess, at State College, and
knocked off a few bricks but did no
The generous people of Graysville
and vicinity gave Oscar Gilliland and
family a kitchen shower last Friday.
The Gillilands were recently burned
out and through the generosity of
their friends they are again well sup-
plied with kitchen utensils.
An auto collision occured at the
is a vis-
White Hall crossing on the state road
last Friday between the car of Wil-
liam Yarnell and that of Henry John-
son. Miss Beulah Johnson suffered a
nervous shock but none of the other
occupants of the cars were injured.
Both cars were damaged.
While the Goheen sisters, of Rock
Springs, were working in their garden
the other day they came across a large
snake. The reptile resented their in-
trusion and displayed a fighting spir-
it, but was finally killed by W. E. Mec-
Williams. Fishermen report snakes
unusually plentiful this year.
On Monday, May 23rd, grondmoth-
er Barbara Dreiblebis celebrated her
81st birthday at her home at Struble
with a gathering of her children and
grand-children. Her maiden name
was Grenoble and she was born in
Gregg township. She was married to
Daniel Dreiblebis in the fall of 1862.
They had six daughters and five sons,
all of whom are living. Mr. Dreible-
bis passed away in 1909, and Mrs.
Dreiblebis and two daughters, Maude
and Mary livein their new home at
Struble. The venerable lady is in
splendid health and so far has not felt
the need of glasses for reading or
working. All her children, thirty-
nine grand-children and five great
grand-children were present at her
birthday celebration which proved a
very happy event.
Memorial Day.—Memorial day serv-
ices in the Lutheran church were
largely attended last Sunday. The
choir was in charge of Dr. Krebs with
Mrs. Anna Reed at the organ. Kev.
Lutton preached an able sermon which
was very appropriate to the occasion.
Memorial day proper was fittingly
observed throughout the valley. Serv-
ices were held in the cemetery at
Pennsylvania Furnace at 9 o’clock in
the morning and at Graysville at ten
o'clock. Prof. Wright, of McAlevy’s
Fort, made the address and the Citi-
zen’s band furnished the music.
The exercises here took place at two
o'clock and were in charge of Capt. J.
0. Campbell Post, No. 272 G. A. R.
The parade included the Citizen's
band, I. O. O. F., the G. A. R., Amer-
ican Legion and school children. At
the cemetery Rev. Hammac led in
prayer, Rev. Lutton read the Memor-
ial day declaration; Roy Shoemaker
recited Lincoln’s speech at Gettys-
burg, while Miss Ethel Burwell and
Miss Pearl Bowersox gave splendid
recitations. Rev. H. S. Babcock, of
State College, delivered the Memor-
ial address. A squad of American
Legion men fired the salute.
‘At six o'clock an immense crowd
assembled at Pine Hall for the serv-
ices there. The parade to the cemete-
ry included the G. A. R., Sons of Vet-
erans, American Legion and school
children, led by the Citizen’s band.
Rev. Wilson P. Ard, of Bellefonte, de-
livered the address and others who
took part were Rev. A. M. Lutton,
Master Earl Neidigh, George Graham,
J. Laird Holmes and Rev S. C. Stover.
Pennsvalley Lodge No. 276 I. O. O.
F., will hold Memorial services on Sat-
urday, June 18th, at 6:30 p. m,, in the
Mrs. Lee Hain, of Sunbury, was a
guest of her father, H..E. Crouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. A. Bower, of
Bellefonte, spent a few days at their
home in this place.
Mz. and Mrs. Royer and son, of Al-
toona, were over Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Z. Huffley.
Murs. Leslie Miller and child, of
Woodlawn, are guests of Mrs. Miller's
mother, Mrs. C. W. Wolfe.
Harold Orwig, of Northumberland,
spent a few days with his grand-par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bright.
Murs. Paul Stover and little daugh-
ter Elizabeth, of Duncannon, called on
Squire and Mrs. Stover on Memorial
Mrs. Boyd Vonada and son Harry,
of Bellefonte, spent Memorial day
here with Mrs. Vonada’s father, J. H.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Brown have as
guests Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Long, of
Huston. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Long
Calvin Mingle and family, of
Wolf’s Store, spent Memorial day in
our village. The Mingle family in the
spring moved to Brush valley, where
Mr. Mingle is employed by Daniel
Mr. and Mrs. Spotts and little daugh-
ter, of Harrisburg, came up Saturday
and were guests of Mrs. Spott’s par-
ents,- Rev. and Mrs. Jacob Stover. Mr.
Spotts returned home Monday while
the family remained here.
Memorial day was fittingly observ-
ed in our quiet village. “Old Glory”
was seen floating everywhere. There
was a good crowd of people, many of
whom listened attentively to the
splendid address delivered.
Monroe Kramer, of Beaver Falls, is
spending a vacation with his daugh-
ter, Mrs. Walter Rupp. Last week
one day he autoed to Bellefonte, ac-
panied by his daughter and children,
the Misses Pearl King and Pauline
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Guisewite, of
Northumberland, spent a short time
with Mr. Guisewite’s sister, Mrs. B.
F. Stover. While in town they called
on a number of old neighbors and
friends, as they were once residents of
Mrs. Chestie Wert, of Rebersburg,
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Fiedler and Mr. and Mrs. James
Wert. Mrs. Wert was a one-time res-
ident of this town and her many
friends are always glad to see her and
have an old time chat.
——Loss to the government in op-
eration of the railroads under Feder-
al control will be about $120,000,000,
or $300,000,000 more than estimated
by former Director General Hines, ac-
cording to an estimate by Director
General Davis. :
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Mrs. Charles Redfield, of Covington,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Walter
Miss Josephine Poorman and broth-
er Clair were in Romola the past
week fixing up the graves of their
mother and sisters.
J. Ellis Harvey is very ill following
a business trip to New York city. He
has been in poor health for some time
and spent six weeks in a sanitarium
Miss Hazel Walker, who has been
staying with Mrs. Sam Gray as house-
hold assistant, spent the week-end vis-
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Walker, at Port Matilda. i
Mrs. William Lucas was called to
her home in Howard by the illness of
her sister, Miss Ardella Williams. Mr. |
Lucas left by auto for Howard, Sat- |
urday, accompanied by Clair Butler. |
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox, former
residents of this place, and their very |
interesting little family, and Mr. and
Mrs. Milford Cox and daughter Lil- |
lian, of this place, are all removing |
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Poorman, of |
Beech Creek, has been visiting friends
and relatives here. Mr. Poorman has |
received a call to a rather good job at |
State College. They are expecting to
remove from Beech Creek to State
Maurice Klinger and little son A-
len are visiting Mr. Klinger’s old
home and parents at Pine Grove
Mills. Mrs. Klinger and little daugh-
ter Alice are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. August Pricklemyer, at Mill
Hall. Both are expected home this
Miss Almeta Bixel spent the week-
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Bixel. Miss Bixel will gradu- |
ate this year from the Lock Haven |
Normal. As she is still quite young,
her graduation is exceptional. She is |
not only quite brilliant in her studies, |
but is also a musician of no ean
Children’s services will be held at
this place on the 12th of June, in the |
Claude Poorman, wife and family |
visited at the home of John Walker
Mrs. Samuel Lucas, of Warriors- |
mark, visited among her many friends
in this place last week. :
Mrs. Grant Houseman, of Altoona, |
spent Monday at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Annie Lucas. :
Mr. and Mrs. Elias Hancock attend-
ed the funeral of George Taylor, at
Milesburg, on Wednesday. |
Earl Kauffman returned to Phila-
delphia last Tuesday, after spending
a week’s vacation at his home. |
Mr. and Mrs. Stout, of Renovo, '
spent Monday at the home of Mrys.'!
Stout’s sister, Mrs. W. J. Kunes. |
Ellery Lucas and wife, of Snow
Shoe, spent Monday at the former’s |
home, Mr. and Mrs. John Lucas. i
Mrs. Claire Poorman and two chil- |
dren, of Hornell, N. Y., are visiting |
Mrs. Poorman’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hancock and
two daughters, of Philipsburg, spent
Sunday night at the home of Elias
Hancock, and attended Memorial serv-
ices on Monday at the Advent ceme-
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Kauffman and Miss
Madaline Yeager, of Jersey Shore, and
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