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and played on the piano by Miss Ma- | day evening the pupils presented her
ry Bingman. Miss Stover is a faith- | with a beautiful bouquet of pink and
ful and talented teacher and her good | white carnations. A nice little sum
work in Centre Hall is recognized and | was realized by the church as the re- |
appreciated. At the recital on Tues- sult of the recital.
Church Services Next Sunday.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. An hour of rest, inspira-
tion, fellowship, broadened vision and
deepened consecration. _ All other
services at usual hours.
come. Courteous ushers.
Coleville—Bible school 2:30. Evan-
gelistic services 7:30.
Alexander Scott, Minister.
ST. JOHN'S REFORMED CHURCH.
Next Sunday morning at 10:45—
20th anniversary service. At 7:30 p.
m. a song service. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. and C. E. meeting at 6:45
Ambrose M. Schmidt, D. D., Minister.
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Services for the week beginning
November 20: Sunday next before
Advent, 8 a. m. Holy Eucharist. 9:45
a. m. church school. 11 a. m. Mattins
and sermon, “Our Holy Catholic
Faith: I. Foundations.” 7:30 p. m.
evensong and sermon, “The Ending
of the Sacred Year.” Thursday,
Thanksgiving day, 7:30 a. m. Holy
Eucharist. 10 a. m. Mattins and ser-
mon. Friday, 7:30 p. m. Litany and
instruction. Visitors always wel-
Rev. M. DeP. Maynard, Rector.
——— Announcement was made on
Saturday of the engagement of John
Love Esq., of Bellefonte, and Miss
Martha Cameron Witmer, a daughter
of Robert Witmer, of Philadelphia.
No date has been set for the wedding.
J. D. Moore has been quite ill for
the past week, suffering from grippe.
The Ministerium met at the home
of Rev. Drumm on Tuesday after-
"On Sunday night a big Buick tour-
ing car started down over the side of
Nittany mountain, near the top. For-
tunately it came in contact with a big
tree, which kept it from landing near
the Brush valley road.
Mrs. and Mrs. George Breon and
daughter Laura spent several days
visiting among their old friends in
this locality. They came up from their
home in Reading to attend the golden
wedding of Mr. Breon’s parents, on
On Tuesday evening the class in pi-
ano and violin music taught by Miss
Byrd Stover, of Rebersburg, gave a
recital in the United Evangelical
church in this place, which proved a
treat to all who heard it. The church
was beautifully decorated with plants
and cut flowers and filled with a large
audience. The violin club, organized
only eight months ago, is composed of
Agnes Geary, pianist; Harold Durst,
James and Elizabeth Royer, Mary and
Ruth Bingman and Miriam Moore.
Their renditions showed remarkable
progress. The two little sons of Wil-
liam McClenahan, eight and nine
nine years old, played a duet very
beautifully on their violins. A num-
ber of little girls and boys played so-
los, duets and trios on the piano and
did very well. The more advanced
pupils rendered some difficult pieces
in a most creditable manner. One of
the numbers worthy of special men-
tion was “Loving Memories,” a com-
Vistors wel- |.
To be Given Away New Year's Eve
BRAND NEW FORD
Touring Car with Starter and Demountable Wheels
ASK OUR SALESMEN
“How Come the Giveaway One
WRITE OR CALL
BEATTY MOTOR CO..
Both Phones BELLEFONTE, PA
There will be offered at Public Sale at
Carson’s Livery Stable at DuBois a consign-
ment of 24 head of fine, tubercular tested
Holstein Freisian Cattle
Pure Bred Cows, Bulls and Young Heifers
Write for Catalogue. Don’t miss the Sale on
- Tuesday November 22nd, 1921
C. LUTHER LOWE
AT CARSON’S LIVERY STABLE AT1P M
position by the teacher, Miss Stover,
in your own home.
is a holiday for everyone, except
of work and of worry. This year make it an actual holiday, and a real
day of thanks for her, by dining out.
vigorating ride through the country to
pease the keen appetite your drive has given you,
PHILIPSBURG’S NEW HALF MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL
A glance at the menu below will convince you that it is an economy as
well as a pleasure, for it is served to you at a price that you cannot equal
the lady of the house. For her it is a day
And add to the enjoyment by an in-
Philipsburg. There you can ap-
by eating your
Cream of Tomatoes
Roast Stuffed Vermont Turkey, Cranberries
Baked Hubbard Squash
Fresh Crabmeat Cocktail
Salted Almonds Olives
Boiled Kennebeck Salmon, Hollandaise
Larded Tenderloin of Beef, Mushrooms
Boiled Onions in Cream
Hearts of Lettuce, 1000 Island Dressing
English Plum Pudding, Hard Sauce
Vanilla Ice Cream, Hot Chocolate Sauce
"This dinner will be served from 12:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M. and again for
those who prefer to dine in the evening, from 6 P. M. to 8 P. M. Price
$1.50 Per Plate. Table reservations may be made by mail or phone.
From Its Greatest
pendous At His
Run on Best.
It Was ‘and
Played at Splendidly
Top Prices Produced
... | A CONNECTICUT
Century J YANKEE j Watch :
Knights J T : the ’
on IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT Yankee
Century the Sun
Go to See Him :
Rescue Pull the
Every Person in Centre C
very Person in Centre County Should See It
PRE WAR PRICES
Matinee 2:30 p. m. Night 8:30
aimee - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24th, 1921
A Scene from the Honeymooners
TIP TOP MERRY MAKERS
“The Honeymooners 2
A Two Act Musical Comedy, with
JOE BURKHART, - - LEW ORTH AL COLEMAN
and a Dazzling Chorus of Gorgeous Girlies
SEAT SALE MONDAY AT MOTT DRUG CO.
50, .75, and $1.00 plus Tax
is og fe Difan Theatre Glo. 2000
Two Days J bn Tax Included
THE YEAR'S GREATEST
LOVE ACTION COMEDY
Mark Twain’s Greatest Comic Romance Picturized
Monday and Tuesday Nov 21 and 22
Matinees Daily at Two