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Young People’s Council at Altoona.
With such splendid young people’s
specialists as Charles E. Garran, su-
perintendent, from Massachusetts;
Miss Adella R. Sterrett, of the Boston
University; Henry R. Bowen, State
young people’s superintendent, of New
Jersey; R. A. Waite, associate direc-
‘tor of Danforth Foundation, and
Pennsylvania’s two leaders in young
people’s work, E. H. Bonsall Jr., and
Miss Esther I. Williams, it certainly
should be up to the young people’s
division of the Centre county Sunday
School association to send their full
allotment of delegates to the annual
young people’s council to be held in
the First Methodist church of Altoona
on April 24th, 25th and 26th.
It has well been said that “what
you put into a boy or girl stays with
them until the end,” and the young
people’s work of the State Sabbath
School association’s program is larger
than that of any other department.
At these councils are gathered sev-
eral hundred young people, the com-
ing leaders in church and Sunday
school activities, and the spirit and in-
spiration of such a gathering with
real young people’s specialists certain-
ly is worthy of this county sending
her full quota of delegates.
Train schedules to Altoona are fine, 19
and registration fee of only three dol-
lars covers all lodging and meals ex-
cept one meal during the Council.
The county president is also asked
to go as a delegate, and why not have
him head up and pilot to Altoona the
finest bunch of young people that has
ever gone from this county to one of
PINE GROVE MENTIONS.
Fred Rossman, the popular garage
man at Rock Springs, and Vilas Wea-
ver were Bellefonte visitors on Tues-
J. Harry McCracken and sister
Clara, of Rock Springs, spent Tues-
day afternoon in Bellefonte shopping
and calling on old friends.
William Paul Goss went to Phila-
delphia on Monday to consult an oc-
ulist in regard to an injured eye,
which has been giving him more or
less concern recently.
The recently elected officers of
Pennsvalley Lodge No. 276, I. O. 0.
F., were installed last Saturday even-
ing by district deputy grand master
L. L. Hollobaugh, of State College,
the list being as follows:
Noble Grand—Ralph Judy.
Vice Grand—J. A. Gummo.
Ree. Sec’y—R. L. McDowell.
R. S. to N. G.—J. H. McCracken.
L. S. to N. G.—I G Harpster
R. S. to V. G.—A. J. Laird.
L. S. to V. G.—J. F. Musser.
Warden—W. H. Fry.
Conductor—J. H. Bailey.
Chaplain—Dr. R. M. Krebs.
R. S. S.—Edward Isenberg.
L. S. S—R. L. Musser.
Inside Guard—N. M. Walker.
Outside Guard—C. M. Powley.
Trustee—R. Milton Krebs.
Representative to Grand Lodge—
Rev. H. N. Walker.
Following the installation there was
! 5 feast and smoker.and a general get-
together meeting. A number of brief
but interesting talks were made by
visiting guests and members. Music
was furnished by the I. O. O. F. or-
Real Estate Transfers.
¥lora O. Bairfoot, to John F. Kra-
mer, tract in Centre Hall; $425.
Franklin H. Wion, et al, to Lanson
J. Burris, tract in Centre Hall; $2,800.
Andrew Zettle, et al, to Chester A.
Spyker, tract in Centre Hall; $4,400.
Alice H. Cantrell, guardian, to Rob-
ert U. Adams, et ux, tract in Union-
Anna T. H. Henszey, et bar, to
Omega Epsilon Fraternity, incorpor-
ated, tract in State College; $3,100.
E. E. Garbrick, et ux, to Maude M.
Yover tract in Spring township; $2,-
Calvin H. Krebs, et ux, to Harry E.
Miller, et ux, tract in Miles township;
Annie Detwiler, et bar, to Howard
F. Weaver, tract in Gregg township;
Miles I. Bressler, et ux, to Ammon
F. Vonada, tract in Gregg township;
Joanna Gentzel, et al, to Milton C.
Vonada, et al, tract in Penn township;
Joanna Gentzel, et al, to Milton C.
Vonada, et ux, tract in Penn township;
Dora M. Vonada, et bar, to Joanna
A. Gentzel, et bar, tract in Penn
Harry V. Gentzel to Jacob J. Gentz-
el, tract in Penn township; $1.
Daniel H. Martin to John C. Mar-
tin, tract in Spring township; $1.
W.H Hoy, et ux, io
Rhoads, et ux, tract in Walker town-
N. R. Heaton, et ux, to A. B. Curtis,
tract in Philipsburg; $4,125.
ANTED.—Washing and ironing to
W do at home. Mrs. LINN BOT-
TORF, Brown Row. Box X 203.
ALESMAN WANTED—With automo-
bile for country work. Quality
line. Good pay. The Lennox Oil
& Paint Co., Dept. Sales, Cleveland, Oho.
HARTER NOTICE.—Notice is hereby
given that an application will be
made to the Court of Common
Pleas of Centre County on the 18th day of
May, 1924, at ten o'clock a. m., under the
provisions of the corporation act of 1874
and its supplements, for a charter for an
intended corporation to be called “Alumni
Association of Upsilon Chapter Alpha Sig-
ma Phi Fraternity,” the character and ob-
ject of which are to acquire and maintain
a home for its members, promote moral
and social culture, build up an association,
for mutual assistance and education,
friendship and fidelity: and for these pur-
poses to have, possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefits and privileges conferred by
the said Act and the supplements thereto.
ORVIS & ZERBY,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. |
OR SALE.—Matched bay team, 4 and
5 years old, weight 3100 lbs. Will
sell right to quick buyer. Inquire
OTICE IN DIVORCE—Mary E.
Develin vs. William J. Develin.
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Centre County. No. 96
1924. In re Divorce.
To William J. Develin, late of—
Whereas Mary E. Develin, your wife,
has filed a libel in the Court of Common
Pleas of Centre County to the above term
and number praying a divorce from you:
Now, you are hereby notified and required
to appear in said Court on or before Mon-
day, the 19th day of May, 1924, to answer
the complaint of the said Mary E. Develin,
and in default of such appearance you will
be liable to have a Divorce granted in
E. R. TAYLOR,
Sheriff of Centre County.
HERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of a writ
in person.—CENTRE CO. FUEL & BUILD-
ING SUPPLY CO., Bellefonte. 69-16-tf
ANTED.—An able bodied man to
care for and drive team. Married
man preferred. Call at the CEN-
TRE CO. FUEL & BUILDING SUPPLY
CO., Bellefonte. Both phones, Bell 319.
perienced, single man for general
farm work. Good milker. All
year position. State wages expected, in-
cluding room, board, etc. Write C. O.
MATTERN, Osceola Mills, Pa, R. D. 1.
H. & C. phone. 69-16-2t *
XECUTRIX’'S NOTICE.—Letters testa-
mentary having been granted to
the undersigned upon the-estate of
Mary Belle Struble, late of Bellefonte bor-
ough, deceased, all persons knowing them-
selves indebted to said estate are requested
to make prompt payment, and those hav- |
ing claims against the same must present
them, duly authenticated, for settlement.
ELIZABETH B. MEEK,
Harry Keller, Executrix.
OTICE.—I, Edward Bannan, of Phil-
ipsburg, was sentenced in Decem-
ber 1916 Quarter Sessions court of
Centre county, State of Pennsylvania, to
serve 15 to 20 years in western peniten-
tiary of Pennsylvania, No. 18, and at the
expiration of said sentence I was sentenced
to serve 5 to 10 years and pay total fine of
$1,500 and court costs, NOW serve notice
that on the 21st day of May, 1924, at 9 a.
m., I will apply to the Board of Pardons
for full and complete pardon.
Signed this the — day
EDWARD BANNAN (x)
Inserted by acting
counsel for above.
Mr. Thomas Bannan.
Persons planning building to come in contact with
us. Save money on
Cement, Sand, Limestone, Plaster
Brick, Roofing, Terra Cotta Pipe, Nails
Stucco Materials, Etc.
Sek us first, or you may regret it later.
Genre County Fuel and Building Supply Go.
Both Phones—Bell 319 69-16tf Bellefonte, Pa.
PUPIL NURSES WANTED.
Girls over 18, with high school
education. Free board, lodging,
laundry. Good salary while learning.
3-year course. Beautiful nurse’s
home. Apply in person, or by mail, to
MISS PENA SCHNEIDER, Superin-
tendent, J. C. Blair Memorial Hos-
S of Levari Facias issued out of the
Court of Common Pleas of Centre
County to me directed, there will be ex-
posed to public sale at the Court House,
at Bellefonte on
MONDAY, APRIL 28th, 1924,
at 10 o'clock a. m., all those three certain
messuages, tenements and tract of land
situate, lying and being in the Township
of Patton, Centre County, Pa. bounded
and described as follows:
Purpart No. 1. Beginning at a small
black oak; thence along Centre Furnace
lands North 4414 degrees East 50.4 perches
to stone; thence along lands now or late
of Hyland Biddle North 3314 degrees West
171 perches to white oak; thence along
lands now or late of James T. Hale South
45 degrees East 51 perches to a stone;
thence along lands now or late of John
Wasson South 351% degrees East 170.9
perches to place of beginning, containing
53 acres and 46 perches.
Purpart No. 2. Beginning at a white
oak corner adjoining lands now or late of
Hyland Biddle, thence North 2915 degrees
West 16 rods to a post; thence South 69%
degrees West 13.4 rods to a chestnut:
thence South 32% degrees East 20.3 rods
to a corner; thence North 51 degrees East
12.6 rods to the place of beginning, con-
taining 1 acre and 77 perches.
Purpart No. 3. On the North by land
now or late of the heirs of James T. Hale,
deceased, on the Northeast by lands now
or late of the heirs of Miles Green, deceas-
ed; on the East by lands now or late of
Moses Thompson; on the South by lands
now or late of the said Thompson, and on
the West by lands of the estate of John
Biddle, deceased, containing 53 acres more
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of H. A. Ellis. No
deed will be delivered until purchase mon-
ey be paid.
E. R. TAYLOR, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Bellefonte, Pa.,
April 2nd, 1924. 69-14-3t
Blue Bird Tea
Mrs. J. A. Cramer, Prop.
Make the ‘ ‘Blue Bird’’ your Meeting Place
Real Home Cooking. .Chicken Dinners Daily
Many automobile parties entertained daily
Open Sunday and evenings.
740 West Fourth St., just below the Park Hotel
pital, Huntingdon, Pa. 69-13-4t
69-14-4t williamsport, Pa.
Capital Stock Increased from
opportunity to secure some
tions on the
Bellefonte Trust Company
Persons living in this banking community have an
You will never be able to buy this stock at
Ii you are interested, follow the instruc-
following subscription blank :
Bellefonte Trust Company, Bellefonte, Pa.,
Please enter my subscription, subject to allotment for
a EE shares of the increased capital stock of the Belle-
$125,000.00 to $200,000.00
of the new issue of capital
will be issued July 1st, 1924.
Sign this subscription blank, fill in num
AASAUAAAAS AIAN PINS
Note.—Subseription to stock will close June 1st,
1924. Stock certificates
will not be issued.
ber of shares and mail
ELECT A COOLIDGE
April 22, 1924
R. B. Strasshurger
a Pennsylvanian, has
supported his party
VOTE FOR SEVEN
and was the FIRST
to commit himself
for the candidacy of
Cast Your Ballot
Hon. Frank B. McClain,
Hon. Horace W. Schantz,
Hon. Wm. T. Ramsey,
Baby Chicks 30,000 Enea
let us know. We have them at the right price
Hecla Poultry Farm
69-15-tf Bellefonte, Penna. 8
IRA D. GARMAN
101 South Eleventh St.,
J. M. Keichline
will insure your properties
against Fire and Lightning
vacant or occupied. 158t
Have Your Diamonds Reset in Platinum
64-34-tf EXCLUSIVE EMBLEM JEWELRY
Sunday April 2¢ Vg
(Leave Bellefonte Saturday Evening April 26, at 10.30 o’clock)
Costs no more than
ordinary Buttermilk |
Is superior to ordinary @
Buttermilk because of its
Delicious, Velvety Smooth-
ness, Appetizing, Creamy
Richness, Uniformity, Puri-
ty, Keeping Qualities, Pal- 3 .
atable Flavor and High 2!
COOKING and BAKING
Eastern Standard Time
Saturday April 26 Leave CODUIR ....c....iveiret ine cusses: 1.45PM
al Leave Refletone. »J8 20 3 M | Sunday April 27
“ i ' Leave Glen Iron.... A
BAC-TE-LAC PEMA SEM [2 sifimon:.
Highl “ Centre Hall........ ..11.14PM | Arrive Baltimore .....
ghly:3i recommended hy “ Rising Springs..........ceeees 11.28PM | “Washington
physicians as a healthful bev-
erage and general conditioner.
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY
Western Maryland Dairy
66-24-tf Bellefonte, Pa.
Returning, leaves Washington 4.40 p. m., Baltimore (Union Station) 5.43 p.m.
SEE FLYERS! CONSULT AGENTS!
ll Pennsylvania Railroad System
THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE WORLD
To Our Customers
and Qur Prospective Customers
o increase our service, and to further
the convenience of those interested in
the purchase of Electrical Appliances, we
An Appliance Sales Department
in our present location on or about May 1st
Keystone Power Corporation
«« Everything Electrical”
theatre April 28th
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21 SONG HITS 21
MAIL ORDERS Zssamparried.h
; \ remittance in full
(including tax) and self-addressed
/ be filled in order
When nature in all her bounty creates
Le Ya Ir 100 g) (OT mankind. you will see
them first ina Geo.£.Winiz Vo ATi a0 lel Ad
Seat Sale opens Thurs. April 24 at Mott Drug Co.
Prices—50c., $1, $1.50, $2, plus tax.