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Bellefonte, Pa., June 19, 1925.
Keith Rimmey recently underwent an
operation at the Centre County hos-
pital for the removal of his tonsils,
and withstood the ordeal like a little
The Bell and Showers poultry farms
are selling their product of little
chicks as fast as they can produce
them. They deal only in blooded
poultry, no ragtime stock.
When duty calls you can always ex-
pect the old Logan fire fighters to re-
spond. Hence it is that the Gap will
be well represented at that company’s
annual picnic at Hecla park on July
4th. The Elks kiddies picnic at the
park yesterday had quite a number of
representatives from here.
Quite a number of Pleasant Gap
people motored to Woolrich park, on
Sunday, and spent the day most de-
lightfully. Among the number were
Herbert Showers, Miss Ida Kauffman,
George Showers and family, Ward
Showers and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Mulfinger, Clair Hazel and family,
Calvin -Launtz and family, Lloyd
Sampsel and family and Merrill Mey-
er and family.
The Pleasant Gap branch of the
United Sportsmen of Pennsylvania]
will hold a festival in Noll’s grove on
the evening of June 27th. The sports-
men are endeavoring to purchase a
motor truck and the proceeds from
the festival will be applied to the
fund for that purpose. Inasmuch as
the members have been diligent in
their efforts to protect and foster the
propagation of game in his. locality
we bespeak for them a liberal patron-
age at their festival.
With cars packed to capacity with
good things to eat quite a number of
our people motored up Spring Creek a
few evenings ago and enjoyed a picnic
supper. . In the party were Mr. and
Mrs. George Showers and children,
Harriet, Dorothy and Henrietta; Mr.
and Mrs. David Rimmey and daughter
Bertha, Mrs. Martin Keller and
daughter Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Rimmey and son Keith, Harold and
Ralph Wagner, Mrs. Carl Zong, Mrs.
Kuhn, Mrs. Kephart, Mrs. Alice Her-
man and Mrs. Miller Merman.
Next Sunday evening, at 7.30
o'clock, is when our kiddies will hold
their annual Children's day services.
The committee in charge of the pro-
gram for the occasion includes Mrs.
Lloyd Sampsel, Mrs. Frank Millward,
Mrs. Blanche Meyers and Mrs. George
Showers, and they are planning to
have a wonderful time. The period of
infancy—the springtime of human
life—is clothed in fondest memories.
The great secret in the government of
children is to gain and hold their
respect and love. We are taught to
train up the child in the way he should
go and he will never depart from the
path ‘of righteousness and duty.
The unpleasant differences between
man and wife seem to be growing in
enormity at a deplorable pace. It is
claimed by the:wise ones that we are
growing “weaker and wiser.” I don’t
believe it, since we show by our
actions that we are really growing
from day to day more wicked and
devilish. Go back fifty years, com-
pare conditions of that time with the
news of today as it is chronicled in
our leading newspapers. A half
century ago you rarely heard of a man
wilfully and maliciously killing his
wife or the wife deliberately murder-
ing her husband. It is to be regretted
that today it is a common occurrence.
Fifty years ago we occasionally heard
of a man killing his helpmate, but it
was a very rare occurrence for a
woman to turn the trick. Of course
now that women have been put on an
equality with man politically and most
every other way they may think it
time to declare themselves in other
ways, even to the sure method of get-
ting rid of a husband quickly. The
little occurrences in married life
sometimes loom very large to the in-
terested parties. Cheerfulness, for
example, without which people cannot
live together in peace and harmony, is
not mentioned in the Beatitudes, un-
less we accept the delightful French
translation, which says ‘“debonnaire”
where we say “meek,” meaning courte-
ous. Blessed are all considerate,
thoughtful, obliging, agreeable people.
Blessed are they who have a sense of
humor, for they shall inherit the
earth. That is the true reading for a
good, devoted wife, and also applies
to the husband. To make the home
pleasant and what it should be the
wife should contribute to the gayety
of the household, and it is the duty of
the husband to meet her half way.
Rev. G. A. Sparks, of Arona, called
on friends in this place last week.
Quite a number of our people at-
tended Children’s day services at Yar-
nell, on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Toner Furl and daughter Bet-
ty, of Williamsport, are visiting at the
McClincy and Furl homes.
Frank Lucas and his sister, Mary
Heaton, called at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Odie Kelley, at Wingate, on Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bennett and Mr.
and Mrs. Taylor Poorman autoed to
Altoona, on Saturday, and spent the
day with friends there.
Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Boyd
Johnson entertained Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Slacker, of Milesburg, and
Mrs. Sarah McKinley and son, of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson and
son Billie, and Mr. and Mrs. Weller
McQuillan, of Wallaceton, were enter-
tained at the home of Mrs. Sallie
Friel, on Sunday.
Mrs. Francis Watson and son Clar-
ence, and Mrs. Hugh Scott, of Phila-
delphia; Mrs. Annie Witherite, of Ty-
rone; Mr. and Mrs. William D. Lucas,
of Franklin; Roy and Jake Walker, of
} Orviston; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bird
and Mrs. Clara Heaton, of Clearfield,
and Mrs. Mattie Geist and Mrs. Wal-
ter Smith, of Milesburg, visited at the
L. J. Heaton home the past week.
Mrs. Lide Leech, of Shingletown,
visited her daughter, Mrs. William
Alvin Reitz suffered a severe attack
of appendicitis on Sunday, but is im-
Miss Dorothy Lonebarger was a
member of the graduating class at
Penn State, Monday.
Miss Mollie Hoffer, of State Col-
lege, spent several days last week
with friends in town.
Mrs. Theodore Ziegler moved to Al-
toona on Tuesday, vacating the Mar-
kle home on Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sayres, of New
Kensington, visited relatives in town
from Tuesday until Saturday.
Frank Hosterman and Richard Go-
heen, students at Penn State, are en-
joying their vacation at their parental
Hon. Cyrus Woods, of Greensburg,
spent the week-end with his sisters,
Mrs. Magoffin, Mrs. Woods and Mrs.
Miss Alice Reitz celebrated her
eleventh birthday on Wednesday, en-
tertaining fifteen friends at an even-
Mr. andsMrs. George Garman, who
moved to Belleville several weeks ago,
were recent visitors at their former
home near town.
The Reformed parsonage and the
A. J. Hazel home were both greatly
improved in appearance by receiving
fresh coats of paint.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxwell and
daughters, Joanna and Patricia, of
New York, are visiting Mrs... Max-
yor parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ha-
Rev. and Mrs. William J. Wagner
and Rev. John Harkins, of State Col-
lege, went to Turbotville to attend the
wedding of Rev. J. H. Wagner and
Miss Helen Gritner.
Mr. and Mrs. Byerly and daughter
Grethel, of Shamokin, were guests at
the home of Henry Reitz during the
week-end, and also spent some time
at State College, Miss Byerly being a
member of the graduating class at
The State College fire company was
called to assist the local volunteers in
extinguishing a blaze on the porch
roof at the Hillside residence, occu-
pied by Col. Dunn and family, and
which for a time threatened destruc-
tion to the old mansion.
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Stover had as
guests, Sunday, their son-in-law, Mr.
Lytle family, of Selinsgrove.
Miss Helen Bower spent Saturday
in Bellefonte, the guest of her cous-
ins, Mr. and Mrs. Ebon Bower.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crouse spent
Sunday in Bellefonte, guests of their
son-in-law, Boyd Vonada and family.
Mrs. Walter E. Orwig and daugh-
ter Olive are spending some time with
friends in Northumberland and Sun-
Mrs. W. M. Stover has had with her
for the past ten days her only daugh-
ter, Mrs. Fred Guisewite, of Akron,
Mrs. J. G. Eisenhauer had as week-
end guests her son-in-law, Clarence
Grove and family, of Mifflinburg, and
her aunt, Miss Lydia Walter, of Co-
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Stover ac-
companied Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Boob, of near Mifflinburg, to Lock Ha-
ven, where they spent the day (Sun-
day) with Mr. and Mrs. Stover’s son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Ruth Weaver, of Bethlehem,
spent a day recently with her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George J.
Weaver. Miss Weaver is the second
daughter of C. A. Weaver, a native
of this place, but for some years a
resident of Bethlehem.
Wednesday evening, the 10th, the
women’s and young men’s organized
classes of the Lutheran Sunday school
banqueted in Mensch’s hall. A plen-
tiful and delicious table was spread to
which were invited the pastor, Rev.
and Mrs. Daubenspeck and family;
the superintendents, H. S. Winkle-
blech and family, and Sparr Wert and
family. A program was prepared and
carried out, which all greatly enjoyed.
ee ee eee.
Clair Korman is slowly recovering
from an attack of grip.
David Gilliland recently purchased
a new Chevrolet touring car.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dale, of Pleas-
ant Gap, were recent callers in this
Master Frank Houser, of Bellefonte,
is spending several days at the L. K.
Russell Mayes and children, of Cas-
tena, were week-end visitors at the
William Bohn home.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stover and fam-
ily, of Bellefonte, called at the home
of Mrs. Stover’s sister, Mrs. Ray Wil-
liams, at this place.
Mr and Mrs. Ross Lowder and fam-
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lowder
and daughter spent last Saturday at
Altoona, the men folks attending the
automobile races, while the ladies vis-
ited with relatives.
ee ee fee eee.
A farmer brought some products to
Portland and sold them. He thought
“I will surprise my wife.” He bought
a suit of clothes, a hat, a pair of shoes
and put them under the seat.
On his way home he stopped at the
river, took off his clothes and threw
them in. Then he looked under the
seat for his new clothes—they were
Finally, he got in the buggy and
said: “Get up, Maude, we’ll surprise
John Lucas has purchased a Dodge
Newton Kling is visiting among
Ralph Orr Spent the week-end with
friends in Williamsport.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Neff were Sun-
day guests at the Miles Bartley home.
Mrs. Roy Oyler, who has been away
visiting, returned to her home this
Mrs. Christ Decker, of Bellefonte,
spent over Sunday at the N. H. Year-
ick home. : :
The Ladies’ Aid society will meet
at the home of Mrs. Robert Bennison
Mrs. Lynn Ertley had her tonsils
removed, last week, and is now recov-
ering nicely from the operation.
Mrs. George Hoy and children,
Kathryn, Edith and Samuel, were
Sunday visitors at the Luther Fisher
Miss Ellinora Weight expects to
leave our community next week to at-
tend the summer session of the State
Normal at Lock Haven.
Church at one o’clock on Sunday
afternoon in the Reformed church,
when Rev. Hartman will preach and
an election will be held. Sunday
school immediately after church.
Bacteria Banned as War Weapon.
The use of bacteria in warfare was
outlawed on Monday by the interna-
tional arms control conference at
Geneva. An amendment was adopted
placing bacteria with poison gas on
the list of forbidden war material.
The amendment was offered by
Poland and supported by the Ameri-
The protocol was returned to a com-
mittee for redrafting in order to in-
clude bacteria. The conference then
adjourned to wait the committee re-
port. Abyssinia, the newest member
of the League of Nations, has won her
struggle against being included in the
African zone, where the importation
of arms will be subject to special
restrictions. Abyssinia has been ex-
cluded from the barred zone provided
she makes accords with the interested
Powers to prevent gun-running into
the neighboring colonies.
Egypt also has been placed outside
the barred zone, but the Sudan is in-
cluded. The Persian Gulf is included
in the forbidden maritime zone.
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An appetite like 8s camper man
Watching the bacon in the pan.
—Young Mother Hubbard
Have you got one of those
camping-out appetites. If
so here is the place to get
the fine meats that will sat-
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in a clean shop. Service to
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FRIDAY JUNE 26
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For details as to leaving time of
trains, fares in parlor or sleeping
cars, stop-over privileges, or other
information, consult Ticket Agents,
or David Todd, Division Passenger
Agent, Williamsport, Pa.
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Graduation and Wedding Gifts
For the Girl Graduate—A beautiful Watch, Ring, Bar Pin, or String
Pin, Cuff Buttons, or Watch Chain.
For the Bride
Silverware of the Latest
and Newest Patterns.
Brassware, Fancy China.
Lamps and Clocks.
For the Boy Graduate—A serviceable Watch, Riag, Scarf
Everything of the Latest Issues
F. P. BLAIR & SON
Full Line of Pipe and Fit-
Cheerfully and Promptly Furnished
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On Satur. June 20
We Place on Sale
---0dds and ends taken from our REGU-
One and two Suits of a
These are regular $30 and $35
We have priced them FOR
THIS DAY ONLY
The assortment, of sizes is as follows:
2 2 6 ¢
4 3} 2 11.3
34 35 36 37 38 39 40 42 44
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and Justice of the Peace. All pre
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