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er house by having a new roof put
Mr. and Mrs. James McCargle
oved into part of George Stere’s
ouse last week.
Mrs. Marian Holderman, of Hunt-
\gdon, visited her sister, Miss Lau-
1 Rumberger, last week.
Robert Lannen, who recently grad-
ated at Juniata College, is visiting
-iends and relatives here.
Mrs. Arista Lucas continues very
1, although at times there seems to
e some slight improvement.
Miss Ruth Lucas returned home,
st Saturday, from Illinois where
se had been attending college.
James Stere, who is employed at
tate College, spent Sunday with his
arents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Stere.
Among those who attended the
>mmencement at State College were
. E. Hall and Miss Katherine Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Updegraff
nd baby daughter, of Williamsport,
re visiting Mrs. Updegraff’s parents,
Ir. and Mrs. William Bauder.
On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
arsons and family motored to Mor-
antown, W. Va., where they were
ver Sunday guests of their son, Ray
Visitors at the home of Mrs. Cora
‘reps, on Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs.
villiam Kreps and family and Mr.
nd Mrs. Raymond Comley, and Hen-
y Comley, all of Tyrone.
Last Thursday Mr. Harry Quick
nd a man from Williamsport had a
ollision of cars in front of Fry's
‘arage, damaging the cars consider-
bly and injuring Mr. Quick, who was
ent to the Centre County hospital.
Mr. John Holt and daughter Sara,
eturned on Saturday from Scranton,
here they had spent the week—John
s a delegate from Lumen Lodge and
lara, delegate from Lady Union Re-
ekah Lodge at a meeting of the
irand Lodge of Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Olive Spotts and little son
pent several days, during the past
seek, at the home of her sister, Mrs.
ohn Resides, and one day while the
oys were feeding Mr. Resides’ dog he
it the little Spotts boy on the arin
nd also scratched his face badly. We
ope nothing serious develops.
; The Children’s day services in the
| >resbyterian church, Sunday evening,
vere interesting and nicely carried
ut. Rev. Oakwood gave a brief re-
ort of his trip to Oklahoma, where
ie attended for eight days the gener-
1 Synod of the church. There were
ifty-two nations represented and the
neeting was one of great interest and
On Sunday morning at 10:30, Rev.
«€hman preached a very impressive
ermon to the I. O. O. F., in the M.
i. church. Quite a number of the or-
ler marched in a body from their
all to the church for the service. In
0! de-Fashioned Clearance Sale
of their number have passed into the
great beyond during the year, namely:
J. T. Barton, who had been a guest in
their home at Grove City for some
time; William Zimmerman, John
Brugger, G. W. Rumberger, and Hen-
George Brugger, of Cannonsburg,
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Brugger, last week and on Sun-
day started for home, taking with him
his niece, Martha Rose Brugger. They
were also accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Brugger to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Waite, who live
near Stormstown, where they all
spent the day. Through the generosity
of Allen Rumberger, who went for
them in his car, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Brugger were brought home in
The public meeting in Grange hall,
last Friday evening, was not very
well attended on account of the in-
clement weather. The program was
interesting and consisted of readings,
song book—one especially pleasing
number being, “In Every Land and
Nation the Farmer Feeds Them AIL”
The special speaker for the occasion
was Mr. Boak, of Lawrence county,
| who gave a very interesting address.
He encouraged the farmers and ad-
vocated strongly the principles of the
Grange. He was accompanied by his
cousin, Mr. Van Horn, of Homestead,
and his son, who is a student at State
College in the Agricultural depart-
Bruce Dunlap, of Harrisburg, visit-
ed in State College a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hoy, of How-
ard, visited friends here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rudy, of Coch-
ranville, are visitihg friends in State
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wasson, of
Howard, moved to their new home on
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Foster, of Chi-
cago, are now in the east and occupy-
ing their summer home in Bear Mea-
Guests at the William Kelly home
are Dr. and Mrs. Harry M. Kelly, of
Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bow-
man, of Niagara Falls.
John A. Lehman, and Maud Cart-
Denver Lindley and Jane Hastings
Hickok, both of Princeton, N. J.
Clyde H. Kennelley, of New York,
and Grace I. Scott, of Mountaindale:
Alton Clyde Miller, of State Col-
lege, and Margaret Feyette Martin,
James, A. Leamer, of Dunlo, and
Mildred K. Stull, of South Fork.
afternoon “they continued the
i. -— y "| service in Oak Ridge cemetery. Five
Mrs. Lizzie Hogan' has imuroved
recitations,, music from the Grange!
wright White, both of Jersey Shore. |
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese visited
friends in Runville, on Sunday.
Lew Davidson is now at work on
the foundation for his new store
A number of our people attended
the funeral of Mr. Tice, at Howard,
Children's day services will be held
in the Baptist church, at Milesburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher and fam-
ily attended Children’s day services,
at Yarnell, on Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Estright is not improv-
! ing much from her recent illness, and
is still under the doctor’s care.
Miss Pauline Fisher, of Tyrone,
spent several days, last week, among
relatives and friends in this place.
Zacky Johnson and Mrs. Mabel
Burns motored up to Port Matilda,
Sunday, and spent the day with
Miss Phylis Malone, a student &t
State College, is home for the sum-
mer vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Malone.
Mrs. John Lucas, who died at her
home near Runville, last Wednesday
morning, was buried in the Advent
cemetery on Sunday morning.
Miss Ruth Witherite, who had been
here for two weeks visiting her
grandmother, Mrs. Irwin and family,
returned to her home in Oscecla Mills,
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Bloom, of
Warriorsmark, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Custer, of Bellefonte, were Sunday
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Burtus Witherite, who was a Sun-'
day visitor.at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Witherite, at
Runville, made a few brief calls on
friends at Wingate.
While visiting her son, Edward Ba-
varr, at this place, Mrs. Emma Ba-
varr was taken seriously ill, on Sun-
day, and her condition is regarded ex-
tremely critical at this writing.
Mrs. Robert Cowan and children, of
Altoona, are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Estright. Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Estright and little
daughter Pauline were also visitors
at the paternal home.
There was a good attendance at the
Children’s day services in the Meth-
' odist church, at Milesburg, on Sun-
day morning. An interesting pro-
‘gram was rendered and those who
took part did remarkably well.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bohn and
daughters spent the weekend with
friends at Centre Hall.
The Lemont band played at the I.
0. 0. F. memorial services at Boals- |
burg, on Sunday evening, and will ac-
cept a call to Centre Hall, June 30th, |
in the evening, to furnish music.
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Lumber, Sash, Doors, Millwork and Roofing
Miss Alice Reitz spent Sunday at
Mrs. George Markle spent the
week-end at State College.
Harold Coxey and family, of Al-
toona, were week-end visitors in towrg
Paul Brouse, of Cresson, is spend-
ing some time at the home of his par-
Mrs. Paul Stairs, Mrs. Herbert
Hunter and son, of Greensburg, are
guests of Mrs. E. E. Stuart.
Charles Hosterman, of Jeanette,
and Cyrus Wagner, of Altoona, were
over Sunday visitors with their par-
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bowersox and
daughters, Misses Pearl and Florence,
of Pine Grove Mills, were callers in
town on Sunday.
Miss Charlotte Wieland, of Palmy-
ra, accompanied by several friends,
were guests of the William Klinger
family on Sunday.
Prof. and Mrs, James Bryson, of
Derry, and Miss Helen Bryson, of
State College,” are visiting at the
home of Mrs. M. A. Woods.
The Centre county ‘Christian En-
‘ deavor convention was held in the
Lutheran church, Friday afternoon
and evening. Rev. Ira Sassaman, of
Williamsport, was the speaker of the
The Rebekah and I. O. O. F. lodges
observed their annual memorial serv-
ices, Sunday evening, at 6 p. m. Led
by the Lemont band they marched to
the cemetery where they decorated
the graves of their deceased mem-
bers. Rev. W. W. Moyer offered
prayer and the memorial roll call was
followed by an address by Prof. Friz-
zell, of State College. The members of
the orders sang several selections, ac-
companied by the band, and Rev.
Moyer pronounced the benediction.
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OTICE.—All orders placed with deal-
N ers in this territory in the name of
the Central Pennsylvania Gas Com-
pany, are valid only when they are writ-
ten on the Company’s regular order form.
This will be effective with the date of |
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA GAS CO.
F. L. Murphy, Engineer
June 15th, 1928—73-24-1t.
FRIDAY, JUNE 29
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Commission of Pennsylvania.
We trust in the good will of all of you and treasure
your confidence as our greatest asset. To maintain and
strengthen this relation will be our guiding policy.
The Gas Manufacturing Plant near Axe Mann will be of such
design that the natural beauty of the valley shall not be harmed.
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