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AR EER IIORI A
New Conference Rules Adopted for |
At the annual meeting of the Cen- |
tral Pennsylvania scholastic football
conference held at the Penn-Harris
hotel, Harrisburg, last Friday night,
new rules were adopted, as follows: |
First—Home team shall make all
arrangements for the game, setting
price of admission, issuing compli-
mentary tickets, and advertising
game according to its usual meth-
Second—The visiting team shall be
given the following items of expense
(1) Transportation by either train or |
bus for a squad of thirty-five |
men; (2) they shall be limited to two |
nights’ lodging at cost of not more
than $3 per night per man; (3) meals
not to exceed five, at cost not to ex-
ceed $1 per man per meal.
Third—The net proceeds of the
game shall be divided as follows: To !
the home team 60 per cent.; to the!
visiting team 40 per cent.
Fourth—In case of a net loss, the
loss shall be divided as follows: To
the home team 60 per cent.; to the
visiting team 40 per cent.
Officers elected for the ensuing year
included E. E. Knauss, of the Wil-
liam Penn school, Harrisburg, presi-
dent; L. R. Lenhart State College,
vice president; A. K. Patterson, of
The meeting was held on the eve
of the game between William Penn
High, of Harrisburg, and Jersey
Shore High for the State champion-
ship, which was won by the former by
the score of 26 to 0.
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GIFTS FOR ALL
Dr. Pattee Retires from The Pennsyl-
vania State College.
After 34 years of outstanding serv-
ice as a member of the Pennsylvania
State College faculty, Dr. Fred Lewis
Pattee, leading authority on the his-
tory of American literature, last week
severed his connection with the col-
lege, having presented his resigna-
tion to the trustees. He left last Friday
to spend the winter in Florida with
his writings, and to do some lectur-
ing at Rollins college.
In appreciation of Dr. Pattee’s
faithful service and as a token of
their esteem, students of Penn State
on Sunday morning, December 9, at
the close of the chapel service, pre-
sented him with a white gold watch
and chain, suitably engraved.
Having served for 31 years as sup-
erintendent of St. Paul’s Methodist
Episcopal Sunday school of State Col-
lege, Dr. Pattee on Sunday, also re-
ceived an engrossed parchment from
the Sunday school expressing its ap-
Ladies’ velvet pumps, $2.85—
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ripka, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs are
spending some time in Altoona.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mokle, of How-
iard, attended the Brown sale on Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher left,
Tuesday morning, for their home in
E. W. Hess and family and Edgar
Hess and family, of Shingletown,
spent Sunday in Philipsburg, guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Coxey.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Meyer and Mr.
and Mrs. John Ishler aftended the
funeral of a son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Ishler, of Buffalo Run, on
The sale of the household goods of
the late Mrs. E. E. Brown was well
attended. The property was offered
for sale but the highest bid was not
pocered and it will be sold at private
Mrs. James Fortney is visiting her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Anne Patterson.
Dr. and Mrs. George C. Hall re-
turned to their home in Wilmington,
Del., on Wednesday, after spending
the summer at their home in town.
The community mass meeting in
the Reformed Sunday school room, on
Monday evening, attracted quite a
crowd. The program included music
by the Boalsburg orchestra, songs by
the children and audience. An address
on “Developing Rural Life,” by Mr.
Adams followed by games. Refresh-
ments, consisting of sandwiches, pick-
les, cake and coffee were served by
the ladies of the Reformed church.
Apply TONER A. HUGG,
Milesburg, Pa. 73-49-tf
XECUTRICE’'S NOTICE.—Letters test-
amentary having been issued to the
undersigned upon the estate of
Anna J. Valentine, late of Spring town-
ship, Centre county, Pa., deceased, all per-
sons knowing themselves indebted to same
are requested to make prompt payment,
and those having claims against said es-
tate must present them, duly authentieat-
F OR SALE.—Allen parlor furnace, like
| ed, for settlement.
THE FAMILY |
You will find all goods offered by |
Booster Stores to be of dependable |
quality and sold at very reasonable :
prices. Despite the busy, before!
Christmas rush, Booster Stores are
maintaining the same efficient all day |
service that they always provide for |
their patrons, but you will find morn-
ing shopping to be most satisfactory.
Booster Stores’ sales people always i
manifest a personal interest in their
IT PAYS TO
DO YOUR |
in Altoona Booster Stores |
Good Roads Lead to Altoona from all ,
Sections of Central Pennsylvania—The
Highway Of Good Values and De-
pendable Merchandise Leads to Al-!
toona Booster Stores!
in the Stores of Members of the
Saturday, December 15
Movietone and Vitaphone Act
CAROLINE M. VALENTINE,
W. Harrison Walker, Executrix,
Attorney. 73-19-6t Bellefonte, Pa.
within one square of Diamond in
Bellefonte, concrete floor, running
water and drain. Will accommodate six
or more cars and especially adapted for
G “ian FOR RENT.—Brick garage,
one or two man repair shop. Posses-
sion can be given September 1st. Inquire
at this office. 73-32-tf.
Allegheny St. Property for Sale.
The House and Lot, on north Allegheny
street, Bellefonte, now occupied by W. G.
Runkle Esq. is for sale and anyone inter-
ested in a home in a good residential sec-
fion ot the town should write for particu-
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
73-34-tf, Philipsburg, Pa.
PPLICATION FOR PARDON.— No-
tice is hereby given that Howard
Ardery, who plead guilty to felon-
ious entry, larceny, receiving stolen goods,
and having broken his parole, to No. 78,
December Term, 1923, and No. 79, Decem-
ber Term, 1923, in the Court of Quarter
Sessions of Clearfield County, Pennsyl-
vania, in and for the County of Clearfield, i
and to No. 33,
December Sessions, 1924, in the Court of
Quarter Sessions in and for the County
of Centre, State of Pennsylvania, and who
is now undergoing imprisonment at the
Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania on
the first sentence for an indefinite period,
the maximum of which shall not exceed
four years and the minimum two years,
and who is also now undergoing jmprisog-
ment at the Western Penitentiary for the
second sentence for a period of not less
than two years nor more than four years,
sentence to compute from completion of
State of Pennsylvania,
| sentence in Clearfield County, will make
an application for pardon to the Board
of Pardons of the Commonwealth of Penn-
Sylvania at its session to be held on Wed-
nesday, the 19th day of December, A. D.,
1928, at 9 o'clock A. M., in the Supreme
Court Room, State Capitol, Harrisburg,
HOWARD ARDERY. applicant
M. L. SILBERBLATT, Clearfield, Pa.,
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PINE GROVE MENTION.
Otis Cramer spent last week on a
business trip to Chicago. i
Mrs. E. B. Forbes is visiting rel-
atives in the Sucker State. |
Mrs. Warren Mack is Lanning a
week’s trip to New York City.
W. R. Bailey, who has been quite
ill for some time, is now on the mend.
J. Sumner Miller is shy one of his
best horses, which died serveral days
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hess spent
last week visiting friends in Lewis-
Miss Hazel Guyer, of Saulsburg,
was a brief visitor in town on Sat-
H. C. Barto got his doe and motor-
ed back to his home in Barto, Berks
Ernest Trostle, of Fairbrook, who
has been quite ill with the flu, is im-
Col. Bell, of Elkton, W. Va., spent
several days during the week at the
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Markle, of ,
Altoona, visited relatives in the val-
ley last week.
Mrs. W. B. Meyers and three chil-
dren spent last week at her parental
home in Altoona.
Joe Johnson, who is holding down
a good job in Juniata, spent Sunday
with his family here. i
Mrs. Roger Poorman has returned
home from the Huntingdon hospital,
much improved in health.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Foster had as
guests, last week, their son Russell
and wife, of Mahanoy City.
Mrs. Annie Kline was called to the
Centre County hospital, in Bellefonte,
to help out in the care of patients.
Mrs. William E. Ertley, who has
been seriously ill at the home of her
daughter, in Bethlehem, is now slow-
J. Irvin Keller motored in from
Pittsburgh, shot his doe on the sec-
ond day of the season and took it
home with him the next day.
The old Jonathan Musser farm,
at Bloomsdorf, occupied by H. S. IlI-
ingworth, will be sold at public sale
on Saturday, December 22nd.
John C. Dunlap came in from Indi-
ana, Pa. for the final days of the
hunting season, and is willing to ad- .
mit that he is not anxous to get a
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Markle, of East
Altoona, were here visiting James
Fortney, who had been quite ill with
pneumonia, but is now somewhat im-
Mrs. Newton C. Hoy, of State Col-
lege, spent Sunday with the Earl
Smeltzer family, on the farm at Pine
Hall, where she spent the early years
of her married life.
Charles Louck, contractor and
builder, has sold his new house, on
Wall street, to J. Cal Gates, retired
farmer for $4600. He will take pos-
session in the near future.
Walter Fry, who has been located
in the west for some time, was. here
last week visiting his father, R. B. *
Fry, who had been ill but is now im-
proving. Walter left for his home on
Rev. J. A. McAlarney, retired min-
ister and a veteran of the Civil war,
who is 83 years of age, shot his doe
on Tussey mountain and took it back
to his home in Hollidaysburg the
A Christmas cantata will be given
in the Presbyterian church on Sunday
evening, December 23rd, by the com-
bined choirs of the Centre Hall and
Pine Grove Mills churches. Every-
A district Sunday school conven-
tion was held in Meek’s church on
Sunday evening. Rev. C. C. Shuey,
of Bellefonte, was in charge and the
principal speaker was Dr. I. L. Foster,
of State College. A splendid choir
furnished the music.
Most of the hunting clubs from
this section broke camp on Saturday
and returned home, but the day hunt-
ers are still on the trail. A Pitts-
burgh party hunting on the mountain,
got two does; the Pine Grove Rod and
Gun club six; the Rossman crowd got
the limit of a doe for each hunter;
the Homan crowd six; the Roaring
Run club six; the Roosevelt club
four; the Young Sports eight; the
Fleetfoots and the Modocks enough
doe to go around; the Barrens crowd
seven; the Hoffman club five; Holli-
daysburg hunters nine; MeCormick’s
camp twelve; the Branch club sixteen.
Day hunters who got their deer
were Guy Seltzer, of Philadelphia;
Elisha Shoemaker and son Joe, H. L.
Harpster, Harry Gearhart, John Hoy
and son, Royal Kline, L. Dale Mus-
ser, C. M. Powley, Robert Saucerman,
Will Ripka, all of this section, and
Dr. Wright, of Latrobe.
When the Louck club returned
home, Saturday evening, Mrs. G. Ww.
Louck entertained them with a big
dinner, a fat goose being the princi-
pal thing that tickled the palates of
the tired hunters.
Ralph McLaughlin and Mrs. Flor-
ence Lucas are both grip victims.
Ambridge, on Friday, to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Daryl Reb. :
Mrs. Lydia Irwin came down from
State College, on Saturday evening,
and has been spending this week at
Calvin Green, of Dubois, motored
over the mountains, last Thursday,
and visited his father Jacob Shirk, at
Mrs. H. B. Witherite and Howard
Goss motored over from Osceola Mills,
on Sunday, and made a short call at
the Mrs. Irwin home.
Preaching services will be held in |
the Methodist church, at Milesburg,
on Sunday morning and in the Bap- |
tist church in the evening.
John Hall, who made his home with |
Mrs. Sarah Baumgardner, near Win- |
gate, died on a a at the advanced |
age of ninety years. His only survi-
vor is one daughter, Mrs. Fraily,
whose whereabouts are unknown. | 5
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OR the month of December we
are making a special offering of
ERIEZ Gas Ranges for those who
are thinking of a real gift for mother
The sale terms listed below show
how easy it is to give a gift that will
be fully appreciated thruout the
many years of service it will give.
Why shop around in crowded places
for useless knicknacks that will soon
This beautiful all enamel model
equipped with Oven Heat Con-
trol, during sale only $98.00.
Other models as low as $39.75.
SPECIAL XMAS SALE TERMS for DECEMBER ONLY
1. Small first payment. 3. 12 months from February to
connections in your
2. No further payments due un-
Robert Malone went out to [J
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Prices That Reflect Value
Dining Room Suit
Living Room Suits $45. to $265.00
Cogswell Chairs $24 to $ 60.00
J. K. Rishel Bed
Room Suit, was $275. now $135.00
Large Dining Room Suit
was $325. now - =
THIS IS SOMETHING EXTRA FANCY
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