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Robert Garman and lady friend
were brief visitors in our village op
An 11% pound daughter arrived in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Reese, on Sunday.
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. was held at the home of Mrs.
Ida Witmer, last week.
Mrs. Mary McLaughlin is recover-
ing from an attack of illness sus-
tained last Saturday night.
Merrill Reese, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Reese, was housed up, last
week, with an attack of measles.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Witherite and
daughter, of Osceola Mills, visited
friends here and at Runville, on Sun-
Rev. A. G. Herr will begin evan-
gelistic services in the Baptist
church, at Milesburg, on Sunday ev-
ening. The public is invited to at-
tend all the services.
Gray Murray and his repair crew
were called to the lime Kilns, near
Bellefonte, to help make repairs
where a car jumped the track and
tore up a short stretch of road.
Owing to ill health Mrs. Florence
Lucas has withdrawn from the W.
C. T. U., in this place, and her moth-
er, Mrs. Irwin, has also withdrawn
owing to absence from home a good
part of the time. They both regret
having been compelled to take this
step; but it seemed the best thing to
do under the circumstances.
For the needs your home mer-
chants cannot supply.
Everybody, Men, Women and
Children, will want something
new to wear for Easter, while
the housewife will want some-
thing new with which to adorn
the home to change the sombre
winter atmosphere to the more
cheerful spirit of spring that
-should pervade the home at Eas- -
Booster Merchants were never.
better equipped to supply your
every Easter need.
Assortments are complete.
Variety for choice is practically
Styles in apparel and articles
for personal adornment were
never more beautiful, while the
very newest effects in furnishings
for the home are being shown by
Booster Stores that specialize in
that kind of merchandise.
Will Be Observed by Booster
Stores on }
PINE GROVE MENTION.
John E. McWilliams is driving a
new Buick Six sedan.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Harpster were
recent visitors in Bellefonte.
Mrs. Lemuel Fleck, of Altoona, is
visiting Centre county relatives.
J. T. Leathers left, last week, on a
business trip through the South.
Mrs. Clair McGinley, of Cleveland,
Ohio, is visiting relatives in town.
Mrs. P. H. Ziegler spent several
days last week, in New York city.
Joe B. Goss had as a guest, over
Sunday, Frank Fisher, of Altoona.
D. L. Fleming and wife are now
snugly located on Chestnut street.
Mrs. W. E. Reed, who has been ill
with the grip, is now on the mend.
The venerable John 'B. Goheen is
suffering with a badly infected eye.
Fred Corl, of Altoona, spent Sun-
day with his mother, Mrs. Ella Corl.
Harold Fisher will occupy the C
M. Dale farm, at Sunnyside, this sea-
Mrs. H. L. Stuart has returned
from a two week's stay in Philadel-
Miss Nannie Houser is reported
quite ill at her home at State Col-
Holy Communion will be administer-
ed in the Presbyterian church, on
N. C. Neidigh, of State College, is
now able to be around by using
A little son arrived in the Carl
Powley home, at Oak Grove, last
Mrs. H. D. Meek is visiting her
brother, Dr. H. Clay Campbell, in
Frank Wieland, wife and two sons
are here from the Buckeye State vis-
Dr. L. E. Kidder went over to
Huntingdon, on Thursday, to visit
his brother John.
W. R. Port and family have moved
from east Main street to the Mrs.
Susan Goss home.
Frank Henninger, of State College,
was a caller on old friends in this
section, on Friday.
George Woodring, of Tyrone, was
in town, Saturday, soliciting orders
for the spring trade.
M. C. Wieland expects to have his
new house ready for occupancy by
the middle of April.
Albert Slagle and George Harper
have returned home from a week's
trip to Detroit, Mich.
The Neidigh brothers have install-
ed a new stone crusher in their quar-
ries near State College.
Mrs. Ruth Frank entertained a
number of friends at a St. Patrick’s
day dinner, last Friday.
Roy Barto and family are planning
to move to Clearfield, where Mr. Bar-
to has secured a good job.
Mrs. Lloyd Frank, of Wilkinsburg,
spent the latter end of the week
with friends. at Graysville. .
LeRoy Bloom has purchased a new
truck which he will use in his farm-
ing operations in the Glades.
Collins C. Mulbarger, road super-
visor of Spring township, attended
the Oscar Struble sale on Friday.
Sherman Henry and family motor-
ed up from Philadelphia, last week,
for a visit at the Henry family home.
The Baileyville Presbyterian Sun-
day school will have a special pro-
gram on Easter Sunday, at 7:30 p. m.
Joe Gilliland and wife, of Penn-
sylvania Furnace, had as guests over
the week-end Earl Moffit and fam-
The degree team of Washington
Camp P. O. S. of A. were entertained
at the Foster Musser home, last Fri-
George Woods, wife and son motor-
ed in from Pitcairn and spent the
latter end of the week at his paren-
| Joe H. Gilliland is handling the rib-
bons over a mated team of black
horses bought from Scott Bressler,
Samuel Hess Tate and wife and
visitors in this section the latter end
of the week.
Rev. E. M. Frear, of State College,
was the speaker at the Tuesday ev-
ening meeting of the Ferguson town-
The John O. Harpster home, on
Tadpole, was burned to the ground,
i on Monday afternoon, with practical-
ly all it’s contents.
| Henry McWilliams, who has been
This Important Event Will Be
| spending the winter with his sister,
Featured By Special Displays Of Mrs. Alice Buchwalter, at Lancaster,
New Easter Merchandise Of All
Kinds For Personal Use And For
Plan to Visit Booster Stores |
It Pays to Shop In Booster
Saturday, March 23
SEE AND HEAR
With Movietone All Star Cast
Week Starting Sat., March 30
Davey Lee in “SONNY BOY”
iis reported as being ill with a com-
plication of diseases.
After spending the winter at the
H. A. Elder home Mrs. Lydia Sun-
day has opened her farm home on
Tadpole. She is now 82 years of age
but in fairly good health.
The Lutheran Sunday school gave
a delightful St. Patrick's day enter-
tainment in the church, last Friday
evening. There were music and reci-
tations, readings and choice refresh-
ments. Quite a number of quaint
costumes were in evidence.
. Many of the farmers in this sec-
tion have been busy attending public
Houtz sale horses sold up to $148
and cows $150. The sale totaled $3,-
710. The Henry Illingworth sale
amounted to $4000. His best team
of horses brought $450. Cows up
to $156. Chickens $1.75 and shoats
went high. The Gibboney sale ag-
gregated $3300 and the Raup sale
$5650. The Oscar Strubble sale was
a small one, but the receipts to-
rm ———— Ap re —
Miss Geraldine Lauth is visiting at
the home of George C. Painter.
On Monday afternoon the Misses
Nell and Loretta Weber left for New
York where they met two of
their sisters and the four of them
of Lewistown, were |
sales during the week. At the C. D.
sailed, on Wednesday, for a three
month's tour of Europe.
The First Reformed church will
observe Holy Communion on Easter
at 10:30 a. m., and at Jacksonville
on Easter at 2:30 p. m. Confirma-
tion services at Jacksonville in con-
nection with Communion service.
Mrs. Estella Parsons is moving in-
to part of Elmer Roller’s house.
The stork visited Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Reish, on Monday night, and
left a little daughter.
Mrs. Harry Elway, of Altoona, was
a guest at the home of Mrs. Frances
Hall, last Wednesday.
Little Elizabeth Ann Fisher is still
in the hospital and suffering quite
seriously from tonsilitis.
Mrs. Emily Miles, of Milesburg.
was a Sunday visitor at the home of
her sister, Mrs. David Keatley.
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Way and lit-
tle son Joseph, of Milesburg, visited
among relatives here last Sunday.
Edward Parsons, who has been on
the sick list for sometime, is very
poorly, with little hope for his re-
Miss Laura Rumberger was the
delegate from Milesburg and Union-
ville charge to M. E. conference at
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Updegraff, of
Williamsport, were visitors at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bauder,
Mrs. Aaron Hall visited over the
week-end with her daughter and fam-
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houtz, of
Misses Sarah Holt, Emily Keatley :
and Nell Williams attended the young
people’s banquet at Clearfield, last
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Waite and Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Waite, of Storms-
town, were Sunday visitors at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brugger.
Thomas McClellan became very ill,
one day last week, and was taken to
the Centre County hospital, where he
had a serious operation for Appendi-
by a representative of the Aluminum
club, at the Hotel Union, on Monday
evening, was very interesting and en-
joyed by all who had a sample of the
Mr. and Mrs. Russell DeLong and
little daughter, of Bristol, arrived,
on Saturday, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Holtzworth, where Mrs.
DeLong and daughter will visit for
a week. Mr. DeLong returned on
Monday to his
accompany Mrs. DeLong back
Rev. an Mrs. W. J. Wagner spent
Thursday at State College.
Samuel Everhart and son William,
of the Branch, were callers in town
on Monday evening.
The members of the Rebekah
Lodge enjoyed a social time in their
hall, Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coxey and
children, of Altoona, were visitors at
the Coxey-Ishler home on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brouse and
children and Mrs. Mary Condo spent
Sunday afternoon with friends in
Harry McCracken and sister, Miss
| Clara, of Ferguson township, were
‘visitors at the Elmer Bloom home
| Rev. Wagner will preach the last
| series of Lenten sermons on Friday
evening, and Communion services
, will be held on Palm Sunday at 10:30.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tennis and Miss
Augusta Murray attended a mission-
ary meeting in the Presbyterian
church, at Centre Hall, on Thursday
| Wilbur Houtz has erected a garage
on the lot recently purchased from
i Alfred Lee, along the state road be-
tween Boalsburg- and Oak Hall, and
| will build a family residence this sum-
Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson took
their son, John Jr., aged 4, to the
| Centre County hospital, Saturday,
| where he underwent an operation for
| appendicitis. He is reported getting
| along as well as can be expected.
Mrs. Hogan Long and son spent
Monday at her home.
Mrs. Mary Deitz is still on the sick
list, but somewhat improved.
Mrs. Harry Hoy and son Mervin
were Bellefonte shoppers last week.
John Glossner has purchased a new
saw mill and expects to be busy in
the near future.
Sunday school will be held next
Sunday at the usual time and preach-
ing service in the evening.
Dorothy Korman returned home,
on Friday evening, after spending a
week with her sister, Mrs. Mervin
Ellsworth Waite and William
Weaver spent a day, last week, at
Hershey, and report a nice time, and
ready to go again soon.
Movings are all the rage now. Mat-
thew Conoway moved last week into
the Bill Orr home. John Tressler has
been moving some of his things to the
Gust Armor place, where he will lo-
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——Ray M. Decker, living near
Tusseyville, has gone into the pig
raising business, but not the kind of
pigs that grow into pork. His pref-
erence is guinea pigs which he is
raising as a source of supply for
hospitals using the little animals for
experimental purposes. The pigs are
shipped out at the average age of
soon to be able to deliver one hundred
pigs a month.
The cooking demonstration given |
work, expecting to'
come again over the week-end and
three weeks and Mr. Decker hopes
| ——Governor Fisher has issued a
proclamation designating = Friday,
April 12th, as Arbor day, and Friday,
April 26th, as Bird day.
IMBER LAND FOR SALE—A 50 acre
tract of land, well timbered and un-
derlaid with iron ore, located in
Marion Twp., Centre county, is for sale.
Address inquiries to Mrs. Rebecca Mc-
Caffrey, Exec., 326 West Water St., Lock
Haven, Pa. 74-12-3t*
HARTER NOTICE.—Notice is hereby
given that an application will be
_ made to the Governor of the State
of Pennsylvania on Thursday, the 28th
day of March, 1929, under the Act of As-
sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl-
vania, entitled, ‘‘An Act to Provide for
the Incorporation and Regulation of Cer-
tain Corporations,” approved April 29,
1874, and the Supplements thereto, for the
Charter of an intended Corporation to be
called “THE BELLEFONTE COAL COM-
PANY.” The character and object of
which said Corporation is formed is for
the purpose of mining of coal and manu-
facture of its by-products, and for these
purposes to have and possess and enjoy
all the rights, benefits and privileges of
the said Act of Assembly and its Supple-
: GETTIG & BOWER,
11 East High street, Bellefonte, Pa.
OTICE IN DIVORCE.—In the Court
N of Common Pleas of Centre Coun-
ty, Penna. No. 206 December Term
1928, Madeline Y. Mullen vs. Andrew Jo-
seph Mullen. To Andrew Joseph Mullen,
Respondent. WHEREAS Madeline Y. Mul-
len, your wife, has filed a libel in the
Court of Common Pleas of Centre Coun-
ty, praying for a divorce from you, to
which a return of “Not in the County”
was made by the Sheriff, and an alias writ
issued to which a like return was made
now, therefore, you are hereby notified
and required to appear in said Court on or
before the first Monday of May, May 6th,
1929, next to answer to complaint of the
said Madeline Y. Mullen, and in default
of such appearance you will be liable to
have a divorce granted in your absence.
HARRY E. DUNLAP,
Sheriff of Centre Co., Pa.
March 5th, 1929. 74-10-4t.
25 Ww Sunday
Sundays, March 31, May 5
Direct to Pennsylvania Station,
7th Avemue and 32d Street
Special Through Train
Leave Saturday Night preceding Excursion
Lv. Port Matilda - 7.55 P. M.
Lv. Julian - - 8.05 P. M.
Lv. Unionville - - 8.15 P. M.
Lv. Bellefonte - - 9.10 P. M.
Lv. Howard - - 9.39 P. M.
Lv. Mill Hall - - 10.00 P. M.
Returning, leaves New York, Penna.
Sta., 5.10. P. M. Newark (Market
Street) 5.33 ¥. M.
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