Democratic watchman. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1855-1940, March 29, 1929, Image 5

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9:30 a. m., Sunday school, special
Missionary offering.
10:45 a. m., Morning worship.
1. Prelude, “Fanfare in D,” Bridge.
2. Baptism of infants.
3. Reception of members.
4. Anthem, “Allehuia, Christ is
Risen,” (Drew), by the Choir.
Solos by Mrs. John Weber and
: Mrs. John Lambert.
5. Hymn No. 157.
6. Anthem, “King All Glorious,”
(Vail), by the choir. Solos by
Mrs. Gilbert Haupt and Miss
Lucille Smith. Obligato solo,
Mrs. John Lambert.
Hymn No. 161.
. Offertory, “In the Garden—Wil-
Hymn No. 156.
. Ten minute address by the pas-
tor. Subject: “With Christ
Came the Beautiful.”
. Prayer, Rev. C. C. Shuey.
Postlude, “Festival March—
6:30 p. m.—Epworth League.
7:30 p. m.—
1. Prelude, “Easter Prelude—Ash-
2. Soprano Solo, «The Lord is Ris-
en” (Harding), by Mrs. John
A special Easter program by the
Sunday school, “The Challenge of the
Cross. :
3. Offertory, “Devotional Reverie,”
4. Benediction.
5. Postlude,” Easter Joy,’—Hos-
Rev. Home C. Knox, Pastor.
7:00 A. M., Holy Communion and
Address: “The Resurrection Morn.”
9:30 A. M., Bible school.
10:45 A. M., Holy Communion, Con-
firmation, Reception of Members,
Baptism; Confirmation Address: “Re-
member Jesus Christ Risen from the
7:30 P. M., Vesper Service and Holy
Communion; Sermon: “But Now is
Christ Risen from the Dead.”
Clarence E. Arnold, Pastor.
ap ———
The Bellefonte Academy clos-
ed, yesterday, for a ten days’ Easter
vacation. School will open for the
final period of the year on Monday,
April 8th.
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Thomas McClellan was able to re-
turn home from the hospital on Tues-
Little Elizabeth Ann Fisher was
brought home, last Saturday, from
the hospital.
Mrs. Everett Adams, of Swissvale,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary
Lucas, and sister Gertie.
Mr. and Mrs. William Solt, of Belle-
fonte, were Sunday visitors at the
home of Mrs. Jane Stine.
Mrs. Arvilla Adams, of Swissvale.
has been in town for seyeral days at-
tending to the selling of her property.
Miss Madaline Stere, who is teach- |.
was at home over
ing ‘at Mt.n Union,
the week-end with her parents,
and Mrs. J. B. Stere.
The orchestra furnished the music
for the Sunday school of the Metho-
dist church, last Sunday, for which
they have been complimented.
The stork visited the homes of Mr.
and Mrs. John Robison and Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbur Shank, last week, and
left a baby daughter at both places.
The Rev. Merrill Winters, of Read-
ing, was out on another hiking trip,
this week, and made some calls
among friends in this vicinity on
A number of friends of Miss Sara
Holt planned a surprise for her, last
Saturday evening, in honor of her
birthday. A very pleasant time was
enjoyed by all.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Albright,
pear town, was saddened by the
death of their 3 year old daughter,
1ast Thursday. Burial was made Sun-
day afternoon in Myers cemetery.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a dues
social in the Community house Fri-
day evening, March 29th, at 7:30. All
members are requested to go and
take a friend. There will be a litera-
ry program and refreshments.
Mr. Milton Askins and Mr. and
Mrs. Orrin Askins and four children,
of Pittsburgh, were Sunday visitors
at the home of their brother, John
Askins. They were accompanied
home by their father, Wesley Askins,
who spent the greater part of the
winter here.
Samuel Parsons, of Blue Ball, spent
several days last week with his sister,
Mrs. Hannah Iddings, and brother,
Edward Parsons, who was very ill
and on Monday night became very
much worse and about 11 o'clock
death ended his suffering. The funer-
al will be Friday afternoon.
Harold Keatly arrived home from
the Philippines, Sunday afternoon,
where he had been employed as secre-
tary for Mr. Stimson, who has been
appointed Secretary of State by Pres-
ident Hoover. Mr. Keatly went to
Washington, Tuesday evening, where
he will still be employed by Mr. Stim-
Real Estate Transfers.
Heirs of Christ Alexander to A. L.
Auman, tract in Penn and Miles
Twps.; $240.
Levi A. Miller to H. C. Decker, et
ux, tract in Spring Twp.; $1,100.
Anna M. Spotts to Meriam Osman,
tract in Port Matilda; $1.
George W. Eaton, Exr., to A. R.
Moon, tract in Liberty Twp.; $1,100.
Spring Creek Cemetery Association
to George O'Bryan, tract in Spring
Twp.; $30.
Gilbert H. Solt, et ux, to J. E.
Carper, et ux, tract in Union Twp.;
Samuel W. Zettle, et ux, to Jared
L. Zettle, tract in Spring Twp.; $1.
Harry Fry is visiting his parents,
at Birmingham. N. Y.
Arthur C. Peters, wife and family,
were Sunday visitors at the E. C
Martz home.
Rev. Harry N. Walker, of Bell-
wood, spent Sunday with his father,
A. Stine Walker.
M. C. Wieland and wife spent Sun-
day at the Wieland parental home,
at Franklinville.
Mrs. James Houser is slowly re-
covering from a stroke of paralysis
sustained ten days ago.
Mrs. C. H. Seibert, who fell some
weeks ago and fractured her left
arm, is now getting along nicely.
Carl Wagner and chum, of Milroy,
were in town, last Thursday, enroute
to Pittsburgh in quest of a job.
The many friends of A. W. Stru-
ble will regret to learn that he is
again confined to bed with illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Foster, of
‘Mahanoy City, are guests of Mrs. W.
L. Foster, at State College, this week.
Samuel H. Everhart and family, of
the Branch, spent Sunday with the
Ben Everhart family, at Colerain.
Mr. and Mrs. John Barto motored
to Altoona, Sunday, to visit their
daughter, a patient in the hospital
there. :
George Bell, of Spruce Creek, was
here last Thursday, interviewing the
farmers in his capacity as a tile
agent. :
Rev. J. Max Kirkpatrick and Fred
Fry and wife were guests of Mrs.
Sallie Burwell, at a family dinner on
Don't forget the entertainment in
the I. 0. O. F. hall Saturday even-
ing at 8 o'clock. Admission, 25° and
35 cents.
The venerable William Biddle, one
of the oldest residents of Baileyville,
suffered a stroke of paralysis, last
Miss Kathryn Taylor, a teacher in
the schools at Dallas, Pa., spent a few
days recently with her mother, Mrs.
L. M. Taylor.
After spending the winter with
relatives in a western State W. R.
Bailey has returned home, much im-
proved in health.
Rev. Claude Corl, son of the late
Alfred Corl, very ably filled the pul-
pit in the Pine Hall Reformed church,
last Friday evening.
Charles Lytle and wife, John Lytle
and wife and Mrs. Esther Ritchey,
of Altoona, attended the Mrs. Os-
man funeral last week. .
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Doeffer, last Thurs-
day, and left a little son who has
been named Frederick Burton.
The venerable Philip Dale, 86 year
old war veteran, has so far recover-
ed from a protracted illness that he
is able to be up and around his room.
Frank McCormick and wife, of
Lock Haven, spent the early part of
the week as guests of Hon. John T.
Buick 6 coupe and Jacob D. Neidigh
a Jordon 8. In the meantime the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Neidigh, aged 84 and 82 respectively,
use Old Dobbin and the buggy when
they want to drive down the pike to
the old family home, which is now
occupied by "their son.
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Mrs. Ida Witmer and sister, Mrs.
James Snyder, were brief visitors in
Bellefonte on Sunday afternoon.
Special Easter services will be held
in the Evangelical church here on
Sunday evening. The public is in-
Lew Davidson is tearing down his
old ice cream factory with the ex-
pectation of erecting a house on the
same site in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bavarr,
Miss Grace Boob and Miss Pauline
Fisher were callers at the James
‘Smoyer home, in Bellefonte, on Mon-
Visitors at the Mrs. Irwin home,
on Sunday, included Mrs. Irwin Reed-
er and two children, of Clarence, and
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Whitherite and
daughter, of Osceola Mills.
Mrs. Lydia Irwin has given up her
job at a fraternity house, at State
College, and is now at her home
here until she can secure other em-
ployment. Anyone desiring her ser-
vices can reach her on the Bell phone,
Roy Fisher and mother motored
down to Nittany, on Sunday after-
noon, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
Lucas. Mrs. Lucas sustained a bad
fall, last Thursday, fracturing her
wrist, but is getting along as well as
can be expected. ;
Rev. R. R. Lehman preached his
farewell sermon in the Methodist
church, at Milesburg, on Sunday
morning, delivering a very able and
affecting discourse. Early this week
be left for his new pastorate in North-
umberland. ring his residence at
Milesburg he made many warm
friends, not only in his own church
but in other denominations. The best
wishes of his numerous admirers go
with him for unbounded success in his
new field of labor.
PE——— ed
Marriage Licenses
Elmer Richardson and Carrie E.
Brown, both of Bellefonte.
Matthew Isaacman, of Harrisburg,
and Ida Small, of Clarence.
Samuel J. Shunk and Annie Spots,
both of Centre Hall.
Royle Lucas and Annabelle McGee,
both of Bellefonte.
Russell P. Griffin, of Lewisburg,
and Sarah V. Mook, of West Milton.
Joseph H. Greenly, of Bloomsburg,
and Dorothy R. Denovych, of Detroit,
Mich. :
Lewis W. Gill, of Julian, and Dor-
othy M. Williams, of Martha Furnace.
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| Samuel IL, Corl. is. driving
lidge motored to Clearfield, on Satur-
Mrs. William Rockey has been con-
fined to her home by illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Charles, of
State College, were visitors in town
on Sunday.
Harold Fisher, wife and daughter,
Mary Lou, spent Sunday with friends
in Huntingdon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bender spent
several days last week at their for-
mer home in Sullivian county.
Class No. 9, of the Lutheran Sun-
day school will hold a bake sale in
Brouse’s store on Saturday afternoon,
March 30th.
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer, of Wash-
ington, D. C., have leased the Tavern
and will entertain travelers in the
near future.
Mrs. James Fry, of Philadelphia,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Joanna
Kaup. Mrs. Kaup, who has been ill
for some months, is now able to be
down stairs.
William M. Nevel and mother mov-
ed to Colyer, on Tuesday, and Prof.
E. H. Dale and wife will occupy the
L. K. Dale residence, on Main street,
vacated by the Nevels.
D. W. Meyer returned to his home
‘on Main street, after spending sever-
al months with his daughters, Mrs. J.
P. Wagner, in Altoona, and Mrs. H.
W. Lonbarger, at State College.
Miss Louise Shuey won first prize,
a five dollar gold piece; Miss Virginia
Hess 2nd and Montgomery Hubler
3rd prize in the Harris township High
school oratorical contest, Tuesday
Rev. W. O. Moyer, of Howard; Rev.
Greising, of Aaronsburg, and Rev.
Keener, of Centre Hall, assisted Rev.
W. W. Moyer, at tne evening services
in the Reformed church this week. An
Easter service will be rendered by the
Sunday school on Sunday evening. i
Henry Vonada is working for Geo. :
Weight this summer. |
George Rogers had a nice day for
his sale with a good turn out.
There will be Communion, next |
Sunday afternoon, in the Reformed
Mrs. Mary Deitz and brother, Wil-
lard Weaver, were Bellefonte shop-
pers on Saturday.
. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haines and fam-
ily spent Monday evening at the Wil-
liam Weaver home.
Harry Lutz's sale was well attend-
ed, last Wednesday, by people from
——The Atlas Paving and Drain-
ing company has begun construction
work on the new State road between:
Tyrone and Warriorsmark. In order
to modify the grade two deep cuts
will have to be made, one at the
Guyer farm and one at Pennington.
There will be four new bridges on the
road, which will be built by the A.
C. Andrew Engineering company, of |,
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OTS FOR SALE in Bellefonte, inquire
of B. H. Shaffer, 117 east High St.,
Bellefonte. tf.
ANTED.—Reliable girl for general
housework. Apply Mrs. M. Fau-
ble, 20 E. High St., Bellefonte.
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*
OR SALE.—Complete Fosdink manu-
facturing equipment. Truck, stock,
building and lot. Business now op-
erating. Established routes, Reason for
selling, interested in other business. Ad-
dress, Crystal Bottling Works, Milesburg,
Pa. 74-9-t1.
. SK FOR BIDS.—Calling for removal
of all old paint, and apply two
coats on all outside wood work of
the Sheriff's dwelling, bids to be opened
Friday, April 12th, 1929, at 10 a. m. The
Commissioners reserve the right to reject
any or all bids.
mmissioners of Centre County.
FRED B. HEALY, Clerk : 7418-5
signed executor of the last will
and testament of Hannah E. Green,
late of Milesburg borough, Centre coun-
ty, Pennsylvania, decd., hereby notifies
all persons knowing themselves indebted
to said decedent to make immediate
payment of such indebtedness and those
having claims to present the same, prop-
erly authenticated for settlement.
6316 Germantown Ave
W. Harrison Walker, Philadelphia, Pa.
Atty. for Estate 73-13-6t
Used Electric Ranges
We have traded in, for new Gas
Ranges, a number of electric
ranges, many in good condi-
tion. These are for sale to
Jacksonville and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Hoy and
daughter visited at the John Korman !
home on Saturday afternoon.
John Tressler moved, on Tuesday,
from the Betz farm to the Gust Ar-
mor farm near the old ore mines. |
Miss Mary Weight, a nurse, is
spending her Easter vacation at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ellsworth Weight.
Miss Belle McGhee and Doyle Lucas |
were united in marriage, on Satur |.
wishing them ‘a |
long, happy and prosperous wedded
day. “We all join in
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Lucas passed away, Mon-
day morning, at the parental home,
with convulsions. It was seven
months old. :
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haines, Miss
Jennie Glossner and Samuel Short-
day, where Mrs. Haines received med-
ical treatment. ;
Sunday visitors at the Harry Hoy
home were Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Hoy
and daughter Grace, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Neff and sons, Joseph Jr. and
George. Mr. Neff returned to his
home in State College, Sunday even-
ing, while Mrs. Neff and children are
spending a week with her parents.
Mrs. A. J. Irey and daughter, Mrs.
Reese, of Danville, were seen in town
one day last week.
Stover Durst went to Akron, Ohio,
Friday of last week, where he hopes
to secure employment. :
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Henry and
children, of Milroy, are guests of Mrs.
Henry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
King. :
Merchant John F. Krape and fam-
ily were Sunday afternoon callers
at the William Bressler home, in
Spring Mills.
Mrs. C. S. Bower and Miss Jessie
Cunningham spent a day, recently,
with Mrs. Bower's two sisters, in
State College.
Mrs. J. G. Eisenhauer had as Tey
cent guests her son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Grove and children, of
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gilbert and
daughter motored up from Sunbury,
Tuesday, and spent a brief time with
old neighbors in town.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bower and son,
John Jr., of Northumberland, and
Mrs. Bower's niece, Miss Miller, of
Lewisburg, were in town Sunday.
Mrs. George McKay and daughter,
Miss Florence, of Philadelphia, mot-
ored to town last week, and were
guests of Mrs. McKay's mother, Mrs.
W. H. Phillips, on Main street. i
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hull had as
brief callers, Sunday, Mrs. Hull's
sister-in-law, niece, nephews and
great neice, Mrs. C. C. Bell, Mrs. F.
B. Patton, John R. Bell, daughter
Catherine, and C. Earl Bell, all of
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gladfelter at-
tended the funeral of their nephew,
at Hershey, on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Neff, accompa-
nied by Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ishler, of
Pleasant Gap, motored to Halifax,
Dauphin county, on Saturday, to at-
tend the funeral of Mr. Neff’s broth-
er, Dr. James Neff.
those in the outlying districts,
not reached by gas. Many of
these ranges originally sold for"
$220 to $275.
Your Choice at $60.00 Each.
Central Penna. Gas Co.
Used Cars
wih 0) Kk” THAT COUNTS
RY THEM before you buy.
see that the “OK” is right.
cannot be matched anywhere for the con-
dition of the Car. These Cars have been thoroly
reconditioned by our expert mechanics.
You are entitled to a Demonstration before
you pay a cent. Trade your old Car in and
drive something better.
Small Down Payment and Very Easy Terms on Balance
Then you can
Prices that
1927 Chevrolet Coupe, excellent condition, all good tires
1925 Chevrolet Coach, all new tires, re-modeled
1924 Ford Coupe, all new tires, motor reconditioned
1925 Oldsmobile Coach, new paint excellent condition
192% Pontiac Coupe, Six-cylinder reconditioned thoroughly
1928 2-Chevrolet Coaches, fully equipped,
all good tires,
1928 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan, very small mileage
1926 Chevrolet Imperial Landau, very low price
1926 Chevrolet Standard Sedan, fully equipped
1924 Chevrolet Sedan, good running condition
1926 Chevrolet Coupe, re-Ducoed, all new tires
1924 Ford 4-Door Sedan, just remodeled
1925 Maxwell Coach,
1928 Essex Sedan, Runs like new,
1925 Jewett Sedan, Just re-modeled.
excellent condition
excellent condition
1927 Chevrolet 1 Ton Truck, reconditioned thoroughly, all
tires replaced where needed, New Paint
1925 Chevrolet Tourings, very reasonable price, each
1926 Chevrolet Roadster, fully equipped
1924 Ford Touring, all good tires
Other Open and Closed Cars Range as Low as $8.00
Corner HIGH and SPRING Sts.
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no waste in
e+. bere is why!
electric cooking
According to actual practical
tests, there is about twenty per
cent less shrinkage when food is
cooked electrically. The reason
is simple! The electric oven is so
thoroughly sealed that very little
evaporation takes place. All the
nourishing juices are retained in
meats and the valuable mineral
contents in vegetables. ]
Check over the butcher's and
grocer’s bills and see for yourself
how important this saving would
be in your budget. In most cases,
it means that every member of
the family will have an extra
dollar to spend every month.
Electric cooking saves youf
time, too! Home economists
figure that the woman who uses
an electric range has at least ten
hours more of leisure time every
month. And ten hours of your
time is worth far more than a
few dollars in money.
Ask any friend who owns an
electric range about how eco-
nomical of time, effort and
money it is. Or let our office tell
you how you can cook this most
modern way . . . and save. Cook
electrically for economy.
Keystone Division