Democratic watchman. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1855-1940, April 19, 1929, Image 5

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9:30 a. m., Bible school.
10:45 a. m., Morning service; Ser-
mon: “Sons of God.”
7:30 p. m., Vesper service; Ser-
mon: “The Lord is my Shepherd.”
Clarence E. Arnold, Pastor.
____ Starting Thursday afternoon,
May 2, all stores in Bellefonte will be
closed Thursday afternoons during
months of May, June, July, August
and September. 74-16-2t
Trade in your home stores
first, but come to Booster
Stores for the things your
home Merchants cannot sup-
Good Roads
Booster Stores
from all sections of
Central Pennsylvania
Whether you live to the North,
South, East or West, there
are good, hard surfaced roads
on which you can reach Al-
toona easily and quickly, en-
abling you to spend as much
time as needed in shopping in
Booster Stores and make the
return trip home in a few
Pennsylvania Railroad Trains,
Trolley Cars and Bus Lines,
also afford quick and comfort-
able methods of transporta-
tion to Altoona from all
points and render satisfactory
service to their patrons.
It is not only an easy matter
to reach Altoona, but it is al-
so a worth while Shopping
Centre to patronize, as
with their large stocks of De-
pendable Spring Merchandise
representing the very latest in
style, offer exceptional ad-
vantages for shopping with
entire satisfaction.
You can shop with confidence
in Booster Stores for every-
thing that your home mer-
chants cannot supply... Per-
sonal needs for Spring as well
as furnishings with which to.
brighten up the home after
housecleaning, may all be se-
cured to best advantage in
Booster Stores!
Booster Stores
Booster Stores Open at 8:30 a. m.
Close at 5:30 p. m.
Saturday Closing 9 p. m.
Strand Theatre
One Week, Starting Sat. April 20
“The Redeeming Sin”
With Vitaphone
Vitaphone Acts—Movietone News
| Members of the Fillmore Metho-
| dist church will give a play in the
' April 27th.
'Proi. A. B. Corl and thirty-three
sold his milk route to W. E. Sunday.
John S. Dale was in town, on Mon-
day, looking after some business mat-
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wieland spent
Monday in Bellefonte on a shopping
Quite a frost in this section, on
Sunday morning, and then snow on
A. S. Bailey returned home from
Pittsburgh driving a new sports model
Jewett car.
Joe Harpster will flit to Mill Hall
where he has secured employment in
the axe factory.
Chester McCormick and wife, of
Circleville, were visitors in town on
Saturday afternoon.
J. E. Johnson, who is now employ-
ed in Altoona, spent Sunday with his
family in this place.
Mrs. Gladys Watson and two chil-
dren spent Sunday at the Ed Isen-
berg home, at Baileyville.
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Morrison re-
turned home, last week, from spend-
ing the winter in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wogan and
son George, of Altoona, were Sun-
day visitors among friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kinch, of Al-
toona, spent Sunday at the G P.
Irwin home, at Pennsylvania Fur-
Farther James Oliver is housed up
with a painfully injured knee. G. W.
Judy is looking after the work on his
| farm.
The lantern slide poultry show held
!in the town hall, Thursday evening,
| was quite instructive and largely at-
| tended.
Warren Bailey and wife, and the
latter's mother, motored over from
Saxton, early in the week, for a visit
| with relatives.
Joe Glenn is planning to establish
a summer camp on Tadople, where he
can spend his leisure hours in peace
and quietude.
Elizabeth, motored in from Pitts-
burgh, Saturday, for a visit at the
| Dr. Woods home.
| Dr. L. E. Kidder had a hurry call
to Baileyville, on Sunday, but when
he arrived he found the place vacat-
ed and the patient gone.
After a two months stay at the C.
| M. Dale home, on the Branch, Miss
| Myrtle Smith returned to her home,
| near Unionville, on Sunday.
A congregational meeting will be
{ held in the Graysville church, on Sun-
| day morning, to consider candidates
| for the vacancy in the pulpit.
I. O. O. F. hall here on the evening of |
Admission, 15 and 30 |
cents. :
George Koch, in his big truck, took :
fonte, last Friday afternoon, to at-
tend the movies.
Robert Reed and wife and E. T
>grsons, near Unionville. The latter
iin a recent fall.
A petition is being circulatéd to
have the court appoint viewers for
the opening of an extension of Church
street to connect with the road over
| Tussey mountain.
{ Henry Goss, of Houtzdale, and Har-
ry Goss, of Harrisburg, were here for
| the opening of the trout fishing sea-
! son, on Monday, guests of their moth-
er, Mrs. A. F. Goss.
Monday’s rain and snow was too
! much for most of the fishermen here
| though a few went out to try their
‘luck. Royal Kline made the best
| catch, a string of ten beauties.
{At their play, last week, our P.
LO. S. of A. boys cleared $135.00. The
. prize winners were John Zong, of the
! Krumrine school, $5.00; Alvin Corl,
' of White Hall, $2.50 and Mrs. Barto,
(of the Fleming High school, $1.50.
The boys will repeat their play at
, Spring Mills this evening.
Holy Communion will be held in
the Methodist church at Pine Grove
Mills this Sabbath evening, at 7:30
o'clock. Rev. M. C. Piper, of Miles-
burg, will be present and bring the | mountains. The fishermen who ré- |
message. Everybody welcome to this !|
‘and all other services of the church. |
| —C. C. Shuey, assistant pastor.
At a regular meeting of Pennsyl-
following officers were installed by
district deputy H. M. Hosterman;
| Ncble Grand—J. D. Neidigh.
Vice Grand—M. C. Wieland.
Rec’. Sec’y.—H. L. Harpster.
Fin. Sec’y.—D. S. Peterson.
Treasurer—E. C. Musser.
Chaplain—H. A. Elder.
Warden—W. H. Fry.
Conductor—J. H. Bailey.
. 8S. to N. G.—C. H. Meyers.
. S. to N. G.—R. D. Shoemaker.
. S. to V. G.—W H. Glenn.
S. to V. G.—P. E. Sunday.
. S. S.—R. D. Thomas.
S. S.—Guy Clark.
G.—A. J. Laird.
I. G.—G. N. Drieblebis.
Trustee—J. E. McWilliams.
| Representative to Grand Lodge—
-W. S. Markle.
Representative to Orphan’s Home—
A. L. Albright.
A smoker and refreshments fol-
‘lowed the installation.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson were ov-
| er Sunday visitors at Mrs. Wilson's
| parental home.
Edward Burchfield, of Altoona, has
been a visitor at the Leech home dur-
ling the past week.
Chester Neff has been out of school
| for several days owing to an attack
' of the flu. Dorothy Garbrick is also
| housed up with the same ailment.
—Subscribe for the Watchman.
It is reported that F. T. Tate has
Hugh C. Dale, of the Branch, was
a caller in town on Sunday evening.
Walter Woods, wife and daughter |
grammar scheol students to Belle- |
Parsons, spent Sunday with mother !
lis suffering with injuries sustained |
vania lodge, No. 276, last week the |
| was a brief caller at the home of her
sister, Mrs. John Wolf.
Mrs. C. E. Musser spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. Hackenberg,
and sister, Mrs. Miller, in Williams-
| Harold Orwig, of Bloomsburg, and
Mrs. Edith Hartman, of Epsy, spent
| Sunday at the home of Mr. Orwig’s
' mother.
| Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crouse motored
| to Lock Haven, Sunday, where they
were dinner guests at the home of
Mrs. Crouse's nephew.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Bitner, of
| Spring Mills, were brief callers at the
homes of their aunt, Miss Alice
Bright, and uncle, C. G. Bright.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bartges, ac-
companied by a number of school
children, motored to Bellefonte, Mon-
day evening, to see the “Singing
Mr. and Mr. C. A. Grove and two
children of Williamport, were week-
end guests of Mrs. Grove’s mother,
Mrs. J. C. Eisenhauer, on west Main
Mr. and Mrs. Showers, of Lock
Haven, were brief callers at the home
{of Mrs. Shower’'s parents, Mr. and
| Mrs. George E. Stover, on north 2nd.
| street.
Miss Sara Bower, accompanied by
burg, on Saturday afternoon, where
| Mrs. Orwig went to attend to some
i business.
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor ang
i family, of State College, were guests
i Sunday, at the home of of Mrs. Tay-
| lor’s sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Bower.
Mrs. H. M. Coll, of Sate College,
‘and baby Susanne, of Philadelphia,
called on old friends and neighbors
Sunday afternoon.
to her home in town after having
spent the winter with friends in Wil-
liamsport and with Mr. and Mrs. Har-
vey Musser Sr., in Akron, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reed and
son, of Milroy, were Sunday after-
noon callers at the home of Mrs.
Reed’s uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. Stover, on north Second street.
Ammon Steffen, of Knecht's Mills;
| his faher, Henry Steffen, and sisters,
| Mrs. Armagast and Miss Sara Stef-
| fen, motored to Danville, Saturday,
{and on Sunday to Bloomsburg. They
| returned home Sunday evening.
Saturday afternoon callers at the
| Thomas Hull home were Mrs. C. C.
i Bell, Mrs. F. B. Patton, C. Earl Bell
: and little Catherine Bell, of Hunting-
(don: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Groff and
baby Jean, of Elizabethtown. Other
callers at the Hull home were Mr. and |
| Mrs. Calvin Troup and three daugh- |Fi5
ters, of Bellefonte.
with his father, Jacob Robb.
Gene Pletcher, of Philadelphia,
spent Sunday with his mother in
| Mrs. A. A. Pletcher's father, Mr
| Zimmerman, has been seriously sick
i the past few days.
J. D. Gladhill, Oscar Schenk and
{ Chester Neff have gone to Renovo,
to work on the state road.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkwood, of Wil-
i liamsport, were Sunday callers at the
home of Harry McDowell.
Dr. G. D. Robb, dean of Altoona
| High school, his wife and son, Prof.
| Gene Robb, of Bedford, were Howard
| visitors on Saturday.
Mrs. Fred Day is still a patient in
i the Lock Haven hospital, but is doing
; nicely and is expected home in the
{ near future.
| The Presbyterians will have
| preaching services, conducted by Rev.
| Shibli, in the Reformed church Sun-,
! day evening, April 21st.
The merchants of Howard started
| their Thursday half holiday, last
i week, and will close every Thursday
. afternoon until October first.
There was quite an exodus of trout
| fishermen, Sunday, for the mountain
| streams, but the snow and rain spoil-
{ed the fishing. Several having re-
‘turned with small catches reported
, from two to five inches of snow in the
mained near home have had better |
' been Ellis Pletcher, 18, Chas. Bech-
{ol 14, Henry Williams 12, and Ellery
{ Tice 9.
| Good prices were realized at the
| John Lucas sale, last Saturday.
| Lew Davidson moved his family,
last Thursday, into the new apart-
ments over his store.
Ground has been broken by Joe
Davidson for a new house on the old |
school grounds, near his new barn.
Robert Garman, of Bellefonte, and |
Miss Daisy Shawley, of Milesburg,
were brief visitors here on Sunday:
Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher and chil-
dren motored down from Bald Eagle
and spent Sunday at the Mrs. W. E.
Fisher home.
Mrs. Joseph Baker, of Pittsburgh,
is now ocupying her summer home,
the former Johi T. Harnish property,
across the creek. :
Toner Holt, with his mother and
nephew, Ralph Hazzard, motored
down from Tyrone and spent part of
Sunday at the Irwin home.
William Watson and young daugh-
ter, of Chestnut Grove, were guests
Saturday night and Sunday, at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles
Reese and family.
While out at play, last Friday af-
ternoon, Dorothy Reese, small daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese,
fell and ran a splinter into her eye,
The splint was removed by a physi-
cian but so far it has not been deter-
mined whether the child's sight will
be impaired or not.
Mrs. Kate Yerdley, of Shamokin,
Mrs. W. E. Orwig, motored to Lewis-"
and daughter, Mrs. I. Brittin Shelley |
Mrs. John Mohr Otto has returned |
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One of the
Finest Pictures
You’ve Heard
Singing - Playing
Talking - - - Dancing
Monday and Tuesday
APRIL 22 and 23
Chas. Robb spent the week-end |
electric range
success. Some of the catches have |
... here is how!
follows your §
cook book . . .
without any
attention from you
You can leave your range
alone in the kitchen to tend
the cooking ... just as you
would a competent maid. For’
it will do automatically all the
things you'd do if you were
When you set the clock
and the thermostat, you free
yourself from all cooking
worry and responsibility. You
can put your entire dinner in
the oven, then go cutshopping
or to an afternoon party. On
your return, you will find the
entire meal done to a turn,
piping hot, all ready to place
on the table.
And your family will say
that they never tasted better
cooked foed. It is evenly
browned. All the rich, health-
ful juices have been retained.
The flavor is delicious.
This is not the result of
“luck.” Electric cooking is
uniformly good cocking. For
you can duplicate your best
results every meal. Cook
electrically for economy.