Democratic watchman. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1855-1940, January 17, 1930, Image 5

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Dr. John A. H. Keith, State Sup-
rintendent of Public Instruction, on’
Nednesday announced for the infor-
nation of interestd teachers, that
he State Council of Education is
eady to consider applicants for the
930 Nathan C, Shaeffer Memorial
scholarship. The scholarship car-
ies a monetary value of $600 and
5; awarded for advance study to
ny teacher who is a citizen of
ennsylvania at the time ine award
s made and who holds a baccalau-
eate degree from an accrdited col-
Candidates wishing to be consid-
red for this scholarship must
resent evidence of physical vigor,
ood moral character, scholastic at-
ainments, and three or more years '
f successful teaching experience
pplication blanks may be had up-
n request to the Department of
ublic Instruction, and must be
led with the State Council of Ed-
cation not later than April 15.
— Mrs, J. B. Scott and her son
harles, have leased the south side
f the Horatio S. Moore house, be-
1g the first tenants since Mr. Moore
snverted his home on north Alle-
heny street, into a two family
suse. Mrs. Scott and her son will
ove there from the Cooke property.
1 east Linn street, this spring.
The Brooks-Doll post of the
merican Legion will give “A Night
_ Paris” ball in the army on Friday
ening, February 14th for the
snefit of the drum and bugle corps.
s this will be the first benefit put
1 for this musical organization in
long time they should be well pat-
— A fiery cross was burned on
e mountain above Coleville, on
jesday night, and people of that
llage are somewhat mystified as to
hethey it was the work of the Ku
lux Klan or merely a prank of mis-
ievious boys.
Mr. John F, Holt is still seriously
Mrs. G. W. Bullock has been on
e sick list for several days.
Mr. J. H, Finch was home over the
sek end from State College, where
is employed at plastering.
Rev. Julian Park, of Martinsburg,
10 so. ably assisted in the revival
rvices for ten days, returned to his
arge last Friday evening.
Mrs. Maggie Keatley has been
th her niece, Mrs. Cora Young, of
rt Matilda, whose husband died,
the hospital last week, after a few
y's illness,
The : , oyster. supper : which the |
angers had planned for Tuesday
ening has been postponed until
turday evening, .. January..-18th.}.
fog adults» and 35 | §i
ice. -50: cents.
+ children.
The services in the M. E. church
2 still in progress, with a good
mber in attendance, Meetings will
ntinue all week, with song service
ery evening at 7:30. No services
Saturday evening.
At the recent meeting of the La-
1s Aid society the president, Mrs,
tella Parsons, appointed the fol-
ving on the executive committee
* this year: Miss Laura Rumberg-
Mrs. Anna Wiliams, Mrs. Clara
llock, Mrs, Ella Holt, Mrs. Lena
otts, Mrs. Orrie Holt, Mrs, Harriet
vrs, Catherine Fisher has so |
. recovered from a recent heart
ack that she is able to sit up a |
tion of the time each day.
Rev. Miller has started his reviv- |’
services in the United Brethren
irch, at Runville, and is being
sisted by Rev. Weaver. .
\gregations «are. present . each]
‘ning. Ci CRedgbun
dr. and: Mrs: Ralph; Keiffer
i Mrs. Daniel Rine motored up
m Flemington, on Sunday, and
nt the day st the Irwin home.
s. Irwin accompanied them on the
urn trip as far as Howard, where
. will be in charge of the How-
| Kline home, during Mrs Kline's
"he “Panther Crawl” is fast be-
ning the rage in England.
t is not a new dance, but a new
le of walking that it is believed
1 give improvement of grace and
“he adoption of the ‘Panther
wl” is urged by Miss Marguerite
niel a dancing and physical cul-
e exponent.
The majority of people walk with
t turned out,” she said, “result-
in movement being deflected to
side, the twisting of the knee
1 spine.’
he “panther crawl” is valuable
attaining unified correlation and ||
_Subscribe for the Watchman.
; Natures Danger Signal
tev. W. H. Mitchell, Jeffersonville,
0 says, “I feel I am doing real
isionary work when I tell or write
v my wife was relieved of a ser-
3 case of bladder irritation with
hiated Buchu (Keller Formula).
» had to get up 6 to 8 times cach
ht,” It acts on bladder as epsom
's do on bowels, Drives out for-
n deposits and lessens execessive
ity. This relieves the irritation |
t causes getting up nights. The
lets cost 2c. each at all drug
es, Keller Laboratory, Mechan-
| Nevin Fisher.
| structor), was unavoidably
The event was very enjoyable and
3 af
le ¥daughter “Barbara, ‘and Mr. 388
Miss Helen Geer spent the week-
‘end at her home in Lock Haven.
George L. Homan is making some
repairs on his Main street residence.
Miss Fern Bennett,
of Altoona, |
was a Sunday visitor at the E. W.'
Hess home.
Mrs, John Ishler spent part of last |
week in Altoona, undergoing a ton-
sil operation,
Grace Smith, of Centre Hall, were in
town on Thursday.
Charles Fisher,
spent the week-end at the Fisher
home on Main street.
Miss Katherine Gingrich resumed
work at State College,
after a few days illness. -
W. R. Port and family spent
Sunday with friends on Marsh
' Creek.
Mrs. David klder, of Graysville
' A, Elder home.
Mrs. W. A. Odenkirk and Miss
.er's Creek, spent the latter end of
‘the week in town, :
of Penn State, |
‘day. Preparatory services this (F'ri-
on Monday,
as janitor at the Graysville Presby-
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Dale, of the
Branch, were guests of Miss Anna |
Dale, at dinner on Sunday.
Mrs. Harry Hoy and daughter,
Miss Margaret, of State College,
were visitors in town during the
| week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bubeck and
Mac Mothersbaugh, of Willow Grove
Park, were over Sunday visitors at'
the home of George Mothersbaugh,
{ The Women's
of the Reformed church held their
regular meeting at the home of Mrs.
Jacob Meyer, on Thursday evening.
, Prof. and Mrs. O. F. Smith are
mourning the death of their thirteen
months old daughter Beatrice, who
| died Saturday night after
{ illness with pneumonia, Two sisters,
Thelma and Dorothy, and three
! brothers, Oscar, David and John,
| survive, Funeral services were held
iat the home at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday,
interment in the local cemetery.
| The class of 1925 of Boalsburg
| High school was entertained at din-
ner, Saturday evening, al the home
of Miss Anna Mary Hess. The oc-
| casion was a complete reunion, ev-
| ery member of the class being pres- |
. man,
: Misses Dorothy Ishler, Kathryn
| Wert, Ruby Messmer. Anna Mary
| Hess, and Messrs Mac Mothersbaugh,
i James Bohn, Harold Callahan and
Ralph Dale, (an in-
The guests were H, M. Hoster-
one long to be remembered.
— Grundy refused to vote onthe
wool schedule of the tariff bill but
he probably had no intention of re-
buking Smoot for insisting on a
high rate on sugar, in which he is
directly interested,
9:15 a. m,, Decision day service.
6:45 p. m., Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m., Evening service,
Revival service every night, except
Saturday, at 7:30 p. m. Everybody
_ A. Ward Campbell, Pastor.
a brief |
(teacher), and Mrs. Hosterman, |
‘and hunting lodge.
Missionary society
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bierly have
gone to Florida for the winter.
Only one day of sunshine the past
week but extremely mild weather.
was a Monday visitor at the Henry
Ed Kocher, retired farmer of Shav-
Holy Communion will be celebrat-
ed in the Lutheran church on Sun-
day evening.
Cyrus Grove has given up his job
terian church and E. K. Woomer ap-
pointed in his place.
Henry McWilliams left on a motor
trip to Lancaster, Tuesday, to spend
the balance of the winter with his
sister, Mrs. Alice Buchwalter,
Donald Kepler and Jimmie Kelly
are building a log cabin, 18x22 feet
in size, a story and a half high, on
Whipple's dam, to be used as a fishng
‘Wade Herman, well known stock
dealer, bought a truck load of pork-
ers from Tate & Homan for 10%
cents a pound, which he took to the
Philipsburg market.
William E, Hunter, of McVeytown,
and Carrie E. Miller, of Rhyde,
came here by automoblie and were
married by Rev. J. S. English at
the Lutheran parsonage.
The Ross Sunday school will serve
a chicken and waffle supper at the
Eugene Ellenberger home, Wednes-
day evening, January 22nd, 4 to 9
o'clock. Price, 25 and 50 cents.
Ed S. Moore, who has been con-
fined to his room the past three
weeks, is improving. The venerable
Samuel Grove. Mrs. Cyrus Goss and
Fred Cox are also slightly improved.
Aunt Phoebe Potter, who makes
her home with her nephew, I. O.
Campbell, at Fairbrook, became vio-
lently ill, Monday morning, and so
far little change has been noticed.
She is 88 years of age.
J. Herbert Ward came up from
Philadelphia, to visit his cousin, Max
Ward. Herb has purchased the W.
E. Johnson home, just east of town, |
and expects to erect a nice house to
use as a summer home. i
Fred Corl, of Altoona, spent the |
early part of the week visiting his |
mother here. ©Cn,his return trip he
was accompanied by his sister, Miss |
Esther, as far as Juniata, who went |
up to see the new arrival at the
Thomas Wogan home.
A birthday surprise party was]
given Paul Meyers, at the home of |
his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Charles
H. Meyers, near Meek’s church, on'
Monday evening, it being his 21st
anniversary. A large number of
friends were present and the young
man. received many nice gifts,
among them a check for $100.
ayia] ‘ge. g pial giv ob wor
BoorilozoTRe 9. on dL
nm. uss
Games, music and dancing was on|.
the program, .Refreshments were
served and the evening proved most
dlightful for all who were there.
Last Friday evening the school
bus driven by Earl Gilliland, in
transporting the children to State
College, collided with another truck
and upset. None of the children
were seriously hurt but the bus was
damaged to the extent of aboutone
hundred dollars.
In her last will
Mrs, Margaret Reed, who died last
week, bequeathed most of he r for-
tune to the Presbyterian church, She
also directed that the mortgage
against the present ownmer of the
home farm be cancalled. John E.
McWilliams is executor of her es-
Pennsvalley lodge No, 276, I
0. O. F, will hold its 83rd annual
midwinter banquet on Thursday ev-
ening, January 30th Roast turkey
will be the main dish on the bill of
fare, Committees have already be-
gun work on the arrangments there-
fore with the intention of making it
one of the best banquets ever held.
We are sorry to hear of the death
of Mrs, James Bartley, who was bur-
ried Monday afternoon.
Mr. Glosner, Mr. Monteith and
Mr. Weaver are all on the sick list,
but somewhat improved at this writ-
Visitors at the Mervin Hoy home,
on Sunday, were Mr, and Mrs. Harry
Hoy and son Willard, Miss Ella
Weaver, Clarence Korman and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Neff and sons,
Joseph Jr. and George, motored
down from State Colege, on Monday.
to attend the funeral of Mrs, James
Bartley and also visited the home of
her parents and the Mervin Hoy
A little girl was born, January
8rd, to Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Hoy.
Both mother and babe are getting
along fine under the excellent care
of Mrs. Hoy's sister, Dorothy Kor-
man. The baby has been named
Dorothy Viola,
OR RENT.—The “third floor apart-
ment for light house keeping, in
the Jennie Morgan home, on east
High street. 50-1t
H. F. Bosley, in the Court of Com-
mon Pleas of Centre county,No. 49
February Term, 1930.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
in interest by the undersigned, appointed
Auditor by the Court of Common Pleas
of Centre County to pass upo nthe facts
in dispute, determine the respective rights
of the plaintiff in the writ of execution
to the above Number and Term, and the
rights of other ts to the whole or
any .part of said fund and make a sched-
ule of distribution, that the undersigned
has fixed Tuesday, the 11th day of Febru-
ary, 1930, at ten A. M., for a hearing
in Temple Court, at which time and place
all parties in interest are requested to at-
tend and they shall be heard.
75-3-3¢t ELLIS L. ORVIS, Auditor
* iona Bouse Sos A Backing ng
and testament
nual meeting of the stockholders of
Whiterock Quarries will be held at
the offices of the Company in Bellefonte,
Pa. on Monday, January 27, 1930, at ten
o'clock a. m., for the election of direc-
tors for the ensuing year and to transact
such other business as may properly
come before such meeting.
75-2-3t Secretary.
~ XECUTOR’S NOTICE. — Notice is
hereby given that letters testament-
ary in the estate of L.
Hutchison, late of the Borough of lle-
fonte, deceased, have been granted to the
undersigned by the Register of Wills of
Centre County, All persons indebted to
the said estate are requested to make
payment of the same and those having
claims against the estate to present them
duly proven for adjustment and payment,
75-1-6t Bellefonte, Penna.
HERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of a
writ of Levari Facias issued out of
the Court of Common Pleas of Cen-
tre County, to me directed, will be ex-
osed to public sale at the Court House
in borough of Bellefonte on
The Following Property:
ALL that certain messuage, tenement
ad tract of land situate in the Township
of Union, County of Centre and State of
Pennsylvania, bounded and described as
follows, to-wit:
BEGINNING at a post on the South
side of Bald Eagle Creek; thence along
land of Ida M. Lucas, formerly Walter
W. Lucas, North 49 degrees and 30 min-
utes West 116 rches to stones; thence
along land of Martha L. Hall formerly
Robert Hall, South 56 degrees 30 min-
utes West 68 perches to stones; thence
South 25 degrees East 108 perches to a
post on the South side of Bald Eagle
reek; thence alon the edge of said
Creek by lands of Mills Alexander North
46 degrees and 30 minutes East to a post;
thence along same North 62 degrees, East
92 perches to a post, the place of begin-
ning. Containing acres and 100 perches.
Seized, taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of Edward A. Peters,
Sale to commence at 1:30 o'clock p. m.
of said day.
H. E. DUNLAP, Sheriff
Sheriff’s Office, Bellefonte, Pa.,
January 13, 1930. 75-3-3t
S HERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of a
writ of Levari Fac 5 issued out of
the Court of Common Pleas of Centre
County, to me directed, will be exposed
to public sale at The Court House in the
Borough of Bellefonte on
The Following Property:
ALL that certain messuage, tenement
and lot of ground situate in the Town-
shi of College, County of Centre and
State of Pennsylvania, bounded and des-
cribed as follows, to-wit:—
BEGINNING at the Northeast corner of
lot of Mrs. Annie E. Rosenberger, form-
erly lot of Ezma Lee, thence Kast along
centre of Turnpike, now State Highway,
Route 56, a distance of 75 feet to a corn-
er to be established by Jacob R. Hoy.
Harry Stover and Margaret Stover, his
wife,” thence along the described lot and
other lands of Jacob R. Hoy in a South-
erly direction to a corner to be establish-
ed between the said Joy and Stovers, on
line of land of R. G. Bressler, Westerly
a distance of 75 feet to corner of lot of
Mrs. Al , formerly
Eva Lee, being the Southeast corner of
Annie E. Rosenberger, a distance ap-
proximately 217 feet to the place of he-
Seized, taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of Harry Stover and
Margaret Stover, his wife.
Sale to commence at 1:30 o'clock P. M.
of said y.
. E. DUNLAP, Sheriff
Sheriff's Office, Bellefonte, Pa.
December 26th, 75-1-8t
President Hoover has asked the co-operation of all kinds of industry in an effort to
continue through 1930 the wave ‘of general prosperity with which the country was fa-
vored during 1929.
Industry has rallied to the re
quest of the President and all branches have reported
much larger appropriations for improvements and expansion purpose than were made
during 1929.
Hundreds of Millions of Dollars will be expended in this manner by the Railroads,
Utilities of all kinds, Automobile Manufacturers and other outstanding industries,
addition to the other Hundreds ‘of Millions that will be paid out in wages and salaries
—all of which will help very materially to make 1930 a year of outstanding prosper-
ity in all sections of our country.
wiil co-operate in Backing Up The President in his laudable efforts to maintain
prosperity by inaugurating
to Continue Over January 23, 24 and 25
This sale has been planned by Booster Stores to enable them to dispose of present
stocks so that they may be able to place large orders with Manufacturers to help
keep Industry Moving!
Everybody Should Attend this Sale
and Share in the Wonderful Values that will be offered in dependable merchandise
for the home as well as for personal use!
It is an event that will be of Vital Interest to every home in Blair, Bedford, Cen-
tre, Cambria, Cléarfigid, Huntingdon and Surrounding Counties! :
Come prepared to buy for present and future needs.
See Altoona Daily Papers for Booster Store Ads, Giving De
Important. Prosperity Sale and Its Wonderful Values
Booster Store Hours
8.30 a. m. to 5.30 p. m.
Saturday Until 9
yurg Ohio or locally at C. M, Par- |
Booster Association
OUSE FOR RENT.—An eight room
house, with bath, good hot water
system. hot water heater and
conveniences located at No. 30, west Lo-
gan street. The house is so arranged
that renter desiring to sub-let a two or
three room apartment can very conven-
iently do so. It has a large lot and three
car garage. For further information in-
quire at this office. 75-2-3t
stration on the es-
ther K. Gray, late of
Centre county, Pennsyl-
having been granted to
the undersigned all persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate
requested to make immediate Te
such indebtedness and those having
claims should present them, properly au-
thenticated, to
GEORGE M. GLENN, Administrator
Harrisburg Academ
74-50-6t Harrisburg,
We offer subject to Market changes:
ters of mini;
Patton jowaship,
vania, deceased,
per 100lb
Quaker scratch feed .......... 2.50
Quaker Full-O-Pep egg mash 3.50
Quaker 209, dairy ration....... 2.50
Quaker 249, dairy ration....... 2.65
Quaker calf meal........................ 4.50
Quaker sugared Schumacker.. 2.30
Wayne 329, dairy ration........ 3.00
Wayne 249, dairy ration....... 2.70
Wayne 209% dairy ration... 2.65
Wayne egg mash... 3.25
Wayne 189 pig meal... .00
Wayne 289% hog meal.............. 3.25
Ryde’s calf meal... 5.00
Bran... ieee 2.00
A. middlings ...............iiie..e.. 2.30
B. middlings. ..........cocoisirensanss 210
Corn and Oats Chop................ 2.25
Cracked corn ............ceeee 2.40
Corn CHOP. -...ccoooecevmnenrsurennnsnemnns 2.40
Flax meal ..............cccocrevirers 2.40
Linseed oil meal... 3.20
Cotton seed meal...... 2.80
Gluten feed .............. 2.50
Alfalfa meal ............cooooiieneenenns 225
Beef scrap or meat meal... 4.00
Hog tankage ................. 2.70
Oyster shells ............... 1.00
Mica spar grit... 1.50
Stock salt ..................... 1.00
Common Fine Salt 1.28
Quaker oat meal ...... 340
Menhaden 559% fish meal. ...... 4.00
Bone meal ........ccccceneeieriiees 3.78
Charcoal .................... 3.00
Dried buttermilk 9.50
Dried skim milk 9.00
Pratt's poultry worm powder... 10.00
Pratt’s poultry regulator... 9.00
Cod Liver Oil cans gal.......... 1.80
Cod Liver Oil bulk gal... 1.30
Orders for one ton or more de-
livered without extra charge.
We make no charge for mixing
your rations.
Your orders will be appreciated and
have our careful attention.
Feed store—28 West Bishep Street
"Phone 93-F
Mill—Hecla Park, Pa. ‘Phone 2324
A Prosperity Sale, Starting Wednesday January 22--
ils of this
Every Wednesday Is
Surburban Day
In Booster Stores