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rs. Jane Close spent several
, at State College, recently.
sy. and Mrs. W. J. Wagner speiit
ay among friends in Pleasant
sorge Rowe has returned frcm a
week’s visit with his daughter,
Kuhn, in Williamsport.
iss Katherine Tussey is conval-
1g nicely, after her recent ser-
illness with pneumonia.
rs. Henry Reitz and son Fred,
Mrs. Robert Reitz, spent the
tend with friends in Sunbury.
ie Missionary society of the
ieran church met, Thursday ev-
g, at the home of the Misses
iss Margaret Gingerich, of the
: Haven teachers’ college, spent
week-end at her home on west
ol street. ’
»alsburg was “dry” all day, Sun-
the main water supply pipe hav-
broken Saturday night and the
ed almost the entire day to repair
Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Moyer de-
‘parted for their new field of work
at Lehighton, -Pa., on Sunday morn-
ing. Their many friends wish them
After spending six weeks in the
Geisinger hospital, at Danville, Miss
Anna Sweeny has returned to the
home of her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth
Jacobs, in Centre Hall, where she
will remain for a month before op-
ening her home in town.
Miss Nora Milier, assisted by a
number of friends, gave a party, on
Monday evening, in honor of her
sister, Miss Mary Reish. Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Hazel also entertained on
Tuesday evening, Rev. and Mrs. W,
W. Moyer being the guests of honor.
Miss Mary Wagner has returned
to her home at Garrettson Beach, N.
Y. after a month's visit with her
grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. W. J.
Wagner. The trip was made in the
company of her uncle, Rev. J. KF,
Harkins, of State College, who went
to New York to attend a student
water available being the creek,
town. A number of men work- conference.
Altoona Booster Merchants Say:
Trade in your home stores first, but come to Booster Stores for
the things your home merchants cannot supply.
TUNE IN FOR THE SPECIAL
Dollar Day Musical Programme
To be Broadcast Over Station W.F.B.G.
Tuesday February 11, 6.15 to 7 P.M.
tora Booster Star
/ednesday, Feb., 12
is important event comes on «Suburban Day” and Lincoln’s Birth-
iy, thus making Three Outstanding Features to be observed on the
Itoona Booster Stores’ Dollar Days
Always Offer Wonderful
And this Mid-Winter event will be no exception to the Rule!
ery Home.in Central Pennsylvania should take advantage of the
llar Day Offerings and buy for present and future requirements!
Home Needs—Personal Needs
Of all kinds will be included in the special Dollar Day Values.
fact, no matter what your needs may be, you will very likely be
le to supply them at good savings by taking advantage of Booster
yres’ Dollar Daly Offerings!
e Altoona papers for Booster Stores’ Dollar Day ads!
entire day Shopping in Booster Stores—
me prepared to nd, the
a p Money You Spend In Booster
10 A, M.,to 5:30 P. M. The More
ores, the More You Save!
ok for the Stores Displaying the YELLOW DOLLAR DAY WIN-
)W CARDS—They Direct You to the Official Booster Stores.
ke Lunch at a Booster Hotel or Restaurant.
tend a Booster Theatre for Entertainment after the day’s Shopping.
For Dollar--Day Visitors
Wednes. February 12
r the convenience of Dollar Day Visitors, Altoona City Officials
ve again removed the One Hour Parking Restrictions for the one
sitors may therefore park their cars on Dollar Day for as long a
riod as necessary as this co-operation on the part of the City Of-
Unlimited Parking in Altoona for Dollar Day
Excepting in Alleys and at Other Places where
Fire Hazards Require Parking Restrictions.
Altoona Booster Association
TRAND THEATRE . . .. ALTOONA, PA.
ONE WEEK STARTING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7
Billie Dove in “THE EVER TOMORROW ”
irst National All-Talking Vitaphone Picture.
COMING SOON :
Comedy—Vitaphone Acts and Sound News.
¢“ NO, NO, NANETTE ”
CINE GROVE, MENTION.
Farmer W. G. Gardner is driving a
new Ford coupe. : ' vais
Don’t overlook the Margaret Reed
sale tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon.
Mrs. Frank Reed and son Edward
are visiting friends in Philadelphia.
Mrs. William Kennedy is visiting
her. son Dean and family, at Read-
L. David Fye spent the latter end
of the week with friends in Lock
Kinney Crouse will be John G. Mil-
ler’'s assistant on the farm the com-
Rev. Samuel R. Brown and D. S.
Peterson made a business trip to Ty-
rone on Friday.
Charles Laird and bride have tak-
en quarters at the E. T. Parsons
home, on Tadpole.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Zeigler spent
the early part of the week on a trip
to the Quaker city.
The woodchuck saw his shadow, on
Sunday, and now we can expect six
more weeks of winter.
William B. Fry and wife, and little
Francis spent Sunday at the John
Barto home, at Guyer.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Porter went
over to Neff’s Mills, last Thursday,
to visit some sick friends.
Paul Goss, employed in the car
shops at Northumberland, spent Sun-
day with friends in Tyrone.
Rev. A. L. Bixler, pastor of the
Methodist church, spent the early
part of the week in Harrisburg.
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Smith
motored to Centre Hall and spent
Sunday with Mr. Smith’s mother.
James Holmes was the guest of
honor at a dinner, Monday evening,
given by Mr, and Mrs. Harry N.
Charles Stover, implement dealer
at Millheim, spent the latter end of
the week looking up his trade in
Samuel H. Tate and wife motored
over from Lewistown and spent Sun-
day at the A. B. Musser home, on
After spending several weeks with
friends in Philadelphia Mrs. John W. |
Stuart has returned to her home in
Mrs. Etta Corl, Mrs. Maude Fry
land Rosella Reed motored to Juni-
ata, Friday, to see the new arrival
at the Thomas Wogan home.
Harold Glenn and John Gilliland,
Sophomores at Lehigh University,
are spending their mid-winter vaca-
tions at their parental homes.
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Rosenberry,
of Stormstown, Mrs. Sue Homan and
daughter Marie were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wieland.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hoy had as
a Sunday guest their daughter, Miss
Charlotte, assistant librarian at Wil-
liamsport Dickinson Seminary.
Samuel E. Fleming, who has been
on the sick list for some time, had |
another bad spell on Saturday night,
but is now resting a little easier.
Andy Laird is hard at work haul-
ing logs to the Royer saw mill to be |
cut into lumber for the new barn
to be erected in the spring on the
|S. C. Miller farm.
The Ferguson township Brother-
hood will hold its next meeting in the |
Methodist church on February 11th. |
The ladies are invited to attend. Rev.
J. S. English will be the speaker.
the Methodist church here this Sun-
day evening. Rev. C. C. Shuey, of
Bellefonte, will bring the message.
Special music will add to the interest |
of the service to which everyone is
Billy Keller, little son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Keller, fell against the
kitchen stove, last Thursday. and
sustained a bad burn on the arm. A
physician gave the burned arm prop-
er attention and he is now getting
J. D. Neidigh shipped two car-
loads of wheat from Struble station,
during the week, for which he paid
$1.14 per bushel. Mr. Neidigh has
sold his farm stock and implements
to his son Clayton and on or before
the first of April will leave the farm
in his care and with his wife go into
a comfortable home at Millbrook.
The midwinter banquet of Penns-
valley lodge, No. 276, I. O. O. F,
was held in their hall last Thursday
evening. A dozen specially
guests were included
of one hundred and fifty who sur-
rounded the tables. D. S. Peterson
presided and Rev. S, A. Brown in-
voked the divine blessing. Music
was furnished by a nine piece or-
chestra. Soloists for the evening in-
cluded Miss Ruth Frank, Miss Clara
Irvin and Mrs. D. S. Peterson. Ad-
dresses were made by Revs. Brown
and English. The banquet also cel-
ebrated the 84th anniversary of the
institution of Pennsvalley lodge.
There will be preaching service in
W. E. Yingling, of Howard,
made several calls in this
Mrs. Lydia Irwin came up from
Howard, on Saturday, and spent
Sunday at her home here.
Mrs. Maggie Tice spent several
days, during the week, with her
mother, Mrs. Catherine Fisher, who
is recovering from a spell of illness.
Both Mr. and Mrs. John Walker
STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS
It’s Nature’s Danger Signal
Chas. Nicholas, 196 Marhet St.
Newark, N. J., says, “Before using
Lithiated Buchu (Keller Formula)
my sleep was disturbed 5 to 6 times
for bladder relief. Have tried most
everything” but this gives greatest
relief in quickest time and is least
expensive. This letter is voluntary
and will cheerfully give or write my
exprience to anyone.” It acts on
bladder as epsom salts do on bowels.
Drives out foreign deposits and les-
sens excessive acidity. This relieves
the irritation that causes getting up
nights, The tablets cost 2c each
at all drug stores, Keller Labora-
tory, Mechanicsburg, Ohio, or local-
ly at C. M. Parrish.
are housed up with the grip and are
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Fye,
non, : L
Miss Anna Taylor, of Bellefonte,
was a visitor at the Fisher home,
on Sunday, going to Howard the
same day for a visit with her sister,
Mrs. Christ Pletcher,
Daniel Barnhart is moving his
household goods here from Coleville
and will occupy the house owned by
his father-in-law, L.E. Davidson, and
vacated several months ago by
Mrs. L. E, Davidson has in her
care the baby of her daughter, Mrs.
Daniel Barnhart, of Coleville, i
sustained serious injuries in a fall
last Wednesday, and has since been
a Dauient in the Centre County hos-
Some people in this section, out
late at night last week, saw what
appeared to be a cross on-a face
of the moon.
believe it a sign for
others consider it a warning to
There are some who :
being cared for by their daughter,
of Moshan- |
Friday and Saturday
in the crowd
the evildoer, chicken thieves and
such like, to change their ways.
Until further notice I am going to make Friday and Saturday of each week
Special Days. To make them Special Days in reality—days you
can’t afford to miss—I am going to offer such low prices as
——Encourage others to subscribe
for the Watchman,
FOR STATE SENATOR
We are authorized to announce the
name of Harry B. Scott, of Philipsburg,
Pa., as a candidate for the nomination
for State Senator, representing the Thir-
ty-Fourth District, comprising Clearfield
and Centre counties, at the Primary Elec-
tion to be held on Tuesday, May 20th,
1930, subject to the rules governing the
FOR STATE COMMITTEEMAN
We are authorized to announce the
Lettuce 15¢ and 20c a pound. Caulifiower 15¢ and 20c a pound.
Spinach 15¢ a pound. Turnips, Carrots and Parsnips 3 Ibs for
20c. Sweet Potatoes, 4 lbs for 25c. Jerseys, 8 Ibs for 25c.
Cooking Onions, 7 Ibs for 25c.
Dpme of Harry By Scott a Philipshure, Apples
enna., as a candidate for the election | Extra Fancy Red..................nnnn...ee Wonks ni tutidumngioaal 4 lbs for 25¢
for State Committeeman representing Cen- | lll woctorn Ren Anndas rms ;
tre county, at the Primary, Election. to be Western Box Apples............... .......... a td 8 Ibs for 35c
held Tuesday, May 20th, 1930, subject to
the rules governing the Republican party.
We are authorized to announce the
candidacy of James H. Hugg of Philips-
burg, Pa., as the Centre County 7 rid on
of the Republican State Committee, sub-
ject to rules and regulations of the Pri-
mary Election to be held May 20, 1930.
CHAIRMAN COUNTY COMMITTEE
We are authorized to announce the
name of Phil. D. Foster, of State College,
Pa., as a candidate for County Chairman
of the Republican party in Centre Coun-
ty, Pa., subject to the decision of the
voters of the party as expressed at the
primary to be held on May 20th, 1930.
Continuous Saturday 2 to 11 P. M.
Remember —These are Special Prices for Friday and Saturday only.
Bush Arcade BELLEFONTE, PA.
Showing 2--7 and 9 P. M.
Western Electric Vitaphone Equipment
~ This Friday and Saturday
100% Talking . . 100% Talking
Norma Terris ;
A roman 715 And J. Harold Murray
vr OL SEUITAT TA
Wr v) movietone
: pd drama
resented by WILLIAM FOX
A colorful story of river boat
days and a gambler who lost his
soul, staked it on a deck of cards
and won redemption in the eyes
of the girl he loved. :
Monday, Tues. and Wednes.--Next Week
With Mary Eaton
Broadway’s own gorgeous revue -ro-
mance! See how its darlings are
glorified. Ziegfeld, himself, shows
you the glittering magnificence of
. the bright lights. Famous Broad-
way stars sing and act for you—
Eddie Cantor, Helen Morgan, Rudy
Vallee in revue scenes—i350 glori-
fied girls—A Gorgeous Revue in
Next Week - - - Thursday and Friday = = = Next Week:
“THE SATURDAY NIGHT KID”
FLORENT TIEGFELD'S — =
GLORIFYING THE 2
Mary Eaton .
Clara Bow in
COMING SOON - - Fox Movietone Production, “The Sky Hawk” - -
Showing 7 and 9 p. m. Admissions—Children 10c., Adults, Balcony 25¢., Main Floor 35c.
All Next Week !!
First Talking Picture
“The Lone Star Ranger” |
with George O’Brien and Sue Carol
Tonight and Tomorrow Night
William Powell Clive Brook
Richard Arlen Fay Wray
“The Four Feathers”
The terrors and perils that white men
meet in the jungle - - with pictures real-
ly taken in Africa. Another Beau Geste