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Bellefonte, Pa., July 11, 1930,
DEATHS OF THE WEEK.
EISENHAUER.—Merrill T. Eisen-
hauer, for more than a score of
years a resident of Bellefonte, died
at the State hospital, at Danville,
early last Saturday morning, as the
result of pernicious locomotor ataxia.
He had not been in good heaith for
. some years but worked up to about
three weeks before his death. He
then went to Beavertown on a vaca-
tion, became violently ill and was
taken to the Danville hospital.
He was a son of J. G. and Alice
Adleman Eisenhauer and was born
at Millheim forty-four years ago.
In his early life he taught school
several terms then was assistant
manager of a restaurant at State
College. In 1908 he came to Belle-
fonte and went to work as a clerk
in the P. R. R. freight depot, where
he remained until his fatal illness.
He was a member of St. John’s
Lutheran church and a member of
tne choir. He was also a member
of the Knights of the Golden Eagle
and for a number of years secre-
tary of the order. In politics he
was a Republican and had been a
member of the Bellefonte board of
auditors for some years past.
About twenty-one years ago he
married Miss Carrie Bowersox, of
Beavertown, who survives with two
sons, Francis and Richard. One
daughter, Ethel, died when a small
child. His father was killed in an
accident in the P. R. R. yards at
Northumberland thirteen years ago
but he leaves his mother, living at
Aaronsburg, and the following broth-
ers and sisters: Clarence Eisenhauer,
of Youngstown, Ohio; Mrs. Arthur
Weaver, of Lewistown; Philip, of
Akron, Ohio; Mrs,. Ray Auman, of
Youngstown; Mrs. C. O. Grove, of
Williamsport, and Harry, of Mill-
Funeral services were held in
Beavertown, on Monday afternoon
at two o'clock, burial being made
in that place. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Decker, were among the Bellefonte
people who attended the funeral.
McWILLIAMS.—William E. Mec-
Williams, a life-long resident of the
western section of Centre county,
died on the evening of July 4th, at
the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Frank V. Goodhart, at Centre Hall,
as the result of a stroke of par-
alysis sustained four days previous.
He was a son of Henry and Re-
becca McWilliams and was born on
the farm at White Hall on July
3rd, 1850, hence was 80 years and
one day old. His early life was
spent on the farm until he lost an
arm in an accident when he quit
the farm and moved to Lewistown
where he engaged in the hardware
and implement business. A few
years later he moved back to Rock
Springs and became the first rural
mail carrier in that section, a job
he held 44 years, or until his re-
tirement about ten years ago. He
was a member and elder of the
Graysville Presbyterian church.
When twenty-two years of age
he married Miss Annie Goheen,
who died in 1910, but surviving hie
are the following children: Mrs.
Frank Goodhart and Mrs. Harry
Potter, of Centre Hall; Mrs. Ralph
Musser, of Mill Hall; John H. Mc-
Williams, of Louisville, Ky. and
Harold, of Johnstown, He also
leaves one sister, Mrs. John Bailey,
of Pine Grove Mills.
After brief services at the Good-
hart home, Monday afternoon, the
remains were taken to Graysville
where further services were held
by Rev. J. M. Kirkpatrick, burial
being made in the Graysville ceme-
HAAS.—William F. Hass, for a
a quarter of a century in charge
of the Bellefonte fish hatchery, died
in a sanitorium, at Allentown, on
July 4th, where he had been under-
going treatment since leaving Belle-
fonte in April. He was born at
Allentown and was 60 years and 2
months old, As a young man he
made a study of fish culture and
followed that occupation all his
life. When he came to Bellefonte
to take charge of the State fish
hatchery it was one of the new
ones in the State and it was mainly
through his efforts that it was built
up to one of the best in the State
today. ! ' »
Mr. Haas’ wife passed away last
fall and as they had no children his
only survivors are a brother and
sister, Harvey and Margaret, both
of Allentown. Burial was made in
Allentown on Tuesday afternoon.
MEYER. Miss Loretta H. Meyer,
a 1930 graduate at the Centre
County hospital training school for
nurses, died at the hospital, last
Saturday morning following several
weeks illness. She was a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Meyer and
was born at Tusseyville 20 years |
ago. She is survived by her par- |
ents and the following brothers and
sisters: Elmer Meyer, in Hawaii,
Mrs. Nellie Ripka, of State College;
Miss Helen, of Johnson City, New
York: Charles, in Haiti; Miss Char- |
lotte, of Philadelphia; Woodrow,
Dorothy, Kenneth and Junior at
home. Burial was made in the
Pine Hall cemetery on Monday af-
FIELDS.—John Franklin Fields,
well known resident of Bellwood,
died at the Altoona hospital on Mon-
day, June 30th, as the result of an
attack of pneumonia suffered sever-
al months ago. He was a son of
John and Etta Rider Fields and was
born at Gatesburg on May 20th,
1870, hence was past 60 years of
age. He was a carpenter by trade
and followed that occupation all his
life, He was a member of the
Methodist church, the Tented Order
of Maccabees and one or more musi-
In 1889 he married Miss Anna
Ghaner who survives with four sons
and four daughters. He also leaves
two brothers and two sisters. Burial
was made in the Logan valley ceme-
tery last Thursday afternoon.
BUFFINCTON. Mrs. I Sarah Jane
Buffington, widow of the late
Charles Lucien Buffington, died at
her home in Altoona, on June 29th,
as the result of general debility.
She was a daughter of Wharton and
Eliza Watson Norris and was born
at Centre Furnace, Centre county,
on November 25th, 1840, hence was
in her 90th year. The greater part
of her life was spent in Centre
county. In 1864 she married Mr.
Buffington who died 16 years ago.
She is survived by three daughters.
Burial was made at Tyrone on Tues-
day of last week.
(Additional deaths on page 3.)
GOOD MOVIES SCHEDULED
FOR SHOWING NEXT WEEK,
The infectious comedy antics of
Paramount's one and only ‘boop-
boopa-doop” girl will rock the walls
of the Richelieu theatre again next
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
when Helen Kane appears in “Dan-
gerous Nan McGrew” original laugh-
and music frolic.
“Dangerous Nan McGrew” is the
story of a traveling medicine show
which gets all mixed up with the
Canadian northwest mounted police,
with Klondike comedy characters and
with wealthy city folks vacationing
at a luxurious hunting lodge in the
wilderness. There is a comedy twist
for every one of the multitude of
surprise turns in the engrossing
“Under a Texas Moon” Warner
Bros. first 1009 talking, singing,
out-door picture in technicolor,
which comes to the State theatre
all next week is an adaptation of
Stewart Edward White's “The two
SPEND A PLEASANT DAY
AT VEILED LADY CAVERN.
See the spectacular ghostly figure
of the Veiled Lady, under brilliant
electric flood lights in all the colors
of the rainbow, many thrills, masses
of formations, weird passages and
chambers. Free park and picnic
grounds, open day and night. It is
only 8 miles east of Centre Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kerchner
and daughter Dorothy, and Miss
Keziah Calhoun attended the annual
reunion of the Shirk families, at the
Shirk home at Chestnut Grove, on
The 4th passed off rather quiet-
ly here exceping the putting off of
some fire crackers occasionally dur-
ing the day and evening. Quite a
number of families went away on
a few days vacation at that time.
The Brugger—Rumberger families
and relatives spent the 4th at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Waite,
near Stormstown, and had a delight-
ful social time and lots of good eats,
everybody taking a basket along.
The new house being built by Mr.
Hughes Barton is fast nearing com-
pletion. J. H. Finch has the plas-
tering contract and is being assisted
with the finishing coat by James
Williams and son, of State College.
Miss Mary Gordon, of Toledo,
Onio, arrived a few days ago, to
spend her vacation from college
with her mother, who has been here
for some time with her aunt, Mrs.
Frances Hall. They expect to visit
together with a number of relatives
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bauder, ac-
companied by their daughter, Miss
Alice and her friend, Clark Williams,
and their son Clarence and lady
friend, also their son George and
wife and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Moore and daughter, spent the lat-
ter part of last week on a motor
trip through the eastern and south-
ern part of the State, visiting many
places of interest, their special
destination being Gettysburg.
Mrs, Robert Reitz and guests
spent the week-end in Altoona.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goheen, of
Hollidaysburg, were guests of their
parents over the week.
Mrs. Frank McFarlane, of Belle-
fonte, is visiting Mrs. John Jacobs
and other friends about town.
Mr. and Mrs, Ross Devine, son
and daughter, of Buffalo, N. Y., are
visiting at the home of Mrs. Robert
Prof, and Mrs. E. H. Meyer, of
Newark, N. J., arrived in town, last
week, to spend the summer at their
home on Main street.
Mrs. Rider returned to her home
in Gatesburg, on Sunday, after
spending several months at the
home of R. C. Young.
Communion services will be held
in the Lutheran church on Sunday,
July 13th, at 10:30. Preparatory
services preceding the Communion
A class in Red Cross nursing has
PINE GROVE MENTIONS.
Mrs. Mattie Musser visiting
friends in Altoona.
Walter Weaver, is breaking ground
for a new house in town.
James A. Gummo, a Fairbrook
farmer, is harvesting six foot Pin-
Farmers are busy cutting grain
which is expected to yield a 95 per
Holy Communion will be cele-
brated in the Presbyterian church
on Sunday. 3
John S. Dale and wife spent th
Fourth with Norman Dale, in Lu-
W. H. Roush and wife, of Al-
toona. was a week-end visitor at the
J. H, Bailey home.
Thomas Wogan, wife and two sons,
and J.C. Corl and family, of Juniata,
were here for the 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gates spent
the Fourth with their son Charles
and family, in Tyrone.
Jacob W. Kepler, of Philadelphia,
spent the latter end of the week at
his parental home here.
Our old friends, Joe Herberling and
A. F. Archey attended the McWil-
liams funeral, on Monday.
The Shoemaker Bros. lost one of
their mated team of mules, last
week, as the result of lockjaw.
Paul O'Bryan has been discharged
from the Clearfield hospital and is
convalescing at his home here.
G. W. Rossman and family are
on a sightseeing trip through Penn-
sylvania, Maryland and Virginia.
Fay Harpster, of Pine Hall, got
a tumble from his bicycle, on the
Fourth, sustaining painful injuries.
Wagner Kline and lady friend
motored up from McClure and
spent Sunday with the Royal Kline
Miss Leah Dunlap, graduate nurse,
of Philadelphia, is spending her sum-
mer vacation with her sister
Charles Goss, passenger conductor
on the Pennsy with headquarters
at Harrisburg, is here for a little
W. R. Port and A. S. Bailey
spent the latter part of the week
in camp at Clark’s Ferry, on the
Miss Minnie Collins,
nurse, of Philadelphia, is here for
her annual visit with her father,
W. A. Collins.
George Decker and wife, of Al-
toona, and George O'Bryan and
daughter, of Axe Mann, spent Sun-
day with Mrs. O'Bryan Sr.
Mrs. Sallie Burwell and two
daughters, Mary and Ethel, spent
last week with the H. C. Fluke
family, at Barto, Berks county.
Fred B. Tate and Mrs. M. A, Drei-
belbis motored to Bellefonte last
Wednesday, and visited Mrs. Tate,
a patient in the Centre County hos-
R. Brown, Presby-
on the Graysville
is away on his summer
Ben Bodel was the lucky winner
of the Pontiac car given away by |
the Alpha Fire company, of State |
College, at their Fourth of July
Road foremen W. H. Glenn, with |
a force of men, went to Woodward, |
on Monday, to put the finishing |
touches on a piece of state-improv- |
ed highway. !
Dr. Hugh L. Fry and wife of Nash- |
ville, Tenn. are ona motor trip!
through the east and expect to reach |
Centre county by July 15th, for a!
visit among friends here. :
Insurance agent W. D. Albright:
and wife, of State College, are away |
on a business trip to Hartford, !
Conn., Mr. Albright attending a con-
ference of insurance agents.
Mrs. R. A. Bayard, of Tyrone, and
Mrs. W. C. Dunlap, of Reading,
daughters of the late Hon. Leonard
Rhone, sailed from New York, on:
Monday, for a two month's trip
The Ladies Aid society of the
Pine Grove Lutheran church, and
the husbands of the members, were
royally entertained at the S. M.
Hess home on Friday. About fifty
George W. Louck, Willis Weaver
and Ralph Judy left, on Monday, on |
a four days fishing trip to Potter
county. Robert Bloom and George
Reed are in charge of the Louck
garage during their absence.
John D, Dannley and wife, with
their son, Dr. George Dannley and
wife, came in from Medina, Ohio,
ten days ago for an outing at Tus-
sey lodge. Dr. Dannley and wife
returned home the latter part of the
week while the elder people are pro-
longing their stay.
been organized with instructors from
State College. The class meets
twice a week in the Vocational
Mrs. Ausie Shutt has returned
from the Wills Eye hospital, in Phil-
adelphia, where she underwent an
operation for the removal of cata-
ract. The operation was a success.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stuart and son
George, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Stuart
and daughter Elizabeth, and two
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Johnson,
of Crafton, were visitors in town
several days last week. i
Mrs, William Stover and grand-
daughter, Miss Louise Shuey, spent
last week with friends at Ardmore.
The ladies were guests on the drive
of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Charles,
who spent the time with Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Zebly, at Wilmington, Del.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brouse are
receiving congratulations on the
birth of a son, June 30th, at the
Keystone hospital in Harrisburg.
The babe has been named Paul
William Jr. Mrs. Brouse and son
are getting along fine and expect to
leave the hospital, Friday, to spend
some time at the home of her moth-
er, in Harrisburg.
Paul W. Krape has gone to Belle-
fonte where heis employed by West
Penn Power company.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyer, of
Akron, Ohio, have been guests of
their brother, Frank Boyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver are
rejoicing over the arrival of a son,
Monday of last week. Congrat-
Mrs. Martin, of Coburn, spent
Sunday at the home of her son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred D. Stover.
Mr. and Mrs. Gurney Wert and
sons, of near Philadelphia, were re-
cents guests of Mr, Wert’'s mother,
Mrs. J. J. Fiedler.
Rev. and Mrs. John Harkins and
sons, of State College, were recent
guests at the home of the Misses
Amanda and Cora Haines.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kreamer and
son Harold, of Jersey Shore, spent
July 4th at the home of their uncle
and aunt, Mr.and Mrs. A. S. Stover.
Harvey Haffley and cousin, Carl
Royer, of Altoona, motored to town,
Saturday, remaining until Sunday
with Mr. Haffley’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Z. Haffley.
Mrs. John Mohr Otto returned home,
Tuesday, from Corry Pa., where she
had been since early last fall. Her
friends are delighted to have her
again in their midst.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stover and
children were brief callers, Sunday
afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Sto-
ver’s brother, Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Burd, near Rebersburg.
Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Griesing had
as recent guests Mr. Schaffer and
daughter, Miss Nan, and a friend of
the family, of Lancaster, and Miss
Sara Hoover, of Mifflinburg.
Mrs. Anna M. Stover had as re-
cent guests Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Rupp and daughter, of Akron, Ohio.
Mr. Rupp, a number of years ago,
lived with Mr. and Mrs. Stover.
Clarice Stover, of Youngstown,
O., has been visiting with her grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Stover, also her aunts, Mrs. Maurice
Hosterman and Mrs. Samuel Gilbert.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Irey and
family, have arrived in town from
Danville. They will be with Mr,
Irey’s mother, Mrs. A. J. Irey,
at the Musser homestead, on Main
Mrs. C. W. Wolfe is spending. a
few days in Millheim, at the home
of her brother-in-law, Nathaniel
Boob, whose wife has gone to Ohio
to be with Mr. Boob’s son, who is
Mr, and Mrs. A. S. King have
had as recent guests their daughter,
Mrs. Fount Smoyer and three chil-
dren of Bellefonte; also, their son-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Henry
and children, of Milroy.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Haines, of
Akron, Ohio, are guests of Mr.
Haines. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weav-
er and children, of Mifflinburg, were
guests, Sunday, at the Haines home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Mingle have
as guests their grand daughter, Mr.
and Mrs, Hughes and small son, and
a party of friends from Buffalo, N.
Y. Mrs. Hughes was formerly
Miss Isabel Hosterman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hosterman, of
Morgan Otto, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
arrived in town, last week, expect-
ing to be with his mother, Mrs.
John M. Otto, at the homestead.
Mrs. Herman Haupt, of Philadelphia,
at present living at the National
hotel, in Millheim, was also a recent
guest of Mrs. Otto.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I Grove and
children, of Williamsport; and Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Auman and children,
of Youngstown, O.; and Mr. and
Mrs, Philip Eisinhauer and children,
of Akron, O., were called home
owing to the death of their brother,
M. T. Eisenhauer, of Bellefonte.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Harvey and
three children, of Englewood, N. J.;
Mrs. Harvey's aunt and cousin, Mrs.
W. S. Chambers and Mrs. Charles
Way, of Bellefonte, were brief call-
ers, Tuesday, at the home of their
aunt, Mrs. Thomas Hull. They also
visited the famous Woodward cave.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. A. Bower, of
Saturday (This Week)
First Penna Showing of the
All Talking Special Product’n
“Near the Rainbow’s End”
A Romance of the Golden West with
Laughs, Thrills and Beautiful
Monday, Tuesday, Wednes.,
Helen Kane in
“Dangerous Nan McGrew”
Helen Kane with her Baby Voice
will make you laugh ’til it hurts in
this Super Comedy based on ‘‘Dan
McGrew.’’ Wait ’till you hear her
taming those North-Western Moun-
ties with her songs and baby voice.
Don’t miss it—it’s great !
} Thurs., Friday (Next Week)
Buddy Rogers in
“Safety in Numbers”’
Haines’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. John |
Bellefonte, as driving guests of the
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ebon Bowe
motored to town recently, Mr
Bower returning home leaving M
and Mrs. Bower in town for a vis
with their brother and sister, Mr. an
Mrs. J. W. Bower, and other relative
Wednesday afternoon of last wee
Mrs. A. W. Winkleblech intertaine
the following ladies at a quiltir
bee: Mrs. G: H. Griesing, Mrs. Jam«
Miller, Mrs. J. W. Roush, Mrs. No
man Hazel, Mrs. C. S. Bower, Mi:
Lois Cunningham, Mrs. Paul Bartge
Mrs, F. D. Stover, Mrs. Philip
Mrs. E. G. Mingle, Mrs. Georg
Weaver, Mrs. Winkleblech, the Mis
es Jessie Cunningham, Hazel Winkl
blech and Jennie Hull.
Oscar Fisher suffered an attac
of appendicitis, on Saturday, ai
was taken to the Centre Coun
hospital for an operation. He
While helping unload hay at t
barn of Roy and Henry Fisher, «
Saturday, Donald Irwin got «L
right hand caught in the rope ai
pulley on the hay fork with the r
sult that the flesh on the palm
his hand was badly torn and brui
ed. Fortunately no bones we
Friday, Satur., (This Week)
Billie Dove in the All Talk-
ing Vitaphone Picture—
«The Painted Angel”
Two Shows Saturday
7 and 9 P. M.
All Next Week—A Vitaphone
All Talking Super Production
«Under a Texas Moon”
A Gorgeous Romance of the
all in Natural Color.
Main Floor ..__50cC.
Balcony . --35c.
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State Sedan, for 7* . . .
State Roadster, for 4* . .
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May 10, and this reduction in price
is not made in anticipation of any
model changes. It is in appreciation
of volume attained by the most power-
ful car ever sold at such a low price.
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Sedan, for7 « « «sc 0000
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ies 2 Six wire wheels and trunk rack standard.
tre Six wire wheels, trunk and suit cases stonderd.
400090 2030 1 Six wire wheels and trunk standard.
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on Studebaker Cars
effective July 10/1930
10 $995 AT THE FACTORY
|4-door Sedan-4895 ]
Models and Prices
Sedan, 4-door Three Window . $895
Prices on Studebaker Eights, effective July 10
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