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NDY RIDGE MAN | TWO MORE MURDERERS PINE GROVE MENTIONS. IN BELLEFONTE CHURCHES sitendance aud excellence in work NEW
FOUND DEAD IN HOME. | ELECTROCUTED MONDAY. parmer Ralph Walker lost one of EVANGELICAL CHURCH. the members having credits a TOCKHOLDER'S MEET I NG.—
Mystery surrounds the dea Twe 0 oonvi ted his best Holstein cows, on Friday. | 9:8, Sunday school, Fred Billett, emblems. This Friday a reception annual of Stockholders
C. Heverly 56 years old, oo were put to death in teen Mrs. J. Milo Campbell is slowly Supt. will be given with a surprise Dro- | [oli She :
C, r i i . on for the purpose of of.
ize, who was A A . of al? 8 Monddy MOTD" from a serious illness,| 10:30, Morning worship with ser: gram, under the direction of MTS. | ficers and Directors, and for the transac
FO » found Set chai Rockvi ym | Samuel Powell is a medical pa- | mv othe Children of Our Family." | Tressler, assisted by Mrs. G Haupt, tion of such business as may come bec:
Stairs m L me, where he | ing. They were Sigismund “Big | yon in the Centre County hospital. | There will be no evening service. |M. R. Johnson, Elwood Johnson, fore them. will be held af office oft
one, on Monday evening of | Joe” Szachewicz and John “Tex” "Ty wi a A Ward Campbell, Minister. | Elmer Gettig, Clarence Zeigler, Guy | Fri Secretary, (riders Exchange, Ov
t week, by two neighbor women. | Nafus, convicted of blowing up a ,,. g¢ JEline jan Sduily spent | — Lyons and Mrs. Maloy. This re- Ty evenliAS. F. COOK, Secretary.
on ak a 0 Dee a poy sal of the wou Aue Lu Clare ’ | Ph I a A oil o 8 15 hater BE eoisaa as Fa SALE.—Real estate consisting
: “|W. J. Dean has returned to the oD 3 mW : dwelling house and double house
men made a search of the house zerne county, on the morning of cep . hosp urgical | 11:00 a. m., Morning services. were of special record in attendance, Bellefonte. Estate of Margare
in they failed to see Mr. Heverly | January 13th, 1930, four men being Osis Cownty tal us a & al 8:3 p. m, A C. E. : Sague pasos and wite, Jresisent; Miss La Hutchison. = =. NATIONAL BANK
od a usual, and after finding |killed in the explosion. “Big Joe” yrs Maude Houser, who has been gra; 2 BoM wie iw. 1 Ee I A ous nN of Bellefonte, Pa.,
» body recalled that they had | who weighed about 220 pounds, Was jj) for several weeks, is improving | Sonn Mills will favor us with two | great event is planned. 76-20-8t Execu
wd a gunshot the Saturday pre- the fret men electrocuted and Nafus glowly. selections. On June 16 the sixty-third session | Tn XECUTOR'S NOTICE.—Letters tes
us. was taken to the chair shortly after. Fred Cox was taken to the Centre, We extend a cordial invitation to |of the Central Pennsylvania annual tamentary upon the estiie Cf ef
~oroner W. R. Heaton made an |Both bodies were claimed and were County hospital, last Thursday, as a all. Everybody welcome. conference will in Carlisle. In| porough, J aie been
restigation on Tuesday of last taken back to Wilkes-Barre for bur- surgical patient. i Rev. W. E. Gibbons, Pastor | 1887, 1893 and 1002, the Conference | to the undersigned. all persons
ek, and pronounced the man a ial. W. R. Port and family motored ..... wpyram . met in Bellefonte, Dr. D. S. Monroe vr pg Boat Suse
cide, deciding that an official in- to Howard and spent Sunday with BRETHREN CHURCH. was pustor in 1887; Rev. W. A.|those having claims against the
est Was unnecessary. found HOSPITAL DRIVE TO DATE their aunt Mary. | pay Seed at 9.30 a. m, R. R. Houck 34 1885; ond Dri % Ra must presen them duly
Lat bloody towe! was 10 Chil ! | Davison, Bishop H. W. Warren paymen
ater 8 0 ay og of the FAR SHORT OF LAST YEAR. laren day Ee a Sehda Preaching at 1045 a. m. and 7.30 | presided at 1887 and 1893 sessions, ns FILSON. ROM]
. Stuns |p. m., by the pastor. Bishop John M. Walden in 1802, Bish-
use, and friends of the man insist To date the annual drive for the evening, June 7th. i nig 76-17-6t Bellefonte
n a more thorough investigation. Jacob Corman, wife and daughter | Morning subject: “The Presence of |op Cyrus D. Foss assisting. "
0 g Centre County hospital totals $3160, ac n, ghter, | pe Holy Spirit in the Believer.” Horace Lincoln Jacobs, Minister.
nsequently a coroner's inquest Was | which is less than half of the final of Pleasant Gap. spent Sunday at = guening subject: “The Great Trib- | mm smn mn E XECUTOR'S NOTICE. Letters tess
a Wednesday evening, 8nd |total last year. Bellefonte, so far, 8% J: I Shank bome. ulation.” This is the fifth of the nr mentary having ore iba sstate ot
er an investigation of five hours
» jury failed to agree on the man-
r of death. Four of the six men
sored the suicide theory while the
ser two inclined to the theory that
verly met his death as the result
an accidental of his
n. Heverly’s remains were buried
the Umbria cemetery, at Osceola
lls, last Wednesday afternoon.
___At the May meeting of the
1001 employee's retirement board
rty-one public school teachers of
nnsylvania were placed on the re.
ed pension list. There were none
,m Centre county. Clearfield coun-
had two: Blanche R. Nixon, of De-
.ur township, and J. R. Straw, of
ester Hill. Miss Nixon had forty-
e years service and Mr. Straw had
——-Henry S. Nlingworth, son of
-. Ralph Mingworth, of Gahanna,
3 formerly of Pine Grove Mills, is
this year's graduating class at
cknell. He has been quite promi-
at in student activities there and
s been an honor man throughout
retta Young, Richardo Cortez in
“BIG BUSINESS GIRL"
TURDAY— (Memorial Day)—
Matinee at 1:30
om Meighan, Dorothy Jordan in
rothy Mackaill, Joe Donahue in
na Claire, Frederic March in
Elissa Landi, Lewis Stone in
Charlie Chaplin in
“BIG BUSINESS GIRL"
BORN TO LOVE”
has contributed $1939, while State
College has given $1220.50, which is
about 80 per cent more than last
year, and there are still sixty fra-
ternities to hear from. The same
fraternities last year gave approxi-
mately $200. The drive last year
and Miss Thelma Burwell, both of
Tyrone, were married in the Presby-
terian church, in that place, on Sat-
urday of last week, by the pastor,
Rev. Mr. Speer. They were attend-
ed by the bridegroom's brother and
the bride's sister, Miss Dorothy Bur- |
well. Immediately following the
ceremony a wedding dinner and re-
ception was served at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Burwell, Later the young couple
left on a brief wedding trip, return-
ing from which they will reside on
Washington avenue, Tyrone. The
Burwells were formerly residents of
Ferguson township and both the
bride and bridegroom are well
known in that section of the county.
Faris—Williams.—On Saturday af- |
ternoon, May 16th, in the Bellefonte
Methodist church, Rev. Horace Lin-
coln Jacobs, pastor, using the ring
service, performed the ceremony
which united in marriage Charles
Williams Faris, of State College, and
Elizabeth Love Williams, of Ulvade,
Texas. The attendants were the
| bride's sister and student friends
from State College.
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Mrs. Tammie Keller, of Milesburg,
is visiting friends in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Clement G, Dale, of
Pleasant Gap, were visitors in town
on Wednesday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Johnson are
visiting at the home of Mrs, Johnson's |
mother, Mrs. M. A. Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rockey and
willis Grove and friend spent Sun-
day with friends in Pittsburgh.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Dale, of Oak
Hall, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Dale, at dinner on Sunday.
Mrs, Henry Bubeck and baby, of
Philadelphia, are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George Mothers-
Commencement exercises for the
| Harris township vocational school,
will be held in the Lutheran church
this (Friday) evening,
Mrs. J. M. Wieland and daughter,
Mrs. William M, Snyder, of Palmyra.
who were visiting at the William M.
Klinger home, were called home by
the serious illness of Mr. Wieland.
The members of the. O. O. F. are
requested to meet in their hall at
5:30 p. m. on Memorial day, and also
to bring flowers to decorate the
graves of their deceased members.
Memorial day services will be held
at 6. p. m. Rev. H. L, Wink will de-
liver an address and the Lemont
band will furnish music for the occa-
sion. The organizations of the town,
1. 0. O. F., Rebekahs and Victor
Grange have been invited to join the
children and the Sons of Veterans in
the parade and decorating.
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Sellers’ Kitchen Cabinets . . . . « $62.50 5
35 Pieces of Glass Ware . . . . .
1 Set—35 Pieces of China Ware .
CAN ARRANGE TERMS
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[ll | visitor in Snow Shoe, last
5.00 5 |
Mrs. James Lytle and Mrs. George |
Glenn spent the middle of the week
with friends in Altoona.
C. M. Dale and daughter Virginia
motored to Philadelphia, Sunday, for
a few days sightseeing. i
Roy Stauffer, of Baileyville, who has |
been a sufferer with heart trouble, |
is now somewhat improved.
Former sheriff A. B. Lee and fam- |
ily, of Spring Mills, called on a num- |
ber of old friends here, on Sunday.
Henry Goss motored over from
Houtzdale and spent Sunday with
his grandmother, Mrs. A. F. Goss. |
Mrs. Samuel Wasson, of the Branch, |
was taken to the Geisinger hospital
for treatment for a nervous collapse.
Walter Woods, of Pittsburgh, was
a Sunday caller at the home of his |
| parents, Dr. and Mrs, G. H. Woods. |
E. C. Musser brought home a nice |
string of eels, caught in Whipple's |
dam, the biggest being 31 inches in|
G. R. Dunlap, H. L. Harpster and |
John Kocher have been up in Potter |
county, this week, on a trout fish-
ing trip. i
J. Howard Musser has returned |
from the University hospital, Phila-
delphia, and is somewhat improved
in health. t
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wieland had |
as their guests, over the week-end,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burgh, of
| George Smith is planning to move
back from Altoona and live with
his mother, Mrs. Clara Smith, in|
Pine Grove. i
Hugh C. Fry and Ernest Gilliland, |
of Lock Haven teacher's college,
spent Sunday at their homes at |
Rock Springs. i
H. L. Harpster fitted from Ty- |
rone to Pine Grove, last week, and |
is ocupying the Moore home, on]
east Main street. i
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McMahon
had as their guests, the latter end
(of the week, Donald McMahon and’
| family, of Chicago. |
Mrs, J. L. Shank and Mrs. Hollo-
pbaugh motored to Mount Eagle,
Monday, to look after the family lot |
in the cemetery there.
D. W. Thomas is confined to bed
with a broken leg and last Thursday
night chicken thieves robbed his hen
house of most of his flock of chick-
The American Legion post, of
State College, had charge of Mem-
orial exercises at Gatesburg. Meek's
church and the Ross cemetery, on
Lloyd Ripka, of Harris township,
was in town, last week, on business
pertaining to the settlement of the
Ed Moore estate, of which he is the
After spending the winter in the
South Mrs. Agnes Rupp, son James
and daughter Ruth. and Miss Susan
Bloom have returned home, full of
delight over their experience.
John D. Dannley, wife and son,
Dr. George Dannley and wife, of
Medina, Ohio, are spending a few
days at Camp Tussey lodge, hav-
ing come in for Memorial day.
Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs.
J. F. Meyers home included Mrs.
‘Sadie Smith, of Centre Hall; Mrs.
| Annie Tate, of State College, and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hess Tate, of |
| Mrs. Lee Wagner and Miss Wali- |
‘ger, of Neff's Mills, spent a few |
hours, here, on Monday, enroute to
State College, and noted a number of
es in the twenty years since
| the Walkers left here.
Miss Vonada Johnson spent the
week-end in Altoona. i
Paul Spigelmeyer was a business
| Mrs. T. A. Pletcher and Miss Alma
| Pletcher spent Thursday in Sunbury.
There will be a business meeting
| held at the home of Mrs. Josephine
Yearick on Monday evening, at 7:30.
Memorial services were held in the
| Christian chapel, Sunday, at 10:45
| A. M. The address was delivered by
| Rev. David Neilson.
| Dean Johnston, who is employed
| at Olean, N. Y. spent several days, |
| last week, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Pletcher. |
Misses Anna Muffy and Lulu
| Schenck attended the alumni day
| activities at Lock Haven teachers
| college, on Saturday. |
Clarence Yearick, W. E. Thompson,
|G. A. Ekdahl, T. A. Pletcher, F. G.|
| Leathers, James Kane and Rev. J. |
| F. Winkleblech attended I. O. O. F. |
J encampment, at Bellefonte, Monday |
The Patter Hoy Hardware G0. §
The cl: 33 in “Table Service” held |
a “tea” at the home of Miss Emma |
Pletcher, on Monday afternoon, from |
3 to 4. There were about thirty mem- |
bers present. The meeting completes |
the course in “Table Service.”
The Commencement exercises of
the local High school were held in|
series of sermons on the Second Com-
ing of Christ.
Senior and Intermediate Endeavor
at 6.30 p. m.
Brotherhood Monday at 7.30.
Ladies Aid all day Wednesday.
Prayer and Bible study Wednes- | 2.
day evening at 7.30.
Junior Endeavor Sat. at 3 o'clock.
Rev. G. E. Householder, Pastor.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHU RCH
Church Bible school, 9.30, stirring
study and extra events. League, 6.30,
topic well presented by studious
leaders. Worship, 10.45, pertinent
preachment—reception of members.
No evening worship, communtiy at-
tending the Presbyterian church:
Baccalaureate sermon. Pastor re.
sponds to all calls for his services.
Strangers welcome. Conference year
closes with this Sunday: all financial
obligations, please, cover.
Special Methodist Events: — Last
Friday evening the first class grad-
uating from the Intermediate League,
Mrs. S. G. Tressler, Supt, was given
diplomas. A very revealing pro-
indicating the work undertak-
en and accomplished among the In-
termediates and Juniors, Mrs. Gil-
bert Haupt, Supt., was put on by
the children and boys and girls.
Gold, silver and celluloid pins for
Friday, Saturday This Week ,
Gala Holiday Show
Lew Ayres (Star of ‘'All Quiet On
Westerp Front’’ -
A ) with Joan Ben
the M. E. church, on Tuesday eve-
ning, at 8 o'clock. There were four-
teen members in this year's class,
y: Harris Heverly. William
Mokle, Addison Wagner, Leah Con-
fer, Paul Pletcher, Miriam Rogers,
John Neff, Merrill Confer, Lawrence
McNerney, Margaret Gallagher,
Glenn Fravel, Paul Foresman, Carrie
Masden, and Gaylord Confer. The
baccalaureate services were held in
the M. E. church on Sunday evening,
the address being delivered by Rev.
J F. Winkleblech.
Samuel E. Weber, late of Boalsburg, de
ceased, persons knowing themselves)
indebted to said estate are requested
Make promt t, and those ha
ms e same m
them, 4 authenticated, for settfoment,
ANNA M. WEBE!
State—All This Week
Joe E. Brown
and Winnie Lightner in
A LAUGH RIOT!
State—All Next Week
All Natural Color Thrilling
Story of the West—
“ Woman Hungry ”
From the Great Divide.
READY... FOR THE UNEXPECTED
Thick smoke drifted from a house
near Latrobe one bright June day —
inside, crackling flames climbed
higher and higher. An alarm was
Nearby a crew of West Penn men
were creosoting the bases of a line of
poles. Their attention drawn to the
fire, they immediately dropped their
tools and ran to the house ready to
lend a hand in any way they could.
Even in their great hurry they did
not forget the first-aid kit which is
part of every line truck’s equipment.
The fire department quickly glad to meet.
There are West Penn people in your
training and foresight, to make West
rupted — mean more Lo you.
AN ADVEETISEMINT OF THE WEST PENN
brought the flames under control —
the danger was over — then a shat-.
tered window — flying glass and one
of the firemen caught at hisarm where
dark red blood pulsed from a deep cut.
Only quick and intelligent aid could’
prevent death from loss of blood.
Tearing open the first-aid kit and.
skillfully applying a tourniquet and
bandages, the members of the crew
stopped the bleeding and saved a life..
Thorough training had prepared
these men for an emergency beyond
their duty which they were only too
town — friends and neighbors of yours.
Every day— day after day — they are using their skill and experience,
Penn service — dependable and uninter-