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SLLEFONTE MAN FILES
SUIT FOR DAMAGES. | pg, smith is recovering froman| D. M.
attack of the measles.
Charles R. Beatty, head of the
‘atty Motor company, Bellefonte,
s filed a trespass suit in the
air county courts, through attor-
y John J. Haberstroh, against
vin Walter, of Queens, Bedford
unty, asking damages to the
aount of $528.00, as the result of
. automobile accident in which one
an was killed.
The plaintiff avers that on Au-
1st 7, 1931, his son, C. Ross Beat.
, employed by him, was operating
s car on the Pleasant Valley boule-
rd and when near the Greenwood
tersection, it was alleged, he was
iving at a moderate speed on the
zht side of the road. The de-
ndant was said to have been oper-
ing a car east, on the left side of
e road and directly in the path of
e Beatty car. The plaintiff as-
rts that his car was struck by de-
ndant's car and was damaged to
e amount of $428.00. It is claim-
that the damaged car depreciat-
in value to the amount of $100,
aking the total damage asked
ORLD'S SERIES PLAYERS
WILL DIVIDE $224,212.42.
The 1931 World's Series player
ol, derived from a major portion
the gate receipts of the first four
umes, amounts to $320,303.46. This
the smallest in nine years and
arly $100,000 below the record
ol of $419,736.60, split by the
ankees, Cardinals and other first
vision clubs in 1928.
Of the total pool, 70 per cent. of
124,212.42, goes to the Athletics
id Cardinals, divided on a basis of
)» per cent. to the winners and 40
ir cent. to the losers. The win-
srs’ end amounts to $134,527.46 and
sers’ total, $89,684.96.
The Cardinals have already de-
ded to split their end into full
ares. If they capture the series,
ds will mean $4484.24 per share.
n the same basis, a losing share
ould amount to $2989.49 per share.
The A's have not yet decided in-
, how many shares they will split
ieir end of the money.
Cut down to a basis of 25 shares,
ie winners’ split would amount to
381.09 per share und the losers’
Fhe A's and Cards. therefore, in
idition to the tussle for the title,
ill fight it out for a difference of
ymewhere between $1500 and §$1,-
)0 per man.
The second, third and fourth place
ubs in each league split an aggre-
ate of $06,091.03. It will be ap-
srtioned as follows: $24,022.75 to
ich of the second place outfits,
ew York Giants and New York
ankees; $16,015.17 to each third
ace team, Chicago Cubs and Wash.
igton Senators; $8007.58 to each
yurth place club, Brooklyn Robins,
nd Cleveland Indians.
IN BELLEFONTE CHURCHES
ELLEFONTE METHODIST CHURCH.
Church Bible school, C. C. Shuey,
upt., 9.30, with a timely study.
eague, 6.30; great topic well pre-
:nted by prepared leaders; extra
atters that challenge young people.
Jorship: 1045 and 7.30. Family
ay the largest family representa-
on, noted. Strangers, visitors and
ommercial travelers usually share
orship in this church. All wel-
ome. Intermediate and Junior
:agues, 6.30, and mid-week congre-
ational meeting, 7.30, Wednesday.
farvest home Sunday, 18th, and
oung peoples night. Bellefonte
roup booth festival, Tuesday 20th,
t Port Matilda.
Horace Lincoln Jacobs, Pastor.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH.
9:30 A. M., Church school; Her-
ian Hazel, superintendent.
1045 A. M., Morning worship;
.ermon: “The Christian Family.”
7:30 P. M. Vesper service; Ser-
jon: * Be Thou a Blessing.”
Parents and children are urged to
e present and sit together as a
Clarence E. Arnold, Pastor.
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
The evening services will be re-
umed this Sunday at 7.30, with
Jvensong and address. The
ar winter schedule of services will
we 89:45 and 11 A. M. and 7.30
Rev. Stuart F. Gast, Rector
9,950 LIVES LOST
IN AUTO ACCIDENTS
Automobile accidents claimed 19,-
150 lives in the United States in the
irst eight months of 1931, as com-
jared with 19,350 fatalities in the
ame period last year, according to
igures released by the National
safety Council, and its statistical
xperts predicted that the year's
jeath toll would reach a record of
15,000, an increase of 2,000 over last
Hartford, Connecticut, with a large
yopulation, was the largest city in
‘he country to report no fatilities
n August, the report showed.
Among lurger cities with report-
sd records were Boston, Buffalo,
Jleveland, Pittsburgh and San Fran-
:isco. Cities with unusually bad
records this year were Chicago, St.
wouis and Los Angeles.
Joe: “I raise wonderful strawber-
Leo: "Are they really good?”
Joe: “Absolutely the best. Lus-
sious, large, blood-red juicy fruit.” |
Joe: “No; just creew: and sugar.”
——————— A S————
Exacting lady: “I want you to
send me over a ton of coal that
hasn't any ash or clinkers—and
without that sulphurous smell.”
Coal dcaler: “Lady, you don't
“Do you put fertilizer on
want a ton of coal. You want to boiling water first and they will not Reish, et ux, tract in Miles Twp.
get connected with a gas meter.”
PINE GROVE MILLS
George P. Irvin transacted busi-|
ness in Bellefonte on Monday.
Royal Kline came home, on Sat-
urday, with a 20-inch black bass. |
Earl Kepler, wife and mother, of
Yarnell, were Sunday visitors here. |
Streams and wells are showing the |
effect of the prolonged dry weather.
J. Herbert Ward, of Philadelphia, |
was here, last week, looking after
his property interests.
J. L. Shank and family
part of Saturday with the
Gummo family, at Zion.
Mrs. Susan Goss, of White Hall,
was a caller at the Mrs. Mary
Meyers home on Sunday.
Midnight hucksters relieved Mac
's hen roosts of several fat
chickens, last Thursday night.
Roy Gates and family, of Lewis-
town, spent the latter end of the
week at the John Quinn home, in
F. E. Saucerman, wife and twin
daughters and Mrs. Anna Saucer-
man, of Altoona, spent Sunday af-
ternoon with relatives here.
Hugh C. Fry, a student at the
Lock Haven teachers’ college, spent
the latter end of the week at his
parental home at Rock Springs.
The Ladies Aid society of the
Graysville Presbyterian church held
it's October meeting, Saturday, at
the Robert Goheen homé, at Bailey-
Rev. J. Max Kirkpatrick and wife
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wieland,
attended the fall meeting of the
Huntingdon Presbytery, at Bedford,
Monday and Tuesday.
D. G. Reed, who for some time
has been compelled to use a
crutch, had a bad fall on the pave-
ment, several days ago, fracturing
the bones in one of his arms. How-
ever, he is able to be up and around
James Dean has been discharged
from the Centre County hospital
and is now at his home at Pennsyl-
vania Furnace. Mrs. Frank Was-
son has also been discharged from
the hospital and is at her home on
A. L. Albright and wife with their
son Harold and wife motored to
Scranton, last week, and while in
that section went down in a hard
coal mine just to see how it felt
that far under ground. While the
trip was interesting they don't envy
the miners their job.
Word has been received here of
the death of Mrs. Edith Davis, wife
of Frank Davis, of New Lancaster,
who passed away at the Hunting-
don hospital, Saturday morning, of
a heart affection. She is survived
by her husband and five children.
Burial was made at Lewistown. A
number of relatives living in this
vicinity attended the funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. John Quinn have
announced the marriage of their
niece, Miss Sara Jane Kocher, to
Joseph D. Wier Jr. of Ithaca, N.
Y. The bride is a graduate of the
Clearfield hospital training school
for nurses and has been engaged in
her profession at Rochester, N. Y.|
The young couple have gone to
Florida on a honeymoon trip ana
on their return will locate at Ithaca.
Following the regular business
meeting of Lady Ferguson Rebekah
lodge, on Monday evening, new of-
ficers were installed, as follows:
Noble Grand—Mary McCracken.
Vice Grand—Carrie Wieland.
R. S. to N. G. —-Helen Peterson.
L. S. to N. G.—Mary Homan.
R. S. to V. G.—Maude Fry.
L. 8. to V. G. —Laura Burns.
Outside Guard—Mary Glenn.
Inside Guard—Edna Walker.
Rec. Sec'y—Katherine Dreibelbis.
Fin. Sec'y-—Maude Miller.
Following the installation refresh-
ments were served and a social hour
enjoyed by all.
The recently elected officers of
Pennsvalley lodge, No. 276, I. O. O.
F., were installed last Saturday
evening, by district deputy John
Mong with a corps of assistants.
The new officers are as follows:
Noble Grand—H. D. Albright.
Vice Grand—C. M. Barto.
Rec. Sec'y— Ed Isenberg.
Fin. Sec'y— D. S. Peterson.
Treasurer—E. C. Musser.
R. S. to N. G.—A. L. Albright.
L. 8S. to N. G.—J. F. Musser
Warden—W. H. Fry.
Conductor—C. F. Homan.
R. S. S.—Wray Homan.
L. S. S.—Roy Sunday.
Outside Guard—Irvin Walker.
Inside Guard—H. L. Harpster.
R. S. to V. G.—Roy Barto.
L. S. to V. G.—Melvin Peters.
Trustee— J. D. Neidigh
Guests frem Wiiliamsport, Coalport
and State College were present and
enjoyed the banquet which followed
Our farmers have begun husking
their crop of corn.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Lucas, of
Milesburg, were Sunday guests at
the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fisher home.
| John Shawley, in charge of the
Boggs township poor farm, is hav-
!ing a new front porch built to the
house. John Furl is in charge of
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Witherite and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Johnson and small child, motored
over from Osceola Mills, last Thurs-
day, and had a ham and egg supper
| with friends here.
—When putting raisins through
the food chopper, dip the chopper in
|gum up the works.
is visiting his
ter, Mrs. C. L. Stamm, at Erie,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mowery, of
Elmira, N.Y., spent the week-end in|
John Hubler had a new heating
plant instalied in his residence, last
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Bitner, of
Lewisburg, were visitors in town
Miss Mary M. Hoffer, of State
College, is spending some time in
Roland Young and famiiy are oc-
cupying their newly built residence,
on Academy street.
Mis Botkey, who had been
qu able to spend part of
each day down stairs.
Lester Brouse, accompanied by
Frank Ham, made a flight to Get-
tysburg, on Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stuart, of
Crafton, were guests of Mrs. E. E.
Stuart, Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. H. L. Wink returned, Satur-
day, after a few day's visit with
his wife and daughter, at Gettys-
Miss Anetta Stamm, of Altoona,
and Mrs. William Ishler and daugh-
ters, of State College, were callers
in town on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Wieland and
family, of Palmyra, were over Sun-
day visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Klinger. |
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Freeby en-
tertained Mr. Freeby's parents, his
grandmother and Mr. and Mrs. Au-
rand, of Palmerton, over the week-
The Women’s class of the Luth-
eran Sunday school will hold their
regular meeting at the home of
Mrs. W. W. White, near Linden
Hal], on Saturday afternoon.
The tenth anniversary of the pas-
torate of Rev. W. J. Wagner, of the
Boalsburg Lutheran charge, will be
celebrated Sunday, October 18th.
The morning service will be held in
Zion church, Boalsburg, at 10.30.
The sermon will be preached by Rev.
John Wagner, of Hudson Heights,
New Jersey. The evening service
will be held in St. Mark's church,
Pleasant Gap, at 7.30. The sermon
will be preached by Rev. John Har-
kins, of State College.
Mrs. Gilbert Keatley and little
daughter, Lois Ann, are spending
this week in Tyrone with her moth- |
er, Mrs. John Huff.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fox have
announced the arrival of a little
daughter, on Saturday morning,
which they have named Shirley
Mr. and Mrs. J. Boyd Irvin, of
New York city, and Mrs. W. U.
Irwin, of Bellefonte, called, Sunday
evening, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. McElwain.
The dollar social given by the
young ladies class of the M. E.
church, last Friday evening, was
well attended and a nice sum re.
ceived for their treasury.
Sunday visitors at the home of
Rollie Williams were their daughter |
and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Durst, of Clearfield, and Mrs. Mc-
Monigal and Miss Lucile Ulrich, of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Waite spept
Sunday at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brugger. Mrs.
Waite's father accompanied them
home and will spend a few days vis-
iting and helping to harvest their
Clark Williams and his aunt, Miss
Grace Clark, accompanied his sis-
ter, Miss Grace Williams, to Polk
Institute, on Monday, where she
will be cared for . Mr. Williams ex-
pects to sell their home and house-
hold goods in a short time.
A few days ago Mrs. Jennie Zahn-
iser received a very interesting let-
ter from her daughter, Mrs. Ed-
mund Snyder, who, with her hus-
band and two small children, sailed
from New York city, a short time
ago, enroute to Porto Rico. She
gave a description of the delightful
boat, the people they met and of
the every day occurrences which in-
cluded a storm. They are employ-
ed in missionary work, having been
sent out by the Free Methodist or-
tion. Mrs. Snyder was very
much devoted to her mother, who
was the greatest concern of her
thought in leaving for foreign fields.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
J. T. Beckwith, et al, to The
Penna. Railroad company, tract in
Taylor Twp. |
Harry E. Dunlap, sheriff, to Fan-|
nie Graham Uzzle, tract in Snow
Shoe Twp.; $200.
Philipsburg Coal and Land com-
y to Trustees of Rush Twp.
School District, tract in Rush Twp.;
John Kelley, et ux, to Elks Home
Association, tract in Worth Twp.
| Sarah J. Hunter to James Poor- |
man, tract in Harris Twp.; $380. |
Sidney I. Poorman, et ux, to Mary
E. Markle, tract in Harris Twp.;
J. Bruce Lingle, et ux, to J. K.
Johnston, tract in Boggs Twp.; $1.
J. K. Johnston, et ux, to J. Bruce
Lingle, et ux, tract in Boggs Twp.;
| $1. i
Margaret Misukaytis to Mary Co-|
colin, tract in Rush Twp.; $250.
A. C. Thompson to Edward J.
Thompson, et ux, tract in Philips.
Ellen M. Moore to George E.|
Moore, et ux, tract in State College;
| Ellen Young, et al, to Samuel L.
Young, tract in Harris Twp.; $1.
E. M. Brungart, Exec., to John F.
Mrs. Cora Robb, of Altoona, spent
Friday with her sister, Mrs. H. T.
Mrs. Hettie Loder has been con- |
fined to her home, by illness, the
past several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rockey,
Curtin, were Sunday guests of Mr.
A daughter was born, Sunday, to |
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wentzel, at
the Lock Haven hospital. | FRIDAY —
Mr. Chester Kaseman, of Wheelers- Chas. Butterworth, Winnie Lightner
ville, was the guest of Miss Emma in
Pletcher, over the week-end. “SIDE SHOW”
Miss Gutelius and mother, and
Miss Iddings have moved into the SATURDAY—
'L. Beck property, on Walnut street. Doug. Fairbanks Jr. Loretta Young
Mrs. Willard McDowell entertain- |
ed the members of the Sewing Cir-
cle, at her home, Tuesday evening. |
John Brickley, of Carrizozo, New
Mexico, is visiting his sisters, Mrs.
Toner Robb and Mrs. William But- |
Mr. Mitchell Weaver, a former |
resident ef Howard, passed away at
his home at Sharon, on Tuesday
Announcements have been receiv- |
ed of the marriage of John Holter,
of Johnsonburg, and Miss Margaret |
Weinz, of Ridgway. i
Mrs. William Wallis and mother, |
Mrs. Anna Conley, Miss Mittie
Lucas and S. I. Reber motored to!
Carlisle, on Thursday. |
Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Wolfe left, |
Wednesday, to spend the remainder
of the week at York, with the lat-
ter's sister, Mrs. Jason Snyder.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ekdahl and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butler
and son Harry, spent the week-end
at their camp near Snow Shoe.
Mrs. Emily Stutzman and daugh-
ter, Miss Edna Stutzman, and Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Wilcox, of Wil-
liamsport, were guests, Sunday, of
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Reber.
Mr. and Mrs. Girard Altenderfer
attended the meeting of the Presby-
tery of Huntingdon, at Bedford,
Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Alten-
derfer was a commissioner from the
Milesburg Presbyterian church.
Mrs. Emma J. Tibbens, of Beech
Creek, called at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. McDowell, on Sun-
day. Mrs. Tibbens, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Purdy, were on
their way to Sunbury and Scranton.
Mrs. Tibbens expected to attend the
meeting of the Women's Auxiliary
of the County Medical Societies, at
the latter place.
The members of the Keystone
Bible class of the M. E. church were
entertained, Wednesday evening, at
the home of Mrs. Myrtle Lauth, in
Lock Haven, Mrs. Lauth being a
member of the class. Those pres-
ent were Miss Daisy Treaster, Mrs. |
Edyth Ekdahl and son Harry, Mrs.
Mabel McDowell, Mrs. Zella Holt,
Mrs. Alta Pletcher, Miss Emma
Pletcher, Mrs. Stella Williams, Mrs.
L. H. Neff, Mrs. Fred V. Pletcher,
Mrs. Sylvia Pletcher, Mrs. Ray
Kunes, and Mrs. Mae Thompson.
After the regular business meeting
refreshments were served and a so-
cial hour enjoyed by all
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Bartges, Cath-
erine and Esther Krape spent Sat-
urday in the shops in Sunbury.
Mr. and Mrs. William Musser and
family, of Coburn, spent Sunday
with Mrs. Musser's father, Benjamin
Mrs. Paul Meyer and son, Paul
Jr., of Millheim, spent a few hours,
Sunday, at the home of their aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. James Wert, after a
ten day's visit with their grand.
children, in Akron, Ohio, have re-
Mrs. Thomas Hull and daughter,
Miss Jennie, were recent guests of |
Mrs. Hull's niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas L. Kessinger, at State Col-
Morgan Otto, who has been in|
Baltimore, Md., at Curtis field, re-
turned home for a few weeks' stay
with his mother, Mrs. John Mohr
The town band and quite a large
number of the townspeople attended
the west end fair at Laurelton, Sat-
urday. They reportyhaving enjoyed
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor, Mrs. |
Woomer, Mrs. Keener and small son, |
all of State College, were Sunday |
afternoon callers at the C. S. Bow: |
and daughter, of
Sunday with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Krape and
son Harry; Mr. and Mrs. William |
Hosterman and son Orvis attended |
the Bloomsburg fair, Thursday of |
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Hinds had as |
a week-end guest Mr. Hinds' uncle, |
G. Frank Rupp, of Hartford, Conn.
Mr. Rupp was a former resident of |
this place, a son of George Rupp,
——For automatic heat in your
home and at least 30g; saving in|
your coal bill, buy an Iron Firearm
automatic coal burner. Inquire]
at Harter's music store, Bellefonte |
or call Bell 259.
OR RENT OR SALE.—9 room house, |
with all conveniences. Located in |
Hublersburg, Inquire at |
THE FLOWER SHOP |
76-40-3t on Hight St., Bellefonte, Pa. |
ERSONAL PROPERTY NOTICE.— |
Notice is hereby given that the un- |
dersigned is the owner of all per- |
sonal property consisting of farm stock, |
implements, crops, etc., as the same Sow |
is held and in the possession of G. W. |
Watkins, on farm of undersigned,
ate in Marion township, Centre coutjty,
Pa. All persons are notified not to -
dle or interfere with any part thereof.
JOHN LYON, Howard, Pa.
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DMINIETRAORS NOTICE.— Lets
i bee ted
2 rion owing
to sald estate are
hereby to make | fate -
ment of such btedness and those hav-
ing claims should present them, proper}
authenticated for settlement. m y
J. RANDALL MILLER, Millheim, Pa.
LEWIS R . ,’ Bellefonte, Pa.
W. Harrison Walker, Atty. 76-36-6%
IDS WANTED.—Bids will be receive
ed until Joon of Sa ,
beginning October Deliveries
of about forty tons per month during six
summer months and
sixty tons Jur
month during six winter months.
Committee reserves the ri reject
any or all bids. For fications and
grade of coal address Secretary of
M. M. COBB, Bel .
76- lefonte, Pa.
HERIFF'S SALE.—By virt f
writ of Fieri Fock ~g out of
the Court of Common Pleas of Cen.
tre rg me, Girested. » ex-
0 c sale at the Court House
oy Borough of Bellefonte on
FRIDAY, October 30, 1931.
The Following Property:
ALL that certain messuage, tenement
and lot of ground situate in the Town-
ship of Benner, County of Centre and
State of Pennsylvania, bounded and de-
scribed as follows, to-wit: —
BEGINNING at stones; thence along
lands of Robert Hunter, North 43 de-
grees West 242 perches to stones: thence
th 54 degrees West 10 perches to
Stones; thence North 43 degrees West 34
; thence South 79 de-
F's a White Oak;
thence South 6 degrees East 27 perches
to a Stone; thence by land formerly of
James McFarland South 51 defteus est
85 perches to stones; thence bY land of
William F. Reynolds South degrees
East 74 rches to stones; thence by
land of t heirs of James T. Hale de-
ceased, North 56 degrees East 103 perches
to the place of beginning; CONTAINING
177 acres and 142 perches be the same
more or less,
Being the same premises which Alex~
ander Morrison, et ux., by their deed
dated March 16, 1827, and reco
March 19, 1927 in Deed Book 136, page
608, granted and conveyed to Gust Ar-
Rout, one of the parties of the first part
Seized, taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of H. R. Antis,
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M.,
of said day.
E. DUNLAP. Sherift
Sheriff's Office, Bellefonte, Pa.
October 5th 1981.
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