Sei sulla pagina 1di 2

nd

tec-

of the

is that

c kill-

rmers'

en for

ies

d,

for

Mr.

storekeeper; Merrill

A. llaines, works storekeeper,

who

made

the

lYniplelon of 12W5 ISJiiir avenue ,

Tyrone.

present

OFFICER AWARDED BRONZE STAR

Alt

Att

Sro

an

cx-

giving

 

Dr.

El

nnsyl-

the B

 

in,

an

illiam

work,

 

ard,

rk

in-

anley

m, the

 

H trav

of

the

oward

 

ccialis

used

In

 

uak

u

peaker

cart

a

rain-

nd

26.

native

ass

untain

nncr

ut can

e

scie

ding

to

>rd

Sp

trout

Dr.

J

e west

•esidc

to dif-

part

er.

\e scie

do with

 

in. Oc

iish

in

e mee

 

and

The

W

the

his

ance of

on

r,

ed

MuJ. Melvin C. Shintrlrr (left) of Altoona receives tlin Tlron/.n St;ir meclnl 'from 14. Col. Ilsrliert A. V.iegJer, deputy goiicrnl innri-

ennsyl

rn. Oc

he bus

a\v.-

of

njrer of the 3rd tnuisportution military railwny .service, during

oon,

D

 

ent

o

e trout

on two

ceremonie s in KOTCJI. Shingle r ivns cited for meritoriou s service wliilfi assigned first as exscutivR officer of tlie 7G5th transportatio n

railway shop hnltnlion nnd later as superintendent nf motive powrr with, the equipment section o( hciuUiimrlers, 3rd TMRS. The i«»-

recently departed Korea for reassignment in Japan , was

din ployed by the Pennsylvania rnilrrmd in Altoona IIPfore receiv- ing his commission in tlio. tinn y in 1013. His wife, Louise, nnd chil-

jor, wliri

dre n live at -122 Spruce avenue.

ssocint

i the

Vork."

ected

ie ent

Prior

REDS

 

(U. S. viruii/

Ptifito)

ct.

23

otuluc

)

k

about

shelled

ns.

UNCLE

RAY'S

CORNER

.oiul

18 Mirror Want Ads—7171_

.THE ALTOON A

MIRROR ,

ALTOONA,

PA., MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1952.

FIRM STAND WILL HALT RED ASSAULTS

(Continued Irom ii«ge St

can-

not. The thief and the kidnapper

always holds an advantage. He

lolds something you want, and by

that fact can pretty well dictate the terms on which you can get it back. To go after him aggres-

sively is to risk losing what you want back, and, in this case, would be to take a real chance on major

circumstances,

WITH LOCAL FIRM

OlltlH g Enjoye d

By Nature Club At Blue Knob Camp

The Green-Gauze nature club

18, at

he Boy Scout camp at Blue Knob,

'he afternoon was spent in hiking vcr the trails where one could see blaze of color on every side. Deer verc observed near the Boy Scout wimmtng pool. At 5.30 o'clock a picnic suppe r ,-as enjoyed at the dinin g hall, .fter which the group gathered bout the fireplace for the program. Calvin Folk, president, conducted lie business program and Miss ktny Morrow, program chairman, resented two members of the 'ennsylvania Game commission.

Ditmar spoltc on the work

f the gaifte protector. He stated

in

aside

o be developed for food and cover

or game. This is only one pha.se

Pennsylvania

STORES' EMPLOYES RECEIVE 40-YEAR BUTTONS

ACCESSORY

Attorney

CASE

Two Ate Hurt As Car Makes

Three Impacts

Allan R. Patlon, 20, o! 1308 North

unlata street, Hollidayaburg, was

ne

of two persons injured Satur-

ay-

evening at 6.20 o'clock when

te automobile he was driving left

oute 22, two miles west of Dun-

insvilie, to hit a parked automo-

lc, pole and tree.

Pattern was admitted to 'Mercy

ospital for possible internal 1n-

uries, a deep laceration of the lip

nd brush burns of the knee.

Mrs. EditK P.' Snivcly of Car-

cgie, whose husband, P. S. Snive-

', 52, was operating the parked

ar,

Slate police reported that Fat-

suffered

minor

injuries.

on, traveling east, apparently ozcd . momentarily and his car

eft the highway to strike the

nively automobile which was arked in front of Rustic isle, near

fountain lake. The Patton car then struck and icarcd off a utility pole then rashed Into a tree. Damage to it vas estimated at approximately 1,000 and to the parke d automo-

ile

at

{400.

Mr. Patton was treated in Mercy

:ospital dispensary for a severe accration of tbe upper lip requir- ng eight sutures, a possible frac- ure of the nose and abrasions rior to being admitted to the in-

for

titution.

was

time following the accident.

He

unconscious

•lollidayslmrg WCTU to

Hear Delegate Reports

The October meeting of the Hol-

inaysburg branch, W. C.T. U. f Thursday evening at 7.30 o'clock

n the First Methodist church,

lollidaysburg, will be highlighted >y reports of the delegates to the annual national convention and the

'ennsylvania

state

convention,

Mrs. Charles Jmler, chaplain, served as official delegate to the

national convention in St. Louis,

via. The state convention was held

at" Franklin Oct. 13 to 17, and the

rlollidayaburg 1 organization was

Mrs.

William B, Montgomery. Mrs. Montgomery will announce the directors of the various de- partments to serve for 1952-1953. Plans will be made for the annual oanquct and roll call meeting in Novem her.

-epresenled

by the

president,

DEFENSE

(Continued

from

Robert

SEEKS

page 1>

C.

.Haberstroh

cp resent s the Douglas couple

but

wo

really

ose first testimony was present-1 today. The Scarangellas testified

1

.ct Saturda y afternoon , Oct.

t a hearinff'Sept . &. The y ate rep -

escntod by Attorney Bernard Ju- clirer. Mrs. Douglas charged thia

norning that the mother gave lit-

;o care or attention to the chil-

ren while living at the home of er parents in Bellwood, Sho

uoted the father as once remark-

ig that he Vdicfn't.care what hap-

encd to the children, so long as 1

idn j t have to support them."

/ar.

It's much the same with the bul- ly and the murderer. Unless you are ready to play the game, his

way—and with nations that spells war —you can only try to stay out of liis way or offer limited defense,

Not much comfort in this for the upright nations. Nor will there be until they have such strength that the outlaws in the kreml in no longer dare to conduct their marauding enterprises against free

A

wooden javelin, 5 feet

long, 1j

used

in Persia

in

mock

fights.

Judge Klepaer deferred decision,

an action brought by Stella Wai-

if

era against her estranged husband, Samuel Walters of Michigan at

he insistence of the department of

nubile assistance until the man'a v'agca are accurately determined.

Abraham

ubelirer represent the husband and wife, respectively, 'The couple arranged an agreement En 1947 un- der which he was to pay S27.50 veekly for tho support of two chll

dren. He defaulted in payments.to he extent of approximately $2,400 and the DPA opposes a proffered

.600 settlement. Walters offers now

o pny SG5a month but tho DPA

$25 weekly order to cover

.he present assistance grant, Judge Klepser confirmed the. re- port by a board of viewers' recom- mending the vacation of two Blair ownship roads. The sections of road were abandoned after rctoca- ion of existing pavement in the

LcamersviUe

area. Tho viewers' report was filed

>y Attorney Charles A. McAJcer on

behalf of John R. Dtelds, Thomas

John

fiat

a

million

of

land

set

Attorneys

Colbus

and

acres

have been

Al,

GIONFRIDDO

Five numbers of the, clerical staff of Ihe-Altoon a ubrlrs storekeeper's office received awards lor

40 years* service with the Pennsylvania railroad at ceremonies Thursday In the office. The recipients and oflieials who witnessed ItiR ceremonies (left to right) ; Clarence 1''. Kauffma n of 1503 Seventh

avenue , \V. C , llenlogle , chief clerk ; Davi d S . Mille r of SQ9 I'iu e avenue , D o rim J, Mower of 2 U Twenty-third avenue, Joh n T. Stra w of 1410 Twentiet h avenue, L. G. Wiley, assistan t to th e works storekeeper; Merrill A. llaines, works storekeeper, who made the presentations, and Jesse W.

Former Dodger Star Accepts Local Position

Albert (AD Gionfriddo, the 1947 world aeries hero, assumed a new role last week. He joined the busi- ness firm of Joseph S. Karp & Bros., 919 Green avenue, as man- ager of the new homo furnishings department. The Dysart native now resides 4801 Sixth avenue. Durin g the 1952 baseball season Al was player-coach and traveling secretary of the Fort Worth team

n

regular outfielder with Montreal in the International league in 194&-

49-50-51.

While playing for the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1947 world series, Gionfriddo made the headlines with a sensational catch of a long fly hit by Joe DiMagglo of the New York Yankees in the sixth game. He has been playing professional baseball since 19-11. Al entered the majors in 1945 with the Pittsburg h Pirates. Gionfriddo hopes to land a man- agerial berth next year, but may drop out of baseball if he is suc-

cessful

in

f his work. Conservation is taught schools by the game protectors rough the use of movies and tec- ures. Mr, Ditmar said that one of the nost urgent problems today is that [ the night hunters who arc kill- ng wild game and the farmers' ows which they have mistaken for

eer.

Each year the opportunities for portsmen are being improved, Mr. 3itmar snid. They in turn can cx- rcss their appreciation by giving oil cooperation to the Pcnnsyl- •ania Game commission, The second speaker \vas William .Icllnay, who spoke on the work,

if the fish warden. His work in-

ludes the study of the stream, the ow of water, temperature of the tream and pollution. The three kinds of trout used In tocking tlie streams, the speaker aid, are brown, brook and rain- >ow. The brook trout is the native rout found In the cold mountain treams while thu brown trout can ive in warmer water, according to Mr. Mcllnay. The rainbow trout vas first introduced from the west oast and can adapt itself to dif- etctkl tempetalttrea ot water. Fish management has to do with tocking the right kind of iish in treams to suit the vegetation and emperature of the water, the speaker stated. He concluded his alk by stressing the importance of icoping a balance in th e la\v.- of nature. Large photographs of prize trout caught during the trout season two years ago were shown.

RUSSIAN-MADE GUNS BACK REDS

(Continued

from

page 1)

peak nnd Jane Russell peak about i.35 p. m. Sunday and also shelled

:he allied main line positions. Then communist infantry start- ed coming In. They swept over Pike's peak, surrounding an Amer-

ican unit. The U. S. ritlemen, bat- tling desperately in hand-to-hand duels, cut tho.ic way through the encircling reels and joined other

Americana

on Triangle's main

peak.

The

reds

Increased their strik-

ing force to a reinforced regiment nnd inched toward the main crest

of'Triangle, walking through their own artillery barrages and into tile face, of devastating U. S. fire. Hand-to-hand fighting broke out on the ridge "between thn crest

nnd Elite's peak. After four hours of deadly fighting, the reds drove within 300 yards of Triangle peak.

There the drive faltered, nnri the

Chinese gradually were forced back.

§80,000,000 Tax Note

Issue Sold by Slale

HARRISBURG — Th e common- wealth of Pennsylvania has award- ed to a group headed by the Mel- lon National Bank and Trust com- pany and the Philadelphia Nation-

al Bank the entir e 580,000,000 issue its 1 Vj percent series KT tax

anticipation

its

bid of $80,000,000, Under the terms of this issue the

-SRO.000,000 series KT Notes wil l bo

retire d

1052, maturin g May

notes,

dated

Oct.

29, 1953, on

by May

20, 1953,

Proceeds

of

the sale

of

note

issue

will

be

penditures of tlie state is

the

month s

of

Since

this

issue

lYniplelon of 12W5 ISJiiir avenue ,

Tyrone.

OFFICER AWARDED BRONZE STAR

Altoonans to Attend Heart Sroup Meeting

\V. StiUcl, president County Heart associft-

in, announced that William W. ard, Alexander Notopoulos, G. anley Ruth and Norman F. Lane

H travel

oward

heart

Bedford

Dr.

Elwood

the Blair

B.

to

to

hear

noted

Dr

Spraguc,

ccialist of Brookline, Mass, uak ut the annual Pennsylvania

cart association meeting Got, 25 nd 26. Dr. Spraguo will address association at the 6.30 p.m nncr held at the conclusion o.

e scientific session at the Bed >rd Spring s hotel. Dr. John B. Levan of Reading

•esidcnt-clcct of the Pennsylvania part association, will preside a-

\e scientific session from 2.to 4.31

in. Oct. 25- Following the commit

e meetings a panel discussion on

The Work Classification Unit in ennsylvania* 1 will be held at 10,3' rn. Oct. 26, At the conclusion o he business meeting Sunday* after oon, Dr. Louis B. Laplace, presl ent of the Pennsylvania Hear ssocintion, will speak at the dinnc

"Heart

Vork."

Patients Can

i

the topic,

The two-day session is ex

ected

ie

to

attract

entire state.

physicians

fro:

Prior to the annual meeting, on

ct. 23 nnd 2-1, a worksho p will

b

otuluctcd (or chapter represen<a

.oiulon Opera Company Fo Present "Rigolelto"

Tho London Oprea company, ow on its .second annual tour of America, will present the opera Rigolctto" at Jaffa mosque tomor-

iW evenin g a t 8.30 o'cloelt.

According to

information

re-

nved

from

the

director

of

the

ompany.

there

will

be

a

cast of

5

persons

and

a

full

symphony

irchcstra , consistin g o f cians.

2-1

musi -

are

Rec -

ird shop and all seats for the'per- ormanco wilt be reserved.

LOW availabl e

Tickets

for the

performance

a t

th e

Boo k &

»sks a

Vcalc an'd himself.

attorneys

the

calendar for the term of argume-nl

court that opened today. FS rsl hearings were scheduled for to- morrow. The calendar listed

present in court

Judge

Klepser

and

went

the

Texas

league.

He

was

over

cases for argument but was great- ly reduced through the granting

of rules absolute in those cases ap-

pearing in orphans' court.

A session of domestic relations

court is scheduled for Thursday

and juvenile court cases an: t be heard Thursday.

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BISHOP

Tl'KONE.

Bishop G. Bromly Osman, re.sl dent bishop, Washington, D. area of the Methodist church, with his wife, mad e a brief visit in Ty- rone Thursday morning, calling a the First Methodist church, tin Columbia Avemie Methodist ehurcl and the Methodist Home for thi

Aged, The bishop will be in Tyrom Nov. 30, in connection with thi 100th anniversary celebration o First Methodist church.

GABLE'S

Camera

Supplies.

Mata Floor.

llth Avemi«

coat

in his

new

work.

MuJ. Melvin C. Shintrlrr (left) of Altoona receives tlin Tlron/.n St;ir meclnl 'from 14. Col. Ilsrliert A. V.iegJer, deputy goiicrnl innri- njrer of the 3rd tnuisportution military railwny .service, during ceremonie s in KOTCJI. Shingle r ivns cited for meritoriou s service

wliilfi assigned first as exscutivR officer of tlie 7G5th transportatio n railway shop hnltnlion nnd later as superintendent nf motive powrr with, the equipment section o( hciuUiimrlers, 3rd TMRS. The i«»-

was

jor, wliri recently departed Korea for reassignment

din ployed by the Pennsylvania rnilrrmd in Altoona IIPfore receiv- ing his commission in tlio. tinn y in 1013. His wife, Louise, nnd chil-

Logan Valley Reports Seven On Sick Ust

Seven streetcar and bus operators of the Altoona & Logan Valley Electric Railway company nrc cur- rently on the sick list, Dispatcher Daniel A. McGlynn reported today,

C. R. McKclvcy has been ill at

his home since test July. He resides at 221Calder street, Lakcmont Ter- race, and is well known as a mo- torman on the Hollidaysburg divi- sion.

Have your old fur

Restyled to a

in Japan ,

(U. S. viruii/

Fashionable FUR CAPE

Enjoy the thrilling luxury, the practical year-round comfort of

dre n live at -122 Spruce avenue.

CORNER

Ptifito)

•At parched Bahrein in the Per

sian gull drinking water 3s obtain

ed from

the bottom of the salt sea

UNCLE

RAY'S

Youngest Daughter Said Little But Did Much

Some persons promise little but do ft great deal. Others promise

much but fuil when the time comes

a versatile fur cape styled for

you by Clearfield master crafts-

men

at this low cost! (Slight-

ly higher for luxury furs.)

PHONE 3-6121

Or

Furs to Our Slor*

Bring Your

Charlie

Stine

of

800

drive r

Twenty

on

PERTUSSIN

Acts AT ONCE to Relieve

BAV COUGHS

CAUSED BY COLDS

Advfti-tlsetuenl

fourth street, another well-known, Hollidaysburg division motorman has been off since Sept. 39 and is a patient at Cresaon sanatorium where his address is unit 3, Stale

branch, ward 5,

E. \V, Parson s of 2317 Maple ave-

the

nue, first tric k bus

Greenwood line, has been a patient at Altoona hospital smcc Aug. 7. Russell Dclozier of 282G Oa y avenue, bus driver, also Is a pa- tient nt Altoona hospital, confined

to carry out whnt they

say.

William

SViaHespearn

it new

that

nnd wove

a piny called "King T CIU,"

This piny was bnse<3 on an old leg- end, but Shfikcsprmrc changed the story somewhat, Here is Slmkes-

l>ci\.f<:'K theme'. After King Lcrnr grew old, he decided to give his kingdom away,

sharing

his three daugh-

ters. Before doing so, ho called the daughters before him , and askril which of them loved him

in o^t.

it among

The eldest, Goncril, declared that [

she

lovoil

her

father

more- dearly i

thim

"eye-sight, space

and

liberty t

. The second daughter, Regan, said she loved the king Gnneril did, nnd more besides.

.

.

as much as child e'er

loved,"

|

'.

Wlirn

was

speak

that

she

father.

youngest

"asked

to

like

gave

Half,

her

all

hrr

of

her

be saved

to

marry.

tho

daughter,

sV;itr

Cordelia,

feelings, she replied tha t she could i

never

say

her

added, must

slip was

love to ;

h*-r l

sisters

tove.

M,

she,

for the man |

'

t

That answer made the aged kins

angry. He divid

parts,

out

I

his

of

'("iigrtom

three,

instead

with-

any

share for Cordelia,

GABLE'S Fur Snlon, Second Floor, llth Avenue

there since Sept. 26.

A. L. Rauckle o£ 1GOQ Second ave-

nue, an extra bus driver, Is recu- perating at his home after under- going an operation at Nason hos- pital, Roaring Spring. He has been

off work since Sept. 22.

the

car barn, has been on the sick list since June 1 and Js a patient at

Mercy hospital.

North

Jonca street, Roselawn, Hollidays- hurg, a mechanic at the car barn,

CnnleEiu

mi

effort

Cordelia

suw

Five

her

s pea re

mouth toid

Fo r

returned

to

save

to

him,

and

see

her

A. C. Stevens,

Ben

C.

car

starter

of

Glfi

at

a French army crossed to Britai

in

also traveled

father

alt the comfort she could, but h had lost his mind. The Frenc army was defeated, and poor Co

She

to Brita

gave

Iitn

Lchmtcr

is a patient at Mercy hospital.

CLASS

MEETING

SLATED.

nnd | delin died at

sisters.

the hands of her end

centuries

1 iverl.

ho fore

C cofTrey

of

this legend, but

Shtiki

Mon

with

ending.

In

arm y won

put

back

his

AC com

the battle an

the thron

on

fj ei i<*ml

interes t

sectio n

The S. M. Calvert Sunday school

class of the First Methodist church

wil

l mee t a t th e hom e o f Mrs

.

.1.

T.

VanZand t

of

1017

Eighteenth

street, tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock. Mrs. H. B. Aycrs will be co-hostess. A devotional period

will be held and a social hour en-

joyed.

teacher of tho class; Miss Char-

lotte Willis, president; and Mrs .

John

Mrs .

Patricia

Paschal

Mock,

AVRIST

secretary-treasurer.

IS

FICACTUKKD.

ave-

nue was treated in Mercy hospital dispensary Saturday afternoon for

a fracture of the right wrist suf- fered while playing footbull.

Guy Mauro . 14, of

1801

Fift h

II you are bothered by Backache, Getting

Up

ing urination). Prej&ure over Bladder, or

tliong cloudy urine, due to minor tempo-

for

about

OYSTEX, Popular 25 years. 20 million pack- age* used, SalisIacUon or monej back Ruar- «Dtecd. AJt diuggltt alrfiul CYSTEX today

p&Hlfttlv«

Nights rioo frequent, burning or Mint-

_

_

_

rary Kidney

and

Telltf

»sk

Bladder

yo-nr

JrrUalloii.

tltugRUt

More Comfort Wearing

FALSE TEETH

Ils gltalinr n >n-;i< i

CJi

lot

C,ft

ck«

"l.latc «.lor"

FASTEKTil

I(

Now TRY THIS

For

CHILD'SCOUGH

For coughs and acute bronchitis due to colds you can now get Creomulsion ipecialJy prepared for Chi] Jren in n ncv/ pink and blue package and he sure:

(1 ) Your child will like it, (2) Jt contains only safe, proven

Ingredients.

It contains no narcotics to dis-

turb nature's processes.

It will aid nature to soothe and

heal raw, tender, inflamed throat pnJ bronchial membranes, thus relieving the- cough and promoting rest nnd ileep. Ark for Creomuhion for Chil- dren in Ihe pink and blue package.

CREOMULSION

(3)

(4)

FOR

CHILDREN

/*litv*i Coutht, Ofit

Ccldi, A«l«

Ailcvrtiiornenl

BroixMii

into i happier Cordelia's

Uoar

was

the $80,-j two

OOO.O&O

to paying tho current and other ex-

government

in

throug h May. 1953. both inclusive .

antici-

he entirely

retired from revenues during this bio Ei nium there is no increase in

the

lflS2 r

devoted

Tilings turned out badly for T.rnr

after

Gnncril anil Regan became rude to- ward him. Tney even were griidff- ing about Idling him have shelter.:

At length he found himself \viUiouLi any place he could cnll his home. Meanwhile Cordelia had married tlie king of France, She heard about hrr father*a ttl UoivlvrtoM, and soon

up

he

gave

his kingdom. | your srraiibook. irxci.K R.-Y.

Tomorrow: Midsummer Night Urrntn.

ropy of the ithr

trnlMl

O

CH

•stamped

self-addresse

To obtain n fre-

I

leufiet

on

N A

send

t'iivt'l«[H Y

THE

»

to

STQRY

T 'ncle.

Uny

car e <\( tlvis uevvsunuer .

lo

PiM't V

nn<l

imrt y

Men and Women In the Service

Kllllns, son

November.

tt\x

New Fall Styles that

Normally Sell

pation issue and will

state's

Indebtedness.

AJ,TOON AN DJES

or

((•untlnui'tl

for

12.98, 14.98

and 17.98!

INJURIES

from P a K p 1)

war I us a private in the -tin com-

pany, 1st battalion, 155th depot

brigade.

Surviving

arc

a

son, Harry orjPal'ad C

«!« !

Aitoona;

two brolh

rs ftnd n sister,

Charles of Salem, O., Roy of Akron,

O., and -Mrs. Willia m Love of toona.

Al-

rmnl

Hnllowcon

pnrndn

Friends

will

ho

received

at

the

Lnnghlin

funeral

home

after

1

o'clock

SKT FIKr: TO SCHOOL

Firemen from company were rallrd to the Adams school nt Sixth

.street

a l

which

had been stuffed into one of I hi; nir vriiis in tbo bnildinK by Hallnwecri- erM. eity police reported.

avrrnte

to

e.vtinmii.'ih burnin g Jeavrs

tin's

evening.

and

o'clorlt

Twenty*fourth

Saturda y

9.36

nipht

Plnrs were rompliHr fnr llu- nn- ; UAIMBRlDf.E. Mrt. — .Tnscpli \V.

of Mr. nmt Mrs. Carl L.

to he

held

n t

llioi

hull

Sndirclny. ' Kulins " - o£ -' ° R. " D.

1, \Yillianishvirg,

is

Oct.

25, nt

th e

regula r

mrrlin g of

nov<* uiuler^oin g recrui t trainin g at th e naval trainin g cen t or lie re. Fie

ami.

the

laidics'

auxiliary

tn

tlii?

Kit-

will receive Vrviinins course s in.

tanning

Trail

^irc

fompnny.

nt

The parade \^ill

form

HIP

fire

seamanship, gunnery and military

Iinll

nt

ti o'c:loi'U

wit h

a

pnrty

fol-

lowing

tli."

pnrnili-.

All

.-hililron

of

Scriiny In Koro:i.

th e

community

.ire

invited

to

vwr-

WITH TUK 7TH INFANTRY

ticipnte

in tin- p:i.-.»lr

find

pnrty.

DIVISION IN KORKA- Capt. \Vil-

Tin

1

regular

mi'ctinj?

 

wft.s

in

Itiuu Bromber^. son of Mr. and

hnrg . Bedfor d county , i.4 currentl y

rhnrK f i»f Sophu- ^^'is(•. vice prc'si- tlent. in tin- aWnr o of IVir? prpsi-

Mrs, K. <". BrombiTg of SchoIKs-

dont. Mrs.Kay flalant. A lunrh hy .Ixnct

was

Sponsors Parly

l.aiiu-s KuiUI of St. Michael's Catholic rhiin-li, HoIliflayshiirR is snonsorinp H party Friday oven in K nl S.l'i o'clock in the Blue ronm ol American tx-Rion homo, Holli- daysVnirg and Ihr public is cordial- ly invited tn iUU'n;i.

.Tames K. Cromlllr r jr. , i.s

srrving as chairman of tho com- miltoc of nrraiiKcmcnts for (he social event and the proceeds will be given the building fund of St, Michael's Gal hoi ic church for a

new

sorvinfi

arrnnjjcrncnt.s

fin f n r

Mrs.

school

building.

Mrnihers of the fiiiikl nrc

thr? commillc c on Lhc party.

s j o n

i n

with

the

jCori'n.

Tth

infantry

di\'i-

Four Months.

\VITM TUP: 7VII INFAN'TRY DIVISION IN KOUKA -Pfc, Mun- .son R. \Volfo. son of Mr. ani l Mrs , I'.ohcrt A. Wolfe of R. D. 2. Ty- rone, recentl y completed four

pTctes

month s

in

Koresi

with

th e

7th

ii\-

fantry

division.

 

Tfio Door of Hope group, Altoona, conducted a special service at the

Centre I-ine K.U.8. church last, cvc-

| ning. The Girlhaven choruspre - sented sjiecia] sacred numbers. Miss Dorothy Sultsman spoke on the program being carried out In

girls.Rev .

the

church, extended

for

Ihe

Altoona

C.

Line

th

honie.

C'fttier ier,

for

Dwaync

Ctfnlrn

thank.i

to

paslor

of

AUoona

group

I lie

snocial

service.

You'll love the wonderful young

styles that were designed to flatter

and you'll love

the price on these sample dresses by Carole King. Versatile cordu- roys, rustling taffetas, gay plaids and soft velveteens that are sure to win your heart. You'll find them all in this collection of sample dresses by Carole King.

junior figures

Wiili al f the campaign spe- t\;t\?, \vViistte slops nnd comrncr- ri.'i] r.-nfio -iml Iclcvisioii bro.-ul- caKl«, (ho ri.ilronris ^nd r^dio folks wil l probabl y h,-i1e lo see Election Pay come, ll'll he sort of. tike winter enclinc Die nice Mimmcr business of n hot don

stand ,

<£> NE *

Take Advantage of These

Savings Tomorrow!

Junior

Department,

^J

Second

tloor, lllli Avenue ^