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VOLUME 23, No. 1

NARBERTH,

PENNSYLVANIA,

OCTOBER 9,

1936

PRICE,

FIVE

CEN'l

George B. Suplee Madel Dogs Hate to . Part

of

I

IBoro Women's Club

A

0

0

U

d

W

Ct1Vltt~n er

Started

PARTY

IPosing as Pastor

'

Grilter in Boro

J

II Brookline Beats Boro

K

C

to

not

erles

Gamc

Sunday

to

Line

League

,

h'

pions

DAVISMEN

With Pals at School I

friendships I

especially by

Boro Fireman for LI e i ! ~~~~ll~~n'l\O~i\'~i,,~~u~:\>wUP

Honol' Given in

Recognition

Sixteen Years'

Service

to

Company

o

f

'

\\'lth ,no

''1'\\'lxt

f,:!t>,"J"hip

hun

and a

eXi"ting'

!IUP,

-Old Vel''''',

l'

But

apparently

can be carried

too

these

far,

BOARD REORGANIZES, the canines.

aYI

Gets Radio and Twenty-two Dollars I

in

(By TOM

ELWOOD)

some

time

has

just

Case did not inform the other busi-

warning

would

ness people, thinking that a

to

serve to safeguard their interests.

this

the

Lower

of

Merion

police

the

Tuesday

week,

above-

ount

IAt·t Committee Outlines Trips· 'I I Membership Campaign

I

Decide 'Main

Cham-

lp

7

TO

6

Sliekest grifting the Main Line has

taken

The Lower

Merion police know about it, but ac-

iseen

'place twice in Narberth.

LUNCHEON

15TH

LOSE

 

i

William

J.

Drennan,

principal

of

cording to the victims have been l<eep- described man phoned Mrs. George

 

At

the

reorganization

meeting

of ~the

Narberth

Public

School,

has

re-

Mrs.

Ralph

Heath, president of

~Iub,of, Narberth, ?P-

C.

ing- it secret.

Albert, of the Majestic Electric Shop

 

By

JOHN

MUL.L.IGAN

the

Boa~'d of

Directors

of

the

~ar-J quested

that

parents

whose

children

the

Women's

So if you arc a storekeeper, beware

in

Narberth,

and

represented

him-

Main Line Baseball Leag-ue history

berth

FIre

Company

Monday

mght, , have

dogs

for

pets,

kindly

l<eep

the

ened

the orgamzatlon s

first meetl~g of a tall, thin man with brown eyes

self

as

the

Rev.

W.

V.

Middleton,

will be written on Sunday when Nar-

George

B.

Suplee,

retiring

director,! latter at home.

 

of

the

season Tuesday

afternoon

JTI I and

sharp

teeth

and

nose.

He's

minister

of

the

Narberth

Methodist

berth

meets

Brookline here

in the

was

gamzatJOn

Mr.

years

made

a

life

member

of

(!Jrector

the

01'- i

SId

'1

evera

t

tl

P

pI sOle sc

OUtSI 'd

Sll I e.

e

'C I assrooms,

0

,the Girl Scout Wing of the Commun-I dressed in brown at present and he

t

b

'Id' mg,

Ul

both

the

to

the

who

WIt , ) I new

two

passe

COlla 'd'

and

I

old

away

glee . t' b" mgs

mem ers.' cal minister

I'

'

telephones your store that he IS a 10-

is not averse to

a

from

entertain-

,

,

.

b e Iff b lal 1\ mem

Mrs.

Emma

t I Je, ,''''. SlO'mng .,

Irs. B ' : check

I! . : J'our

and

,

store

.

t 1e' ment-and

Early

: for

what

'<,.' mmlster's . borrowing

for

forgetting to

and

a

he

0

your

name

radio

to

it.

ers,

d'

urmg

a

church

S?e re~o~tedon the spring I

m

WIllIamsport.

return

in

May

the

man

borrowed,

he

claimed

was

a

play

in

Mrs.: the Narberth Presbyterian Church, a

$:{O.95 I'adio from Walter Case of the

Shop.

insert free Case in the

Nash: play program, to compensate for the

pro-

Cros-:

Electric

and

Radio

to

Mr.

play,

no

offered

returned.

Church.

hurrv., fOI' a

send down for it, paying with a check.

did

He

a church play, and would

a

needed

and

her

raaio

in

husband

,

fifth

"Little 'Vorld Series."

and

deciding

For

h

t

e

'

first

b

time

DaVIS'

oys are

I

h

of

the

series

games

It

will

be

from

Berwyn

to

in

nosing out

the

townsmen

by

of

their

,

.

The honor ., was gIVen to!

in

recog'nitlOn

of

hIS

most

16 I

of 'I

ogs are accompanymg pU-'

hIS

00.

ot

ome 0

h

f

th

em wal 't

ht' In- t

fl' ers go

rIg I' .

IS

tIe amma s

no

d" ISCIP I' me

avers.

uYlng

Offi

game

in

,

,I

I , y for

She also paId '" tribute In

Suplee

.

,

servIce '.

as

d

001';

resence 0

tIe I

years

play

all

remembered

t

and

how they walloped Brookline thrice in a row last year.

Gene

a

c lampion.

' at the Davlsmen swept three games

straight

three

to

Mrs.

Albert

forced

whIch time he has served as treasurer. ' ' gOO(

Officers

"

elected

were

TrIstan

Cun-!

S.1

Thomas

Horace Smedley,'

I

,

B. I

duMaraJs,

ning'ham,

Howard,

record,in g

financIal secretary.

presllient;

Vincent

vice·president;

treasurer;

secretary;

William

President

committees:

House,

J.

duMarais

F,

If' mam t alllmg "

or

1\1

r.

D

rennan

0

B

Comfort

m ,club

late

Mary I Dotzenroth d and

Eh e,

not

know

of

the

previous

somewhat

parallel

episode.

They

had

not been

informed

by

the

police,

nor

had

the

police

asked

the

newspapers

to

pub-

lish

a

general

warning.

So

the

backhand

by

"Rev.

W.

J.

Mid·

Main Line Democrats

W·II PdT

ara

e

onlg .

crown

1934

7-6 fig-

Markle,. Co-Operative

CI

b

EI

t

U

ec s

as 1

; 01'.

Forrest

summer.

conference

Among the new members are

E,

Chamness,

Mrs.

D.

E.

grifter got a radio for $18 and took

it away, along with $22 cash, after Eddie Hare's gang sent the playoff presenting' a $40 check endorsed in a warfare to the limit last Sunday by

fake

cers j F.

appointed

Ilc,V, Mrs. John H. Eidson, Mrs. Arthur: Narberth

Mrs.

Charles

McCurdy, iHe

Heads, Lauterbach,

The

R.

the

Haverford

plm,lne<.1

a

A.

home

generously

Purse,

chairman;'

GI'OUp; Wholesale Plan

! Mrs.

i non

I and Mrs. Joseph Snyder.

'

H:

C,

Middleton, Jr.,

Mrs.

1\Itddleton,

Mrs.

John

C.

Membership

Committee,

Mizner,

of

chairman,

H.

Mrs.

F.

avenue,

drive

last

new

for

Ver-; of charge an ad for

!loan.

There

Mrs. 1 gram-and at'

of IH

no

was

no

radio

<lleton,

D.D.,"

and

made

)1Uyable

to

ures

in

a

throbbing

fray

waged,

of

Mr. Middleton by a "Lucille W. Cham·

course,

on

the losers'

diamond.

The

bel'S," who signed "herself" secretary-

fin;t - half

champions

accomplished

Contlnued on

T'a~e Six

their

purpose

by

getting

out

front

 

with

a

commanding

lead

and

then

holding'

Ites Who came on strong with a

'

,

I

I

th

off

I

e coun

the

determined

I'

I

II

.

Solved

I

y

w 1ic

h

JTI tIe I nmt .

borough-

sen- b

ut

I

h

a

I

ast·( ItC I ra

t'

Reynolds

The magic of Bill ReynOlds' pitch. i ing went for naught in his thinl start

conqueror of

for

Narberth.

Twice a

Harry

Hollar, "'Irs.

Eberhardt Muel-

A

'v

d

IeI'.

pplO

C

Finance"

n1an;

J

0

h

n

tl

1\1

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l'II I 'aI11

DUI'bl'n,

I '11

er,' ""II' I

tam

" S

cllal'I'.

H

OW-I

REPORTS

7

P.

C.

PROFIT

meeting

Stevens,

'Vednesday

members

0

bOO

by Artists Meet 14th to Open Season

I

ard.

"

The

Narberth

Co-o)lerative

Club

Entertainment

and

Publicity,

Mrs.' met at the home of Mrs.

Rollin

Sid-

Eberhardt Mueller, chairman; Horace' well 115 Chestnut avenue Monday

Smedley, Harry

offi-

'

Hollar, Vincent Cun-

evening- and

chose the

ht' satlOna

,Ie< t'

following

'whIch IS now underway.

ning'ham,

Albert

):ulty,

Charles

V.

cers for the ensuing' year:

Reports of

the

various

committees,

I

Noel.

President-Dr.

Forrest

Comfort, I wer,e

given,

Mrs.

W.

H.

BoaJ'(I~1an,:Mcmbcrs to Convene in Lumbcr

Formal

Opening

of

Ardmore:

Membership, Charles V, Noel, chail'-, lOR

Chestnut

avenue.

man;

Albert Nultv, Han'v Hollar.

I'

Vice-President-l\lr.

'Villiam

Sar-

I , chall'man of art. announced a

thc

Gill

to I,

Studio in Wynnewoo(ll, 1\Ion- 'I

tn))

Company

Attl'C

fol'

Sixth

Scasoll

Headquarters to FolIo"'

Tour

. . 'd'I" October I',) a11(1 fr'0111 t 1el'e to Bl'Olll'll'ne < all(1
.
.
'd'I"
October
I',)
a11(1
fr'0111
t 1el'e
to
Bl'Olll'll'ne
< all(1
by
tile
"htltout
rotlte
Rental
rates
for
Elm
Hall
relnal11 , , , gent, 12-1 Chestnut avenue.
,
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the home of Samuel Yellin in 'Vynne-'
Reynolds
found
."
the going- rocky
last
the same:
Mornmgs, 9 to 12, $3;
af- i
Secretary-Mrs,
Wm,
N.
Loucks'i,
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PAUL
L.
GILL
DIRECTOR
SEVERAL
TO
SPEAK
ternoons, 12 to 6, $5; evenings, G to I 2)!J DUdley avenue. to see II
ternoons,
12
to
6,
$5;
evenings,
G
to I
2)!J
DUdley avenue.
to see
II s.
ems
0
ex llbl-I
week-end.
He finally
was
yanked in
1
<'10
'1'
.
Ell .
B'
t
1"~ I
I \\ ood,
tion.
I' Itl't a lP cr. ;
A
lunc I' 1eon
will
precede
the,
,.
I'
1\1' am
D
,the sixth after Sammy Schaeffer had
reasurer-J' 1\[' ISS
en
l'1n on,
-
t
i
'
!
F •or
SIX
WlJ1ters
t Ie
attIc
of
the
L' 1I1e
campalg'n,
'
19 ,]>
-,
d WIII
be
I, Merion avenue.
tThe l ', p,ace IS un
tl
d~nnt~Uncedfi Shull
Lumber COm)lany in
Bala-Cvn-
I
b
II
I' : t poled
a
homer WIth the
tit bases loaded
----------------
,
I
liS
er
Ie
Iree'lOn 0
)Ca( I qual' t ers WI 'II
e
orma
y opene(
B
I r
h
1 0 0
I P
,
,
,
I
.'
y'
I
1 '. he tleasurer , s report I
s I 10We( 'I
that b
I wvd
hap
beell
a
meet1l10'
)llace
for
t
WI 'tl
emocra t' IC
f
II fl'
Itt' s ree 0 gIve
1'00,1111'
W
0
P
tttCa
ot
the Art DelJartment of the 1\lontO'om-!'
Ollll-!: . It I 1
1
an I
as llOn(
'I
f
I
R
'
'0
,
'"
O
! 'the
busIness I
transacte( .
by d
t
11
lC
clu
h
'I hobby , '
artIsts
from
varIOUs
walks
of
f
b 0 (-
a
>e
a
sa
c
ea(. I
a
eynu II (s
a))peare< t I
con 1'0
was
b,
d
I
F' •ederatlOn.
w
0
desIre
,para( e, 0 owe(
y
spea'1I1g k'
))1'0-
spotty and he was in trouble through-
-----------------
,for tIe quartel' Just en
e
amountel
t
tt
I
I
t
1\1
B
I
lIfe.
Here
the
doctors, I '
flol'1sts,
ad- '
gram.
,'ollt,
~'et ,. ",0111"
of
I't
""1",
(Iue
to
the
' t
i';9'l1"'0
I
.
h
fit
f
erv
0 . a
en(
)) ease
Those
e I ep I 10ne
rs.
oar< "
,
,
I
.
A
Democratic trend is evidenced at,
.
0
" 7'
't l
I' o~I('iwlllcl b a
for
transportation
and
lunch. ve~'ltllsJn~lmen
and arc ll,tects try t lelr
The parade will start at headquar- iteam:s
weakening
on
defense,
He
"
. proxIma e v
I, (
la( I'
cen
.
)ll OIl?
f rea Ize( ,
la p -! man
I
'
,
.
skI
WIt 1
Clarcoal
l
011
and
water
t
50
'V
L
A
I
Dans ,
store
m
Narberth,
where
hvc i
TI
I
"tt
I
"eon
n'sen·atlOns.
The
pICture
exhl-
I'
'dl
'
.
ancaser t
avenue,
r< -
fail('d
to
strike
out
a
single
batter,
r< - fail('d to strike out a single batter, gross (If penn v donkeys with string'S:
gross (If penn v donkeys with string'S: t' Ie a,( 1~1tl ~< t\\I'eap\nl~sls 1°1 cho:opela-:
gross (If
penn v donkeys
with
string'S: t'
Ie a,( 1~1tl ~< t\\I'eap\nl~sls 1°1 cho:opela-:
bited in the clubrooms is one by Paul
co ~r
pall1ts,
a
goo
y
quantity
of
5
P.
1\1.
and
the motor cara-
walked
thrce
and
g-ave
up
11
safe.
,
1\'1' , actlvl I y
Ie
11 a( e p
la 'I area:
",
'whIch
decorated
the floor
as
well
< as
t
111
for clllldrclI to " wC'ar were sna)lped up: : ,
t
.
Gill. ,
Another
trIp
IS
beIng
planned
ers,
more, at
van f L WI 'II
raverse 1\1'
tl" 1e d prmclpa N b
Itt s ree Sties.
I IS
llla( equa e
w I 10 I esa I e
p1'1VI eges.,
canvas.
tl
,
so fast Genc had to order more IJl
a i 1'1
f
t)
t
f
t)
to
VIsit
the
Phlhps , "
MIlls
0'
ower J
erlOn an
ar
er
I,
en< I -
II
t
I
.
,
-f
J
'
h
f
I
'
lere 01'1',
JC
announCemen
0
Ie
Studio. ,the i
'fll'l"
"e'ISOII <
'VI'II
0)1 e >11
<111'sd e
t
8
P
t
th
t
t'
,
t
l'rrmann "
urnc(
In
a
,
nIce ))lCCe 0
I JUI'l'V.
II ' owevel'
cIg
t
where the exhIbItIOn , . , is open until Oc-\
to'
a
,,' o f Ing
a
.
1I:.r
,,~. a
e
s ar lJJg' ]lom.,
'"
,0
.
]lhants were sold at the same tllne., operatIve
,
gross 0 ,plan e c- i to orgalllze a MId-Atlantic Co-
t
~ 45
P
1\1
d. th
'"
" 'd e
g'UI
]lll1ch-f1l11g'Ing'
whIle ,
Georg'e
Severn
Ia
un
el
e
ance 0'
,
Heading the list of spea,kers invited
tossing'
'ell1
ovel'
fOl'
tile
VI'SI'tOI'S,'
I.
.,
'Vholesale,
WIth ,
headquar-, tober 24.
i Paul
L.
Gill.
*
tel'S
in
Philadelphia,
enthusias-
Other chaIrmen
who
made
reports'
0'
enthusias- Other chaIrmen who made reports' 0' Republicans are expecting a crowd tically received and
Republicans are expecting a crowd tically received and was a share of stock wel'e Mrs.
Republicans are expecting a
crowd
tically
received
and
was
a share of stock
wel'e Mrs. William H. Muller, chair-I
"
Mr. Gill, a ~'esldent of 'V.ynnewood,
IS Mrs. Emma Guffey 1\hller, Demo- Continued on I'a~e Three
cratic national committeewoman from'
_
of 15 000
t
L 0
'I I e'll'
I
Tlleod
'e
R
se 'elt,
.
f
C't'
>
d
L
lOn, .! I has " won for hImself an enVIable )Jlace
Pennsylvania, and sister of United i
'
01
00"
'i In the proposed wholesalt, was ordered i man
0
I Izens
h' Ip
an
egIs 'I' a t·
](4
0
i
IneS
Jr.,
Saturday
afternoon,
October
17'1 purchased.
: 1\1rs. C. Arley Farmer, Welfare; Mrs.
1.11
the
art
world.
H.e
IS
a
graduate
.Lt'l at11
1.11 the art world. H.e IS a graduate .Lt'l at11 at 2 o'clock at Willow Grove
at 2 o'clock at Willow Grove Park. I' Upon the recommendation of the .J. S.
at
2 o'clock
at
Willow
Grove
Park. I'
Upon
the
recommendation
of
the
.J.
S.
I'!anis,
Conservation;
Drama-: (rom the ,Penn:.,ylvanI~ Aca~emy and
States Senator Joseph F. Guffey.
Other speakers will include F. Clair'
_
Org-anizations of nine counties are ofTieers it was decided to maliC the' ties, Mrs. Henry
Org-anizations of nine
counties
are
ofTieers
it
was
decided
to
maliC
the' ties,
Mrs.
Henry
Frye;
Education, i has
studIed
m
val'lOUS
m~pol:tant Ross., ~emocra~ie.eandid,ate fOI' Stat,el
The
Reconstruction
Finance Cor-
sponsoring this Landon·Knox rally.llllceting's in the future more educa-;l\[rs, 'V. R. Knauer; Fellowship,
sponsoring this Landon·Knox
rally.llllceting's
in
the
future
more
educa-;l\[rs, 'V. R. Knauer;
Fellowship, 1\Irs.
centers
of
Europe,
Mr.
,GIll
IS
a
Au(!Jtol
Genelal,
Geolge
H.
Ba~-iPoration from
F('Jll'uury 2, W:12,
to
Peter C. Hess, township treasurer, is I tional in character, )Jermitting the I,T. H, Speck;
Peter C. Hess, township treasurer, is I tional
in
character,
)Jermitting
the I,T.
H,
Speck;
Home,
Mrs.
Paul
H.
J1l.embe.,r
of
the
Sa~mag'un~1 Club of
tholelllew,
of
Pottstown,
DemocratIc 'JulY 1
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Al
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(
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11 JUCC
'?D,.
),
,
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on
the al'l'angements
committee.
: I'outine details of business to be con_ll\larrow;
Mrs.
J.
H.
Hon~der, Hospi-
,ew
or"
Ie
11 a( e
Water
PllU
r'
-
candIdate
for
Cong-ress
from
Mont-
Montgomerv
Count\-.
.
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ltance,
New
York
Color
Club
gOI1Iel'"
County'
Attol'lle" ."
Sallluel
K
,
< I uc t e<
"xecu Ive
onlml ' ee.,·
.'
.
.
.", ' '>,.'
,
.
Lower
1\1 erion
propertit,s
and
one
in
Y' 1('
J.
HanseII
Frcnch,
State Secrclary 1
The
next
regular
meeting
of
the' tional
Relations;
1\lrs,
J.
H.
Illtel'll'l • -
Miller,
and
seyeral
other
orl!:al1lZatlons
de-
"hl,te,
of
Menon,
can(!J?ate
for
the: Narberth
went
under
the
Sheriff's
for the: Narberth went under the Sheriff's of AO'rieulture, '" sa".'s
of AO'rieulture, '" sa".'s Re)mblic,'an! club ",'III be II'el(1
of
AO'rieulture, '"
sa".'s
Re)mblic,'an! club
",'III
be
II'el(1
1\loI1(la'.'
e,'ell'111lY, '" ',Junior
Advisor.
\'ot,ed to the u(h,'anceme,nt of art.
,H&
LeO'lslature ,., , •
from
tl e
Fnst
plurulity in
l\lontg'omery
,.
County this I November 2, at the home of Mr. and i
I',
Di tr' IC, t ihanllJll'r ' last week at
S
Norristown
The
Literature
Department
will
h,as be~~~~ cons:s\e~lt wmner ,of Pl'1~els Montg'omery
County;
DI'
~harles J.; Howard
:\1.
Alexander,
treasurer
of
coming' election will be cut to ROOO, IMrs. William Sargent, 12-1 Chestnut meet at the
coming'
election
will
be
cut
to
ROOO, IMrs.
William
Sargent,
12-1
Chestnut
meet
at
the
home
of
Mrs.
Canl
E.
Slllce
,:.:.,
,an<
11S
connectIOn, Wit I
Fenwick,
professor
of
polItIcal
econ-
the
Al!'xander
Rubber
Comllan~.,has
Cong'res ,sn la WilIiaJ Ditter Mam Lmc Sketch Club WIll be B 1\1 C II
Cong'res ,sn
la
WilIiaJ
Ditter
Mam
Lmc Sketch Club WIll be
B
1\1
C
II
'"
n. J
n
S,l~S ,,: , avenue.
Starr,
'Vvnnewoot!
Court
Tuesday . I ,the
'
on~y a t '
'Vdson
awl'
0
eg-:;
OO( I row! settled
for
an
$18,000 estate
at
lIill-
G.
O.
P. marg'in will increase to fiO,-\'
afternoon,' at 2 P. 1\1.'
.
'o[
I!.'re,~t value
,to
the
members.
,
.Jones
PennsylvanIa's greatest:
,
000.
Probably will be somewhere b('-:
I
bl'
,
'
DetaIls
relatIve
to
membershIp
Dem;crat
ora tor'
J.
Hansell, slldel' ant!
Dale
,
rloads, 'Vynncwood, lil-
·
'I'd
IGcnera
Wayne
Repu
lcan
librarian
of
will
be
fumi"hed
if
"ou
either
C
II
'
In!.!,' ' a
if "ou either C II ' In!.!,' ' a MISS ". Clara I FolIette, 'b call
if "ou either C II ' In!.!,' ' a MISS ". Clara I FolIette, 'b call
if "ou either C II ' In!.!,' ' a MISS ". Clara I FolIette, 'b call
MISS ". Clara I FolIette, 'b call < new a I-stone, fourteen-room I . t
MISS ".
Clara I
FolIette, 'b
call <
new a I-stone, fourteen-room I .
t
t
,1' tJ(
ween, no
necessan y ml
way.
,
of
0
egeville
State
J
':'
*
'"
I
.
Campaign Rally Octobcr 23
the
"ar lerth
LI
rary,
will
review
-
Trinity 2~100 or C'.'n,v\'(1 662.
,.
Young'
F • rench
f'
'"
County . fannhouse stve .,
resl-
F 'red
Secre-' CI
"alzer : '
JCstel'
and '
J
.
I
tal''' 0
some " of the new books.
0
I'"
'.
-
',dence
, fiJ'yn
Mawr's "Re(!Jscovery
Next Wednesday
lJIl-!:ht the
Repuh-
,
,
R
b
H
T fl'
former
AO'rlcu . I ture
Narberth
magIstrate
I
,
·
'C'
,
t
II
I
The Landon·Knox campaign in Gen-
1 he
FellowshIp
Conl1J1lttee
wllI
1
ert
a t WI·I
<
,We('!i" parade will be on
Monday.
ICan '11
C' Itlzens , tl
omlJ1lt L' ee
RbI" f Ol'lna
0
CI
G
bl
d
1\1'
v'' Ieral Wayne election district will start' hold a luncheon an,l card party next
lar . nd I es
.
1.:1' 'laveror f
aO,r-; tt
The Rey, J, Samuel Stephenson has
0
WI
open
1<'
L am
me
cpu
lean
.
.
.
I
I'
S
GOP R a II
ne'
ca
I'
"
k
1
d
I' with a rallv in the gymnasium of I hursday at t 1e lome of Mrs. George
, <I
1e a
pea
at
y
l
qUI arteld's aAt dancaster avenue aJll
I
the
Montgo'mer-,'
Day
School
Old, W.
Orth,
531n
N.
Sydenham
street,
preSIde.
m ) lU1gn manager, WI II Iresigned as curate of St. John's
I" Church, Bala-Cynwyd, to take a simi-
C lurc 1 roa
l'
more.
0
,
*
to take a simi- C lurc 1 roa l' more. 0 , * , 'Gulph road,

, 'Gulph road, Penn Valley, at 8

P. 1\1.,1 Logan.

Phone Mrs. J.

H. Specl"

the

: lar post with St. Luke's Church, Ger-

, I '11 r IFrid'l" October "'3 Prominent . s)leak-: chairman, Narberth 4003-J for resel'-
,
I '11
r IFrid'l" October "'3 Prominent
. s)leak-: chairman, Narberth 4003-J for resel'-
Ullder
Auspl'ces
Lower
Mel'l'oll-
Hoofing
Rotary Topic
I'mantown.
where he
will
have charg'e
1\1
rs.
E
lIlma
G
u
ff
ey
1\1
er, sIster ' 0
••>'
-' ,
I,
T
'
,
·
I
I! ers
to
be
announced
later
will
g'ive' vat, IOns.
Narberth
Councl'l
The trials and thrills of a hoofer's, of t he work at the Church of St. John
S
G
ff
I
t
<mator
u
ev,
as
nIl!.' . I It was
sc Je< -
",
'tt I
:t\ew members arc Il1vlted to
.
t
II
t
B
I
C
I
'
I
'0
uled
to addre~s the
county
'Vomen's
short addresses, their total limted to
a
en<.
October 21
career
were
0 <0
a
a-
ynwy( -
t
h'
BaptIst, 5 01 Germantown ave-
a a- ynwy( - t h' BaptIst, 5 01 Germantown ave- one hour or less .
one hour or less . Following -, re- Mrs. Caryl E. Starr chaIrman of Narberth
one
hour
or
less .
Following -,
re-
Mrs.
Caryl
E.
Starr
chaIrman of
Narberth
Rotarians
Tuesday
at the: Iltu'. , .• At Friends' Central School,
DemocratIc . ConJllJlttee , at NOlTlstown, .,
. , " * * . fl'eshments will be served. Contln<lClI On P"lre Five Overbrook
.
,
"
*
*
.
fl'eshments will be served.
Contln<lClI
On
P"lre
Five
Overbrook Golf Club by Daniel Ely,: O\'erbrook, the enrolhnent is 42n,
The committee, which extends a MEETING AT ARDMORE of Narberth. first job as Ely told
The
committee,
which
extends
a
MEETING
AT
ARDMORE of Narberth.
first job as
Ely told how he got his' twenty
above
last
year's
Four
Political "Tell You Teas," a ser-
cordial invitation to all voters in Gen- ~Committce
Furthcrs
Plans
a dancer in
Baltimore in
St.
.J oseph's Colleg'e stUdents, pushing
ies of Conference Teas, will be held
on \Vednesday afternoons until Elec-
tion Day at the Hannah Penn House
eral Wa~'ne district, consists of A. D. i
Blair, chairman; Jean S. Allen, Mrs. I
fOi'
Nal'bcrth's
Mardi GI'as
Robert
H.
Taft,
son
of
the
late
1900,
was
stranded
with
a
minstrel their cal' containing' two Lower Mer-
President,
will
address
a
Republican
show
in
Kansas,
spent
six months, ion "no-parking- signs" on City Line
Alice
Alltis,
1\[1'.
and
Mrs.
Harry
C.
Plans were furthered for Nar-
mass
meeting
at
Masonic
Hall, Anl-
with
an
act
at
the
'Vorld's
Fair
in'a\'enue, fiala, at 2,:)0 A. l\!. \\'ere later
in Philadelphia. Your questions will
be answered by experts from G. O.
Banks, Mrs. Gibson Bell, John Board- berth's annual Mardi Gras at a Busi-
more,
the
evening
of
Octobel'
21.
St.
Louis
early
in
the
century
aIHI
man, Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell, ness Council
Committee
meeting'
The rally is under the auspices of the
gradually
worked
his
way
into
the
P.
headquarters. The committee in
Mrs.
Florence
Carter,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
called Monday evening at the Arcadia
Lower
Merion-Narberth
Council
of
big-time as a dancer.
charge include Mrs. George Dallas
Dixon, Mrs. Robert Sewell and Mrs.
Joseph 'V, Beacham, Jr.
Contlnuea on Page Six
·
Republican Women.
J
ames
P.
C
avanaugh,
1\
lr.
an
d
M
rs.
Restaurant
1\ arios
I
Chios,
c laIr·
I
fined $1 and $:1,50 costs each by Mag--
istrate F. P. Kromer.
"BootIeg cream" was used in much
Iicc cream sold on the Main Line this
'V.
Morgan
Churchman,
Jr.,
Mrs.
man.
Guests of the
Council
will be Con-
Pray
to
Address
Socicties
summer,
Dr.
Georg'e
'V,
Grim,
milk
Joseph
Clausen,
Mrs.
Ann
Darville,
It
was
arranged
to
hang
a
sign
g-ressman J. William Ditter and Lam-
Kenneth
L.
1\1.
Pray,
310
'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed
310 'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the
310 'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the
310 'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the
310 'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the
310 'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the
310 'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the
310 'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the
310 'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the
310 'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the
310 'Vood- ~control officer of this district, revealed Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the
Charles S. Edmunds, 'Valter Fuller, announcing the event on the Narberth Playground entrance and sub-commit-
Charles
S.
Edmunds,
'Valter
Fuller,
announcing the event on the Narberth
Playground entrance and sub-commit-
bert
Cadwalader,
Republican
candi-
side
avenue,
Narberth,
secretary
of after
a
three
weeks'
inspection
trip
Firemen's
Sunday
DistUt'bed
Mrs. C, Al'1ey Farmer, Mrs. W. Rus-
date from
this district for
assembly-
the
Committee
of
Public
Assistance
in
the
Mid-West.
The
)H'incipal
of-
Assistance in the Mid-West. The )H'incipal of- Sunday was a busy day for Nar· sel Green,
Sunday was a busy day for Nar· sel Green, Mr. and Mrs, Charles E. tees
Sunday was
a
busy
day
for
Nar·
sel
Green,
Mr.
and
Mrs,
Charles
E.
tees
were
appointed
to
supervise
man.
and Relief, will be the speaker at the fender, he
said, maintains
both
"ap-
berth's fire company. At 11 A. 1\1. Harnden, John H. Jeffries, Jr., Mrs. music, platform,
berth's fire company. At 11 A. 1\1.
Harnden, John
H.
Jeffries, Jr.,
Mrs.
music,
platform,
route,
collection
of
Other
Council
activities
include
a
afternoon session of the autumn con- proved"
and
unapproved
plants,
,
the firemen put out a bla~e at the home of Clarence Smith, 310 Essex avenue,
the firemen put out a bla~e at the
home of Clarence Smith, 310 Essex
avenue, where chimney sparks set
J.
D.
Justin,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
John
H.
prizes and other details.
Ilost-election
meeting
at
whieh
DI'.
fel't'nce of county
Children's Aid
So-
Lower
Merion
is dickering for
a
fif-
Link, Mr. ant! Mrs. F. D. Moore, Mr.
Again this year the co-operation of
Clyde
L.
King,
authority
on
State
cieties at Harrisburg, OctQber 1'1.
teen-acre playg'round site at the rear
and
Mrs.
George
C.
T.
Remington,
the Narberth
Fire
Company
will
be
taxation, will
discuss
State taxes.
The
announcement
of
the
meeting
of the Wynnewood road
school.
The
of the meeting of the Wynnewood road school. The fire to the roof causing damage of
of the meeting of the Wynnewood road school. The fire to the roof causing damage of

fire to the roof causing damage of

Spencer Roberts, Mr.

and

Mrs.

sought for roping off part of Haver-

Next March a trip to Harrisburg was made Monday at Norristown by

~ontlnueilall Page Six

$100.

In the evening they were called

Thomas J. Skillman, Jr., Owen D. ford avenue for dancing, while Bur· is planned and New Voters' Day will Mrs, J. Aubrey Anderson, Gulph

to the home of C. H. Wheeler, Jr., Schmidt, James P. Smyth, Maurice gess John
to the home of C. H. Wheeler, Jr.,
Schmidt,
James
P.
Smyth,
Maurice
gess John
E.
Hall,
the
Lower
Mer-
be observed at the April
meeting. In
Mills,
president
of
the
board
of
the! Active
Mcmbcrs'
Club
and
701 S. Bowman avenue, Merion, where an ironing board was ablaze. W. Sloan, Jr" and
701 S. Bowman avenue, Merion,
where an ironing board was ablaze.
W. Sloan, Jr"
and Frederick Warner.
ion
police
and
other
officials
will
be
Montgomery
County
Children's
Aid I
Mulicrcs
Planning
Bcnefit
asked
to
aid
in
making the
affair
a
May the Council will visit the county
poor home.
Society.
May the Council will visit the county poor home. Society. 4 Bol'O Youths Pledged Three Narberth

4

Bol'O

Youths

Pledged

Three Narberth youths have been pledged to fraternities at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster. David Bodke and Joseph King have been pledged to the Xi chapter of Phi Kappa Tau. Justin R. Peters has been pledged to the Nu chapter of the Sigma Pi. Donald Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Martin, of 207 Wayne ave- nue, is pledged to the Phi Gamma

Hobbies at Friends' Central

Friends' Central School, Overbrook, will hold its eighth annual Autumn Fail' this week-end in the gymnasium, A display of summer hobbies will be a feature. Hours are Friday, 3 to !J

P.

r; aIHI

1\1.; Saturday and Sunday, 2.30 to

7

to

9

P.

1\1.

Enroll at Valley Forgc Enrolled as plebes this term at Val- I(~y Forg-e Military Academy are John Martin Kessler, Jr., and William

success.

Two

New

Roofs

Narberth Building Inspector Georg-e 13. Suplee has issued )lermits for new roofs to Mrs. Charles Borden, 217

Forest avenue, $350, and to Mrs. John Van Deaver, 127 Conway avenue, $100,

Missionary

Speaker

Here

The Rev. Kenneth 1\1. Kepler, a Presbyterian missionary at Tengh- sien, Shantung, China, is scheduled

Plans for the conference were also Deputy Commanders Dined discussed by Mrs. J. A. LaFore, Penn

Frank S. Challenger, of Narberth, Valley Farms, Penn Valley, publicity represented the Main Line at a din- chairman of the group. ncr given to deputy commanders of the Ninth District of the American

The Bryn Mawr Hospital again wishes to increase its list of profes- sional donors because of the ever-in creasing demand. This is especially true of type 111 of the Moss specifi- cation. Anyone wishing to be reg-is- tel'<~d as professional blood donor will

cases increased from foul' to ten, while

Hospital Seeks Blood Donol's

Lt'gion by District Commander Har- old L. Reese at his home, 30n Powell road, Wynnewood, Monday night.

More

Narberth's

on

Rclief

relief

Here

last weel~

The Active Members' Club of the Narberth Fire Company will take part in the yearly benefit given by the Mulieres, auxiliary organization. Mrs. Eberhardt Mueller, president of l\1uliCl'es. stated this week: "Nar- berth's Fire Company is composed of volunteers, none of whom receive salaries except the day and night janitors. Be prepared to help the bo~'s when they solicit your aid. They deserve your support." A joint committee meeting' was held

your support." A joint committee meeting' was held communicate with the labora- Wednesday night to
your support." A joint committee meeting' was held communicate with the labora- Wednesday night to
your support." A joint committee meeting' was held communicate with the labora- Wednesday night to
your support." A joint committee meeting' was held communicate with the labora- Wednesday night to
your support." A joint committee meeting' was held communicate with the labora- Wednesday night to
your support." A joint committee meeting' was held communicate with the labora- Wednesday night to
your support." A joint committee meeting' was held communicate with the labora- Wednesday night to
your support." A joint committee meeting' was held communicate with the labora- Wednesday night to

communicate

with

the

labora-

Wednesday

night to arrange

for the

Delta fraternity at Lehigh Univer- sity, Bethlehem.

Stuart McClellan, Jr., both of Nar· berth.

to speak at the Narberth Presbyterian Church, October 21.

Lower Merion's families on the rolls jumped from forty-five to forty-eight.

please tor J ',

benefit's

details.

~

b~'

~

~

r~'n

am~,

~

~

~

P : l g c T w o O U R T O W N

P:lgc Two

P : l g c T w o O U R T O W N October

OUR TOWN

October 9,

1936

OUR ,.,

,O~\{:rt\

, W

l

~

ll:

I

In the Mailbau

Concerning thc

Rotary

Octobe1'

i:)

Talk

5, 1"36.

, To thc cditor of OUR TOWN:

Therc

what you

has bccn enough

printcd of thc

said

I

,That's My Story

Gct

A

to

hves

Study

in

Contrasts

I

of dozcns of rcsldcnts

Imow,

as

do,

intimatel",

>

of

a

you

can

t

form

a

ff

a

1

fair

ecs t c la1'-

IChoral-Organ ProgramI

at Bala-Cynwyd Cure h

hi

Nathanl'el

E.

Watson

and

D

r.

'I

Herbert J. Tily Are Organists

I

a I

8.30 P.

M., OCTOBER

A variety of interesting choral and'

works

will

be

heard

Wedncsday evening

"

at

in

8.30

Merion Notes

Mrs.

I ,

R over

!\In;.

Carlin

FI t

Jl. \

.Boca! ,-7J1ovles

Tuneful Musical Hits Scl1eduled fOI' Nal·bertl1

Dr.

lurst

and

roa D

Phillips,

of

.Nt'\\' York, were the guests of Mr. and

!Mrs. Gcorge P. Morgan, 2d, of HazcI-

cn

Swayne

A CO-()lJ1Jrntivc Com.munity NClVS}lU]JCI'

f()/I/1clcd

in

1!)l4

by

thc

NaI'/le/·th I'

111lblishccl

Civic A.~sJcilltiOll, and

l

I

everl/ Fn'rJay at Nurbcl'th, Pu.

Philip

Edwin Anne

Allee

L. Paxson,

Llving-olon.

EdlLor

Hobel'tH.

Publisher

SQelal Jo:<1i1or

l\l0l'l;an

Office -

Telephones-Narberth

Subscription rate, $2 per year In advance

--.,-

bel' Entered 13.

berth,

Narberth

209

Haverford

Ave.,

4100,

Cynwyd

tt

0

811

e

t

0-

aH

1911,

seconu-elasH the Post' Olllee ma er at

at

l'a.,

IInuer

the

Act

of

1879

.

Friday, October 9,

I.

e.

d

cay,

hid wec {-en a.

e

W.

"

,thc

l'OU t eo t

1\11'. and

William

about' community and

and

suavc Adolphe Mcnjou arc co-stal'l'cd

In a plcasure resort, unlcss thc; ill "Sing Baby Sing," currcnt attrac-

It's

Lovcly and

at

thc

lyrical

Narberth

Alice

Fayc

and

their

daughter,

Janc,

who

have

; hecn

on

a

three

weeks'

trip

to

Bcr-

I

V

Miss

a

II

ey roa

d

.

Margarct

Cadugan,

uf

1\1rs.

Edw:lrd

E

B

B.

ur

k

Cadugan,

e

W'lf I or

d

Wilford

and

Calif., is the guest of Dr.

daughter of

M:. and

,

()

-, Rotary talk, \( I ea 0 f h

clucida- Iacter.

ow cnvlronmcn .

to warrant

a

bit of

further

tr·oll.

Thc

reference

to

Borough

14TH Imuda, retul'lled Friday to thcir home

un

Pitts-

burgh, was the guest last weck of Mr.

of

f

! natives be of thc marc inhibitcd Ncw,.· lion

.

U ct

so

. in-: Ill'ofo?~dthat. I should I1Csltate to real'

pleasurc

I nu

-

Theatre.

Council ~ngland :urlt~TIl~al l~toCk,.y~U fin~I:maid to be f;;nnicr than

I,

lC

y~ar- ro?n

w~

erg

m

uenCC( ,Million."

In

theIr

behaVIOr by

the

frcc-!

I g'.,a

f

st -, Ii'. ing vacation , co 1. ul

the

VISitors.

The

, Jllfluence

IS

chIldren

111 the average

prcfer to live

And yet the Main

Mondav

th

and

Range."

Tucsday

Bing

at

Crosby, .

hcrth wiII . be

among

the

On

sharc honors in cactus belt.

c crooncrs, Wit 'I 1

travcler,

Wit

this

B

in

and

0

Arlmnsas

the

Glenda

Farrell

itself

presents

an

unwholesome an

whic~ ma~ some

day. force

cxciting

Why the paradox? Simply I

.

And

reSIdents ~ave aver~ge 111-

by

kecpmg

up

With

morally

as

well

sn~all .minority

Mam

of!

"Thanl;s

I organ Nar- I o'clock,

I

cng-aging itsclf exclusivcly in what

,dcHcribed

as

the

•••

"corned-becf-and-I sadly end'n

e

the

still

b

"Rhythm

Bala- ~and

Nar-, eabbagc"

3,.

m

part of our CIVIC cXlstence, I sp

hi

f

ea t ures 0

of

hardly

thol;e

to

sclfless; my

serve us

and

recog-

for

B

tops I Cynwyd M. E. Church, Cynwyd, when, Glcnwood road.

urns,

I

the church choir wi I I

b

e

h

osts to

th'

ell'. ane

1\1

I

M

rs.

Choral

Club

of thc

Musical

melody

the

ciety, of

which

conductor.

The

program

Dr.

will

Henry

open

S.

Fry

with

and

l\lareh

th' d' Ispensa

e

f

. Art So-I Linden lane, will have as their gucsts

is: ovcr thc weck-end of October 17 Mr.

iand Mrs. E. Woodward Allen and two, thcir son, Edward, of Montclair, N. J.

their

thc Ifrom Pictro Yon's Sonata Romantica, guests will attcnd the Penn-Princeton

 

procedure,

was

tcnded

to

bc severe

on

citizcns,

in

who arc

an

who are

elected

administrative

entitled

to

and

propel'

1936

resort. That is one reason I

on the Main Line.

Line

romance of

Coming Events

capacity

rcspectful

appreciation

in "High

will

Tcnsion," I organ solos, Introduzione ed Allegro,' Mr.

and

p~e-l

ist and

choirmaster of the church.

: I(·s,

Mrs.

bc

Award i and a Folk Tune by Pcrcy Whitlock, game Saturday.

,nition

i, the time and talent they expcnd in our I' contrast,

mclodrama,

fcaturc

me to seek an mferlOr commumty for, Night).

Wednesday

next

.

(Cash

Iplayed by Howard S. Tussey, organ-: DI·. Ethel Hamilton, of Los Ange-

Emilie

Mrs.

--------=--------- behalf.

Rcpublican

rally,

Tcddy

Rooscvelt,'

"The

berth

School

.,

Bishop

Mlsbehavcs,"

Nar-

AuditorIUm.

October 23-24.

Democratic

Party

rally,

GeOl'ge

War

toher HI.

H.

Earlc

speaker,

Memorial

Hall,

°t~ 1 AOa (!C

1\ '1

'

PhIladelphia

Muscum ,,:.

The point which was being stressed: my home.

Rcsort

and

Thursday,

Friday

will

Jr., speaker, Willow Grove Park, OC-, was,. that if the populace wantc.d the: this:.

tobel' 17.

Saturday

sent onc

tures of the ycar, ' Girls' Dormitory,' Icapella and

w.ith thc l~ew 1!J-year-old Frcnch star, I SmlOne SII11on.

n,lO~t talked-o.f

Manager

of

the

Salasin

The first group by the Choral. Club I' Maxwell,

be

composed

~he followmg

accompall1cd numbers:

of

Their

Celestial

Concerts

a

I

! pubhc p~r£c,used for the luxul'les. of I

commull1ty

hfe,

the

; ~uch things

"dessert"

Chambcr, as

y~ars that

PIC~i will

Let

Harry B. Maxwell, of Baird road.

Mrs. Roy

E.

a

luncheon

Roy

his

I

-

thc

Play~rs'.production, Na~'berth:might ~therwise be dispenscd with,! viSiting' J oncscs they frequently bank-

would only comc to

as

winch i comcs,

pass

our so-

rupt

ity

Murphy, of Stoneway

Sat-

E.

tenth

son,

All: lane, e~tertained at

IIll'day III

honor

J\;~urphy, Jr.,

Ihlrthday.

to

Mr.

and

roa

1\

D

thcmsclvcs

ar~ in

I Unite, Handcl.

!

of hcr

Govcrnor: as a

rcsul~ of initiative f~om outsido ,oth?rwisc.

It

The

has bcen: reSidents of our

Hospodi

were

Lightly, Lightly, Bells are Pealing, i ~obby Townsend, Billy Pier~.and Da-

Pomilui, Lvo,vsk~.

celebrate

the

Glcnside Ithc CounCIl

of

Oc-

plain

for

LlllC commun-I Starless All-Star Film

Their in-

10M,om of Bcauty, Slbelms.

ee

I

k IMoravian-Lockwood. Soprano solo by Marion

i

!

Brcathing

P'raise Ye thc Lord, Bac

All

Life,

h

.

Among

Mrs.

d

II'S.

c. I

,

I

md Ed

guests

evcning

twenty

t~c samc boat.

at Egyptian; Two Special

M'

E

I

N

W

"I'

atlnees

ar y

-II-t- -s ar fil "SI

a

vc got an

cast f'.

says

ext

tJ

cs la,

Y

h

14 ,

c

8

P

·

J

C

c

 

lOllS do

not regard

It

as

any

part of

come

IS

a

lIttle

bctter

than

the

na-

l

11'

rt

by

Philadelphia 01'-

their

job

to

devisc

or

submit

plans

tional

averagc-but

thcy

and

thcir

1\1us'lc

co, l11y

f

October

F

d

' 00

.

Fan'

,

C

.

I

ommerclU

I'

d

1-

calling for special and extra disburse- mcnts.

argu-

Of

course,

there

can

be

an

way

IS

the

bcst

or

childrcn

kecp

thclr

well

nigh

the

up

With .

vcar-'round

,

incvitably

Joneses

try

who

nClghbors.

to

IvICI Clark. Later they VISited the fo'ranklin Museum.

of

H. Owrid.

Sing

m Wit . I lOUt J an! I

lOwman 'h

Cl oscp 1

and I; ac. h' I ' 1\ rl"

'11'.

Donald as d wec D u

war

k

'I

Smith, d

-en

y,

If

0

They arc I C a I I-star

ferron

and

\luugton,

1\'

gucsts

f

B

E.

.'. org::ll1st ami ch'olrm~tcr . of t lC

.Jesu, Jo~' of Man , s Deslrmg,

'Vatson,

0

f

C

W'I

I

mcnt '. as to whether or not tIe esta

hshed

lb':' - , on way rc errmg to "1 rcc lecrs.

most con-

PUy

hlghcr . .

taxcs

on

than

pl'opertlCs ,

thc

natIOnal

valued

far 'f

avcragc;,. 'or

L

ove I" '"

now

p I' aylllg ' _, at

t

h

e

' gyp-, Nathaniel

E

October 13-23. .'

ynwy,

IS'

t. ;

MISS Mary Pl'lCC Grim: IS, daug Hcr

~"I,ectl.lcal Ass~clUtro~,?f Pula e. structivc attitude to strike in a they pay highcr utility bills and labor

ts onl~ \\cll-kn,o,~n,stm ,IS

James'

Methodist

Church

in

Olncy,;"r MI'. and !\II's. Horacc

E. Griffiths,

phla s I11nth an~lual Elcctllc and Rad~o thriving homc-place such as ours, but

and

food

and

othcr

material

bills;

Lle.1no1e

Wlutney,

I \\OII.(i s

b.cst

wi'.1

follow

with

a

group

of

organ Illf Heath

road, Icft rccently fOl'

Hol-

Show: Convcntlon

"Miracle

of

Hall, Octobcr

.

celcbratmg ,

nothing like that was -

va ICC

Rotary,

on

the

fire

at

to

they

car and the whereWithal . to go places

a

fcel

und

c

1'lJ1'ivilcfl;'ed

as

Yct

in

most

without

\\'on~an tap dancer.

Inuslcal .

T le. SWI t-movll1g' I' ~olos including the Allegro movcment

B' .\-

lins

Collegc,

Virginia,

mcmbers

d' brlc I gc

of

l'

whcrc

she

is

her

club

I

C~S( ay.

B

oppel', ( aug- 1-

II '.

I

d

I

man

oal' 1'1 SUI I'd

5~1

Progrcss" . '

and

in

"d'

(II

I

give

how

I

comcdy drama

IS onc

of

thc

'from

Ralph

which .

Glllimant's .

.

.

Kindcr's

In

the

Choral

I'

Thlr .

d

S

a

Ires ' I Iman.

no

onata,

Uppcr Darby Township's 150th ant l - the difficulty which is expericnced at and to (10 things 'I'\'ith thc J onescs and' sellsatlOns of th~ se.as~n. Thc pro-f t;stc's Offcrtoire in D Minor, and, j\[ 1'5. C. C. Trump, of Baird road,

their children.

and

munrty->mch

wdl

live . bettcr ' than

lV!ulHh\,

'.'." Jane ".~!wrs and

and Jack London's

thousand a ,'car or so, sClHhng' a child .'