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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              SIXTEEN SOCIAL EVENT AT GLENOLDEN Nearly One Hundred At tend Affair for Congre Rational Church Nearly one hundred persons at tended a radio and card party spon sered by the Ladies Aid Society of the Congregational Church in Wil liams Hall on Friday evening Mrs Jacob Rlvell was in charge of radio and Mrs B A Daniels of cards They were assisted by Mrs Charles Selby Mrs William McCuen Jacob Rivell E A Daniels and Thomas Roper Guests were present from Philadel phia Colllngdale Media Norwood and the borough Among those present were the Misses Eloise Daniels Carolyn Var ley Alice G Woertz Amy Briscoc Mildred Muller Elsie Milne Dorothy McCuen Emma Townsend Kathryn Fechterj Irene McDowell Sarah Cun ningham Marian Keenan Edna M Daniels Kathryn Walsh Eleanor Openshaw Frances McCHntock Mrs George Major Mrs O W Shindell Mrs W Loughner Mrs Rcna Oesebgcr Mrs Hannah Biddle Mrs Horace Elserman Mrs William Al bert Mrs Mary Aiken Mrs David Etka Mrs Harry Beck Mrs H Mar tin Mrs Howard Sheppard Mrs J P McNeill Mrs E G Chreiman Mrs J P Neilson Mrs Daniel Lawric Mrs E J Cavender Mrs J Buchanan Mrs Samuel Caster Mrs Bertha Woertz Mrs Harry Hess Mrs Edward Twomey Mrs G Larrimore Mrs L E Schecl Jr Mrs John Dawson Mrs William Siess Mrs David Morrow Mrs Willard Lcvis Mrs M S VonCulin Frank Fischer Leslie Milne William J McCuen W D Briscoe R A Whitenack G L Eddy William Twomey Wallace Nagle Joseph Rylott James McGec William W Way Mr and Mrs J G Clark Mr and Mrs George McCul loughMr and Mrs W N Nagle Mr andMrs J T Francis Mr and Mrs Frank Roan Mr and Mrs J W Muller Mr and Mrs Thomas L Roper Mr and Mrs Earl Sheckler Mrand Mrs C L Crossan Mr and jA MONDAY OCTOBER 9 1933 BYRD HEADS SOUTH WITHOUT FAMOUS MASCOT base of Hie Jnsl llryd expedition FREE PARKING PRIVILEGESINQUIRE AT SPEARES Quality merchandise at the lowest DEPARTMENT STORE EDGMONT AV6 7TH STS CHESTER last eVpMftion Wo Iris yrd llttne ln hopM n over since co Jolu By IEVOV E HOUTOX NEW YORK Oct Rear Admiral Richard E Byrd with a crew of 70 men Improved scientific equipment and a larger store of supplies set sail from Boston today for the unexplored and unknown wastes of the expansive Antarctic on his second expedition But there is one thing missing on this voyage Admiral Byrds dog Igloo one of the famous dogs of America Igloo died some months ago and the expedition has departed with out the benefit of a mascot I have not replaced Igloo Admiral Byrd said to a Central Press repre sentative prior to sailing arc taking j without any such good omen Fire Company will entertain at a Halloween party A short business session will follow the party The funeral of Harry McCIoskey held from the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Daniel Mc CIoskey 23 North Wells avenue this morning Services were held in St Georges Catholic Church Interment at Mt Moriah Cemetery Philadelphia Mr McCIoskey was taken ill Sep tember 30 and removed to the Fitz geraldMercy Hospital where he was operated on for appendicitis He died Thursday night He is survived by his widow Eleanor McCIoskey and two daughters Patricia and Eleanor cant s trip Igloo hat well without that good luck sign but well mis Igloo at least the 20 of us who went on our last expedition will There isnt much to do with idle hours iu the cold Antarctic you know and Igloo was a sort of companion who tied us up with civilization some how There isnt much to do there out side of working hours We piny poker and bridge One bridge game lasted six months played poker for cigarettes And we read Igloo was there to lend something of a home like touch to the setting and well miss him Admiral Byrd will seek on this cx that there is another continent He will base his entire outfit at Little America where there still remains equipment and a radio tower left from the first expedition It is hoped that scientific data will be obtained there that will expand greatly on the information available at present on the waste lands that he beyond South America Admiral Byrd is taking a number of scientists along with him on his trip which is being made possible through contributions by some 14 000 manufacturers who are furnishing supplies and equipment to delve into the natural resources of the area He believes there is an unlimited supply would be involved in making It available for use in America Admiral Byrd explained that the Antarctic is m the stages of a re ceding ice tide and when the time arrives for that tide to be broken thougli it may be years and years away a new land will be unfolded to tne civilized world possibly a tropical chme such as he believes once en dured there Attempts will be made on this ex pedition to determine something about the past civilization which existed its people and animal life for says Admiral Byrd only through the past can we determine the asbtcr evening under the dl rection ot their leaders Tomorrow evening the Cubs will buried this morning cCloskey adMrsJosePl Oliphant of i meet in the church with their Cub North Wells avenue nad ns dinner Master Ralph Larrimore in charge ana Mrs Jo5cph The Womens Mlsslonnry Society Mrs Elsie oy rs se ncyndaughtcrs of the Presbyterian Church will meet Barbara and Dorothy Miss Anna Cd y East avenue Norwood Those attending will meet at the church at 945 n m At noon a box luncheon will be served Mr and Mrs Robert W Walls and j Cull Harry Mnitger and Mr and Mrs Edwin Abbott of Philadelphia The evening was spent at cards Mr and Mrs P R Prince of Rambler road are spending a vaca tion on a motor tour They will visit Chicago and Port Arthur Tex daughters Dorothy Norma and Emma of North Wells avenue were recent visitors at Asbury Park N J Miss Mildred Johnson of Norwood has returned home after spending the past week as the guest of Miss Elsie Walls of North Chester pike Mrs Russell Morrow formerly of the borough who Is a patient of the FitzgeraldMercy Hospital is regain ing her strength after an appendicitis North Chester pike have returned from Washington Pa where Mr and Mrs Walls attended the presidents convention of the Kiwanis clubs Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian Church has as leader Ralph Lar rimore who took for the subject for discussion What Should a Present in Pittsburgh 8UCSt mends Chlllch Be Intermediate This evening members of Boy Scout Society had as leader Dorothy Dein inger and the topic was My Attitude the assembly hnl of the Presbyterian church Members will prepare for a demonstration of their work which Toward Alcohol A successful card party was held in the auditorium of St Georges Church on Friday evening More will take place in Fellowship HaH on I San one in by Lucy Wallinti O BEGIN HERE TODAY EVE BAYLESS pretty assistant to EARLE BARNES advertising manager of Bixbys department store marries DICK RADER a construction superintendent Dick wants Eve o stop workinr but she refuses Unknown lo Dick Eve plays the stock market on borrowed money ARLENE SMITH stenoc raplier at Bixbys buys slock on Eves advice but losses all her monSy SAM HOLERIDGE an ad vertising man employed by an other store is infatuated wilh Arlcnc MONA ALIEX copy writer dislikes Eve and is responsible tor several errors at the office for which Eve is blamed Several small thefts occur in the office Then Eves diimond ring disap pears Eve suspects Mona and demands that she return Ihe rinr Mona sives it to her The buildins on which Dick has been working is completed and his employers tell him they will have no more work for him for at least two months He and Eve spend a brief vacation visit inp Eves parents The day after their return Eve is amazed when a policeman enters thc office and asks for Miss Baylcss And Mono without a word obeyed Shed rather see the sergeant than see me right now Eve told Arlene and Mrs Penney She and some man were riding in a rented coupe last Thursday night and they crashed into another car on University Circle Of course I was out of town and she thought she would get away with giving them my name Next morning Eve followed Barnes to his private office as soon as he arrived It was high time she had decided that halearned something of Mona Allens indiscretions told him of the incident He agreed with her that it was serious and then for wages were much smaller than hers were buying liberally Mona gleefully exhibited some new bit of finery after every pay day I doubt if she over had salted away m her life Eve told Arlene after Mona had left the office one evening wearing a new hat Do you suppose she ever looks ahead at thinks of investing for the future She was looking to the future when she bought thnt comehither hat A good investment too She looks so sweet and innocent in it that Im almost deceived about her myself If she could hold that poselong enough I believe she could marry dlsmisscd Eve i some one really worth while But thc however who had hoped to be present I mistake she makes Is In going out for the mtcmcw with any man who invites her She Mona did not reappear for at least tnirvk5 it makes her seem popular to half an hour Then she came from i n datc every evening Well Barnes office dabbling her eyes with u s ust reckless for her to be seen a handkerchief and passed through with some Ihe men who take her the room into the corridor j about Sam and I are always meet Tears sniffed Arlene She cried Jeher and Sam about some and I suppose he fell for It Pratt v soon shell be back to tell you shes the men she goes with None them are much good One is married and another Ls an outarid out sorry AS though saving that will anouicr is an out undo all the trouble she has cauwd thinks HTU n V40VU ftn qnmPT i it I The little sneak And that U exactly what Mona did Im awfully sorry she told Eve in a cnmte voce Will you forgive Eve obligated to say she would out to NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY j the humiliation of that trip CHAPTER XXXIV to police court still rankled ishe I suppose Barnes would fire her do something about an uplift ing influence in her young life and see tliat she meets some decent men1 tendance from Philadelphia Darby Sharon Hill Folcroft Norwood and I Prospect Park j Mrs Philip Buchy and Mrs Lacey Spence were hostesses Bridge pinochle and progressive euchre were played Those not playing cards en joyed dancing Eddystone A monthly business meeting of the Queen Esther Circle of the Eddy stone Methodist Episcopal Church will take place tomorrow evenine at 8 oclock Mr find Mrs John Wood of Saville avenue were the recent guests of Mr and Mrs Gordon Bloom of Rid ley Park My New York By JAMES ASWELL NEW YORK Oct potpourri Funny how small and utterly trivial impressions tattoo the loiterer instance the mica glitter like polished gold in the sidewalk in both directions from the main entrance of the WaldorfAstoria as if set for the slippers of the uppity folk who pass m and out the shiver that overtakes the pedestrians walk ing in Park avenue in the the shake of New York Central trains wn passing underneath The doze of taxi Charles Will Sr of Leiper street drivers m lonely side streets after 2 spent Saturday with his son Walter j and the checker games be who has been ill for two months in tween drivers in impossible culde the Walter Reed Hospital Washingsflcs where no customers the ton p C He is able to sit up for a Perfectly arranged sheen of dive few hours each day Brooks hair and the wonder at how Mr and Mrs Herbert Hatton and Ile parts it EO Precisely in the mid daughter Shirley of Saville avenue I the slightly sinister aura over were dinner guests of Mr Hattons i e sypsy hangouts in desterted parents Mr and Mrs E S Hatton I and speaking of gypsies of Prospect Park on Saturday eve Konra Bercovic twirling his mus ning tachios as he strolls in West 10th The infant son of Mr and Mrs i the psace upon Irving S Cobb Howard Harding of Toll street was I readine a novel in the lobby of one buried on Saturday in Lawn Croft thc ritzJ hotels cemetery i Miss Anne Roberts and Vernon STUNT j Smith of Ridley Park were guests of j Today I heard about one of the Mr and Mrs Joseph Crist on Tlfirgreat publicity stunts Several iml teenth street yesterday pressarios have startled the town i Milton McCann of Wilmington j with spacehoggin schemes but this Dei visited his aunt Mrs Ada i is one which although it is leeeiid Ricker of Eddystone avenue on FriI ary did not corae to my ear until I1CW my ear until Principal is one of the bet e e Miss Mary Carter Mrs Olivia ter known touters of a famous inn Brown Miss Dorothy Knight Mr and and he got his start upon the cm FWnnJiri aljd to Harold of Petus in this initial attempt Eleventh street spent yesterday with to crash the New York dailies I Mr and Mrs Rollin Ulrich of HazleI He wanted the account of an obi scure hotel and went to the owner Miss Agnes Wescott of Eleventh I can make your hotel famous street entertained eight friends at he boasted All right shoot Ill nav cards on Saturday evening I accordingly J Herbert Higley of Vcntnor N J j The hopeful was down to his last was a weekend guest of Mr and Mrs i half dollar Out of perversity hp Frederick Lister of Eddystone evebought a copy of Field and Stream me w seemed to him at the time the Mis W Hilyard of Garden City most preposterous way to spend his has been spending several days with Pennies But he flipped the pages her motherinlaw Mrs Mary Hlland came upon the ad of a wild duck yard of Thirteenth street who is ill farm A fine pair of wiYd ducks The weekly meeting of the Eddycould be bought for the trifle of 513 stone Village Social Club will be held He read the ad twice and an Idea at Airs George Barbers home Thircollided with him He ordered a teenth and Lcipcr streets tonight charged them to the hotel tlETrSS Concprcl avenue for the week wing with iodine and called in the much docs lie she repaid me for thc invitation to mine Eve asked Heavens no Hed just think me catty and he might even decide to rescue her himself oi on The Eddystone School Board will fallen convene tonight j Mirs Anne Mastcrson Miss Mar whereon her the hotel captured them both and them until they are able to everv man who was hit has in ternal Injuries and theres some ques tion about your bail been out returned only the She turned to Arlene and Mrs Pennev to substantiate her statement but this did not satisfy the officer CaU MrBames the adver tising manager to tell you what Im saying is town today Mr Bixby is away too youd better come tell It to the sergeant told her j i w HH i3l VJl i tio disappearing for their living expenses At the same was afraid his job would take him and my marr ru cllc If j VTVLIIM niin HWHV irorn mrie in i jealous of the City in more prosperous times my office Ill his employers might have given him j S ma llas about In the matter Now Rutledge The thing Outoftown edi wntcrs expatiated upon the constancy of they could teach humans a thing or two Sure enough the hotel became famous over night And the gentleman who engineered has had increasingly good So ledge Parent Teachers Association be held at the Rutledgc Fire Hall watt 1VAI JUifcl L IICS T HP n n VftT Ani n I i I cj Pflll flrt I 1 A L 1Q I byis ordeal to reach the office her hair Claymont of the Association will club house with chairman presiding for an extensive FVP triVTriit r i it comfortpti Fvn V V ocriooi in Jfmiadclphla This dle unacr wa an extensive ojit JlKP TT c Jitn molif t plain clothes man instead nf an om cer in uniform Sh Insisted S IK V timp upon of other hke j put aide her rrent cifiht teams in thcienpin i a il they choose take mfnt 0 Hut he husband Mrs Chvles KlngsmorcJ nd of duck pins to wonv over I k nn ndrn avcntle Piovcrbs will bo V TThc sof A and Asburv M did however frm Wilmington have VT VvlJLU illlU Ucrs at mountain or seaside rei n nothing more arduous to to standing teams at present is Worth graduating class and Fjrc Company 8 I o O i this year ot thef iecranics 6 Texaco Operators Who do suppose could have called for a and immediately must have been 1 Back to the store went Eve accom panied by the arrest mliiated employes Office13 flee SdcS wcnf and j nnrt I1UL rtJitv J tlVfl imt I ji your name was Eve Bayless Well i sa tfs and she was too Oknow that events SEZ YOU Answers endure i whose 1 selfish childish conduct in shame To Be Continued 1 True 2 False Iran is the alive name a False Hebrew Fronhn Tme Kalse Fourth klnc fi True 7 False Of the Civil war 9 True in FatjK Koun KDavc sports manager at the club is planning to organize a basketball league among the second class teams of Wilmington and sub urban districts for both men and women Applications have been re iceived from Asbury M E Church and I the Claymont Owls A volley ball league Is being organ zed under the following captains u Aulrnbach Paul Moore William1 nnd W I Tawes of thc Clay mont school faculty team j RA WC DO OUR PAJrt Our Retail Prices Are Still Low Though Wholesale Prices Are Higher We still find it possible to offer you 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