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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              PROSPECT PARK PLANS Film Showing to Feature Meeting of Company This Evening The October meeting of the Pros pect Park Piie Company willbe held at the firehouse auditorium this eve ning the business session starting at 815 oclock At the conclusion of the meeting there will be shown a film entitled The Source and De velopment of a Public Water Supply winch the company has secured through the courtesy of the Phila delphia Suburban Water Company A special meeting of the Prospect Park Relief Association will be held tomorrow evening at the firehouse to which collectors during the past year have been invited Burgess Benjamin F Moore will preside The senior and intermediate Chris tian Endeavor societies of the Olivet Presbyterian Church held a wcincr roast at the local lake on Friday evening with Miss Ethel Smith in charge of the Intermediate group and Miss Mary Higgins in charge of the senior group Those present in the sanloigroup included the Misses Eleanor Boots Elinor Bancroft Dor othea Dalton Ethel Lcmax Frances Higgins Mary Gushard Lillie Scott Grace Kratz Anna Conner Addis Coutant and Thomas Scott Members of the intermediate group attending included the Misses Constance Elverson Dorothy Lomax Irma Tompkins Hazel VandegrifV raye Richardson Margaret Wood Mae Elverson Elizabeth Rowdon Pnscilla Yeakle Margaret Hartley Donald MacMillan NeM Kasley and Melvm Morris Girl Scout Troop 35 held Its first meeting of the fall season Friday night at the Methodist Church with Captain Schpolfield in charge After formal opening patrols were organ ized and two patrol leaders were elected The patrols formed were Patrol 1 leader Ruth Brison Betty Hiatt Margaret Leuchsenring Vir Rinia Cooke and Rhoda Tatem Patrol 2 leader Florence HirzelVir ginia Hirzel Priscilla Harper Eleanor Cooke Peggy Hyland and Betty Qulglcy Instruction In signaling were given by Lieutcrnt Mabel Mitchell The Book of Genesis and Spiritual Atrophy were the sub jects of the sermons used yesterday morning and evening respectively at Olivet Presbyterian Church by the pastor Rev Leslie K Richardson A special meeting of the Prospect Park Progressive League was held at the home of the chairman Mrs Mary Harrington of Seventh avenue Fri oay evening when plans were further discussed regarding the formation of a new borough ticket The Stitch and Chatter Club will meet at the home of Mrs Robert Lucas of Fourteenth avenue tomor row The meeting will be preceded by a luncheon i rRlvPaul RR Reinhardt rector i of the St James Episcopal Church I has returned home from the Eoisco pal Hospital Philadelphia i nineteen weelcs illnsss He is con valescing at the rectory Mr and Mrs John Hoot of Lin CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAY OOTOBEB S 1013 FIRE PREVENTION IN RIDLEY PARK Special Observance by Local Firemen Planned for Week EVA LEHMAN A modern Eve is Eva Lehman one of the bauties appearing in tha new musjcal film Footlight who holds a couple of leaves before the camera lens to personify the coming afternoon at the home of Mrs A Hayes Gordon of Tenth avenue with the president Mrs A T Hicks in charge The meeting was preceded by a luncheon the members attend ing including Mrs John Fredette Mrs Anna Otto Mrs Ross E Cul migs Mrs J Sloan Cornell Mrs Charles F Miller and Mrs George Summer of Prospect Park and Mrs Lee Acklcson of Ridley Park Mrs Mary Schaelfer of Elizabsthtown ana Mrs H Smith of Norwood were guestsof the group Mrs George Somerhalder IcCandless and son George of avenue have left for a weeks visit in Pittsburgh Mrs Louis E Nelson of Ninth ave nup entertained at cards for the ben efit of the Prospect Park Womens on Friday afternoon her guests Alonzo E Dalton Mrs Mrs Clarence M Albert D Forrest Mrs R Stapnens Mrs Lous Geisr MIC r Russell Nuttal Jr yr Roberts Mrs Maurice Wetten Mrs D Gould and Mrs ildwa ii ana MISS Kathenne Wirth of Philadelphia at dinner yesterday Mrs Frank Duke of Tenth avenue entertained her card club on a re cent evening her guests including Mrs Ralph Sloan Mrs William Hager y Mrs Rene Jaccard Mrs A H Aynolm Mrs Bernard Plctz Mrs harvey Moore of ProspEct Paruj Mrs Robert Smith of Folcroft and Mrs Harry Linde of Norwood The weekly rehearsal of the min Screl group of the Prospect Chapter Jh Eastern will be hnm f evening at the W w h Je chairman Mrs William H Mitchell of Amosland road PUPr4hd Mrs W Harris of Fifteenth and Lincoln avenues spent tne at Quakertown as the guests of Mrs Amanda who celebrated her birthday anniversary yesterday Prospect Park branch of the Needlework Guild will hold its an nual meeting and ingathering of gar ments on Thursday evening Novem ber 2 with the president Miss Kath ryn Galloway in charge The meet ing will be held at the Olivet Pres byterian Church MLss Margaret Hartley of Thir teenth avenue spent the weekend in Philadelphia visiting her aunt Mrs R C Jenkins Mrs Samuel E Boots of Park square will entertain one of the groups of the Womens Council of the Olivet Presbyterian Church at her home on Thursday A surprise social was tendered to Alexander Anderson of Thirteenth recently in honor of his birthday Those attending Included Mr and Mrs Charles Wilt of Spring field Elmer Wilt of Ogontz Mrs hodman Smith of Norwood Mr and Mrs Francis Pitts and son Prank Mrs Anna M Green Miss Mary Con ill Mrs H Hart ley Miss Margaret Hartley of Pros pect Park and Mrs Anderson Mrs A Anderson of Thirteenth avenue w considerably Improved fol lowing a protracted illness The first business meeting of the Womens Civic Club win be hcld on Wednesday opening at 2 oclock with Mrs Edwin C Deibler president in charge Films of the Century of Progress at Chicago and Abraham Lincoln will be shown Reiseg and daughter Helen of Thirteenth avenue were guests of Mrs Harry Breining of Stonehurst on Thursday Miss Jeanne Cunningham of Penn sylvania avenue left Saturday for onicago of the fall season Club was hcld Friday AUCTION Trustees Sale in Bankruptcy Association of Rahbt Breeders Inc Bkpt No 17183 EQUIPMENT OF RABBITRY EIGHTH AND DESHOXG STS Tuesday October 10 1933 at 10 AM on the premises York fee mfg macnlne cold storage plant s s automatic cleaning cutter Howe PUt form scare rabbit hutches crates trajs 2000 colons liner pads mcoat an1 jacict Iihlt pelts ofTlcc nirniturc Chevrolet li ton truck etc r ofi Trustee J DeHaicn Esq 13 w 5th St Attorney for Trustee Samuel T Freeman Co AUCTIONEERS 1808lfl Chestnut St Philadelphia s John H Lemper of Eleventh x accompanied by Miss Alice Nolan of Pennsylvania avenue left Saturday for Wayne Ind and Chi cago 111 T and Mrs Clyde of Lincoln avenue were Kucsts of Jir and Mrs Hawlcy Brooks of Drexei Hill yesterday Mrs J Smith of 1204 Lincoln ave nue is recuperating frcm rn appen operation at Taylcr Hospital ihe tenchcis training of Olivet Presbyterian Church will meet tonight at 7 oclock Teachers of other Sunday schools have been in viced to attend Mrs Nellie E High 509 Eleventh avenue is visiting in New York fol lowing an Atlantic City sojourn Help Kidneys TWT Doctor s P Cist ex EAR NOSE and THROAT Do not think of an operation until Dr Browns specia that has hrtped thousands An opportunity for those who suffer Catarrhal Deafness HMrt Noises Roaring and hissing sound dl chargD pains sensitive and tender 53SK ana eQiarSrt tonsils to receive his personal attention e Hours open from 10 R m till 9 o m Sunday Evenings 7 to 9pm P 623 Edgmont Ave Chester Your comfort and peace of mind come first in this office Youll an prcciate the consideration and ccntlcncss which mark our ex 5vork Grcat Is used v rlfflcJllt ImmcdUtc ARay dfagnosis where necessary DR atALLAS SAVES YOU MONEY ON ALL Dental Work Get Dr Mallas Esti mate Before Having Any Work Done BROKEN PLATES Fillings Carefully Inserted Hours 9 A M to 8 P M 616 Edgmont Avenue Fire Prevention Week Is being ob served this week in Ridley Park un der the direction of Chief Engineer M Chester Campbell when special attention will be given Uuoughout Ihe borough to circulating Hre pre vention Information nnd the re moval of all fire hazards as far as is possible Cooperation of residents Ls asked in the removal of rubbish from cel lars and yards and the clearing of fields of dried corn stalks and tall ary grass and weeds Chief Camp bell especially requests the careful clearing of all chimney fUfes before starling heater fires During this week members of the active squad of the fire company will make an Inspection of all apartment houses public garages stores school Diiiidings and general conditions throughout the business distitcl and will make their usual clteckun of the fire drills at all schools in the borough Ridley Park Fire Company has faded several valuable articles of equipment for fighting various types Oi fires which arc now carried on the engine Two hundred feet of one and onehalf Inch hose with nozzle and couplings have been received from council at the request of Chief Camp bell ior use in small fires as a small stream ot water will cause far css damage to the homes and furn iture than chemicals Special equipment has also been added to flght oil and gasoline fire as well as a special wrench for turn ing off the gas supply at the street connection The University club of Ridley Park held Us first meeting of the current season on Friday evening auditorium The president Wllllnii F Joachim presided J Classct Sitvc an Jnter and instructive talk about the of CinclnnBtl Holland WallLs chairman of the membership committee outlined fnr f and lllso ft departmental meet ings for disciuwlon groups for what Icrestcd in mcmbcrs nrc mosl Dr Ewan Clague a member of the Advisory Board to the Secretary of Unltcd statcs Wnsi Bton D c and a noted political economist was thc Di Clague s subject The future Lf under the Na tional Industrial Recovery Act wclc scrvcd ftt tllc clase of thc meeting During the coming season the reg f At HW I bp hcld on f nJ Citch streets lltltollllln Ward y board was held in the nn pics dent Mrs BnvseU Pprgitson piMidiiiR Report WB5 1Hndc UlSt p navy has been used more during the past few years of depression than ever before in its existence the liblariai1 MrsAlma Deppich for the month of Sep tember was made as follows Books circulated 1725 books added bv Board members present included MlsEugene L Hof mann Dr Jcanncttc Sherman hrAS G HctzelFrallk McKernan and Arthur Williams Ridley Park Boy Scouts hcld an en joyable meeting in the Scout cabin under the direc tion of Scoutmaster Donald E East on Saturday for Scouts of Delaware und Montgomery Counties Council rhc Scouljs Friends Se lect School 140 North Sixteenth street In groups throughout lie morning for hikes to vnrlous points of interest throughout the city la the nUcmoon a specinl conccwlun Iws been made to permit Ihc Scouts to attend the PcnnFranklin and Mar shall football unnio at Franklin Field Ihe Ridley Park Girl Scouls of Ifpojj 53 In chaiRc of their cuptain tthcl Irwin hcld their opening meet ing of the season jvt thc Presbyterian Church on Friday evening with as Scouts m attendance Patrol leaders elected include Scouts Alic East lake Bertha weade Josephine Edgcll Jessie Cur Uv June Kills and Marian Patrick Ihe troop scribe Is Klcauor Clark and trcjisurer Elaine Sakers The iroop was divided into sections ot two patrols each for Scout in struction with Lieutenant Beatrice Bcnncrs teaching handicraft in leather work Lieutenant Jeanuetle CurtLs heights and distances ami Captain Ethel Irwin teaching slsnnl Scout Raines were enjoyed with the closing cereinonial ResUtents of thc borouRh whether they have children In I ho schools not arc invikd to attend the in formal reception to the teachers of vm whools Ml be Held in thc hlph school torium this cvcninyr at 8 oclock wcrc In re to attendance at th riming HiKcrce to be held in 11 w vj i HJVJV Ins reception will be the opening mccttns ot the season of the home and school association Mrs William F Joachim president of the Womans Club of nicilcv puk1 Mrs John ChaUev Jr pirsidonl of the Junior Section Mrs Frank Lobta nnd Mrs IrvinR S Covington club members left last cvcnlnc by motor bus to attend the nimiml con vention of the State Federation of Pennsylvania Women which will be held in Pittsburgh from Monday to Friday Inclusive Midshipman H William Buse Jr of Bnrtol avenue class of ina1 Unitd States Naval Academy lit Anmipolis Mel hns returned to the ncndnnv nflor the summer cruise for midshipI Midshipman Kusc left Auijust 1 on1 the United Stales Steamship Wyom ing with the naval academy mid shipmen for the Madeira Islands tpiiin returning by way ot Newport Mr iiiut Mrs Richard W Kennel formerly of Morton nvcniio ha vc nioviM Into the Jones apartments on i nrk street after spending tlic sum mer nt Ilin home of Mrs Kennels brother Robert Keppel in Ambler nt Mountninville N Y nnd on n motor np throiifih New York stnte where they visited friends nnd relatives in Old FoiRe ana Wnnvick N Y I Mr nnd Mrs Willis D Wright and i sons Richard nnd Robert who have spent the summer In camp at Mounlalnville N Y will make their home with Mr nnd Mrs Keppel at the Jones apartments for the winter Miss Anne Roberts of Swnrthmorc nvinue observed her birthday anni versary on Saturday Henry W Base of Bartol avenue wns Riiest speaker nl the Fridiiy iiioniiiifr assembly of he Ocean City N j High School when Ills subject was The Story of lie Typewriter Mr mid Mrs Krnnk L Roberts nnd drUKlHer Mies Anne Roberts of Swiuthmore nveniic Mr nnd Mrs Iledorick Roberts of Knst Hlncklev avenue and Mr nnd Mrs Samuel H Urovvn of Media were Among lie Ktiests at Ihe eightieth birthday cole brut Ion which was given lu honor of Frederick W Koch nt his home In I Lansdawne on Thursday evening Walter Boon Jr of Swnrthmorc avenue celebrated his third blrthdny on Friday Now You Can Wear FALSE TEETH AVilh Real Comfort XASTEETH ti new pltnsunt powdtr KCCPI teelh Irmly set Dcodbrlzcj Mo KUmrny Koocy pnity iMte or lecllnR To cal ami Inugh In comfort Just Mirlnklc a little fASTEETH on your 11itrs Oft H loilny nt MlllcrX nncl other me somemm what makes a cigarette taste better WHAT makes anything taste better Its what is in it that makes a thing taste better CHESTERFIELDS taste better be cause we buy ripe tobaccos These ripe tobaccos are aged two and a half months During this time the tobaccos improve just like wine improves by ageing CHESTERFIELDS taste better be cause they have the right kind of homegrown tobaccos and Turkish Tobaccos welded together We hope this answers your question 19JJ Licctrr MYWS TOBACCO Co esteriie the cigarette thats MILDER the cigarette that TASTES BETTER THREB Continuing 74th Anniversary Month of Sales with a New Array of Values Enjoy Americai Largest Selling Creamy Smooth Salad Dressing at Sale Prices 8ot Ur pint ir quit jir 8e I5e 25e Youll Like Rajah White Bread r Sliced or Untlleed conidr our GrWmolhtr 20or Wnpptd Loif 8e of finil ingrdinti by our milr bilri lt of tr woilimj 100 undr NRA Th inn ni qutlitf gnfllic for lOc and matt OUR REGULAR PRICE it 8c Buy thit tnd on your food bill White Bread Whole Milk Bread Sllcd Wrppci or Pin Uneeda Bakers ButterThins i Bordens Swiss Cheese Guldens Mustard Hershey Bars Salada Tea iibpk HO Oats Quick c0okingi I5c 29c nj 3 ior JQC Millc 3 16 AcctltJ tit ihc Amcfkn Mtdlel Ajoc Commltlcc on Faodt HOUSE IS GROUND BEFORE YOUR EYES Ihr coflie Jiff only in Ilivor kh on Itiik iuU your lV Th of i th th fint th mon Mn buy And Ih you liU btf h bt for you no milfcr whit U caiU Ihrte coffeci tulttK any other nlnt coffcci MUOWI EIGHT OCLOCK RED CIRCLE RuhndFuiiBodiji n 2lc BOKAR Vijotoui ind Ib tin uik rijlit with your favorit cup of coff Grandmothers Crullers Oc Quaker Maid is Better Made Ketchup8 I4e Quaker Maid Chili uoibotl9c RnlU ALUMINUM CLEANSER o 8 in every 2 Oxol Clinr lnj DiInfcUnH 2 25c Babbitts Cleanser 3 cn Doggie Lifebuoy Soap 3 Rinso Clunt int 2 Silver ApATEX DISH TOWEl FREE nc Oliver UUSt with 2 Kirkmans Laundry Soap DELICIOUS Tokay Grapes RED or YELLOW Sweet Potatoes lOc NY Grapes v CRISP ICEBEHG Lettuce Yellow Turnips SNOWWHITE Cauliflower I5c I9c FIRM HEADS of Cabbage 3 lii IOc FreshCut Spinach b5c Quality Meats at All AcSP Markets Alk Mr mioartr for mMrtu o eor afmntt Meat TENDER JUICY STEAKS ROUND RUMP SIRLOIN LAMB BREAST ib 7c RACK CHOPS tb2ic NECK ib I2c SHOULDER ib I5c RIB CHOPS LOIN CHOPS ifa35c COUNTRY STYLE SCRAPPLE ib FRESH COUNTRY SAUSAGE n I8c PURE PORK SAUSAGE ib 25c Spatial for TuciJay 6Wednesday Only CITY DRESSED Shoulders of Pork LONG CUT SAUER KRAUT a 5c ATLANTIC 6PACIFIC TCEOA prices in Chester and Ticinitr October 9 10 and 11   

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