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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              FOUR BRIEF NOTES OF MEDIABOROUGH Social and Persona Items of Interest to the Local Residents HIGH LIGHTS OF HISTORY Rv J CArtKOI I MiNcpiriM THE STORY OF ALASKANO 37 PURCHASE OF ALASKA MONDAY OCTOBER 0 1933 WAR NeaoTiATioKis BETVjeEW RUSSIA UNITE t 5TATE5 RE6APPJK THE SME OF ALASKA VJERE 30 1Q67 WAS BY WHICH ACQUIRED ALASKA 87200000 OU7TWOCeW75 AW Mr and Mrs George Carol Harvey of on the Providence road WalUngford spent the week end in the Pocono Mountains being registered at the Pocono Manor Mr and Mrs Charles Worrilow of West Fourth street are observing the seventh anniversary of their marriage today Mrs Worrilow was Miss Clair Powell of Media Mrs Edward E Flounders and Mrs Horace Work will entertain at a missionary luncheon at Mrs Flounders home on East Sixth street tomorrow Mr and Mrs Henry Ha worth Lee of Manchester avenue anci Bancroft road Moylan are today observing the twentyfirst anniversary of their marriage Members of the Media Garden Club will meet at 230 oclock tomor row afternoon in the garden room of the womans clubhouse on South Jackson street Ernest J Geiger 3d of Clifton Heights was 9 years old Saturday He is a son of Mr and Mrs Ernest J Geiger Jr Mrs William Alexander of De land Fla andMiss Lillie K Schur of Philadelphia were callers yester day at the homes of Mrs J H Sloan and Mrs L B Mlnshall In Media Mrs Alexander as a girl frequently visited the County Seat Her home Is in Louisville Ky She came North on a business trip and returns home the latter part of the week She re turned to Media specially to renew old friendships The second of the series of card j parties being conducted by the MeI o A T ri nv viir dla Democratic Club in their head Jb WlirMl quarters at Baltimore and South ave TfRPTnTk nues Media will be held this eve HM iUlJKI ning Miss Nan L Dutton Jim Lee and i NEW YORK Oct continued ivwvu Chan Bill Media visited the Meth unrestricted sale of beer having an i for appendicitis odist Episcopal Chinese Church 222 alcoholic contrnr nf nni North Tenth street Philadelphia yesterday Miss Dutton also visited the First Chinese Baptist Church at 1006 Race street Miss MadalSne Bilesky of Mil ON OCTOBER u 1947 TMERuSSlAH AUTHORITIE5 FORMALLY TLJRMEPALASKA OVERTOGewEQAL LOVELL ROUS5EAU OFTHE 57A7E5 ARMY C A wy AMERICA sis ALASKA TO 3P A LAN POP PERPETUAL SWOW THE PURCHASE 5HARPLV SECRETARY OP STATE SrJWAa FOR A LONG TIME ALASKA WAS REFERRFp TO ICE c p FOLLY f J i TIMETHE ALASKA COMMERCIAL CoMFAwy AHEP JJ PURCHASED THE PROPERTY 5HIP5 OPTHERU5SIAH AMB3ICAM FUR Is SECURED FROM A MONOPOLY OF THE ALASKAN SEALING lUPUSTRY CLIFTON BOARD HOLDSMBETING School Directors Study Overcrowded Condi tions Other News The monthly meeting of the Clifton Heights school board of directors was held Thursday evening John S Mar tin the president was in the chair Supervising principal William H Brown made his monthly report and called the boards attention to the overcrowded condition of the school especially the first fifth and eighth grades The directors renewed the contract a rcccnt dinner guest of Mrs Thomas Hinlock of Springfield at the duPont Hotel Wilmington Other guests were Mrs John Qu bouis of Holmes and Mrs William Hearson of Brookllne Miss Edna Walck of East Wash ington avenue was hostess to her Sunday school class when her guests were Miss Ruth Barsby Miss Hilda Baker Miss Nellie Lord Miss Elrnlre Upplncott MLss Violet Llppincott and Miss Muriel Johnson dinner guests of Mr and Mrs John S Martin of Walnut street Miss Marian Miller of East Balti more avenue spent the weekend at her home in Williamstown N J A recent luncheon held under the auspices of the Clifton Heights Branch of the Needlework Guild of America was a success The affair was held at the home of Miss Esther Wise of Oak avenue who was as Among Media Sick Mary Raemont of East State street is re coving from an operation mont Heights motored to Media Saturday and called on friends wisdom declares another portion of 1 the John D Rockefeller Jr study of liquor control made public last night The study was conducted by Ray mond B Fosdick and Albert L Scott for Mr Rockefeller and the part made Annuity aim uiiiiiu un menus nmvit Dr E Marshall Harvey and Mrs tonight deals with the question Harvey of Jefferson and Jackson I v jan tne cnusc of temperance streets contemplate motorine to Dm tlcst scrvcd among those who streets contemplate motoring to Dur ham North Carolina this month to visit their son Ernest Leroy Green who is a student at Duke University The attendance at the Sunday schools in the borough was un usually large yesterday W Irwin Shavplsss of West Sec ond street went to Philadelphia and enjoyed the dog parade Saturday held to raise money for the Philadel phia S P C A Mr and Mrs Cleave Lewis Baker and children Shirley Baker and Gleave Lewis Baker Jr of West Bal timore avenue motored to then summer home in Maryland yester day for the day The Democrats have opened head quarters in the BroomaU building on South avenue Services in the places of worship were well attended yesterday The evening congregations were un usually large Many Medea enjoyed automobile trips through the country yesterday CHEYNEY DAY TO BE OBSERVED choose to drink Since March 22 when the sale of 32 per cent beer was legalized of Wnwa an injury to his leg He ran a piece ofslecl in the member Thomas Smith and Thurston Gould of Philadelphia who figured in an automobile accident on Media Hill were treated for cuts and bruises Mr Smith has a badly in jured foot Richard Hiuvley of Front and Lemon streets continues to regain his strcjiGth after an operation for appcnticitis Mr and Mrs John Moore of the Lindcnhurst apartments Linden lane sue receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter at the hospital yesterday Theodore Furness of Bowling been a laboratory in which il mnrkabie experiment has been tricci during which beer lias been drunk in enormous quantities inimf is lnlost cuciorc rumess or Bowline no increased resort to illicit hard liquor it continues The evidence as we have found t is all the other way Bootleggers have lost part of their patronage m some places arrcsls for drunken ness have positively declined Beer the report declares should be obtainable by the bottle for ofT 51 Practically Aldan The Aldan Park Improvement As sociation will hold the first stated meeting of October tills evening in their clubhouse at Ridley and Mng nolin avenues The president Jamas R Essler will be in charge Mrs William McKniff returned yesterday to her home on East Wash ington street after having under gone a major operation she is much improved Mrs Mark Wilcox returned yester day to her homcai Wawa after hav ing been under treatment several days for bruises and cuts injuries sustained when she figured in an automobile accident Mrs Lavinia Williams of Middle town road is not so well Joseph Young of Gradyville Is convalescing alteran operation for removal of his tonsils Mervyn Stone of Newtown Square is receiving treatment for R dislocated ankle Master Donald Wolff son of Mr TT uv in iiuvi Uii 1 SOU 01 wll Cheyney Day exercises will be held I Mr Mrs Robert Lear ami i nnd Mrs Donald G Wolff of the i v t 1 A t IT 1 t I XfiffrfJrt t m fl f Saturday October 14 at he Cheyncy Training School for Teachers Chev ney Childrens clinic at one oclock the church and the school in the National Recovery Program at oclock Football game Cheyney and Lincloln teams at oclock Tea and acquaintance hour at oclock At oclock there will be a recital by Madam Lillian Evanti The exercises of the day are de schbol and permit the public to see what Is being accomplished CIIM mis XIUULTI Lie and i Jlu us uoiuuu j wont of the ofOcean City N J who Middletown rofld Lima is in for an were the guests of Mr ana Mrs j injury to and an arm he s James R Lott of Providence fond find Clifton avenue for several davs have returned to their home Miss Eleanor Tagert of G13 Massa chusetts avenue returned to the West Chester Normal College last evening after spending the weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs George Tagert A C Mullln of 610 Massachusetts uu wi uiu signed topresent the work of the avenue is convalescing from an at oTirt it miUt t i i of ptomaine poisoning Miss Margaret T V uciiixiiiA naiign Leslie Pickney Hill president of of Mr and Mrs Hugh Forsythe ts a large attendance 12 East Providence road returned i t West Chester Normal iLmiiai recently had broken It was necessary for Dr Schoff to perform a second operation qrr the arm Veak Quenn of SwarUimoreHer man Cnplin Harry Caplin Joseph Anderson of Media and Joe Sisk of Swarthmorc were treated for cuts and bruises yesterday They were irr an automobile accident on the Plush Mill Hill near Swarthmore Mrs Seymour Preston Jr and in fnntson Scymore Preston 3rd have returned to their home on North Jackson street Media Oswald Smith of Newtown Square the SChOOl expects A number of residents of the County 1 her studies Seat contemplate going over for the College last night after spending the i ment i weekendwith her parents j Isadore Kauffman of Media was SKELETONS KEVEAtED BATTLE i cr tm HJlrSl dllgh injuries BEND OreSkeletons of two deer t of Aidin vcslfdcnls receivecl dming a football game at their antlers interlocked were found Elizabeth T Prt u Krlclts Dr Bowling Green yesterday juunu T Pickctt of Springflcld Alex McMullin of Philadelphia Rven treatment for slight cuts in an nutomo n in the Cascade Mountains near here i The mortal battle between the two i Clotkes on tkis AllElectric Tour ABC Worlds Fair ABC FingerTib Control Spmuer Washer Electric Irouer ABC Spinner washci rinses blues starches dampdries for the line No wringer Instead a whirling cylinder that takes the last bickbcndlng labor out of washing In addition ihe Spinner oficr cushioned washing means lasrcr washing with less wear and tear cash D Montks to pay ABC Inner on you than an afternoon of easy I in see a demonstration cash All Price cJ MontKs to pay AH Prices Slightly Mart fcr Merchant CoW DJ n jQia ot PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC COMPANY AU ct o All Qur Suburban Stores ENTERTAIN FRIENDS AT SUMMER HOME The auditors reports which were or dered printed at the last meeting were received and ordered displayed in prominent places The board is in receipt of requests from several basketball teams for the use of the gymnasium during the winter and permission was granted to Maurice Eastbums Clifton Heights team of the Eastern Delaware County League and the Clifton Heights Fire Protective Association St Charles Catholic Club Diamond Athletic Club Clifton Methodist Church Clif ton Heights Ramblers and the Roose veltGarner Club These teams are under the supervision of the Twilight League headed by James E Gal lagher The directors present were John S Martin Lewis Daniels Joseph MacDonald Enoch Eastburn James E Gallagher Albert J Crawford and LeRoy E Mousley The first meeting of the school year of the Clifton Heights Home and School Association will be held to morrow evening in the auditorium of the junior high school Ralph Reuben Mathews one of the tellers at the First National Bank of Media and Mrs Mathews were host nnd hostess to their neighbors at a house party at Windy Hill the es tate of Mr Mathews brotherin law and sister Mr and Mrs Robert Newell Their home is beautifully situated on the Corsica river near Center ville Md Those who enjoyed the weekend and Mrs Frank A Snear Jr Mr and Mrs George William Lenlz Mr and Mrs Isaac Worrall Mr and Mrs Arnold Stubenrauch and daughter Marjorie Stubenrauch Jean Mathews Betty Mathews and Dottle Lou Mathews Those who liked the water most of yesterday sailing in Mr New ells motorboats STRANGER BLOCKS WOMANS LEAP services of Miss Margaret T Maguire principal of the McCali Continuation School Philadelphia as i the guest speaker The installation of officers will take place I Mr and Mrs Albert R Baker of West Broadway avenue spent Satur day in Atlantic City N J Miss Laura Goshow of Philadel phia spent the weekend with friends in the borough Mr and Mrs William McCali of East Baltimore avenue entertained at dinner yesterday Their guests were Mr and Mrs G Desin and Mr and Mrs J Hallowell of PaterEon N J Mrs Edward Force of Walnut street is confined to her home on account of illness Mr and Mrs Lewis Johnson and daughter Jeanne of Primos visited friends m the borough on a recent evening Charles C Burdan Jr of Harrison j avenue and Walnut street has re turned to State College after spend ing the weekend with his family Mrs Charles Burlcy of this bor Mentally upset because of domestic troubles and the recent death of her father a 42yearold woman made an unsuccessful attempt to end her life last night by leaping from the Dela ware River Bridge in Philadelphia her second suicide attempt in as many weeks The woman Mrs Marie Jacobs of Fifth street near Tioga was literally snatched from death as she straddled the guard rail of the pedestrian walk in the aniddle of the span Her rescuer a middleagetf man ac companied by his daughter disap peared after a policeman had taken I custody of the woman I THEATRE MEDIA MEDIA TODAY AND TUESDAY LIONEL BAUrtYMOTUv in THE STRANGERS RETURN FREE JADE K5TCHENWAUE TO THE LADIES TONIGHT Matinee 230 ILYE 3rd HIGHLAND AVE DOUBLE FEATURE JUNE COLLYEIt in REVENGE AT MONTE CARLO SEAS l DO OUR When youre HEALTHY youre HAPPY HAPPY days are usually healthy days Why not add to these sunshiny days Poor health and constipation go hand in hand Get rid of common constipation by eating a delicious cereal Tests show that Kelloggs ALLBKAN provides bulk to ex ercise the intestines and vitamin B to aid regularity ALLBRAN is also twice as rich in iron as an equal weight of beef liver The bulk in ALLBRAN is much like that in leafy vege tables How much better than taking pills and often harmful Two tablespoonfuls daily are usually sufficient If not relieved this way see your doctor At all grocers In the edand green package Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek DR LOWE TO SPEAK Dr Ralph Curtis Lowe of Media will be the speaker at the meeting of the Delaware County Institute of Science in Institute Hall on South avenuethis evening at 8 oclock His subject wlllbe Mars and Its Satellites All meetings held in the Institute Hall are open to the public End Serious Coughs With Creomulsion Dont let them get a strangle hold Fight germs quickly Creomulsion combines he 7 best helps known to modem science Powerful but harm less Pleasant to take No narcotics authorized to iund your money on the soot if your cough or cold is not relieved by Creomulsion adv y Warner Brothers Theatres NRA We Do Our Part j KATHARINE HEPBURN MORNING GLORY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Jrt AnnrDE Jn Brothers Theatres NRA We Do Our Part WASHINGTON Slim SUMMIRV1UI ZAS1I PITTS MR flRlTMATC with UNA MEHKEL HENRY ARMETTA Extra Harry LOWEST PRICES T PRICES I A I r IN CHESTER lUC lOC STRAND AND MUSIC BEAUTY ROMANCE MOONLIGHT and PRETZELS APOLLO TODAY ONLY RIOT SQUAD with MADGE BELLAMY PLAY SAFE demand used by over 608000 American Families rpriE WISE thrifty home owner going i to be swayed by ballyhoo and trirk promises when ho hays fad thit winter He u going o benefit hy the past experi of several of liis neighbors who made the fnd roFlly discovery that ttiles for anthracite were not all they were cracked np to He realizes that for even healthful moneysavins heal a pooH hard coal is the only real fuel bar gain after all In hlne coal you pet llie eream of the famous anthraeitp of IVorthern 1 ennsjlvama It is a hih fjuality hprrl roal and lhat you identify it as such t colored blue It wont lake you long to find ont vrhy whole neighborhoods arc switching to bine coaP these days Its sb easy o siart lo tend No tinkering with drafts No slnffy or chilly rooms No me chamcnl gadgnts to get ont of order fo smndged enrtains or fDrnishingj No vari ations of temperature in your rooms bine coal burns evenly for honrs at a tiron wilh yonr drafts almost closed And the way it barns completely will be good news to yonr pockctbook Ifnt this the kind of a fnc yots want A fncl that gives jo mnrh better heal with Ies attention By all means play safe this winter and specify blue coal every lime yon order Start off right Phone yonr nearest bine coal1 dealer tSxlay AUTOMATIC HEAT FOR ONIY lg95 cnua InsUrlbrtton chjntc f TTtJl mstifally hmli TOUT c fast rifht t only M89J ploi ll inOilUlinn 2 BIGGER and BETTER MMtmo CO HI RADIO PROGRAMS Comedy Music frrtr a c V ilByi TTAEC A Arfirorfc Better less attention j ICE FUEL CO bccond and Tilghman Sts Phone 24612 COAL CO Street rhone 3l5f TOMORROW IS THE DAY AT THE STANLEY A Picture That Is Truly Great SEE tin greatest manhunt ever plated on a screen SEE lhe hreithtaklng midnight tribunal SEE SEE in a spectacular torch light parade FEEL the of the mob riding lust murder out oflwn OT RA1U SEE THIS AND MORE IN CECIL B DeMILUS THIS DAY AND AGE With a cast of 5000 in this Great Spectacle of Modern Miss It if i STATE TODAY AND TOMORROW PRICE be paid for SOULS STRIPPED BARE A STORY THAT CONCERNS EVERY EVERY MVV WOatAN AVU CHILD SHOULD SEE IT I Ci I MANOR TODAY AND TOMORROW THE WICKEDEST WOMAN in PARIS Hidden in His Surrender yoimeif to the ravishing jpell of La Pompadour the brazen who bossed a king Wornr tret Hit DORIS KENYON   

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