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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              BANDS COMPETE AT DARBY FETE Folcroft Bugle Corps and Most Blessed Sacrament Musicians Win The Folcroic Drum and Bugle Corps a crack junior military organ ization connected with the Folcroft Public School romped away with two first prizes in competitive drills at Darby and Colwyn last Saturday At the twentyfirst annual Market Day given by the Womens Auxiliary ol fat Francis Country House for Convalescent Women at Main and Fourteenth streets Darby Friday and Saturday a feature on Saturday af ternoon was a competitive drill in which various bands cadet corps and battalions from Philadelphia and vi cinity participated The Folcroft outfit the prideof the entire Chester pike area the members wearing blue gold and white uni forms was the only band from Dela ware county in the competition It had no trouble in winning the silver cup offered as a first prize for drum and bugle corps participating Second prize in this class was won by the band of the Church of the Good Shepherd from the vicinity of Sixtyfifth street and Chester avenue West Philadelphia which also pa raded a boys battalion while third prize was won by the corps from St Clements parish school at Seventy first street and Woodland avenue West Philadelphia and which parish also embraces a portion of Darby and Colwyn In toe brass band class the judges had considerable difficulty in de termining the winners as there were lour bands in line and all were un usually good prize went to the band from THlurh Sacrament at Fiftyfourth street and Chester avenue West Philadelphia a large organization nattily attired in red and white uniforms Second prize went all the way to Bridesburg win ners being St John Cantius Band wftich was also uniformed in red and wnite The little fellows from St Johns Orphanage with green uni forms green overseas caps and leather putteeswon third prize The other band participating was St Bartholo mews of Northeast Philadelphia with a purple and gold ensemble The judges were Captain Charles G Mclntyre formerly of the U S Army Jay Speckdirector of music at South Philadelphia High school Edward B Cullen assistant band master at Girard College and Edward J Maguire bandmaster at St Francis Industrial School Eddington The procession formed at Main and Mm streets in Darby and marched out Main street to the St Francis Country House which is just east of FitzgeraldMercy Hospital The judges reviewed the parade from the porch of a residence at Eleventh and Mam streets On arriving at the grounds each band and bugle corps inarched across the lawn in front of the judges playing one tune Cardinal Dougherty was a visitor at the Market Day festivities Satur day and the bands staged a special concert in his honor A baby parade was also a feature of the country fair festivities Satur day afternoon The parade was staged on the grounds the winners being as follows Prettiest twins Betty and Mary March 4 years old 57 Fairview ave nue Lansdowne fattest baby Gor don Burch 20 months old 514 Com merce street Darby youngest baby Dolores Dougherty four months 1400 Lansdowne avenue Darby best oratsd float Phyllis Finan four months old 447 Darby terrace Darby prettiest baby Marie Higham 16 months old 1137 South Divinity street Philadelphia Luncheon and dinner were served under the direction of Mrs Henrv SteckeiMrs William J Doyle and Miss Kathenne McDonough The STARS OF RADIOIAND ANN YAROLEY favorite lyric soprano of 1ilts burghs society circtes Ann Yardlev has been given the opportunity to in Jra or Gcrm guest slat York from New Swarthmore Miss Ellen Brlnton of the Wom ens International League discussed I Cuba and its troubles before the j Friends Forum yesterday morning I The Pall Conference of the Prcs byterlan Church was held yesterday The congregation divided into six groups which were addressed by vis iting speakers After the separata conierences a genera conference was hold m the church under the leader ship of the pastor Dr John Ellery Tut lie After the congregation had enjoyed supper together n devotional half hour was held by Rev Edward Bonsall v The members of the Class of 1908 of Havcrford College met for a re union dinner at the Springhavcn Club Among those attending were Rev J Jarden Guenther and Walter R Shoemaker of Swarthmore Mr and Mrs Passmore Elklngton Moy lan Mr and Mrs Elwin Wright St Davids Mr and Mrs Carrol Brown Westtown Dr Cecil K Drinker and Mrs Drinker Mr and Mrs Howard Built Clifford C Col lins Rosemont James Carey Thomas Hnverford Dr William Kaviland Morns and Mrs Morris Long Island Lr George K Slrcod West Chester Charles Rogers Princeton N JMr and Mrs J Albert LiiHon Moorcs town N J Senator Thomas S Des mond of New York and Mrs Des mond Mr and Mrs Joseph Bush ncu Jrd of German town George Mr and Mrs S M33 PROGRAMS S Scott Edward A bidney Edwards Haverford and i Mr and Mrs Charles L Miller by Mrs Henry Clark Mrs James H caster Billington Miss Mary Kelly Mrs Claude Ostrander Mrs Joseph Me Tague Miss E Magce Mrs Clayton I Boyer Mrs Joseph D Israel Mrs Francis X Monville Mrs John J Coyle Mrs Jane Quennell Mrs James Mundy Mrs Thomas P Hunter Mrs Vincent A Carroll Mrs P Dwyer Mrs K Edge Miss Helen Milnamow Mrs Herman G Vetter lein Mrs Mary E McMahon Miss M O Connor Mrs Michael McNally Mrs William McAvoy Mrs Louis Brown Mrs Ignatius J Horstmann Mrs Frederick Voss Mrs Thomas HiJden Derger Mrs Joseph Hobson and Mrs Victor de la Cova The Juniors assisted under the chairmanship of Miss Rosemary Green The Juniors acted as wait resses in the dining room and con ducted the baby show Miss Elsie elci was chairman of the Babv Show J Junior activities in connection with Market Day were in charge of Miss Rebecca Welsh Miss Mary McGar rity Miss Virginia McGurk Margaret Hogan Miss Hilda Miss Bur was in family larder department was n charge of Mrs May Fitzgerald Major Various booths were presided over iiilUil Jjllr rowes Miss Mary Burrows Miss Ann Butler Mrs Joseph L Tinney Mrs Thomas A Loguc Miss Elizabeth Guimven Miss Celinda Hetzell Miss Dorothy Spatola Miss Mary Byers MJSS Mary Margaret Jones Miss Vir ginia Jones Miss Eleanor M Smith Miss Margaret Welsh Miss Alice Gerald P Flood Mrs John J HarS nngton Jr Mrs Joseph Flick Miss Mary Heenan Mrs Joseph Torch ana Miss Mildred Kehoe Miss nne McNichol Miss Agnes Flana gan Miss Irene Felin Mrs Joseph Haenn Miss Ellen Marie and Miss May Hughss Colwyn Pire Company Number Jne brought an eightday harvet etc at Third and Sprue streets Col wyn to a close Saturday night and also featured a band and bugle corps competition First prize for the drum and bugle corps was won by the Fol croft band while the Collindale High school band nosed out Darby High school band in the brass band competition for the prise for the drum major Corporal William C Greifzu Post V F W Drum and Bugle Ccvns of Darby had a part in the parade i bUi end not compete for a prize bein a senior organization j George N Lutton president of the i Colwyn Fire Company was in geni eral charge of arrangements for the I harvest fete which included features of unusual interest Oxford University ean Blanchard represented Smith Col represented Dean and William Sienkoirupre sented the University of Wisconsin at the celpbation of the 100th annl Federation Melickol the Strath Inn has gone to Pittsburgh the Stat t wnna Junior section of the Woman s Club will leave today by motor for Pittsburgh She is a dele rc j Kievs JSO 5GO CIO 6GO 161 SCO 1178 ttave ICMKtll Meters 533t 4351 3M5 3481 Z3G3 All Schedules in Erricru standard Time IHJLAUKUIUA 1200 Womens Home Hour H SenIce Hour 200 Revolving stre 430ShopPnf Uob White Uncle Jim s ol CaPin Durbur The Chaster Times Classified Ads thousands of homes try Adv Tired Nervous Wife c soothed bhc banished that tired tccl ful colorrestful nghts SdaysSffe cause SM rd her system of bowelclosing wastes that were sapping Isr vitality NR Tab lets mifd rafc all the transformation colds See Imure freshed you feel At all 2o cents TI SIX AC Quick relict for acid indiges I U iVl 3 t ion heartburn O nly lOc faults CORRECTED RENT ALL THREE PEOPLE WANT UDMV1II CO AK8ON When twice as many patrons ask for PLYMOUTH as for any other car must be a reason ABERT ZUCtlS branch of the Ohio UDrivcIt Company today is operating nine Piym ouths to four each of the other two lowpriced leaders I can see why people arc sold on hydraulic brakes Mr Zuch Bays We have fewer accidents cars that have them Then too no other car we have can beat Plymouth on low maintenance We hardly ever have to touch the engines And thats something when you remember our cars have dif ferent drivers nearly every dayl Salesmen want a restful ride and Plymouths Fioating Power engine mountings eliminate vi bration Women like the style room and easyhandling quality Everyone wants a car thats solid and dependable Plym ouths RigidX doubledrop frame is many times stronger than the ordinary type and its body is steel reinforced with steel Greater safety and longer car life Yes there are reasons why twice as many people ask Mr Zuch for Plymouth You can see them yourself in fifteen min utes behind the wheel Why not accept your dealers invitation to see why Plymouth Is the countrys fastest growing car Sold by Dodge De Soto and Chrysler dealers STANDARD SODELS priced from 5445 to S510 DeLuxe Models to All prices are F O B Fac tory and subject to change without notice Convenient time paymeots SIX FLOATING POWER SftFETYSTEEL BODY HYDRAULIC BRAKES 5 30 Tom Mix Sport Summary Wraiher 559Tlmo signal 730 Program of the reporter rink Ship of Joy 1045 Joo Smiths Parodlaris MaylPlds Orchestra Orchestra 2 00 mlclnlBlnHoliywood on the Air BdU Orchestra PUILADELllltA 100 p fiddlers Orchestm Knscmble I reports be announced IDIK Thomas c Martlndale ann nndo Review and Betty songs Sport F TJmo M Lino news 1200 pianist soprnno IHIlAUKUlllV Hiislcat Inlevhirtp 12 Comvri Miniatures Chief Rffcorcllngs OivluMiii 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