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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              B1UHT CHESTER TIMES CHESTER FA MONDAY OCTOBER 9 1933 Women News Gossip About People You Know Home and Club Activ Engagements Weddings Mrs Julian Gibson of Gray Gables Moylan will entertain the members of the Southern Club at bridge and tea tomorrow afternoon Mrs Edward K Shelmerdine of AvondaJe road Wallingford will en tertain the members of her card club tomorrow afternoon for luncheon and bridge Mrs Edward Towbridge Collins pi North Owen avenue Lansdowne will return to her home today after spending a week in New York and Washington i Mrs Winifred M Miles and her daughter Miss Winifred M Miles of 536 East Tenth street had as their guest during the weekend Robert M Wall of Elizabeth N J i I Mrs Joseph K McLean who with j Mr McLean has been residing in Cin cinnati Ohio since January last has returned to her home nt 112 West Twentyfourth street for a visit Miss Charlotte Lambert Miss Mar garet Backlund and Miss Emmy Sheerer of Lianerch will assist Peggy Reynolds as hostesses at the meeting of the Lianerch Juniors this evening and the bridesmaids were Mrs Law rence Rambo of Norwood Miss Anna W Caiey of Fairview Village and Miss Thslma L CofTman of Wor cester The matron and maUJ of honor wore blue crepe frocks and carried chrysanthemums and del phinium The three bridesmaids wore gowns of peach angel skin satin and carried bouquets of snapdragon John C Krlebel a brother of the bridegroom was best man and the ushers included Lawrence Rambo of Norwood Ellwood Sweet of this city Victor Glenn of Norristown and Earl A Markley the brother of the bride After a reception at the home of the bride Mr nnd Mrs Kriebel left for a motor trip to Chicago and points west Upon their return they will reside with Mr and Mrs Mark Icy nt Fairview Village near Nor ristown KOOTEHANKY Margaret Sunnier Haney DRY REPEAL VOTE IN FLORIDA TOMORROW MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT MEDIA TALLAHASSE Pin Oct Florida votes tomorrow on repeal of national prohibition with wet lead ers predicting it will join tue 32 states which already hnvc ratified re peal The campaign has been as much s fight over the confusing ballot as over the merits or demerits of prohibition The ballot is the longest yet used in repeal vote Wets frankly admit it liksly will greatly aid their chances of winning A modern version of the crusades got underway today in Philadelphia and in Pittsburgh and Scranton as motorcades bearing members of the Pennsylvania Division Womens Or ganization for National Prohibition Reform left for a tour of the Stale in behalf of repeal The Miss Marian Dehler of avenue Lansdowne entertained re cently at a studio tea nnd shower in honor of Miss Beatrice S Carter whose marriage to Orville Harris will take place on Saturday of this week Mrs Charles T Spencer of 332 West Eighth street will have as her guest for ten days her soninlaw and daughter Dr David P Mc Gourty and Mrs McGourty and their daughter Claire of Stamford Conn Miss Lorctta Schneider of East Twentysecond street and William K Gorman of Taylor Tenace with Miss Helen nnd James Bar ker of Wallingford motored to Crystal dive near Reading yester day Mr and Mrs Monte S Montague of 919 East Fifteenth street were weekend visitors to Columbia and York While in Columbia they at tended the reunion of the Fourth Pennsylvania Volunteer Regimental Association A group of residents of this city who attended the recent convention of the State Firemens Associat4on held at Lock Haven included Cap tain Harry Robinson and Mrs Rob inson Mbs Sarah Robinson Mr and Mrs John B McElhinney and Mr and Mrs T S Gay Mr and Mrs Edgar Wells Freeman entertained informally on Saturday afternoon at thsir home in Merlon of 322 East Nineteenth street and Richard Loring Foote son of Mr and Mrs Warren E Foote of Boston Mass were united in marriage on Saturday evening at 730 oclock in St Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church The ceremony was pcr cox rector of the church Miss Haneys wedding party in cluded her sister Miss Bertha Haney will meet at State College tomorrow for the or ganizations fourth annual conven tion The Philadelphia delegation will make stops at Lancaster York Clmmbcrslnirg and Carlisle today and tonight ind will proceed to State College by way of New Bloomfield Miffllntown and LC Wigtown En route at and Doylestown AWARE COUNTY HOSPITALS ON LIST j Five Delaware count v hospitals i were included in a list of institutions caring for the sick in this slate an nounced this morning by Franklin H Martin M D directors general of the American College of Marriage licenses were Issued in the office of Register of Wills George E Hill at Media to the following persons Saturday Charles L Fuller 21 of 228 East Firth street and Susan J McCall 32 of 3004 West Sixth street and Emil Owsiany 22 of 717 Mcllvalne street and Angela L Bordzol 22 of 713 Wilson street all of this city Harry A Kemlcr 25 of Trenton N J and Mary Kcmpf 22 of 6079 Upland street Philadelphia Joseph Brull Jr 22 of 925 South Tenth street Philadelphia and Anna Santorsola 21 of 7060 Aberdeen road Upper Darby Lindsey C Fletcher 38 of 913 Lin coln avenue Prospect Park and Edith G Endicott 21 of 223 Wyan dottc street Lester Grayson S Stratton 33 of Nagle road Broomall and Dorothy A Ramie 21 of 2021 Manton street Philadelphia Troy A Kilby 22 of Clifton Heights and Ruby LaVaun Gamble 10 of Twin Oaks John C Richardson 23 and lur wen Jones 21 both of 154 White ave nue Linwood Ulrich L Wright 29 and Annie M Jones 31 both of 152 Ridge road Lin wood John Fcdirko 29 of 117 Jackson street and Agnes Walanus 32 of 56 Edgmont avenue Heights both of Clifton Paul GFite 31 of 2719 Overbrook terrnco Ardmore and Dorothy Peterman 23 of Lianerch R Miss Esther Jane Schieck cousins of the bride Miss Henrietta Seal Swann ofthis city and Mrs Rupert Man ning Hanny of Ridley Park James Alfred Bair of Ardmorc was best man for Mr Foote and the ush ei were William F Boyle of Prospect Park William R Boyd of this city Carl H Abcle of Jersey City and Rupert M Hanny of Ridley Park Miss Htuiey wore a wedding gown of ivory satin made on long princess lines with tightfitting sleeves nnd soft cowl neckline with a long train falling from the waist Her veil was j of imported French tulle with an em broidered panel nnd edged with IChnntilly lace The threecornered cap was caught at the sides with or ange blossoms Her slippers were of white satin and her bouquet of gar denias nnd lilies of the valley Miss Bertha Haney the maid of honor wore turquoise satin with skirt forming a short train A silver turban with turquoise bowknot trim I ining silver slippers and white kid I gloves completed the costume with I which she carried deep pink dahlias j tied with eggshell ribbon Th2 bridesmaids frocks were of egg shell satin with flounced skirls form ing a short train Hats and gloves of opaline rose1 velvet with list of the organization The list of all hospitals of the nation and Canada in made each I year as Dr Martin explains for the information of the public so that when one becomes ill and requires hospitnlization ho can choose a hos pital which Is capable of providing 1 safe and efficient care The hospitals listed from this 4 L LI 113 i ft county arc Chester Hospital J Lewis South Crozer Hospital of this city Pitz goraldIIercy Hospital of Darby Taylor Hospital of Ridley Park and Thirtyfirst street and Elsie M Reed Cecil Gassfuvay 21 of 1628 Page street nnd Edna M James 18 of 821 North Eighth street Edward Tnrpy 23 of 1633 East Berks street and j Edna Veil 21 of 852 Tulip street Richard E Cunningham 26 of 5720 Cedar avenue and Alice M Flaherty 21 of 4030 Chester avenue Alfred Foster 22 of 6100 Walkerstreet and Gladys Hamilton 21 of 1370 Gillins rnm street John Birmingham 32 of 4218 North Sixth street and Mar garet Schmid 21 of 2838 Waterloo street Joseph Ano 22 of 2029 South Seventeenth street and Eleanor Greco 21 of 2030 South Chadwick street Guiezeppe Trotto 25 of 2531 South Jsssup street and Mell Capa blnnali 27 of 829 McKean street Harry J Copaland 23 of 1316 North City aod County Womens Groups By ETHEL G COAXES TOMORROWS EVENTS Slate Federation the William Penn Hotel Pittsburgh 8 a ni parliamentary law class Mrs William Anderson leader 10 a m official opening of the convention by Mrs Richard J Hamilton president district luncheons at noon afternoon home affair occurred Tuesday evening last at the home of the president 430 Winncld avenue Bywood A white elephant auction with Betty Slice auctioneer furnished much of the fun and incidentally the profit Mrs Charles S Musser of Dudley avenue Lansdowne left last night to attend the State he home and welfare At 4 p m j evening for New York to attend the memorial service In the First Presbv conference of the Herald hi n f ii terian Church Evening dinners the departments of press and publicity and public welfare Business and Professional Womens Club of p m at the Y W C A building Seventh and Sproul streets regular meeting The usual supper is omitted this month but refreshments will be served Miss Clara B Gladwin program chairman has arranged for several short talks on membership Miss Margaret Stetser and Miss Mary Plemming will give an original skit by way of en tertainment Lansdowne Twentieth Century Club p m at the club house pictures of the Old South by Lillian Tribune at the Waldorf Astoria FOR LOCAL WELFARE Welfare NRA and Red Cross have received timely attention Mrs H W Scott chairman of American citizenship has covered the entire local section distributing NRA stick ers and Mrs J Morris Burns wel fare chairman with increased terri tory has secured 46 as Red Cross workers FEDERAL LOAN TO FIRM MAKING WINE WASHINGTON Oct Re Britt Heinsohn and Nell Britt Tnbor I construction Finance Corporation wine Media Womens p m at has the club house stated meeting Mrs Jesse H Holmes presiding Mrs Frank Aydelotte wiJ speak her sub ject Across the Mexican Border Exhibition of Mexican art Tea Junior Board Chester Meeting and tea in the interest of the junior board at the home of the chairman Mrs Samuel Dyer Clyde Swarthmore Swarthmore loan to a firm mak RIDLEY TOWNSHIP COMMONERS Tax Collectors Salary Fixed to Charge Inter est on Sewer Bills At an adjourned meeting of the commissioners of Ridley township held Friday night at Folsom a res olution was passed by that body fix ing the salary for the tax collector for the coming year for the collec tion of the township taxes at A resolution was also passed charging interest on sewer bills to become effective thirty days after receipt of bills Letters to this effect are to be sent to affected property owners Report was made that a hearing before the public service commission relative to the abolishing of the grade crossing at Fairvlew road had been postponed for six months At a recent meeting of the board the members expressed themselves as unwilling to join in a community sewerage disposal plant at the pres ent time due to the expense involved in this undertaking The Ladies Auxiliary of the Folsom Fire Company held a successful card party in the auditorium of the fire house on Friday evening with Mrs Wesley Blose as hostess assisted by Mrs Thomas Bowen Mrs David An was present as the examining physl At Failview road center held at the home of Mrs Mamie Zuppo on Fairview road four were present with Mrs Mary Wood in A thf Holmes center a examining physician arui MOAtriS Duffy chairman of the Division of Milmont Park Ridley township announces a meeting of the captains to be held tonight a 8pf clock at the home of Joseph Hesch Virginia avenue where th chairman resides The following have been appointed captains Joseph iffirt11 1rOWly Vincent Nicholos Gushevetz Joseph Proctor Joseph sperone others to finance the turn ing of the current grape crop into w r The amount and name of the com pany receiving the loan was withheld but requests have come from firms in California and New Jersey The Ogden The hour is 3 p m to get applica Delaware County Hospital ot Drcxcl of 1119 South Twentythird street all of Philadelphia George E Peters and Helen Mozcr RIDDELL CAMPAIGN rkn both of Cnester were granted LI i i i r mnrilnrrrt f MAN ACER HERE i 11 Rlddel1 i was elected as hstr city license at Elkton Births appointed and agreed upon i by all tuccessful candidates for city i offices at the recent primary election Mr Riddell was also a candidate at congratulated upon the birth of a son William John Baker on Satur day September 30 Mrs Baker is the u inotj n utinumtin tiij the primary election being defeated Miss Mamn sPsir Noyes of i by only 25 votes Plainneld N J daughter Priscilfa Alden Frecmnn Mrs Henry C Fox Jr of Straflord and James Watts Mercur Jr of Moylan were the godparents Miss May King Chandlee daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Earl Chand lee of Moylan a debutante of his season will be among the receiving party at the tea to introduce Miss Anne F Jnnney daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter C Janney of Weldon Bryn Mawr Friday afternoon of this week Mrs Leland Derbyshire of Pine Ridge will have as her guests to morrow afternoon for luncheon and bridge Mrs Porter Howard Mrs W J Stephani Mrs George H Derby shire Mrs E F Perkins and Mrs Irvin R McElwee of Ridley Park Mrs Fulton Hutchlnson and Mrs H M McCoy ol this city members of her card club jy only 25 votes The election of Mr Riddell who is iJso manager of the Democratic campaign in the county as well as the of Dela dnhlias tied with matching Before the ceremony Miss Amelia Schectz of New York City snng Schuberts Serenade and during the wedding Because by DHarde lot A reception followed at the home the bride after which Mr and Mrs Foote left for nn extended motor tour through the Middle West returning I via New York and New England Guests were present from New York City Akron O Boston Au gusta Ga Philadelphia and this city and vicinity Mrs James Bair of Ardmore v sister of the bride wore a formal gown of peach satin with brown shoes and hat and a corsage of yellow tea roses Mrs Foote the bridegrooms mother wore an orchid chiffon vel vet dinner dress with matching hat nnd shoes and a shoulder corsaee of i orchids and united election campaign i one of the candidates JOBS SEEN INCREASING Employment in the Philadelphia district during September showed a 24 psr cent increase over August and September of last year the State Employment Office announced today Thirty Years Ago rtcms from Chester Times Flics ot 1903 The Board of Managers of the J Lewis Croacr Hospital has decided to establish a training school for nurses and plans are already under j way As n preliminary Dr Franklin j F Massey the resident physician went to Philadelphia to purchase j blackboards and other paraphernalia I which will arrive in a few days It is desired that parsons desiring to be come probationers make application superintendent Miss S Kath FbiL to erinc Mrs Samuel Dyer Clyde will enter RELIEF WORKERS tain at tea tomorrow aftamcorv in her home at the corner of Swarth more nnd Ogden avenues Svarth more in the interests of the newly organized juniorboard of he diesj ter Hospital Mrs Clyde has th ns sistance of the following committse all of whom are members of the Hasj pital board Mrs William A Faison Mrs Florence Wetherill Wilson Mrs I M Herbert Paul Mrs William W Mac Farlane Mrs William Ward 3d nnd Mrs Albert R Granger Mrs William Russell entertainsd friends at dinner Tuesday evening at on No he is anxious to take a few observa tions and revive old memories un pleasant though many of them may be Mr Weigand was a prisoner in Andersonvillc prison and endured many hardships with other boys in blue Mounted on a spirited sorrel mare whose color well matched the loose fitting khaki cloth riding habit and boots he wore John Philip Sousa composer of author and band master passsd through this city yes terday afternoon bound for Washing ton D C He was accompanied by n friend and an attendant They were Junior p m camp lons from other sections of the coun try The corporation under section flre meeting in Chester Park with D of creating Prospect Park p m at the home of the chairman Mrs R W Stephens 543 Ninth avenue business meeting Mrs W S Patter son presiding Swarthmorc p m at the club house informal gettogether when plans for the year will be out lined Greetings from Mrs Jesse H Holmes president of the senior club Refreshments will be served The J S p m at the home of Augusta and Gwendolyn Rubcnstein Fourth and Jeffrey streets regular meeting CONVENTION OPENS TODAY Today will see the foregathering of club women from all parts of the State as the thirtyeighth annual convention of the State Federation of Pennsylvania Women convenes in Pittsburgh The morning hours and in fact much 01 the day will be taken up with registration the procuring of tickets for the various social func tions of the week and the greeting of good friends whom one sees but once a year on these occasions Headquarters are located in the William Perm Hotel and most of the meetings dinners and luncheons will be held under its hospitable roof There will be fine exhibits to see and publicity and others equally interesting But Monday also offers other at For the executive board a luncheon will be given at the Dor mont Century Club For the garden minded a garden jaunt has been planned The homemakers will want to attend a demonstration on Sun day riight suppers and their suitable menus There is also an American Home exhibit whirl will be enlighten ing to the home builder And then when evening comes there are those three for the presidents of clubs and fed erations one for past presidents and a third for delegates which launch the social side of the convention Mrs Richard J Hamilton will pre side over the presidents Mrs John to lend and processing of agricVlturaf prod ucts OBITUARY MARY E ROEBUCK Mary E Roebuck 85 one of the most widely known and esteemed residents of the borough of Upland died yesterday after a protracted illness Mirs Roebuck who was born In England came to this country when a child with her parents the late William and Sarah Roebuck who took up residence in Upland where Miss Roebuck spent her entire life at No 3 Seminary avenue Throughout all her active years Miss Roebuck had been closely allied with the cultural activities of the community She was graduated from Normal school and for a number of of years taught in the schools of the old Borough of South Chester and was for some time principal of a school In that section She was known and H Bonine Among those present were Howard Weightman Mrs Theo dore Russell Mrs Samuel Graul Mrs E Moore Mrs George Warren Mrs John Bingaman of Holmes Leo Brad field Mrs J Schwartz and Mrs W Embon of Prospect Park Mrs Harry Patty Mrs Wesley Blose Mrs Wil liam Goodwin Mrs Mary B Stanley Mrs Leo Murphy William Goodwin James Anderson and Mrs David An derson of Oakland Park Miss Mattie Baile Anna Poole Mrs J Poole of Berkeley Charles Krebs Mrs Mary Stewart Mrs Claude Greens Mrs Charles Jackson Mrs Charles Shank Sr Miss Marion Bowen Joseph Levin son Claude Greens L Dreyer Mrs Herbert Gaskill Harry ForbesD C Quinn Miss Elizabeth Garman Mrs Alexander Shaw Mrs Joseph Levin son Mrs Richard Boyd Mrs Thomas Welsh Miss Jane Quinn Raymond Shank Mrs Prank Hoot Mrs James Sullivan Mrs Marion Lehr Wesley Blose Thomas Welsh Joseph Myres Miss Regina Sullivan Thomas Miss Elizabeth Forbes Frank Getz Mrs Joseph Myres Mrs Thomas Bowen Mrs H Bonnie Mrs D C Quinn Mrs Charles Krebs Mrs Harry Forbes Mrs Willard Wamsley Mrs Robert Grace Miss Agnes Duffy Miss Rose Sullivan Mrs Wesley Blose Richard Boyd Miss Elsie Blose of Folsom Miss Ann Scullin Leonard Reford and Mr and Mrs George Fox The Ridley Township School Board will meet this evening at the Kedron School The teachers training class of the NAZI FLAGJtN PHILA Officials of the 250th anniversary of the founding of Germantown Philadelphia explained today that the Nazi flag of the German gov ernment was not flown at the cele onslrauons dem M Falm t0 fly the flag the H tier government resulted in a refusal DrHans Luther German Ambassador to address a gathering of 50000 persons gatnermg Dr Luther explained that regu lations of the German diplomatio service would not permit him to make a speech in his official ca the Nazi emblem was When Dr Luthers attitude wag learned officials sent messengers to every conceivable place to secure tha desired emblem The search waa even the German con sulate office was without one Joining in the refusal of Dr Luther to talk were the German consul generals from New York and Philadelphia 7POUND SON BORN TO HELEN GAHAGAN PASADENA Oct 9Helen Ga nagan stage and screen star and in private life wife of Melvyn Douglas actor yesterday became the mothei of a son at a hospital here The baby weighed seven pounds seven ounces and hospital attendants said he was a fine boy Phest Colds Best treafpH Best treated without dosing esteemed by those pupils who Presbyterian Church will n iiUU I A L 11 come under her supervision One of her principal interests come years ago was her Bible class in the Upland Baptist Church which she organized and taught for many years The group was one of the largest in this section In recent years Miss Roe buck had been forced by ill health to give up her activities with the class I ne meet at the manse on Fourth aveI nue instead of the church The class will be in charge of Mrs Harvey W i m STAINLESS now if you prefer SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES The Chester New Century Club had always had an important place in her life She was among the oldest mem bers of the club and she had always been held In high esteem by the mem Koehler The Ladies Auxiliary of the Holmes Fire Company will hold its October meeting this evening at the fire Fire Company will house town ullij well equipped for the trip and ex1 A Frlck over the thcJ11ehtin John will conduct scy of Trenton room decorations mington One vttlluulll were pink Those invited to meet stated that after spnding a few days Mls Sullivan were former school in Washington Mr Sos HARRISBURG Pa Get w i won in education relief work mates of hers therefore a vary picaj for St Louis Missouri where he will soon will be started in Pennsylvania ant evening was passed in talking i remain until the exposit ori corns Eric H Bidcile director of the State over happy days gone by opens Emergency Relief Board has nn Around the tnble were Mr nnd A party was given on Saturday evening at the home of William j Tinker of 910 Upland street in honor of the birthday anniversary of his i granddaughter Marie Tinker The guests were Evelyn Tinker Nora l Tinker Caroline Tinker Anna Tinksr Thclmn Brogan Bctty Grau i Margaret Simpkins Bitty Pennyi packer Lila Willuns Margaret Moul ton Dorothy Ashby Emmn John Weilev William Machpmer Carl June William Grau William Welicr William Bnynes James Bajncs John Roberts Frank Mingis James Fromall James Thomas Freri Grau Jack Whitlcy Raymond Young John Fred June and i Nick Grau Miss A M Sweeney of 48 East Twentysecond street entertained last evening in honor of the ap proaching marriage of Miss Mary A Schmidt anci Jotaph J Hoffman Among those present were Mrs P j Sweeney Mrs John A Morgan Mrs Albert A Boudat Mrs William Reagan Mrs Ray H Hann Miss Mane H Glenncy Miss KaUwrino C Schaefler Miss Caroline Cretehton Miss Elizabeth G Ernest Eliza beth C Humma Miss Eunice A Pax son Miss CatherineScbmuU Miss Ann Schmidt and Miss Kathrvn Sweeney On W e d n e 5 ri n v Miss Schmidt was the guest o honor at a luncheon given by Mrs Rav H Hann of East Broad street County committees are being or ganized and their programs are being drawn up for approval by relief board officials Announcement of personnel of some committees to be known as the emergency education relief councils will be announced this week li is expected that adult education with teachers recruited from Mires of the unemployed will be toning in some counties bv Oc tober 1C Pennsylvania was the first state to have Its emergency education re lief program approved and it will b the first to get it started under the federal relief plan Mrs William Russell Mr and Mrs Jnmes Percy Sill Miss Lillian Levis and Miss Anna Rowland of Media Mrs Alice Strong of Philadelphia and Miss Emma Hallowell Smith of Chester T1 U OF STATE OFFICERS attendant the evenings festivities for the dale gates After dinner writes Mrs Joseph Dury program chairman you will want to go at once to the ballroom of the hotel so that you can be in place when Mrs Hamilton the State offi cers and the club presidents come in procession Into the ballroom A fine concert followed by the official re ception will close the evening BYWOOD CLUB BEGINS Mrs Nathaniel Sailer the new president of the Womans Club of Bywood opened the club season last Wednesday as she entertained the members of the executive board at her home Chairmen of the standing committees were also in attendance and showed themselves alive for a full program during the 193331 sea son Announcement was made of the committee organization as follows American H i i a w viit juuci Scott American J H is one thing says the i uand wUhin a few Donahue Conservation and Gar West Chester Rrrniblican and it j ore brth of j W Benson Harer Educa might have added and a pood thing Samuel Palmer Jr son of the chief of the Fire Department got tangled up in getting over a fence a few days ago and since that time it has been ic has been ivas still ion to be puiccd on the hington Mr Sousa would leave where he w exposition opens Frank G Hopper a rural mail ear ner who is on a route from the West Chester postoffice was picked up yes terday afternoon on a road near West Chester dead It is supposed that he was stricken with heart disease and foil out of his wagon breaking neck The deceased was for a number of years a conductor on the Chester thta lnis d p arid Media n MediaMiddlctovvn Aston and Bocxl Chester and the Philadelphia Mor sick list j ten and Swarthmore Trollev Com I this mormnc but hs insisted that he panics which are virtually smssip f would be m ill nsht condition with a corporation undoa dual name hiv Ittlc exercise and he will be found in been granted the rights and nrivi Ihe ranks with the other members of i leges over certa n strode vr J the Pcllon Fire Company at Allenj grlnted Media Borough Council at the meet NORRISTOWN Pa Oct 9aNSl VHh all present officers reelected for another trnn the 50th rnril convention of the Womens Chris tian Temperance Union todv tfrcd its final in Very few persons ever secured too lnrl much education Getting an n L fivecent tton is one thing hnvihg a good rf l bccn jucation is another thing and know W more ing how to use it is stiH another I oward becoming a great trolley cars will be humj Arthur C Hursh Feder highways the I atton Harold R fare to j Bocitkc Fine Arts Wil liam Sneed Edgar A tcr cen organization of the x formcd in thls for a Charter the tern the j porary officers arc Peter j chairman Paul Kotz treasurer and I S Lcc Whcaton secretary Another meeting will be held in a few days ceremony E Wright of married last cv performed by the the 1 If 1 The reelected officers Ella B Black Bcavcrdalc Mrs Lillian N Trezlse Dubois vcc president Mrs Lillie J Lonc BeaOe fait corresponding secretary Mrs Racnol C Robinson Wilkinsburc rc MrsCaVhcr i A di5plltch from Worncrsvillc Pa i Twelfth street treasurer 1 says that Col Henry j Newman of i only by the immediate M Taitt rector of st E CmlrcnThe wedding took place at the newlyfurnished home of the couple at 329 ROOSEVELTS TAKE POTOMAC L 1411111 VJi I 1 dH ly IV US A Denver Colorado committed suicide couple was unattended the bride ho yesterday in the sanitarium at that Riven away by her fathc ThP ninrp Hi1 acid Just wedding march was plavcd bv ill i T till i MI5S place The wedding of Miss Mildred An ders Markley daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry A Markley of Norris town and Wilbur Cassal Kriebel c0n of Mr and Mrs Alvin C Kriebel of 218 West Mowry street was held on Saturday evening in the Novristown Schwenkfelder Church The Robert K Gotschall performed the ceremony Col Newman had boon ill is not Lidie J HUgert A dinner was served known but it is evident that his o the determination to take his liff uoii his life was well to his V4 nunspvpu orri i S Maisoii wife of th rmall party of guests saHcd down thH l at SaU Lakp CUV Utnhi Physician Gustavus W Potomac river ycstordav on the Gov Jncl tOh brolhcrCoL Newman left and Miss Knowlcs of Up ernment yacht Scquora returning to Wlth whtch dc Ml Horncr and Ocor iXTOt her httle daughter Sistic Lewis W budget director and UV W thrc VwidrVn Thcrasse Regester Literature Mrs Robert Mrs John Kerner y HICK ior NJUU with whiu uv WOJKU frahis funerftl expense B Harvey Eq the young attorney Col Newman was very well known went to Hoods Mills yesterday to at in this city having graduated from tnnci tllc weddint of Miss Lucia War the Pennsylvania Military Collcce in i flcldwho is well known in Chester Health and J M Burns Hospitality 4 past presi W S Shaw Mrs Charles A Donnelly Mrs Harold R Bodtke Mrs Thomas W Millet In ternational James Michael Juniors Frances Mylin Senior chairman Mrs William C Herder Legislation W S Shaw press and Pub A Webster Program Mrs C Wesley Armor Telephone and E J Mc Clew House nnd G E Dement The first regular meeting of the club will be held Tuesday October 17 at 11 a m in Sellers Community Hall This date has been carried forward due to the Pittsburgh con vention of this week Mrs Sailer and Mrs Harold R Bodtke a past presi dent of the club arc representing the club at Pittsbpurgh Mrs Armor program chairman has was man of exceptionally fine character and made many fast friends As a student at the college he ranked hich In 1890 he married Miss Charlotte B Thc ranged to cap shape and was held f white l stove merchant of Broad and Markley was attended by Mrs 01 Nelson BBltord as matron of j between union pick wer niaJct of honor was Miss i employes of C Aliebach of North Wales Tax Collector George Wiegand who is an old soldier is preparing to take Andersonville in a few days where he will view i and old battlefields on October 17 believing that his talk of Police of South I wi11 be esPeclall helpful as fall is collecting the names of the the order of the day drunkards of the town and 1UVV1J HHQ will rcpdrt them to the Court under law passed by the last Legisla ture which specifies that drunkards can be placed in confinement It is said that already a number of the regular drunks of South Bethlehem have taken to the woods and it is more than liktly that as soon as the 1 first visit the days of strife and wise take wings ny away THE JUNIORS In speaking of the Bywood Junior section of which Miss Frances Mylin is president Mrs William C Herder who sponsors the young people as the Senior clubs chairman expressed much pride In the younger group She reported that regular meetings of the Juniors henceforth are to be held at Individual homes with larger I meetings in Sellers hall The first meet tomorrow evening Plans arc under way for organizing a Girl Scout Troop in Folsom by Miss Gladys Withelder Girls ten years of age and over desiring to join the troop will meet at the Folsom Presbyterian Church this evening The Christian Endeavor Society of the Holmes Presbyterian Church meet this evening at the church The October business and social meeting of the teachers and officers of St Matthews Sunday School was held at the church on Friday evening with superintendent Raymond Chris tic in charge A committee consisting of Mrs Ed ward Draper Mrs Ira Schott Miss for many years B3rtha Ramont and Mrs Paul ShefTer a resident of Chester who died on i was appointed to take charge of the Tussdry evening in Jefferson Hospital Christmas entertainment program Philadelphia were held at the Grif flth funeral chapel in Norwood Sat urday afternoon She was the sister of the late Agnes R Conwell and her only surviving relative is a great nephew E Lau rence Conwell of this city Funeral survlces will be to morrow afternoon at the horns of Mr Conwell 410 East Twentyflrst street The interment will be private ROBERT RAMSEY RITES A GOOD SCHOOL TEACHING HtJSINESS IN ALL ITS OPEN SLEEPERS COLLEGE 625 WELSH STREET CHESTER 6342 The Rev C Walton Marteny pas tor of the First Baptist Church Rid ley Park was in charge of the serv ice Interment was made In the Ramsey family lot in Lawn Croft cemetery Six young nephews of the deceased acted as pallbearers They were William Sweeney Robert Sweeney Harry Sweeney Samuel Sweeney and Thomas Sweeney brothers of Wil mington and George Campbell of Ridley Park SARAH DICKINSON Funeral services for Mrs Sarah Dickinson widow of James L Dickin son who died Wednesday of last week at her home 201 East Third street after a six weeks illness was held Saturday afternoon at her late resi dence The Rev Charles Urban as sistant rector of St Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church officiated at the services Interment was at Union Methodist Episcopal cemetery Hink sons Corner The pallbearers were Arthur Cheat ham Walter Gremminger Victor Mc Veigh Clarence Holbaugh B Grem minger and Joseph Earraclough MICHAEL TALONE Those attending the meeting were Raymond Christie Rev Paul Shefler and Mrs Sheffer Harry McCune Wayne Mease Miss Catherine Hamil ton Miss Emma Springer Clarence Sterne Mrs Wayne Mease Miss Dor othy Johnson Miss Mary Schonen berger Mrs Ira Schott Miss Jesse Francis Miss Elizabeth Wood Miss Bertha Ramont Wallace Wilson Plans were made for a covered dish luncheon to be held at the next meeting with Miss Ruth Ramont Mrs Edward Draper and Mrs Albert Parks In charge In September a very good attend ance was noted at all the Ridley Township Health Centers held under the supervision of this Community Health Society At Milmont Park Center held at St Matthews Lutheran Church Wood lyn 28 were present and of these five were newly enrolled Dr George Heckman of Swarthmore was the examining physician and Mrs Jesse Francis was the committee membeis present to assist Miss Elizabeth Ran dall supervising nurse At the Folsom Center held at the Folsom Presbyterian Church Mrs Lee Garling assisted Mrs Mary P Wood staff nurse with the records Thirtyone children were present four of the babies being newly en rolled Dr H W Banks of Norwood Michael Talonc of Rosemont ac tive in many Philadelphia Italian American societies and owner of a tailoring business since 1895 died Saturday night in Pennsylvania Hos pital following a heart attack Mr Talone who was 66 was a former president of the Duce Delia i Abruzzl Society Philadelphia and was widely known among ItalianAmeri cans His business was one of the earliest still surviving in Wayne He is survived by his wife Mrs Amalia Talone of 1105 County Line road Rosemont and by six children J H F MOORK James H F Moore 63 years old husband of Anna Moore of Holmes whose death occurred on Saturday last will be buried tomorrow after noon with funeral services at the Griffith Chapel in Norwood Inter ment will be in Fernwood cemetery UNDERTAKERS RAY F 1MSCHWE1LER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Successor to K W FAIRLAMB SON 512 Market St Chester Phone 3314 jJncqualed Service at Moderate Cost PERMANENT WAVES T SelfSetting rfa00 WAVE 16 WEST 5TH ST PHONE 25510 NRA MEMBER ALBANY C T ANO 1 A WEEK MEANS A PROFITABLE FUTURE TO YOU Think of it Lots only 8 months ago appraised for 5350 and sold above that price now to liquidate large holdings you can buy for A LOT This is a chance for the man of small means lo start today with a dollar investment to build up a financial independence for himself beautiful home sites are located FIVE MINUTES FROM CHESTER a builtup thriving section Mail This Coupon to Box No L33 Chester Times Let me know about the home site for little down and a dollar weekly Name Address JOSEPH DEERiNG Dial W 3rd St CURTAIN MATERIAL REDUCED We have taken from our regular stock all short length and mussed curtain mar quisette voile 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