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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              EIGHTEEN CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 1933 1 CHURCH EVENTS AT SWARTHMORE Local Students in Pulpit at Trinity Other Bor ough Happenings Three students of Swarthmorc College accupied the pulpit of the Trinity Episcopal Church yesterday morning They were Shirley Davis David Scull and John Nixon They discussed the peace movement arnoiiE the youth of the world The Overarching Providence of God was the subject of the morn ingsermon of Dr Wayne pastor of the Methodist Church An Ep worth League Fellowship supper was held at oclock in the social hall of the Methodist Church The evening service was devoted to hymn Einginp Dr Herman Wcyl formerly profes sor of mathematics at ihc Univer sity of Gottinecn talked on The Constructive Character of Scientific Concepts and Theories1 Friday eve ning in the Meeting House Last eve ning in Clothier Memorial Alexan der Sachs talked on the NilA nnd the Problems of Eonomic Planninj The Episcopal and Presbyterian Churches of Swarthmore will unite In a special service on the evening of November 19 to consider a national problem The Obligations of Leisure Rev Alexander MucCull D D pastor of the Second Presby terian Church in Philadelphia will speak for the men Mrs Frederick M PTnst national LEADING NATION IN ARMISTICE TRIBUTE Symbolic llir nations tribute its tear dead was tills impressive Armistice in Washington as President JSooscvell stiuuliiiK at attention of laps paid tribute at tbn Tomb of lie Unknown Sol LESTER AND ITS NEWSJOTTINGS Township Red Cross Drive Underway Other Local Joltings Mrs nccda Kesblcr who was as signed to the Red Cross Roll Call for lie township for this year has ap pointed Mrs Gladys McDonald of Osccola street asan aide for Lester Anyone wishing to become a member or to rmkc a donation may get in touch with the ofllcial worker A record will be made of each donation and each member will receive a mem bership card button and window sticker Mrs Paul Maximovach of Wyan riotto street left Saturday for avisit with relatives in Chicago Mrs William Kcsbler Major Gen eral for the Tlnicuin Township NRA drive reports a total of seven drcd and twentyfour signatures in I the township Lester was canvassed under the di rection of Mrs Mhs NAME BONSALL NORWOOD P M Lifelong Democrat to Suc ceed Mrs Naomi Hazel Other News S Burton Bonsall of Henderson avenue Norwood who on Friday last received word from Washington of his appointment as postmaster of the borough began his new duties on Saturday afternoon Bonsall a lifelong Democrat and a resident of ihe borough of Norwood for 44 years j is named as successor to Mrs Naomi i Hazel wife of Frederick P Hazel The latter is station agent at Nor wood Mrs Hazel received word on Friday of the appointment of her successor The executiveboard of ho auxil iary to the John Wesley Cross Post American Legion of Norwood this Flsic nclscli Mis Lillia n Fix id of Mrs Reos Chester pike Miss The eceivcd three I Ncxl evening will occur u3 operation and ten refusals wic lhc are to Mrs Reese Zicglcr nnd daughter Florence have returned to Wllming briiiK donations for the food supply to be used lor making up Thanks is W and Andrew Lewis spent f mam lcalule 0 Saturday on an upstate gunning trip j The rcRular meeting of the boys club will be held Wednesday evening the ss evening the of Swarthiroro inci i llior National Irmrlny At riKlit is th wreath of purple I j Polish Halt on Second avc icd bv her onetime i chrysanthemums bo platCil on the toiuli j nuo is always welcomed neighbors Mr and Mrs Edgar B Yountr of Cornell avenue arc moving to Wash ington D C Mr Young who is do ing research work for the Pennsyl vania State employment activities jj hfls been transfeirert to the service of the Federal government Btookline ant Mrs Paul Dukes of South Ard i mure vov Mrs Alfred B Montgomery of East Armistice wus obrcrvcd n SI Benedict avenue entertained at Special Gospel meetings arc being thi weck al lh Calvary Baptist Mission on Pow haian avenue The services lasteve ning were in charge of Rev Murray White of the Maranatha Tabernacle lJpiscopal Minion on Saturday party Friday evening for the Oak of the Maranatha Tabernacle r t P UHV nilmm momSouth Ardmore Womans Club Oorse hedley the singing evangelist u at h a m HOI coin i in cialgc evening Music Miss Eleanor Gcddimi daughter of nnmion and coniinuing utiiil C p m CHESTER HOSPITAL I wi be m v Harold Goddavd of the family S for prayer and meditation M t T l I lnn tvr i Kaiscl Bcpnl Swarthmore Colicce uul Mrs lhe Bruoklmr Branch of ihe ij LJ I IfN Ulv oul1 peoples oddard gave a recital at the I Needlework Guild will hold its annual each Friday CV music being furnished by an outof town orchestra Mrs Joseph Hopkins and Mrs E F Hnwley were hostesses at a bridge supper given on a recent evening at the home of Mrs Hopkins in honor of Mr and Mrs William Frclghsingcr of Hamburg Germany who have since sailed for their home Mrs Freighsingers sister Miss Ethel Dancenbaker of Ctaymont Del was also aguest of honor Other guests Quality merchandise at the lowest possible price BROTHERS CDGMONT AVE 7TH ft WELSH CHESTER DEPARTMENT STORE 1K5E PARKING AT SlEAKES of Miss Caroline Dv of Goddar Swarthmore evening College Vespers last meeting al 8 p in tomorrow in the j chapel of St laiih Episcopal Mission evening Thomas K Parker of Philadelphia Pahcns admitted to the Chester spent yesterday visiting Mr and Mrs NO WOMAN CAN AFFORD TO NOW Mr nnd Mrs Robert L Coates of i The chief speaker will be E W Hospital during the weekend were Walter Parker of Osceola street 200 Harvard avenue entertained at Klmiann chairman of the Main Line Karl Crawley Ogclen John Ferguson Cecelia R Theby of Philadel visking Lawrence Mr and Mrs Walter R Shoemaker Mr and Mrs Samuel M The Southern Mountaineer Dodd Mr and Mrs Donato Colafominn spent ihe weekend in Pcnninsuon N J where they appeared in a con cert at the Pcnniugton Seminary Two study planned of the Womans Swarthmorc which Mrs Charles Leech is chair oui hrt house man The Never Failing LiehL will Charles Stephcnson of be the book studied with Mrs Reba delphia Grahnm Freed f eign Board aj will be held home of Mrs November 21 Barber 3d phia spent the weekend Mrs Otis McDonald Mrs Lucy Dailey of Philadelphia spent a day recently Fay McClaiu Mrs Ann Sullivan and family of and Mr and Mrs E F Hawley Miss Catherine Leutenbach of Philadelphia was the weekend guest i of her aunt Mrs Catherine Fisler 32 West Wlnona avenue Mrs Ida Auld of Welcome avenue i has returned home after being a visiting Mrs HosplU1 for when Dr Newman pave a talk on I Cmm W XN Ui Chippawa street have Ilii UiiinlMiin Vt I i VFVI LIJIILIL j w i k L lie boimirr Moun ainrer WaUnl B h 1014 Tounsclld strm Iromiois avenue Dr E 1 DiDaand Mrs Diller of Micncl A 5 E t FourU Afrs Pay McClain and family Darby road entertained at a birthday t t M Virginia Carr Gnidvvillc moved from Mohican street to ll EVM Sovail 10R Seventh sccV avenue and Delaware street Mr niri M r V A f flrn discharged were Mrs Ann t Timciim townshn reruienls Jlund Mis L A Hcckci of Glen A JW w v Spvcmh t1TCl MVS tudy have been N J yre reccni houseRUCMK by the missionary section Mi nn Mrs O L Holcombe of nok Virginia Huddle Romans Association if iht UMIKHU uenw Summit street Boolhwyn Mrs Helen w Presbyterian Church of Nils Ueoi Be in nci of Kiitjiineie HU1 MalylalKJ avfnue Park Ann i Tinicum township renidcnls an s I protcstins the raise in the real estate av assessment proclaiming lots on streets not cut through and under water for the past year arc rater Miss Maud Schrodercr of New York j city was the weekend guest of her brother Augusta Schrodercr of 310 1 Trites avenue j Matthew McKinney Jr of 507 Trites avenue sang yesterday morn ing over a radio station Matthew i wrsamcxcr a m Prospect Park hi the assessment equal in valuo Mrs Leiha West Glenoldcn Mrs i with lots on Powhatan avenue and Elsie April Sackville Mills Helen i Seneca street which are on the mntn Boothwyn I Arthur McGinnes of Boothwyn road large delegation from the local Philadelphia were Guesis yesterday of Mr and Mrs Bertha Fanning street Victims of accidents given sinco the mnrsncs were f cooed scv eral months ago and was established and cards on Saturday eveninq The guests were Mr and Mrs James B Douglas Mr and Mrs Carlos Noyrs Mr and Mrs A B Froebel Mr and i Mrs Oscar J Gilcrcest Mr and Mrs A S Wickham Mr nnd Mrs Nor man Htilme Miss S Miririlcton and George Schobinger I Mr and Mrs Pcmberton Dirkson Jn I daughter from Oxford n Mr and Mrs Marshall Short and uncstcr family of No 2 Randall avenue have yesterday moveci t0 Aniline Village Miss Elizabeth Clements of Swarth David J Benttir of lane lias hr guest hir Mrs J J Morash of Scotia Mrs Frederick while of ljvst rnrrliired the Potvy were Sheppard avrnuc laceration of leg cielphia commuters Kchvard Swrrnrv West Ninth Joseph Brown of bus service between Essinstoii the benefit of Phila Pniladelpnia morc was the weekend guest of her parents Mr anrj Mrs Robert Clem ents of Randall avenue The Upper Chichester Home and School Association will meet this rve in nc Johnson avenue school Speares for Womens Finest Coats Speares for Misses Coats Speares for Junior Coats Speares for Low Priced Coats A GREAT SALE COATS moved to 210 Harvard avenue Varrell Drew daughter of Mrs i Lawrence Drew of Park avenue Urn nkinc I he Thin be Chi M Philomcna Cooper 206 I OlCtl t I ffirt t Jl no ft t rtf TTlrtO from Urookline William who attoiictrd Welsh street laceration of scalp Elea a minor operation on Sal Leilbm c Hcxtrr niirt1 Miss urday luxlri ivna Mlbs Miss Constanc Swarthmore cnrrt o owiiiLiimore Apinmems spent me hoiiss cuests j i nor Kelly South Fiftyseventh street injury to elbow Rny Kent n nrrt pent iu L eder the V Iho me Grove u nee have Parke and Mrs I uumm of Wshincton D C Philadelphia v i s L i c d Mr ind Mr7 Noimii A siluvui Dr Parke of Swarthmore relatives yesterday WiUinm A JRoxby of D C former Swarthmori rpicicni tiied very suddenly lasi wivk r Roxby was a brother of Dr John Bycrs Roxby of Cornel avrnur Mrs S G Bonsai nf Prrth Am boy is spending the winter in Swarthmorc Mr anri Mrs W R and William Conrfid were Swirilrnorc yesterday their soil ami wife Mr and MrSbJohV fool moncl Uavin 207 Lloyd street lacera tion of scalp Angus Richardson 320 Fulton street splinter removed from L 312 Fulton Emil Olsen of Philadelphia spent yesterday visiline his parents Mr nnd Mrs John OLscn of Fourth ave nue T New York Of JAMES ASK ELL Essington An nttcmptsd robbery at the West Ilvrd strrt spratu of American Store Powhatan avenue street burns of body Loutz NEW YORK Nov Let it be recorded then that the Flatiron building is perhaps the only i structure in the world which by its j shape influenced womens fashions i in dress Tha capricious wind run ins around the shape of that fan of Hnthfiway guiHl Miss Charlotte In Stone shoulder Ernest Walker 358 Fulton i frustrated early morni billowed up the skirts of uursi MSS inarmue EUIH rJtvprt nf ing when William ciifterd guard at conscious era and thc girls LibrnvUnvn Md Knenan street the Westinshotie Electric Company decided that they might as well do K Chivies Oil of Giilvn ivr on nf Broitgh 1014 while on jus wav home from Phila hc Job themselves So the short and nuo has rriurmd Vnnu the Uauita Ntrcot Incuration or nbI delphin drircied two men leaving shorter skirt began or so my ami g s vrutiers upon see Quarlan dcpanmcni tells me vesiiation showed I York is not rf ally th Values up to 559 S 98 Values up to Values up o elad coat question Speares most Dramatic alue this season With Squirrel Fox Persian Genuine American Badger i woman whos come to look stops surprise that at last shes found her Sizes 32 to to U OTHER GOATS Specially Priced 98 ant is rrcunfratinjt at IVT home Mr and Mrs T P lonrs of Fait Marhart avrnur eniTtaiivcd u hrdcr Friday evening when their KUCSI were Mr and Mr Taiil JiilliT nf West Philatlclpiiia Mr and Richard Zmn of Llnnrrch and Mr GAZING dfimcn Anna Kuhlrn fiD NrcIHvain store The Albrrt Fishrr R23 Ellsworth ing him fiod Investigation showed I York is 110t rally the focal street contusion nf heel Joseph that entrance to the store had been i Point from which all modern ini to the rest of bathtub for ex dear to the hearts nnd not unknown i uT iccl as thc safc n the rear ot the in olci EgTPtbut one which went out I ij 1C 17Alvl 1 i store had been badly damaged slvlc for many a long Special service was hed al St in facthc middle of the nineteenth Downs Clnymont Del contusion of Uained iv lw ijreakineof the large i provcments go out nrk John Brown nil Forrest street J frou wintiow Only small nuaiuii lllc lrim Takn thc 1 lacerxtion of alp Nowlin Carr J120 tics of slock had been disturbed and ample a luxury clea Limlay slrcrt nnger j it is thought that cash was their tlje Romans ant T rVT ijcct as trie safe in the rear of the in olci Egypt but one Tl V V I I r 1V I lvvJi51itil A study embracing every of iTh Easlrrn Star alrnciinx in I Johns Episcopal Church last century One Adam Thomson a i with thc members of thr Order of wealthy grain dealer of Cincinnati installed lhc first one I believe in i thriraiiic thV SixtyMiinth i body Rev Frederick Warden spoke i home That in 1842 LsKvt area has bren completed bv i ou Tnc tj Ruth A special I On December 23 of that year Mr ainhcni Miss i Thomson had a big tatr party mi ector concliiions at nine Beties person ICil if iv imnnrr in foilowing aides were months of November and March appointed OS is MacDonalri Virginia followed suit with a tas of Lester firrr ward Mrs i yearly on rach tub while Bos hnf ihr Rosn Village i ions elders decreed thc clem ihincs IIHI me oiuin Mrs jjary The drivcj could only be ujccl on a doctors which stutiav win continue prescription until Thanksgivirr Any contribution Well but 4hr funniest thing rljovit niiUr lus tid Maflic ImintK supplietl by N A iMOii cngnifor of the of High vays arcicient data furnished by Ciipan lirs I Corccnin of thr Ipprr police department He of tbc will be membership or lesshnt item is ihrv ii was whhpercd ta me by a gentleman named Ah the XRA of i Kyman who wvrs I a iprc 1 C at the rrniirst of inUollfc ViisK of the Upper hradcd by Essito vir 1 at ovrht1 trrs and who is not loo noted for his researches In he library S SHOPS in East Fiftyeighth Times Readers roruni ENr hfr wt oui of the writer J IATIS rvniu rrv PiUfburqh over vcrkrnci Miss Iannic of Wiinamakrr nvenuo and Mis Mildred Kriricr o Proprct Park wrrc the weekend Riirsis of Mr nnd Mrs John MAE CLARKE comeback nn the screen MaP Clarke rxotir actress takes timr rut from her work Jo post in ihh allurlnr manner for Ihc Mac ims a niw coiffure which shows her cars Ktiior Timer Vv wish to cismd TO IHV cifr for tnc tviblinv and cooprratiuii piven u in iVe piimvnr of our AimiMic1 Day piiv an Ve werr able to j poi nairely i The I Immaculate Hoar Crmfievy and the oilier a 1Xth Providence iivenur and to carry out the bcU parncies and i Jr or Riltimnre icerrmonics have had in our J 1 city for several years It would be in liaul matter to reach each and i 1 everyone that did ro many thincs to i lhcse event a MICCCSS Ue ask that you will exprcf throuch your paper our hearty thanks for the splendid cooperation on this occa f ion j I Very truly yours I Combined VntTans Civic and Pai triotic Association Joseph H Jeftrics Chairman of Memorial Committee anei in tap were ADD Mr and Mr John MaePhcrson Sr The firm of Gcrmanowvi nntl Mr and Mrs rtrcet which devotes its exclusively E Donovan of Milford Drl to the fUtliiR of bsby shoes were thc quests of Anna Boyd The kitchen dininc room of Stbas of Wanamikrr avenue yesterday tian Estrada colorful charactnr of Mrs Jcnnin Murphy of Philadel ihe east side waterfront with its phia was th1 wrikrml truest Of Mr stove and customers in eve and Mrs Rriicrt Cherry Of SUiric niiiK drcs1 on opera a venue Mrs Clara BOM nnd son William Boyd nf avenue riirnl th wrckend with relatives in Dover Del KtiWiird RoUi R d children and Mr and Mr GOIEO Ki of Kami avenue were the tiuesu friends in COTTON REMNANTS yd PIENTV OF niiKSS LKXGTIIS On Sale Tuesday Only Womens Misses UNDIES 49c Values ALLWOOL CHATHAM Reversible BLANKETS 94 1 Stepins and Panties Wanted shades and sizes BOYS TWEED The Epyptinn rrftiurmt in Vash incion street with iis rofTce no mere jpoon can dent The house of Ijalloous in i what Hir nnr SCKts and deals in nothing cco 9c 70x80 Wanted color combina tions Sateen bound 56x80 Part Wool BLANKETS 98c Sateen bound Replacement price SI 43 SOxiiO PART WOOL BLANKETS Please note the extra large size Sateen bound plaids NEW COMFORTABLES Specially Priced SEZ YOU Answers I Tni J Kilsc Asphalt J Th Clcrmont 1 S True f 7 Six yiarv S 9 Falfo Xoiw Ifi Tnis Shan nr thr Hindu tlaiu rr who fascinaJd tli town spend sev rTl niiiivitcs rvcvy movniug pvactlc ins eyebrow nnd eyelash fhittcrings assets in his art Wait Disneys Three Little Pig earned one million dollars the firt thrrc months Conrad Noacl is clue back in the fiesh on Broadway soon INCIDENT Not long T mentioned Man Ray the morismistlc phalopraphrr n Taris Ycsirrday a mnn fiori himrrlf ns Man Hays brother i called up and said IIP had 1 knew sonicthinj if lhr camera ex perts I didn Hr hiirnt horn in trn yrars and we thought ho might bo Sues 8 to 1G Replacement price Elastic bottoms MENS VE CONTINUED SALE of CURTAINS PAIR Piggniin leatliet Gray black nnd brown leather jrlovcs fully lined All sixes Every pair perfectly made Super quality French ion Priscillix Tailored Cottage Curtain Set Novellics SPEARE BKC I HEPS Full width and yards lonp   

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