Monday, November 13, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania CHESTER PA MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 1D3IJ THREE PROSPECT PARK PROTEST MEET Taxpayers League ranges Session in School Tomorrow Ar il ish Night IIICU LIGHTS OF HISTORY THE IUJCKSKIN A CURK KOK Hy J CAKKOU LUMHAGO KiKisi MANSKlKLt i s iMieut onue Announcement in made of a mass meeting to protest ngunsl incrcsserl assessments on properties in Prospect Park to be lick tomorrow night at 8 oclock The meeting sponsored by the Prospect Park Taxpayers League will be held nt the high school audi torium al Tenth street and Wash ington avenue Harry Corny sll avenue will preside Thirteenth chairman Leo Fine of No 5 Boat House row Tinicum township was arrested Friday morning in the act police say of si silling eight loaves of bread and four doxpn crullers from a chain store at Washington avenue and Chester pike Prospect Park by Patrolman Archie AlscKenxie Fine admitted ihe charge and also ad mitted stealing bread and rolls on two other occasions and at a hear ing before Justice of the Pence Louis Geier Friday evening was discharged after signing a peace bond for one year John McCafterty of Lincoln ave nue was arrested Friday by Chief of Police George Wood on a warrant charging him with drunkenness and disorderly conduct He sent to Media jail for a period of thirty days Thc welfare meeting of Ihe Jacob It Jordan Memorial Bible class held on Thursday at the home of Mrs George Davis of Ninth avenue Mrs Samuel Norton chairman of the committee presided and others present included Mrs Joseph Oberlc president of the class Mrs Hutchinson Mrs K Johnson Mrs James Smith Mrs Charles Grafly Mrs William Dunkle Mrs Jacob R Jordan Mrs William Stowe Mrs William Jorgensen and Miss Anna Thomas The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Thomas of Tenth avenue Mrs Benjamin P Moore of Park square and Mrs Clarence W Colkilt of Summitt avenue entertained at a tea for the benefit of the Womens Civic Clubat the home of Mrs Moore on Thursday afternoon FEW MIWUTES LATER HOWDYCH I LLUNSlSE I WTO DC WOODS TO FIWt MEAN ICeQUIET SPOT FOA LlL NAPWITH PISMARCMIKI MY LUMBAGO IS TROU8LIM ME f JOOHE PARTY WAS DEL AYE C AT LOOK WHOS THAT MAM RUKIKIIkJG THI5VJAY 7HEACOPEWT TO MIKE STOWERS BETTY BOW WHY ITS UWCLE 5MAPRACH AUTUMU UJOOP5 CjATHEDlNG CHESTNUTS BUT LOOK WHATS COMIN BEHINO UMCLE AINT YOU FORGETTIK1G YOUR LUMBAGO Uncle Wi UXCLK WIGCILYS JlK TREE By HOWARD R GARIS Copyright 1933 by H R Garis Uncle Wiggily was whistling laugh ing and singing in his hollow stump bungalow one morning You seem very happy this morn ing said his wife as she looked at thc cars of all her fortylcven sixteen program presented included oos by Mrs John McCay and a groiip of Italian and Irish readings by Mrs Vernon Parry chairman of dramatics at the Century Club of Chester Others attending included Mrs Edwin C Deibler president of the club Mrs A P Stackhouso Mrs Albert D Forrest Mrs Henry R Beck Mrs Jacob R Jordan Mrs James Smith Mrs Chtirlcs C Miller Mrs Jamc5 Gallagher Mrs Lcws I Thomas Mrs J Burton Haines Mrs Howard E Carlisle Mrs J R Pat ton Mrs A H Gordon Mrs A B Kyner Mrs Walter E Alvord Mrs George Tulloch Mrs William F Myers Mrs George W L Butler Mrs Anna Daguc Mrs Frank W Simmons and Charles L R Myers i The primary department cf the Prospect Par Methodist Sunday school taught by Richard P Clark of j Eleventh avenue held p pcstHaij loween party in the basement of thc church on Friday evening Mr Clark was in cnafge of genera arrange ments assisted by the teachers of the department including Mrs Donj aid Smith Joshua Furmann Miss Elizabeth Rolph Edwin C j Deibler Jr and Mr and Mrs Lav rence W Smith i The membership committee of the I Fricndiy class of the Methodist 1 Church will meet tomorrow at the I home cf Mrs Harry Cares of Tenth n venue and Mrs Klare Kephart of Lincoln avenue entertained their j card club on Saturday evening the puests including Mr and Mrs EcUvin C Deibler Mr and Mrs Leroy Snycicr and Mr and Mrs Gordon Granger The young matrons committee of the Womens Civic Club met on Fri day evening at the home of Mrs Charles Holm of Sixteenth avenue with the chairman Mrs Walter F Barber in charge The program in cluded an address by Mrs John J H Phillips president of the Dra wcirc County Federation of WomenV i Cluba who described experiences and of the annual state con Jvcntion held at Pittsburgh early in October Miss Euphcinin Whitloci pave sev eval vocal selections accompanied by Mrs Karry D Given nt the piano i The committee in charge of freshments and program included Mrs Montgomery G Musser Mrs Gordon Granger and Mrs A H Shown iter Others attending included Mrs EMLs Abrams Mrs John D Allteon Mrs Clarence Cooper Mfs Joseph Cradciock Mrs Alfred Hoffman Mrs KussHll Kerns Mrs Walter B Mrs Albert Mansurc Mrs Charles L R Myers Mrs Warren Wooaring Mrs Albert Dcger and Mrs Roy Mc Kninht Rrv Leslie K Richardson pastor nf the Olive Presbyterian Church used as his topics in his sermons The Book of Joshua yesterday morninsr nnd Will thc Saints Judge the World last evening i Saturday was known in all Prot rslant Episcopal churches rs Quiet Those rabbit children to make sure they clean enouSh io go to sehool I vocal mea the rabbit children haa to go children had to school though of course they took their cars with them I am very happy said Mr Long cars Why asked Nurse Jane Fuzzy who skipped in to lake the j think it was had hung the rake there j Anyhow Uncle Wiggily helped eat the j cake and now I suppose he is hopiiiR j hell find a pie on some other tree j So thats what he means by a pie I tree said Longears j j I think so squeaked Nurse Janel As for Uncle Wiggily away he hopped over the fields and through the woods until he was far far away from his hollow stump bungalow I hope I may find a pie tree said the rabbit gentleman to himrelf as he twinkled his pink nose for he was hungry AH of a aidden looking through the trees which had lost many of their leaves for winter was coming i Uncle Wiggily saw in one something bright and shining in the sun I wonder if that can be a diamond ring thought the rabbit If it is even though I dont find a pie tree Ill pick the ring and take it home to my wife I didnt know diamond rings grew on1 trees Well they dont as you know ex1 cept maybe sometimes Santa Clans may tie a diamond ring on a Christ inas tree But Uncle Wiggily didni stop to think of that Anyhow this wasnt a Christmas tree They grew farther oftin the woods Yes that may be a diamond whispered the rabbit gentleman Ill get it for my wife Keeping his pink twinkling nose pointed at the bright and shining ob ject in the tree Uncle Wiggily hopped nearer and nearer to it until he could cee was Tishc a diamond ring after all ha exclaimed disappointed like and sorry But a I live and breathe he exclaimed It h a bright nnd i shining pie tin Hurray Ive found I a pis tree after all Hurray True there was no pie in ths shiny tin plate that was resting in flic breakfast dishes out and let tnsm blow soap bubbles with the gas ctovc 1 Because I am going adventuring 1 said Mr Longears and I may find a S pie tree j With that away he hopped skipped j and jumped still singing laughing and whistling Not all nt the same j time you understand You couldnt j do that yourself But Uncle Wiggily j could skip and whistle hop nnd sing 1 and jump and laugh Jut you trv i ithat What in the world does he mean j i asked thc rabbit ladyOf Nurse Jane ns Uncle Wiggily was seen hopping toward the woods I havent the least idea said the lady housekeeper Of course the other day he found a chocolate cake in a bakery bor hangj ing on a iree branch Uncle Wiggily i thought Ihc cake miaht have grown nn what he called a cake tree But it j turned out that Mr Twistylail I j branches of thc tree just over the rabbits head The plate was empty thought as he looked closely Uncle Wiggily could see little Hakes of pie crust clinging to it Theres been pie on that as surely as my pink nose twinkles whispered Mr Longears And from the smell he went on sniffing and snaffling from the smell I should say it was carrot pie Im all right Ive found the pic tree Some one must have picked nnd eaten that carrot pie which grew on i ihis bright and hiny lin plnie Thai S pie is gone but if 1 wait a little while J another pie will grow on this tree and I can take it off thn plate and eai it i This is a pie tree all right i Laughing singing and whistling Uncle Wiggjly took out his watch and looked at it Then he looked ip at thc tree to see if another pie was growing on it But ho saw none C have plenty of tijne h said Ill sit down under this tree and wait for a pei to grow I hope it i a turnip one I love turnip pic So Uncle Wiggily iat down under he pic ires and romcthing happened very soon Ill tell you about it to morrow night when the story will he Uncle Wiggily rnd Hie pie plate But please dont lot the hoptoad jump over the back of the chair or it may fall on the head of cabbage LEAPYEAR BID SPOILED RIDLEY PARK II S LEAGUE Session of Interest is Scheduled for This Kve Hkiey pxrl Home and School I rimon will meet in he Nthool iiudiUtriiim ihis ivenim at It oclock Tlu program will be by the I Child SUidy Club wilh Dr K Morri I KorRHjsson 01 Swarthmorc as iiest i peiikir The subject of Dr JVr j addnss will be Sllu alion Approach in ChuracUr Kdu cntion The naiiomvide May nf Prayer for the IVMT of the World sponsored by ihi1roleslant Kpiscopal Cluirch wns observed in Chvin Church Rid ley Pirk on ai a pcI rlod of quiet from 9 a m unlil 12 m The vickly mretliiK of RidUy Pnk Troop J Hoy Scoius of Anuriin held in liy Seoul cibin on lriciay evcniiiK in rViarra of Assisant Kcoulmnslcr Willinm Mohr Scant John C Faster of the Southern District Drlawiire and Montgomery Comities Council Boy I Scouts of America was a visitor The urealer part of die evening was spent In passlnn test with a horl period ol The Stouts wire uiven instruction rettardinn the Novrmber Oourt ol Honor lo be held in tljirist Church parish 1iriuse tomorrow eviiiiin and rcfijrdiiv llu Coifcr io be held al this Sharon Hill Melhfidisl Fplanpii Liiuuh uii Kai rrdiiy Dccvmbcr I to which all older ScOJIs who arc patrol or who hold other oMUial posliinns in the troops of the Southern Oislrict are Invited Ridley Park afjuln won the honor of holding the monthly Court ol Honor by having the greatest number of merit badge applications of any troop in the district i Rehearsal for the annual senior class play at the high school are proKrcssins under the direction of Ralph H Sharer faculty advisor for the of The production this yenr Is en slroil entertained at bridge on TlHirsduy evening in honor of her sister Mrs S F Gardner of i intilon Her tiuests ttlsci included Mrs Wll lliliil Lurson Mrs William 1 Cor noK Mrs Frederic Bonnet Mrs Jr win li MucFhvet Mrs Nornuin I Moclul Mrs Harry Hume and Mrs Inik Mrs J Wesley Hill Mrs Horace nnd Mrs John C Ocniessc ol Mrs LeHny Gilliert of Harrison stivci rnlerliilned ill M iiuvwcll i luncheon bridge nnd handkerchief shower in honor of Mrs Arlbur It Kitchen of Shaw road on Friday tlUrnoon i Her also included Mrs Hurry i H Bales Miss Manucriie Helms Mrs lwtoriik A Warden Mrs YVJui i ren Ci imlbcri Mrs Kduar Forrest Wolff Mrs Hiiuy F Miller Mrs Frank 11 Olden Mrs George H Ilir lin Mr 1Vrdmand S Knmvlcs Mrs Hurry Davis Wlmmorr Mrs David 11 i Gallagher Mrs Frank K Given MIS Holland li Meyers Mrs Denny W Jones Mrs A Sheldon Wordk Mm Richard W Hsuicii of Ruitey Park Mint Mis Alexander A Colhmm of Gleiuildcn i Mrs Robert 11 McCaduen Ji of Hurrion sued cnlTiamed at a luncheon brdue on Friday iiilemoiui when her idieM1 Included Mis Koljcit MolVett of Swarllimorc and Mrs Albert McCiuisand Mrs Hichard Keei1 MIS May Molfett Mrs K Garland Mrs irvln 8 Covinton Mrs T Homer Cherry and Mrs Kd mund R Kramer of Jiidlcy Park j Mrs Cluirlcs K SiUiiCf who hns been at the home of her iler Mrs Philip M Harvey in Jcnkinlimn following u recent operation in Presbyterian ilos piia1 Philadelphia has returned to her home on Morton avenue Mrs Savuso who was confined to he1 hoini with illnss for several j weeks before her removal lo the hos pitat is much improved in health i Alan S Woodle a student nt SI j John College Annapolis Mel spent the weekend ill his homo on Tome si reel i Richard Woodman of Tenufly N J nnd William Reese of Haliimore ehijiimUes at St Johns ColleRC were luncheon juiesls of Mr Woodle on Saturday Robert Uentlcy of Crcsswcll slrcel a sludcnt at Avon Old Farms School the weekend In DELAWARE NEWS TOLD IN BRIEF Social ami fkneral Notes From Hie Stale to the South of Us ItlXOKl TOMATO GKOWN OLEAN N tomato believed to he the wasous record was grown by Mrs Lena Hayes It weighed a pound mid in ounces and was pro duced uccorclhiK to Mrs Ilayes with noniKil cultivation and without the nid of sjiiclal ii milking hei horn ter Mrs Gilbert R Helliius Ridley avcnve Mrs John Lautx of HufValo N Y and John li Wilhamy of Wynne wood were dinner unesis of Mr nnd Mrs A Sheldon Wooclk of Tome street on Saturday evening Louis P Clark of Vrnlnor N J were vveiiiid nucsts of Mrs Josephine K Kindlon of Enst Rid ley avenue Mrs S Gardiner of Washbmton spending everal as ihc miesl of btV sirter Mrs IeRoy S Con ol Barker street Cupid got busy in a leap year way while John James Latham inmate of the Bnrnstaple England poor house was waiting for the 55000 prohiird him in csttlemrnt cf aclaim in Phil adelphia for back wages A wldov rt HannvsrUi wrote proponinc mar riage and reminded Latham That it is leap year Latham already haa a wife titled Poor Nut a college play and includes the entire clnss meni Avon Conn spent bershln of HO students j Ihe boroiiRh AMtstiiH Air Sharer in ihc produci Mae Niesley lion arc Greila Scott William Boatty Gertrude Cox and Norman Evans of the snior class i The piny will be yivcn the latter 1 part of November j The missioiiary meeting of the Womens Guild of he First Baptist i Church will be held al the home r Mrs John Fdward Pcllurbildgc in the Ridley Manor apirlmenls lomor row ui 8 oclock Hi review of thc mission study book The j Failing Lriahi will be continued at this meeting The Park branch of the Chris Temperance Union will meet on Wedncsdny ni the Presbyterian Church Luncheon will be served at 1230 oclock The bimonthly mretimj of Christ Church Guild will be held in the parish house on Wednesday in all day session artinr at 10 oclock Sewing will be clone on lor the Needlework Guild and the Amer ican Red Cross A box luncheon will j i be served f The annual meeting and inaathcr ing of garments of iho Ridley Park branch oE Ihe Guild of 1 America will be held in the Sunday rchool room of the Presbyterian Church on Thursday nfternooh A short business meeting will be heid ni 3 oclock folio wed by a inus icl ten wiirn Ihe jirosrasn will be j under the clirccticn of Alia Mary Elinbelh Oylcr music supcr visor at Ridley Park schools i Mrs LeRoy S Converse cf Barker Tin HIISNCX County Club Inslilvito wni belli in the community house Laurel wilh Century Club mem bers net I UK us Mrs Kiiymond Fiivlow jircsiiliiil of tht liiiirvl dim cMinded liivrl HlKs to lhvisitors WHS by Mrs lun W McCsibe ol Kchuboth Miss Amy Ciuidncr slide mi chnlr iniui tiKciisMd I he subjtcl nf Ail In the Club followed Innn iulcjiTss by Mrs A Con chnirmin of Uic lUparlmtiil of inlcncilloiuil relations ihc sliilc federation Tlie Ihiiil annual voiiillotuil Jail Is tu lie held In ilu1 school gymnasium nexl Tliiirsduy and IYiduy M M Price InstruiUir in aisriculturr lhe liiir ays lhiiit will be even Ijitier than the two lull The voeattonal iiiUiculHuv and home economics together with tin manual iirls aiul the ail diparliuenls will bo represented by exhibit il lie fair JniiuK A Kill a lormor employe of the Victor lynn Truck Dover who was one id the drivers ol a Iruel of the company some months aio vvhleh one ol the drivers was killed when the trueh collided wilh a tree on Ihc slate highway north of Dover wa nniiivned bimc Marl in Cuunof Common tlcus on o ricklis driving Hi pleaded guilty the churno and was liivd In leliuill ol payrient j of line Km was nmiuuhd to Kent I county juil Kobblns Hose Company were ealled mil to a fire in a on Ktrkwoud strict nut lar Irom looekesson Mveei Dover which is supposed tu have eauylit lire Irom a short circuit on an uuiomoliile in tin1 Tin Seaford Chuplei of Future Farmers of America was host lo the Bridtevilh chapter nl an interclub meelint in Seaford Central School Ilans were made for a small farm products exhibit which the local chapter will sponsor this year on December 7lh and llh MALLAS FAMILY DENTIST Kntlrn IamlliM Coiue fo Me foi llrii Hfiitjl father ami tJhlldrriv AVcikly or Monthly Teeth Extracted Each Tooth Except IJroicii or Wisdom of Philadelphia wilh her dauah uf Eun DonI I a lie calomel HERES HEW HEALTH FOR YOUR LIVER Now hanisli fed hriiit h like a pimpkH million PLATES Thcjr Fit Thej Thai tired mornint that the mom h if and win back frowsy feeling in the daikbrown laste In you would banish them buoyant health donl j expect relief from salts mineral oil or caiidy and chcrvvini liiim laxatives 1UOM rONTliNTKI For such remidics only move the I bowels While chances arc youre one KELSON B cows are sal of the thousands Millcrins from slirs Islircl with hay but onethat relished sish liver which nit yield sutti fcderal lettuce caused George Fieldr cient pniples blcmishps house considerable financial cmbar hemiachcs brcnth and a general rasrinicnt Reiurning home recently j rundown feeling he discovered he hrd lost his wiillet what von nerd is something which conlninlnp four S10 and two SJ bills thoroughly btu harmlessly upon KetricviitK his steps he came across llle ivcr in Dr Kdwards Olive cow contcmtdly nuinchlim his Tablels you will find thai something which the bile flow i A successful substitute for calomel I these famous iableis coiunounded ct pure vegetable insrcrticius and have been praised for years by mil lions To get and keep the bile flowing inr constipation skin troubles nnd win back Unit fine of to money He managed to save only one 510 niul n S2 bill Help Kidneys elf jioflrlr fiinctionir z Kidntyi cnil yiju KUfTer ftcirn CIcttirj tip KiicumatTc Itchinjr or Acidity try the lix yuu i Misfit or Broken Plates Repaired Quickly All Work Dime In My Own Laboratory Which Means A Saving To You FILLINGS THE KIND THAT LAST 00 1 money your ctruiiyist for Dr Edwards Olive Tablets today 15c GOc Hours 9 AM lo 3 PM DR MALLAS 623 Ldxmcnt ftvenuc I IT TAKES HEALTHYNERV TO BE A CHAMPION BRONK RIDER STOP THAT COLD THE FIRST DAY A culil omc rooted is a cod j danger Trust to no niakchifl I i methods A cold bcms an internal j infection calls for internal treat ment A cold cals for a CO1 remedy and not a preparation cond for a of other things as droves Brnmo Quinine is what a cold requires It is ex prcssly a cold remedy It is internal mid it does tlic four munioii nnd intercessions from 1030 a m to H 30 a m Prospect Park firemen were called wit about 3 oclock Saturday atter noon to put out a Held ire at Fourth and Lafayette avenues Thc liisn winds endangered a number of homes in that vicinity Prayer Day and rt the local Epbj things necessary It opens thc bowI copal Church Rev Paul R Reind old crms ami i hiudt who is recovering from a long in thc SVstcm relieves thc j headache and jfrippy feeling aivl tones and fortifies the entire tern Anytliin less than that is iu vilin trouble let droves Inxativc Bromo Quinine at any tlriirpisl HOc and iOc AsU for it by the full name and accept no substitute nn any proj text TAX ASSESSMENT MEETING All properly aimers arc invited to attend a public mcctina nl Odd Fclloics Temple 81 h and Sproul Streets Chester on Tuesdaycvc ninff November Iflli at S oclocksharp io consider plans lo effectively protest against ihc proposed cily and tax assessments TIic residents of thc 10th and llh wards in Chester hare been increased on county assessments and sJioitld he particularly iti tercsled in this JAMES L RANKIN RIDE EM COWBOY Every second is crowded with danger for Eddie Woods twice allround cowboy champion at the fa mous Calgary Stampede It sure takes healthy nerves to stay on board m fighting bronk Camels are my smoke MVI Eddie Woods They never jangle my nerves En m K WOODS one of the top hands of thc cowboy worlri says Ten seconds on Ihe hack nf an outlaw horse is about thc harrict punishment for a mans nerves that anybody can imagine To have nerves that cin take it I smoke onlv Camels Ive tried them all but Camels arc my smoke They have a natural mildness and I like their taste better Most important of al Camels do not jangle rny nerves even when 5 light up one Camel after another If are nervous jumpy inclined change tu Cimci Your own nerves and taste will confirm the fact that this milder cigarette niada from costlier tobaccos is better for steady smoking CAMELS COSTLIERTOBACCOS NEVER GET B J Ktrscldi Tobuw Coopdf