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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              TOUR CHESTERTIMES CHESTERPA MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 1933 BRIEF NOTES OF MEDIA BOROUGH Social and Personal Items of Interest to the Local Residents STARS or RADIOLAND Members of We executive board of the Junior Section of the Womans Club of Media will meet this evening at 730 oclock at the home of Miss Amanda Leeper at Baltimore avenue and Jsckson street Mrs John E j BofTenmyer Is president of the Junior Section and Mrs Paul L Clark senior chairman Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Barrett of North Olive street are today observ ing the fiftyfirst anniversary of their marriage Yesterday afternoon the annual everv member canvass was lukcii at the First Baptist Church Media Miss Louisa Lawrence Wood debu tante daughter of Mr and Mrs Rich ard D Wood of Philadelphia will be the guest of honor at a theatre party followed by supper to be given by Mr and Mrs Samuel J Henderson of Farm Upper Providence near Media Mr and Mrs George Barnclt and Miss Sarah Barnett of Wilmington Delaware Mrs Seinder and Thomas Cook of Waterville near Chester were dinner guests last evening of Deputy Coroner George H Rigby and Mrs Rigby on West State street Mr and Mrs Robert Engle of Dobbs Ferry New York spent the with Media relatives Chan Bill and Jim Lee of West State Etrect went over to New York Cily yesterday Jim will enter rchool preparatory to going to college There were large attendances at the places of worship at the county seat yesterday Tomorrow evening Henri Scott baritone and the Nocka singers will give a musical in the Media High School auditorium Mrs William Smedley of Lima secured the talent Mr aud Mrs John P Houston Mrs John F Van Stan and Misr Carrie were recent guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Mousley at Johnsons Corner Samuel E Turner warden at the j Delaware county prison his sister Mrs Alice Turner Blain and her trrc t daughters Miss Ella Blain Miss Jane j A Blain and Miss Esther Blain attended i he funeral of Mrs Ella Antoinette Blain which was held Saturday from the home of her son Major West E Blain at Coneordville j Miss Winifred E Davies of Lon don England is the house guest of i Mrs Joseph Hill Brlrtton at her home The Crossvvays Upper Providence near Media Mrs F Rhodes Frisbie will be hos tess to members of her bridge club tomorrow afternoon at her home at Fourth and Jackson streets RADIO PROGRAMS Station WIl vir WAUC WCAU hrc qucmrj Kliys SCO SCO 010 sea 7CO 850 length Meters 5351 431 5 4338 3913 3l8ti 2383 All Schedules in Eastern Standard Time 1200 Home Hour Service Womans Hour Choir talk JVext Door Jim of Captain Dur Ijurougli liem Mix Summary rcryrt Shov of the Goldbergs Society Hour baritone orchestra Clihhons D00Harry Horllck Orchestra 9 of Joy program Commentator Smiths Parodlans Zollos Orchestra Orchestra 1215 a Theatre Presents 100 p News Fiddlers Orchestra Mrs Joseph M Gussaro the Work Love 1 Market Reports Jrlcdn A Lucht Koprnno What Waving I you licre nidio ftns are lie Fictions TalU ind they arrive in iiollywnnl for Ilicir first appearance in the movies As you may know llic Sisters Ikhens liave been featured entertainers with their singiiiK over tlic air lanes SHARKS SAID TO BE FINE EATING rumored invasion o these by sharks tickles Jimmy of Move Million Dollars Reported for Ronniirh tecltaOI notices by Shiiiks is line eating said Mr Anicella as he weighed out a couple of pounds of Puerto Rican devilfish na customer from Mulberry Bend Mv and Mrs Harry J Turner of Ssturday show a big clcmape property owners in Sharon lhil last i Every Thursday or Friday we get big 500 maybe 800 Ednysione called lart nvcning on assefsments compared with thoe povincls We selVit like nobodys dia friends Mr is manager j of some of the other ncss Tiger sharks hammcrhoaci of the Chester Times business office Mrs Julia Crucgcr Mfiguire of Morton was a visitor to ihe county seat Saturday MEDlTRESlDENT DIES SUDDENLY soaring increaso The decrease in the asseyment on properties in Sharon Hill totals S1C62000 it was learnnel yesterday from an authoritivc source H Duncan caused a flood then of course the little ofprotesi in tonic HI the pike towns j sharks a staple in this neighborhood We sell them every All them seacoast ern Chinese Japanese Sicilians active Spaniards and Portuguese from the spirit in the Sharon Hill Taxpayers know whats good They j League which made a iilit against rut sharksdevilfish the Mrs Pheobe Jane Megonigal aged j niRh taxes here last summer the best fish Why if a Sicilian gets a 71 rears wife of William S Mcgontax assessment here wns lowered dogfish and a cod on a double hook igai died suddenly Saturday evening j cause it had been too lush Quoliny he will take the dogfish off first in the Media Hospital where she i 1032 figures Mr Duncan said the under went an opcraiion for appcnrlij county taxes thnt your were SuOO citU tnrce weeks ago more than in Colirvd She was convalescing nnd was an more than in Norvocti GlOoOi jrore ticipaling returning 10 her home at than in and SS003 more 311 East State street Media at an than in Ridley Park parly dale Mrs Megonicnl had Armistice was with joyed her stippcr and wns chatting i a spcchil service ii Tuliy Mrmodal j mc a chKrc is insidc nisc lik m with her niece Mrs Lewis Palmer Presbyterian Cntirch Shivon Hill i vinic liver sine Mavbe of Middlctown who had called to sec last evening i tlats whv u f her Tiic Iweniyfifth of Mrs Palmer noticed a change in fully Memorial Ciiurch her aunts condition and calledMiss will be observed from Dcymber 3 to McCIoskey superintendent of the hosI December 10 inclusive I pital who happened to be in the next 1 The members of Sharon Hill Troop rcnm administering treatment to a 2 Boy Scouts of America which1 patient She went to Mrs Megon John W Lane is scoulmane i Radio Review Thcmins U Mnrilmlnlc Slcwnn plnnlst Flashes signal tnlk Curlis IJok Wllkenlug pl an Dalilprcn songs dross jlnnlsl 12 00 nnri MacDonatd Williams Orchestra Events Miniatures than Halls Orchestra Coates Revue Townors Smith tenor School ot the Air of Experience Eroughton 3 Trio University of the Air nnd Lady necltnl Movies Tattler Shots news Lights Orchestra Wip Blaclc and Blue and Sally Meter Listens Eddie Bonnellys Orchestra OrchestrR Weekly Movie Broadcast DrIVc Orchestra 10 Hews Service Hnys Orchestra Williams Orchestra Loma Orchestra 12 00 Winegars Or chestra 1230 a persons YOUK 1200 and Loretta Clemens Dromutlc sketch Glbbonb Victor Young Or chestra Orchestra Frank farker tenor of Joy with Captain Hugh Barrctl Dobhs Orchestra Lullaby Lpdy Gene Arnold narrator of lirolhera Hongs Rascals II to Edwin Booth Waltci Ilampden Katherlno Cornell Otlfi Skln nnr Oeorse M Cohan 1200 Langford con tralto 1215 a Theatre Presents Casts and Choruses of Champagne Sec and Hold Your Horses YORK 1200 Larccn organ Com modores Quartet Hall and Home Hour Mcrofl Orchestra M C A Chorus In Hollywood tketch Orchestra Guild Drama Mrs Moon Haht and Bob sketch Brim Dance Kevue Lady Orphan Annie S Army Band Lowell Thomas General R C Davis executive director New York Chapter American Red Cross n Andy Rose Marie and PcrlmuUer sketch 8 Sisters songs Kings Jes ters Harold Stokes Orchestra a30 Choristers Davis sketch Show Pastemack Orchestra Melody Singers orchestra Mary McCoy soprano Betty aBrthcll songs Sports Grantland Rice 10 Cherkassky piano Recovery Postmaster General James A Farley X Sisters of the Theatre Jccome Kern George Gershwin Sismond Romberg Vincent Youmnns and others 1215 a ns WEAF 1200 Belascos Orches tra 1230 H Lymans Orchestra Jack Little orchestra 1200 of Experience Nina Flashes Woman Looks at the World nnd Silver Mtustrcls and Ardcn Knights Orchestra Copelanti health talk 2 Debuts of Helen Trent Club nnd ODay with orchestra Club S Marine Band Nolans Orchestra 4 Plashes talk Alf Dclmcmt Tiny Band Moore Armstrong Tom Rogers Rangers Grey Back Interviews Box Myrt and Marge Plain Bill Music ou the Air Carter Marvelous Melodies 6am Crosby Manhattan Serenaders Rlchman Vincent Lope Orchestra Big Show Klnco Orchestra time Theatre of the Air Carter talk 11 Sisters Theatre Revue Gojiraiui reviews 1200 Bclascos Orchcs tra 1230 a Ijymans Orchestra time missing persons LARGEST BRONZE DOORS SAVE by buying all your foods and household needs at the AJP SPARKLE GELATIN DESSERTS CHOCOLATE PUDDING ROYAL GELATIN DESSERTS ind PUDDINGS Known Everywhere for Iks Fine Quality GRANDMOTHERS BREAD Slicd Wripp or Ptn Slictd or Untlicd 2Ooz LoF 8 Vienna or Rye uoi Unf 8c I Swedish Rye 1601 8c 100 Whole Wheat I Whole Milk Sliced Jimmy is one of a family who have sold fish on the dividing line between Chinatown and Little Italy since 1885 We sell a lot of sharks 10 medical schools too he went on wrnt them the heads on One day one of them doctors said to xcv Vov Richard Lelborl 12 Rox Baltic Ensemble Dick Fiddlers Orchestra 115 Merchants Association of New YORK 1200 Voice of Experience Nlrmr songs Flashes Miniatures Halls Orchestra Welfare Speaker Round Towners of Helen Trent School of the Air Eerenaders 3 Voice of Experience S Marine Band Poiars Orchestra News Flashes Recital Tiny Band the Air Tonight Dictators Armstrong Tom Rogers Benson Sunny Jim Van contralto Muctc Box and Marge Plain Bill on the Air Boakc Carlcr Bakers C Hill Crosby Leonard Knytons Orchestra Ecrenaders of Champions Big Show Kinds Orchestra Service Evans baritone Sisters Gray1 Orchestra recently com pletcd city and county building buil at a cost of contains the largest bronze doors in the J larger even than in St Peters in i Rome The doors are 26 feet It also contains the largest single piece of granite in a modern slab weighing 27 tons Warner Brothers Theatres NRAWe Do Our Part f f IShows What Every Wants and What She Gets IRENE J DUNNEj IN with Conrat Nagcl 5 Edna May Oliver J Valtcr Huston J Bruce Cabot f WASHINGTON ical iinmediiely but found she had nVMd avvsy Mrs Mcsonigal ivc Sahrii T ana Elizabeth akinR preparations for an irnpor i anl Scinit known ns the was p daughter of Green Bar Coiucvnce will ieid On Satuniay De Baktr and was born in Upper Provi cemter 2 ni ihe Sh iari Elxvpys resided m Memorial buildiiiR Sharon and The tronp vill York luncheon Hotel Astor Industrial Balance In the Recovery retary of Lnhor Frances PcrKlns Choir direction John F Williamson Book Mar tin Fields Review James tenor and Grant Colleges Henry A Wallace Secretary o Agriculture j ne Lcath ijoncs NTv A ATfl tV Radio Can Do for the Par ia j 1 i i j x I pnts and Children In this IFs OF A POP TPYV Brndforri National ilJO VI ijjrjjV 1 Congress of Parents and Teachers of Tom of Perkins 6 by Curtis Bok Bcasley songs London Radio City Believe It or L Rlpley Wallace songs South ernalrGS and Atancr and Joseph Square Fiircrai services wilbe helci Wed Iccday aiernoon RI 2 oclock at her Its residence 311 East Stale street R A L La them vill officirlc In crmeni vill be in Media cemetery Ccats street TlKpucsi bp Frank Morny supfrviriirs prin cipal at the Svviuthmorc school Anna McDcvitt aged 65 years wictcw of Michael McDevitt of Springfield clird in the Media Hos iiital Fridy night Mrs McDcvitt whc resided with her daughter Mrs McCann hud been vUitinrj lier friend Mrs McDonald at Elwyn avMitinjr a bus when she was stricken with apoplexy She fell in the roadway and a passing mobile pu her in his car and took her to ilie hospital j Thn funeral will be held tomorrow i Tnlorment will be at the Old Cathcj dial cemetery Philadelphia DIA DINNER i ANNIE E KENT CLAIMED BY DEATH Media PUPILS L VISIT C iits of Ridley visu Ihe court tomorrow mcl will MK Annir E Kent ased 71 years dressed by Judcc Albert Mc of Frederick M Kem Sr died in his A sinvlar East BuiI visit vill be illness of School Rrcny a i the yrrsierciay at her home 30 limorc avcrir a tier an Fevrral dunnion She was born ii Monsomery county Knd was i ciauchler of the iaic Mr and Mrs Joel ilendrirkson a i t Mss Ken a a member of the MrclJuir fn Prshylerian Cimrrh Surviving arc her lnrbant iud sons Frederick M Kent Jr of Mccin pid Potter Kent of crton N J The fuPerTl will bo from she Risby uncral home 110 Vr1 Smo J Rev Edward E RMn of ihe Vviliirssifnrci Presbyterian will cfficatc Interment be at Mrciin rnve tery by Darliv on of rpis of functions j the Media Mrr Thonrjs llnurhrny ai iho Media Urriav to her f A pletfant surprise birthday din ner served in honor of Mrs Hsiiina H on Snluvday eveM niiis This tlfliqhiliil isftair was arj rasirjed by Mrs Abbie 5 Miller a hfelong frienrl and wns served by MM Edna E Miller at her home on i North Orange siren Mrs the of a bouqiiei of white and yelj low chrysanthemums The Bursts pesent in pdcnlion to fie above iucludcci Mr and Mrs i Yamall Bella Wood rtiw Mrs Jnne Lawj riTice Hannil Y Johnson Miss D Milloi John Milton j Harrv R Miller and T CUT fovtl Pitt ITS T1K TllK IK TMi TOWN1 EAGLE GR5LL 15i E St Cor DcsHons IlKASANT SVUnOlNDJNGS AND Iinnr Show nvcry Niiht YMlAHIK IKIXK AWARD COMK KAIUY THEATRE MEDIA Today Tnesday lIUIAN IIAIIVEV AND IKW AVRES MY WEAKNESS JAHK KITCIIEXWARK TO Tin LADIES TONIGHT Mntinr Daily i30 DO oun LOWEST PRICES IX CHESTER RICES i n I r ER 1UC IOC THIRD AND RFANEY TODVV AND TOMORROW MATINEE TODAY 33 MARIE DRESSLER and WALLACE I3EERY in ANNIE APOLL A 1IOYD TODAY ONLY MATINEE DAILY 2 P M ANN CARVERS PROFESSION THK TENTH CHAPTER lUXK JONES In Cordon of Ghost CHy Elctm A Tom Thumb Wedding wis presented by tlirchildren of Krni Methodist Eprcopri Sunday School in the house or Friday cveiuvtp a 3 for she benefit of tir Eiam Fpvorth Leijue The cat m ciurictl Murial Zctalcy Alfred Movisley Auorny Stardbrirlpc Anra Patricl Pear Edifh Teal Helen Grrlricie KeUain Rebecca LoviCS Sweeney Frances Patrick Jn Unby Miriam Chanti lev Jeiui Fnrl Forwood Hnrrict CliAncilfr Frank GrayHelen Hnwrll Urban Harvey Uoop Jr William Deiancy Isaac Watkin Jr Honrr Gmhrie Edward Austin Lois William Tallcy Tiiliey Louiss Whitlcde ronri Evelyn Forvvood riorcnrr Roop nicely to ihe i r Wriqht 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