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Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAYNOVEMBER 13 1033 FIVE DARBY OBSERVES ARMISTICE DAYi Veterans of Foreign Wars Stajce Colorful Night Procession BILL PRESENTED AND OKAYED Darby veteran members of Corporal William C GreifKU Post 598 Veterans of Foreign Wars harked buck to iniB Saturday night in a coovful parade through the streets of the borough in celebration of the signing of the Armistice 15 years ago The parade in three divisions formed at Main and Water streets CoUvyn with Captain H w Tschudin of Aldan as marshal and Captain George Morris burfesselect of Darby and George Powell past commander of Greifzu Post as aides The crack bugle and drum corps of Greifzu Post in command of Drum Major Frank Moxley led the first division which also included Ihe Wal ter G Allen Post V F W of Yoadon Willie G Chllcls Colored V F W Post of Darby Oreifzu Post and auxiliary of Darby and Sergeant Howard I Rahn Camp No 132 United Spanish War Veterans of Darby Salvation Army Girl Guards of Darby and Troop 1 Boy Scouts of i America of CoUvyn Greifzu Post had a float in line depicting a battle scene Thn second division headed by the Collinsdale High School Band in cluded a float ottered by Elsie Re bekah Lodge of Odd Fellows and de picting Rebecca at the Well while Darby Lodge No 847 Loyal Order of Moose had two decorated cars in line The third division included Col lingdalc Fire Company Number One j Collingdale Fire Company No 2 Fol croft Drum and Bugle Corps Colwyn Fire Company Number One Darby i Fire Company Number One McHenry j Fife and Drum Band and Darby Fire Patrol No 2 Following the paradeIhere was an informal dinner for members of j Greifzu Post and auxiliary at Me morial Hall Main street and Ridge avenue Robert M Clutch of 1134 Main street department historian of the Pennsylvania Department United Spanish War Veterans was one of the speakers at an impressive Armis tice Day service at the War Mothers monument in WLsler Park 20th street and Belfield avenue Philadelphia Saturday afternoon Within the wooded confines of the small cleaving in Wister Park there was unfolded an impressive picture In which a Darby group was proud to have a part in the centre of all the splendid figure of a majestic woman her arms resting upon the shoulders of two men a soldier and a sailor kneeling at each side of her As a background of the SOCIAL EVENT AT Aid Croup motes Successful Partv Pro Card higher grades of Ihe Olenolden Scott avenue suffered an injury to Grnmmnr School entertained with im her eye during gymnasium at Ihe GleaNor High the GleaNor follow pupil struck lun1 linger Hivtl Siliotil when hor In iho eye A successful card and rnclio parly vns given on Friday evening in the Boonc avenue school auditorium at llenolden sponsored by the Ladles Society of the Congregational hureh Mis Charles Selby and Mrs Howard Slieppnrd were in of Ihe radio and Mr and Armistice Day program In the iiurtl torium The program opened the Ring ing of a patriotic son Poems were recited by Jnmes Kennedy Kulh Shull Alexander Mitchell Dorothy Simpson and Holly Fnhlen The piognvm also Included a read ing by Doris Lewe scenes During the World War presented by grade 511 When the Armistice was Signed I Is not definitely Mt but notices will by grade 6H and Why we Want be sent lo each property owner dur Peacc by grade OS ing the week The entertainment concluded by i The assembly period of November group singing and the sounding of I a at GlcnNor lllih School was de voted to the motion picture entitled afternoon Ihe Cadet Days commemorating Armls lesl of the riilsc in assessment vulucs i on properties Arnuigements are also I being made fur the cltlwivs to march lei the Prospect Jlrehouse November 0 The for the On Wednesday monthly ndenuwn meeting of the Womans Club will be held at the tice Day The picture covered cadet diiys lis Edward A Daniels of cards Sharp avenue home of Mrs John A Gillesple 313 West 1olnt from the lime of enroll lr and Mrs Jacob Hivcll and William McCuen nssisled Mrs ment to Mrs Charles Musser of Lunsdmvuc I The liltn wis procured through the will be the gviesl speaker and will j courtesy of Freda 1 Biumincr Guests present from Philadelphia 1 address the members and thrli and Hussel liiinljcrfter luembers iharon Hill Collingdule Norwood i guests on the subject Conservation of the facnltv the borough included Mrs Edith vlann Mrs Anna Roper Mrs Mary Schcel Mrs P Leinhauscr Mrs Lillian Buchanan Mrs G Lawrie Mrs R Levls Mrs Lillian Roan Mrs Lillian Pulton Mrs Pauline Schacfer Mrs C Caller Mrs Nor man Fulton Mrs H D Sanderson Mrs David Morrow Mrs Elizabeth Baumann Mrs F Lyons Mrs Ralph Larrimore Mrs Edward Twomey Mrs Fred JJonsall Leslie Milne W Schcel F Schcel Charles Bauuinn William J McCuen Frank W Roan t Thomas L Roper M Laikin Francis j on the first ofa series of six char nnd the Indians of Ihe Southwest After the showing of the picture There will be pictures and exhlbils William F II Godson r a former A plant exchange will lake place student nt West Point and u inem whiii guests will exchange bulbs j bcv of faculty gave personal In roots plantsor seeds which will be cidenls Iroin his own cadet labeled 3n eommomoration of Armistice Day Rev Charles V Deininger pas tor of Ihe Presbyterian Chmch preached at Ihe morning service yes terday on the theme The Quest of Peace John C Crawford rendered solo Broomall The thlrleenlh annual Collingdale Colllngdnle Fire Company Number One will share honors with Darby Fire Pntrol Number Two In assisting the fifth district of the Delaware County Firemens Association to en lertaln theKeystone Fire Chiefs Association a stitto orgnniHilion next Saturday Ihe sessions will begin at Darfoj flrehouse Moore ind Chestnut strcels Darby at 10 a m After dinner is served there will foe iv visit lo the Glenolden plant of Sharp it Dohme afternoon and evening sessions ii Colllngdtile riiehouse and a demon strntiun of fire apparatus in Colling da I The Hev Marlon G Ricluvn Vieacbed two sermons of interest a the Firs Lutheran Church of Col Ungdale yesterday Tho subject ol hi morning theme wns A God Honorei Man In the evening he spoke on The Bread of Life A series of evangelistic services was begun yesterday at Ihe Church of the MncDade and Staley n venue with the Rev John Thomas of Wlluwre Ky in charge Ihe services marked by i spirited shiflni of Gospel hymns will Iconlinuc for a period of two weeks The student council of Collingdale am Eunice Cole Frank McMullin aul Donnelly and Rcglna Kelly are ophomore members Freshmen on he council arc Mwgaret Baumcrt lohn ItHBcnbnrth Dunbar Pauling Iclcn Shallcross and Marie King Results obtained by others vours Chester HISPtRED Great Complexion Secret pO her frfcm she con whitr skin lvnx iijjo Icarntd thai nocofniclic wouM lilifrlilotchfH pimplfsfir snllowncss Sne found tlic wcrclof com plexion bcnuly inNtt tlcanvtd arul cliurcd lie rtiininallve iruct conectccl tlus Risli liowcl drove out llio wislrs Slic fdtlicMIrr ton nil of jvp tinBling villi vicilily Try Ihin tiiiul clcpcndablf airrccLivc ICP hcailnd dullness vunish At rill druKRii 2Ik Sec In the evening Ihe pnstor preached j and display of garments liy ihe Urooiuall brunch of ihe Needlework Guild wasHigh School Is displaying consider held In the nroomall irrhouso on able activity Five representntives of Thtirsdiiy when 1247 garment were each four elasFOS comprise Hie Even Maurice Chevalier would bow in suh mission before the lower lip pre sented by this pelican in St James Park Iondoit It makes i revealing picture for tlie photographer who trained his camera into the cavernous reaches of the birds throat statue rise strong rugged shelves of rock various veterans organiziUions and bands of Boy Scouts and Junior Atop these heights during the Corps The Sons of Veterans formed ceremonies Saturday stood mar a provisional company in command shaled a group of members of Co F j of Captain Goodwin of Germantown First Regiment Sons of Veterans Rei Captain H G Franklin of Ghcrst serves of this borough in their lightCamp of this borough and Lieuten anddark blue uniforms and forage ant Lutz of Frankford caps such ns their daddiev wore in Ellwood Bonsall Horace Patchell the sixties who with other uniU of aucl Former coroner Brrncy F Can ine First Regiment had gathered to leturncd yesterday from a gunning assist Co B the guards of Ellis Camp i ijjp to Center couivv Lyons John D A Mann Fred Schacfer P n Luke G I Eddy A D Rizra Raymond Rivcll Mrs Harry Beck Mrs David Ktka Mrs John Parker Mrs G E Sieger Mrs Jos eph Neilson Mrs A Donnelly Mrs Mary Aiken Mrs Grace C Peach Mrs Elizabeth Uaumann Mrs Mary j Winner Mrs Ellwood Townsend Mrs W Kirby Mrs Edith Lake Mrs James McNeil and the Misses Dor othy KruRer Wilda Jenkins Irene McDowell Dorothy McCucn LorroUa Winner Betty Jeanne Springer Frieda Stierle Mary Marra Margaret V Phillips Alma Kruger Sarah Cun ningham Eloise Daniels Betty Roper Edna May Daniels Dorothy Hizzo and Mr and Mrs Karl Shcckler Refreshments served by the hos pitality committee concluded the eve nings entertainment On Friday afternoon pupils of the acler studies from the Scripture Mr Crawford at this service played a solo and assisted the organist j These garmenls have been liixlribuleci slu deul coiincil OUlcers include Wil liam Law president Jordan Scotti the articles as theyvice president Mildred Bell secre in hy Ihe directors tary Henry Jordan treasurer TI l k AC or acW TUWlb lion hrullmrn Only 10c Mrs Hannah M B Hippie presi dent received were brought the choir In ihe hymns This evening the Church Aid ciety of Ihe Presbyterian Church will present A Story of Old Memories in Fellowship Halt Ruth young daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry OBrien of South Glenn avenue who have been seriously ill with pneumonia is improving satis factorily Mr and Mrs Edward A Daniels of East Glonolden avenue spent Sat urday evening as the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles House of Flour town Miss RebeccaWillis and Miss Mary Mason of New York are guests at the home of Mr and Mrs John Mar shall of South Chester pike Miss Winified Justii of Noilh Besides the seniors who lireofllcers 1 to some nf the needy charities in the willlnm Charles and Phyllis Kessler i i Media center nc senior members of Ihe group At the afternoon session held nl i The juniors me represented by Mabol oclock Miss Sadie nisslon of mvrv Mildred Flirabelh Wil Tacouy WHS one of the speakers and fan jyltt Garner Kdward Shcl ii represent alive of Ihe Community i Center Media told of the work lhnt organisation is doing in Delaware county SHORTE COLDS PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS Avoid iMiitiarrassincnl of FALSE TEETH j Dropping or Slipping Dont lie rmbnrruMfd nualn hy having ynur Irotli Up t drop yoti I cul talk InuKli or hiicccc Jvist fprlnklr i lUtln IASTKETH on your plmcv This j now rxtronioly poAilcr CIVOA a won j tlprful hensc of and security j No cnniTny IT rplltip CtM I PASTEETll lortny nt Millers Wtiplnni or juiv clrUK stotx1 HIGHSPEED CARS TO PHILADELPHIA CITY HALL CHESTER SHORTLIHE minuftJ wilh additional Morning and Evening Through Cofi Wilhouf h IBDtSTONl t H T I t liSINGTON UMWOOD and PHILADELPHIA Krce Transfer to MirUct Frankford 1 resentalives and speakers of the orj ganizations Comi bined Veterans of the XJ S A i A parade preceded the ceremonies the United Spanish War Veterans Fife and Drum Corps which numbers several Darby musicians in its ranks making a colorful picture in the long procession which included National Guard units of the infantry artillery j and calvary and engineer corps milstreets on Saturday evening TOWN SAVED 541100 IN IfCZ WEBSTER Mass This t o w n saved nearly S4000 in 1332 by abol ishing the position of town physician The various doctors in the town shared in performing his work charging half rates for their serv ices and providing medicine and supplies at v The Welfare Heeds YOUR KELP To Keep the Good Work Going Thru the Coming Year Surely youll admit its worth a days salary to help keep charity to keep its miseries out of your sight and in the hands of those who are pre pared to help the helpless back to a selfsupporting basis The Drive for Funds is Closing Please Pledge Your Share NOW I Were Counting on YOUDont FaiE Us Welfare Federation of Cii esters Vicinity ROOM 527 CROZE h OF THE CROP INSURING FIWE TOBACCO FOR Not many smokers have seen a fine tobacco plant in full bloom so we show you this picture Only a few of these fine plants are permitted to flower and to produce seed These carefully selected seeds reproduce the following year the Cream of the Crop for your Lucky Strike for tobacco must be grown from seed each year This careful breeding of fine tobaccos explains why Luckies maintain the same fine uniform quality from year to round and firm and fully packed from loose ends ALWAYS tkejtnest tobaccos ALWAYS Ike finest ivorf manshift ALWAYS please f its toasted FOR THROAT PROTECTIONFOR BETTER TAST
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