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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              CHESTER TIMES ClTESTER PA MONDAY NOVEMBER IS 1933 SEVBIf HOOK LEGION MEN AT DEDICATION Members of McKenna Post Attend Exercises at Lin wood HELPED DETHRONE VARE MACHINE CHURCH WEDDING AT EDDYSTONE Savillo avenue had her guests on bcvpcr Jr Mr ami Mrs Daniel Mc SiUurchiv evening Mr and Mrs C5uik Mr iuul Mre lolm Mecarlljy llnin Barrett nnd Mrs William Rich nnd Mrs1111l MrsJolm J of Chester Mi1 ind Mrs Kdwurd Schornbeiicr Si of Eildvsloiic IWOHVW ciHiVlaHWl MISS IrCllC T Gibson n blilhdoy party for llieli niece Miss liuiru Hryun on Salurduy cvc BndC 01 LnOSlCr man 1UUK Tnc imiUcl eiiests included Mnry News Other Local News ruins iAN MAIL NKWAKK N card udilrossed lu Uin youni mini who ilios over HidKOwood every iilglH with grern lifjlus tm his right wiiiK iuul red lights on hi letl was An old H i Howard Hill Moore wlui Illis the mull from Cleve Members oC the John McKenna Post No 660 American Legion turned out en masse Saturday morning and joined other groups oC veterans fra telnal and civic organizations at the unveiling of the Veterans Memorial in thc Immaculate Heart cemetery Lin wood The drum and bugle corps of the McKenna Post also participated in the event that marked the largest turnout to ivitncss the dedication of a war memorial in this section Thc stone composed of two sec tions ol Canadian granite upon which is embedded a bronze tablet was blessed dedicated and presented to Mayor William Ward Jr of Chester who received it on behalf of thc com bined veterans committee aid the American Legion by thc Rev William J Begley rector of the Church of the Immaculate Heart Second and Norris streets Chester Mayor Ward Rev Louis J Velte REV Gnbriel Graus Kcv Francis Tucker of Wilmington and Cornelius OBrien a Philadelphia attorney were among the speakers at thc dedi catory service The sacrament of Holy Communion was administered by the Rev Richard W Wright at the morning service of the Cokesbury Methodist Episcopal church Plum and Market streets yesterday A number of new mem bers were admitted to the Church at this service and following the regular service a reception was tendered to the members by the officials of the congregation The evening period of worship was an inovation inasmuch as the ser mon was delivered by the pastor by singing the text The Penitent and then delivering the sermon itsself using the song as his basis The text was the familiar proverb of the Prodigal Son Weekly dates of church happenings follow Epworth League meeeting 330 p m Special meeting of the Sunday school board i F at 8 p m I andMrsWilliam Clymer of Para Epwqrth League at 7 p m Prayer I day Park Mr and Mrs Herbert Gas Pusuk Paul Mo IMyim Jerry Mc Klmor Rceso Ray Hampton IUUUKS UASS CLINTON Mrs O A Dolly louud a hvokcu window lu hoi1 sin summoned jiollce They Boiler Raymond Moscly tlifided a pecplni Tom had bc Mrilion James Sweeney Jack come so cnsrossed in looking through Miss Mary News Miss Catherine Miss Sadie Ollani Miss Atmix j huul claimed he card T i i Mu ISiKiKiiv Miss Pauline Wnllrtco A wedding of interest tool phuc on Mij LUim Mlss Miuilotl j TlEIlNG 1UUUV 1 Saturday uttmiorm at 4 o clock in n M1 noolnv Schoeularror Miss St Lukes Protestant Church wlicn Miss Irene T Gibson niece of Mi and Mrs Claude Hand of Morton avcnuo Ridley Park nnd i I Dr AHjcrt J Firlh son ot Mi and Mrs Charles Firlh of Chester pike eovTOniiV M incf Mrs Homer Humj tlvi window his face pressed Crum Lynnc WITH united in mari Ml MrSi Kdwurd Schoenthc pnns had broken the glass riiigc Rev Carl Applebcrtf ivctor olUciuted The bride who was Riven hi mar riage by her uncle wore a ROWII of dark brown panne velvet with ac1 1 cessorlcs to match She wore a cori sage of white roscs Miss Rosalind Kobtnson a cousin of the bride the bridesmaid VMS at tired in rust crepe with a hat to cor WILL WONDERS NEVER CEASE By Ray Bcnnet respond William Springer of Crum Lynnc was the man During the While New York was pulling Uic rnony Wallace Hcnloii of skids under Tammany in the mayor1 phia presided at the console The ally elections a political revolution couple left immeriiatey for a stay in broke out in Philadelphia that swept 1 Atlantic City N J to defeat the powerful Varc machine At a recent meeting of the A Democratic leader instrumental in ens Auxiliary of St Lukes church toppling Varc rule is Jack Kelly Mrs Walter Eckel was elected sccre sliown at his home after receiving tary KITTEN FINDS WAY BACK 45 MILES TO FIRST HOME rouuo siTilNr ON KONT STEPS WEEKS APTER DISAPPEARANCE HUilOKtN H 1 33 word of the election lantic City N J on Saturday ning Oliver Justison of Folsom John Miss Dorothy Taylor of West Ches ter visited her parents Mr and Mrs A D Cassldy of Savillc avenue over Miss Isabelle Toppin of Savillc avenue spent the weekend with her Barry of Holmes and J B Carney aunt Mrs g G Wood in Wilming of Miimont Park have been attending the official recount being made of the jjrS Kathcrino Kerr of Eleventh general election at Media i strccl returned last week from Mrs Landis Russell of Lancaster j tlc CrozDr Hospital Upland us con 12000000 POUNDS OF EXPLOSIVES USED YEARLY IN THEbliio coal MINES formerly of Folsom is visiting Mr i valcscini at her home and Mrs Louis Holmes of Maple ave A monthly inoetim nue Folsom Esther Circle of tl A successful card party was given Mcthodist Episcopal Church will t by the war veterans of Ridley lomorrov nigilt at 3 oclock i ship in their headquarters on the thc chulch A will follow of thc Queen tlu Eddystone will be in meeting at 8 with singing led by Mr Stewart Special music will be pro vided followed by short talk by pas tor Special meeting of the official board at 8 p m luncheon of the Ladies Aid Society in the church at noon Junior choir rehearsal at 330 Senior choir at 8 The ambulance of the Marcus Hook Fire Company was called to convey William Wright of 1019 Washington street to the Chester Hospital Fri day afternoon He was admitted as a medical patient A field fire between the Pennsyl vania railroad station in Trainer and the Trainer Grammar school building was extinguished late Saturday night by members of the Marcus Hook Fire Company who responded to a tele phone call from residents of that sec tion The flames caused no damage to property being extinguished within a few minutes after the arrival of the firemen Mrs Margaret Taylor of 325 Mar ket street Mr and Mrs Roy Beau mont and son Roy Jr of Green street were guests of friends in Georgetown Del yesterday Memorial recently or me i Mr and Mrs Jamcs McCann of benefit of the Red Cross Concord avenue were Atlantic Citv Among those attending were Mr N j visitors on Saturday and Mrs William Senior Mrs George Mr alld MrS Robcrt Curry Schwartz Mrs S M Lewis Mr and chiidlen of Twelfth street spent Mrs of Mr Friclay evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Theodore Baldwin in Brookhnven o Mrs Miriam Hughes of Clifton kill Mr and Mrs Edward Rigby and I ALLCOALIS NOT BLACK THE FINEST QUALITY OF KORTHEHN IENN SYLVANIA HAI1D COAL ISTKJTEDA HARMLESS BLUE TO IDENTIFY IT FOR THE PROTECTION OF BUYEIIS AUTOMATIC HEAT FOR ONLY sons Grant and Alan Mrs Lola Fleming Mr and Mrs Harry Dryer Mrs Joseph Volk Mr and Mrs Frank Hollingsworth and daughter Shirley Heights was a caller at Mrs Florence Walls home on Second street Fri day Mrs Joseph Dougherty of Eleventh Miss Marguerite Hollingsworih Mrs j street and Miss Sue Dougherty of Mary Stewart Robert Pilson Mrs i Twelfth street were Philadelphia j Wesley Blose Miss Elsie Blose Mrs visitors on Saturday Ellis Greene Mrs Claude Greene I Mr and Mrs Elmer Thompson who Raymond Hood Franklin Plant John Andrews Mrs Mary Stanley Frank Kunkle Mrs Banks Van Ormer Wil liam Goodwin Mrs Harry Petty Frederick Glatz Edward Andrews of were recently married were tendered j a houscwarrning in their apartrncnc j at Tenth and Simpson streets on i Friday evening The guests who at tended were Mr and Mrs William MANY people believe llial tn ct anloniaiic lieit riiubl spenl humlrctis ol dollar yon Re lieve it The new liliio Heat Regulator now puts thLluxury wiiliin the reach of any only phis a mall installation rhnrpc Ark your blue coal dealer for details Hell show you how lijufinp e5 coal you can save smnll The nuto malic equipment costs you nothing bltin in the cream of American Anlliriirilc a hijih quality hard coal thai srans up at the lotich ot the damper pives iiire steady heal all lay and hanks perfectly at nVjdit Furthermore its actually colored lilAiK or your protection Order a ton tomorrow and foe for roiirolf why millions have switched to hltie coal in two short vcars Folsom Clifford Miller of Prospect cooper and son Samuel Mr and Mrs Park J B Carney JohnHiggins L I Charles Anderson Mr and Mrs Lee j H Kososki of Miimont Park and Eaton Miss Irma Townsencl of diesi John McAteer of Holmes Raymond Hood and Herbert Gas kill of Folsom attended thc Penn sylvaniaOhio football game Satur day at Franklin Field Philadelphia PORTLAND of the future in the infant flax industry ter Mr and Mrs William Bcvan Mr nnd Mrs William Ferguson and Mr and Mrs Terrence Cahall and daughter Ethel of the borough Mr and Mrs William Smith and family of Twelfth street motored to Wyoming Del yesterday and visited relatives of Oregon was believed near with the j Mr Arthur Dunlap and daughter placing of an order by Sears Roebuck Miss Margaret Dunlap of Saville ave Sc Co with the Salem Linen Mills for j nue were entertained by Overbrcok goods worth more than a friends on Friday year Mrs Elizabeth Tomlinson MILMONT PARK CHURCH AFFAIR Altar and Rosary Society Observes Anniversary With Dinner Better attention 2 Big Kadio Programs 7 PM Sun WE AT B C Italy PM Thurs WAI1C Columbia Chain GirardIMillcr Coal Co 421 Edgiuont Ave rhonc 34jH Diamond Ice Coal Co 2nd Tilfrlimnn Sts Phone 24K12 The promoters and officers of the Altar and Rosary Society of Our Lady of Peace Church Miimont Park cele brated its first anniversary with a turkey supper for the members and their husbands at the home of Mrs Frank Tuckert of Milmont Park Among those attending the affair were Rev A R Rees Mr and Mrs Micheal Bruckeler Mrs James Scan Jon Mr and Mrs William Snow Mrs Lester Lum Mr and Mrs Andrew Panco Mrs Frank Kelly Miss Kath erine Matthews Mr and Mrs J Mc Devitt Mrs Charles Ridewood Mr and Mrs Raymond Hood Mr and Mrs Frank Tuckert Mr and Mrs Charles Sofka George Panco Mr and Mrs George Lauginiger and Mrs Joseph Hess The Friendly Workers class of St Matthews Lutheran Community Church Woodlyn will meet at the home of Mrs Samuel Ramont Jr on Jefferson avenue Woodlyn The weekly meeting of the United War Veterans Association of Ridley township was held on Friday eve ning at its headquarters the Mem orial Grounds on MacDade boulevarc and Sutton avenue Folsom The meeting was conducted by Frank Kunkle and a large number of mem bers were present The evenings en tertainment was provided by loca talent Election of permanent officers will be held on December 1 Frank GREkill of Lincoln avenue Folsom accompanied Paul cry of Philadelphia John Harper o Chester and Leland S Media spent thc week on a gunnin trip to Landenbcrg Herbert Gaskill of Lincoln avenue Fokom attended an insurance con vcntion in Philadelphia on Friday The Ridley township school boarc will hold its November meeting tht evening at the Folsom school The Ladies Auxiliary of thc Holme FireCompany will meet this evcnin at the fire house Folsom Fire Company will meet to morrow evening Mrs James Robinson of Kennedv villc Mel has returned home after visiting her daughter Mrs Charles Smith of Orchard avenue Folsom for the past week Frank Clayton of Kedron officiated at a football game between P M C of Chester and Delaware held at At We bought while Plymouths Price is still Low Doctors Give Creosote For Dangerous Coughs For many years our best doctors have prescribed creosote In some form for coughs colds and bronchitis knowingnow dangcroxis it is to let them hang on Creomulsion with creosote and six other highly important medicinal ele ments nuickly nnd effectively stops all coughs and colds that otherwise might lead to serious trouble Creomulsion is powerful in the treatment of all colds and coughs yet it is absolutely harmless and is pleasant and easy to take Your own druggist guarantees Creomulsion by refunding your money U you are not relieved after taking Creomulsion as directed Beware the cough or cold that hangs on Always keep Creonuilsion on hand for instant use adv A LOOK at two smart car buy JL ers They profited twice by buying a new Plymouth now They profited once because they got this smart fast comfortable car at rockbottom prices They profited a second time because they got more for their old car now than they could next spring after a hard winters service Will you be as wise Will you be ahead of the game when 1933 passes and 1933 low prices are history Its up to you to act right now The cost of everything has started going up It is already costing us more for raw materials than it did last spring There csn be only one result Car prices wiU have to go up too Probably never again will your dollars buy so much car co much honest value Get your order in today for a Plym outh at these low 1933 prices You get patented Floating Power engine mount brakes bodies of steel reinforced with flashing useful life Plymouths price buys plenty And the Plymouth is a big roomy com fortable car Youll like its beautifully styled modern interior Its wide deep seats its tasteful panelling and its many little touches of convenience and appearance that please an owners heart A demonstration costs you nothing Call on any Dodge De Soto or Chrysler dealer for a thrilling demonstration and see how much your money buys in a Plymouth this very day STANDARD MODELS 2door sedan 4door sedan rumble coupe busi ness coupe DC Luxe Models 2door sedan 4door sedan conv coupe rumble coupe Prices F O B 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