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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              EIGHT Social Personal and Womens WTESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAY NOVEMBER IS 1933 Newsof County and Gity J Gossip About People You Know Home and Club Activities Engagements Weddings Mrs F Rhodes Frisbie of Fourth and Jackson streets Media will en tertain Ihe members of her bridge club at her home tomorrow after noon A Mrs Phelps Soule and Mrs Henry A Piersol of Svvarthmorc will be the assisting hostesses at the Swarthmore Womans Club meeting tomorrow aft ernoon M Miss Lillian Campbell of 11 Kast Frances Gnevsh Miss Knthcrlnc Greiser Walter Hilyard Frank Samp son William Mooncy Miss Betty Johnson Miss Mary Bruce Stanley Akinson nnd Jack Corcoran of Kridy stone Miss Ethel Blackburn of Mar A Z A GROUPS ARE ORGANIZED Eastern Coastal District Conference Is Held at Local Community IN PLANE CLOTHES A from i srrnv nf Horn a scoie of cus Hook Miss Alice Ward and Wai eastern cities were in this city terday attending UK eastern coastal tor Tolan of Essington Murl Grif fith and Joseph Wallace of Consho hocken and the chapnronps Miss Mary Kirkpatrick nnd William Ewing of Conshohocken district conference called nt the sug gostlon of members of Simon Wolf j Lodge No Ill of this city for the purpose of selling up plans for a closely united A Z A organisation Thc began to arrive at ithe Oliev sjom Synagogue Center prices ranee from 8 i wa of all events of Mrs G I Stone of Glclidalc road mxilmlm nf o fnl e day shortly before 10 a in when Stonchurst will entertain this eveCCIls to n ol Lcnth foi a UKy w omul nine at cards for the members and Otuirt of standard milk under the ten ible conference with a man selected iuimu wauiijutii ui Anoi ni V 1 1 1 T 1 Mowry slreot is attending thc New 1A iVlAAIMUm Jersey State Teachers meeting in session in Atlantic City from Novemi bcr 10 to 13 j Consumers Mil I J 1 UIV UJlljl friends of the Juniors of the Stone hurst Womans Club Mrs Edward Ryan and her daugh ter Miss Anna Daccy of Pittsburgh days Miss Alice Wilson Miss Ruth milk marketing agreements now in from each group participuting to set force it was disclosed yesterday In an i I tho preliminary machinery for uj b in me omco o UlP delegates at 1 oclock ul which are spending several days a8 the CA Howe cmisimurK Limc they discussed ihc plans dcI cucstsof Mr and Mrs John Link 51 Asnculiiiml AdjustI upru m the moniinK session 210 Sunnyside avenue ulcl Acimmistration in Washingj Amcncliiicnls to suRgcstions were coni ton D C sidorcd nnd a plan of government Corresponding variations are shown j Wils adopted in the rices received b the ro Al 4 oclock in theafternoon there i Major Miss Elizabeih Hanley nnd Miss Marparet Reynolds of Llanerch will be the hostesses at the meeting of the Llnncrch Juniors ihis evening in Llancrch Fire Hall in the prices received by the pro quart Under none of the agreements in BOY ELECTROCUTED MLss Louisa Lawrence Wood dnbu tantc daughter of Mr and Mrs Rich ard D Wood of Burnbank Wawa I alyzed are there maintained difTer and Philadelphia was honor Riicst ciitials in prices between milt de al a luncheon given yesterday by Mr uvcrecl at the house and mill sold at and Mrs Stacy Lloyd of Ardmore i cash and carry stores Mis Hannah Randic Monroe of Mr and Mrs George P Monroe of 308 West Ninth street re turned tociny from Hamilton N Y after having spent ihe weekend as a iiouse party guest at Colgate Uni versity Mrs Frank Coulter of 301 East Twentysecond street will give a small tea this afternoon in her home in honor of Mrs A A Altliouse of Sellersville who is the puest of her and daughter Mr nnd Mrs Lloyd Goman of this city diicers for milk delivered at the a for the delegates and j plants These prices range from parents served in the cents to 05 cent The un toriuin of the SyiuiKogiK der which the milk distributors opj g crate range from R minimum of ILI ward Jr cents to a maximum of G8 ccnls per wari ln audi Centcr ts were Mayor William Senator Green of Dcla ancl Rubbi Bookstaper and Phillip M of Omaha Neb The latter is a former executive see the A Z A and was one Aleph Gottols of Mr and Mrs Frederick W Mark In addition to the special guests there were present men who have earned distinction in Jewish affairs City and County Womens Groups Ily KTIIKL COATKS TOMOUKOWS EVENTS Chester New Century p in address by Dr William T Ellis of Swarthmore world traveler journal ist on What Ls a Woman to Think Tea will be served Chester V U C p m World Fellowship dinner at thc Y W C A building Speaker Mrs Fred erick Paistc of Wayne president of the national board of the Y W C A H 1 W m brief business session to follow the Wovld Fellowship dinner of the Y W C A in thc planning of which tlie public relations and international relations committees are cooperal Uomans Chil of a m at Sellers Memorial hall slated meet ing followed by luncheon served by the literature department of the club Mrs Robert Regestcr chairman At 2 p m program in charge of Mrs C Wesley Armor Fred J Cooper will speak on The History of Sterling Silver Music Mrs H C Korner chairman lansdownc Twentieth Century Glut p in What is new and intercst I ing in the world today presented b tho education committee Mrs Sam uel P Felix chairman At 3 p m Illustrations an an talk by Mrs Huger Elliott Elizabetl Shippen planned by the sir chairman Mrs Chester N Pyle Kidicy Park Womans a in board meeting at thc bank KuUcdffc Womans p m luncheon for members Mrs S S Haring in charge At 2 p m statet meeting with the Rev Thomas A Meryweather as speaker Stonchurst Womans p in club card party at the Phiiacielphi PL4YTNH ON TRACKS I thfnVrCr i Klrcl Ilotnsraphcd since the mys Electric Company rooms Mrs Deer I IjA 111VV7 Ui iltAUlVO Htcm pf Washington D C a tnein crious of her multimillionaire ing welfare chairmtm in iWcrn Joseph Zuliunski tutcd in an iinusi nt Germantown ported today Grand Lodge of BNai Brith and silc awaited a plane at a 1 Women s nal Tea will be served International in the BellevueStratford IHEYNKV AUDIENCE HEARS PEACE TALK The tendency of each generation s toimpose its own values on the ucceeding generation but if the new cncrations needs differ from the old an the old values adequately meet he new needs of the new generation n international relations is the pres iit generation right in inculcating Utitudcs based upon the old values f the present generation Is there lot rather a demand that the new generation be helped to discover ways md means of determining its own allies to meet its own needs Dr leorge Bradford said vtiss Babbette Henley of the Friends Service Committee guest speaker at he Cheyney College Armistice Day jrogram at Cheyney Saturday She added The young people who died in the war call to you to find out in time the truth about this great ame war which your elders play for SUNDAY RAILS AT PROHIBITIONS END stakes and youth for life You lave more in common with the youth of other lands than youth and age can ever have with each other You ought to have a league of yoXith as your practical beginning Sir James Miss Henley stressed the point that increased armament means war and disarmament means peace and it means nothing more nor nothing less Speaking with reference to the aver age persons ignorance of world af fairs she said while traveling as a caravaner of peace throughout the country she found many people who thought the Quakers were merely people connected with Quaker Oats Accompanying Miss Henley was Miss Elizabeth S Pennell of the Friends Service Committee The guest speaker was introduced by Miss Evangelinc M King who con ducted the devotions and Mrs Lauva Wheeler Waring at the piano led thi assembly in singing a number of peace songs which were very appropriate for the Armistice Day program RETURN IS SEEN FOR PROHIBITION Inactive church workers of Phila ielphia were condemned yesterday as Rev Billy Sunday opened a revival In a church there The famous evangelist in his first service held in NonSectarian Taber nacle Broad and Master streets de plored the fact that church laggards permitted repeal of the Blue Law and contributed to repeal of prohi bition More than 1000 attended The doctrine of universal father hood isnt true he declared You are not a child of God until youre born again I dont belive half the church members ever have been converted They go to church just to keep warm a little spot 17 inches square The church today is as idle as a painted picture Theres egotistical selfcontentment The church is damned by isms and schisms Dont kid kidded itself into saying that beer is non intoxicating when theres as much alcohol in a glass of beer as in three of whisky Prohibition isnt repealed unti December 5 but the saloons are open and the officials know it You cant make people sober by opening the saloon I am going to quit fighting tlv dirty stinking gang of cutthroats Its the worst bunch this side of he if I were God for half an hou they wouldnt be this side of hell The devil doesnt hate a racketeer o a his supporters The Christian world today is in s deep sleep Only the voice of Got Almighty can awaken us Perhaps He will use war or pestilence to do that EVANSTON 111 Nov Ida rolls from a small container and be Liberty Hospital comes rigid at thc overhead railroads Final of business was i Philadelphia address by Corliss B Wise Smith recently elected head On Understanding Soviet I Of the W C T U yesterday declared that prohibition will Russia1 Norwood Junior Jin and thc their by Mrs MfirKims S Deakyne who has been stopping to account for the boys death at the seasliore Mrs Carl C Austin of Lang stoon Paxson Hollow road will en wires He pressed the button thil oclock when a joint fcr conference was ample evidence of meeting at the club rooms shot j meeting of tho Eastern Pennsylvania i which the local A Z A men took thn Prospect Tai releases the rod The steel rule rospect Park within two generations In her first interview since In the evening there will be a World Fellowship Supper at S o clock to be followed by a meeting at which Mrs Fred M Palst presi dent of the National Board of Y W C A will be the guest of honor Mrs Paise will address the at oclock TAYLOR HOSPITAL NEWS Admissions reported at Taylor Hospital Ridley Park this morning include the following Frank Gettz Swarthmore Roscoe Pegsley 201 duPoiil street Ridley Park Robert Wood Angelo avenue Lclperville Miss Ellen Talbot daugh ter of Grover C Talbot Norwood Mrs Mary Bagent 301 South Penn street Clifton Heights 3 DEAD AS PLANE HITS N Y TENEMENT the i lairs of the day a grand ball was held ferencr came i in the auditorium of the Synagogue I Center Tho hall was gaily decorated and the organization insignia was in pst and unc c only through he inter Walt1 Hofi on Places in the to be simplanted casing efforts of a Con bun Evening in charge of the citi i may not live PITTSBURGH Nov Kesri j evidence on all rides bidding a cheery nod to elicit widespread interest noted actress was confined to her welcome to young Jewish men nnd i Those responsible for the con ference Committee that began its zcnship committee plans many months ago and contin Beta Chapter T A G 3 confer dance cues were Albert Aiiniuth Nathan and Philkcr Sol Gold Joseph Rubenstein is visiting Mrs Reeve Mr and Mrs J I Charles Taylor of 623 East Twentyfirst street with thsir children EmiHe and James1 Taylor will leave today for Grove City Pa where they will make their i home They will visit Mrs Taylors mother Mrs J F McChesney of Grove City before locating in a home of their own in a Pittsburgh theatre Saturday and iertalninent of tho dancers that it required all her spunk to The influx of representatives from finish ihe last show so many cities 10 the Chester Chap nncl Alexander Brown chairman OBITUARY p m meeting at the home of Miss Lillian Ellis of Chester 00 TIMELl SUGGESTIONS At the meeting of the literature division of the County Federation the to see it she said But eventually there will be another amendment to the Constitution re pealing the Twentyfirst Amendment Possibly this younger generation will see it If not the next will She made her statement as she and five other national officers of the organization that for 60 years has fought for abolition of the saloon met to draft a program to revitalize NEW YARK Nov early morning sky ride ended fatally for three men yesterday when thir air plane lost a wing over Brooklyn and crashed into a tenement house The dead were Adam Rowinski Henry Rothabosky and Louis Kuhn all of Brooklyn The pilot Frank Kapkowitz was critically injured The plane had been rented from an aviation company by Kapukowitz who held a limited commercial li cense The men wearing evening clothes boarded the ship at a m at Curtiss Field A few minutes after the takeoff the ship was in trouble It lost some ribs and appeared unable to gain any altitude A wing cither col lapsed of was torn away as the plane skimmed over three elevated tracks LOCAL PREACHERS ELECT OFFICERS The Rev Harold N MacMurray pastor of Mariners Bethel Methodisb Episcopal Church Washington and Moyamensing avenues Philadelphia has been elected president of tha National Association of Local Preachers Other officers chosen by the as sociation at the closing sessions of Us seventyfifth annual convention yesterday in St Georges church Fourth street at the Delaware river bridge were Vicepresidents tha Rev J M Cousins of Easton tha Rev J E Downes Philadelphia sec retary the Rev E K Bookmycr Upper Darby and treasurer Rev Charles D Williams MARTIN SCHOOL PT MEETING Among the Sick Button Troth SlacDade of this city son of Judge A D MacDade who has been seriously ill for sev oral weeks is convalescing DULL HEADACHES GONE SIMPLE REMEDY DOES IT Thirty Years A nt Hima from Chcucr Times Flics of 1903 T CHALKLEY UATTON T Chalkier Hation a prominent proceedings of which were noted in prohibition sentiment Saturdays column suggestions pre pared by Mrs David A Ward and An interesting program has been prepared for the monthly meeting of the Martin School ParentTeachers Association to be held tomorrow afternoon at 330oclock in the at Fifteenth and Mrs Crozer the widow of Samuel j Thursday afternoon at his late resi A Jr son ol Samuil A dcnce at Llanwcllyn The sale was t Mrs John Oliver chairmen of the di icnqine well known in this citv fNhson wereiisribiued Tliese have been compiled as a result of a survey died i iom injuries received in an of the programs given and to be given automobile accident near his home in jin thu clubs and are repeated below as Milwaukee Wis when his car skidded i of Possible suggestion to those chair T Cvoxcr ihe llplantV mnmifncftircrwas in accordance w f married in Pans France oiiniisdavj Orphans Court nvpntm Nov 3 to viscount Maurfcc Gull and at the appoi Mr and Mrs Frank H C12 East Fourteenth street farewell party Saturday evening aumc a wcll known FrencJstatcs at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Rogers of Wynnewood in honor of miln their brother and sisterinlaw Mr and Mrs 1 I Charles Taylor of Twentyfirst street who will today for GroveCity of Delaware county appointed time there was Rood attendance of attorneys from Her former husband died in this city and others interested in the Seine Port where he was staying in estate and outcome of the sale Mr with order of the Qn an 1CV highway and collided with who unfortunately missed Fri T n forum Suggestions A contest in short story writing book reviews and poetry is planned for this year One club plans to study nearby writers e g Christopher Morley Bayard Taylor One club uses for study outlines planned by a university A technical study of poetry short a trn He was years old Lons a resident of Wilmington Del where lie was consulting en gineer he married Gathering Engle of Chester since deceased search of health five years asb Ouster was a large property owner jbuL whose sister Mrs T Edward Mrs Crozer was well known to the and in all there were thirtveight Clyde still resides in this city A i society goinr people of this vicinity jiaets of land which were placed nephew Frank B Hatton is identi havinp resided in Upland for a mim under the hammer iinrt knocked down ficcl viiVs lu enjincermg office in i ber of years niter her marriage She to th highest binder The greater j ino highway department 7i was the daughter of Colonel portion of the bidding was done by I was noted for his work Births Mr and Mrs George Jphnson 5 Wiuona avenue Norwood are receiv ing congratulations upon the birth of a son in Taylor Hospital this morning Mr and Mrs Lawrence Machette 28 Rambler road Glenolden are re ceiving congratulations upon the birth of a daughter today school building Walnut streets j The guest speaker will be Mrs Jos ephine Hopwood who will give her Century of Progress talk which 1 will be illustrated with a number of motion pictures taken while Mrs Hopwood was a visitor to the expo tion Several special musical se lections will be played by Pearl Sny der trumpet soloist HENRI SCOTT IN CONCERT Henri Scott famous metropolitan baritone will appear in concert to morrow evening in the auditorium of the Media High School The pro story writing and reviewing books Iam wilj also Present the Nocka might be pontablc i Singers of 40 VOICES under thc baton The Pennsylvania Club Woman of the leadcr Karl Nocka Miss Cecil ozcr Miss BcatrKa wih rokie Miss Bella Snyder and Miss 1 on IMS last European tour The mar O acts for the mortgage creditors j fO1 the 2i years and was active P Dickinson Esq represented thc i that capacity at the time of his and always lists good literature has been arranged by a cornrnlttec study f members of the Lima Methodist Magazine articles may be used for reviews Frances Wai lock death He is survived by a daughter Mrs riage comes us a great surprise o heirs at the sale I her friends in Delaware county and i n T inr rr T tnp Public announcement o the A number of the colored residents R H Norn nf Milwaukee three u 01 j hast evem was marie this morning m the western section of ihe city have grandchildren and a sister Mrs Don o N J Hon this winters series of musicalcs to he hie given by the New Century Club music i e Mn committee Mrs Thomas Cnchrane c was nuuaruc Thomas S Butler rcpreron of their fellow men and at last grcssional dis bavn decided to organizn a law and A preliminary drawing 1 DAVIS Mary L Davis of John Davis I Lending libraries are carried on icnsc Llma successfully by many clubs i We hope each club will have as many literature days as possible on the club program for the year We shall be lad 10 receive names of members giving outstanding book reviews for exchange with other clubs MRS DAVID A WARD JOHN OLIVER city Tlie guests irrluderi Mrs John E Hcnnewry of Roscmont irs H i Arnold Smith of SprinB Grovr Mrs S Clnrp B King of Phojnixvilli him and a vh Th ivron viv vt is caller tlvn tho s r vitn i cvin a splendid sendofl by Col requiem njwss v in a m onc1 IraiU G Sweeney of Chester Gabriels Churrh InUrinenl will be ihe Insperor Gincral In his report in tiie Holy Sopi irc cemetery Philadelphia OGRA5I been planned for the Womans Club of Beginning with committee chairmen at luncheon will be the hospitality O Coffey chair iman scSr j There will follow a symposium on Hhe theatre under the title The r Theatre of Today as the Critic Sees It with Henry Murdock dramatic Pains Here Cramps and Callouses Soon Relieved Let our Foot Com fort Expert sliovr you Jiow the proper Dr Sclioll Appli ance or Remedy can quickly re lieve any foot trouble Stop in to day for FREE Foot Test Why suffer any longer This service is forAlcn Women and Children Dr Font Service LJT JCnOll S comfort Levys Shoe Store 15 WEST THIRD STREET Open Mon Fri anil Sat Nights SCHOOL NIGHT DAY Grade and HiRh School Work Latin ind French Businesi SLEEIJERS COLLEGE 625 Uelsh Street Phone 6342 Hill Wcdiicsday eveninc on much plrrisre lo the 300 or more The cvtrt Brooks Miss tirorse JOSEPH DEERiNG of Lansdowne will take Thursday November 30 Miv well will bj assisted m recnivmc jv Mrs Joseph Cushius MLSS Trances Schoficld and Miss Man Jane Shveiner Mrs William Cushins and Mrs Frank B Tost will prc prerdo atthn tea table There wiil be 100 guests 1 a Jlf f fi Mr and Mrs Koracc J Esrey ofcil is rni 1K2 Brown street entertained on Saturday rvenin in honor of the A esU w birthday anniveivary of thrir grand pnumlir ciaughtcr CaUirriio Arrher The alci guests were Barbara Brrlchpimpr a Eleanor Graff Const r Shirley Walter Sincx D R Esrey Sr Harry Esrey Fred i of lnn Esrey Miss Helen fercy MUs Mar garet Esrey Mr and Mrs Noah Mc Faddcn Mr and Mrs P O Graft Mrs Mac Moore Norman Rcichs and Oscar Sinex of this citv MVS Isa bella Berg of Mrs O P iiry livcc of exceptional will be in and tlv opportunity is hunt for tlir soldiery of the he molded into an almost TMOMA A Howe United ivps who was dei l lr First and Second and that thv nuard of interment I tic Pittsburgh convention of thc State Federation will je reviewed i niai 7 iQIQ 9R 07 9QW TrrfSt and Mrs Joseph R Wills chairman Ulal W JrO 01 of current events will present Back Thomas of Julia be by FIXE WOOLENS AT A VERY osato whoe occurred insi QPFPT f IRTPF vill ijuriod tomorrow Results obtained by others are rviivu i The la to home i Xn Solemn ivriisirn bra led n Si ci trmetery IJOSATO 1 Mil be at iiislyours Chester iavc jllst new CliarJrs road vill be ei Church O I be in USOKUTAKFKS CIAKV r O wbru c Fifth rtlivi of Police i Oii not i wnuld made temperance effort to sustain matter Some of the younfriencr John B Robinson o Modi rangingto give a dance ir Mr insons honor within th A party of yourfr people from this section ottcnded the Senior Dance at and elsewhere will bo more thin to be preseiu at thc function ci in her honor It is likelv tiiai lone to steal thn City Halt if K oflicers did not look sharp Cbirfs words Vpvc proved al for last night un known panics cntorid Sclocl Council Chamlvr iind took awxy two cnirfort able over thc hnads of tho Po v Deparimcut An invest ion ivad this nioruiic but none of rIicfrs had soen an bark up to rhi City Hall rivr iilint iviui tlv iiair avr lo hirtc uiulor a roans vivr lir iViVicry of their disippoarance poliro nuiliorities adnvt tlir The rvnl of cira England f hte Y Webster diec Saturday be held tomorrow niernoon al her late home 12Ui Etipcwood road BrookUne Intennert will he in Mid dlctown Friends ground MIS 1IMTAN Thc funeral of Lillian Car man wife of Lloyd P Carman whose death occurred lar Thursday will bn hold this iiftnnoon from h late hoiVio ai 20 Eas Providence voad Ynrini TnonneiU will bs in Avlingj ton com firry lRAY F IMSQHWEiLER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Successor o M W FA1RLAMB SON 512 Market St Chester Phone 33M d Service at Moderate Cost of allwool Coatings and Dress the very newest many now this weaves are in NKA AUBANY iiAuvrv roiE fuiipral of Hnrvcy Cole evening The group includedi Mia Dorothy Hill of 1125 Hemington street Miss Dorothy Gorham Miss ivs hai legs i hey avc poMiivi ihcy irasbantl ot Mary 1 Cole whose doalh not walk away without assisiaucc I occurred on Wednesday last will be iivri n looks very much as if some hold this afternoon nthis late home bold bad man had a string to thnn 7533 Parkview road Highland Park rr UUI Jllnn v LI I I L IU UIt11 i 7 CJ f rca estatn 0 lhr Ihc public offices will be iate Bethel M Ouster was held 1 more closely guarded Interment will be in Arlington ceme tery STAND MELROSE AVE CHESTER Pfc inches SI00 a Yard ALL LINEN TABLE DAMASK This alllinen damask is now on the old I kins and Cloths to Many new patterns for you tr 3 I prices for the Nankins Jo S375 and NOW IMPROVED IMPROVED IMPROVED IN PERFORMANCE IN APPEARANCE IN CONSTRUCTION FINER BY FAR THAN EVER BEFORE J ry one cashing in Maytag and youll know itJty its ealkd the worJcTs Washer It will cost you nothing to make trial It vrill cost yon noth ing to prove to yotirsdf lliat the Maytag is faster more thorough easier on Hollies more economical to than you thought nny washer cnnld he rrgordless of price for free demonstration in yoor own The Maytag Company IWS CHESTER MAYTAG COMPANY Phone 6914 37 East 8th St JOHN T WISKK Manager H Moskowitz 820 EdRiuont Avc rhnne Chester 21701 AL Wcinpr Co 2fl Chester Pike riionc Darby 1SOZ LOW PKKXS ON ALL MACTAGS EOOWTEB WTTH GASOLINE M 1 I IPECIAL PROGRAMS AT LOCAL Y W C A Y W C A members their friends and interested residents of the com nunity will join tomorrow in a pro gram for the combined celebration of a Day of Prayer and World Fel owship and Interdenominational Day of World Missions at the Y W A building Seventh and Sproul streets The observance of Inlerdcnomina ional Day of World Missions will ake place at 3 oclock tomorrow aft ernoon with a program of service and discussions with Mrs Richard H Jones as the devotional leader There will be a review of the book Eastern Women Today and Tomor pw Mrs Stewart G Cole will pre side at the afternoon session Headaches caused by constipation gone after one dose or Adicrlka This cleans all poisons out of BOTH upper and lower bovels Gives better sleep ends nervousness Millers and Handy Medicine Marcus Hooic by Economy Medicine Stores Inc   

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