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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - December 26, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                                vvtvf U CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 1933 Washington Theatre BRIEF NOTES OF MEDIA BOROUGH Social and Personal Items of Interest to the Local Residents Mr and Mrs Thomas Major of Newark N J Mr and Mrs Paul Major of Hillside N J had Christ mas dinner with Mr and Mrs John E Major at their home on Highland avenue Upper Providence near Midnight mass was held Rt the Church of the Nativity 01 the Blessea Virgin Mary Christmas Eve There B large attendance a number were unable to be admitted Mrs Joseph EhHngcr and son Leo of Conshohoken partook of their Christmas dinner with Mr and Mrs Francis A McGuigan at their home 6 West State street Miss H Gertrude Pickcn of west State street was the dinner guest yesterday of Mr and Mrs Thomas Yarnall at their home at Village Mr and Mrs Howard W Boflc and the Misses Hosier of South ave nue were dinner guests yesterday o Mrs Hosiers brotherinlaw and sis tcr Mr and Mrs Winfield Eavcrsoi at their home in Philadelphia Constance Bennett lends her glamorous charm and fascna J Mr and Mrs John Raymond Hen hcv mosl CvCitmg rolere woman After Tonight which opcru devon of East State street were breakfast guests yesterday of Mr and Mrs Ober R Baker sv theii 1 home on Rohind rond Parkslcie Midnight service was held Protestant Episcopal Church mas Eve There was a large confirc unuorrov at tho Washington IFTS EXCHANGED AT COURT HOUSE at their j slch iXMAS HAPPENINGS Christi AT COUNTY SEAT Allen nnd family tertauicd at dinner yesterday Among Mrs the Media their guests were Mr and Charles Evans of WUinmston Del Mrs William P Tyler of Glcnside i Tamils and Mrs Charles R Cotton of Media i Rev Walter W Ware rector of St Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church j Savannah Georgia is spending a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs Preston Ware at their home on East State street Three fires a blownout shop win low a riotous Christmas party for children and countless marked the Christmas weekend at Media Saturday afteinoon at about ti oclock trio chimney on the home of Saturday was n day of merriment mong the employes of the court otisc at Media Gifts were ex hanged between employes nnd be ween heads of icimtmenu and heir staffs Uusines was light in all of the dc aiiments an exception being the heriffs offieje where the sale of a umber of properties was held in he morning under foreclosures Employes of the CountyCommls iloncrs department includint those of the Board for the Awsessiricht and Revision of Taxes gathered in the commissioners public meeting room ate in the morning us an impromptu chorus Christmas and popu ar songs were sung as personal Sifts were exchanged The staff of the office of Sheriff John J Cain presented him with an upholstered easy chair with a foot stool symbolic of tho rest lie is ex pected to taken when he retires from office on New Years Day County Treasurer William L Diekcl received a ccllarette from em ployes of his office and Recorder o Deeds William T Poore was the recipient of a inclooking desk chair The presentation of a Cogswell chair to Prothonotary Malachi S Pancoast struck a snag when the chair failed to arrive from the fur niture store but speeches were made nevertheless Deputy Prothonotary Robert Gibson received a silk dress ing down Register of Wills George E Hill was presented with a full set of golf parked solidly from Plum street on dubs and irons including n hand bath sides of Slate to Ihe other side Kome bag Deputy Register William of the Media athletic field nnd on H MilHkcn making the presentation South avenue Jackson Monroe Orspeech Liberal gifts of cash were tnpc and Olive streets from Baltigjyen to employes of this department more avenue through to Front and ty ylt boss Second street Good sales were made lamp the gift of cm in nearly all of the business houses j to Clerk of Courts Charles Mink Jr Cigars and candy were in evidence the building there were toasts to Santa Clans and widespread and hearty holiday greetings Everybody agreed RADIO PROGRAMS Station WIlT Wii Wll iVEAl WCAC frt quenc Klcyn ISO SCO CIO SCO 1G8 800 1178 Meters 6354 4915 4538 3915 3186 2M3 All Schedules In Eastern Standard Time some merchants reporting the great est turnover since 19JJ some others claiming biggest single day profits in their long years of business So was the crush of cars and the Burrows on Middletown road contagious spirit of Christmas spcnd I ho Media nit noiqnns werp heard to found to be alirc The Media j Jng mtuly persons were heard to company made short work of the Either the depression is blaze and prevented iurlher damage ovcri 01cisc there is something to L tei Media iuu Mcdia filcincl1 hUl liuo Mrs Elsie Johnson of Philadelphia in cxiinBuishinK it before H Rot well visited relatives in Media Sunday into a dump of small pme nee of Enst State street nearby The only dunwRe clone one of tlie Coun tv Seals wellknown to two or three of these vScalits vcsierdav mornins in i Sunday nijht firemen tin catholic Church Rid a hlBze in an abandoned frpqrt i on the Beatty road nciiitho Spnns Among some of the Christmas at field Water Works It was about tractive decorations are at the home p m and there was no sign of the of Gilbert Cheyney on West Front occupants str ware that old St Nick had not forgotten the court house HEARTS OF MANY WERE GLADDENED The teachers and pupils at the E Lc Roy a prominent i Sprogell school can never realize the ivbcv of the Delavare County Bar i cheer they sent into 10 homes One family consisted of eleven There were edibles toys and garments of wearing apparel Each toy had the name of the child for the appreciation of the recipients me is a lover of animals Sunday morning on his way from his home in Marple township to worship at Christ Protestant Epis copal Church Media he noticed a lough C R pharmacy Tho owner of the car dog sit tins at the side of the road i mnkiiiR each individual feel quite im Upou his return the canine was still here Mr van Roden alighted from his automobile and found the ani mal wiis suflering from a broken leg Miss Nan L Dutlon and Preston W Ware delivered the cartons bas kets and packages and they can vouch South Orange street Economy store Dclco Dairy Mrs Isaac W Johnson South avenue County Solicitor Albert J Williams South avenue A number of beautiful interior elcci and symphony of breakm trical displays are being admired I large show window on nmposcdly the of havins been or appreciation of the ercipicnts A maiitifacturer and his office force packed 12 or 14 lovely baskets and delivered them to homes 01 worthy families A Media philanthropist had struck by an automobile Mr VTn Roden took the dog to Dr Mark W Allamfl hospital where the injured leg was placed in a cast The dog was then to the Del plclc wreck Some hovirs after tho shops closed j on Christmas Eve a high wind aroc i Little notice was taken of it until 1 at n m with i thunderous roar the piimi are many lovely Christmas trees 1 street side of the Penn Beef Coin in County Seat homes i puny State and Plum streets was Srvices in the Media churches j blown in The occupants of nil the were largely attended Sunday i homes within a stones throw were Members of the congregation of the i awakened and an examination war First Presbyterian Church Media quickly made to nnd the cause of presented Rev Charles V Hassler the trouble Police Oflicor Acklry pastor with a substantial gift To i Fields was on duty and remained on the pastor emeritus of the church guard at the store until two othrr fc c m a r k i n g Rev S Harper Lecpcr and Mrs oflicers Clifford Lindsay nnd Joseph l nrnTp rp Lccper they sent a beautiful basket of Butler could arouse the process toward re fruit j John Abernathy at his home on covcry during the last year Members of the Senior Epworth North Olive street Glass was scat Grorcc 1200 Home Hour Marvin tenor Hour Mndcnps Bower reader Hurcau on IiHerneUlonal Affairs Movie News talk Tattered Man La Vcy tongs Lambert fOprano program Summary Report IHIlADEIPIUA 100 p 1 VclaKco organist Huiucrs Orchestra Reports Perkins Room Echoes Radio Revue Page songs OgUen songs Johnson Miller contralto Flashes signal Late news pianist Ernest Dahlgren pragrnm Grots pianist Personalities Hour Goldbergs and Ctumlt Kinds Orchestra Bcmlcs Orchestra Wynn comedian 10 Cruise o the Seth Parker Orchestra Robert Simmons tenor B Kennedy Jesters Hustlers Orchestra 1200 Orchestra 12 Scherbans Orchestra Walkathon and Dunn Kapers Percy Crawford Lcat organ and the Average Citizen 2 Recital Parade Beach Boys S Navy Band Ensemble 5 Santos Orchestra Tattler Shots news Wlp 7 Wilbur Evans Frank tenor Orchestra 8 Robert Fraser from New York Service 10 Hnymes Orchestra Donnellys Orchestra Ferrys Orchestra 1215 a Williams Orches tra persons report Dona Ifildor Washington Univer sity St Louis Professor Raymond Moley f Columbia University Dean Walter hcpnrd lit Ohio State University Quartet In Hcr inn Dundescei Hlllpot and Scrappy Lam ert SOUKS Mock soprano Edgar Guest oet orchestra ol tkctcli Orchestra Syd Gary songs ydncy Maim soprano Via Orchestra Trio Fromc tenor Harris Orchestra 1200 Ash Orchestra 1230 a Sosnlclc Orchestra YORK Experience All American 1200 Voice of Connie OatcB George Scherbans Orchestra Mnrlc the Little French Prlnc Hcls and Dunn songs Easy sketch sketch Ann Leaf organ 215 Romance of Helen Trent sketch Barbara Maurel contralto Theo Karle tenor 3 Metropolitan Orchestra 3 30 Belle Forbes Cutter soprano concert orchestra 400 U S Navy Band 430 Madison Ensemble Happy Minstrel 500 Sklppy sketch Round Towncrs Jack Armstrong sketch 545George Hall Orchestra 600 Buck Rogers sketch Bobby Benson sketch 630 Dictators Orchestra 6 Little Italy sketch Myrt and Marge Just Plain sketch 730 Dell Campo songs News Boakc Carter Studio Orchestra News Edwin C Hill 830 Voice of Experience Pray and BraBglottl piano duo D 00 Philadelphia Orchestra Alexander Woolcott the Town Crier 930 Evelyn MacGregor contralto Evan Evans baritone Joseph Kostelan etz Orchestra Casa Loma Orchestra 1030 News Bulletins 1045 Harlem Serenade Gertrude Dlesen songs Isham Jones Orchestra 1200 Guy Lombardos chestra 1230 a Orchestra Jack Russells Orchestra Halls Orchestra 6 Rogers Bar O Rangers Dictators Italy and Marge Plain Bill Campo songs Boakc Carter Columbians C Hill of Experience and BraGgiottl Orchestra Leopold Stokowekl conducting Woolcott Kostclanetvi Loma Orchestra Travcrs1 Orchestra Johnson Singers Carter talk Nlescn songs Jones Orchestra 1200 Lombardos Or chestra 1230 a Hays Orchestra time missing persons re ports The Chester Times Classified Ads are salesmen visiting thousands of homes NEWS VITAMIN A Vitamin is now contained in SMITH BROTHERS COUGH DROPS Eminem doctors slate that this vitamin is Natures AntiInfective agcnc li a potent aid in specdins recovery from coufihi and colds No change in the famous tasie of Smith Bros Coufili Drops Blick Menthol The Little Things of Radio often make BIG difference in performance set may le only i rifling matter to fix The fault with your Phone Chester 7267 lion Qtt i i L I SERVICE 1ABOBATORY 546 EDGMOMT StanleyWarner Theatres Do Our Part Or Miss avtive County S P C A Shelter Dutton purchase a dinner for a fam 1he owner was located find appre Of flve j A lady left money with Miss Dut j ton which provided much toward a I full dinner and some needed articles Toys came from many of Miss Out chestra 1 tons personal friends Lovely dollies which appealed o the little giris toys watson of every description scrap books Bruce ciated sll that had been done for his pet which is a valuable animal I SUBJECTS BY AIR YOItK 1200 Croft songs Bestors Orchestra 1 Reports Vclasco organ 1 Hunter Orchcstra Wade tenor Cicmlter Or w Deal for Artists Forbes Mrs Juliana Force Edward calico animals and all sorts of things j tor boys A gentleman nsked yesterday Do King you really believe that the people to of England sent a personal 1 whom you give appreciate the i League of the First M E Church j tercel throughout the store the conChristmas message yesterday to his thought went out at 430 oclock yesterday I tcnts of the window were ruined and uiiccis in the British Dominions and morning and sang Christinas enrols j a carpenter had to be summoned scattered around the in different sections of the borough tn board up ihe openinc to prevcnt5yoYldY I Early service was held at the First i theft The window was about India to North Amer Fresbyteriau Church Mrs William C Heacock Miss Jos ephine E Bang Miss Kristella M Bung and Frank M Heacock of Media were among those noticsd at the Christmas concert given at tho Broadmendows Prison Saturday ning Lvric Theatre PEVHmounts Too Much Harmony rensatioral musical comedy extrava canza currency pjpying at the Lyric Theatre lists a crust of favorite screen stars including Bin Crosby Jack Okie Skceu Gallagher Judith Harry Green Liiyan Tashrnan arc Neri Sparks Ti the third musical Crcihy has spprared in for Par reveals bo lopnotch of America iis a nriticaI com ccy siar who is criMtrd to the wrong er a schcrninc collardaffy blonde Heails ir iove with anolrpr eiri for her before snd behind hn fcoUglas nnd finally vine her Eftor n aniuiinc scrir oi hichly in isrrstcd In sddiiion to beinc tlie fotal point of the romantic plo Crosby brarci now hit tunr rfpcriaUy coinposti for Jack OakiR aiid Skects CiaEher arc cast by eight feet in dimension No wore reported as a result of the wind Kiddies Ktijoy Iarly 1 At 10 oclock Christinar mornim over 700 clnldren packed into thi Media Theatre as the Riieiits of the Clayton T Post Aineri can Legion Thrilled for over two i hours ihe kiddies howled cheoiTcl clapped cried autl laughed ih show progrerscd Accord ins to officers of the Lee ion the show was a success As the yount ones went i tL from the theatre various members of Ihe Media DcinociHir Culj gave each a Christmas gift and some candy Tne Media under the artful touch of Fd nd Joe prrsnts a the holidays A lurce ire by a fence and fiae r placed in the middle of tic fireiiousrami numer ous elrctric ave about in the nnd nrrir ihe free which s well decorated and beautifully lighted Flrascd IJerchants report in three yews Tlie between and penpir on They surely do was the answer Miss Dutton thanks all who assisted her in he work Mrs L B Minshall assists Miss and to British soil in remote parts j Dutton and Mr Ware is always glad of both hemispheres the Kings mes to have his car carry anything not snne wrs broadcast i only at the Yuletide but throughout The King found remarkable the the year projiress made in ihe year in spite j MIS Marie Burrcll looks after the of nirriy nphravais and uncertain Negro families and cxprcscd as gratifying the John E Fitzgerald cas setting in order of our respective j Saturday Several trips were mrdc comrsumitics ja miles out of th2 borough The majority were delivered in the bor CWA PR05ECT FOR MIDDLETOWN were ough however Media Hospital Notes The supervisors of Middletown townvhlp have taken advantage or ih CWA ind will construct 12 miles Tliis will meiit employment i of road for Tr Arrai Dr C rrments have made with liuvs Ernst hrTid of the Adininistratinn to have j The patients at the Media Hos pilal enjoyed the singing of Christ mas carols Sunday evening by about 40 members of the Junior Epworih League of the First M E Church Media Friday in the late afternoon pupils 3 Perkins sketch Ensemble Review 4 Pocma Orchestra Quartet i and loretta Clemens songs 4 sketch i La Vey songs Male Chorus I 5 of Dr sketch Rhymes j Ada soprano Hymn Sing Mustcale I Music j 7 I 7 and Abncr 7 Sanderson and F r a n V Crunlt S Kins Orchestra Bcrnic Orchestra Wynn comedian Don Voor hecs Orclieftra at the Eeth matic sketch i Sylvia i 10 Simmons tenor B Kennedy Jesters Whltemans Orchestra 00 Vallee Orchestra 2 30 a Martin Orchestra PHILADELPHIA 1200 of Experience Gates on WCAU Woman Looks at ths World Sextet French Princess and Arden Knights Orchestra Aces Dreams Copeland Health talk Three Naturals of Helen Trent 2 Womens Club of the Al deClchiny soprano Womens Club of the Air Forbes Cutler the Theatre Flashes 4 the Looking Glass Band Pup Armstrong CHOICE WINESTIlQUORS Champagne Gin Imported Brandic At the Lowest Prices PHONE CHESTER 3G91 SIMON BRUNER COK THIRD MARKET STS I n a Single Motion PictureThe Furious Drama of Todays New World LYRIC 3rd AND HIGHLAND AYE TODAY WEDNESDAY MATlXFi AT Z M PINO CROSBY f JACK OAKIE TOO MUCH HARMONY MEDIA THEATRE MEDIA LAST TI7UES TODAY JIMMY AND SALLY With James Dunn Claire Trevor Feature To The Last Alan and The Mad Game Mntince Daily 230 WJZ YORK p of takeniy po Judith Allfii IFT S DeMilies This Dny the romtntic itcrfs nirm is the vicictis v Grren plays the role Tlrrairicnl producer oos Ihcv hit CTI in Cecil B and Age Liiyan Tash ampire Harry of r hnrassed rinri Nrc SparkF County from nnlil oclock applicants for his Among Media Sick Tne condition of J Morgan Wood orii nf Medias olcirv residents who has hcon a patient in the Delaware Couuiy llopHal tiir two months rrmains about the same conJc iv cnneciy vole in an Stanley Theatre Theatre Jinvny and Sally iha higiv hi of the month wiii be shown again this evening nt the Meriii Theatre after a crowded prr fovmaiice las Tames Dvnn ni CUiir Treior are rCsponsihi for the principal prrts and the Miekcv iis Ihe l arri up ihn ove iuir onsr1 Slorr t nov lt Zanc Greys To Raiuioiph S Buster Crihljr Spruce and Rrlpli M frature wH avardrg of a mniinee to o Ard Ol pircc of firinin The Bad Gnirr icy Trivor Tlin big cioul cnrhanrod by hr Fxy Racer at She chiic hnt tantalising nrin vhoni tliry caiird tVR Kinps Lillian Kprvcy will Uke Ihr cai iri Mv Lip Btray vih poielfnvoiced John Boles cuppoviins rr Whcsi the King found oui jul vho this charmer ho in a royal rago lititi but tec for yourself uprightly pny liUin romance of a maid who made a Kin ENTERTAIN FKIKNOS Mr and Mrs Jiiiiiv WAtts Mcrcur cnlcrtainetl Insi ovcriug i Nrthfr nook their estate on Ihe Providtnn road Their guests wore Baron fnd Bar oncRS Ofazio Nicola SxUo Mr and Mrs Tliomas Cohall Mr and Mrs John SoBinan Albcrt Mr and Mrs Jamrs Watts v Mr fnd Mrs John A Mllburn and Mr and t Mrs J Branson Edmunds noon toi of C Heignts continues to improve i Lester Stmonson of Virginia who figtircd in an automobile accident re cently at which time he sustained a broken leg is doing nicely Mrs T Ellwood Allison of Walling ford who uridcrwent an operation for appendicitis has gone to her apartment at Drexci Hill James Wilcox nf Wawa a medical palieiit has mproved and returned home lor Christmas Mr ard Honry Rosse of Garden Cit beinc concraluiatrd upon the of a son at the hos piial Christina Kve George one year old of Radnor is treated for a cold A large i erinon tree in the office being admired The fuprmifnrleiit dietician and nurses were iihrrally remembered Theodore of Bowlins Gresn is rrciiiiunp his health nicely Miss Hrier dietician at the hospital was the dinner guest vestcrday o relatives at Oxford f1 p n Farm and Home Hour vie and sketch Gale Page SOIIRS 200 Wilson brcbcEtra sketch Vn Llndhc Dlsiscsc Rochester Civic Orchestra Guy Fracr Harrison conductor Bctv anil sketch Marlcy R Sncrrls i Dane orchestYn 5 In tnc Forward Dr Horace M Kailen New School for Social Research 5 3C StnpliiK Lady Little Orphan Annto 6 St Louis SyniphonV doir direc tion Cariton Martin 6 Mary Small songs Lowell Thomas 7 n Andy 7 lr IncUvltiunl Rights and the NRA MATINEE AT TOTH THEATnES EVERY DAY THIS WEEK p TO ALL STRAND TODAY MATINEE 2 PM CLARK HELEN GABLE HAYES WITH LIONEL BARRYMORE in NIGHT FLIGHT KXTRAl TODAY ONLY DUKE ELLINGTON in BLACK AND TAN TODAY MATIXEK 2 P APOLLO KEN MAYNARD in The FicldHn Buckaroo The blazing star of I Am A Fugitive turns his raging fury upon Modern and leaves her quivering under the lash From good to bad from old to new West to East Heaven to Hsii 5 WOMEN held his in soft hontii hands Jhol sc to slrcngle AllNS MacMAHON MARY ASTOP MARGAilU tIKOSftV PATRICIA E1AIS J E A N M U I R TODD PATSY KELLY Starts LAST TIMES TODAY H G WELLS THE iHVlSSBLE MAN5 STARTS TOMORROW CONSTANCE PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR LICENSES Retiuire a SURETY BOND Ihcpe bonds SWEENEY CLYDE 2 K Fifth Si Pliorir Chester filll Mrs Marika Greek Tells How Guiicura Healed Pimples Tlie IrmiWe v i Liotlics on ny skin and took the form of pimpcs ilrrrrt fficctcd were ivry face nnd bnck The pimples nnd nnd iicirtl nnd burned I wanted to scratch cortinuniy i rupions nnd more pimples come I coiiid rot wcir lurc ns thM enured thorn to burn rcmfdjiiuit viinojt success The trouble Listed about a month before I trial Cuioira Sorp and Ointment They afforded relief in two days nnd within rire days I was compleely Signed Mrs Martha Creek 401 Uarr St McDonald Pa J tprilc Olnlmcrt2cindSvc Talcum Kc ProrrclivE PoUcr firult Corp Maiden MUM Round Trip 25c Sunrtiys nnd New Years Hay between CHKSTEK and WILMINGTON PimADKLPUIA PENNS GROVE N T PARTIES Your friends will he giving parties this week impromptu dances fireside gatherings Undoubtedly your name will he suggested Will you he in reach when they telephone their invitations With a telephone in your home you need never he left out of it By telephone you are always in touch good times arc always at hand i item of home equipment contributes more to your happiness than a telephone You can have one for less than 10 cents a day THE FEtt TELEPHONE COSrrANY OF rE N N SY A N1 Allurinsr as an ANGEL hut danger ous is Ihe Devil She Turcd men to their crslacy and Ihcn to their doom AFTER TONIGHT tcllh GILBERT ROLAND IT for A M j 52S r M Wllmlnston 3S Slfl r M j lv tor Pcnm rrnvn and A M S WILSON LINE MARKET STREET WHARF 300 BEAUTIES5 SONG 1000 DAZZLING SURPRISES 20 GfEAT STARS RUBYKEEIERDICK POWEIL JOAK ILONDtllJIMMY CACHET CUT XIBIHTFANK McHUG THE BLONDE BOMBSHELL JEM HARLOW in COSHNG with TKK OBRIEN JEAN HARLOW in BLONDE BOMBSHELL TRACY   

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