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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 12, 1948, Chester, Pennsylvania                                Graduation At Smedley On Monday Night A twilight graduation ceremony featuring the deposing of a lead tube containing the Archives of American Heritage in the school grounds will be held Monday June 14 at Smedley Junior High School The exercises will begin at 630 p m on the athletic field and in case of rain will be held Tuesday at the same time If it should rain both nights the exercises will be held Wednesday May 16 at 10 a m in the Stanley Theatre Zeal for American Democracy is the theme of the program and the school will be decorated with some 350 American flags as a backdrop for the graduates Diplomas will be awarded to the 313 graduates by Norman W McKeever School Board president The archives in the lead tube will include copies of the graduation program class annual Chester Times yearbook Chester Times and Bulletin editions of the day a rep lica of the Declaration of Independ ence and a Freedom Train program book The tube will be deposited by the school flagpole by David Wbod during a retreat ceremony by a color guard from Stevenson Post 190 American Legion and the students The theme of the program will be expressed by voice groups under the direction of Mrs Harriet Weiss An effective presentation is achieved by choral speaking in which each Individual can contribute a measure of success The class officers are President Francis C Carter vice president Walter C Jackson 3rd secretary Barnice A Hager treasurer Wilroy C Burnett Members of the graduating class are Betty Ackroyd Donald Althoff Joseph Ambrosino Jr Eugene An thony Christine Apostolis Byron Ashbidge Lillie Avery Clifton Ayers Anita Baiocco Elizabeth Baldwin Dolores Barlow Robert Batter Diana Bauer Jean Beard sley Joyce Beauchamp Walter Bet tner Richard Boates Helen Bone James Booth John Borneo George Borrero Eleanor Boulden Mildred Bowden Janet Bozman Terrance Bradigan Russell Beese Robert Brennan Charles Bristol Leonard Brown Meric Brown Wil liam Brownhill Clayton Brubaker Jr Harry Bryan Walter Brysiak Willroy Burnett Isabel Butler An thony Calise William Calise David Campbell Slouise Carlton Audrey Carroll Francis Carter James Cen name David Chernoff Gus Christo poulos Betty Clark Eugene Clark William Clark Ralph Cocci David Coe Jr Lillian Cohen Jean Cooke Anthony Cornacchia James Cornett Arlene Cotie Mar garet Coulter Patricia Crawford Helen Crowley Marvin Daley Ethel Dambach John Daniels Theodora Danos Elaine Darling Carole Davis Herbert Davis Jr Melvin Davis Walter Davis Mary DeJohn Donald Denton Delaine Dewees Margaret DeLorenzo Robert Dickerson Wili meia Diamond Francis DieVart Lucretia DiNauta Isabelle DiPaoIa Marian Martin Patterns Loretta Dixon Barbara Dodds Patricia Dodds Raymond Downie Jr Helen Doyle Eugenia Dracopoulos Rebecca Dunn Dorothy DuWeglou June Eckler Mary Elder Joan Elman Martha Elliott Mary Emory Don ald Ewing Elaine Faddis Jean Feeley Kathryn Fellenbaum Nich olas Ferrante Francis Ferrara Phillis Finan Edith Forsythe Shirley Fox Robert Fromal Janet Fullerton Russel Gatchel Leona Gaval Carol George Bernice Gibbs Gerald Gilmartin Eleanore Given William Gordon Jr Eliza beth raham William Green Ber nice Hager Robert Hager Richard Hamilton Betty Harrison Patricia Hartzler Frank Hashorva Freder ick Hausmann Florence Hawkins James Hendrickson Elsie Hewitt Patsy Higgins Mary Hines Julia Hionis Patricia Hoenbrook Donald Hoffecker Robert Howe Franklin WALLY SIZES SUCCESS DRESS It will pay you to make this dress Whatever its career busi ness or social Pattern 9234 is a style winner Bow gores soft sup ple lines easy straightaway sewing This pattern gives perfect fit is easy to use Complete illustrated Sew Chart shows you every step Pattern comes in sizes 12 Jean Smith Wins Yeadon Scholarship Jean Smith received the Yeadon Parent Teacher Association Academic Scholarship to the stu dent in the academic course who excells in scholarship leadership character and service i This and other scholarships and awards were announced at thei Yeadon High School commencement j exercises Thursday night in the Bell Avenue gymnasium The Yeadon PTA Commercial Scholarship of to the commer cial student who excells in scholar ship leadership character and ser vice and who will use it for ad vanced commercial training wentj to Elfreda Terstappen i The following members of thej class have been awarded college scholarships Gertrude Cairns Uni versity of Pennsylvania Temple University and Drexel Institute Joan Holden Temple University and Beaver College Marilyn Rector Penn and Beaver College Marjorie Donaldson Ursinus College and Juniata College Hannah Frumer Moravian College William Leonard state senatorial scholarship Elaine Day University of Pennsylvania Jean Smith Temple William Congrove passed Navy ROTC examination and U S Naval Academy examination Barry Wiggins passed Navy ROTC ex amination Scholastic awards included Mercy Harris Award of by PTA to senior boy best meeting qualifica tions of scholarship leadership character and service William Con grove Mildred Skillen Award of to girl meeting same qualifications Gertrude Cairns Departmental awards by PTA ofj each English Marilyn Rector social studies Marjorie Donaldson languages Marjorie Donaldson science Gertrude Cairns mathe matics Marjorie Donaldson indus trial arts Richard Bertine music Mary Ann Kidder art Wayne Emma cappetelli Anthony By Leonard Sansont 14 16 18 40 Size 16 takes 4 yards 39inch fabric Send TWENTYFIVE cents in coins for this pattern to Chester Times 32 Pattern Dept 232 West 18th St New York 11 N Y Print NAME ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER So many more dresses just as smart as this See them in our MARIAN MARTIN Pattern Book for Summer Twice as exciting as ever this catalog of newsmaking fashions is yours for FIFTEEN cents more Printed right in the book a FREE pattern and direc tions for a beachutility bag Clayton School Has Program CHESTER PA TIMES SATURDAY JUNE 12 1941 J3 Childrens Movie Corner Marilyn Link was announcer for ithe assembly program presented by dny i The program openedwith devo tions Including the Bible reading by Mrs Naomi Keene A play The Tenth Avenue 1216 lit tle interest 812 fair Three Daring 816 Saturday Junr 12th through Friday June 18th v weekly itulde to the suitability of vv I Mrs Josephine Renncbergs sixth netstorhoxi movies for j od Objectionable in grade class at Clayton School Fri1 by the Delaware Council of To The 1216 good of ParentTeachers1 Associations has type 812 unsuited Objectionable bpiii compiled by the Media PTA Ratings are taken from Parents Magn ylne niul the Legion of Decency Where differ the Legions rating will be In parentheses ratinKS are unavailable will not he listed In this column Parents Masnzlne Medal Award Films and those accepted by the Childrens Film Library nre capitalized because they arc usually best for children Pumpkinville PTA Meets had the following cast Jacqueline Shatz Patty Lou Helm Joseph Conrad Joseph Phelan Shlrlee Koernig Watson James Weaver Jerry Edge Jean Cornell Willinm Reynolds Jovce Curtis Douglas I Peterson nnd Marilyn Barnes i ADVENTURES OF ROBIN j Dolores Zickpraf Joan Mlllejand i CHILDRENS FILM LI Joyce Curtis did tap dances while JBRARY Alice Nye Douglas Watson Shlrlee Alias A Gentleman 1216 fair Keornig nnd Donald Nasko pre 812 good of type Unobjectionable sented songs A poem was recited for Donald Nasko Ellen Stafford Angels Unobjectionable Janice Dooley and William Vair for all i School Trips April 1216 good of Children of the first five grades attype 812 unsuited Unobjection Clnvton visited the Philadelphia able for Tuesday and Wednesday of this BISHOPS WIFE MEDAL week Mrs Helen Greenhalghs AWARD FILM group visited Valley Forge on Wedj Black 816 unsuited nesdny i Blond 1216 fair 812 The school will contribute to thei tense for many Unobjectionable care of child at Camp Sunshine I for adultsi for a week i Blondlc In the 816 in Trejusure of Sierra Madre 12 16 good 812 unsuited Unobjec tionable for Who Killed Doc Unob jectionable for all Winter 816 unsuited off your sunglasses so I can see who youre looking at was by Sherman Howard and Clyde Dalton The class officers for the year Marcus Hook Graduates 59 The ninth grade of the Marcus Hook Junior High School held their graduation exercises on Wednesday evening in the school auditorium There were fiftynine graduates i pinia Lee Bell Viola Tamely Salem were Edward Esslinger president Emma Ceppetelli vicepresident Elaine Lucas secretary Dominick Tridente treasurer Jackie Gross son of Mr and Mrs John Gross of Market street cele brated his fourteenth birthday on June 8th The guests were Billy Ward Virginia Blades Phil Gullo Marie Blades Mildred Broat Vir They were as follows John Beared Dolores Biafore Lily Bode Mrs Lnyflclcii Mr Rav The sixth grade taught by Mrs jgood of type Naomi M Kecne went to Cono Bold 816 wingo Dam Md last week The trip i of type was made by bus and those whoj Bowery went were Norman Craig Irene of type 816 good good Donnelly Richard Edgar Norman Bride Goes 1216 mature Daily Cryptogram GOING UP STATEHOPL NFJ BJJIV PJ DZIT AOGT HJSGTP F Z V P J P J D Z A A T Q X T 8 AOGT OPV VPOSG Solution Monday Yesterdays solution The suc cess of humor depends not alone on the teller bur also on the audi ence Dunn Eleanor Hampton Cole Gitt man Marjorie Orayslon Judith Hall Gloria Hughes Ronald John for many 812 unsuited Unob jectionable for Bury Me Objectionable in son Alfred Lutts Donald Mays part A Michael Melkc Thomas Melvin California FirebrTtnd 1216 rou Jeanne Messick Thomas Shuebrook tine 812 good of type William Snyder Mary Snyder Also Alva Steckel Helen Strazdus Mnrjorie Strazdus Grover Walters Richard Webb Lloyd Welch George Woolaver George Yenger Kenneth Yeager David Strazdus Betty Jean Webb Mrs Stella Strnzdus Mrs Anna Craig Mrs Loretta Steckel Long Dollv Thomas Mrs Edith Mrs Ethel Heintzle Mrs Grace Koontz Edward Hnll and Mrs Keene CLUBHOUSE HOTEL The Snot AL SMALL NIGHTLY Dancing Fri Sat Kites TELEVISION 511 WELSH ST BAR 827 EDGMONT CHESTER When good fellows get together Howe Alfred Howett Harold Hughes Benjamin Huselton Charles Hutchins Stella lacbno Florence larlori Nancy Ives Walter Jackson 3rd Bertram Jackson Charles Jen kins Jr Jeanne Jenkins Barbara Johnson John Jones Jr Albert Kerr Sarah Kilgore Alton King Susanna Kirifides Ellen Knight Irene Knott Norman Knbtt Helen Kocsis Richard Lander Ralph Laws Donald Laytpn Kenneth Lee Robert Lenart Lois Leonard Bar bara evenstein William Levis Freema Levy Joan Lewis Robert Linn Colleen Luther Jean McAnall Eleanor Me Coach Claire McCole James Mc Laughlin Martha McCormick Bar bara McHenry Joseph Macaroni Raymond Maculley Roy MacDonald Jr Christine MacDougall Beatrice Maier James Makrigiannis Russell MacLean Frederick Marklin II Charles Massey Vicko Melada Jos eph Melchiorre Joseph Melnikoff William Mercadante Charles My ers Jr Helene Meyers Eunice Mil ler Gladys Moran Suzanne Mos ser Evelyn Much John Murray Joseph Mussington Edith Myers Lola Northam Arthur OConnor Helen Ogden Sarah Pal ermo Sarah Parent Kathryn Park er Virginia Passaro James Peters Raymond Phillips Arthur Pierce Patricia Pierce Raymond Pierdom enico Robert Pippin Joan Plaug her Audrey Plummer JunePollock Richard Poore William Powelson Anita Powers Barbara Price Doris Prutzman Frank Psonak Richard Psonak Hurley Pursell Loretta Rady Esterlene Randolph Virginia Reber Joanne Reese Henry Reid Bea trice Rhoads Wallace Ripka Marie i Roberts Bruce Robinson Carmen JRollo Robert Romanoski Sidney IRose Herbert Rosenblatt Sondra JRosenthal Florence Rostron Wayne jRumbel John Ryan John Ryan Marian Sacco Robert Sakers Irvin Davis The American Legion Award of a medal and to student in senior class of citizenship and American ism Burton Church Dr Albert Bland Medal to outstanding boy athlete John Allen Yeadon Board of School Directors Medal to out standing girl athlete Lois Gore Rennsalaer Polytechnic Institute Medal to boy ranking high in science and mathematics Frank Prady Yeadon High Commercial English Prize of for commercial English Beatrice Ostroff Margaret Smith Scull medals from Alumni Associa tion for most outstanding perform ance in dramatics Mailyn Rector and Raymond DeAncona Yeadon Square Club Medals for outstanding service to school Mary Ann Kidder and Raymond De Ancona Kiwanis Club Medal for effort industry sincerity and pro gress Peter Lista R H Rudolf Award of for typewriting Jane Koechig Rudolf Award for steno graphy Freida Carey Administra tion Award of for commercial subjects Dolores Falgiatore DAR Good Citizen Medal for competitive examination in Ameri can history Marjorie Donaldson special vocal music award of given by Mrs Marcy Feder to Lyn Lawlor award for Womens Club of Yeadon for highest rating in mathematics and spelling Joan Holden Art Department Award of Edward Gallagher National Honor Society Award of for ser vice to school activities Jacqueline Suplee Alice Carter Award of for greatest ability in public speaking John Bonsall Lucy Still Award of for outstanding service through Student Government Jacqueline Suplee William Sherratfc Award of S10 for greatest contribution to com munity ina civic way Barry Wig gins Student Government Award of for time and energy given to student government work John Thomas Junior Womens Club Award of for outstanding work in home economics Frances Davies Dr Al bert Bland Medal scholarship in junior class Howard Harvey Yea don Board of School Director Medal to student ranking highest in sopho more class in scholarship Frank Merrill Art Progress Award of a print Elaine Day Scholastic Art Award of S250 and a certificate of merit Mariana Meneses Chieffo Elsie Crone Donald Davis Rose Marie DeSanto Josephine Di Benedetto Ranee Dodson James Esslinger William Fislier Jack Gat McCUf BROTHERS MAPLE WOOD HOTEL LENNI PA DANCING Fri and Sal NITES TO A GAY NEW BAND THE VARIETY BOYS Frank MingU piano Dick Schultt guitar and Ed ban SINGING AND PLAYING YOUR FAVORITE NUMBERS Alwayi tht ef fpod Saunders Shirley Savage Savits James Schaeffer Harry Shirley Schlosser Elsie Schlagel Shirley Schlotzhauer Raymond Schriver Margaret Schwalbe Harriet Schwartz Holly Scott Catherine Seaman Margaret Sechler Marlene Sellers Adaire Sexton Josephine Sharp George Sharpless Joyce Renee Silber Arthur John Smedley John Shusman Simpson KEENANS 103 WEST THIRD STREET Musical Bar Appearing Nitely MELISSA MURPHY mt the Hammond Organ WELCOME FIREMEN Cocktail Hour 3 to S Saturday Afternoon j Smith Lee Smith Shirley Smith Shirley Smith Betty Snyder Wil liam sparks Gloria Spencer Frank lin Spinic Patricia Spragg Howard Stafford Marjorie Stafford Mary Stan wood Gervas Steely James Stefanide John Stefanide Mar garet Stewart Mabel Stoddart Elizabeth Straehle Marian Suppan Lowell Sutton Prank Sweeney Mario Teti Katherine Thompson Regina Tiburzi Sarah Tice Jack Toanone Lois Touring Harry Towson John Trosino Anne Vail William Van Kleeck 3rd James VanZandt olas Veratti Robert Vestal Doris Vincent Jean Vincent Peter Vis icuso Yolanda Volpe Joan Walker Dolores Walley Martha Wanzel j Paul Ward Robert Watson Alfred Waychunas Jr Nancy Webb Dolores Webster Doris White Will IWilkerson Arthur Williams Arlene I Wilson Prank Wise Earle Wolfe l Jr David Wood Joan Wood Prank iWooten Nancy Wrightsman Gene ivieve Yanchulis Gloria Yoder Robert Zacary Janet Zeleznick Times Classified Ads run Ivtry Night at Te Philadelphia t Rttom 1 florloui It flwtinf kall Mtth rcheitft th ktit year DELAWARE t CHESAPEAKE CANAL CRUISE JATUKDAT JUNI ii toft N twfitt Arrlvn PM SlM lAILimt T MiiMilplito AM PM PM PM PM PtMIMnvi WHmiMtm PM PM PM Khrtfrlw kHk IfTll AM PM Ml kktteto Iff Nit femtar Hrwvtow AM PM T AM PM Also itofrt Ptnmgravt AM PM Special to Group WILSON LINE CARS COLLIDE IN EIGHTH WARD Two auto accidents were reported to police on Thursday Autos driven by Patrick Callo of 2 East Ninth street Marcus Hook and Meyer Greenberg of 5714 Pem berton street Philadelphia collided at Seventh and Pusey streets just before 6 p m Both drivers esti mated damage to their cars at more than The other collision wax at Second and Lloyd streets just before 1230 p m Drivers of the two autos in volved were Thomas J Kelly of 713 Pusey street and Charles Driggens of 1601 West Second street The accident happened as Drlggens lost control of his car Damage was slight mond Blades were visitors at Re hoboth Beach Mrs Courtley Parramore and sons James Charles and William of 46 Maple street have gone to Flor assmiBei vvimtuu r f f qllmmer tone Rosemary Gaudmo James ida for toe summer Gill Anna Griffiths Paul Guerrie Mabel Hannum Richard Hays Jane Donald Simpson of 45 East Tenth street is spending tyie summer with his grandparents Mr and Mrs Hall Lindsay Florence Loc Lucas Salvatore Mane Manna Dolores McCIain Raymond McFadden Jr Ann Louise Minor Herman Miron Andrew Montella Joseph Montella Sam Moschella Genere Patrone Nick Pettinati Glenna Phillippe George Piasccki Jr Ethel Porter Robert Reed Bar bara Rees Lloyd Roberts Gerald Roden Earl Ruebeck Jr Barbara Rullo Ellen Seward Robert Simms Louise Sipple James Sitaras Mar tha Smith David Solum Robert Stewart Margaret Taylor Dominick Tridente Earl Wallace Kathryn Weldon and Paula Wilcox The school orchestra opened the program by playing the Star Span gled Banner and Rev G Harold Hill gave the Invocation The play for the evening was en titled Stairway to the The scene was the class of 1948 at a banquet in a bright spot in Holly wood California The cast included Master of Ceremonies Jack Bus cemi Jimmie Durante Robert Simms Harpo Marx George Pia secki Judy Canova Jane Heacock Jimmie Stewart Robert Stewart Charles Boyer Salvatore Maner choa ledy LaMarr Lilly Beth Bode Cass Daley Martha Smith waiters Genere Patrone Eddie Es slinger Tony Chieffo and Charles Manna photographer Paula Wil cox flower girl Ann Minor and members of the party ninth grade class The play was written and directed by Prances E Casey Musical di rection was by Margaret Copson dance direction by Janet Johnson costumes by Florence Abraham orchestra by Harry P Wendel scenery Victoria DiDomlnico stage Clarence M Gilbert and the lighting Virginia Speaker Lets Build a Stairway to the Stars was song by the ninth grade class A tap dance was given by Janet Johnson and her star dusters Yours Is My Heart Alone was rendered by Robert Reed Great Day by Robert Stewart and ninth grade boys Without aSong by ninth grade class Because Youre You by Emma Ceppetelli and Jack Buscemi All the Things You Are by Emma Ceppetelli and girls trio ballet by Janet Johnson and the star dusters Will You Remember by Barbara Rees and girls Octet The Song is You by ninth grade dance duo by Janet Johnson and Dominic Tridenti Out of My Dreams by girls chorus I Dream of You by ninth grade girls and boys trio solo dance Softly as in i The Marcus Hook Baptist Church wl11 hold its Saturdav evening Street iMeeting on the corner of Tenth and Market Streets tonight at eight oclock The Cokesbury Methodist Church will hold a strawberry festival to night from 7 oclock until 9 oclock at the church The Marcus Hook Fire Depart ments Junior Band will hold regular practice on Sunday evening at 7 oclock in the Marcus Hook Firc house Mrs Elizabeth Lorettn and daugh ters Mary Anne and Penny of 908 Church street and Mrs Hamilton of 504 Market street spent Thurs day shopping in Philadelphia Mr and Mrs James Datillo Of 919B Church street are celebrating their wedding anniversary today McCOY TO TEACH AT ART SCHOOL John W McCoy of Chadds Ford soninlaw of the late N C Wyeth noted illustrator will be a member of the Springs faculty at the summer school Chester of the Pennsylvania Academy nf Fine Arts The academy will open Its two summer schools on June 14 It wns announced by Joseph T Frascr Jr director of the academy A six weeks course opens at Broad and Cherry streets Philadelphia and will close July 24 There will be life portrait costume and croquis classes for painters At the country school In Chester Springs a full course of study in painting and sculpture will be given for both day and boarding students This school will remain open through Sept 4 COURT PROHIBITS USE OF APARTMENTS The court has issued K perma nent injunction against theuse of three apartments in N e w t o w n Township because of alleged viola tion of the building and zoning codes of the township However Judge Harold L Ervin taking note of the shortage of dwelling facili ties orders that the injunction Is not to take effect until after June 30 1950 The township through Raymond E Larson brought the action against Katharine B Fusseli owner of the property located on Paoll road A barn had been converted into three apartments It was claimed without a building permit having been obtained The injunction applies to Mrs Fusseli and the occupants of the apartments Edmund and Katherine Taylor Robert and Ruth Chappelle nnd Charles and Gypsum Ward The defendants were represented by Geary and Rankin the Morning Johnson Sunrise by Janet ON MOTOR TOUR TO WEST COAST YELLOWSTONE HOT SPRING ACTIVE Yellowstone Park Wyo UP Visitors to Yellowstone National Park are having to make a detour as they tramp over the terraces of mammoth hot springs A new out break of hot water that started a short time before the park was opened for tourist traffic is now flowing over a part of the long established path forcing sightseers to choose a new route The soft crumbly travertine lime stone deposited from the highly charged hot water is forming rather rapidly along the new wntercourse Beautiful yellow and orange color ation Indicates the presence of heatloving algae lowjy forms of I plant life responsible for most of the bright hues seen in Yellow stones hot springs Northslde 1216 excel lent R12 mature for many Objec lonable in Cass 1216 mature for many 812 unsuited Unobjec tionable for CORSICAN BROTHERS CHILDRENS FILM LIBRARY Daniel 816 excellent Duel in the Adults only 816 unsuited Unob jectionable for Fabulous 816 unsuited Fighting Unobjectionable for all 1216 good 812 ma ture for many Good 816 good of type Green Grass of 816 good I Became a 816 un suited Main Street 816 fair Unobjectionable for MIRACLE OF THE MEDAL AWARD FILM News 818 good of type Unobjectionable for Night 1216 good 812 little Interest Unobjectionable for The Other 816 unsuited Pretender 1216 tense for many 812 unsuited CONGRESS TODAY GENE AUTRY THE LAST SUNDAY AND MONDAY Jeanette MacDonald THREE DARING DAUGHTERS In Technicolor 816 good Return of the Durango Unobjectionable for Return of Rin Tin 818 good 816 good of type Un objectionable for Sitting 816 very good Unobjectionable for Sleep My 1216 mature for many 812 unsuited of the Thin 1216 mature for many 812 unsuited Objectionable In part 1216 excellent 812 mnture for many Unobjectionable for FREK PARKING AIll CONDITIONKD COLLEGE mam SWARTHMORE STRAND THIRD t AND REANEV WED THURS FRI It SAT Chester Iloatl at Falrvlcw Road LAST TIMES TODAY JACK SOTHKRN V APRIL SHOWERS ADDKO MARCH OF TIME IKESIDKNTIAL YEAR 1MB X Weir Travel Agency Fly from Philadelphia To noslon 1545 Ios Anuelps ClilciiRO 3d Mllwiukce 3U70 DrlroU 2140 IiLlsblircIl 1430 TM T JTI fr6 Canvn 12053 San Franco 13945 George L Armitage Jr and city sflzo Seattle Speare both of Swarthmore left coo uupl CU CT 11 last week on a two months motor tour of the west By way of the Shenandoah Val ley and Great Smokies they headed i for New Orleans From there theyi intend to head for the west coast camping In all the national parks They are carrying a tent and full camping equipment with them i They will return by a northern route about the end of July STATE LUTHERAN MARKS PAYMENTS Middletown Pa con ThT class gift was presented by of old St Peters Church Edward Esslinger Whiffenpoof Middletown one of Pennsyl Song song by Jack Buscemi and class class song words by Virginia Lindsey and Janet Johnson The benediction was given b the ninth grade class The presentation of certificates British Official to HORIZONTAL cysti 15 Pictured 6 Preposition British official 7 Lieutenant II Natives of Rome 13 Penetrated 15 Pieces but IS Gasp 18 Challenge 19 Sweet secretion 20 Too 21 Otherwise 22 Year ab ab 8 Native of Media 9 Verbal 10 More succinct 11 Depend 12 Health resort 14 Opine IVMorindin dye 25 Before 26 Cravat 30 Mineral rock 43 College cheen 33 Steps 35 Fondle 36 Thick slice 39 Essential being 44 Halfem 45 Self 46 Lambs pen name 47 Uproar 23 Type measure 27 Augrnent 24 Bristle 28 Smell 31 Disencumber 32 Sedan 33 Sow 34 Fish sauce 38 Street ab 37 An SenO 39 Ball 42 Woody plant 46 Sins 48 Ventilates 49 Rhinoceros beetle 50 Prevaricate 51 He is 53 Indolent 55 MDinw VERTICAL 1 Jestert 2 Sheaf 3 Yarn spindle 4 Names ab ISttectoiH 28 Wood sorrel 29 Split pea 40 Fall in drops 52 Suffix 41 Italian city 54 Symbol for 42 Tooth tellurium Repeat Performance THE DESERT SONG Original Score Columbus Center Auditorium JTuet June P M Tickets at Robert L Paintcri and Tollinjs Furniture Store H vanias oldest Lutheran chr hes tomorrow will hold its annual rental payments service Members of the Authur King Bible Class will make their yearly pilgrimage to the 181yearold edi fice to pay a single grain of wheat to the heirs of George Fry who donated the land on which the church stands The church constructed of native brownstone was erected In nine years before the of Independence Although it still is in a fine state of preservation the structured is used only on special occasions The new church located nearby was built 71 years ago K MONDAY AND TUESDAY I SLEEP MY LOVE 25c Tax Cheslnrs Most Theatrt BOYD 2nd TOWERING i I over all outdoor adventurw this picture Is unsurpaftftd for Us magnificence and li recommended for tht entire i family Mary OHaras MED IA AIIICONOITIONKD LAST TIMKS TODAY VAN A I The Bride Goes Wild SUNDAY AND MONDAY Yvonne Dan BLACK BART In Technicolor Matlnet Daily Z P M ALSO March of 4 Life With Junior Features P M STANLEY Theatre Most Popular Theatret EDDY iStahles Musical Bar EDDYSTONE HOTEU 600 Morton AVI Chestir Appearing NUhtl BUD BOWMAN Jit the Keyboard Crfrfie MrCormickff DRIVE IMV THE LUNCH BOX Post Road Trainer Have In Your Cur SUNDAV AND MONDAY Alan Lake SAIGON LETS MAKE RHYTHM And Other Short Subjects Saville Ave EDDYSTONE Claudette Colbert SLEEP MY LOVE LYRIC THIRD HIGHLAND HJJMPHREY BOG ART THE TREASURE OF SIERRA MADRE Sunday Continuous from 2 P M EAST SIDE KIDS THE NEWSHOUNDS ALSO Albert Dekker in THE PRETENDER MATINEES MOM to FRI LAST TIMKS TODAY Mill MY GIRL TISA From Z P M RETURN OF RIN TIN TIN Also STEPCHILD APOLLO LAST TIMES TODAY Rurt Scott I WALK ALONE From Z P M BOWERY BUCKEROOS GENTLEMEN AFTER DARK 1STRAND Scientifically Air Conditioned THIRD AND ttOTD THIND AND REANEY LAST TIMES TODAY Dana Baxter Walter Huston SWAMP WATER From Z P M William Carroll FABULOUS TEXAN Mr Bous Son ta Town St Cecelias Choir FINAL DANCE OF SEASON 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