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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 25, 1961, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DEIAWARE COUNTY (PA.) OAtLT "rtWBS I Wednesday. October 85, 1961 FAMILY DOCTOR Old Sayings May Be Downright Harmful By HAROLD HVMAN, M, D. Although I am a great admir- er and lover of antiquities, there are some relics of the past that don't merit preservation.. And some of these are "old say- ings" that may be downright harmful. Here are a few of these na- Camp pus Corner .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bell, 10; E. Parkway, Chester, arc home after attending the home- coming week at AJderson-Broad- dus College, Phillippi. W. Va., where their son, Douglas Char- les Bell, is a sophomore. Dolores B. Sesso of Drexel Hill, Margaret B. Strobe) of Darby, and Ann W. Garlichs of Havertown have been named to the'dean's list at the College for Women and the School of Nursing of the University of Pennsylvania for the second se- mester of the 1960-61 academic year. Elinor Winn, 148 Flintlock Road, Drexel Hill, has been elected head of house of her dormitory, New Castle Hall, at thJXUniversity of Delaware. Johnson Baker of Moyfan, John C. Martin Jr., of Media, and Margaret Kraalz of Spring- field are among the students at DenLson University, Gran- Ohio, who were named to the dean's list for 1960-61. Charles W. Springman, son and' Mrs. Edgar P. Springman, 1102 Johnson St., Chester, is a member of the art staff of Kodon, the literary magazine at Wheaton College, Wheaton, 111.: A senior, Spring- man is majoring in literature. cienl saws concerning which I have had inquiries over the course of the'past few months: To ward off insects, especially if a baby has hay fever, wet a rag in kerosene and hang il on the end of the crib. (But what if pop smokes a pipe? And mom carries a lighted cigarette in her Repeated use of baby oil clogs the infant's skin and prevents it from developing normally. (Oil lubricates. It doesn't clog'.) Daily use of mineral oil causes, or contributes to, can- cer of the bowel (Nonsense.) Adding bath oils to water in the tub results in changes in the menstrual cycle. (Pishlosh.) Drinking cold water after eat- ing bananas may produce a fa- tal indigestion To prevent trouble when the child is cutting teeth, tie a dime around t h e youngster's neck. (Absurd.) Lf a woman does home can- ning while she is menstruating, the batch will spoil (Idiotic.) Warts are caused by handling frogs. (Untrue) A bag containing asefetida, tied around a child's nock, war off infectious diseases. (But bel- ter be immunized.) A blow on a woman's breast may later cause cancer. (Bui what woman, with or without cancer, has not suffered an oc- casional blow on that very vul- nerable Drinking whisky is an anti- dote to snake poisoning. (But what effect has it'on pink ele- Drinking water with meals is a cause of obesity. (And will weight loss result if one eat.s the same meals without the wa- Lewis photo JOAN ATKINS Miss Atkins Is Engaged GIFTS some of the items for the bazaar Saturday at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Edclystone, are (from left) Mrs. George Krentz, chair- man of the Christmas booth; Mrs. George Reed, fancy work booth; and Mrs. Robert Elliott. The event which features a turkey supper, will be from to 7 p.m. Mrs. Zachary Dougherty is chairman and Mrs. John Carroll is in charge of supper tickets. Other chairmen are Mrs. Anna Jackson, attic treasures; Miss Sally Schaeffer, aprons; and Miss Helen Abramchuk, publicity, v People in the News Mrs. William Mohr, formerly of Ridley Park, now of Fuller- ton, Calif., who has been the houseguest of Mrs. Glenn Earl Miller of Bartol Avenue, Ridley Park, has left for Windsor and, Binghamton, N. Y. After a visit to relatives and Fullerton, where she makes her home with her son, David. Jay G. Sawyer, son of Dr. and Mrs. William E.. Sawyer of 111 Delaware Ave., Ridley Park, has entered the U.S. Army. I don't suppose this completes. friends there, she will fly to To- the list. But, if more come along ledo and Maumce, Ohio to see I'll them and pass them her son, Gilbert Mohr and his along from time to time. family, and will then return to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reigart 309 E. Ridley Ave., Ridley Park, expect to have as their guests their friends Mr. and Mrs. Jo- seph Schleicher, who have sold Janet Frltsch, daughter of Mrs. Lillian Fritsch, 1211 Essex Ave., Woodlyn, was co-chairman of her. sorority's float and chair- man decorations commit- tee for the homecoming week- end at, Susquehanna University, Selinsgroye. She.has also been chosen for the varsity hockey team, and on the sophomore Tribunal, the group In charge of Fresh- man hazing. A graduate of Ridley Town- ship High School, Janet is a business education major and member of Alpha Xi Delta sor- ority. Jan H. Cassidy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cassidy, 1249 13th SL, Eddystone, is a member of the Inter Society Council of Bob Jones Univer- sity, Greenville, S. C. Miss Cas- sidy, a third year student in the Institute of Christian Serv- ice, is vice president of the Keramion Literary Society. WV their home in Cincinnati, Ohio, and are moving to Florida, Mrs. Ambrose Dunlap of Glen Riddle was given a surprise birthday party at her home by her sisters, Mrs. E. V. Pyle, Miss Margaret Larkin, and Mrs. A. M. Murphy of West Ches- ter, and a cousin Mrs. S. W. Windle. Richard Habbersett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Habber- sett of Mount Road, Rockdale, a recent graduate of Pennsyl- vania Military College, has en- tered the U.S. Army and left, early this week for Fort Ken- ning, Ga. CHESTER engagement of Miss Joan Dolores Atkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert J. Atkins 120 Baldwin St., to Ronald F. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Dainton, 716 Mdlvame St., has been an- nounced by her parents. The prospective bride is -in alumna of Notre Dame Catholic Gii-ls' High School and is em- ployed by the Scott Paper Co. Her fiance was graduated from St. James High School and will be graduated in Jan- uary from ViJlanova University. No date has been set for the wedding. _ What's Next? CAKE at 11 a.in. at Sharon HiU Food Fair shopping center, Chester Pike, Sponsored by mothers com- mittee of Folcroft Brownie Troop 147. RUMMAGE SALE Satur- day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Media Armory. Sponsored by the Order of Eastern Star chap- ter 51L RUMMAGE Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m., and Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., in Col- lingdale Trinity Protestant Epis- copal Church, Clifton Ave. and MacDade Blvd. Sponsored by Trinity auxiliary. RUMMAGE SALE Satur- day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Marble Hall, "1st and Woodland Ave., Philadelphia. Sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America, Court SL George 1575. CARD at 3 p.m. in Collingdale American Legion Post, MacDade Blvd. md Feiton Ave. Sponsored by Sports Mothers Club. TURKEY SUPPER from 2 to 6 p.m. in Good Will Fire Co.. 15th St. and Provi- dence Ave., Chester. Served by Auxiliary. BAKE AND FOOD Saturday at 10 a.m. at Park- side Methodist Church. Sponsor- ed by the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Mrs. William Scnkowsky and Mrs. Stuart B. Weils Jr. are chairmen. Pick- up and deliery service may be arranged through them. ROAST BEEF zaar Saturday from noon until 9 p.m. at Siloam Mcthodis! Church. Booths Corner. Supper served from to 7 p.m. Miss Joan Marie Petit de Mange became Mrs. Ralph V. Crisanti in a wedding- in St. Robert's Catholic Church, Ches- ter. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calver S. Petit de Mange of Chester. The bridegroom is the son of Anthony Crisanti, also of Chester, and the late Mrs. Cris- anti, are the parents of the bridegroom. Wilitesfde photo Miss Joanne Marie Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thompson of Ridley Farms, became the bride of George Rauchfuss Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rauchfuss of Beaver Falls, in a ceremony in The Blue Church, Spring- field. The newlyweds will live in Beaver Falls when they return from a Southern trip. FClda photo Mrs. Alexander J. Ry- bak Jr. _was Miss Rose Marie Russo before her marriage in the Church of the Immaculate Con- ception Catholic Church, Marcus Hook. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Russo of Boothwyn. The senior Rybaks live in Chester. On their return from a wedding trip to Florida the newlyweds will live at 3748 Chichester Road, Boothwyn. SINCERELY, ED AN WRIGHT Girl Fears 'Hoods' Will Make Trouble Ever use broiM nr skillet-cooked in butter, with ba- con (crisply tomatoes, lettuce and mayonnaise for a club sandwich? 'Use (wo or three layers of bread (toasted) for each sandwich. DEAR EDAN WRIGHT: The school I am attending this year has a reputation for a terrific number of hoods among its stu- dents. There is a girl who goes there that doesn't like me. I did nothing to offend her but she is convinced that she's got a bone to pick with me. So I im afraid that she will give me a rough time. Please tell me what to do. I can't change schools because my parents are having finan- cial difficulties. CHASED STAY OUT of the girl's way as much as possible and don't talk about her. Watch your step in making friends -so "that you won't get into a bad group. 'Be friendly with everyone but hold off on a close association until you arc sure that a girl or boy is the riL'h: kind of company. DEAR MISS WRIGHT: For over a yoar was stuck on a boy wouid hardly give me the time of day. I saw this boy ofton because he no; only won't lo my school but lived in my neifihixjrhood. You can'f imagine1 how much ii hurt to care for him and have him act like I him and started liking other boy.s. And do you know what happened? My old flame came over the other day and told me he liked me. This is what I had wanted to hear for so long but I'm not happy about it.. He- knew that I had become inter- ested in another boy and he came over as if he were Kini; Tut saying: "Here J am. For- get the Other boy. You wanted me once and now I'm avail- able." 'What should I do about H? MIXED UP THE COCKY ATTITUDE could Just be your imagination. Overlook it and ask yourself if you still care. Next, try to un- derstand that a boy can't like you just because you have a yen for him. And he didn't hurt hurt yourself by hang- ing on lo your crush and not accepting the fact that it wasn't mutual. __Very often a boy or .gir! will turn to someone who has been worshiping unnoticed and sud- denly- see the person in a new light. There's nothing wrong in that. Visions of people change as you grow up. Now, I don't suggest that you give up the new boy for your old flame. Date them both and others, too. That will re- solve any suspicison and give you a chance to find out wheth- er your vision has changed. Lohr Kenrs Jr. of Valleybrook Road, Chester Heights, is a pa- tient in Sacred Heart Hospital, Chester, where he will under- go tests and X-rays. i. Mrs. Nelson Smitheman Sr., Llewelyn Road, Chester Heights, observed a birthday this week. William R. 3 W. 8th St., Marcus Hook, is under ob- servation at Chester Hospital. Mr. Wright is custodian of Mar- cus Hook Junior High School. Patricia Ann Weidner, 36 Mary Jane Lane, New town Square, celebrated her eleventh birthday Oct. 13 with an eve- ning party. Tfte affair was highlighted for Patricia by the surprise appear- ance of John McCauley, acting principal of Alice Grim School, and of her 5th Grade teacher. She is now in the 6ih Grade. There were 12 guests. Baptized at St. Mark's Meth- odist Church, Broomall, Sun- day were three children of Mr. and Mrs. James McConnell, 2234 Windsor Circle, Broomall; Christopher Shawn, Jennifer Joan, and Susan Leigh. John R. Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morgan, 914 Upland St., Chester, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Wallace Rtpka of North Highlands, Sacramen- to. Calif. Before returning he will visit LasVegas. Mrs. Ripka was Miss Bernadette Morgan. DEAR MISS WRIGHT: When my mother's friends come to see her, she fixes her hair and dresses up. The rest of the time she hardly ever washes her hair and leaves it hanging straight On top of that sr doesn't clean her naiis and she goes around with dirty clothes. I'm embarrassed to have my friends see my mother and I can't bear to walk down the street with her. ASHAMED OF MY MOTHER WHEN MOM fixes up for her friends, praise her on her looks. Then teli her it's a pity she doesn't show herself off like that all the time. Keep this up and see if it doesn't produce a change. Send your question to Edan WRIGHT in care of this news- paper. Enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Flag Bearer Installed Mrs. S. Dean Kerstetler of Glenolden was installed as flag bearer at the state convention of Deerfoot Council 310, Degree of Pocahontas in Wilmington, Del. She is a member of Deer- foot Craft Dairymaids of Glenolden. Mrs. Russell Courduff, also of Glenolden, was appointed a dep- uty in the chapter by Mrs. Grace Weand of Pine Grove, state chief Dairymaid. Also attending the conclave were Mrs. Harry Roessner of Glenolden. past state chief, and members Mrs. William Ellis, al- so of Glenolden; Mrs. Elva Toc- der and Mrs. Mary Swanker, both of Boothwyn, and Mrs. Irene Black of Chester. Foreign Students To Be Feted Lansdowne Branch American Association of University Wom- en will hold an open house and tea Sunday for foreign students at International House, 140 N. 15th St.; Philadelphia. Mrs. William J. Cresson of Swarlhmore, branch fellowship chairman, will be in charge of the event from 3 to 6 p.m. Her aides will include Mrs. Richard -R. Gilbert of Drexel Hill, Mrs. Walter B. Jones, Mrs. James A. Kestle and Mrs. D. Chester Warlow, all of Lans- downe. A Halloween theme center- piece will be done by Mrs. Paul S. Moorhead of "Lansdowne. More than 15 members and their.husbands will act as hosts. The project is a part of the AAUW's desire to contribute to international friendship and un- derstanding by establishing per- sonal contacts with some of the many foreign students w h o come to the Philadelphia area to study. Church ToOpen CHESTER The Ladies of Charity Old St. Michael's Catholic Church will open the season here Thursday at p.m.' in the church auditorium. Plans for the year will be made. The group make surgi- cal layettes and gar- ments for needy, parishioners. NEW YORK CITY Bus Trip October 28 and Dinners at Latin Quarter 4 Rosoffs. Hotel, Radio City, and Tour, Call TR 6-8MO. Use Your Fidelity Charge Here i COBBIES A aeo ceoss SMOJ This product no connec- tion whotovtr with The American National Croll. Black Calf Trimmed With Suede 12.99 Come see this and all the other new styles in our wonderful collection of Cabbies, by the makers of Red Cross Shoes. Some styles to size widths AAA to EEE Open Monday and Friday Evenings Our 57th Vcat Established 1904 Wt NOlMf OF SOW SHHf EDBMONT AVE., CHESTER Come to Harvest Festival of Candy Treats THIS 'WEEK ONLY! We're celebrating the start of our second century with an old-fashioned festival. Come see! Reap a harvest of savings... and enjoy a feast of flavor. Harvest Festival, Feature ASSORTED CHOOLATES Everybody's favorite assort- ment including such pieces as Cocoanut Royals, Honey Nougat, Plantations. Cream- ery Caramels, Whipped Creams, more galore. lib. Regularly Harvest Festival Bonus Any 2 of these boxes This Week Any of these boxes.. UV'll. f finally gave up on SALE SL JAMES' CHURCH lllh S Lincoln Proipeo Pork, Po. THURSDAY, OCT. 26 From 4 lo 9 P.M. of.itlc.ij. 703 Edgmont Ave. Chester Anniversary Sale ENDS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28th Regular SALE of 8 POLISH CHINA rose and gray 39.95 32.95 Strawberry Blue Bell EARTHENWARE service of 8 29.95 CHINA CUPS and SAUCERS......... 1.00 GREEN TAG SPECIALS 20% OFF LAMPS ClOCKS SHADOW BOXES 23.95 88c Famous Milk Chocolate PARLAYS Heavenly Honey Nougat dipped Caramel, rolled in crisp chopped Pecans, covered with LOFT'S rich Milk Chocolate. Ib. Regularly SIJS Chocolate Covered CORDIAL CHERRIES Luscious Maraschino Cherries in'tantalizing Cordial, twice- dipped in LOFT'S Exclusive Blend Milk or Dark Chocolate. W Ib. Regularly SI.39 Milk Chocolate BUTTER CRUNCH BARS Crunchy Nut Butter Brittle generously covered with LOFTS creamy-smooth Milk Chocolate. Ib. Box of 16 Bars. Regularly SI.29 Thank GOODNESS for a century of LOFT'S CANDY 534 Market FOUNDED IN I860 BY W1UIAM IOFT NOW THE WORLD'S URGES? CANDY KITCHEN   

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