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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - October 23, 1925, Bristol, Pennsylvania The Independent has a Lauger prepaid circulation than any two papers in lower Bucks vol. 6. A no. 17. Buy the Independent at Bristol news Agency 24 5 Mill Street arid at p. R. R. Station Harry Straus Mill Street Opp. The Forrest Charles Hillenbrand Cor. Garden and Beaver streets Bristol. A. Friday. October 23. 1925. Mothers and fathers Assn. Endorse Public school loan five cents the copy president of fathers association urges citizens to vote for loan on november 3rd in letter to the Independent St. Marks children to hold Harvest Hom Dudley e. Bell purchases Couch Hammock business the Chil Lien of St. Marks school will hold their annual Harvest Par j to in the school auditorium on j thursday afternoon and evening to i secure funds for the Purchase of a j school books. Gaines for the child the school loan which comes be a Eythe afternoon and special need More school rooms fore the people of Bristol for approval on november 3rd, has been endorsed by both the mothers and the fathers associations of the Public schools. These associations a made up of tin Many citizens of Bristol who Are interested in the advancement of our school system. The following is a letter received from or. Frank Lehman president of the fathers association appealing to the voters of Bristol in which he a is for their favourable action on the loan. Voters of Bristol shall the school loan be approved we believe it should. A number of primary rooms Are now on part time with additions to the school Roll occurring twice a year. This is a grave injustice to the children. More children must from time to Lime be subjected to this injustice i it to less More accommodations Are provided the plan outlined by tin school Board appears to be most economical and Moat efficient. It permits the bringing together in one group of buildings All pupils of the Junior and the senior High schools thereby1 greatly reducing administrative and leaching expense while at the same j time aiding in standardizing the work. By segregating the older children the congestion in the var1 ictus wards will be so relieved that All smaller children can remain in their Home districts and go on full j time. This plan solves the room problem j not Only for the present Bitt for some time in the future. It does ii in such a Way As to cause the least possible hardship on tile tax payers i the Law requires the school Board j to Ripply room for the incoming pupils. It can spend $4 7,000 without the con sent of the voters but tills sum alone would so curtail live architects plans As to make future additions proportionately much More expensive and Render thei Plant less ethic in t. The school Board but asks our i features for the adults in the evening. Door prize will be Given awry free every night. Or. Dudley e. Bell has just announce d die Purchase of to Couch Hammock business of the Hohlfeld \ mfg. Co and has hied incorporation papers for his my company which will in styled a the Bell Nutter mfg. Co. For Over Twenty years the Solil j Fig. Co., has been engaged it1 Ham j at the largest i it flans about Complete for halloween frolic expect big entry for baby Parade Many prizes to be awarded consent for an additional $2 5,000 and at the same time practically assures us thai the additional sum will not cause an into ease Iii tax rate As its budget can in so adjusted As to take care of this increase. Hie mothers association and the fathers association have unanimously endorsed the loan. We tru to and Hope voter that this will he your verdict. Frank Lehman. Penn state Campus pleases governor Surprise and pleasure were expressed by governor pin hot on his inspection visit to tile Pennsylvania state College last week with the immense size of Hie Campus and i idol i s Section farms and the Many service activities it represents in the performance of its duffty to the people of the state. It was the first time that in governor had visited the state College since his election. Following publication of a letter from the governor to College trustees a few weeks ago in which he urged attention to agricultural interests in the selection of a new president the belief became general twi Ighut the state that he favored removal of All but agricultural instruction at state College. The governor took occasion in addresses to state College businessmen and to students and faculty to Call this idea ridiculous and out of his jurisdiction. He said that he believed in Blate College because it is absolutely necessary to the welfare of the Commonwealth and because it makes ii great contribution year after year to the things that Are essential to i he state. With the big Early season clash with Georgia tech now out. Of the Way Penn state football warriors Are looking ahead to the contest with Michigan state College on october 24. Starting with Michigan stale Penn state faces stiff opponents in order the others Syracuse notre Dame. West Virginia and the University of Pittsburgh. Keen interest centers in the tvo big Home games with Michigan and notre Dame for both teams registered victories Over i in state when they played on new Beaver Field a dozen years ago. For the Michigan game Penn state students will observe a Pennsylvania Day a a traditional fall social Holiday and the notre Dame contest on november 7 will be the occasion for the annual alumni Homecoming Celebration. The Kittany eleven has been developing steadily but will be hard pushed to come through the remaining games with a clean slate. Ghosts and spooks will far through the Mystic bewitched air of this Borough on Friday october j0 a the night before halloween when the Mill Street business menus association True to custom xvii hold its yearly Celebration. Final plans and arrangements were made for this delightful yearly occurrence last tuesday night in the in Headquarters of the organization in the Forrest theatre. And when the old Wien torched Oil her Broomstick begins her annual weird flight through the heavens she will More than Likely be attracted to the scene of the Locel festivities by the mass of color and action. The Celebration this year will surpass like anniversaries. Not one detail has been overlooked by the business men Iii their efforts to provide Bristol with a Celebration that is at once joyous entertaining and unusual. The festivities will get under Way Early Friday afternoon with a baby Parade which will include tie prize youngsters of Bri Quot of and Vicinity. Every Type of Young and younger America will be represented and the committee in charge has arranged to Reward the winners of the various classes with Beautiful prizes. Then when the autumn Twilight is slowly littering Down through the streets and when there is a hush Ilia conies with this solemn uncanny hour the children of the Borough a the big the Little the fat and the lanky will March in one of grandest parades Ever provided their own use.9 it will have All trimmings and trappings of the folks Parade to be Beld later in evening and it will provide not a i Little amusement for both the participants and the spectators. Than event will be one that the kids will enjoy. It will be guided by some of the More mature children and prizes will be handed out for the various contests. This Para in will form at Lim toot of Mill Street and then March up Mill to Bath to Buckley where it will counter March to Bath and Back to the Point of formation. Th1 will form at Radcliffe streets from where it to t eld the manufacture of Couch i mocks or porch swings and present time produces the Quantity of these articles As compar and to any other Couch manufacturer. Vie. Bell has been associated with the Hohlfeld mfg. Co. For nearly Sev a i ii of ii 3 in the capacity of Vilt it presides and during that time he per i j tonally managed the Couch Hammock i business. Tin Neva firm will include air. Quot Vav. T. Minter who has been associated j w11 h or. Bell As a sales rep enema five for some time and who will take charge of the Western show Nom Iii grand rapids. Michigan. Rise it a Tern showroom will vie Coli i i tinned at 212 fourth Avenue new York City. The Holt Feld mfg. Co. Was one of the firm institutions to Mam fac lure Couch hammocks in tile country and its reputation is established i from coast to coast. Or. Bell has f heroine Well identified with this business and it is expected that his new firm will meet with great up a i pro Val by the Trade. The Plant is i titillate on the la Mir in Oil to Railroad near North Philadelphia St to Ion and has the distinction of being one of the Best constructed Mills Iii the1 i City. It a was originally used for the manufacture of Woven hammocks j i but this Industry has been Discon a i inked. In discussing the matter with or. Bell he said that Tho Bell Nutter mfg. Co. Would he producing goods v Ullin one weeks time As he had purchased a going concern which had already booked business for immediate delivery. My 0, a Davey marries Mabel Green of Canada \ Groom is manager of m. I. Ardreva s electrical shop on Mill Street the insignificant minority before the Prima election the Dir Ely courier As spokesman for tie Grundy organization mis called Republican delighted to refer to the Independent and n a Republican movement As an insignificant minority. That they knew better than a hat was shown by the things they did before and during election As Well As the things they Are doing now before election a tor political purposes Only a the Well a binned tax grab of $297,500 was reduced to 224.ooo the amount the 1925 rate will produce Foi Borough general and Bond school and county. All sorts of promises were made Aud work was started Iii certain sections of the town which the residents Toh re had been trying to get for years. Iii the election itself every crooked and illegal scheme known to political machines was resorted to Iii order to stave off the defeat they plainly saw. Men and women Good republicans and americans were denied the blood bought High of suffrage enrolment slips were juggled non residents were voted. T in. By these Means coupled with police activity and the spending of thousands of dollars to buy voters and workers the Grundy candidates were forced upon the Republican ticket of Bristol. The Means employed 10 steal the election were so crooked that Oil Quot of the most. Prominent of the Grundy candidates admitted in the presence of several Bristol citizens that he was ashamed of his nomination. He has every Reagan to be so As has most of his associates. Such methods As the Grundy organization used Here Are a disgrace to the fair name of the Republican party and will Spca its ultimate destruction if not repudiated. The Post election efforts of the Grundy organization to hide behind the fair record of the National Republican party an indeed ludicrous. The reams of editorial matter printed in the courier concerning the accomplishments of the Republican party Are Only a camouflage of the glumly organization to divert tie attention of Bristol voters from the real Issue. We have never denied or minimized the glorious accomplishments of the Republican party. Every one is agreed to the readily of these National Republican accomplishments but everyone at All intelligent knows Grund ism had Little to do with the bringing about of these wonderful Republican accomplishments. This same pseudo Republican organization which is trying to make capital out of Nati Olio i Republican accomplishments and use them As an argument for their local political Trade ship is playing the Benedict Arnold stunt on the sly. While the official mouthpiece is crying its head off about party loyalty etc., Grundy henchmen in la Quot fifth Ward Are doing their Best to gel i t to and Independent republicans to Cut inflow in favor of Stem Hack. The same reports come from the second Ward where Independent elect Ion office were nominated at the primary. Other examples of the treachery and hypocrisy of the Grundy organization could Fie even suffice it to say now that Tho Issue before the people of by is Fol is not republicanism is. In in or racy but republicanism is. Grund ism Hie very opposite to All that is honest and Noble in the Republican party. It is tin duty of every True Republican Iii Bristol to eradicate Grund ism from the Republican party Here. This can be done without in any Way affecting the interests of the National Republican party. Iii fact the Coni inked existence of the Republican party in Bucks county and Pennsylvania demands the elimination of such cancerous growths As Var ism in Philadelphia and Grund ism in Bristol. These two partners in political crime must he dislodged from their Strang Jeriold or Hie Republican party in Pennsylvania ii that party is to maintain tile support of honest men and women who still believe Lithe Sanctity of the ballot and without such support no party can Long exist. Honest and True republicans in Bristol made a Good Start at the last primary to redeem the party they love More can i done at the coming general election and the Job can be completed in the state primary in the Spring. Or. And mrs. Earl Lynn hosts at halloween party la t oven 1 tig. Or. And mrs. Earl j Lynn of 403 Jefferson Avenue enter trained their friends at a halloween party. A number of gapes were played and a Jolly evening was spent j by the Cash club of which mrs. Lynn is a member. On this occasion the husbands were invited and a few it hers. I Hose present were or. And mrs. J Edgar Spencer or. And mrs. Wesley Spencer or. And mrs. G. Cedric Jar v is or. And mrs. Monroe Shipp or. J and airs. Samuel Shire air. And mrs. Theodore Roper or. And airs. William St co heir. Air. And airs. George Irwin miss Nancy Beaton air. And mrs. Win. Folia. Aliss Anna keeled i or. Harry Alai Tillen and Frank let ii ii. Bristol to meet Strong Phila. Team Here sunday St. Monica c. C. To face Blue and Geld team on Sullivan s Field a expect great game or. James Downe j. Mccormick of lans weds miss Eleanor Dolores Gallagher of Pine Street Brilliant affair by pigskin Bristol a big Blue and Gold Gladden rapidly reaching lop strict and in the Pink of physical condition Vav ill attempt to make it three v victories in a Row when they not onto Sullivan a fit id sunday to engage Alt s he nov Dolores Gallagher was nut Fried on wednesday at la a. Ai. In a a. Marks Catholic Church to or. James j. Mccormick of lans Dow it Quot. A Quot. Father Cannon per formed the ceremony which was Cei a brute with a nuptial hurling the mass i he Solo parts were taken by mrs. Edward Keating Aliss 1 Frances Thompson and or. Jack it Cavanaugh of Princeton n. Miss Gallagher was become ugly i dressed in White brocaded Georgette. Long veil caught Cap fashion to band i of Orange blossoms. The bridal shoe it bouquet was of White roses and baby a breath. The maid of Hon or a. Miss Madeline miscue who iii2�?~sv attn team a Catholic club Tincu a a c0?� held Quot Pink and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. Miss Mary Conley and miss Anna Aloe Howe of Trenton acted As bridesmaids. Aliss Conley won Pule Blue life Over Pink silk. She wore a Large Black hat and carried a Pink bouquet. Mish Howe was dressed in Orchid crepe Over Pink silk Large Black hat completed her costume. Of Philadelphia. The game has been called for 2.30 p. Al some of tin Best leather loggers in the Quaker City will be seen in the visitors lineup in order to break the locals winning Streak. St. A ionic a is pointing for this contest and extending every Effort to halt tit Quot list stepping a Lei dogs from tin Banks of the Delaware. On the lint tor the St. Eleven will be miss Howe carried a bouquet of Pink Monica Flowers. Loti Gran brother to miss Theresa Gallagher and Aliss Tommy Loughran the Adonis pug j Ellen Gallagher were the Flower girls isl it Philadelphia. This lad hear and joked charming in their Pink quit a reputation Asti Centi and is counted upon As one of the main i App ports of the visitors. Others w to will begin the game for the Phila i of old t he for Hie big the a Ury Davey. Canada bul and Mulberry will March on Radcliffe Siree i a ii to Bath counter marching on Bath and thence Back to the Point of formation. The prizes for All the contests will he contributed by the members of Hie Mill Street business men s association although prizes contributed by non members who wish to see a Good thing carried in the right direction will a Quot greatly appreciated by the committee. The personal of the various committees Are music Aarn. Gallagher. Finance Abt Popkin Joseph Ca Pella Max Hess Frank Green. John Smoyer Thomas Profy to. B. Mcmullen Edgar Spencer and Franklin Gilkeson. Decorations Edward Gallag Lici Thomas Profy and Harry St 1 ans. Street lighting John Dugan and ii. B. Stetson. Publicity h. B. Stetson and Chaa. Dougherty. Police my permits Edward Lynn. Grand stand Charles Morris Cohen and g. E. Hunsinger. Prizes Edgar Spencer Abe pop Kin. Edward Gallagher j. Steinberg John Smoyer Franklin Gilkeson. Charles Dougherty and ii. B. My my leu. Ambulance John Smoyer. General Conj tree in charge of All arrangements win. Gallagher Edgar Spencer Abe Popkin j John Dugan h. B. Stetson Franklin Gilke son. Chan. Dougherty Edward Lynns and John Smoyer. Receive Borough financial statement to late to publish very Plain but Beautiful wedding took place on # wednesday at five of clock in the Home of or and mrs. Al. I. Ardrey of 2 12 Mulberry Street when miss Mabel Green of London Ontario. Canada was in ried to or. Charles i formerly of Kincardine now of Bristol. The ceremony was pet formed Rev. Howard Zepp. Miss Bell played Lohengrin s March As the1�Bride entered 1 by lot and Mendelsohn a after the Ding. Aliss Green was silk Broadcloth a blossoms in her Large Bonn tie both were Delphia eleven Are Mcgovern dab me Kelly Oliver l. Hogan me i Alt Laughy Booley Miller Grace an brain bore. Coach Klingberg the gloomy Guj i Dobi e of local kinks join my All Over his charges during practice this week in order to Iron out some of the glaring and thoughtless errors made evident in the game Vith tin j wins i hic Hun eleven last sunday. Particularly did he Drill the Lim a candidates in charging and blocking j i the local forwards performed miser-1 i ably during some periods and Fie leniently failed to cooperate with the backs Vvhs Ai on the offence i this in a measure will be Veradt i card when the locals Trot onto the j Loam Down the Pike sunday to fit j i Battle with one of the fastest elevens 1 in the Semi pro ranks of Philadel 1 Are role created by the late Frank Bac 59th annual convention to be help phia. The Backfield work of to. Locals w Iii in on the main sati fact frocks and carried baskets fashion <1 Abs Ere. Or. Charles Meco Mick of lans Down. Was Best Man. Or. Edward Frame of Lansdowne and or. William a. Gallagher brother of the Bride attended in the capacity of Ushers. Immediately after the wedding a wedding breakfast was served at Hie heme of All. Ami alts. John p. Gallagher 701 pin Quot Street the parents of the Bride. About seventy five attended the reception and in the evening another inception and dance was Given in the a. O. H. Hall. Lightnr famous stage county Sonday school play coming to Al 1 Burlington to face nigh school team Oil to be shown on screen Here monday and tuesday in Quakertown today Many prominent speakers by Mildred Pat wed the Bucks county sabbat ii St Hoed association who open life fit to Nim i dressed in White Banda u of Orange har and carried a of Chry stint Bema is. A without attendants. The Only guests were a few representatives of the students it National by Hie society of which both Are Mem Liers. A Buffet supper a the guests. Shortly after the ceremony. In a Light Mno a the screen version i 0 t wedding01 the Quot celebrated play which will be i 1 shown on the screen of the Forres next monday and tuesday i annual convention Iii the first of formed Church Quakertown on fib Day. October 23rd. At 9.30 a. M served to i neat re director John Ford has one of the largest congregations of Stellar artists Ever assembled on a motion picture i studio stage for work in the Saint product Ion. Jay Hunt Well known in tin Ana Cal circles and former pit cilia Dice tor. Selected personally by William Fox tor the coveted Rob created on Home town. The Mage by the Fate flank Bacon j j Heads Tim list in the role of a Light a the nine Bill and conclude its meetings. Saturday. October 24hi at 4 p. M. Or. John Hargrave of Bristol is i evident of 1k association and Vii be present Ai All tile sessions xviii. A Large number of Dele at is from Iii. Lory to the Bristol Mentor was Ais i groomed in some of the fundamentals of tin game during the practices i interference deception. And smashing i the line at the right time were go in Over time and again until the Back. Were quite lived. In the Wissa Lickon eleven coach Klingbergs team met a Foeman worthy of its steel. The Gnu a sweat ered lads from Philadelphia. Beauty spot put vip a stubborn dogged defense and a Tricky offence that made the locals play every minute of the four quarters. The two touchdowns scored. By the locals does not in a manner denote the difference Between tit Bristol was Bristol expect to make it wire straight when they play their Jersey rivals Here today Madge Bellamy and Wallace Macdonald both established a it popular stars of Tho films arc cast Iii the Bride received a Telephone message of congratulation from her Mother in Canada. Att apartment is being prepared at 129 Mill Street for their in leading romantic roles occupancy. Air. Davey is the very j efficient manager of tile electrical store of or. Al i. Ardley Mill Street. Shep Mascot of local fire department is All dolled it Simp the Mascot dog of tin fire department is All dolled up the Quot Days. Chief Gilkeson has had big Shepherd dog fitted with to new studded Collar with brass plate Anchor bearing the inscription fire department. Also a new Blanket to protect this faithful animal from tilt cold Chilly blasts of Wanter. The Croydon Community churl wishing to att end Hie Ethel Clayton Star in her own right and one of the most Beautiful women Ai the screen plays Why ride of Margaret Davis i Quot of in Anjea to a red Redes of the production. In the role of judge Benim i is j. Farrell Macdonald who Ivy his Sterling Conception t of a Corporal Casey in tin Gigantic production a Tbs Iron Rose to re Quot High the piano of screen comedians. Til villainy is supplied by Richard travers and Brandon Hurst two artists recognized Long since for their histrionic ability. A Mother Jones is ably characterized by Edythe Chapman without a peer in the character Field. Otis Harlan famed Foi Many Clev the annual re organization and the planning in outline for the in Caliper of the two teams suing years work is effected wit it i Barly the Superior and the in Astel the delegates i rom every station Anni of the alien tribe at every stage o every probes ant denomination it 1 the game. Not once was tin Bonn the county i a presenting approx goal really threatened while the tor mutely 25,000 adherents of Allag enrolled in 155 schools assemble anyone. Morning services at the c Roydon j Community Church on next sunday j morning hut who ave Unash o through a Isabilo a a a a be for by Auto by Bro i or Wilt. Beale and will be Beld at d e. Fielding to do called dec a heroines. Services 30 \. M. To Quot Rev. Or characterizations fill character Iii the t o w ii d in ii of Aid and Frances Marion adds a Del Gilt role of Zeb. Loafer. Established As in conference to discuss tin promotion and general welfare of Sabbath school work and its various phases. The program is of aft unusual 1 High order and reveals the listing live subject matter of religious 01 Christian education which will be ably and efficiently handled by capable leaders of conference an spy a leers o i a h i g h Ca i i re. Among these Are found miss Elsie Rodgers. State Hildn no a division superintendent or. H. O. Ii Diane Stilt Quot adult division superintendent or. W. D. Keel general Secretary. Philadelphia county association Rev. La. S. Pay Nim. Bristol Rev. Jiles l. Provost Al. A. Episcopalian one of the most talented scenarist of the Day prepared the script for the screen version from Gie play by Frank Bacon and Winehill Smith. _ was the Goa Ais bombed the foreign headquarter an Many occasions. The scoring activities for the Blit and Gold aggregation occurred in the Quot first and third periods and was the direct result of systematic stash ing Lim attack by Carty. Stringfel Low. Ingrain. Holmes and Weaver. La Iii the first Quarter tile local j backs ripped off big gains throng1 a the tackles and around the ends which placed the Oval within a lev feet of the enemy a goal. The second play of the second Quarter resulted in a touchdown when Carty Pickin. A Beautiful Bole through the left i Side of the line scampered across the final Chalk Mark. He also kicker i the extra Point after touchdown. Tile ramming and battering act in i ties continued throughout the second Quarter but although the local threatened on several occasions the lacked the necessary punch to pus he leather Over. Revenge is Sweet. The cohorts of local High school til dents bearing the Quot glorious gain Nei and steel humbled i Quot much touted Quakertown High eleven on tin up Roomy fit id last saturday by the score of 7 to 0. Ii v is the first time that the local institution tasted the delicious draught of Vicinity since the two schools have faced each other on hoga id Iron. Also it repaid in a measure the humiliating and bitter de-1 Fen is handed to tin local students by tin 11-Ai Ake is since the two Quot lev Quot us first met on a Gridiron i swamp in 1920. With the Victory goes the championship of the county that is unless Doylestown High is taken into consideration. Inasmuch As that institution does not appear to be Overin anxious Iii me ting the local students it is More than Likely thai the Crown will repose in Bristol for at least a year. The Conquest marked he fourth straight Victory of the fast charging local students. Incidentally a hey have yet to taste Cit feat this season. The Only score of the game came in the last Quarter when after a series of line plunges. Black broke through the line for a touchdown. I Mceuen kicked the goal. Today. On Sullivan a Field the j locals face the Burlington High eleven in what is Likely to be a ferocious com Quot St. There is bad blood Between the Bristol and Jersey Quot lev continued on Page six first Baptist Church of Morrisville Rev. Or. Charles j. Faunce pastor. Services for next sunday october 1925. Baptism Senitt will bodies a meeting of the finance com Aliss Dorothy Ehrsman and Aliss Katharine pars of Glenside Xxiii be the week end guests of miss Caroline Rapp of 582 Bath Street at Minfee on monday night october 19th. A statement of the financial condition of the Borough was passed. It was not Given to us for publication however until yesterday too late for publication in this weeks Issue. We will publish it in next weeks Issue until which time we ack our readers to Reserve forming any i conclusion regarding it. Bobby Carlyss father coach Klingberg reports thai Bobby Carty the popular half Back of the Bristol a. A. Wont play Here sunday on account of the death Bis. Father who dropped dead yesterday. Or. August Maggie of Trenton to. J., and air. James Conan or. Of la a vet the Street motored to wild j x no is and Atlantic City last Sun 4 Lay. Celebrate wedding anniversary saturday october 17ib. Wats n i 2nd anniversary of tin wedding Day of or. And mrs. William Brownlee i a Nice Surprise was arranged by their relatives and a delightful Vaning spent. Those present to enjoy the festivities were or. And a is. J Herbert Yates mrs. C. Heibering i ton. Irvine Hellier Angton. Airs. Mary Moffitt and air. And mrs. Joseph Hetherington and family. Al a by Beautiful plants and standing wicket j Ltee missionary. Bucks county ret. S e. Moyer. Perkasie and or. John g. Wilson pastor of Wharton memorial methodist episcopal Church Philadelphia. Who will address the v rib a jul next period the Blue and evening session. Q0<j Jaf a went to work with a will j by determined line punching ii which Carty Joe Holmes and Ingram to meet at our Church 9.45 a. Al marred they worked the Oval up the spacial patriotic service 7.45 p. Al Field. At this Poi to a Beautiful for or. Faunce will deliver Axt owe in social to be held u1 m. E. Church held next sunday morning in the firs Bapt is Church Trenton. X. Alem hers and friends Are requested Aires maker a1 Ort t o be Ai e at s have ton n mors in pie. Were presented to the i sern prevalent in Tho town. Of the lurch on thursday veiling Dot lock tin members expect l a Good time. A come spend Vii us a Happy Niche and crack a it joke to Githern at the of. E. Church. A remember it is witches Nick and Linum be Fley de Gin Vav should weird figures a Boh the Ingle and Sec strange faces looking at be 11 a a Nook in the Ward pass to Joe Holmes placed tin ural within Shadow of the w is Salt icon uprights from where a Quot crashed Over for the second and last touchdown of the fracas. Prior to this score the locals play eel together like a smooth finished combination. The giant forwards. Logan Smith. Bauer Ponca and Marsh ripped tin opposing line to shreds and in this Way greatly helped the Hacks in he ground gaining activity. Continued on Page four an address on the lit Quot of our late sex president Theodore Roosevelt. A from Tho Grad i to the two Semi Lefo size portraits of Roosevelt will be presented. Prof. George Rogers Blind musician of Frankford Philadel phia will be present and Render musical Quot Quot sections. Sunday school 2.30 p. Ai. Wednesday evening prayer meeting will be an old fashioned love feast 8 of clock. Trim tees a will meet at the close of this serv ice i come and spend a quiet hour with us

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