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Our Town March 6, 1936

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PRICE,
FIVECENTS
COMES
HEREFROM
TEXAS
I
NewPastortoPreach
I
in
Borough
on
Sunday
j
Rev.
Archer
E.Anderson,
Pres-
I
byterianMinister,Arrived
!
Yesterday
Alternate
Delegate
on
COMINGENWICK
LuncheonFollowed
byTalks
History
of
Borough
andChinaand
Glass
DR.
I
GiveVariedProgralll
I
atCommunityClub
Paroled
NARBERTH,
PENNSYLVANIA,
MARCH
6,
1936
January
and
February
ShowBest
Volumeof
BusinessSince
1930
VOLUME
22,No.22
-/:
AutocarSales
Are
I
The
Political
Pot
,---------!
Up
1020/0
Over
1935
It
is
agood
bet
that
Lambert
Cad
walader,
ofVillanova,willbe
thenextRepresentative
at
Harrisburg
fromthe
Fin;t
Legislative
Di>;trict
ofMontgomery
County.
Theprincipal
I'eason
for
this
is
that
hereceived
theendorsementofthe
Republican
Har-
ANNUALMEETING13TH
monyCommittee
at
a
meeting
in
Nor-
rist~wn
Tuesdayafternoon.The
sec-
Sales
of
Autocar
trucksduring
Membersof
the
'Nomen'sCommun-The
Rev.
Archer
E.Anderson,newondreason
is
that
the
First
Legisla-
January
and
Februaryarcrunning
ity
Club
of
Narberth
were
presented
i
pastor
ofthe
NarherthPresbyterian
tiveDistrict,
composedof
Lower
Mer-
102
11cr
centaheadofthesamemonthswith
a
varied
11rogram
at
the
meet-
I
Church,
arrived
in
the
boroughyester-
ion,
Narberth,
\VestConshohocken.
last
year,itwaslearnedthis
week.
I
ing'in
theCommunityBuilding
on
I
I
day
and
will
preachhis
first
sermonandBridgeport,
is
ov(~rwhehl1ingIY!
The
months,an
official
of
theArd-Tuesday
afternoon.
The
affairwas
I
this
SU,nday
morning.
RelJUhlican.
If
clectedl\1r,
Cadwala-
i
morecompanysaid,
arethe
best
the
II
opened
with
a
luncheon
at
12.30,
and
i
I
Mr.Anderson,whois
marriedand
del'
"'ill
succeed
Fred
C,
Peterfi,who
i
conCI,rn
has
seen
since
Hl30.
A
steady
1\1rs.Georg-e
'V.
01'th,
chairman
of
I
II
hasthree
daug-hters,willlive
at
112
was
<'1ecl(,d
County
Conlmissioncr
last
flow
ofsales,
well
spreadboth
I
the
Home
Institute,
was
in
charge
of
i
Dudleyavenue,
Narberth.
fallandisnot
a,
candidatefor
re-/-,:eog'raphic,all
y
and
indu~trial~y,
in(~i-I
the
prog-ram,
I
I
In
additiontopreaching
at
the
electionto
theLegislature,cate
adeCided
and
genullJepIckupIn
!\II'S.
E.
C.
Grifiwold.
chairman
of
morning
andeveningservices
this
""husinesfi,
theCitizenship
Departmentof
the
I
I
Sunday,
hewill
teach
the
YoungPeo-
A
retiredrancher,
1\11.
CadwaladerInadditionitwasreported
that
club,
gaveaninteresting-reviewof
I
pie's
Bihle
Classinthe
1110rning.li\'es
at
Spring-
Mill
roadand
Mt.salt·sof
Studebal,ertrucks
fiold
MURDOCHP,CLANEY
the
historyof
Narberth
from
its
ear-,I
I
Wednesday
1\11.
Anderson
SIlent
in
Pleasant
avenue,
Villanova.
He
isa
throughthe
Autocar
branchefi
arc
f01'lllCI'1I1m'ioll
Tifl"
IInri
Trllsi
liestdays.Shealsotoldhow
tIll'
MRS,
JOHN
Y.
HUBER,
,TR,
I
Baltimore
on
his
way
fromSt.Louis,
graduate
ofEpiscopal
Academy,
Over-
running-
!l},
11er
centaheadof
last.
COlllpnllY
officilll,
/(Iho
/I'(/S
]Hll'olcti
boroughisgoverned.
I
of
l/lI1'crlorcl,
who
lI'(lR
slof"d
i
where
he
preached
last
Sunday
at
the
brook;St.
Paul's
School,Concord,N.
yearfor
January
and
February.
This
by
tile
Moni,'!o/l/ul'yCOllltill
COllri
Another
speaker
wasMrs.
F.
G.[
fhis
10""1.'
bll
fhe
R<']JlIliIicall
l1ar-
larg-est
Preshyterian
Churchin
the
H.,
andPrinceton
Univerfiity.
Heis
week
hasshown
a
continuationofthe
lifter
s('j'vill.'l
s/i,q/il/y
ol'er
011<'
Myerfi,
of
NOl'l'istown,
chairmanof,
IllOnlJ
CO/l/mittec
lor
nlfernnte
I
city,the
pastorate
of
Dr.
Russell
49
years
old,maJ'l'ied
and
has
onl'
increasedvolumeofsales,itwas
lIca)'
of
his
,~entcIlCC.
theAmericanHomeoftheMontgom-
rlf'!c!lOfc
fo
fhe
R(']lIlb/ica1!
No-
I
Payntel'.
I'1t
1-1
I
'F
t
\"
11
ttdCtFd
t'
fW'
fiollrtl
(':OIlI"'l'fioll.
1
(aug
lei'.
c
was
lorn
IlJ
'or
.yas-s
ae
.
cry
oun
ye
era
IOn
0
omen
s"Acall
wasextended
to
!\II'.
Ander-ington,Pa.,andhas
livedin
Villanova
A
plan
for
recapitalizationofthe
I
CGPI
Clubs,whose
topicswere
"Dignity
ofsonto
become
]Jastorofthe
Narberthfor
twelveyears.
After
graduationAlltocar
COl11pany
accompani('d
the
ourtrantsaroe
Work
inthe
Home"and
"Courtesy."
JuniorClubSponsors
I
church
follo.winga
un:wimousvote
at
from
college
hewentto
Oregon,
where
call
for
theannualmeetingofstock-
Murdoch
CI
I
TheP.-T.
A.
Chorus,
underthe
lead-
I
acongreg'atlOnal
meetmg
on
February
heassumedownershipandmanage-holdersofthe
concel'l1,
to
beheld
next
toaney
ershipof
1\1rs.
'V.
J.Drennen,sang
~~Musical
Moments"
4,
Hewiredhisacceptance
of
thecallmentof
a
large
ranch.He
isadi-
Friday,
1\1arch1:;,inA11!more,
three
numbers.Theaccompanistwas
I
o\Van'en
S,
Bossert,chairman
oftherector
ofthePennsylvaniaCompanyAccordingtotheannualreport,
FormerMerionTitle
Official·
Mrs.
J.
R.
McLaughlin.
---
I
committeeappointedto
secka
newandinterested
in
otherbusinessandsenttostockholders
tOg'ether
with
the
Had
Scrved
One
Year
The
final
speaker
was
MI's,
M.
One-ActPlayAlsoPresented
pastor.financialenterprises,
A
huntingandrecapitalizationproposal,Autocarsuf-
<
fS
Geraldine
l\1cCormiek,
whogave
a
With
Betty
Bruneel
in
A
g'raduateof
Texa~
Christian
?ol-
fishing'
enthusiast,
heis
interested
in
fered
a
net
loss
of
$16-1,812
for
1!)35
0
entence
talk
on
the
"History
andRomanceof
Stan'ina
Role
legeandtheEvange!lcalTheologicalproblemsofconservationandfor
rec-
after
charging'
off
$184,953
for
de-
China
an(1
Glass,"which
was
fullof
I
~
SeminaryofDallas,
Mr.
Andersonreationplaysgolfand
goes
horsebackprceiation.
REJOINED
HIS
FAMILY
interesting-
informa.tion.Mrs.
McCor-1
MAKEWELFARE
GIFT
comes
to
Narberth
fromthe
pastorate
riding'.Mr,
Cadwaladerhasthree
mick
camethrou",h
the
courtesy
of
oftheFil'st
Presb~'te1'iall
ChUI'cl1
at
The
balancesheetshowsanexcess
...
brothers
living.
They
arc
Charles
1\L
Murdoch
P.
Clancy,former
execu-
Gilman
&
Co.,
Ardmore.Mrs.Charles
I',
Cleburne,Tex.of
$:;,273,380
in
current
assetsover
IMTIbl
ttl
b
tl
B.
Cadwaladcr,
who
ismanaging
di-tive
vice-presidentofthe
closer
er-
B
St
IttlItf
tl
ft
I
1e
pu
IC
was
en
er
a1l1er
vIe
II
II"fCUl'l'ent
liahilities,whichis
at
a
ratio
.
oue
wasle
lOS
ess
0
1e
a
er-
Na1'llel'tl1Jllnl'01'
COI11111UIIItV
Clu'
I)
at
'e
las
serve(
as
allllSSlolHlry
or
rectorofthe
Academy
of
Natural
ion
Titleand
Trust
Company,was
I.Ct1
A'
Iof
threeto
one.noon.
't
I
1
'I
C
"t
B'Id
severayears
III
en
ra
.~mel'lca
anI
Sciences,
Philadelphia,andRichardparoledbytheMontgomeryCountyThe
nC'xt
meeting
of
theclub
will
~s
cu
lroom
III
tIe
?mn~un~y
UI
-
has
"'on
an
outstandin/-,:I'osition
in
1\
'.
Cad\\'al,'ldel',Jr"
bothofFor!Thefollowing
)1roposals
arc
includ-
Court
last
Frida.v.
1
I
II
TI
1\'
I
17
It'll
1l1g
lastThursdav.
'1hejUl1lorss)1on-I
PI'
Cl
I'
'1'
H
1C'
Ie
(on
ues(
ay,
.arc
1,'
WI
".'
I.
'"
1bt
JC
res
l~·tel'lan
lurc
1
111
exas.
e
nr',lsl11'llg'!OII,
and
Dr.'V,
n.
Cad-
ed
in
therecapitalizationplan:l'lle
f01'IIIel'
1),1111'
(lffiCI,ll
Ila(lser"'ed
1.
If
11
1t
t'
1Rso
redl\luslca
l\Ioments,
paved
y
1
'EI'
lIN
JI.
n.
)e
mc
large
0
·le
n
erna
lUna
.e-
.'.
'.:
.'
"'as
lOrn
III
Izalet
1,
'.,t
llrty-
walader,of
Villanova,
Raising
of
$300,000
ofnewcapitalslightlyoverone
yea!'
of
his
t,,·o
tolationsCommittee,Mrs.
AnneDar-
~
t'lo
of
Itale.nte,d
art~sts-VlOhl~lst,
six
years
ago."
'
"by
anissueoften-year
7
pel'
cent
foul'
year
sentencefor
mi~application
ville,
chairman.
ce!1st
,an(
tal11slt-~\'lOSe
serVIces
Mr.Andersonsucceedsthe
Rev.
Dr.The
nweting'
of
thl'
Harmony
Com-dl'helltures.of
theinstitution'sfunds.Dr,Charles
G.
Fenwick
profC'ssllr
were
g'lvent
Iroug
1
tle
courtesyof
,John
VanNessas
pastor
ofthe
local
mittel'
alsorC'su!tedinselection
ofPaymentfrom
funds
so
obtainedofIllnessandtheneedsofhisfamilyof
political
science
atBryn
'Mawr
Col-
~~eG.eor~c
B.
Ne,~';ton
Coa;~ICOl)1panYi
church,Dr.VanNessretiredfromcandidatesfor
Cong'l'ess,
ddl'g'atesand
$181,000,
01
20
pel'
cent,
on
the
7
per
areunderstoodtohave
influenced
the
Continucdon
pap;~
T,'oul'
orl'lS
raun,
lOmas
~
mer
an(
activeserviceNovemher
15,1!J35,
IRbl'
centfirst
l110rtgage
bonds
now
out-
.
Clarence
Fuhrman
playedtog'ether
f1'1
alternate
(Ielegatestot
leepu
Ican
Court
to
considcrthc
]laroleap]l!Ica-,..a
tel'
compl'tmgforty
years
in
tie
tI,.tlt
f
"'ljO~
000
CG
and
insolo
such
well-known
numbersNational
Convention,
membersofthe
s
ant
Illg
111
lC
allloun
0
'e
I,
tion
favorably.
Judg'es
Knightan
(I
WestmInster
Ircle
to
Ive
ministryandtwenty-fiveofthemas
Et
~1'
11
ftIleIll'ltUI'I't"(late
ofas
Brahm's"Hun"'arian
Dance,"
State
Committee
and
Representatives
'x
ell"
00
'.
Corson
"'mntedthe
jletition.
DI'nner
for
Husballds
1_?tll
...
pastor
ofthe
Narberth
church.He
I
f1
tI
1ft
...
Schuman's"Traumeri,"
Dvorak'sintheLegislaturefromthe
Second
tIe
l1'stmol'
gage
lOn(
s
nren
years
Thefirstapplicationfor
a
parole,
"s
1\1
1\1
IT
1
1\1"
.
1will
continuehisconnectionwith
the
undThirdDistricts
of
the
county.
fromMay
1,19:)7,
in
return
for
the
presentedbyhisattorney,
James
II.The
"'estminster
Circleof
theNar-
ongbs
yot1er
aug
It
.eWitI
churchas
pastor
emeritus.
20
percentpayment.
...
..
super
mastery.Theslate
follows:
Subordinationofthenewdebentures'Egan,
last
Septemherwasrefusedby
~erth
Presbytenan
,ChUl:chWillgIve
I
Prior
totheconcert
thejuniors
°°
DelegatestoNational
Convention-
to
bankloans.
,Tudge
Knight
on
Novemher
1,1935.
Its
annualcovered(hsh
dmnerfor
thestagedandpresented,throughthe
FolkF.estlvalGiven
R
I
1
B
St
I
N·
Mr.
Clane\,'is
reported
to
havehusbandsof
the
memberson
Thurs
I
apI
caverrassmrger,
orns-
Givingof
a
bonusof
common
stock
'..
'-.
chairman
ofmusic
an<1
dramatics,
I
bI
GO
IS
townpublisher,and
Miss
NancyP.
to
obtain
the
neW
capital.joinedhiswife,
Helen,
and
foUl'chil-
dayevenmg,March
12,
m
the
church!
~hs.
~pcnce~'
Smith,
a
one-act
pl,ay
I'
yLocalrcouts
HighleY,
ofNorristown,Waiverof
$40
ofaccrued
dividen(ls
dren,whohave
beenliving'
withrela-
parl~~s.
T'
1m
whichl\hss
Betty
Bl'lllleel,
1\1ISS
Altel'l1ate
delegatestoNational
I
on
preferred
stockandexchangeof
lives
in
Narberth.
MIS.
\\
11lJam
J.
Robertson
IS
the
l
Cecelia
Link,Mrs.Rohert
Price
and
S
'd
P
r'
fAll
L·A
1-1'
If'
Broug'htto
trial
orig'inally
at
Nor-
gene,ral
chairman.
in.
charge
ofthc
1\.11'S.
1'~.lean01'
Foote
11el'fol.'llled
()'l'(>.atl~'
CI
veas
reInunary
or
Convention-
OUlS
,IrscI,
0
I
uch
stockinthe
ratioof
one
old
share
-
,..,
C'
E.
Cl
1Id
1\1
JhYHb
ristownMay
1,1!J33,
1\11,
Clancywasaffair,
ThTose
asslstlJ1g
her
ar~
Mrs.totheclub'scredit,
Miss
Bruneel
Ityvellt
In
1e
tenlam,an
'rs.
0,
n.u
er,
fOl'
one
new
preferredshare
and
{lYe
foundguiltyby
thejury
after
a
four-
JhCNhf
th
tttA
'1
Jr"
of
Haverford,
presHlent
ofthe
I
shares
of
nc\\'commonstock.
0
n.
as,
e
en
er
alllmen
and
Mrs.Smithcolaboratedin
coach-
prt
'weeksession.
Substitutionof
Judge
committcewhowill
present
a
playas
LowerMerion-Narherth
Council
ofExchangeofpresent
common
for
.,.
ing
andstagingthe
play,
andMrs.
Corson
for
thetrial
judge,
J.
Ambler
a
featureoftheprogramand
Mrs
HELD
IN
BRYN
MAWR
Repuhlican
\Vomen.
new
commononaone
for
twobasis,
.,
Footehelped
with
make-up,
lighting
~
Williams,whobecame
ill,
provided
James
H.
J~well,
also
a
~ember
of
effects
and
setting.s,
allvery
effective.
MembersofRepublican
State
Com-
thebasis
for
anallpeal
for
a
newtl
ttt
tt
IS
I
TldL
LI
DO
D
le
e~
el'
aJ~men
comml·
ee,
W)Q
Miss
Bruneel,whoisoneof
Narberth
Theau(litorium
of
theBryn
Mawr
mittee-State
enaor
leoore
ane
oyatyInnerance
trial.Thiswas
granted
by
theSu-
al~o
WIll
prOVidenovel
forms
of
enter-
Players'outstanding
performers,gave
Presbyterian
Churchwas
filled
toBean
an,l
Mrs.
Helen
N,
Ridington,peri
or
Court
in
July,
1!J34,
andthe
tamment
Ifh
of
L
Ils(I
'11e
PlannedbyDenlocrats'..
.,
I
a
most
artisticinterpretationof
a
capacit~,'
last,
Satu,n
a~'
a
lernoon
w
en
.
a.
<
secolld
trial
0llCned
Fehruar'.'
4,1!l35,
1\1IX
l'
ASp
I
the
,".IS.
Clar
y:
1m
son
s
-I
gypsy
fortuneteller'spart.
theMam
LllleGIrl
Scouttroopsheld
Congress-Hon.
J.WilliamDitter,Hewas
again
foundguiltyand
sen-
chalrmaofthekIthe
and
MI"II
,n..cn
s..
The
otherthree
members
ofthecast
I
their
Intel'l1ational
Folk
Festivalas
ofAmbler,
tenced
to
,J'ail
on
February
15,1935.F
Darnesof
the
dinl'ngI'oom
I
Affair
on
March17th
is
Spon-
..
.
expressedwidely
varyingcharacter-
a
preliminarytry-outforthe
All-city
Legislature-First
District,Lam-
dbL
l'vI
Nbh
During
mostofhissentencehe
was
.
I
isticsforcibly
and
well
in
shortbut
Intel'l1ational
FolkFestivalwhichis
bert
Cadwalader;
Second
District,
E'
I
sore
Y
.-
arert
assigned
for
work
at
theprison
farm
Granted
Divorce
Committee
difficult
lines
and
gestures.1nvita-to
beheld
at
Irvineauditorium,
Arnold
Forrest,
ofConshohocken;
at
Eagleville.Mrs.Helen
Margaret
Hall,ofLow-tionswere
sentto
allclubs
ofthe
Thirty-fourthand
Spruce
streets,Third
District,John
H.
Longaker,ofler
Merion,
wasgranted
a
divorceby
district
andMrs.CharlesSavage,Philadelphia,
01.
Saturday,
April
11,
Pottstown;
Edwin
O.
Winner,of
Hat-jAT
GREEN
HILL
FARMS"Lot'sWife"to
be
Given
.Judge
Dannehower
at
Norristown
MontgomeryCounty
chairmanof
at
2
o'clock.
At
that
time
the
troops
boro,
andHarry
Z.
Wampole,of
Tel-
atNarberth
PlayersTues.
Monday
fromAlbert
Hallongrounds
juniors;
MissHelenMcGlaughlin,
holding'
firstplaceindancingandsing-ford.
A
Democraticloyaltydinner-danceofdesertion
and
cruelty.
The
couple
president
of
Chester
juniorsand
a
ing
fromeach
district
ofthePhiladel-Wampolewas
accepted
asthestand-
willbeheld
at
GreenHill
Farms,"Lot's
Wife,"byPercivalWilde,
eloped
to
ElktonJuly
8,
1932,
andmemberofPhiladelphia's
Twentiethphiaarea
will
perform.
ard
bearer,
succeeding
WilliamE.Overbrook,Tuesdayevening,March
will
begiven
at
theregular
meetingwere
married
when
they
wereboth
Century
Guild,were
present
withThejudges
for
the
occasion
wereZimmerman,ofLansdale,
who
isserv-
17.
of
the
NarberthPlayers
Tuesday
eve-
students
at
LowerMerionHighescorts.Mrs.
Smith
and
her
com-
Miss
UrsulaMurray,
who
has
aschool
ing
his
second
terl11.
Plansfor
the
affair
originated
with
ning',
March
10,
at
the
Narberth
schoolSchool.
mitteeservedrefreshments.The
of
dancinginArdmore;Miss
Julia
Clarence
L.
Ederer,of
Melrose
theDemocraticCommitteeofLowerauditorium.
It
willbe
presentedbydecorativescheme
was
in
red,whiteLandis,of
Edge
Lawn
in
Ambler,who
Park,
who
announcedhis
candidaCYj
Merionand
Narberth,
under
the
specialpermissionof
Walter
H.
Cubs
toGetCharter
and
blue.
teaches
at
Wynnewoodroad
school
for
Congress,withdrewfromthe
field
leadership
of.
JohnT.Durnin,of
Pe~n
Baker
&
Co.
The
Narberth
Cubpack,
junior
Additional
charitablegifts
have
andhashadan
active
part
inGirlin
the
interestof
party
harmony
fol-
W~'nne,
chaIrman
of
the
TownshIp
Faith
Farmer
is
coaching
the
play,scoutorganization,
will
beformallybeenmaderecentlyby
the
juniors.Scoutingas
a
qualified
trainer,and
lowing
aconference
lastFriday.
'
Committee.whichincludesseveralexperiencedpresented
itscharter
at
theParent-
To
further
Mrs.Mueller's
welfare
Donald
L.
Johnson,
avocal
instructor
>I<
*
>I
It
will
be
inthenature
of
a
coun-members
ofthePlayers
in
its
cast.TeacherAssociation
meeting
Marchwork
a
check
for
$25
was
senther
to
at
LowerMerion
Junior
Hig-hSchool.
Last
week
thePolitical
Potstated
ty-wideevent,however,asenthusi-The
Tll'ogram
includesothernumbers
23.
A
hobbyshow
forthe
boys
and
uscwhere
it
would
do
most
good.
An-
Narberth
Troop
8,
captainedby
that
a
new
Republican
committeemanastic
supporthas
beenpledged
bythe
ofinterest.Refreshments
will
be
theirfathersof
the
Narberth,
Ard-
other
check
for
$25
wasassignedbyMissChristineMahl,rendered
an
efandcommitteewomanhavebeen
select7
Democratic
party
of
the
whole
county.served
at
the
conclusion
of
thepro-moreand
Penn
\Vynne
packs
will
thewelfarechairman
protem,
Mrs.1
fectiveGermanspinningsong
with
aed
intheGeneralWaynedistrict
of
Purposeof
the
affair
is
toempha-
g'ram.beheld
April
3.
Edward
Codugan,totheassistance
I
GirlScoutincostume
at
an
old-fash-Lower
Merion.A
subscriberpoints
size
loyalty
of
Democrats
to
party
of
a
needy
local
family
throughthe
ioned
spinning
wheel.
CynwydTroop
out
that
thestatementissomewhatprinciples,capableleadership
and
in~
d
UU
offices
ofMiss
Drain,
visiting
nurse
44,
Miss
Emma
Croasdale
ascaptain,
misleading'[;ince
these
selections
arc
dividualhelpfulness.
StatetoConuctClouseto
nouse
connected
withtheNarberthhealthearnedthethird
placein
singing
by
unofficial
andmust
be
borneoutbyThecommittee
incharge
feels
that
center.
Five
dollarshasbeengiven
"The
Marchof
the
Men
ofHarlech,"the
resultsof
the
primary
election
thedate,St.
Patrick's
Day,offers
a
Canvass
to
En
.force
Dog
Licensing
Continuedon
PagcFour
with
a
scoutin
an
authenticsampleApril
28.
If
thecandidatesmentioned
fine
opportunitytoenjoy
a
delightful
J
Welshcostume.TheBaldwin
School
last
week,Jolm
II.
LinkandMrs.
W,
evening.
A
program
ofdinner,en-
I
Mulieres
toMake
Plans
for
Troop,Miss
Lydia
Hemphill
as
cap-RussellGreen,areapprovedbythe
tertainmentand
dancingisbeing
ar-
A
house
to
housecanvasstoenforce
Licenses
may
alsobesecuredfrom
I
Fireman'sBanquet
Monday
tain,sangan
Englishfolksongvoters
at
the
primarythey
will
thenranged.
Musicwillbe
furnishedby
licensing'
of
alldogson
theMainl\IaryScottMcShanein
the
Town-called
"Sellinger's
Dance."Cynwydbe
the
committeemanand
committee-
theSan
Del
Ray
OrchestrawithDickLine
will
beconducted
after
April
1
shipBuilding,Ardmore.Over
2,000
An
important
businessmeeting
of
Troop
[J,1,
Miss
Margaret
Robins
as
womanof
the
district.Nowthey
are
Careyasvocalist.bythedoglawenforcement
bureau
have
been
issuedinLowerMerion
I
theMulieresof
the
Na1'berth
Fire
I
ContlnucdonPngc
FOUl'
onlycandidates.Announcementofspeakers,whoof
th~
State
Departme~t
ofAgricul-sincethefirst
of
theyear.Companywillbeheld
at
2
P.
M.on
I
willhe
fewinnumber,
will
bemadeture,Itwaslearned
thiS
wee~.
Fred
A
licensecosts
$1.10
for
a
maleMonday,March
[J,
in
ElmHall.All
New
Editor
Appointed
shortly.Tickets
may
beprocured
~alzer,
formerNarberthmagIstrate,
dog
and
$2.10
for
a
female.Theremembers
arc
urged
to
be
present.
At
TheLivingston
Publishing
fromtheDemocraticCommittee
of;
IS
headof
the
enforcement
~ureau.
is
an
additional
notarycharge
of15,
this
timecommittees
will
beappointedCompanyannounces
the
resig-
eh11d·
tr'
t
Agentsofthebureau
Willcheck
cents.
I
to
takecharge
of
theannual
firemen'snation
of.
Robert
M.
Cameron
as
acoca
IS
IC."
everyhouse
m
Lower
MerIon,
lIav-
banquettobeheld
on
Thursday,
April
Editor
of
its
ne\\'spallel'S,
Ed-
el'fordandRadnorTownshipsand
Attcnds
C~l1vel1tion
116.
,Plansforthe
~anquet
wi~l
alsowin
L.
Paxso~l
.has
br':11
~Ilpoint-
theBorough
of
Narberthfor
unli-Dr.LeRoy
A.
Kmg,of
Narberth,
I
bediscussed.
A
SOCIal
hour
WIllfol-
cdto
the
)10SltlO11,
effectIve
next
censed
animals,
it
isunderstood.attended
the
conventionof
the
Nation-IIlow.
Monday.Ownersofunlicenseddogswill
be
al
Educational
Associationheld
last
Mrs.
LloydB.
Edgerton,
of
Chest-Mr.Paxsonhas
beena
mem-
subject
tofines.week
in
St.Louis
as
a
delegateof
nut
avenue,willgive
a
benefit
card
bel'
ofthestaffof
the
papers
Licenses
may
beobtained
through
theUniversityofPennsylvania.Dr.
party
forthe
Mulieres
at
her
home
for
five
yearsand
hasenjoyedany
notary
public,
at
Norristown
for
King,
president
of
theNarberth
onWednesday,March
12
at
2
P.
M.
a
wide
and
variedexperience
as
MontgomeryCountyresidents,and
at
School
Board,
isprofessor
of
educa-This
party
isopentothepublic
and
a
newspapermanin
Norristown
Media
for
personsliving
in
Delawaretional
administration
at
the
Univer-all
are
welcome
to
attend.
It
isbeing
and
Cleveland,
Ohio.
County.
sity's
school
of
education.given
toraisefundsforthe
banquet.
LibraryTrusteestoMeet
The
regular
meetingoftheboardoftrusteesofthe
Narberth
Community
Library
will
beheldTuesday,March
10,
at
7.30
P,
M.,
intheLi
brary.
P.
T.
A.
Study
Group
Wed.
The
Early
Childhood
group
oftheBorough
Council
MeetsNarberthParent-Teacher
AssociationThe
Narberth
Borough
Council
will,
will
hold
itsregular
meeting'
on
hold
committeemeetingsthis
Friday
I
Wednesday,March
11,
at
1.30
P.
M.
eveninginthe
Council
Chamber
in,
Mrs.
S.
J.
McCartneyisthe
leader
of
Elm
Hall.The
regular
pUblicmeet-:
this
group.Themeetings
are
held
ing
willbeheldMonday,March
9,
inthe
socialroomof
the
American
at
8P.
M.
Legion.
,
.
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March
6,1936
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lt
FacultyConcertSunday
TheMain
Line
School
ofMusic
an
nounces
a
concert
by
membersof
thefaculty,
at
the
school,107
Ardmoreavenue,Ardmore,thisSunday
after
noon,
March8th,
at
three
o'clock.Olive
Marshall,soprano,will
sing
a
groupof
song~.
John
A.
Fischer,
flute,
andPaulBogarde,trombone,membersofthePhiladelphiaOrches
tnl,
will
play
solos.
Frederic
Cook,well
known
as
conductorand
asfor
mel'
violinistofthePhiladelphiaOr
chestra,
will
give
a
Beethovensonato,withChristineHaskell
at
the
piano,
al1llalso,
withMr.Fischer'sassistance,
a
trio.
STORE
GREAT
EVENTS
STOREWILL
FEATURES
OF
SIGNIFICANCE
AT
LINE
FifteenTownship
and
BoroResidents
Drawn
for
JUl'Y
Fifteen
residents
of
Lower
Merion
and
Narberth
have
been
drawn
by
the
jury
commissionersof
Montgom
eryCounty
for
service
at
Norristowndul'ingthe
sessions
of
Cl'iminalCoul'l
the
weeks
ofApril
6
andMay
4.
Nm'beJ,th's
Busine~~
Councilwill
meet
Monday
evening
at
theArcadiaRestaurant.
No
Main
Linerswereamong
those
selededfortheGrand
Jury.
Local
rcsidents
selected
fOI'
Crim
inal
Court
jury
duty
are
as
follows:
April
G-
Jean
Arnold,Ardmore;
GeorgeConley,
Narberth;Augusta
C.
Elliott,Bala-Cynwyd;Josephine
Jef
fries,Wynnewood;
John
S.
LeBan',Bala-Cynwyd;HaroldPowers,
BrynMawr;
John
Wills,Merion.
May
4-Conrad
J.
Albrecht,
Narberth;
William
Crooks,
Villanova;Florence
1.
Doug-herty,
Bala-Cynwyd;Gertrude
Grcen,
Narberth;
LouiseW.Lewis,
Rosemont;Mary
Muller,
Narberth;Frank
Seeburg'er,
Bala;
Lois
Thayer,Haverford.
A
M,ARCH
OF
MARCH
OF
MAIN
LINE
Treseri
pt
ion
Optiei(llls
GREAT
EVENTS
THE
MONTH
OF
MARCH
W
ILL
BE
STRAWBRIDGE
&
CLOTHIER'S
Thisis
thegreat
rejuvenation
month.
Winterloses
itself
inSpring.
Drab
wardrobesgradually
findtheir
way
to
cedar
closets
and
camphor
balls,
and
onlythebright
and
new,
thegay,
colorful
and
refreshing
altrac!us.
Fashion
is
on
her
throne-a
charminglady
who
has
gone
into
the
past
for
inspiration-a
pastengagingly
womanly-a
pastwhenwoman
lived
to
dress
and
all
that
was
required
of
herwas
to
be
beautiful.
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areready
as
never
before
for
Spring
and
Easter
business,Watchthe
dailyPhiladelphianewspaper
advertising
for
the
outslanding
March
Featureswhichweshall
bring
to
thisStorefor
your
great&r
shopping
con
venience.
New
ideas
in
style
merchandising,
exceptional
values
in
apparel
and
accessories
foryourself
and
your
family,
specialpurchases
ofthemost
wanted
articles
of
the
season,
and
sales
in
housewares
and
the
thingsmost
desired
for
brightening
thehome.
INTHIS
OUR
HAVEMANYDAILYFASHION
AND
VALUE
Rememberthat
Charge
Purchases
made
during
March
need
notbepaid
until
May.but
are
subject
toa
Shoppers
Bonusof
1%
if
paid
by
April
15
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youascarefulin
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theoptician
to
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andfitspectacles
to
you
as
you
arein
choosingyourEye
Physician?
Costly
preclSlonmachincry,flawlessmaterialsandexpertartisans
whoseskill
canonlybeacquiredby
long
years
of
apprenticeship
and
experiencearerequired
to
satisfactorilyfurnish
you
with
spectacles,
Forty-three
years'experienceasDispcnsingOpticiansqualifics
us
to
serveyou.Efliciency,
quality
andservicecan
not
besacrificed
to
chcapncss,
butour
priccsare
as
low
as
is
consistent
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the
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your
eyesnecd,
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6
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with
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Tuesday
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