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Our Town January 8, 1937

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An-
PROMOTIONS
at
Meeting
January
29
WIN
PRICE,FIVE
CENTS
Secondprize,
$iiOOO,
in
the
recc'ntOldGoldcig"arcttecon
test
has
heen
awardc'dtoCharles
Dice!"
Narberth
Hall,
Essex
avenuc,
Narberth.
He
solvedco)')'ectly
Ill;
outof
120
picture
n:ll11ing"
puzzles
inthetirsttwo
sc'ries
oftlwcontest,
fig'uring:
uut
the
last
sixtyin
one
week's
tinll'.
Thewinner
solved119.
Dieck
is
assb;tanteditorof
thc'
'J'eICJil/(}/lc
.v
e1l'H,
Hell
Telephone
Comp;llly
house
()I'g'an;
g-raduate
the
University
ofPennsylvania,
1!l33,
where
he
was
anll'l11her(If
tl1l:
Mask
ami
'Vip;anelbusines:,;l1lunng
er
of
Tile
Pcw/sllipanial/.
Last
Aprilhe
married
Miss
Cynthia
Iyy,
ofLansdowne,undtheyhavelivedin
Narberth
sincethen.His
father
iscity
editorof
the
EpCl/ill[J
Bulletin
and
livesin
Swarthmore.Three
men
vitally
interestedin
the
contest
results
allwork
tog,ether
in
thetelephone
com
pany
office,
Philadelphia,accord
ing
toMr,
Dieck.
They
arc
GeorgeFealdns,
husbandof
1\11'5.
Surah
'V.
Feakins,Upper
Darhy,
who
wonfirstprize,
$25,000;Mr.
Dieck
andEdward
G.
Reeye,
Overbrook,whotied
forthird
prize
and
received
$2500.
Ndrberth
MallWillS
$5000
ill
theOldGold
Contest
Enlergency
Relief
is
Santato
43
Families
TWO
I
I
ActiveMenlbers'Club
I
Slates
Incumbents
I
'OfficersWillbeElcctednual
PlansProgram
NARBERTH,PENNSYLVANIA,JANUARY
8,
1937
Host
to
L l I t h c r a n . ~
,
'
:
DIED
AS
HOUSE
BURNED
I
YEARLY
REPORTGIVEN
!
i
The
last
wish
ofFred
Widman
WiIl:.
Foul'
membersof
Narberth's
Board
I
NarberthFire
Company'sActiveHoly
Trinity
Eyanp:elical
Lutheran
be
granted.
lofHealthweresworninto
office
at
j\llembers'
ClubTuesday
night
nomi-Churchof
:-;-arberthwill
celebrateits
I
Widman,
or
'Vhitll1an,
ashe
was:
~ h e
,Januaryreorganization
meeting'
nated
for
re-election
itspresent
offi-
fifteenth
a n n i v e r s a r ~ '
withspecial
I
better
knownhereabouts,who
died
:IS
~
JD
ElmHallby
I3urgess
John
R.
HalL!cers:
Harry
Hollar,
president;James
servicc's
Sundaymornings,
January
:
hissmall
frame
house
in
PennValley
I
They
are
DanielLeitch,
president;
1
Smyth,vice-president;Charles
V.10
and
17,
andwith
a
congregational
burned
tothe
groundlastSaturday,·
Dr.
Edwin
C.
Town,Mrs.
R.
C.
Hoff-
,Noel,
treasurer,
andGeorge
B.
Knapp,dinner,
Friday
evening,
January
15.
had
alwavs
wanted
tobeburied
in
man
and
Arthur
L.Cooke.
The
fifthJr"
secretary.At
the
11
o'clock
sen'icethisSun-
Zieglersviile.
Wednesday,
after
nearlymember,Mrs.
Roy
C,
Williams,
wasAttheannual
meeting
January
29
daymorning,the
Rev.
C.
P.Swank,
a
week'ssearch,LowerMerion
police
outoftown
at
the
timeand
wiII
be
it
isexpected
t h e ~ '
wiII
be
re-elected
D.D.,
superintendent
of
l\lissions
oflocated
a
sister
oftheagedrecluseswornin
at
Council'smeeting
Mon-I
without
opposition.
Theclub
was
the
Synod
of
East
Pennsylvania,
will
at
Hendricl,s,
Pa,
day.,
i
formedaboutsixmonthsago.
be
thespeaker.
A
pictureoftheRev.Sheis
Mary
Hohenbergerand
lives
Also
sworn
JD
wasGeorge
B.
SU-\
-Photo
hy
Bachrach.
AnnouncementwasmadeoftwoMilton
E.
McLinn,
thefirst
pastor
of
withJohn
Young,husbandof
anieceplee,
secretary
of
the
board.
M r , ~ .
COI/YeI'S
Rcad,
of
l'i1lcolOva,
promotionsamongtheactive
firemen.Holy
Trinity
who
serwd
the
eongre-Iofthedeadman.WiththeaidofReorganization
was
routine,the
elwil'l/lall
of
thcProgramCom-
VincentCunningham
has
beenad-gationfrom
J a n u a r ~ ' ,
1 ~ ' 2 3 ,
to
Janu-
I
funds
givenby
a
fraternal
organiza-same
officers
andcommittees
that
I
mittcc,
Lon'e/'
Merion-Nco'bcrth
vancedfrom
captain
to
assistantary,
1927,will
be
presentedtothe
I
tioJl
of
which
he
was
a
member,
Wid-
were
elected
01
appointedin
Decem-
COlll1ril
0;
Republican
lVomcll.
chief,
and
Harry
Hollar
fromlieu-congTcgation
by
Miss
RuthHolfstcn,
\:
man
willbe
buried
at
Zieglers\-illc,bel'
beingretained
without
change.teJlanttocaptain.
A
lieutenant
will
chairman
ofthecommittee.
M.
R.
,neal'Souderton.Dr.David
WilburHorn,Bryn
Richard
Woodto
Speak
I
be
namedlater.
Maekell
will
acceptthepicture
for,
REV.
CLETUS
A.
SENFT
i
EarlY
lastSaturdav
a
four-alarll1
Mawr,
was
reappointed
asthe
board's
t
RbI'
W
The
other
activefiremenleaders
tl
t'".
0
cpu
lcan
omen
Ch
I.
lecongrega
JOn.
Ill/star
0;
thc
HolyTril/ityLllth-
i
fire
brought
theNarberth,
Cynwydchcmist.
,arc:ar
es
V.Noel,firechlCf;
John
Thedinner
on
the
15th,the
actual
en/II
Chllrel/,Nar!H')'th,whose
:and
Ardmore
fire
comjJanies
tohisHealth
Officer
Suplee
was
namedto
TIlL
M--'
-N
b
th
C
'A.
Miller,
deputychief;George
Gil-
ower
1
enon-
ar
er
oun-
,
birthdate
oftheorganization,isex-
cmlyn'flatiall
I/C,l.t
wcd,
willcc/e-
dwelling
at
McClenaghan's
Mill
and
represent
theboard
at
the
annual
'IfR
hI"
'V
'IIIIdlespIC
and
Albert
Nulty,assistant
IbI5bf'Ikd
CI
0
epu
Ican
omen
WI10
a
chiefs'
El·ne".tBI.
pecte(
to
eservee
to
10
mem
ers
0
[)/'ate
its
fiftecl/thal/llit'('/'sary.
Old
Gulphroads,
Penn
Valley.Lowerconventionof
n1l
-
inspectors
an
luncheonmeetingTuesday
at
1
P.
1\1.,
,.
ou
ay,
captam.the
congregation.
Herman
E,MetiusMerionpatrolmen,
enteringthe
house,
health
officers
in
Harrisburg,
January
at
Erskine
Hall,
Haverford,
when
willpresid('
as
toastmaster
while
IA
CI
b
M
found
Widman's
body
in
the
hallway,
19
and
20.
Richard
R.
Woodwill
speak
on
"Amer-
:Mildred
Warner
Baily
:vill
direct
t ~ e
uto
u
anager
,It
is
believed
he
died
of
suffocation.
1\11.
Supleereportednine
c a s e ~
ofica
theInternational
Scene."music.
Among-
the
spec
lUI
guests
WIll
c.
S
d ~
Dueto
a
lack
ofwater
supplY
thescarletfeyerandoneeachof
(!Jph-:Mr.Wood,a
graduate
of
Haver-
be
Dr,and.l\lrs.
S.D.
D a u ! ! h ~ r t y ,
for-
autionS
on
pee
,firemenwereobligedto
confine
'their
theria,chickenpox
and
m e ~ s l e s
for
ford
College
andpost-graduate
ofl
mer
super,mtendent
of,l\llsslOns,a,nd
I
---
,'efforts
to
preventing
aSI))'ead
ofthethemonthofDecember.
HIS
yearly
IT
I
U'
".
I
I1h1
tl
106
-,arvar(mverslty,
IS
executIVe
sec-
Weck'sSupply
of
Food
PI
sW
10
was
mstrumenta
IJI
orgaJ1lZ1l1g
RescarchDirectorUrgesEarly;
flames
to
other
homes.
,report
S
.owe(,
lere.
were
cases
f
IF'
l'
PC'
'u
the
church;
the
Rev.
and
Mrs,
R.
J,
..I
W'd
btdf
tl'
I'
!ofcontaglOus(!JseasemNarberthdur-
r e t a r ~ -
0
tle'nen(
s
eace
omnllt-j
Td
CI
thO
B'
Wolf,
of
n",d
Hill.
Inl,nn",H,'e
Dtagno'"
Wb«eCanm
;
,n"n
""
0
two
nng'.
'''!
iv.
19'16.
whil,
121
p"mit,
WHetee,
Th,
,peak."
i'
anedit.,.of"The,
oy'
a ~
0
mg,
,mg
.Std.
penmanslllp
and
that
hewas
apIOneer
I.
Friend"
and
was
in
attendance
at
ChrIstmas
Cheer
SecretarYofthe
Luther
League,
who
lS
uspcce'
.,
,,'
Issued
tohandlers
of
food.
"'111
the
mdustrvofbotthng
vll1egar.I
many
sessions
of
the
Leagueof
Na-
: ~ ; : ; ' t ~ : ~~ : : ~ ~ ~ : , , \ ~ v t l ; ~, ; ; g ~ ~ : ' ~ i ~ ~ ' :
ADDRESS
WOMEN'S
CLUB.'
i
WFIL
Witbdtaw,Bal.
tion'
in
1935,
THANKS
GIVEN
DONORS
Dr
and
I\It'sWCi'ley
neighboring
.
HarveyHarman
to
SpeakRd'TA
I"
The
programforthe
meeting,
has
<
"...
'\
:
a
10
owcr
pp
lcat10n
been
arranged
by
thechairmanofNarberth'sVoluntaryEmergencypastorat
I3roukline
andformerpresi-
F.
E.Ballantyne,general
manager
:
After
BusincssCouncil.
R
l'
fbI
t
Cl
't
I.
he
Program
Committee,Mrs.
Con-I
e
Ie
roug
1.
~ ~ I S
m ~ s
lappJJ1eSs,Continued
on
Page
Six
IO,f
th:
A m e r i c ~ n
Automobile
Associa-
i
Dinncr
Next
TucsdayNight
WFIL's
applicationto
the
LoweryersRead,ofVillanova,
I
o
forty-three
fanlllles
With
giftsand
tlon,1I1
addresslllgthe
Narberth
\\'om-.
Merion
Boardof
Adjustmentfor
a,
generousbasketsof
food.
The
re-
M
.
L
.",:
Narberth
BusinessCouncil's
annual"
'tl
d
ReservatIOns
may
be
made
forthe
"
.,
ln
IneS
ensComnluJ1\ty
Club
on::street
and,
I'
'IIb'Td
'I
zonlllg'
val'lance
was
WI
1
rawn
luncheon
by
phoning
:\Irs.
J.
C.
Fer-'
I
c I \ ) \ ~ n t s
h a ~ ' e
C O l 1 l l l 1 u J 1 l e ~ t e d
WIth
the
..'
"i
e
1I111er
WI
e
gIven
ues
aymglt
WednesdaywhenT.'ViIliamRoberts,
'1'
468G
bJ9
Reitercht\lrmanand
JJ1
many
in-
I l t g h \ \ ' a ~ '
Safety,sunl:"Speed
IS
not
at
7o'clock
in
the
Green
Room
ofthe
St.
Asaphsroad,Hala,refused
to
altel'guson,
."1.)'(
more
,y
anuary.
!
stanceshavestated
there
would
haveReliefcasesinLower
:Merion
last
alwaysresponsible
for
accidents
as:ArcadiaRestaurant,Narberth.
,hisposition
regarding
hiscontract
I
beenno
observance
ofthe
holiday
had
weeknumberedfifty-two,anincreasethere
arc
many
contributing
factors.
I
Frank
A.
Schrepfer
wiII
be
toa-
f-
""ith
West
Laurl'1HiII
Cemetery.
EconomyLeaguer
I
itnotbecn
for
thegenerosityof
Nar-
of
fOllr;
Narberth's
werefour,
a
drop
SIwedis
at
timesprofitable,but
a'
master
and
HarveyHarman
will
tell,Thewithdrawalcamein
a
letter
to
Lh
TG
berth
citizens.of
onecase.drivel'
does
notgainifheweaves'
about
his
trip
toCuba.
1\11,
and
Mrs,
Evan
L.
James,
secretary
of
the
ases
axougej
Milk,
Christmastrees,toys,
food,
MontgomeryCountyhasreceived
reek]es,;]\'in
andoutof
traflic,
cliHe-
Harmanreturned
home
'Vednesday
I30ard
ofAdjustment,from
Frank
II.
---
clothing,
coal,
shoes
undmedicine
$140,477
fromthe
StateTreasury
as
,t.:arding
the
propel'
side
to
p a ~ s
01
byfromtheislandrepublic,wherethe
I\lancill,
counsel
forWFIL.
Major
RoyScymoUl'Addrcsses
I
w e r ~
f u r n i s ~ l e d ,
t l ~ i s
season.All
the
county'sshareinthegasoline
tax
passing
standing
trolleysor
buses,"
,Penn
coach
was
in
chargeof
football
Thecompanyproposedtoerect
a.
C h l ' l s t m a ~
ellstnbutlOns
wereamplerefund.
It
will
probably
be
u:::ed
for
lIe
statc'd
that
the
r o a d ~
inLowerduring'Cuba'sCarnival
of
Sports.radio
towel',
control
station
andga-
Bala_Cynwyd-Narbcrth
for
one
week'sconsumption.road
ill1provements,:\lprion
Townshipwerenot
built
for.Following
the
dinner,which
will
berug'eon
the
east
sideof
Glen
road,
Rotary
Club
As
private
donations
are
theonlyIn
view
of
several
f a l ~ e
alarms
high
~ p e l ' d
anelif
one
traveled
at
the'
a
testimonialto
the
l'etiringpresident,
1300
feet
nOl,thof
City
line,
Rala.means
by
which
thisbranch
ofthe
turned
in
to
fire
companies,Anthony
prop('\'
rate
of
tWl'nty-five
miks
pel'
Joseph
Adelizzi,
new
officers,
headed'
!\II',
Roherts,
who
with
his
hrotlH'r
"HIDDEN
LEVIES"
HIT
work
can
becontilllll'd,
theeommit-:\lcGrann,
Lowerl\lerion
Townshiphour,
hl'wouldJ'<'aeh
his
destinationbyRoyGowland,president-eJect,
will
owns
ahoutseventy
acresof
landin
---
tee
expresses
its
thanks
to
all
those
fire
marshal,issuesthewarning
that:
c'asih'.be
installed.
that
vicinity,
holds
a
ten-yea
I
re·stri('-!
"'Vhy
should
we
support
theshift-
\who
contributedthis
pastyearand".,
It'
,fI
Dl:,
S t a n l " ~ '
Reimann,directorof
RulIlhS.
Dunne
is
chairman
ofar-tion
ag'_
aintheWest
LaureJHill
CenH'-
less
and
coddle
the
incompetent,
pay
I
extendsthe
sl'ason's
greetingsfor
a
. " 1 . n ~ ·
personeaug'l
turnmg
1Il
ase
~
I
'11
1dfRl'>,c'alTh
at
tIl"
Lankenau
HOS\lital,rangel\1ents,
tery
COI1J\lt\n\.'
land,now
zoned
for
and
payagainfor
the
borrowed'
happy,prosperous
an(1
contented
a
arms
WI
Je
prosecute
to
the
ull-
~
I,!!'a\'('a
v:duabl"
talk
on
"Cancpr,
It"
"A"
residence
use.
This
classification
money,
!llaintainanarlllyofpolitical,
:\'e\\'
Year.
Furthl'r
appreciutionis
est
extent
of
the
aw,
whIchll1ean,.;a
co
~
fi
f"_
I'
.IEarl,\"
D i a < r l l O ~ i "
andPossibleCure,"
SIJOrtsl11cll'S
Drawing20thcannot
bechang-ed
without
his
eonsc'nt,
hang'ers-on
and
tole'rate
inconlpetencc"c'xtc'ndedtothose
who
helpell
packne
0
.,,2<J
or
t
1IrtytosIxty
cays
in
.
''
ail."
II"
,,'""
""Iw
"f
lh"
,.;
"ht
pa
ti,,,t,
T'..."
",.on
I
dmwi""
of
tho
Low'"and
th,
a""""""t.
"",",d"dat
N
00'-
,i"
highpi""",?"
I
I""'",,
and
r
"""i,hed
d,livo"
",,-
who
attenc\ed
the
Cancel'
Forum
in:'Ill'rionRod
andGunClubs
will
takeristown,
has
seyen
yearsto
run.
Thus
inque,.;tion
form
:\Itt,ior
Roy
i
lee.
Through
theMain
Line
Federation
I'
]
I''
hiladelphia,
who
hadunsuspected
plaee
January
20
at
theCommunity'Seymourof
the
Pennsvh"aniaEcon-,
hmong
t
10"('
ma
ong
donatIOns
ofChurches,
700
ehildrenreceived
.'
'
'I
Iasc's
ofcancer,
\Vhen
asked
how
Building",
Narberth.
:
SunDial
Wins
Prize
'oillYLc'ag'uc
summariz{'dhis
opinion.were
t\('fo
lowing:
gifts
andtoys
nt
Christmas.The
'\\'
'C'CI
1
1\1
!l,'"l'
ca,.,c'"
\\'er{'
diagnosed,Dr.
Rei-'j\\"('nty
prizes
willbe
awarded,
in-,
For
elementary
schools,
theSunof
the
NewDeal
in
an
address
hefol'(':onH,nsomll1u\llty
U
J;
rs.
gifts
wPl'e
selectedfromtheBryn
'
I
JIIIJ
II"
1I1-',
annsaid
apic'ce
ofthesu"pectedduding'
a
:WO
caliber
sporting
rifle,:
Dial,
publicationof
theNarberth
Pub-the
Bala
-
Cynwyd
-
l'arberth
Rotary·
0
In.e
('!'1<'
,
,r,;
t
1C
\.lI1gs
l\lawr
headquarters'
toyroom
by
par-
I)
I
'1
...
,I
l'
i>""Ul
\':a.
;
talwn
awayfromthe
Bo"eh
andLambbinoculars
and,
IicSchool
wonsecondprizeintheCluhTuesday,
;
aug
Iters;
lOOp
"'0.
~
alH
\'Oop
ents
who
later
gavethemto
their
''.
I
N1
,-
G'
1St
Ib
'1'(
'atil'nl.
with
an
anestheticof
course.
1'1l(!ugerreel.:
seventhannual
contestofthePenn-"Let's
mind
OUI
own
business,"
1
0"
:':),
11',
eou
s;
ng('org'
lay-children.
II1C\ll<'ng'iven
labratorytreatnwntand,
Donation
r e c e i p t ~
may
beobtainecl
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School
Press
Association.urgedthe
sl1Caker
"and
tomindit
sens
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Editor
oftheSunDialis
Georg-ewell,
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on
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cluh
member.Breslow,Haverfordavenue,
Narberth.
int!
to
til<'
taxation
hurden."
I
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.
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anonymouswa"
al'l'cslc'd
threetim""
in
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oncl'.II..
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nnd
ifthespot
IS
loca
alld
1:\S
Prizes
will
also
be
awarded
fol'
theThe
facult."
adviser
is
Richard
L'
''Continued
on
I'ag-e
Two
for
picketing,
twic('
for
hurnillg"Woocl-
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.
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touching-
ontheg'reatIncrease:
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not
disseminated,the
patic'nt
will
lal'gest
fish
caught
in
1!J3G.
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book.
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last
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ually
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aWl'el,
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will
Alterations
at
Bank
fewyearsand
describing'
sCllne
of
the
was
al'<'"ident
of
B r ~ ' n
:'Ilawr,
P.
T.
A.
StudyGroup
so-called
"hiddentaxes,"Mujor
Sey-
Continued
on
Pag"c
Two
\It
t'
I
th'
kt
couple
elopingfrom
Lancastc'l':.
era
Ions
were
mace
IS
wee'
a
"TheFamily's
Part
inCommunitymour,executive
secretary
of
the
;\lon1.-
were
arrested
thi"
\\'l'e],
In,
Lo\\'c'r
TheNational
I3ank
of
Narberth
to
Recr"ation,"
is
thetopic
c h o ~ e n
for
g'onw!'y
Countybranchof
the
league,
Thief
Still
at
Large'
I
/1'
I
erioll
Otlicc'rs
Plumridg'e
and
l\lu-proVI(emOl'e
0
lee
space
at
t
le
front
studr
anddiscussion
by
the
Parent
sUl-':gested
thefollowing
program:
II·1I
I'
'I
I
AfterTaking
Jewelry,
of
the
buildin<r.EI
t'
It
't
It
1
W
10
slopPC'(t
lC'lr
taxlea
)
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"an-
,""
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IOn
c
ass
aIs
regu
ar
nwe
-
Guanl
tl)('
snun'es
of
taxation,
getcastel'
pike.
Bryn
:\1
a
\1'1'.
Theman.poliee
are
still
onthe
loolwut
for'
MlIliercs
Meet
ing'
\\'ednesday,
.January
13,
at
10.30
yourmoney'sworth,spend
less
than'
,1ohn
Hopkins,
2 ~ .
is
wanll'dfor
1'011-
Monday
A.:'1.,in
theCommunity
Builrling.
you
receive
and
preparefor
a
rainy
I
bing-a
l.ancnsll'rtheatre'
,'al'e
"I'
thethil'f
who,on
New
Year's
Day,
I
The;\lulieresofthe
Narberth
i'll'S.\VeslpyP.
Dunnington
will
Ill'
day.
I
$.l:,I,;iO.
Th('g-ir]is
Tieie
Swan,
Iti.
stoIC'
$150in
je\wlJ'y
from
DI'.II.B.:
Fire
C o m p a n ~ '
will
hold
theirJanu-
theleader.
j
Laine's
apartment,
222
lIaverfonl
ave-
'
1\
I.
,'\ftel'nooll
All'
I'
II
\Vayne
D.
Burnside,
assistant
post-
,osc'ph
B,Allc.n,presi<!<'nt
ofthe
.'
I
ary
n)('etll\g
next
lone
ay
Interested
parents
arc
col'(
11\
YI
I3
'I
I"
C\
nue,
Narberth,
whIle
thedentistand'\t
'J
P
1\1
'\t
E'lnlFlaIl'
't
ItI
master
at
Bala-Cynwyel
and
fie!<
cap-
1'\'n
;,
awl'
'Ire
olJ\pan\",
las
re-
"-.".
InYI
ec
to
at
ene.
'fIL
1\'
RII..
.'
Il\1rs.
Laine
were
ona
holidavvacatinn.
I
(alJ1
0
tIe
n\\'er.
I<'rlfll1
\fH
aneslgllc,d
astreasure'r
of
the
l\!ontg"Oln-,
'.
'.
Gun
Club,
was
ghen
ml'mbershi\,
in'
en'
Count\"
Fin'm('n'sAssociation
'1
he
articlesstolen,
acconhng
to:'Aiding
'thc'
Burcaufor
Colo;'e<l
Dr,Laine,were
l ~ v e
rings,
thrce!Home
Plus
Health
Eq
al
H
p'h'
S
theclubby
Joseph
J.Skelton,whoChildrencampaign
now
underway
in
watches,watch
C ~ 1 U l I 1 .
g-old
football'i
Usa
r
lne
S,
presentedhimwiththe
Rotary
emblem
Philadl'1phia
are
Matthew
H.
:Mc-
honorary
key,
stl'lngofpearls.They:
D
KTIIB
led
CI
b
andbadge.
C l o s k c ' ~ ' ,
Overbrook,
vice-chairman;
included
keepsakesand
mcmentoes
of
r.
rusenesa
a-
ynwy
U
A
brief
talk
onthc
work
oftheHoraceP.
Liversidg-e,
Cynwyd,chair-
college
days.
I
Salvation
Armywas
madeby
Captain
manofthemen's
division;
RalphT.l\larks
on..
the
?ute.r
doorshowwhere:
"The
AmericanHome,"
said
Dr.often
too
muchwas
left
tothe
schools.
Hawley,of
that
organization,who;
Se!lt"l',O\'el'\)\'ool,',
ell'\'·l~,.'I'on
1",'\cl"I'.
therobber
JlmnlledIt
open.
.
'V'I
1-
'h'
Iktl
Id
hI'
I.I
stressed
the
rehabilitationworkear-
",
~ ~
I
1
mel'
\.rusen
lJ1
IS
ta
at
le
n
01'
er
to
ave
lapplJ1eSs,
le
sal(,Latest
rPlurnsfromthe
annual
!\Voman'sClubofBala-Cynwyd
the
child
must
have
a
happy
homeliforied
on
intwenty-two
fields
by
the'
AutocarstoDeliverCoal
I
army
Christmas
Seal
sale
show
receipts'Vcdnesda
y
ufternoon,
"isthe
most
im-
and
be
guidedby
hisorherparents
.
fromNal'berthandLowerMerionTheKnickerbockerIceCompany
I
portantthing
inmodern
civilization.
in
thegreat
questions
of
life.
Birthdaysof
Raymond
L.
Watrous"(exceptBala-Cynwyd)of
$4828.97,
haspurchasedfrom
the
AutocarCom-:
Next
comes
health
andhappiness,
for
Happiness,hedeclared,depends
J.
BedfordWooley,
Magistrate
Frank-
!
from
B a l a - C ~ ' I l \ \ ' y d
of
$8;)0.'10.
pany,ofArdmore,sevenheavy
duty
i
in
order
to
have
both
ofthelatter,
one
greatly
on
oneself.
If
yougive
the
linP.
KromerandJames
P.CarrollSixadditionalcasesof
scarlet
fever
trucksfor
coal
deliveryinNew
York:must
have
a
weli-oriteredhome."best,you
receive
the
best.Many
fine
wereobserved.inLower
Merion
werereported
la"t
City,and
four
1,200
gallon
fuel
oilI
While
the
women
of
this
countrY
fricndshipshavebeenformed
by
-------
weel,
by
I-h'aIthOtncerJ\IaI'vin
E.trucks,
for
homedeliveries
in
the
haveentered
offices
andthe
variou's
thoseinterested
inthe
sameprojects,
Partners
{Ol'
Singletons
Reynolels.
Tlll're
were
also
four
new
same
territory.
All
eleven
are
of
the
i
profl'ssions
andart,they
stillhaveandthe
result
is
great
happiness.
at
Junior
Club
Bridge
casesofmumps,
live
ofchickenpox,engine-under-the-seattype,thecoaltimeto
manage
a
well-ordered
home,
He
also
spolw
of
publichealthpro-
one
ofpneumonia.
trucks
being
less
thantwentyfeet.
hedeclared,
and
said
that
womenofjectswhichaffect
a
community,suchKings,come
andbringyour
queens
John
C.
Groome,
Jr.,
sonof
theoverall,
to
facilitatemaneuvering·Americain
the
long
runwerebetterasthewater
SUPI1Iy,
sewage,etc.,
anel
tu
the
Junior
Community
ClUb
bridge
late
Colonel
John
C.
Groome,
Bryn
around
coal
pocketsandin
traffic.
politicians
than
men
andin
generalalsoadvocated
the
adoption
of
pre-
party
on
Thursday,
January
14,
at
Mawr,has
beenelected
captain
oftheknowmoreabout
legislath'e
pro-ventive
medicine,
statingthat
both
the
8.:30
P.
M.,
in
the
CommunityBuild-
First
CityTroop.He
succeeds
Craw-
Annual
LibraryMeeting12th
cedure.young
and
old
shouldreceivemedicaling.
For
everysingletonwe
will
pro-
ford
C.
Madeira,Ardmore.
Other
The
Narberth
Community
Library
I
Inregardtothe
educationofthe
examination
at
least
twice
a
year,
vide
a
partner.Tryyour
luckand
officers
areFrederick
C.
'Vheeler,Association
wiII
hold
itsannual
meet-\
child,
Dr.
Krusen,
whoispresidentespeciallyadults.
Health
isalso
a
youmay
havethe
honor
of
receivingArdmore,first
lieutenant;Henry
B.
ing
inthe
library
Tuesday
at
7.30
P.ofthe
College
ofPharmacyand
Sci·
vitalfactorinthe
home,and
if
one
a.
prize.
The
publiciscordially
i n ~
l
ontinued
on
Page
SixM.
Allmembers
are
urged
to
attend'lence,
Philadelphia,pointed
out
that
ishealthy,naturally
heishappy.
;
vlted.
J.
S,
l.-..
.J
i
HISTORY
SHOWS
GROWTH
SpecialScrvicesJanuary
10
and
17;
CongregationalDin-ncr
15th
I
I'
Holy
TrinityLutheran
Members
!
Zieglersville.
B u r i ~ l .
I
BurgessSwearsin
i
TMkChh'
15th
A·
!
for
SuffocationVictim·
Boro
Health
Board
o
ar
nrcsnll1versary!;
•Frcd
Widman's
Last
Wish
tobe,Dr.Wilbul'
Horn
AppointedGranted
asSister
lS
Chcmist;Officcrs,Commit-
Found
tecs
Unchanged
VOLUME
23,
No.
14
 
PageTwo
OURTOWN
January
8,
1937
MARY
ASTOR
in
SinclairLewis'
MAGICIAN
Thursday-
Friday.
SaturdayJanuary
7.8
and
9
THE
BELL
TELEPHONE
COMPANYOFPENNSYLVANIA
herhusbandwho
d i s c o \ ' ~ r e d
founddisillusionmentandofcontentlllcnt.
The
PicturesurpassesboththefamousBookandoutstandingPlay
in
delincatingthedramaof
an
ambitious
wife
who
~ D O D S W O R T H '
WALTER
HUSTON
RUTHCHATTERTON
Businessmen,
too,
have
found
magic
in
longdistance
service.Magic
that
getsmorebusinessdonein
shortertime
at
less
cost.
Theyuse
long
distance
to
makeappointments,secureorders,
speed
shipments,
an·
swer
complaints,issueinstructions
-
to
make
all
kinds
ofbusinesscontacts.Longdistancehas
manyusesthat
you
shouldknow
about.
It
hasobtained
resultsthatmayamaze
you.
Letus
tellyou
aboutthem.
Call
theBusiness
Office.
..
I'm
a
longdistanceoperator.
I
don'tknow
how
manythou
sand
calls
I've
handled,
but
I
stillget
a
kick
out
of
it.
Here
I
sit
atmy
switchboard.You,
in
your
home
or
office,
decide
that
you
wantto
talk
to
someone
whomay
be
many
miles
away.
I
say
a
fewwords,make
a
fewsimplemovements
with
my
hands
and
-Presto!-here's
your
partyl
Is
it
any
wonder
that
I
sometimes
feellikea
magician?"
January
8.
9
VirginiaBruceFrancesLangford
JOE
E_
BROWN"POLOJOE"
CarolHughesRichard"Skeets"GallagherBring
~ h e
Family
To
the
Movies
EverySundayContinuousfrom2to
11
P.
M.
He
stillhas
[hestringon
hisfinger-but
noNewton
Coalinthecellar.
It's
a
reminder
for
)'011
now
-so
.•
PhOhe
Ardmor.
2550or
ALL.B
400
He
forgot!
JamesStewart
UnaMerkel
Wednesday.Jan,
13-0ne
Day
Only
Friday.SaturdayThurs,.
Fri"
Sat,Jan.
14.15.
16
MightiestSwlngtimeMusical!
ELEANORPOWELL
"BORN
TO
DANCE"
Sun"Mon.,
Tues,Jan.
10,11,
12
TheFunniestPictureEver!
"THREE
MEN
ON
A
HORSE"
Frank
M c H u g l ~
JoanBlondellGuyKibbeeCarolHughesAllenJenkinsAdded:LatestEdition
"THE
MARCHOF
TIME"
JOAN
CRAWFORD
CLARKGABLE
FRANCHOTTONE
"LOVE
ON
THE
RUN"
ARDMORE
THEATRE
____
R_eginald
Denny
25c
4-5-6
PICKUP
STICKS
~ ~ L O V E
ON
THE
RUN"
DAVIS'
The
GameEveryolle
Is
Playing
224
Haverford
Ave.
MONDAY
AND
TUESDAY
WalterHustonRuthChatterton
EGYPTIAN
~ D O D S W O R T H '
FmST
MAIN
LINE
SHOWINGS
FRIDAY
AND
SATURDAY
JoanCrawford
Oark
GableFranchot
Tone
--------
----
Troop
No.8
Girl
ScoutTroop
No,R
ofNarberth
met
Tuesday
night.
Merit
badges
were
awardedto
Phyllis
Folwell
and
DorisMacKeller.Wealso
had
a
Courtof
Honor
and
decidedto
dropautomaticallyallgirls
whowere
ab
sentthreetimes
straight
without
ex-cuse.JEAN
SIMPSOI>.
A
special
featureof
the
NarberthJuniorWomen's
Club
dance,
at
the
OverbrookGolfClub
January
16,willbeafloor
show
stagedby
Miss
Mar
gieHoffman,
dancing
instructor,and
William
Thomas.
A
popular
orches
tra
will
playfromtento
two.
FIRE
CALLS
Friday,January
8.
1937
RcdCrosstoElect
TheMainLine
Branch,
American
RedCross,willelect
itsBoard
of
Di
rectorsfortheyearTuesday
at
itsArdmoreheadquarters.Amongtheforty-eightpersonsnominatedfordirectorshipsare
Mrs.
J.
O.
Hacken
bergand
Mrs.
L.
CasperWister,
both
of
Wynnewood;Miss
HelenLafore,
PennValley;Mrs.E,
Robert
Riter,
Narberth.CharlesD.
Tuttle
Charles
D.
Tuttle,retired
musie
puhlisher
andorganist,was
buried
in
Arlington
Cemetery
Wednesday
following
funeral
services
at
the
Pres
byterian
Home
for
AgedCouples
and
SingleMen,
at
4700
City
Line
a \ ' ( ~ n u e ,
Bala,
1\11'.
Tuttle,
who
w a ~
8 ~ ,
died
at
the
Presbyterian
HOllle
:.'IIonday
after
a
short
illness.He
wasthehusband
of
the
late
Mrs.
ElizabethTuttleand
is
survi\'cd
by
ason,
William
C.
Tuttle,of
Chest
nut
Hill,
and
liy
five
daughters,
1\11'5.
Edward
Stanley,
221
Conway
U\'enue,
Narberth;
HelenHudson,Chicago
singer;
Mrs,A,W,
Duncanand
Mrs.
RufusE.
Holder,
of
Washington,
D.C.,
and
Mrs.
M.D.
Christmas,ofPrescott,
Ariz.BorninBrooklyn,
he
sel'\'ed
as
choirmasterof
OldSt.
Andrew's
P.
E.
Church,
Eighthstreet
abo\'eSpruce,
Philadelphia,and
was
alsoorg'anist
of
OldSwedes
Church,
SansomandChristianstreets;
Scots'
Presbyterian
Church,
BroadstreetandCastle
avenue,
Philadelphia,
and
oftheNativity
P.
E.
Church,
Eleventhand
Mount
Vernon
streets.Other
Main
LineBasketball
League
teamseontinue
totie
Jay
Neill's
Narberthquintet
fol'the
circuit
lead.Rosemontwhichhad
enjoyed
that
honor
jointly
with
Penn
W ~ ' n n e
lost
to
the
lattcr
Monday,:10-28,
to
drop
intoundisputed
secondplace,Meanwhile
the
borough
lads
outgoaledPhoenixville
at
Brookline,4433,to
stay
at
the
top,
Hen
Soleliacscored15points,while
guard
Russ
Herrmann
tallied
11
markers.NextNarberthgame
isl\londay
against
Rosemont
at
thePenn\\'ynne
School,followedbya
tiltwith
PennWynne
Friday
at
Brookline,
PrizesforBirthday
Ball
TwoverJ'
attractive
doorprizes
have
been
donated
forthePresident'sBirthday
Ball
January
30
at
the
Overbrook
Country