Boost Narberth

And Knock No One
the Red
Roll Call
Answer
Cross
VOLUME VII, NUMBER 7
NARBERTH, PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920 PRICE THREE CENTS
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Ardmore
Y. M. C. A. News
For God nnd we nssoclate our·
tog-ether for the followtng' pllrl'oscs:
] 0 uphold IIl1d defeud the Coustllutlou of
the \julled Htntes of AlI1eriea: to mnlntnln
law 11lld ol'd.. r; to foster and perpetuate
one hundred pel' cent, Amerlcunism' to
preserve the mell10rles and lnchleuts of' our
ussoelatlon In the Great 'Val'; to inculcate
a sense of hl<Jlviduui ohlig-ntlon to the
community, Stat .. lind NutIon; to combat
tI", of both the .. lasses and the
masses; to make rig-ht the master of
mlg-ht; to promote pence and g-oo,1 will on
l'nrth; to suf"g-uurd nnd trunsmit To pos·
terll.\' the pI'lnclp1<'s of just ieI'. freedom
ulld to eonse"rate :111<1 snnetlty
our comradeship by our devotion to mutual
heipfulnpss.-Preamble to the Constitution
of th!' Americnn Lc/;ion,
THE SOUTH SIDE APPROACH TO
NARBERTH STATION.
01\(' of 0111' "'pII"known an,1 01,1 hor-
hi:-; appl'l'l'iat ion of
the' Lpgil!II'S p)'0l't):-oal tu (I{'\,ll!'Y the
lot and Iltt].. otli,'" at th,' "tat ion 011
th" south sidp, .
It ha,.; nlad,' it to b'l'p this
plot (If g'l'olllld fI'Olllh('('()Jllill" :111 <,:,"c·

:rllt' 's "lalls fol' IlP:\111
thl"; plot alld nlakillg it I'0s,.dbh· to l"lItl
a h"ll'ing hand to anot],,'r '""I'\' wOl'thv
f1l'g:lllizatioJl an' 1I1(\l'tillg" with al;·
1'J'(l\",l1hy Ina II,'" hoo\<t "I'S of "OUI' Home
'('o\\"lI" alld will SOOll Ill' I"I'ad,' for the
:-;:tIIl,tioJl as a ·1lll'llloria.l
pl'op.."it illn.
SPECIAL MEETING.
'I'h"I"I' will 'IH' a spp(·ial n\(,,'t illg of
the' I)ost Oil Ii'riday ('\"('lIing. ])l't'l'lIlhC'r
10. ill onr lIpW hlllll". 'I'hp p!P1'! iOll of
otli,·"r,.; for tll(' ypar 1!l::!1 will tab' place
at t hi,.; tilll('.
VICTORY MEDALS.
!t is 1I0\\" Jlllssihl(' to olltain ,·lIur Yie·
tor.'· :\Ipdal with littk 01' uo ti'ouhlp 011
your part.
YIIU will W:llIt this :\I('dal. so take
ad\"alltag(' of .VOUI' \Vl'ite
to th" '\l'Jny Hp"I'nitinl-! Olli,"'.
H:II'(' :-:t l'('l't I for HJlJllil'at ion:-i, 01' :-il'(' your
I'o,.;t A,I.iutanl. •
LABOR AND THE LEGION.
0111' of the tlaily pap,'rs last ,,·eek
gll ,"e U \"l'ry illterl'stillg- a""oullt of the
11I,'ptillg Ill,ld hy thl' World War Yet,
".I':IIIS ill rpfpl'<'u('" to thp hUlIlIS 'lues,
t lOll.
Oue. of th,' ";llPal,,'rs, a l:uhor lepre·
Sl'utatl'"p, ('Oil <ll'1Il II l'(l. tlll\ Ameri('an
Oil the g"l'otlllfl of fa"ol'illg tap·
Ita!JSJJl.
Wby shoul,l \\,P, th!' rauk
llIlll Iilp, who aI'<' nil lahorers
ourspl\"ps, fa\'or the eapitalists?
'I'hl' Lp!!:ioll is fOllllllL'd Oil the ha,.;ie
prill"iplps of showillg no l'a,"oriti";llI to
politi,'s, enl'ital, labor or :In,· olle 1'1"
ligioll or spd. .
The lahor 1'lllli{'als ar[' ]purlling ales·
"Oll 1'1'0111 thl' r('adioll of thl' \\"al'. 1I0t
th(' adioll.
, 'rile Xu rherth Ameriean Legion BuilLl·
Illg alH] Loan ARsocation will open its
Seeond Series on 'l'lIesday evening
Dccemher i, at 7:30 o'cloek at
Little Of!iee, Cor. Elmwood a;ld Essex
Ave.
NEW SERIES B. & L. ASS'N.
E\"('ryhol1,v i:-; working"
ill Jl('('paration for onl' Big Fair to he
1\(,1,1 Oil t'\'t'lling UIIIl
af'tl'rJ100n alld (l\'('lIing-, J)(,l't'lllhl'l' ;';1'<1
and ·[th. Arrangelllpnts han' bp,'n made
to 11I'O\'idp first elass 1'01' tI\(, dallc,
ing. 'l'hp ('ntpl'taillln(,lIt. whil'!\ will he
frp", ,,"ill h,' worth III 0 \'(, than the
pri"" .01' th" admission t il'kl't, The per·
:-;O}lS III ('hargp of' th(' (!ifl'ercllt
1"ll!PS ('ollnh'rs al'P . .I,latllling for
thlllgS. ,\s all a,ldltJollld [(':ltun' of at-
tl':ldioll, :\Iill!alll 'I'ha,.;ill ',.; llIilJill('I'Y aua
Iln'ssmakillg dassl's will exhihit . hats
all,1 gowlls whil'h the" ha\"(' llIa,le. 'rhe;;e
will show ill part fhp pXl'pptiollal re-
sults the wolllen I'llrolled ill thpse elasses
I'l'aliz('. ResJlOlIspS for l'ontrihutioll [lJ'C
I-!ratifyillg. 'I'hel'(, will Ill' ,lisplaved a
splell did variety of Christlllas silgges·
tions.
The husiness lIIen of the eOllllllunity
who arc llttending our" Business "'len's
Special 'Gym Class' '-which mepts e,"cry
;\IOJlllar. Wedllesduy and Thursday
e\'l'ning from 5.00 to 6.15-ure v cry.:"
Enlargement of
Presbyterian Church
Nearing Completion
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Tennis Dinner-Dance
Was a Big Success
flll,Jutlillg, or (·Olll'H'. rnllll'll\' Grtl-
's "sJlPtleh lIf .Hl'l;l'ptn 11l'(',;' wh('1l
h,' wa,.; pl'.esplltl'd \\"Ith a sil"l'r ,'III', the
annnal ])Inlll'l··])nll"'· of thp Xarh"rth
'I"'nllis "\ss'J('iat iOIl. last lo'ri <I: 1\' lIi"ht
in Ehn Jlall, was II hig
howlillg, pal'ti"nlal'ly al'tpr '!'hol'\l)"s
ttl\\" ('xt('1I1}HII':llll'OllS J'('1Il:1I'ks!
')'he p:lrly slal'l,'t! ,.;hortl\· aft ('I' ,.;eyell
o'el(wk, wh"11 Chait'lIlall Pattisoll,
oj' th". Entl'l'tailllll('lIt COllllltit t PI'. l'1ap-
p"d hIS halld", and allllonlll'pd that it
would he a er.,·illg shallle, or words to
that dIed, to Il't tIll' hig- ll-shape(1 tahle
!!:roall allY !ollger 1JllllL'r til(' '\"l'i"ht of
all th,' good thillgs that \\"pre
to l'ollsume,].
'J'l1(' illYitat iOIl was promptly n"('epte<l
aud the "l'1ehratioll wa,.; Oil! The
weJ"p illtl' I'I't1}1ted sevt'rul tiIIIL' :-; hy sOllie
stUllts-jllst to hreak tllP IlInllo(oJlY ot
pating-whi"h Bill Hall alld \Vitlter
Sha wall II Ca 1'1 :\let zg-pr all agree i,.; uO
Inollotonj' at all!
Finally eanll' the p1"l'sl'lItatioll of the
prizes WOIl ill thp Hllllllal 'j'nurn:lIJl('Ilt.
'rhi:-; Yl\:ll' the }IrizeH wpre sih'el' ('lipS,
alld to e\"('11 attl'mpt to do more thall
sa," that pal'h allll "'"L'I'Y one of them
a h,'auty woul,1 be ,'prgillg 011 that
tl!tJ1p alld nnue('.',.;sal'\' joh of "il[ling
th(' wplI 1\lIOWIl :L11l1 'fail;ilillr lGv. A
f,'w words, howp\"('I', eon"erniIig: th,'
JlIl'lHhl'I'S to \\"hOIiI thl\ ('ups were gh'cII,
and wh.,· t h"," '\"l'n' a wal'lle,l, \"ill 1I0t
he :un iss.
Xalllrall.,· IlJOSt illtl'rest Cl'lItered
al'o.und thp first Ex-l're"idpnt's CUI',
wh1('h was awardl',1 to the memher
whosp playillg ,Iurillg the past sellson
t hl' g"1't':Itl'st inl}lro\"l'Hll\lIt. TIJis
went to \Va.,·n,' lIal'l'i", whose pla.ving
throu!!:hout the summer has illljll'oYed
steadily alld "ousist('lItly, The other" to
WhOlll l'Up:" WlII'l' g-i\'l'Jl Wl.'rp:
Champiollhip Singles-F. T. Vall
Ankpn; I'unllpr up, A, 'I'. Grng:lII.
ChampioJishijl ])oubll's-:\Iessrs. War·
wi('k and Shuw (a "up 10 l'llch); run-
ners lip, :\Iessrs. Kil'kpatriek alld Sta-
ple,.; (a ('up to eal'h).
Championship COllsolatioll Singll's-
W. D. B. EnlJls.
eha mpiollship Consolat ion Douhlcs-
:\I<',.;sr,.;, Bai!P.,· allll Edg,'rtoll \a ('111' to
eaeh).
Ex-Pl'psi,I,'nt's ('up, for lIn'ntl,,,t Im-
}lI'OVl'II11' llt ill DUl'ing
]!l::!O-WaYlle Harris.
'\lId th,'n thp tahlpR \\"P1'(' I'lpa1'(',1 alld
tl:p ,·]wir,.; pushl',1 ha"k th,'
walls, alld tIl(' on'hl'stm, \\"hi"h had !'n-
lin'lIl',1 thl' ,linnL'I' with it" musi", tllrn-
I'd 10 th,' popnlar .iazz all,1 Bob I'ntli-
sou un,1 .Iilll 1l0nnpll\' alld all the oth,'r
lp;ldillg: ('XPOIIPllts o'r till' jazsit'hol'l';lll
:.\1't prol",pdp,1 to hop, skip, g"lid,' and
"nnlp thp light fnntnsti,· nntil the 01'-
,·llPstra itRI'lt' had to .illnJ]I anL! nlll 1'01'
thp last traill.
., \\'as a pl,'a"alll t illle hilll all?"
onr r"l'Ol'tl'r askpt! ('huirman I'attisoll,
"It was ahso!lltl'1y IIl1allinlous!" re-
plil'd :\1 r. Pat t ..
MR. GRUGAN SHINES AS AFTER·
DINNER SPEAKER - CUPS
AWARDED '1'0 WINNERS IN
1920 TOURNAMENT.
'1'hp of the Rllllday
R"hool port iOIl of th.. i'I'<'shyt,'riall
ehul',·h is 1I0\\, pral'1i,·all.,· "011''111 eI "d.
It al'luall.\' pla,· .. d ill s.. r-:il'(' last
1110l'llillg.
:\[at,'rial "Xp:IIISioll of th .. 8ullt!aY
R" hool at 1<'lId:IIIl'" ill 1'<,,·,'lIt "pa rs Iliad'"
it' foJ' till' Board
to pro\"id.. 11101'(' "I'a"l' for thl' i:iuIIII,,"
R,·hool ,·Iass rOOll1s. III ordpr to ,10
this, it. W:IS ,lL-,·i,I,',1 to "lIlar:.:l' tll<' Pl'pS- '
pllt hulldlllg by ,'oll,.;trul'lilll! all l'xtell-
:-;ion on thl' lIorth side allli' J"l\JlloLl(\ling
thl' hasell\ellt rOOJIIH.
'I'hp Ill'\\' portioll l'xt pntl" to \\"ithin a
s.hort ,Ii,.;t.all"!' of thl' 1I0rth property
1111<', lllld IS Hi fl'!'t hy ::!i fppt ill size.
With thi,.;, all,1 thl' rpllI'J(Il'1pt! illt,'rior,
thl' SUllday S"hool spa,,!, has I"'ell ill-
('l'l':I:-1('<1 ;;) IH')' t:l'tlL Oil till' haSPIIIPllt
1t""l'1 all,1 ;;(1 ]ll'r '·"IIt. 011 the lir,.;t Jloor.
En'ry 1II'("'aut ion \\"as tak!'n ill the
rudioll of thl'ha";!'III!'lIt portillll
to IJISllre absolutely agaillst ,lalllpIlI'SS.
JII fad this spaee 1I0W has all tho ad·
\"alltages of the first 11001' rOOll\s.
'1'0 0.\"1'1'<·01l1l' the usual tlalllplle,.;s pre\"
:lIL'lIt 111 sub-surface rOOI1lS the outside
Ilmillag" was first reyispd. COlleretp
were l'onstruetetl pmcti"all,Y
to the busel1lent 11001' 10Yel, and the
wulls were w:lterproofed iuside llS well
llS on tho outside.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PORTION PLAC-
ED IN SERVICE LAST SUNDAY.
CHURCH AND SUNDAY
SCHOOL GROWING.
Civil Sl'n·icL' examination in :'\arhprth
LOl'al is :\liss Buth
Haws at the post ofli,'[', who will ,.;up-
pl.y all nel'e,.;saI'Y blanks an,1 instruc-
tions.
:\[:", all,1 .John Brooks
the J hanksglYlng" hollllay,.; in .-\tJalllll'
City,
Parcels sent by mail may be marked
"Do not open until Xmas."
]\fail yonI' parcels cadJ'.
The Xarherth Ameri"au Legion Buil,!-
awl Loan iOIl 0IH.'IIS its
olld sprips on nl'l",'nJ!lI'r ith. An appli-
"at ion hlank for slo"k app,'ars on the
la:-.t pagL' of' this i:";SllP of Our TO\\'II.
'I'h(' nll'['ts thl' fir,.;t Tne,.;dav
of p\"l'ry month at 1';lmwoo,1 an,1 E";Sl'X
a \"('nu,''';, from i.:W to !),Oll 1' . .:\L
Thp arti,·lp... \':1 1'1"'I,t 11
(;1'1,.; l"nd,'1' \Vay," whi,·h lIpp,'a('('d in
Ja:--1. \n'('k ':-; W:I:-O "t'rY fa \"orahlv
('(",pi,",',1 b." t1lp 1)('01'1<' of :'\;Irh,'rth, an;1
it, ,",,'['Ins though Xarl,,'rth, as a ullit,
\\"111. stand ha,,!; of the playgTound prop-
n:-;ill(J1I as out linPll.
InfoJ'mation iR tI"siJ'l'<l hy th,' Post-
11I:t:-;t lIl' ('011<·('1'11 i JIg the pJ't,:-:(\ilt re:--i <I('II('P
of Dehora .lohnsOlI, iii years 01,].
Buy Christlllas SealR this year for
all your 'Christmas nlail. Heip stamp
IIUt the \Vhite 1'lagul'. YOUI' ,.;eals
in Xarberth.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
:\[rs. Gertl'lllle Heu<lI'I'son, of :;:11 DIIlI·
lpy HSl'nu<', iH ('lItcrtaillinp: her COl1Sill,
:\Iiss I,fl'.uion, of Pasadena, Cal.,
o\"llr Ihullksgl\"lJlg.
rug, ii.:lxl0.6;
tahle, dotlles
conditioIl. Call
Emmett, POl'est
(7-p)
Two cents per WOrt! It cash accom·
pnnles advertisement; otherwise. live
cents per word.
THE FIRESIDE
Civil Sen'icc examination in Narberth
November 2i. Lam.: sccretaQ' is :Miss
Huth Haws at the post oHice, who wiII
,.;upply all neees,.;ary blanks unu illstruc'
tions.
:\[1'. William Lh"illgstoll, of l'h['stllut
,\ ",'uup. has n'tul'lI"<1 frol1l a lhrel'
w('pks' \'i,.;it in the Southern Statps.
Li \"j Jig-stOll I'PIJortl" hn "iug llxpl'ril\IH'(lll
(·(lid wl'athpJ' :llld a :'l"'('I'(,
storm.
:\[1'. and :\[rs. W. B. lIulnes, :;oli South
Xarhprth a\,['nup, on SllIlllay, X","pmlH'J'
1-1, "plphralt'<! the fiftil'th annin'rsarv
(If their \vl'tldillg 1ly a flitlJl('l'. Tho:.;p
pl'l'spnt \\"1'1'(': TIll' hrid('slnai,l, :\[iss
Jlarril't E. BI'()\\"n, Philadelphia; :\11'.
and :\Irs. P. \V. B. lIulnl's, :\[arion H.
lIumps. \V. B. lIunles, ,11'., :\[1'". Enllna
E. Collins. ))pnnis,"ille, X.•1.; 1·]·
1"11 A. '['aylor, Philallelphia.
:\[1'. lllld ::\[rs.•Iohu B. Brooks attentl-
I'd the w",ltling hl'l'akfast, gin'n for
:\IJ'. and :\[rs.•la11ll's BakpJ' at the Ar-
I'adia, on \Vellnes,lay lIloming.
Xmas panels should IH' maill',l ,'arl)'
111 III wrappetl se,·ur.. I\·, l'an'pls lIlav h..
insun'd up to $,;.00 j'oJ' :;".; $,; to' $::!,J,
5(,.; $2,; to $;;0, }(i('.; $,;0 to $100, 2;; ...
AUlOug tIll' Peuu at the game
\lith t'olumbia at :\,,\\" YOl'k ou Satur-
l\"l'('(' :\lis"ps l1uth Jla,,",.;, :\larian
lIa""s. :\Iarian (;raham, El,'auor \Vil-
son, ,\gnp,.; Hos,'. :\Ir. .Iohn Xash a Ill!
.la,·k \'ri"e, "
FOR SALE-Shakpr slt'am nI1['anizpr,
.dso Edison ',.; lIome Phonograph,
ehl'ap. 126 Conway A\"('nne, Xarh,'rth.
(i -1')
W ANTE])-l\[en to solicit orders for
fruit anLl ornamental trees, roses,
shrubs, etc. Part or full time. Pay
weekly. Quaker Hill Nurseries, New·
ark, New York State. (7-p)
1920
Xarh,'rth has 1IJ:11I.'· thillgs to h,' proud
or, alld 1I0t thl' lL-ast or tlll'se is thpir
\\"illillg alld ej]j"i"lIt \"(Jllilltl','r fire eOJIl"
pally,
Or/('(' agaill tIll' hOJ s al'(' hi',-hl" ,,0111-
1I1('lIdp,! 011 work that ,,"oul,1 a' "rpdit
to, a paill l'ity ,lppartIlH'II1.
Do you IUlow that the :\arhcrth Fin'
Co11 lJHl 11:'-· has a l'l"('Orll of :-ia ,"iulJ' c\"ery
propel't.,· to whil'h they heell
"a lied?
That 110 Ii \'es ha n' heell 10";1. where it
was hUIIJ:lIJl.,' possihle to sa\"e them; to
tIll' limit of hran'ry alld A
lille re,'ord for It fille hOlly 01' me II-vol·
IIl1tpers all-llo aile th('ir
li\"p,.; 11l)[1 elldurill!!: hanlship,.; that our
li prol'erties and belollg"illgs might
he san',1 from the ravages of fire.
the twelfth, \\"as a "old tlay
allll liremen hilll to 1)(' n'al "smoke cat-
PI'S" to sa\"e the Ellis hou,.;e, hut it was
dOlle.
An' yOIl 1I0t proud to 1w at !L'ast a
I'olltrihutillg Illemlwr of our fire "om-

The thn'e tlollars allllual dues is 1I0t
hy Illeall" a har,lshil', alld theil,
ton, our fire prntedioll re,III,'es your eost
of lire illsuralll'e ahout twenty per
Below a 1l'ttL'r from :\[1'. Ellis:
?\arherth, Pa., XO\". 16,
:\[1'. Chas. Y. ?\oel,
Chief, Xarherth Fire Company,
Xarlwrth, Penna.
Dl'ar Sir:
Euelosetl please fiud report to the
State I"irp :\[arshal filiI' [I out to the
he"t of my iUIlI I agaiu ,,'aut
to thank allll your for the
\\"ouIIL'rflll work you tlitl in puttillg out
th,' fire at IllV r('si[h'II('e.
I also wHl;t to tL'II you that tIll' ad-
justL'r for the Contriinltiollship IlIsur·
nll,'e Compfluy was thpre today, autl 1I0t
"ol1lplimcnted your compally ou tl\('
,,"ork they did at thi,.; fin'. hut s:\id that
he was aiways yery I-!Iatl he Iwartl
that .,·our ('olllpally was pn'spllt nt
lin' that ha,1 anything to [10 with.
\Sigllp,l) DA \"In :\L ELLIS.
Japanese Day at the
Community Club
ELLIS RESIDENCE ON MONTGOM-
ERY AVENUE SAVED BY
PROMPT ACTION AND
HEROIC WORK.
Narberth Volunteers
Save Valuable
Property From Fire
(Continued on Page 3.)
_\t th,' ('Iuh Oil TlIl'sdav
thn'p spL'akers, all with IIlo;t
lilt "1'''''1 IlIg snhj"et s. :\1 iss KIIOX, oj'
thL' \','ar East Helil'f rl'1at,',1
IIt'l" Yl'ry !'Llt'l'nt PXIH.'l'iplIl·PS ill ..:\1'-
1Ill'llia. 'I'hp ,'xtl'l'llIity or th,' hUllg,'r of
th\'H' I'pop!p Ill'ing' that- Ilothing l'an
ta)(p thL'ir ofl' the groulI,1 le,.;t the"
lIIi"" a graill of foo,!. :\[rs, n. F, Wo,)(i.
C!lail'lnall of LitL'l':Itllre, gaH' a hook re-
,'Il'\\" (III .lt1fl'n'y }'aruol's "Giftt' I) l11<l'
.lo('plYIl" :lllll "B]:ll·k Bart h'lll\" 's TreHs-
Ill'l'," The (·harat·tl'l' of lIo\"t'ls
WHz.; Pl't'Sl'lIh'd ill :l vel'\' ('h'HI' Hnt!
,.;tl'lll'tin' Ulall))['r. :\Irs. \Vilhnl' F.lIam·
iltoll. of' t',\"I1")'d, who sl'0ke Oil the
Inautll'l':"' :Iud {'t1:-;tOIlIH of thL' .Ja}laIlC':"t.'
ppllplt' of h:,,1 UlaH\' 1I0"l'1 eUJ'ios
fJ'olll hpI: trip through ,J:Il;au. 'l'hl' <lolls
\\"{'I'e UJllque. the utiniatur(' ivorv
wen' :llltl
lIlany IIthl'r 1"1'('l'S "IJ:lJ'al'll'J'isti .. of ,Iap-
a npsp I"'III'It'.
:\lJ'R. E. C. Batf'hl'lor. PI'l'Si<lpHt of the
Cluh, oJH'JJpd the lllt't't illg h.y I'eacling a
pl':l,'.('J' IlIllllp hy \\'il1iaul I'l'nn for the
of Philadelphia in I(iS·I, ill"] whi"h
I"; III1W tahnlat",[ lin ;,ronzp in thl' uorth
"ol'l'idoJ' of Hall. 'I'hl' mus;,' was
al'pJ'opriatl' to thl' :\[rs, ,\. B,
The First Investors' Meeting
of the
Narberth Playground Association
(Incorporated)
WILL 'BE HELD AT
ELM HALL
Tuesday Evening, November 30,
8.15 P. M.
Make Sure To Be On Hand !
MEMBERS ASKED TO REPORT
NEXT SATURDAY, DECEMBER
4, AT NEW COURTS-BRING
SHOVELS. RAKES, ETC.
(Continued on Page 3.)
in 1hp I'ln,l'gl'll\l II ,1 l'ro.ip,·t
apa('1' and it "ollli,lent Iy px-
pl'('\pd that th(' fnll amollnt !'t'quirpd
will he Iwforl' thp
llll·(\tiug J1('xt p\'PlIing, :\0-
yplnlwr :W. 1!1::!1I. at EIIJI HaIl, whpn thp
('onllllitt,,(, ,dll 1'('1'0l't and thp
A"o"int ion fOl'1u,'d ill ]wl'mallpnt
JOIl. A g'('U{II'OllS mortgage (,:lU, of
('OUI''1', Ill' h:lll on th(' I'r0l'prt,\', hut tIll'
Borough aI'<' not to aUow
l'ath('1' fl'atun' to oe-
eur, it poillt!',1 Ollt that ,.;u"h all
al'rangl'llll'nt woul,1 nol pa r li"ular
trihllte to Xal'lll'l'th's "h"i" pl'i,I<' 01' ('a-
paeity. :1I1l1 it ,\oul,1 ,h'l'l'i\"(, th(' enter·
of that highl,\' "on"ert,'d
whidl is warl':lIJtetl thp fine impl'on'-
nH'nt ('ont('nlplat('tl. 11' this of
the matter the attention
of any of our it suggestl'l!
that thpil' sense of thl' fit-
of things to all the eil'l'unl,.;tanc,·s,
Hn,1 th,'y will ,.;oon ,1e,'itl(' that thl' ,,0'
opl'ratio'n j,.; in dil'e!'t ratio to
the hendits to he h(',.;to",etl, an,1 onec
that fad rlearlv nntl fairl\' (',.;tah-
lisll('tl, goo,] Amcri"an men,'
seorllful of Iwing hell'('tl where
ran help thpm,.;el\'('s, will fOl'th",ith
s('ampel' in with their in
$100 Jl1ultiples, with a $1,OO() maximlllll.
Olllv a f('w morp thousaud tl olla1''';
nee,1 'to 1)(' seeul'ed to mal{(' the full
amount requirptl, to ellahle the grollutl
to 1)(' taken 0\"('1' for spot ,'a,.;h, in ,,"hil'h
eyellt the I)('st low-tlown pl'iee will nat-
he ,.;ecul'p,l, l\lld \\"ith I'('sl)('d to
the tli""ussiou whieh has ohtainetl re-
"artlin" the pl'iee of the plot t hp Bor-
(';n h(' assure'] that men: not ho.v".
will hc "pnt to marl,,'t wh('n this illl-
portant pha,.;e of tIll' Illattpr ('onll'S to h,'
settletl, an,1 t hpn' ean he fuJI "onfi,I<'n,'e
that the figure e\"('ntually I'aid will rep-
re;;ent rock-hottom and wiIl indicate
thaT plpment whil'h ('old,1 propcrl,\'
he utilized to ?\arberth ',.; a<lYalltage was
employ('<! ill the tnulL', Therd'ore, have
110 mhgidllgs a bOllt a hot "h joh, hut
put your up on the assumllee
that the sl'"uritv for it will always he
worth more thail pal', as a privatI: yell-
tu)"(' woul,1 han' to marl'
for th(' lall<l thall the "\,.;so-
eiatioll ,'xlwels to pay,
111 11l0re than UII(' (':l:"'(', of
$1.000 havp heplI mal!L' to thl' pro.ip,·t,
as all outright gift. hut fill(' as this
spirit is, it I'olllli .. ts with the purpose of
the ('uteI'IH·i:--e. ill llllleh th(1 sallll' JllaJlll('r
thnt a lueagl"fl l'l'pn':-il' lltatioJl of (,itizPJls
W<>llltl (kpri ,'p th(' pro,i,'eI of its most
,,"holl'Hllue aSIH'l'I. :lllll thl'l'pforp a
earll,'sl rP'Iu"st is madl' for 1Il1itp(1 all,1
1I11a 1l i IllOl1:-O Sllpport. h.\" ill \"(·:-;t HHlllt s for
from 011(' to tell shan's at :\'11111 I'al'h,
BeffH'p tlH.' fil':-;t illYt.' :-itors' Ilj(l('tilig' (Ill
u('xt (,\"llIJing pro('(-'l'lls to hl1:-i-
]II'SS, a "all "'ill 1w madl' for llllditiollal
suh,,;,'ril'tioll";. to :dl'ol'll all ['itizl'lIs all
opportullity to parli,·ip:l!p ill th" '""11-
ture frolll its \"l'r,Y hpgillnillg, with all
the al't'ruing' to "fOlllltl(']'s."
and it i" a",'ol'llillgly ,'xl"'elpd that th..
roll "all will ill,lil'at .. '1111'''-
tioll that Xal'!ll'l'th is ill,h, .. tl ill the Y:IlI-
guard of s'lua\'(' allll fair "id,' ['IIllL-a,'or.
Tennis Association
Calls for Volunteers
FOUNDERS' MEE'l'ING TO BE HELD
NEXT TUESDAY EVENING.
AMOUNT NEARLY SUBSCRIBED.
1111'1111",1' of th" Xat'lwrth '1\'11-
A,.;so";atioll--all,1 this illl'lu,lps .Iim
:\[,·I\:plJ-al'(· ill,'itpII, IIrg,"1, rl''1ueste,1
Fine Progress on
Playground Plan
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I
NARBERTH, PA.-OUR TOWN
Investments at Interest, $100 to $1000
r
Of course, ".
deliver - aUJ
place-aDJ
time.
.._ .
Company Trust
Narberth 302-J or 661·J
and
FALL SUIT
Wisdom
Company
Street, Norristown, Pa.
PHONES
Market 4686
OF ARDMORE, PA.
Title

IS
HOWARD'S
YOUR
Norri.town 791
It
Asbestos Insulating
315 W. MElin
Estimates submitted on covering Boilers, Pip-
ing, etc. All kinds of covering for all purposes
TOE LOWER MERION TAILOR COMPANY
102 Forrest Avenue, Narberth, Pa.
Open Evenings Until 9 O'clock
will be worth a while investment if ordered to measure
here. You will get
I. Artistic Hand Tailoring
2. Splendid and accurate lit
3. Authentic and Smart Styles
4. Quality Trimmings
5. Exclusive 100% all pure Wool Fabrics
Come in, m:ike your selection for a new Suit or Overcoat
from the grand assortment of over 500 styles on display.
French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing, Scouring, Pressing,
Repairing. Work Guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Telephone us, Narberth 1749 R, and our automobile
will call at your home for your clothes.
to live within one's income always rather than some day to
have to live without it. Saving something regularly, no
matter how little, is the surest way.
The Misses Zentmayer's
KINDERGARTEN
Will Reopen September 15, 1920
125 WINDSOR AVENUE
ROBERT J. NASH
. . REALTOR ..
Specializing in
The Brightest Spot in Narberth
A Drug Store in the Most Modern Sense of the Term
Narberth Office • • Opposite Station
NARBERTH REAL ESTATE
BUYING
SELLING
RENTING
Savings deposited here are investments as well, for
deposits earn 3% interest compounded. Begin the upbuilding
of your income protection fund, by opening an account with us.
The Merion
Mortgages-Fire Insurance
1001 Che.tnut Sheet, Phil.. 104 Grayling Avenue, Narberth
Walnut 4443 • Race 1580 Narberth 605
Member, Philadelphia Real Elltote Board
Telephones,
1267
1268
LEE'S GARAGE
Cleveland and Ford Sales and Service. Quick deliveries on
all cars. All kinds of Auto Repairing
Work Guaranteed Oils, Gas, Supplies
Narberth 1605 L. C. SHAHA.N, Prop.
011 'I'hllrsda,\'. :'\"\'(,1lI1,cr at.
Ids hOHlt', CIll'stJlut a \"(,HUt\.
1'IIl'llllll'llia \\'a" Ih,' dired ('anse
"I' ;\11', Y"sl 's ,1<'alll. dC\'l'loped
frolll a ,'old ,'ollfl':Il'!e,1 ahout 1.\\'0
Wl'l'}(:-; ng-n.
;\11', Y",l' for th(' jla"t fift('l'n
\'l'ars a ""\\'1'1',',1 Ill .. hl'11 of t.he
\"1'1<"1'111 Fire as a
,ll'i\','r alld ll"S!'lIlall. His los" ",ill
Ill' <1""1'1,\' I'l'l':n't I (',I his fel·
I,,\\, (in'II">!1 alld llta II \- fl'il.'lId" in
:'\:II'herl h. •
'I'hl' flll"'l'al "I')'\'i,,(,s anl! illter-
1I11'IIt \\'ill Ill' pl'i\'lltl',
],,:1\' I':tll II t :!O!l ('h,'stllllt a H'lIne
ll'ri'day t'vL'uill;! at'tpl' 7.
OBITUARY,
Hed Cross, which holds Il place 110 other
agclIl')' could possibly fill.-Philadelphia
]lIljlliI'CI", e,litorilll.
Whl'u I. first read the ahove article
hloo,l IJOilcd. Tal' alld feathcrs was
tbe 1irst thill!! J thought of to lIIake
him a bird of allot her color.
'\\Theil 1 stoo,1 at the foot. of the
gnl\'es of' two H,'(I Cro"s lIurses, killed
hy a bomh ,hopped 011 a hospital, Ilnd
r,':tlized that th('," \\'ere surl'ollJlded by
the mell for whosl' liI"es the\' riskc,1
tltl'jr OWIl 11111] sal'rifieed so 1 felt
mol'l' thall "OII1I"'lIsate,1 for the little
hit J was ahlt
1
to (10 ill lilt.. great cl'isi:1
of the World "'ar.
1 \\'i"hpd th(,11 that thc 1I10thel's of
those boys 1'0ul,l thl'ough my (',vcs
\\'hat I Thcl'e lil,e two gUlll'diall
IIngels WI'I'" tho"p two eXlIllI!,ll's of the
highl'st type 01' \\'olll:\nho()(l-" AllIeri-
!'lIn He,1 CI'OSS XUl'scs."
'1'he \\'ol'k ,10111' bv the Hed Cross
Cltapt('1' ill :\111'111'1'1 It 'has nJa,le an illl-
pJ'('ssioll npon th,' h"lIl'ts of tit" Hlen
allll ],0"" \\'ho \\'(,lIt Ollt fl'om :'\ul'herth
thllt stllu,ls out lil;1' a "heacon light"
to g'lIal'd liS t'hrough 1111 the stOl'llIS of
lif",
\\'1' 1111\'1' 1I0t had all opportllllity to
slto\\' our apl'l'e,'ialion, all,lne\'('1' will to
tl,,' gl'l'atp"t 1111'11""1'('. !>ut it is hoped
that tlll' plans 111111,,1' pl'ogl'e"s ",ill at
II':tst sho\\, 0111' 10v:1I1\' alll! 10\'" fol'
Ihis gn'at orglluization:
CHARLES EDWARD YOST.
SCOUT NEWS.
In at the Start!
,\ t la"t \r-ll Ill( \'c a hOllle 01' 0111' 0\\'11
IIl1d Olle that \\'c arc all IHOIl(l of'.
Our organization ,,'as forllled
fh'p rears :I,:.!O and during thnt 1ime we
hll\'(' 111'\'('1' h:1I1 a lH'l'lIulIIelll pla"1' to
llllll't", that j:o:, Olle that \\'t' ,,"PI't' SU)'(l or.
\Ve tllke thi" ol'l'0l'tullit,\' of thallk,
illg thl' )'. ;\1. C..\, all,l EIIII lIall fol'
nl1o\\'illg' lIS to u:-<e th0ir l'()()lH:-; ill the
I'IISt. 1I1111 a"sul''' Ih"nl that it I''''IS vel',\'
1lI1l,,1t apl'n,,'illtl"l. for. if it Itad Ilot
1ll'l'u 101' thplIl, the :'\arlll'I'th '1'1'00]1
\\"olJld not he in pxi,tenl'l' to,la\'.
0111' :-;,'out I'",.ei\'pd' II ,'hel'k
1'01' '1'1;';11,110 \\'ith th,' I'o]]o\\,illg 11011':
"EII,",os(',l plellse fiud ,·h",'k for
fl,ill,lIl1. whi"h will "0\,('1' SIX Illl)lItll,,'
)'('111 01' thl' '1ual't,'rs Ita\'(' :II'quil'(',I,
10g,'lltl'l' \\'ilh an IIdditiolllll :1'::11,1111 fol'
flll'lIishill;.!:"", wlJi,'h will ('x-
I"'lld a" yOIl \\'ill. Should the' sllb.ipl'l
,;1' this "'HII"'ratioll ",1111,' II]' at 1111.
1'11':1-" ,a ,I" thllt :'\al'bl'l'lh "itizpn" ,,'ho
:Il'l\ i1l1l'J'(\st{\(1 ill :1{'l!ip\'irq.!,· :-,lll'{'l\:-:S 1'01'
tl", Bo\' :-;,'Ollt 1lI0\'ellll'lIt h:,,'l.' 1('lIt a
h:IIHl il'l th{\ JIl'l'l's:-<ar,'· to
1'"li,'\'" 1'1"''''111' a 1111 lhat
,\·Oll dl) lHd f('l'l ]lri"i1q!,"l'd to lllC'lIt ion
thl' ll:lIlIl'S. :1:-: ,'"Otl :ll'P illllll'P:"::-:l\d
would b,' b,'tt,'1' ph'a"",1 if di,l 1I0t
do
:'\0 \\'01',1" ,'all Ie]] ho\\' the :\lIl'b('rlh
:-;"'"I1s al'p!'l'"ial(',l thi, illll'rl,,,t ill tli,'il'
bl'halt' alld \\ill "ho\\' tlteir appl'<'!'ia-
tioll putting :'\a1'bl'rtlt Oil th,' HIliI'
III Ilip :'IllIill Lilli' Ili\'i"ioll of thc
:-','outs of AlIIl'l'["a.
.\uoth,'1' illstalJ('" of illt,'rl'sl sho\\'11
1)\' II "itiz"11 of :'\al'b"l'th i" that \\'1'
It;"", ol'd"I','d -111 folilillg "I,ail's 1'01' 0111'
qU:ll'fl'r:-:, whith (':ttllt'l to :-t;:L""On. 'ro ollr
'1II'I'l'i,,', \\'" I'",'"i\'('d II "hI"']; 1'01' :1',1O.0il
10 "0\"'1' Sllnll' I'l'oln a :'\ar1)(,l'th I'itizl.'u
wlto ha" :11\\':I\'s h,'''" illtl'l','stl'd iu the
:-;t'Oll1 1l10,'('1l1'l\llt :Iud 1·\'l'I'" .. clsl\
thai ha" 11l'plI a "!'l',lit to our to\\,II.
\\'" also tal;,' this 01' th:1II1;,
l,illl 1'01' hi" illtl'l'p,t ill 0111' l,,'halt'
IIl1d IIlso II"SUI'<' Ilinl that \\'" will shm\'
0111' aPI'l'l'"illtiou 1I1:11dllg' tli" :'\ar-
1"'l'tlt '1'1'001' II ,')'(',lil to thl' "OlllIlIUllit,\',
A :'\AHHEH'l'H
'nll'J'l' ha"l' bt'l'lI ahusl1S ill the :-;trcet
,di,'ilatioll 01' fllll,ls for wor];" 01' I'lmr-
it,\', 110 rlollht, al,,1 other IIletho,l" of
olltnillillg tl1l'l11 an' pl'l'fl'l'ablt
1
011 gpu-
"1':11 I'l'ill,'ipl"s, Hut wl"'11 1111', HiI'll S.
('ll!or,l'olllllti:-;:-.iolll'l' of ('lInl'ii ip:-! in Xl'\\'
York, 1'l,1'l,I' .... to tlio:""p who :lI'C 1'1lg'age11
ill t1l(' work uf Ill'''· lI!PIIJlIl'l'S
I'ol' 111(' Hl'tf ('1'o:-:s
hi' g'O(':' 1Il',,'ol\(l tIll' 11I:I1'1\:.
IIi" argllll"'111 is ll1at th,'S(' I'ri,'ale
,'h:ll'ili"s illll'l'l"'I'I' wilh the ,'ll'Ol'ts 01'
1'"I']i,' oili,'iab. ]I; is 1I0t a
arglllll,,"t, ka,1 of all a" apl'li,',l to lhe
AN UNDESERVED SLUR ON THE
RED CROSS,
Money to b. r.'urned in a .hort tim.
It's Better to Be
First Investors' Meeting
ELM HALL
Tuesday, November 30, 1920
B.US P. M.
C. C. S.
If you have not already indica1 ed that you desire to
be one of the founders of the Narberth Playground
Association, the opportunity will be afforded you at the
into the ueep urif'ts to fi\'oid all ap'
proachillg autonlOhile that could not
tUl'll frolll its nano\\' path.
As lin illstan"e, on :'\al'hel'th Avenue,
hct\l'cl'lI 11a\'erfol'd A ""II Ill' alld .l\Iont-
g"lll('ry "\,'ellllc, fe\\' paths, if lIny, were
J're!'d from SIlO\\" all,l ill many instllllccS
"01,1 Sol" til 1"11 e,l th" SIIOW into WIL-
l CI', making' t h!' \'eritahle
"rc!'ks during the ,lay III1U, when fl'Oz-
l'lI, skating rinl;s lit lIight.
E,'idelltly thc Borollgh Coull('il has
eithcl' 1101' passed lin ordillallce eOIll-
pl'lIing :'\arherth r('sidcllts to keep their
sidl'wlll1<s fn'e frOl1l SIIO\\' anll iee, 1111-
d,'r the I"'lIall,\' of II filll', 01' the orJi·
111111('(' is hut. II "SCl'llp of paper" not
\\'Ol't h,\" of ellf'oreclll""t.
I Ii". illll"I',I, 1I0t ,jp"irahlc to rl'rnll
S1ll'h ullpll'a"allt. 1lI1'1I10rics at this t.illle,
wl"'11 t h,' snlllllll']' has ",'lIn',ely ,'ast. ofr
ils 1'01",,,, hnt. if 1111 ordillllnce hilS not
1""'11 1111""",1, it ",oul,l he \\'ell lit this
tilll(' for th'l BOl'ollgh COIIIIl'il to talw
d.. fillit!' lIl'lioll, thus hl'lpillg to [;cep its
0\\'11 f'1',,1 dlT dUl'ill'" the ,',olllill" willter,
alld 10 1;I' ..i, :'\lIrh7.l'lh thl'
hl'ighll'''l IIl1d l)('st Borough all the :Main
Lille.
Tit!' "Puhlie Ledg"I'" aPl'al'elltly 11:1(1
th!' :'\lIrhl'rlh 1'1llygl'ouII(1 ill llIilld whell
it puhli"hl'd the fullowing editorial 011
Tucsdlly, :'\o\'ellll)('1' :!:lnl, J!I:!U:
Your Home TOWIl.
"Thel'e i" sOlllething the llIatlpl' with
the Illall who ,Ioe,"'t eal'l' for tile place I
hc lin's ill; who dOl'''II't ('OllIe hal'k t.o
it \\'ith S'JlIIl.' of' I'lIptlll'<' alld I'C' ,
li!'f. '1'he '(,(!I'ld ,'iliz"11 who hOllsls Ihat
alll'l:il'es arc alil,1' 10 lIilll alld 1111)' plal'e
is hOIllll wlll'l'l' Ill' 11:llIg:-; lIi:-: hat JlJi:-;Sl'S
out of hi" lil'l' 0111' of thl' iiI'S\. all,l
:--t I'OIlg"l':,t i IItl'II1 i "('S to alld
dul\"-whi,'11 ;" tli,' d,',in' to ",in
I'stl'('11l :llId good opilJioll of the
t'Olllllll1llitv ill wili(,1J lllll' t1wplb. Thl'l'C
is 110 ill III II lit','· whit'h l'ulIlpHres
ill vallie wilh til" tl','a","'" of a
g'o,,,1 n'pllt", II' a 111:111 ,'hl'at, IIl1d lies
alld steals alld hl'al'" I'ab,' ",it II"';';. he
III:I,\" hllild III' a gl'<'al I'ortllll" alld still
I", pla,,,'II'd at lIig'lil with th" kllow],'dg')
thaI Iho",' :d,olll him 1I0id a 10\\' Opillioll
of hi" "ol'lb and work,. PI'. Eliot, of
1I:1l'\'al'd. ]l:iS told It,; tli"t it is th,' fa-
"O]':dJll' of :l 11I:I1I"'S h(JlIIP town
111:lt is ""lJl'lh l':Irllillg nlld J'{'taillillg",
Olll' (If thl' lll'ig'ltlIHl':' Illig-hI he \\"I'Ollg;
I,nt if 11''' I:d;(' tli,' Sllllllll:ltioll of I'"liat
IIlall,v :In' ;-;ayillg, ,\"(' shall ar-
I'i\'" :11 a .ill,t I'st ilual".
":'Iln,'I,\' to li\,' ill a pla('(, d"p,n't
III:1k" "Ill' a ,'i1 iZl'II, Y"1I1' h":11'1 will I,,,
\\line y""1' II'OJ'!; hilS 1""'11 1'111 ill 10 11l'11'
fnr,,":trd :illy gllod tiling 111:11 is goillg'.
Of "OIlI'SI', olle IIIIISI Ill' tnll' t" the illl'
III,'di:I1,' f:lIl1il\" "il'l']P alld I"ok 1\'(,11 to
t h t' roof( n"l a'lI d I hl' dool'\'a 1',1 of Oil" 's
0\\'11 h,'w-,'h"ld lil'sl 01' all: Ilul that ill'
tilllat" illlloo!' d,'\'otioll, "OIlIIlIl'lIdahle
:IS it i:"", 1I1:IY 1Il'('(l1II(' :I :""l'1I1 illll'lIt
that tal;es JlO t for tho'" 111"11"
un'S "I' pUblic welfare ill w!lose benefits
we all share. Fault -lilld,'r, arc II II III],el'-
who :-;lHlld l'l':ld" wilh hal'sll
alld Sll:tl' .illdgllll'II1'III"'" II'hal t h" toil-
art' ,loillg-. Till' tllill'l':- :1J'l' tfln hu=-,,'·
doillg th,' 1I',,!'k "I' th,' falllt,tilld"I''', all,l
IIII'.'" ":IIIII"t st"p to "Xplllill, \\'hllt
1'\-t'I','" 1'1:llItntioll IIi' hlllll:lll hpillg::-< is ill
IIPt'd of. jl' it i:- to lI11\l rb!l 1 is a group
of 111('11 S11l,h :1:-< (til gi\'l' hut "liP :-.liill-
illg' pXlllllpl,') lit" 1"11' .\I1>l'rl I':, '1'111'11-
"I'. who 10\"" otl,,'l's 1",111'1' thall
lo\'(' tI,,,il' 0\\'11 ,'asl' alld 'Illi"t alld
ill :'elfll.':-:s l'lllka\'ol'. .:'\0
111:111 g"l'!S tltl' Ilallll' of t,j\"il' patriot hy
clllillg" fill' hilllsl'lt'. lIe
11111'1 H'I'\(' tl", 1'"ldi,' illll'l','si alld tlle
gt'III'I':11 lIot oWIi 1'o('I\(,t; while
till' 1'1l11g"t' of lIi:-; ma,'· l',o\'er the
\\'hole world. il ,itolllrl, ill the homely
!J1II'H.-':l;" i I'll lilt' hOlllt' t 1I roost' ill his own
'1 () \\ II,
,\IIr1 :'\:ll'l>nth i, your OWII HOllle
TtI\\" II,
l'hulIl' !'tnrherth :tU n.
EMERGENCY PHONE CALLS
Fire, 350
Police, 1250
A Guaranteed Investment
Lifi' hlfo:t11'HUf't\ is Ollt' of t Ill'
or lU\"('RtUH'IIt. hpc'ltlll-lP It nftpl' 0111'
:111 g'lll1l'l1llh'(1 of n tlI\1l'1l
]:u'g'l'l' SUJIl thUll flip tlt'Jlo:o:Il, -
FREDERIC A. LANAHAN
Editorial
MAIZIE J. SIMPSON,
Cashier,
Send all advertising and news items to
P. O. Box 966.
Our Town is on sale at the depot
newsstand, and at the store of H. E,
Davis,
Entered as seeond·class matt.:lr
October 15, 1914, at the Post Office r.t
Narberth, Pennsylvania, under the act
of March, 1879.
WET FEET TIDS WINTER? NO!
HARRY A, JACOBS,
Editor.
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SAT., NOVEMBER 27, 1920
To th(' Eilittll' of 0111' '!'O\\'II:-
Til"",' hl,'ak :'\tl\'plld",1' da\'''' I\"ith all
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filld l'l,,':ililltl\\' 11:11111''' "tl\'''I'<'11 :\\arl"'l'th
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<'d ttl thp dl'ligllt 01' Ihp 1;;,1" \\'ith thpil'
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011 tl,,' la\\'II, alld ill thp "11"'1'1,, '!'l':Itli"
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WHY for flllt' to U'l,j '
it di,l 1101 I:il;p'ltlllg, hO\\'I'\'pl'. for thl'
l':Iiho:ld ,'olli/'ally 10' rid ii, tl'a"ks of
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th(' 1'tl:IIII\"I"'S to alltolllohih'" allil tl'alllS,
hilt ill fe\\.' ill,lall""s, :111.1 tlll'lI lIOt 1111-
til a fl'\\' \\I'I'1<s af'tpl' th(' Sllll\\' f'1'1I, di,1
the }<wal l'PlllOve :IS 111111'h HS :t
sho"1'1 fllll of SilO\\, fl'lIlll the' "(,llIl'lIt
paths thllt :11101'11 111l' fl'ollts of' tll(,il'
prolwl'ties. 'I'hl'ollg'holll t h!' Ii ,,!'101Ig'
wintl'r ])(',l('sll'illlls nS('11 thc str!'l'ts, "011-
tilluing' to \\':111;. hlllt' ,'Iilub, lind f'lIn
OFFICERS OF THE NARBERTH
CIVIC ASSOCIATION
March 26, 1920.
President, Hobert J. Edgar.
Vice-President, Joscph H, Nash.
Vicc-President, Augustus J. Loos.
Vice·President, :Mrs. C, P. Fowler.
'l'rensllrer, 1IIaizie .J, Simpson.
Secretary, Miss Huth E. Prescott.
Directors 1923, Mrs. A. B, Ross, Mrs.
D. D. Stickney, J. Garfield Atherholt,
1. A. l\Iiller, C, Lawrence Warwic]t, A.
E. Wohlert; Directors 192£, J. J. Co.'
brey, Walter A. Fox, II, R. Hillegas,
Charles H. A, Chaill, W, R. D. Hull,
Harrv A.•Jacobs; Directors 1921, F. A,
Lana'han, Daniel Leitch, George T.
Knutzell, J. B. Kesper, Fletcher \V.
Stites.
A. J. Loos, Henry Rose,
Editors.
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NARBERTH GARAGE
Raymond Weils. Proprietor
GASOLINE, OIL, SUPPLIES
EXPERT REPAIRING
"Behold My Wife"
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Busi lIess ?lIen .
Bronsoll .
All Stars .
lIig'hlan'l Park .
:'I[erion T. & '[' .
"I wOlldtll' 110\\" ] ('an n(lt a
f!I:!I diary?" said oIll' IIlclIlhl'r the
:\ariIcrth 'Tellnis _\ssoeialion to anoth,
er Illclll1>cr or the sallie org'allization, the
other 1l10l'JliJl,!.!'. while the t\\"o were
st:llllling' oil lIi e station platfol'lll wait-
i1Ig' for the S.18.
"\"hat's the lIlath'r ,\'ith I!J:!O;
''au 'n' st iII t han a lIlouth of
'this war !I,j't? W]1\' hun'\' into Ill'xt
\'PHr?" the lllcl;lhcr.
, t, \rell, you Sl'e it's this '\'It.'','' said
t hl..' fir:-;t 111(1111 bel". "The TCIlnis
eiatioll going to g'iyc its Il<'xt l,l:lllee
-tlie JIlid\\'intl'r ,lallee I bclie,'e thcy
eall it-Oil Prida.'· e,'euiug', ,Jauuary I-I,
nnll J. ",aut to 'jot .lowu that tlate, SO
that I will lie ;UI'C au,l 1I0t iunke auY
nth,'!' fur that evclIing. '1
dOIl't wallt to wiss auv of the 'l'Plluis
llanecs, all,l ,0 I tab' ;10 ('haul'ps. I'll
"'I't' that 1!):!1 ,lian' as soon as I gct
iu to\\'1I alld IIW]W first eng'ag'elllent
for ih" lit'\\" ])atH'(', Priday
e"Plling' .•TaulIaJ'.'·].1. That's a pl'ctt.,'
g'ollil ,ray to stnrt 1021. I'll say."
(Continued from Page 1)
and commanded to appear on the new
courts next Saturday afternoon, Decem-
uer 4, anued to the teeth with rakes,
spades, coal shovcls and \\'heel uarrows,
to assist Chairman Hall, of the Board
of Trustees, and the other Trustel's, ill '
sp1'eadiug six ur seven car loads of
clllders u\'e1' the new courts.
Old clothcs-that is, the oldest old
clothes, allli particularly old shoes-will
IJe the regllblion costullie. Evcr.ybody
is request cd tu be at the courts, at ll:lv-
cr1'ol'll aUl! Avenues as
suon after one 0 'clock as pussible.
'rhe high cust of uuilding applies to
tcnuis courb just as it docs to any
01 hcr kiul! of cunstructiuu \\'ork, aul! if
c"cry lllelllber of thc Associatiun \\'ill
report for duty at the new couris next
aJ'tenlUon, Dcccmber -J, :tnl!
lend a \\'illiug haud, the Association
\\' ill sa ,'e a lot uf muuey-and don't for-
get, Illelllbcrs, lhat e"ery penny thus
sa"ed is a penny saH'd iu your o\\'n
pockct.
::-Jome .,'cars ago the of
souri dccideli to rebuild its old roads
alld construd a lot of lie\\, road,ray.
'!'IIe (ion'rllor i"sued a call for citizen
,'olunll,.'rs, alld set a good exalllplc by
hciug' tlie Jirsl to oJfel' his sen'ices. ,For
111'1' da "S t IIosc
of th";Il-donllcd ovcr:tlb alld swnllg
!'i .. ks alld sho"els, aud surprised 1I0t
only the rest of thc cIHllItry, but them-
S1'!VPS as \\'cll by doiug as big and Jiue
a lIie,,·c ur l'uHd-huildlJlg wurk ati 11:.,::;
("'cr iIeen dOlle ally,rhl'rc siuce the \\'cll-
1010\\'11 .\pl'iall \ray \\'as pUl on the
lila1"
:-:)0 l't..'lltl' lllber, tPJlllb 1Ill'lllhel':-i, next
ancruoolI, j)., .. elllber 4, you
a rc urged to rl'port. at t hc lIC\\, cuurts
at lIaH,rfol'd an,l :,[olltg'oJllery A,'eulw;,
as after o\'!oek as
\\'car ."our ol.l cloth.,s, espeeially old
aJld hring' a :-'jlatlc or a
"oal shoH'1 ur a rakp, or all thre('-
alld a \\'hcd harro\\' if YOU ha,'e oue,
alld !I'nd a halld iu sl're;ldillg the "in-
d,'rs f'or the foulldal ion of the lIew
courts.
TENNIS MEMBERS, MAKE A NOTE
OF THIS DATE, FRIDAY,
JANUARY 14.
they get in this class. Only those who
try it can apprcciate tho value derived.
Our Comet basketball team is show-
ing SOIllC good playing, meeting fast
tcams. '['hose who cnjoy t.his gallle will,
no doubt, enjoy dropping around somc
'l'hursday and Saturday evening to se"
a g'aIII C. On Saturday evening, Novem·
hcr 2itJI, they will play on our home
floor the N01'l'isto\\'n Hi-Y team.
Our Commercial Bowling League
teams arc rolling away with the usual
amount of enthusiasm, and with little
change in the position of team stand·
ing.
Tcam standing to dat.e:
Tennis Association
Calls for Volnnteers
ARDMORE Y. M. C. A. NEWS.
(Continued from Page 1.)
llll\l'h pl,'asl',l \\'ith J'l'sllits "0 far. A
liltl., Illor" tillll' \\'ill ]1l'o"e to thclll. he-
vOllil a sha,]o", of a tlollht, thc tll'finito
of :--.u(,h 1"('en'atiol1al C'xl'l'ei:-'l's as
UO'S aceompan ic,l :'II r,; .•Joseph Barelay,
who }'('ndcl'l'<l a .Japalll'"e folk song en-
titled, "'rhe COlllltitlg ::;ong."
\\'ords \\,crc tr:\Ilslatcd and the nlUS1C
nlO,h'l'nized froll\ t hc original vcrsion
hy Koscak Y:llna.la. "Thrce I.ittle
:'Iiaids l<']'Oll\ Sehoo]" \l'as givcn hy three
sehool O'irb-:'Ilis,;es ILofrluan, Ohdykc
and Ba;clay. l\Iiss Dosc Hicklin sang
a .Japancse love song, anli J\Iiss Ann
Barelay sang a hy Eugene
nlusie hv :'III'S..Jo,;cph The
girls ,\'ere all dres,;cd in prctty ld·
J110Jlas.
:\[rs. Johll \\'. ;fO""l'. Dir.>et:or of Dec-
orat ion, h:lll the j'o01'n arrangcd ",ith
,JapallPsc t:l111e
1l'a :1IH1 g'(,lleral .Jap:lJlI':..;e hang-lIlg;.;.
'fhe hostesses sl)l',·iug: tea were i\1.r:,.
II. A..Ja"ohs, Hoherl :'\ash, :'III'S.
I';. G. S,·hanro1h. :'1[1'';. 1Iarohl Fenno,
,f. W. Bli"', alld :\Il's. Horace
:'Ilool'l'. '1'he." a Iso \\'on' th" killlona.
Important Announcement
Thursday, December 9th, 8.00 P. M.
'.l'I11' Choral SO"i,'I,' of thc (,luh ,rill
havl' 1hpil' first n'h";lrsal of th,' spason
011 TIlP:-;(la eY(\ll ill!!. =' O\'CllllH'l' :{t)t h.
at S a 'elo,:k. at I'l'sid"nl'c of
A, H. Boss, Forn,,.t .\""nue _\part-
Inl'lIts. Prof. Da,'i.l Spratt. Choir :'I[as,
lt'l' at _\11 8a ints' l'hnreh, \Vynlle\\'oo,l,
has ]ll'I'n s",'lIrpd as th" ,·oIHllletor. Prof'.
Spmt t is fOl'1lll'I'I.,' "f :-;t. Pdl'r's Choi l'
of l'hila.lelphia.
'I'h" Class ,vill mcet
Thl1r:-;dav :It thp l'l':,:,idclll'll of
C.' P. 1"0\\'1<;1', ln'i Ellll\\'ooll A,'e-
lUll'.
'I'hl' _\.lult Dall.·illg' Class \\'ill mcct
Jo'ri.!ay pvening', ])l"'Plll],,'r lOth, at 8
o 'cllll·];. ill t he Uoom.
A meeting will be held at the
Y. M. C. A.
To discuss and take action on the recommendation of
the Directors of the Association that
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Be present and glve the Association the benefit of
your thought.
rl'h(' I)arll·illg CIa:-;:.; lll(,C'ts
every Saturday aftCI'1l00l1 at .j 0 'elol'k
in the l'olllniunity Uoom.
JAPANESE DAY AT THE COMMUN-
ITY CLUB.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Rev. John Van Ness, Minister,
?lIeetings for next Sunday:
!lAG A. l\L-Suuday School. All de-
partmcnts.
11.00 A. :.\L-Public worship. Ser-
mon on lessons from the Pilgrim Fa-
t hers.
'i.00 P. :.\L-,lunior :1I1<1 Senior Christ-
ian Endeayor Meetings.
7.4;) P. l\L-Evening "'orship. Ser-
mon themc, "The 'l'ouch of u Hand."
Next '" ec1nesday:
10,00 A. Auxiliarv. 1'01-
lowcd by lunchcon, at the ehU1:eh in
the nc\\,' primary room.
2.00 P. :'I1.-:'IIeetillg' of the \Vomen '5
:'IIissionary Socicty.
S.OO P. :'II.-Prayer ana praisc mcrl-
ing'. 'l'hcme for consideration, "Ex-
Expcrif>Jlcc."
Xext Frida.,' c,'('niug the el<1ers anrl
tlll,ir "'i,'cs ",ill Ill' ,'ntertaine<1 hy J\Ir.
a Ill] :'III'S Pcehlcs.
Rehearsals haye hpgun for tlle Christ-
mas musie in thc Sehool, under
thl' din'dion of and
Stalll. 11' has h.'en lipl'idcll to hol<1 t\\-O
l'ntprtainmcnls nnc for thc pril_nary
(·lafisrs on (,"elling, DCCClll-
hcr 22, an<l the other for the ol.Jcr de-
partmcnts on the e,'cning of Deccm'
her 2:L
BAPTIST CHURCH OF THE
EVANGEL.
Rev. Avery S. Denuny, Pastor,
Sunday, Noyembel' 28, 1920:
10.45 A. l\L-Bible School. Dr. Rus-
sell, a returned missionary from the
Philippine Island'S, will speak.
11.00 A. l\I.-:'I[orning worship. Ser-
mon by thc pastor on the subjcct, "The
Return of thc :Mayflower." Children's
sermon on "A Lessou in 'fhunksgiv-
ing. "
'i.00 P. J\I.-Young People's :Meeting.
Lea<1er, :Miss Emma J\Iueller.
'iAG P. J\I.-E,'ening worship. Ser-
mon subject, "The Sayings of .lesus."
\Yednesday evcning at 8 0 'clock-
SOilg aud prayer sen'iee conducted by
the pastor.
You ",ill he welcome to any or all of
thesc sen'ices.
THE PROPERTY BE SOLD
\Ye \\'ish to thaol< Ollr fricnds ",ho
I':l1rOllizPll thf'
pi('ful't', of J.Jife" shown
in 0111' "hllr('h last 'I'PPI<. It grippcli
the alldielll'l' as are rarely grip'
jlPcl .. any or prrfOrm:lllrC in
t hesc 11:\\·s. 'I'hose ",ho sa", ",ill not
""01 flll,g','t. :'I la," its ilupress upOn the
hOllle life of 0111' to\\'n 10llg ahi,lt'.
Rev. Arthur S. WallS, Pastor.
Sunday, N o,'embel' 28th:
\I.,lii A. ?lI.-Sullday
\lAG A. :.\I.-Mell's Bihle Class. Hall.
F. W. Stites, teacher.
11.00 A. :.\1.-:'IIol'lling ,,'orship. Ser-
JIIon the )lastor on t he theme, "Such
as I lIave," a message for mcn and
womcn who have lost heart, and for
some others.
(UG P. ::\1.-E1'\\'ol'th League devo-
t ional mect ing'. A service for young
I't'oplc. Gooll Gospel singing.
i.·J,] P. ::'I1.-I';velling' "'orship. SCI"
lIlOn the pastor. :'I[nsie fllrnished hy
lh,' ehorlls of thirlv trained voiel's un'
d"r the IliI'l'etion of Professor Clarcnce
C.
:'\ovCllllH'r 20th, 8.00 1'. :'11.-
I':P\\'Ol't h' Lcag'lIe hllsi ncss and social
l'Yl'lliJig-..A rl'ol'12:allizatioIl. Old
h.'rs a1\(1 nc'" ",olilil-he I1lcmhcrs in-
vited.
])pl'l'llI1Jl'r 1st, 'i.00 P. :'II.
-l'n'paratory lllPluh,'rs elass. 8.00 P.
id·\\'t','1< hOllr of prayer.
!li"'pmlll'r aft,'nloon a 1111 c,'cn'
in:.!'-.\Ilnual Christmas Bazaar of La-
di;'s' Aid Soeil'ly at Yo C. A. Build-
illg',
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
The above department should be of th.
greatest Use to the community. the lIot COn.
talns the name of every profe""lonal man,
tradesman, mechanic, shopkeeper. etc., wbe
does or Can In any way serve his fellow,
townsman, and who Is progre""lve enougb
to add name to list of Register.
Ae It Is dlfflcult fcr those contrlbutln.
their time and errorts to the production of
"Our Town" to personally either know or
Interview all such, It would be most help.
tul If thoss not now found In the printed
list would send In a memo ot their nam.s,
addre"", phone numbers and bualns_s or
professions for lIsting. This wUI cost ... tol,
lows: 10 centll each luue tor' IIn.s; I c.nu
tor eacb additional lin•.
I ,Iacl,,,,,,, .\l1l1e.
rl'l'h-'JdlOlll', Na l'lJerth :J}(j-.J.
I .. J,'UIIIl,)' 11. Plano tpneher.
SW.llo, Al'cade lIidg. I'!:one, 31G-J.
I'VBLIC.
oJeO'erles, J. II. 111 Narberth ave.
Phone, 666-M.
Simpson, lIarr)' A. 232 Essex Ave.
I'll one. Narberth G3(j.
T)'son, Warren It. Phone. Narberth 1202-W.
Ol'TICIAlOl'l
Ft'ntun, Carl ,Ii 506 Essex ave. Phono, 6IS"W
I Phil... addre 1801 Chestnut st. Locuat III,
Zelltmll)'er, Jose•• h. 228 S. 15th 8t., Pblla.
PAINTERS
"'alzer,
117 Winsor ave. Pholle, 1241-J.
l'Al'IOt 11.\:-;(01:-;0.
Uo;nl, Jlofu('(' S. .:\It'l'tillg' House LalIt'.
1'11011{' 3.jti.
PHOTO PLAYS
"Areadla," 16th and Chestnut lite., Pblla
See display advertls.ment In this ISlue,

l>nnit'l E. .\1. U .•
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Ollice Hours: Ii l0 1'..\1.
I'LV)lllING. ETC.
Cool' Br08. Phone 30:!-J.
display auve1'llsemcnt In this Issue.
"'all, II. B. PhOIlC, NaruN·th I(jO:!-J.
See display adverUsement in tb18 tl.U.,
REAl. ESTATE
Cllldwell, J. A. Phone, 1(j87
See dlepla)' advertisement In this leau.,
Frasch, II. C. Phone, 252-W.
See dIsplay advertisement I" this leaue,
1I)'berg, Bent T. Phone 1113.
. See displaY advertisement In this lasue.
!'iash, Robert oJ. Phone, 605.
Money for First and Second Mortgagee,
SlrnJumn, JOllIes C. 232 Essex ave.
Phone, 636. or 1420 Chestnut st.
ROOFING, ETC.
Gara-lIlcGlnley Co. Phone, 1268.W.
See display advertisement In this' ISlue.
Ulller, John A. 243 Iona ave. Phone, 661-J
Shop. 246 Haverford ave. Phone. 1235.J
SCHIIOL,...
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Whlllsor n"t'IlIIt', l\'nl'hcl'th,
SCt' dispiay 'lIh't'rlisl'!lll'llt In this Issup.
ISIIOEMAKERS
Good Wear Shoe Re/lalr IShop.
Constantine, B. o. IInYl'rford ave.
Phone, NarlH'rth 170G, \Y.
IJan'l'foril HYP.
Sl'e ulsplnY ndvertlsement in this ISBue.

rrimost, lL HaYt'I'ford :\VI' .• XUI'hp}"l II.
:-;1'(' 'lIh"'l'llsl'!llt'llt in I his 1,,111'.
r.rhc I .. u\\'(·r .:\It.·riull '!'uilur <:UI111)1I11;\',
Forrl'st AYl'll 11 1'. 1\ul'lH'l"th. Pa.
St'e a.l\'l'rllsl'nll'nt III this Issue,
SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.
Merion Meeting House, Merion, Pa..
ST. MARGARET'S R. C. CHURCH.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH, WYNNE-
WOOD, PA.
Rev. R. F. Cowley, Rector.
:'IIass 011 at 'i A. ?II.
Late ?lIa'S, 10 A. :'IL
:.\Iasscs 011 holy dnys, (i.:lO allll 8.:\0
A. ::'II. "'cckllays at S. E,'Cllillg dm'o-
tiOIlS awl other sl'!'viel's at regular
times.
Rev. Gibson Bcll, L8CUlll Tenens.
Rev. Malbone H. Birckhead, Associate.
Sunday services: .
8.15 A, l\L-Holy COIll IllUIII on.
9.45 A. :.\I.-Sunllay School.
11.00 A. ?l1.-:Morning service and ser-
mon.
A free autobus brings the children to
and from Sunu:lY School and the mem·
hers to and Church, lcadng Nar-
berth Station at 9.40 and 10.40. If
requestcd it \\'ill lca"c the statioll at
8.00 for the early sen'ice.
Kill That Cold With


Colds, Coughs La Grippe
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
T"'l:" no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze.
Breaks up a cold in 24 hours - Relieves
Grippe in 3 days-Excellent for Headache
Quinine in this form does not 'affect the head-Cascara is best Tonic
Laxative-No Opiate in Hill's.
CONTUAC'I'Olt OJ' PLASTERING
Fratantonl, JameN, 8;, Sons.
239 lIam[luen ave. Phone, IG91'W,
llENTISTS
Orr, Dr. A. L. 101 Elmwood av. Phone. 3U-W.
Phlla, Phone. Filbert 4252. Keith Bldg.
Schembs, llr. John. Phone Narberth 31G· \V.
Cor. nnd \Ylnusor aves.
Office Hours until n P. l\I. ually.
DUVGGISTS
1I0\\'ord's. Phone. 1261.
See dIsplay advertisement In this Issue.
ELECTIUClANS
Cllse, lV. G. I'honp. :!!Jr;. \Y.
See a,h'prtiselllent In this Issue.
('ugh, Veri 226 Iona ave.
Nar. Phone, 650·W. Ard. Phone, 163-J.
FISII AND OYSTERS
imperial Grocer)' Co. Phone, Narberth 606.
INSURANOE
bowman, Samuel P. (Life.)
116 Elmwood ave. Phone. 65B·W.
Lnllnhul1, Frt'tlt'rlt,]{ .\. :.!();j FOl'l'l':-:;t u'·C'.,
1\'1I1'1I('I·lh. I'a,
Spe :lllv(,l't iSPIIH'llt ill tliis
Bros. (Fire, etc.)
209 Woodside aVe. Phone, 1262-8.
"'Imer, Wm. Wood. 100 Fore8t Avenue.
Phone, 326 R.
LAWYERS
Gilroy. oJohn 211 Eesel< ave. Phone. 1Z45-R.
Phlla. I<ddress, Lincoln Bldg.
Iltltes, Fletcher W. 4J3 Haverford ave.
Phone, S12·W Phlla. address, Crozer Bldg.
LIGHTING FIXTURES
McDonald oJohn. Narberth phone, 1288.
1533 Cheat. st.• Phlla. Phone, Spruce 1118.
1IIEALS.
Generol "'a)'ne IlIn,
John 'I', Od"n, Proprietor.
See dl8plny ndvertiselllent In this Issllc.
MEATS, ETC.
(lotter, Ho".rd F. Phone. 1298.
See display advertisement In this lasue.
ACCOUN'I'ANTS 303
Gottshall, II. Ii. Puulic Accountaut,
COll\Vfi)' A"PlllW. NarlH'rlh. Pa.
kelm, H. c. Certltted Publlc Accountant.
203 Dudley av". Phone. Narberth 300-W.

Afoihesto!'i IIl!"lIlatil1J,:" CeunIHln;\',
:-n:; "., :-;lrt'pt. SOI't'istown. 1':1.
t5l"C displaY atl"l'l'tis\'IIlPtit in this issue.

Garage-Repairing. Etc. Phone, 1605.
Narberth Gara"e. Phone Naruel'th IG33.
See display auvertisclIlent in this Issue.
,\l"I'O)IOBI 1.1'; E It"
Donahue, l)olltril'k J'". PhOll<; J(j3?
Sec <.lisplay :lllvflrtiscBU'llt 111 tIllS issue.
("t'''!'ourt'. ]'110111'. II (i':!.
dl:·qllay atln'J"ti:-;('llll'lIt in this i:;sue.
BANKS
Merion Title &: Trll8t Co. Phone, Ardmore '.
See dlspla)' adverttsement In tblll Issue.
IJVILDEltS
Shanu, Ale". C.. Jr. Phone, No. 1710.
Narberth Stntlon.
Wm. )). &: II. T. Phon.', GOO.
Bee display advertisement In tbl8 le"ue.
CANDY, ETC.
Davis, II. E. Phone, 1264-W.
See display advertlsement In thle Issue.
Ivy Candy Shop, _
219 Haverforu Ave. Phone. Narberth 1,0".
CAJU'ENTERS ANll BUILDERS
"enklns. Chas. L.
103 Dudley ave. Phone, I(jS4.
Merion Meeting is open for worship
every First·day morning at 11 a 'clock.
We curdially welcome any visitors who
desire to worship with us.
NARBERTH, PA.-OUR TOWN
Pasteurized Milk I' DEL IVERIES
WEST PHILA.
(Pedrlallc SOciety) OVERBROOK
Special .. Guernsey" MERION
Milk WVNNEFIELD
(Roberts· & Sharples,,' BALA-CVNWV
Dalrle,,)
NARBERTH
ARDMORE
Table and Whipping
ilCream.
Cream Bullermllk
OUR PRODUCTS ARE GUARANTEED
UNDER BACTERIOLOGICAL CONTROL
HARRY B. WALL
Plumbing, Gas Fitting
and Heating
NARBERTH PA
Phone, Narberth 1602-J
GLEAN-·· SAFE··-WHOLESOME
45th and P.arrish Sts.
SCOTT-POWElL DAIRIES
The Narbertb Electric Sbop
LAUNDRYETTE-The Walher
that dries without a wringer.
w. G. CASE, 323 Conway Ave_
Phone. Narb.rth 395 W
mo,]l'!!'(1 hy rellloyilig the two ,ingl!'
doors and [ll'o\'idillg lL of douhle
(]oor,. 'rhi, will allow a portion oj' the
J:Il'ge yeslihllle to be cmhodi!'d in the
l'hllreh propl'r, alld will the 1'011-
whit'h fn'(jlll'ntly Ol'('lIrs al this
l'lItl':llll'e to the "hlln·h.
'['hl' wor]1 is ('ostillg' a]1pl'oxilllatel.\'
:f;lli,nUO, :1II(1 hl'illg donl' loy
\Vallaee and ar('hiteet,.
It \I'as not !,"s,ibll' ill ('ollned iOIl with
the work des('l'ihl"[ to prodde elllargl'11
fa('ilitie" for th" maill SlIlIda,\' :'h'hool,
hl'eallse of Ihe llllditiollaI exp"lIse ill'
\·ohed. At pl'e'l'1I1 the Illaill sehoo] Ol'-
eupil's 1101 0111,1' the SlIlIda,\' 8(·h""I 1'00m
hUI a ;!I'l'atl'r parI of the l'!lIIl'"h audi-
t"l'iIlUI.
'l'IIl' t a I'l' loold IIg 1'0I' lI'a I'd to
1he tillll' II'heli th('Y \\'ill he ahle to
huild a IIl'\I' 811I1da,\":';,.1"101 hllil,lillg 011
tIl" nl('allt lot 10 the "a"t of lhe Chllrl'h.
IIl'W huiIdillg is plallllel] to he
IIst'll prill('ipall,\' for th,' Illaiu SllIll]a,\'
and Dill' of the feat-
UI'l'S oj' thl' huildillg will he a slllall
that the hllildillg call 11e IIset!
for elltl'rtaillllll'lItS. 'rhis IIl'W huildillg
lI'ill he ('Dlltll,,,It',1 h.\· all pasg·
to tlll
1
I)(IW 1'00nl:-; ret'cutl,v ('Oll-
,trud,,(l, so that he hat!
('''II\'l'lIil;1I1!l- 1'1'011I the mai;1 SlIlIday
S('hool 1'0011; to the Pl'i1llary, .Julliol', all;1
Begi ])l'pa I't1lll'lIt;;.
\\'hell thc III'II' SlIlIday Sl'hool huild·
illg is it \;'ill he possible
to elllarge thl' L'hureh auditoriulll am]
al;;o emhotl,\' the pl'esellt SL'hoo]
1'00111 ill thl' sallie, thus proyiding seat-
illg ('apal'ity for ahout ;'iOO.
At the ehurl'h auditoriu1ll is
too for the eOllgregatioll which
usually ill the 1lI0l'llilig sen'iL'('" oceu·
pil's also the elltil'l' SUllllay Sehool 1'00111.
NARBERTH HIGH WINS.
RUN UP 27-0 SCORE ON HAVER-
FORD HIGH ON MUDDY
GRIDIRON.
PLAN
PRJ,M.,U,y L
;)6')1,2&'
AVENUE
fLOOR
M6INtltR)
27 'x 17'
-- ---- - --l!a.__....<!q
TO BE BUILT AT PRESENT
(mOUND
ftAftlPDE.N FROM fj u:.VATIO.N
DO
I
I hereby subscribe for shares in the Second Series
which opens Tuesday Evening, December 7th. and enclosed pleafe
find-Check, Cash, Money-Order-for $ .
Cross out Term. Not Used Amount
Narberth StalloD
YOUR 1921 .AUTO Licensl.'s are
ready.
YOUR Insurance for Property or
Automobile can be ipsued by Ull
in a new policy or your present
one increased.
CAN YOU Replace your Furni-
ture or Home with the amountof
your present insurance policy.
WE CAN HELP YOU
BENT.T.HYRERG
OBEY THAT IMPULSE
GARAnteed Roofs
ACT NOW

U 123South S!,
Educator

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For Good Work Patronize
H. PRIMOST
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MHome Town Tailor j
W
French Dry Cleaning
ii1 Dyeing, Scouring

and Pressing

Good Work Good Material

All work called for and
adelivered, Promises made
o always fulfilled.
"
FURS REMODELED
". .
,;
(1 234 Haverford Ave.
a NARBERTH I
/ I

Harry A. Simpson
Horace '1'. Smedley
George O. Smith
Donald P. Trotter
Edwin H. Wipf
ENTRANCE FEE, 25c per Share
(Fin' Month Only)
:'\arhl'rth High Sehool warriors 1)]'0\'-
etl to hl' I)('tter mu(] hol'sl's, as well as
,tl'l)]iger foothall ill the gallic
lI'ith lIa verJ'oI'lI High yestert!ay, win-
lIillg ill a Il0wn]1our of rain b.va "col'e
of :.!i to n. At half tillle :\'al'herth had
t hl' lL'at!, Ii! to n. A 1'1"\1' rootl'r"
fl'oln lIaverfol'll all(] :'\arl1l'rth watL'hetl
the game ulltil the elld.
Cook "'o]'(,t! the lirst tOUl'!ltlOWII 011 a
10llg "lit! 1'1111. :'\0 ;!oal was kiL'kl'll. .J.
lJiekil' s"ol'e<1 the s(','()]111 tOIl"I11]OIl'II alll]
ki"kl't! lh!' goal 1'1'0111 touchdown. Cook
s('o]'(,<1 th" thiI'l] 10uel"lown 011 a lille
plullgl' :1JI(] HilL'y \I'ent through the
Ha\'l'l'for,] Jilll' for the fOllrth.
Xarhrrt h H. Posit iOlls. Ila \'l'rfon] H.
•Iinkins Ll'n l'n<1 POlI'ell
EI'l]lIIan Lpft t:1('kle '" Caltlwell
Krugell 1,l'ft guaI'lI Fisher
\Var<l C"lItl'e A. 'Vnr,]
Right ;!ua rtl ., KilpatriL'k
Davis Hight ta('kle Durhalll
Otliol'lll' '" . " Hight end
.1. Di"ki" Quartl'r-hlll'k .,
lJiekil' 1."ft half-har'll .....
KlilIpP Hight half-hal'1I .. HolH'l'tson
Cook 1"1l1I-haek ilIl'r
H0fl1 rcl1-:JOlll'S. 1 III pi rp- rpi we
-1:.! millut"s. .J.
Dielde. Hih'Y. Go:;b frolll toUl'11l101l'1IS
-.1. Die]lie. \ral'till. Cook. Suhstitutiolls
-Hi]P\" for lJi('kil', 1"1111"11,,.\' for na-
ds. l(ilIigau for
Erdman. BlIl'ns for Fishl'l'.
Name _.. _ .
Address _ : .
APPLICATION FOR STOCK
PI,A."
NARBERTH AMERICAN LEGION
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Elmwood and Euex AveDuea
Mail, or better still, "ring 10 meetltlg
For additional i1lformation cat! t/ic Secretary-Phone, NarhCl'lll GSC
Officers
Clarence '1'. Faries, Presidellt Harry A. Silll)lSOIl, Secretnry
George O. Smitil, Vice·President Horace T. Smedley, 'l'reasurer
Walter l\I. Burkhanlt, Esq., Solicitor
Directors
Arthur C. Kohl
.1olm A. }\fowrer, Jr.
William L. Peebles
Alban E. Reid
S. Rohert Ross
Alexander C. Shand, Jr.
SHARES $1.00 • Month
A. ·W. BlIl'IIs
H. Ne\\-ton Compton
Maurice B. rIll Marais
Clarence '1'. Faries, M. D
.Tames W. Follin
Thp at thl' main l'lItralll'e to
thl' ,·llIlI'l'h auditoriulII i, also hl'illg re-
PI,OOR
OEDur",un
16')[
TO BE BUILT IN FUTURE
. :iCtiOOl.
27'.ll,,' tl:"
DAVIS'
Complete Line of
Goodyear Tennis Shoes
CIGARS, STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
Bihl" all'] till' Prill1ary Ikl'art-
II1l'lIt \I'ill the hasl'lIll'uti the lI1aili
1'00111 all'] thl' .Iullior
'1'00 III will 10" Oil th" first floor,
\rhilp tllp {'Ins=-, will (Jet'U-
I',\' I hI' '1"'011'] floor 1'00111.
Thl' hall h"l'lI l'lIlarg"d. whi(·h
gi ,"(lS fl'(,c :\etess to the 1lt"\\" I'LIH r :-tair-
\la\·s. Thl' I'ast \\'all of hall IIlal!L'
UI" 01' full Il'lIgth ('athl'dral glass
'I'h is "Ollt hor-
nl\I'l'd light 1'1'011I tl", .Iullior roolll
to alluw fllll of thl' II"\\'
wilhout th,' aid of artifil·ial light. •
011 t hI' 1>:1'I'II"'lIt !P\'"I, a 111111"'1'11
kitdll'lI. to hl' lISI'11 ill '·Ollll(,,·tioll with
t'lItt.'l't:lillllll
1
llts :Il1d ('Ollllllittl'(' SUppl'l"S,
has 10""11 ('ollsl I'll I' 1L',l. Ahulld:\Il1 ('Ioset
:lnd l'il'l',-j(,P spat'(' has IIPPII l'J'o\"i(lt.'d, as
well as 11I0dl'ru I'lulI1hilig alld light illg.
Thl' l'rillian 1'00111 Oil Il'yel
11:.:-: nlso 11(' ..:11 pJllan,.?,'p,l :\1141 lIH)(lt\l'lIizll tl.
0111' of' Ihl' Illost f('atures
of' th" work thl' l'rilllal'Y 'I·hool 1'00111,
whil·h has :1"'1'11 l'lIlal'gl'd ;llId n'llIlll]PIl'(1
alld whieh has 11l'ell m:O]I' \'('n' attraet·
i \'l'. The wood \\'ol'k is in ma-
hogall,\' 1'0101'. thl' walls ill light l'n'am,
and thl' alld tittl"] with
l'athe,1ral glass.
Enlargement of Presbyterian
Church Nearing Completion
(Continued from Page 1.)
Dndl'r thl' floor a tl'n-inl'h air SIHlL'C
",as pro\'ided, through whi('h 10.\' a
cial arrangelnenl of Ihl' h"atillg pipes. a
flow of warm ail'
'Vlu.'11 tlll
1
JlP\\, :-:tp:llll Hy:-;t"Plll i:-;
in full opl'ration, the air IwlllW the Illlsl'-
IIlClit floor :1II(1 bel\l'eell t hl' IIl'W wood
",aiIlSl'oatillg alld thl' walls will
chall;!e cVl'ry thirty nJiJlute:-; or IL':-is, (hi.
pellding UPOIi the Il'mperature
aJoI outside the huil<]illg. 'rill' Hoor it-
self is of douhli' thil'klil'SS, with J'e1t
palll'r 1H'l\n'l'lI the rough allll the
ed floorillg.
011 the lirstfloor le\'el thl' .Jullior
elass room has bl'ell l'xtl'lole(1 the J'ull
lellgth 0 ft he lIew !,ortioll of' t h,' huild-
ing. 'rhis makl's a 1'0011I Hi J'l'l't b.\·
fed. To Ihe rl'ar alii] si,ll' of room
is n small retirillg room with toilet
facilitics.
Aboye this room i, thl'
cluss room, 15 fl'l't J'"et. A("'ess
to this room is h:ol hy a windillg stair-
",ay. A lIew stainnl\' has also hel'lI
Imllt to the hasellll'lIt to r,'pla"e the
old olle, whi"h was rathl'r nal'l'Ow alld
steep.
]11 all, thl're arc nO\\' Ii\'l' sl'pamtl' alld
distilll'l whi(,ll will 10" u'l'd for
Sehool 'rhe )rl'n's
PHONE NARBERTH 672
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MAIN LINE GARAGE
Taxi Service Hauling of all kinds
Packard Limousine to Hire
for Children
Kreider Shoes
Better come in and look
them over
SPECIAL
on School Shoes
Narberth Shpe Store
209 Haverford Avenue
Narberth
and

NARBERTH TAXI SERVICE
Vatrick P. Donahue
Authorized Taxi Service, bv Certificate from Public Service
Commission, dated November J6, J920
Taxi meets all trains Store orders promptly delivered
Baggage called for and delivered Freight delivered
Open Day and Night 'Phone 1633
CENSORE SABlE

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