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No. 44

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Still More Letters Come From Our M~n In Ser'Vice

Nearly All Have Been Heard frorTI Except Thos.e

Overseas: Contributors May S.ecure Souvenir

Copies of Bob Squier1s Letter and Photo-

graphs Taken at Flag Unfurling

'\ . --

NARBERTH, P!,\.,rHURSD,AY,.· JANUARY 21, 1943

GOllble Quota in

.: yotil;SlOOD

~vy

Mar ' .berth ':Dri' ··V'e ~TcfwAR···

War Chest Workers Hear DI ·re,.tor at

The

Anriy

and

...

C

ampalgn .

R a

II

y

aak.

for

2,500,000 Blood Ddn~beforeJune

31, 1943. The .Soutlh~ternPenn-

sylva.n.la' Chapter of ;be Red Cross

wants 3,000 .BJr.:lod.Donars

The

a

week.

BAld cross Mam 1-a ine Branch

"The

United

Narberth

Watr

Chest

quota

of

is

more

double that of 1942," Mrs. ~

the

thlU1

P.

No.1 must have 1.000 BlOod Donors

in FebrUarY to fulfill its quota,

call Ardmore 3100 and make an

Wethera1d, Narberth director, told a

meeting

of- war

chest

workers

to-

appointment for any of llhe follow-

ing

dates: .

."kll.' DiscJlS~

r.ehepiilHcms

.

d

Must Lay Foun

ataons

Now OP' 'D-;;;, Reid Tells

G

"We

,omen

now

must begln

to

lay

.

the

foundations for a more stable order

if

we

are

to

have

lasting

P,eace,"

said Dr. Helen Dwight Reid, pro-

fessor of Politics and Economics at

Bryn Mawr College, speaking Tues-

The

letters

from

the SerVice

Men

which

will

be

the

are

last

printed 11hls week

of

the

ser,ie.s, as

nearly all of the domestic locaU'.ms

have

reported

safe

dellrery.

only intermittent acknowledge-

ments

should

cards

are

be

have

now

noted

expected.

but

It

that very few

been

received

from

England.

Irelan';:

or

North

Africa.

where many ~arberth men are serv-

Ing.

Obviously. thJs

Is due

to

the

dim,

cult

malls.

and

It

is

print

letters

later

come

whatever

In

after

planned

to

additional

a

sUfficient

berth.

Y\)u

CIIlIl

bet

big on that.

night.

"We will

haY{,

to

work

twice as

hard

for i,t,"

she said.

"Last year

Rosemont College, February 10

from 2:45

to

Elm

Hall,

5:30

P. M.

Narbeth, February

11

J. lROamT NORDBLUM.

*

*

*

When

I

l"ECeived my

grand

box

the Undted Oharit1es Campa11gn set

\7Ur quota

in $2,500.

B·t $2,200 and

we

turned

This year Narberth has

of Chr1stmas ~fts, the first thought been ask.ed to raise $4,600. I know

'from

12:45 to

5:30 P.M.

Christ's

February

P. M.

Church.

12

from

PelUl

12.45

Wynnc,

00

5 :30

that

entered

my

mind

was

that

we wlll do our job as well as other War Tribute House, Merion, Feb-

other feloW'S

from home, fellows communities whJch have increased

that

I

'kne"",,,

J',,;hnny

Brennan,

quotas."

mary 17 from

12:45 to 5:30

P. M.

St. Mary's Ohurch. Ardmore, Feb-

"Ock"

Smith_

"Elck"

Burgess

(1

could

name r::nany

morel

had

re-

celv'e(i'the 8lIQ1l! and I

could easily

visual12le

~he

s1llile

on

their

faces

such

as

the one

I

had.

It

really

brought

bad!

memories

of

a

swell

town

and

a SlIWell bunch of fellows,

The meeting. held In the auditor-

lum of the Narberth Public 8cIhtJol.

Essex

and .sabine

aves .•

was

at-

tended by more than 170 volunteer

WOI'kers from Narbertb inclUd·ing 18

captains

ood 150 solicitors.

~

captains

reported

to

the

ruary 19 from

12:45 to 5:30 P.M.

St. Mad"y's Church, Ardmore, Feb-

mary 20 from

9:45

ro 3:30 P.M:.

Ask for Data on

I

am grateful

to you.

meet1ng that

substantial donat·ens·

day

at

a

meeting

of

the Lower

Merion-Narberth Council of Repub-

Hcan Women held in Haverford.

Dr. Reid warned that

"when the

time comes for the Peace Confer-

ence, we must be prepllred as

to the

line of action

we want our govern-

ment to

take.

The

greatest

need

at

present is

the expanslon of the

structure of the United Nations or-

ganlzatlon.

"An

WOrld

Anglo-Amerlcan

dominated

Is

a

dangerous

proposal.

It

would

pollee

mean

force

an

Anglo-American

keeping

everyone

else

in

order.

the

safety

explosion

We

would merely

sit

valve

and

wait

for

on

the

that

would

be

another

number has accumulated. *.

*

Some few souvenirs of the

acca'

si'JI1

are

available

to

contributors

In

the form

'>f:

I-The

letter

whioh

Squier

cornpost'<!

and

....er:y

favorably

received.

young

which

Bob

was

2--Copies

of

the

phOO.>graphs

whlc.h

were

taken

at

the Service-

FIag unfurling last Fall, one show-

Ing

the faces

of

many of the rela-

Uves of

the

men

and

the

other

a

picture

of

probably

the

largest

throng ever assembled in Narberth.

Those who desire these compli-

mel1tlU'Y

trophit"s

of

a

measurable

n£'1h1evement should plr.:ne Narberth

*

A6P'REID FILIPPONE.

*

*

Thank

wonderful

you

very

kindly for

ChIlristmas

Box

and

the

for

making an

oltherwl.se

drab

Chrlrt-

mas

a

muolll more cheerful one.

The gifts

9.1'e'! swell

and are

being

used

every dillY.

Thanks again and

hope

you

all had a very pleasant

Chrlstms,

too.

*

JOHN

*

S.

JONES.

*

I

regret VI!!!l'Y mUCh having rois-

plaeed

t'hls

~rd and'

thereby

fail-

ing

to

reply:::

sooner.

The

grand

Christmas bo::lC containing ID many

useful·

thanks

gifts :a.rrI~ on tame.

and

appreciation

of

My

the

to the cheat already ba'fl!' been Ta~" ~"dJ·ustments

made.

A'

R

An

oftlcial

film

dep1ct.1ng

the

Council Says Merchants

work

of

the

war

was shown. and a

chest

agencies

short dramatic

skit was given to demonstrate 11.>

Want to Maintain Good Services

the solicitors hOW and how not to

appeal to prospective dPnors.

The captains and their teams met

The

Narberth

Borough

Council

has received a letter from the Nar-

war," she predicted.

Dr. Reid

believes that World re-

organiZation is

too

big for

any

of

the proposed plans in existence to-

day.

She believes, however, that we

should carefuily study the merlts of

all these plans."

We can devise the

blueprint at a later stage," she said.

"But

we

must

face

the

fact

to dIscUss their

part in

the drive

8I11d kits rontairong campaign Uter-

berth

Business

Council

asking

for

inlormation regarding the proposed

that. the world

Is

ganized

after

this

going

war

is

to

be

over.

or-

It

ature were distributed.

ments were

semred

lilt

Refresh~

the

conclu-

sian of the meeting,

Mrs.

Wetherald

annowlced

·that

assessment adjustments in the busi-

ness district.

The, councilmen

reply.

l<\re

framing

a

wlll be organized with us. or with-

out

us, or against

us.

We must de-

clde whether

we will participate or

be outsiders."

·Harry B. Wall, 217 Narberth ON., "In order that we may discuss this Mrs

..

Carl H. Zipf, Bryn Mawr,

has loa.ned the war chest

~

In

h15 store.

at

213

two win-

Narberth

fully among ourselves," wrote Wal-

ter G.

Case, president of the Coun-

first

vice-president

and

chairman

of

the

COuncll,

program

presided

26-83.

Here

is

the

.

further

comment

·thought

fr<l'la

~e Oommun1ty

ctm

hardly

be ex=pressed

adequately

in

av.,

the

for advertising displays during

dri~, which tenninates

Febru-

ell, "and consult with Qur soUcitor,

it would 'be possible

to

give the tax.

in the absence of the President.

The Legislative Study Group will

about the Ohristmas Boxes:

*'

*

*

the few words possible '.xl this post-

ary

10.

payers, who constitute the member-

meet at the home of Mrs. Theodore

I

want

to

appreciatlon

express

fw

the

my

grea.t

Wlu.sual

ChrlIStmas box contatnlng

tlhe very

sizable quantity of practical artl-

cles.

I

am sure the boys

from

Nar-

al. When tin::\e pennits I shall do

better.

In

Ilhe

sincere tha.nk::S.

meantime.

many

*

-JiAMlES

'"

J. PE'I'ERS.

*

Your fine liilft box a.n1ved r;afely

Mothers" Assoc-Iation ts 1943 Offi

EI

ec

.

cers

The

Christian

Mothers'

Associa-

ship of

the Nal"bet"th Business Coun- PhU1ips, 404 Loves lane, Wynne-

ell, all the information available 011

the assessment adjustment pro-

Wood, on January 28.

Female

wUl

talk

on

Mrs. Luther

the

duties

of

posal,"

Case declared ,that all

merchants

were faced

with mounting wartime

the Secretary of War and a

the

WAAC

will

be

given

BayUss.

A report

on

the

talk on

by

Lt.

Legisla-

berth

were

the envy

of

men

ftom

and ,is . bebl.:g thoroughly enjoyed

tlon

of

Mater

Misericordiae

ancl

problems.

ture

WUl

be

given

by

Mrs.

Helen

other

towns

the

forestght

which

did

not

have

or

aggressiveness

to

-Never have •

articles

and

~.en so

many

useful

SO much

amusement

Waldron Academies, Merion, held

their bl-annual election of officen

He said:

"Because. most of

the

merchants

GreenWOOd, of CynwYd.

Mrs. PhU-

UPs:.' !sked. tg~~.t!}.~' .lJo_

provide for their mAm as our Town'

OODoentre;ted In S\l(lh,a oom])8ll"il.Uve-

.o~,~~l1!o!Y.

~J~l;I;~_t~-.e9I1Y.e~t,~",.~...~~y.iW)"ma1n'--~unCi~tt·,.

.

did·

",

...

~','

-~~'C -".~-~~.'-"--b"·smaD·:~'t·~'-~"-.ooct"Merion.

,

My work gtve~me a kefn llppre-'

cl~ of

just h('w

mudh of· a

boost

such

-from

a

the

wonderful

remembranae

home-town

glll'eS to

a

to

be

home.

~ed .~.the : folks at

you,all very much,

~

......'iWlIJLIAM

*

*

*

H.

KUIHiN.

. Those

chosen' t~'~rve fot'

new term are:

Mrs. Joseph I.

the

M~

Nichol,

Stanton.

president;

MI·s.

vice

president;

John

MI·s.

J ...

D,

tain the best customer service pas_

sible during' a' Period' when exten~

sive rationing w1ll be necessary, you

can

appreciate With us that all pro-

posals

directly

or

indirectly affect-

'st A-'

.

.

rres

"

'

Is'" f

U

PIG

or

O,erHme' Park-tng

'

man's morale.

It more

comm.unitie6

I

want to tthank you for the

fine

Howard

Silcox,

secretary;

MI·s.

ing merchandising should be close-

Mdre persons were alTested in

were

as

thoUghtful

my

job

':;.f

morale maintenance would certainly

Christmas ~lft Box

~.,)U sent

me,

and which doeserved much more

Peter

tal')':

F.

Hagan.

recol'ding

secre-

Mrs.

Charles

A.

Dougherty,

ly scrutin12led by all of us. Shopping

at home

in

Narberth

is !becoming

Nal'berth for overtime pal'kln/[ dur-

Ing the past year than

for any

'P""CI:: " el,VC::' ,

..

..

..

,~

~-'~-I'~'i'"·~···'''

V· - 'Ie dU:'~Malia'r,

Icom .

. ',' . ''', . '.'.'

SuccumbS. afI5';:' ·,':~3i\..

Preside~t of 'Norb:eii~ ';'.

Fire Co. Was

Boro' ;"':';'.

Resident 41 Y$(lrs':';;;:\:'~;i'

Marie Honore LoUIs Jean:· Gabiiet~··'::·\"

Tristan

Vlcomte

Marais.' president

BoUrgeois

dU.·•.-·.

of

the Narberth:." -'., ..

..

·.rJn

....

Under

the

Harkness, ·the

classes

held

toPics that

ing.

Mr.

helping

e ......

· ..

$

••

of

~

Mr.

supemB10n

8th

debates

grade

last

week

they have

Lehman

has

been

been

8th

grade

stUdents

history

on

study-

busy

with

Fire Company, died on saturday :a1;' '. <:1:' .

Ills home

131 CoUlter av"

ArdDiorei

after a long lllness.

Son

of

the late

He was 75.

.

Vl~mte

Bour- '

::",',:

geols du Marais, Tristan du Mata1.s

was

born in Saint-Quentin, France,

on November 10, 1867.

He spent his'

boyhood in Algeria. where .1}1S

fatl1er

devoted

had

to

extensive plantations

fig

and

wheat ra1.Sing.

When

he

was

15

he

returned to·

finish

his

studies

in

Paris

and

London.

In

1885, he

came to this country

_

to visit an aunt In Haltimore and

decided

to

remain.

ae

IIUlrried

a

Baltimore

girl,

Martin, and in

MiSS

Mary

Hewson

1892 came to Phlla-

delphia

to

live.

Five

years

later

'

they moved to Narberth where they

made their home first on Forrest

avo

and

later at

200 Woodside' av.,

until 1938 when they moved to the'

Ardmore

address.

Vicomtesse du....

Marais

and

their

son,

Maurlce, of .

VillanOVa. an attorney, survlve hUn;:

Vlcomte

duMal'ais,

who

was for-

;:. ,"',:"!'

merly associated with the William ,.'~;'.;'J~

H.

Horstmann Co. and J. J, Wyle &

Co ..

of

New

York,

was

one

of the

founders

and

charter

members

of

...

,'

the Narberth Fire Company in 1897·

and devoted himself to Its interests

throughout his Hfetime.

He

was

the first chief engineer of the Com-

,pany, serving In that capacity from

1897 until 1909.

From

1909

to

1922

he served as trustee and vice presl-

dent.

In 1922, he succeeded Charles

E. Kreamer as president and had

(Conlinucl on P4K£ Three)

Scouts Carry Story Of War Chest Drive

Boy

Sconts

of

the

area

began

Saturday

Philadelphia

the

delivery

of

miniature

newspapers

01)

the

United War Chest to

every h(lUse~ . '.:.')

,,,,Jl9}C:l~l.l!\.J?,N~~1PbJ~Ii.p4~ ,:

rotlnding area Included in the War

Chest

Campaign,

David' E.

WIi-"

IIams,

general

chairman'

of

tbe'

" .,','

'.

campaign,

announced.

Mobilization of mQre than 10,000

Seouts of the Philadelphia and

It

Valley Forge Council-s was OI'dered

by Scout leaders to can'y the story

of the United War Chest into every

Latin posters and reviewing prepo-

sitions with

7th

pupils.

The Latin

on

exhibltion

in

and 8th grade

posters are now

Mr.

Lehman's

room.

The

sixth grade Home Economio

classes

colorfUl

have been busy finishing

peasant aprons., The sev-

enth grade classes are finishing pa-

jamas,

While

the

eighth

grade

classes are fl.n1shlng a unit In cook-

ing.

This

work is

under the

direc-

tion of Miss Taylor.

--Jane Miller, SChool Reporter.

On

Friday, January e, the pupIls

of the upper school of Narberth

PUblic

School

were

entertained

by

Miss Harriman from the Philadel-

phia

gave

Interstate DairY Council, who

a

puppet show entitled "V for

Victory." The play was in three

acts

the first being Y-ilI1kee Doodle

Dandy which showed George Wash-

ington at Valley Forge. The second

took place

in

the

last

war.

a

trench in Fra.nce in

it

was

called "Over

There."

The third

took place in an

office in an army air force camp

when a boy was malting his fiI'St

solo

flight.

The

play

stressed

need of good foods during the

the

war.

-Margaret Robb, School Reporter.

Wants to Abolish 4 Mills State Tax

Cadwalader Says It Is

Wrung from Those

Living on Securities

A

resolution

to

lighten the bur-

den for those who are living on in-

come

from

securlties

was

intra-

duced

by

Cadwalader

resentatives

.clQ--111aht. ..

Assemblyman

Lambert

in

at

the

:ijouse of Rep-

Harrisburg on Mon-

,u ~.

. ••

~ ...~.~

•. ~ _.

.

Cac!walader

lives

1n

Gladwyne

~nd represents the . First Legislative

District of Montgom.ery Oounty.

The Cadwalader resolution calls

for the elimlnation of the State's

lour mms personal property tax.

was referred to the ways and means

committee of whlch Edwin WInner,

be considerably lightened.

The 'llttractivf:" wrappings and the

generous

number

of

pieces in

tlhe

box

kept the

recipient in as much

than

a

mer-e ]:'osteard. It

sure

is

a swell g:lft aIIld every item will come

In

handy. I

vrl!l never forget what

you have dOlllle

for me. Thank you

treasurer.

The

reUI'lng

pl'esldent,

Charles

W.

Toebe,

Honorary

President

was

of

the

Ml·S.

named

ABso-

suspense as if 'he were opening

again and aega.1n,

elation,

*;TOM :UTTY

:::n~e farnUy tree.

Thanks

Again,

Med

ical Missionary

JAMES S. WEATHiElR.BY. I want b.:> a'Oknowledge receipt of

*

you

*

s:> mUCh.

Gift box

the

tIne

C!tltistmas

Box

you

sO . To Speak Here

generously sent me. It jU5t reached

received

and

It's

more

than

very

me

&.frer a -delay whJch oould

not

Dr.

J.' C. McCracken,

who

has

nice.

Arrived

on

time

in

fine

ha~ been

lII~ided. I want to ex-

r~presented the Christian Associa-

so imperative these days that both

customers and

work together

have."

to

merchants.

must

protect wh~t they

18 Oil Burners

Installed in 1942

With priorities on many building

materials construction took a d.·op

other tramc violation.

Hatboro, another Montgomery

home In the community as a pal·t

Because of the rationing. of gas-

ollne

the

number of v~o:atlons

s~ould decline as compare

0

pre-

VIOUS years.

County

I

legislator,

is

chairman.

P

age

T)'

wo

of

the

war-time

volunteer

.

service

.\

(Continued on

,

given by Boy Scouts.

Vi~~~~~:~n;sl~e:0l~~~n:~r;9::;the .CIVILIA,N' DEFEN'SE 'I'·N·FO,RM.A.TION:.·.

Overtime

violations,

pal'klng,

34;

automObile

49;

stop

sign

acelc

dents,

30:

all

night pal'king, 19;

parking whel'e signs pI'ohiblted, 18;

facing against h'afflc, 9: parking on

Cl'OSS walks. 5; parking In fl'ont

of

OTHER SOURCES BESIDES 'AMINS MEAT

FOR PROTEIN. IRON. VIT.

.

shape.

Thanit8 to

the Citizens of

Narberm for a

*

-onderful

J

ACK

*

v

..

RECORDS

*

.

kIindness.

I

nnd

regret

that

through

moving

traveling

this, card

has

been

so long delayed.'

Allow me

to

pr

"rr

my deepest and sincerest

ex-

ap-

...

, ..

predation to Narberth for your kind-

ness and thoughtfulness. It was

immense.

I

to

*

w.

N. SAUNDERS.

*

*

all

certainly would like

f

0

you

know

how

deeply

and

truly

g.ratefu1

I

Chrlstmas

h

rt

d

am

Box.

for

It

t

k no'"

your

qoes

splendid

a

man's

that his home

tJ.::wn ea

goo thinks0 that'" much

of him.

Thank you ma.ny ttm.es.

press

my grstttude VO) the people of

Nar.bertlh

gi

f.t

hi

w

c

h

nODt

...

o~ly for.

ht

me

such.,.".,at

the

g:rand

pleasure, bub also far ·the kindlY re-

...

~

""mug

membrance -of the fact tlhat I

was

tlon of the University of Pennsyl-

vania

will

address

in

China

the

for

meeting

a

generation

of

the

Pennsylvania

Medical

Society January 25 at

Missionary

2.45 'po m.,

at

In

Narberth

Borough

during

the

past year.

There wel'e 36 permits iSsued fOI'

operations

costing

$14.798.

Fees

pl'ivate

dl·lv-eways.

4;

parking

at

street

intersections,

.

1;

d

reckless

ta

2'

drivin8',

using

muffler,

6;

using

1:

expire

removing

gs,.

ba1'1'l-

cades, 1: operating under Influence

away

..

To tl:arberth, to her citizens Havedord Court Hotel, Haverford. charged on issuing these permits of liquor, 1: passing at Intersec-

nnd b.:> yotl-.l5lr. Who

representtlhem,

I send my l3~cerestt.hanks.

:RA~ND B. YOUNG, * Jr.

*

*

Words cao ne~rexpress my f'uU-

est and deeJ:PCSt apprecdation on re-

11

celving suc1:J a. we

11

..

o#t,s

-"-

\)uosen -

T

each

n ......rt

and

ment

of

S'l,lre

~'.

0

H.ostesse8

for

this

meeting

are

Mrs.' John W. Sloan, Mrs. B. Frank

Roger,

and

Mrs.

Olive

Straup.

CORRECnON

A

typograplcal

story

error

in"

ou

r

about

Town's"

last week

amounted

to

$80.

Permits

for

18

011 burner permits were issued and

these

permits

amounting

to

brought

$54.

Most

in

of

fees

the

burners

we I'e

installed

dUI·ing. thc

first pal·t of 1942 before the ratlon-

Ing

of

fuel

all

became severe.

t1on,

2.

I

ASs-ts'tance Ava·tl~b e On Tax'Returns

There

from

the

Internal

will

be

QIDce

of

Revenue

a

representative

the Collector of

at

the

Bryn

ev~~of you R·.'~~B~·" the Narberth 'bank's annual re-

*

*

*

port

caused

It

to read

that

the

Received """'ur wonderful package

of gif,t6

andJ..J~1

do not

know how

to

thank 'you, -except m promise to do

bank's

depositors

number

5()0.

ber

We

lZe

apo1og.

ofdeposltors

is

Th e

over

over

n um -

5.000.

A summary

of

the

construction

shows

made;

Issued

that

11

alterations

gal'ages erected. 1 permit

5

for

new

wl'ndows,

18

new

were

roofs and

1 permit for

siding on

a

house.

Ma.wr

from 9

Post

a.

m.

Office

every

Saturday

to

4

p.

m,

until March

15.

tax

He

will assist

returns

and

questions.

in filing

lncome

answer in

g

t ax

SMofUElL J. CLEVENGER.

*

*

..

my full &ha

..

re

*

'in the

big Job Sihead.

56

A G

n

F:1RANK * MIOCONNEL *

Low'lor 7L"erJon A ~1tOrages

~ 1 y~~"

V~

Poin ts

2''''' 1

~

A . R a me

. ow

This -brief .(.Oar!! can express only a

small suggestion of the g1I'atltude I

felt

when

I

recei\Ted the

g;!ft boad~~~sen h

My

U1~' as c

I

reeeiVtd your generous Christ-

mas parcel, -It reallY wa.s a wonderful

t

mheanf~do~:~ys. woulsuI'}lrlsedx:.~:r~ y:,;t ~~~ In BO(JI~t,;n'.g oon ,Streak 1. 0

generous

....

.~

,

.

"

"

.

r

~

but

1

r>

I

e.·v.

town

received

......

k

"

the call1.op

._

,

so muoh

before I

No

was ever

..

..aD

J'''''''

more

thoughtful,

Many. man:)' tilanks and be assured

we will at.'-mpt to repay

Your great

"""

generosity

"Our team

is

red

hot'"

was

the.

.

favorite· chant Of Duquespe High' a'

....

A

U

.SUBiJRBAN: ONE LE

b

. T .

G

E

its

to·

three year streak in

the league

111

22

stralght,

1

the' Maroon

ash

11

w

x

*

T.

R.

*

MILLIGAIN.

*

*

*

A. LYON

*

coupl~years ago before Lower Mer-

'8tan~ Df t e eamS

probably

be

ab e

to

sm

a

e

-

I

cannot thank

yOu enough

for

Many tiu&nJts to

the citizenS of

lon

dusted

them 011 in

the 1lnals of

the state tournament,.

.

Lower Merion

W.

3

L.

0

P.C.

1.000

isting scorlilg records in the league

when

It

invades

weak,

last

place

your grand Ohr1stma~Box. It could

Narberth IClr their 8'l'eat generosity.

And' surely

tbere

.isn't, a . betteJ:

~averford _

,

~

~

.:~

Abington this satUl:day.

'~While meat is essenHal in thfil diet because

but'lon

of

the

B Vitam'Ins.

Thiamin,

Riboflavin,

of its

rich contri- '.

Nia.cin.

and

also

because of the

prote'ln

and

iron

it

1ft k

supplies _

the

meal

d

planner

had

should remember that

it

is

not

a one

ro!"

s

ea

~ an

cops

n

roasts these excellent nutrients are obtained: Liver, ~eef, l~~b,

.pork, turkey, leafy

vegetables and w~ole grain c~reals In a~dltlon

to the vitamins all furnish that most Important minerai -

h

d

and turkey. chicken, liver, fish, cottage c

eese an

.soy

b

highly satisfactory sources of protein as well ali of !ron:

non

-

eans a~e

.'

.

The

protein

obtained

from

meats,

however,

IS

different

Itt

"ompos',non

from

that

furni5hed

by

plant.s,

so

in

order to

1

d

h~ve

d

d

e. pen

e

d

eno'ugh prote'ln 'In the d'let w. hen ve.getables are large y

..

upon .for this

nutrient.

a

Wide

variety

should

be

eaten,

In

or

er'

thaf

the

shortcomings

of

one

may

be

supplemented

by

others.

..

~.';i~

And in like manner. when meats are not servei:! as often as former-

Id btl

.,

.....

;...

:f

ly 1 veietables containing iron shou

e

T ',am',n

(V'ltem'ln 8-1)

I'S obta'lnable'

ea en generous y.

in whole grain cereals. h_..

potatoes _ all the dehydrated vege~ables _

leafy

and

ot

er

.'. :~.,.r'

',' .• "':::,'.'

. '<"

vegetables and most fruits,

Whole grain cereals, most ve.getabl!s

.

and most fruits also furnish Riboflavin (Vitamin B.2). Whole grail'!:

cereals, potatoes, green vegetables and .ma~yf~uitssupply. Niacin.

Milk, milk products and

eggs are flCh

In

Rlbofl~vlna!so.

When a housewife is informed on these essential POints, she

will not find

it difficult to

plan her meals so that all the necessary

elements of nutrition are supplied.

L',ver

'IS

Some Ways to Stre.teh the Meat Suppl,

a

6

star Scorer on vitamin fists _

h

h

'. "',:1'

and. it is one Q~t 8:- ./:',',:..',

't

'

..

f

h

variety meats that needn't be incl.uded in t

e

L

meat s • aringarl /1-

..

'..

)"

metic.

Try liver with sca.lloped potatoes, ~rst browning .~he.s~a-'·\,:,"::",i

soned and floured slices In fat, then, arrangJ,ng la~rsof IJV~erand.:;~.'.'-

potatoes in a b~kin9 dt$~_

us}ng ~a~ potatoes

...

,.

.and cutting the::':"''<ij,

not

have

usefUl,

or

been

more

better,

or

more

apprec1a.ted.

It

~

me

feel

proUd

and glad

to

be frortl Narberth.

Best wishes and

It

truly reelects the grand spirit of

QUI' com~ity.EaCh

.,tL

..

'ie

lin *e

box was

·\WOnl:ieNul.

*"

*

-

.

.

JOKNOOOK

*'

tag

for. the

present Lower Merion

'Biih SQUad, the only d11ference be-.

inll'

the

L.

M.

fails· prdbabl~ .Will

ttot.'~live to swallow it

as

!lid

the

Norrlst~rb" ~ " "I 2 '333

. Upper'

. a

y

.•

.......

C4~ltenbaDl..•........

1

Aibmgt,on

,0

2

3

.

.333

.000

Oa:ptain

Oreer

Heindel

was

the

biggest noise in L.M.'s most recent

Victories;

two

scoring

He

games.

37

points

18

tallled

In

the

against

liver in small pIeces.

A~d o~lon If liked

~

the

top layer .

shou,I~:..

}

be potatoes _

at '350 degrees.

I

cover With m,lk and bake, covered, for orle: hour,.:.:..;,

When

potatoes

ar.e

tender,

remove

cove.r .an.d,.' '\.':

.

,_,

many thanks.

JOHN G~,

y

.m.

.

.

I certail):ly:want to thank you for

the fine Olft. Box I reeei~tID-clay,

Du"ue.she

,.

estra.

fans

in

'41

at the Pal_~'Week-endScbedu1e:Chel~enhnmand cQ1lected 19 more

FlUDAY-Haverford at Upper

against Upper. Darby.

This, despite

"

.~rby;·.Nort:lstown at. Ohelten-

the fact

he played in

only part of

brow~..

nlcte

~'t..

Mea

SA

..

de

n

rs

f

- Sau.ag-

or

."

e--

"'hop raw cabb'age ta'ther fine. ': {

..

,

.

"

'

..

','

.,hbP Bpples also, arrange in I~yersin a

bakln9dis~imak~..

sa~~a9 ~.'

..

ReCeW: ~:fU1package from

.1 assureYliu it is'a

~

useful ~ "

Wlre~er~.tSga:tt~db:~~. ham

..

.

Anderaan'

,put"t9P,'.'~~r~..ni~:.~.~~:·

'liQanlt.&Cored le.'.than·'51 poitita li1

t1\","

the

games.

. meat

into

cakes and

fry

a .nlte brown'dbut. dbo

.

M\!r1on at

.

~as been

" tov.erf.c~.oJc;.~TI

~spoon.0., .VJ~~,9~.~:.,:

. N.rt.h; wal; jp-e8,tlys~d ~ boilii"~h.e··~~ ~dt~~ ~oU~t 'nO:.·~ a~t th~.hDt~t.~~

and plOOse<i:

EVel'Y.

gift

. "Useful' and .' vei¥ .welcOme. 'Thank

WlI6 . very

you'. sincerely

for'rem'embeI1ngme

so

'

·~~IY.....

•.

~"...

".

.

,

.....

' ~~

are grea.tJrf 8.P~ted, I ~ not

to,.~,·....

' ~.-~..:yO:\M~:d~~....~.!~!:e,..

'~o;..

blri

t1Oh: ooa b

Bll

~vz

..

,

~~ ~'.,

'. :"

~:

....:'

••1. ..

,...•

<:;,

.....

t:iA'r:t$pAY......Lower

,\

Don . Evans

the next

place on' .t.op the. c-.bbage and apples, ad ,a ta

l

,AQlngton;".

,." ,:;.

.af~r·...anotber;

heaviest.' scorer, but Art oampbell, .t~the sa\lsa9~fat ~n~ pour over all - cov.et. ~.n,~;:b.".~",.un.t~I:'~~~,i!::"\;'

~ln1nan..

and . DlokWft1~1ng

cabb~9~.:and..

appl~sare.·tender. - pot,af~.es:bak~a~:at.t~~,:,.:.~a\~,,.,.y~~

~een\vtt.al.COg~.~.nd.h~V~..

~~ldov.n:'heat make a ·top..ac::~o,"palll!1;"~nt:t~th's.~ood~,sh.~'.:~"".:--',,;'

.

.-.;' 'Why: not· $,o;up1~A·rich.\re.g'i',table;·soup '~·a

"

~,e.~I.,n..'t~!lf:(:;

..

r~alll-'s~p'ai'ate'~o:.,andwhen tender rinse and add. to th.e s~~p.:'.;

. ".",.SCIII·, ~ell,;se~v. with. toast squares. and watch .~,~e:pl.~t~s;~~tn\

.

....

"

.. ..

:-',

~'-':

..

:~.;..,:;,.

"{:'~~1

,~Iin '.

•. The, .,And~sonmen . have'

" ti.nll~·.;lti"thc(lUt ·'four·'.,6:,us'hed'.:CheltenlUun~,S~~16,"onthe.·.,UP'th~tr.ei1~,~.a:l'!l.wa~,!'I'be:re-

~., .~,.th~~. c/:1~oes.tc>- ,pili expe

/'.' ~~;'n.J=~:.,its' tW!) '·.'ie~. :Dill!Sion ·In::~.:.UPper. 'Dalby

abe~.b1.

..

A

...

ER~ .", ,~~.la.~lY))lJeI~~lAl.t~:::ga:t\i~'~"'_'-::~Us;";'$%1'·'\j.t~r:'8· .~tfrt:'~',Frl~.~d·~hen .'set.v.es· .11~~:~.~~:dOlDg,:··~2tC~ : ~tJealf:n()'.C!th~r:m.in.~.ish:ts:'1'~9I,1ited--'st~rtw.,.t.h,:·~l;I~t!l~~~~~~:

...

':v.'e~...

m.akinI .~~,.lrtO~~n= ·~b.,~,:·ham~·k~:u~k'~'o,f:~e~l,",,, Qxf.i1, or.·b~!1es·tr;~m~d:fr~~',~~.~~\1t

...

Sunday:·.r~sf'---sl",merIn ple'!ty of wafer. and add,.ve1et~&.Ji:,~~~

rice or barley -.,alwaY~bo,l:.t~ese::~~..:-?

~

.·;.:td~;t·'~::~:'1~,~~~·~~~. ·t::t~"='.riOe~~t.')'~I,~,~:,1im0a~'68::Per:8~e;.·:."~".~Ul~:··lt8;srk.teSt.··~~ns1~e:h,eJlht;:.,tlo.nlli!

~1f'.mi" .

thankl!(roi'

bow'..

tb.g.~· $1UitC!-ent·

~'~III~'OtllY,cauatbi.uP.tO·rile.

tile ~weli ~t ~ ;Nar-

·tQ~,'l:fsure.ie.':iU8t,:8s·'~dei-~...

_NC?t.:~1n!lll'~e·~.afllAf..-Al,.~~l,,::.:~~~.lt.·~~r~~,

",~ll,··~~ W~:~~~.:'.ha1'::::/'u,1d~~\~.ll~.o_:.p:~~c:l'goa1S}~re,- .~.erM~;iln .up· a, 21-111' halftulte '·all·kinCJ:.availab!e~, with'

~~:,~~,.~Cli_:~Ult~.~..

..

: lead 'oo::cheltel1bam and by ;1nte"

..

..pme

berth sent me. It's·~tto know, fUI a:s:,the~rellO*~t'~~~e':rt~\3h-. ~er.~cm~~, •.

.that etert.~~ ~. us 1~% ., ed. kne>abp\)t;·:~4t.:~:·Js. '3. ~~m~.'~cb• ,

..

llIl'e...

a~.,in~urn~a.ll:ofus.~bo

..

ftne·1"Cil1;lI).·txl·~.~t"~IN~.'hi;;Aa: ~~i' ::":lii=:." ~ '."J(kj·:iS:;ma··:tow'.and ',was.comfoi"tabl1·

..

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....

a.,~ ~,~~~ .'~t ~

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OUR

TOWN

....

econd cIa •• matter Ortober.

NArberth.

PA .•

uDder

tbe

Act

19~!. at

ot

MArch

the

J.

PORt

1171.

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Founded in "1914bY-'theN;"rbri ~~v~~_~~~Ci~!iO~

GEORGE A. WALKER. P

..

blis/lA!T

HELEN FITZPATRICK. Busi1U'JS Mana~

J(r:_S_SELI:

.....

~.

FRAN~.-!_~':'Ii>i~~. ~!alltJgcr

_

PUblLsh~ Every Thursday

Deadline for advertising

and

news copy-Wednesday.

5

P.

M.

Subscription rate-$2 per year In advance

---

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..

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Publication Oftlce-E1ght Cricket

Avenue.

Ardmore,

Phone-Ardmore 5720 and 5121:

Greenwood 7740

p&.

Member of Bu('I{~-~1(jlltgornt'I~' Nt,\\'s!'l"lJH-'I Ptlldi~~hl't· A.~""(Jr;:1ljlll1

...

;

Psychiatrist to Speak at Annual Church Meeting

Dr. Earl

D.

Bon,\. notpd pRyr))la·

trlgt, Bryn Mawl'.

will

h"

Ih"

e;\I""t

speal<f'l'

at

th(lo

annual

nlf'ptlng

of

the

Main

Lin"

F"d"ratlt.n

of

ChUl'chf'~. on J;lnunlv :2:-1, nl ~ (Ill

p. m., at the Ardm<ll f' PI'l"I,~·t,'n,,"

Church,

l\Iontgollwly

:I\'

lind

:\ttll

CI'eek

subj"ct

I'd"

A,dmo'p.

[II

1~,,"c1 ~

will

h,' ":\1:Ill~1S <If (\,n

science."

Miss Alicp

] I.

Am!>I",

",~r\l1;\'"

Rf'CrE'tnry.

wlil

giVI '

;j

l't'IH.J11

tIn

IIH'

worl<

of

tilt'

The

R,'\'

F"d",allt'"

R''i:e,

r.

:-'tlllHnlY \I'i11

prcslclr.

~

Miss Frye Convalescing from Pneumonia

Miss

Bllrbara

Fryr.

cl:l 1 Igh:('!'

of

Mr.

and

Mr$.

Hl'IU'Y

/\.

Fry.,.

convale&ing

froll1

pr It 'lUll Olll:l

b

:1,

her home, 115 wynllpdale

rd. Nar·

berth.

Mis.~ Fryr

i<;

:t

"rnll1r

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Lower Merion Hi!-(h 81'11001.

Letters To The Editor

Our To"'I1.

Narberth.

Pennsyl\'uni,l,

Denr Sir:

The C()\l!~:l'\' 0\\""

:1

dpbl

or

gratitudp

to

! ill'

able

le:tdpr~/11J1

Nil!"r

for

llh

111

tlJ('

n'crl1 t

scrap dril"l'

BII:

111P

cLIIH!'1'l'

of

a wartill1e ~tpf'l s;H)r~;lgp :s 11 Jt

over.

Con<:lu.'i\'l'

pyidpncp

indict t,'<;

the Imminent f'xilaw;\ion of till'

11 i gh grade

iron

orrs of

tll('

\a,t

Mesaba op!'n pit~. in the Lakt'

Superior region from which we

have been getting 85 percent of

the

ore u~!'d In

(l1Il'

,. tt't';

pro-

duction.

..

Howev!'!".

no

lr,,,-,

thnn

26

of

oUr

states

posFess

known

abandoned

or sources of rich

undev(']oped

iron

ort'.

in

bllt

1'1'-

d.,.

posits large enough for !'conom-

1cal reduction

to

metallic

1n small furnaces clo~p to

iron

the

mine-sites.

according

to infor~

maUon

pre.<ented

to

the

House

Steel

Shortage Investigation

CommittRp.

TIle oppning

!tp

of

these Widespread

local

SOUl'res

of iron ore would p!'oYide abundance of prime n1Pltlng

an

material

and

tJ1US

completely

relieve the situation created by our recurrent shortage of scrap

iron.

Your comments and opinions. either pUblished or personal and any suggestions you care to malce on this timely subje<:t \\i11 'be most sincerely appreciated.

Very sincerely yours. Frank W. Boykin. Chairman. Steel Shortage investigating Committee.

,,[

:

~ NEWS OF THE ~M"EN IN SERVICE 1

E,i\1 In

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