. 54, No. [December 18, 1942
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FOUNDED 1888 ....Published every FRIDAY at MILLBURN,NJ. FIVE CENTS £5%
CASA COLOMBO will hold a "THE DAWN OF A NEW DAY"
Ration Mill Kiddies Christmas Party at
their clubhouse on Main street
Item Holiday will be Rabbi Melvin Keiffer's
sermon topic at the regular Christmas In
at four o'clock Wednesday The Item this year will Friday evening service at Con-
Grinds On, On afternoon, December 23rd. All
iocal children are invited to at-
take a real Christmas Holi- gregation B'nai Israel tonight Twp. Churches
day. Like many small busi- at 8:30. There will be a social
Residents who failed to se- tend this annual affair. nesses it might as well any- hour and study circle following There will be the usual
cure war ration book No. 1 by way, but this year there's a the service. Christmas services in Township
Tuesday are out of luck special reason, to save fuel churches featuring special ser-
present. This, the sugar
coffee book, is now out of Must Shade: and to conserve manpower.
Now Therefore, Hear Ye!
mons and music. Following are
ation until new orders are Hear Ye, the whole Item she- Mrs. Ward .services planned by various de-
nominations and the church
received from OPA. All Windows. bang, composing room, press schools, to which all are cor-
Also, if your 15-year-old for
i you have been drawing Residents this week come face
room, stereotype department,
engraving plant, mail room,
Resigns Post dially welcome.
sweets, has not yet become a to face with a homt lighting business and editorial offices Wyoming Church—Sunday, De-
coffee addict, do not encourage problem to comply with dim- will turn the keys Wednes- Mrs. Ethel Ward, of the
Township Recreation Depart- cember 20, 10 A. M. Music
or her. There is no pro- out regulations of the coastal day, December 23 and throw Service for Church School. 11
H in regulations for hon- ment, has forwarded her resig-
area. Millburn is in this area. them away until Monday nation to the Recreation Com- A. M. Sermon, "Christmas in
oring coupons In Book No. 1 for Under the regulations ail morning, December 28. the Heart." Rev. Ralph Read.
for any who were 15 or mission, to become effective
light sources in homes and out- To make it a real Christ- January 1, 1943. Special Music. 7:30 P. M. in
under when the book was Is- side, must be shaded to a point mas to customers as well as the 'Church Parlor. High
sued. The fact they may have not less than 45 degrees below employees, remember, we Mvs. Ward, well-known to School Young People's Com-
since become of coffee swilling the horizontal. The term "light won't even accept money over hundreds of residents through munion Service, and carols.
age, makes no difference. source" includes bulbs and the holiday. her work as recreation leader, Thursday, Dec. 24, 7:30 P. M.
translucent shades such as has served with all the recrea- Christmas Eve Candlelight
'••''••' book number 2 is ex- tion directors the Township has
s -''ted to be issued by the first kitchen and bath room fixtures. and Carol Service. Caroling
In homes, shaded windows had since the creation of the by High School Young People
the new year and at that Department in 1931. Mrs. Wartl
regj but following.
ing their n John Fo: th director, was
iBcanta will then be asked to shades and no easy way of Christ Church — Sunday before
leclare their ceffee hoard and
oupons to the amount stated,
closing openings to meet re-
quirements. Kris Kringle in office.
In announcing her resigna-
Christmas, Community Carol
Singing, 5 P. M. Christmas
i be torn out. And is there Now as to penalties, read them December 22, at 8:15, in Mill- tion, Mrs. Ward said that her Eve, children's services 3:30
penalty? There is. yourself and decide what to do burn High School auditorium, family and new home are de- P. M. and 5:00 P. M. Carols
A two week period will be set about it: the Kris Kringle program will manding more of her time, and From Other Countries 10:45
securing the new book and "Any person who violates any be presented for the public. therefore her continued connec- P. M. Candlelight . Service
not having them at the end regulation contained herein ls tion with the Recreation De- 11:00 P. M. Holy Communion.
subject to the penalties provided The program will be opened partment was impossible. Christmas Day 8 A. M. Holy
that time will have to come with an organ selection by Mar-
'* the board in person by Title 18, Section 97a, United
jorie Bromley. Ray Henshaw, Communion. 11 A. M. Morn-
States Code,* and to immediate ing Prayer, Carols and Ser-
'I oil dates of the first and general chairman of Kris Krin-
l periods have been
exclusion from . the Eastern
Military Area. In addition, if gle will welcome guests and
friends. Following, Principal
Rush Call mon.
! in accommodate deal- two or more persons conspire St. Stephen's Church - - Christ-
Robert Faddis will extend his
ers and householders.
we is now extended to Decem-
Period to violate said Section 97a,
United States Code, and one or holiday greetings. Rooks, Magazines mas Eve Midnight Service
11:15 P. M. Carol Singing.
instead of the 16th and more persons do any act to ef- After the Mixed Chorus selec-
Period two, to January 26 in- A rush call has come to USO 11:30 P. M. Procession and
fect the object of such con- tion, "Agnus Dei," the Christ- for books and magazines for Choral Celebration of the
stead of the 19th. spiracy, each of said parties will mas play under the direction of men of the 3rd Battalion, 113th Holy Communion with Ad-
ere are still users who not be subject to the penalties Mrs. B. F. Herberick, will be Infantry, stationed at Eaton- dress by the Rector. Christ-
^ received their oil coupons. provided by Title 18 Section 88, presented. Between scenes, town, N. J. mas Day, 8 A. M. Holy Com-
should contact the board United States Code. In the case Christmas music will be played munion. Sunday, December
to the reason, Dealers can by the orchcestra under the Residents having one or both
of an alien enemy, such person are urged to bring them to USO 27, 8:00 A. M. Holy Commun-
longer deliver where cou- will, in addition, be subject to direction of Mr. Frederick Bove, ion; 9:45 A. M. Church
s are not at hand for sur- and the Girls' Glee Club will Washington School by or be-
immediate apprehension and fore Monday morning so they School; 11:00 A. M. Morning
ad it internment. sing under the direction of Prayer and Sermon; 7:30 P.
Miss Katherine Dinger. can be taken to the camp
"(•Note: This section provides Monday afternoon by Red Cross M. Children's Festival and
a penalty of a fine not to ex- The Mixed Chorus will close Christmas Tree.
the program by singing the drivers.
Light Home ceed $5,000, or imprisonment
for not more than one (1) year, famous "Hallelujah Chorus" by St. Rose of Lima — Midnight
or both, for each offense.)" George Frederick Handel. Mass, Special Mass in Honor
Trees Only Air raid wardens and aux- • Xmas Party of St. Benedict, by Joseph I.
Muller. Christmas Carols.
iliary police will begin enforce-
trees for large ment of the War Department
regulation, calling on residents
Draft Board's For Kiddies Christmas Day, 12 noon Mass,
year, will be
who fail to conform. They have White Oak Ridge Chapel —
Ughts. Trees so decorated
as a flre b
ToJrlSSedordinances n azar dChief
y been given the job which orig- New Duties Millburn's American Legion
Kiddies' Christmas party will
Christmas program by the
Sunday School Saturday eve-
™sni and inates from Army GHQ.
Millburn Draft Board will add be held Saturday morning at ning, December 26th, 7:15 P.
, ; l s serving notice on clubs, • 9:30 at Millburn Theatre, Con-
to its duties for the nonce by M., with special music.
,, " l!i ' ' c h u r c h e s that they Men in service will be wel- tinental Post of Springfield will First Baptist — Monday eve-
' JJ be used. comed by Millburn Township, becoming a recruiting office for
dis members of the Navy, Marines i < with the local post in put- ning, December 28th 7:30 P.
ma*°, astrous fires recently Citizens Committee of the USO ting on the celebration. M. Sunday School program.
at its quarters, Washington and Coast Guard. Volunteers
tnent ,VC h e i g h t e n e d enforce-
e for these three may go to the Guy R. Bosworth Post mem- Special music.
Z ,<* tew but now at School Headquarters, 2nd floor, bers have been busy getting the
lid is on. Washington School, Millburn board office in Washington
School and gratify their ambi- usual Christmas candy and good
'I P'ovision does not apply avenue. things for their guests, but an PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY and
ber DI. t r e e s where the num- tion. complete secretarial s e r v i c e .
Hours are—Monday - Friday, appeal to Leon Henderson fin-
«b Bh n} a t a n y one tin
The regular work of adminis-
10 A. M. - 4 P. M. Saturday, tering, the selective service for ally opened the door and noth- Marion M. Copcutt, Chatham
me as exist- 10 A. M. - 1 P. M. Millburn 6- ing will be lacking. road, Short Hills 7-3044. — Adv.
the Army will continue.
[ Page i ] The Mi 11bum &> Short Hills ITEM \ December
and Chief Hayes is at your ser- roon Key, junior honorary so-
Chief Hayes vice.
We repeat, let joy alone,, be
Two Colgate ciety; Konosioni, senior honor-
ary society; the athletic gov- Most Youths
unconfined. erning board, and the outing
Stork Master • Graduates club. He has, also been a mem-
ber of the editorial board of the
Raymond T. Pierce Jr., and Most Township youths have
Maroon, student newspaper,
Let joy be unconfined—Mill-
burn's expectant ones or any To Hold Junior Richard M. Hall, received ba-
chelor of arts degrees from Col-
serving as intramural editor
already volunteered for the
armed services from indications
who may be soon or late,, can and manager this year. He has this week when registration o f
gate University Sunday when
join the Christmas festivities
with no fear as to maternity
Dinner Qance the institution held its 122nd
concentrated in economics, and
expects to enter the Army soon.
teen-age men began.
Up to Wednesday but 4 had
commencement exercises. The
reservations in Hospitals or that The Short Hills Club will hold registered as eligible and it j s
180 men graduated completed
the medico of their choice will a Junior Dinner-Dance for girls doubted if there are many more
their college work nearly six
be in service.
A new obstetrician has been
and boys from 8th-12th grades
at the club on Saturday eve-
months ahead of schedule un- Garden Club in town. There are some at col-
lege but as in past enrollments
der the accelerated program
named for the Township, a man ning, December 26th at 7:30 few have been found at home!
adopted by Colgate immediate- The Short Hills Garden Club
already practiced in all of the o'clock. Patronesses are: Mrs. The four to offer themselves
ly after Pearl Harbor. Pierce held its annual meeting and
arts and sciences of life giving, Hamilton Albaugh, Mrs. Don- this week are:
was graduated with honors in election of officers recently.
and he and his little black bag ald Arrowsmith, Mrs. Carl Ba- chemistry. Mrs. Percy S. Howe is the new Ray Edward Chisholm
will be at your beck and call d e n h a u s e n , M r s . Shepard president; Mrs. Vance Lauder- George A. Catallo Jr.
Pierce is the son of Mr. and
despite rain or sleet or gloom of Barnes, Mrs. William Betteridge, dale, vice-president, Mrs. Ham- Robert Lee Clark
Mrs. Raymond T. Pierce, 95
night. Mrs. J. Albert DeCamp Mrs. He- ilton C. Albaugh, Secretary and William T. Bradner.
Mountain View road, Millburn,
It sounds like we might be roy M. Dyckman, Mrs. Joseph and a 1939 graduate of Millburn Mrs. Ernest K. Halbach, treas- •
describing the postman but Parnham, Mrs. Claude F. G-a- High School. He is a member urer. Miss Mary Wha'ley, Mrs. A IT N
MR. AND MRS. J. H ML O
we're not. Chief J. David Hayes resche, Mrs. James Gordon, Mrs. of Phi Kappa Psi, national so- Dean Emery and Mrs. William GARRIS of Church street an-
is "it" and M. S. (Master of the Vance Lauderdale, Mrs. William cial fraternity. Hunter, are on the executive nounce the birth of a son,
Stork) is his new official title. A. Mitchell, Mrs. Van Brunt Mc- board. James Edward, at Overlook
Keever, Mrs. Donald Scott, Mrs. Richard M. Hall, Maplewood, HospitaJ on December nth.
In build and coloring most also a 1939 graduate of Millburn
would call him better "qualified James Skidmore, M^g. Harold They have another son, J. Ham.
Short. High School, is the son of Mr. THE LADIES' AUXILIARY of ilton.
to emulate Santa Claus, but he and Mrs. Harold I. Hall, 21
• Guy Bosworth American Le- •
may grow spindley legs and a Maple terrace, Maplewood. He
gion Post sponsored a party for ROSARY SHRINE'S Solemn
long bill as he flies from chim- MISS JUNE SLEEPER, 327 was vice-president o£- the sen- Christmas Novena devotions
ney pot to chimney pot de- Lupine Way, a sophomore at ior class this year, and secre- the veterans at the Lyons Hos-
will take place during the H l
livering his precious gifts. Denison University, Granville, tary of his class as a junior, pital Thursday. e
-Hour at 3:30 P. M., Sunday, D -
Chief Hayes has long been O., has been chosen as a mem- and has been a member of Ma- cember 20.
practiced and a teacher of First ber of the honorary all-Shep-
Aid and his last class has now ardson archery team.
presented him with the com- •
plete kit for emergency child- GIRL SCOUTS of Millburn,
birth calls. after sponsoring a township
Taking it and necessary canvass, have topped their 1943
courses of instruction in his budget goal of $1,500 by $25.23.
stride, he is now prepared to
fly to the bedside of any and
all in need of his services in HEATERS
The little black bag is a regu- RADIO SALES CORP.
lar part and standard equip- •'See The Mark* Brothers"
ment of the red fire wagon now, SH Millburn Ave. Millburn 6-0015
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something that will help win this ' 94 piece set
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the many -odd jobs that have to be done. You can still select
from the many quality grades we stock.
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December 18, 1942 ] The Millburn &* Short Hills ITEM 3 ]
A record was received by this operation in getting the pack- will be held three evenings a
Dance For organization which is a "Thank
You" from Frank Saleski. On
ages in the mail at the proper
week. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Those interested in
this record Frank thanks all
Service Men the organizations that contrib-
uted to the contents of the
joining may get in touch with
Mrs. T. W. Gabriel Millburn 6-
The second dance for Induc- Christmas Boxes. Many Christ- Three Graduate 0876-J.
• • LOANS
tees sponsored by the Millburn mas cards are being received
Three local women were grad- THE GARDEN STUDY CLUB
Township Citizens Committee from the boys as well as phone
of the USO will be held on calls from families of boys who uated Monday evening from a of Short Hills will meet Decem-
Monday, December 28th a t 8:30 do not have time to write to Nurses Aide Training Class. ber 21 a t the home of Mrs. F.
p. M. at the Washington thank us for their boxes. This course represents 80 hours W. Robinson, Delbarton road.
School Gymnasium. All service The project for the day will be
The Millburn Kiwanis Club of training. Those completing decorating jelly glasses as
men at home for the holidays the course were Mrs. George A. Christmas gifts for the "House
has been most helpful in deliv-
ill c most welcome to attend. ering the packages to the Short Mott, Mrs. George D. Moore and of the Good Shepard" in NEW JERSEY REALTY
Bring your own partner or let
this committee provide one for
Hills Post Office. Mr. J. M. Miss Ruth .Robinson. Orange, N. J. Also there will be COMPANY
Schwarz has made many trips A new Nurses Aide class will wreath making by the mem-
1 If you expect to attend
1 830 BROAD ST. NEWARK, N. J.
to the same Post Office with begin January 11th. This class bers,
ill you kindly call USO head- his car loaded with boxes. This
quarters, Mlllburn 8-1108. committee is grateful to Mr.
it will be appreciated if any Cahill, Short Hills Postmaster,
individuals are willing to donate and his staff for their fine co-
Christmas cookies or candies
for the party as well as tree
On December 7th, thirty boys
Come hell or high water...
• HI 1 Newark Airport were
transported by the Red Cross
Motor Corps to Paper Mill
Playhouse to see "Babes in
Give her a Bristlecomb
new window The famous brush that enhances
riMM the beauty of her hoir. A deluxe
Made while you wait, only
Kurlin Paint and Wallpaper Fuller Brushes
Company E. D. CHATTIN
Harlt Ave. Mil,. 6-20BB of Chatham
SIKINGK1KM). N. J. Hi. ,11 i-3T08 >
< r Market :i ::<;:;::
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\Cfolephonc Millburn 6-Q67Z
''Christmas would not be Christmas
a scale three to four times greater than dur-
but for the happy interchange of wishes" ing the last war . . . and the railroads must
On battle fronts all over the world deliver every day over 8,500 carloads of
America's fighting men and their allies are materials, supplies and ordnance for our
Christmas Gifts at death grips with the enemy. They must armed forces at home.
be supplied. They must be reinforced. They
Indispensable to the nation's all-out war
Latest Fiction and Non-Fiction can't wait. That's why convoys can't wait
. . . why every ship must be full-laden and
effort, America's railroads are handling all
the enormous extra demands of war pro-
Christmas Cards in its proper place in line when the convoy
gets under way.
duction and war shipments . . . absorbing
the added burdens created by greatly re-
Children's Books and Games There can be no "bottlenecks" at the ports. duced coastal shipping and truck transport
To join their convoys on schedule, merchant . . . meeting all the needs of the Fighting
ships must be loaded with speed and pre- Fronts and the Home Front and meeting
cision. That means the railroads must move, them on time.
COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD SERVICE every day, some 3,000 cars of freight and
1,000 or more cars of foodstuffs into the
AT ONE EXPENSE ports for shipment.
The Lackawanna with its major rail and
marine terminals serving the greatest At-
But remember, freight shipments to the lantic port is an important factor in our
•At Vour ports are finished products. Millions of tons •wartime transportation system. Lackawanna
Moving Odorless of raw materials must also be moved on workers realize their responsibilities in these
schedule to the places where they are to critical times. They're doing their utmost to
Storing Dry Cleaning
be converted into finished products of war. keep men and materials moving and on
Rug Cleaning Cold Storage At the same time troops are being moved on time. They know the convoys can't wait.
Alterations & Repairing
Co. Millburn Cleaners
One of America's Railroads—All Mobilized for War
OWN AND OPERATE OUR OWN PLANTS
•k BUY U. S. WAR BONDS AND STAMPS
Corner Millburn Avenue & Spring Street
Telephone: Millburn 6-2000
[ Page 4 ] The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM [ Deceiii;
Woodcrest avenue will entertain Lieut, and Mrs. R. j . s t e w a ^
Short Hills at dinner for sixteen tonight
before Mrs. Chalif's dancing
figt. Greenbaum of Louisiana are expected to
arrive Saturday to visit the
class. later's parents, Mr. and Ms r
• Takes Bride M .B. Grabhorn of Woodland
road. Mrs. Stewart is the for-
On December 3rd, in Middle- mer Mary Grabhorn. Lieut
Inez Markley town, Conn., First Sergeant Ed- Stewart, who is stationed at
ward Greenebaum, son of Mr. Camp Polk was recently pro-
and Mrs. Leo Greenebaum of moted from second to first
OP THE WEEK
Soldier !r Bride Woodcrest avenue, took as his Lieutenant.
bride Miss Elizabeth Rollason
On December 12, in the rec- daughter of Rev. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Han-
By Edith Clifford tory of the Church of the As- D. Rollason. The couple spent away of Knollwood road, spent
sumption, Morristown, Miss Inez their honeymoon in New York. last week-end in Shrewsbury;
Most of the holiday season's Ridley Watts 3rd, son of Mr.
activities will run along the and Mrs. Watts of Northern
Hoagland Markley, daughter of Sgt. Greenebaum, who has the guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Mark- Forest Smith.
lines of the college and school drive, a student at the Ponfret been attached to the 2nd Bat-
groups that are arriving home ley of 41 Grosvenor road, was talion, Headquarter's Company, Mrs. Dean Emery of High-
School, Conn., will be home for married to Sergeant Richard
for their winter vacations. Many the holidays. in Hawaii, for the past year, re- land avenue, has gone to Vir-
colleges and school are having Anthony Dunne, U S.A., son of turned to the States to attend ginia for the winter where s e h
Lieut. Preston T. Coursen, who Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Dunne Officer's Training School, Fort is visiting her brother.
a prolonged vacation, due to has spent a 22 day furlough
the saving of fuel. Although it of Convent. Rev. Edward J. Bennlng, Ga. His bride will re- Mr. and Mrs. W. Douglas
with his parents, Mr. and Mr. Barrett, performed the cere- main temporarily with her par- Peters of Richmond, Va., de-
will not be the holiday parties- and Mrs. H. Preston Coursen of
as-usual, there will always be mony. A reception followed at ents* until Sgt. Greenebaum re- parted on Saturday for their
Knollwood road, left last week- the Short Hills Club. ceives his commission. home, having visited the for-
some fun and merrymaking end for Tacoma, Wash. Lieut.
when the younger set gather. Coursen is with the U. S. 87th
The bride appeared in an The bride is a graduate of mer brother and his wife,, Mrs,
• M o u n t a i n Infantry, better
ivory satin gown trimmed - with Northfield Seminary and at- and Mrs. W. K. Allen Ferguson
Home • from. Vassar for the known as the Ski Troop. '
Chantilly lace and a Juliet cap tended the Yale School of Mu- of Baltusrol way. Mrs. Fergv
holidays, are the Misses Mary-
Miss" Anne Stidger, daughter
of Chantilly lace, trimmed with sic for two years and was a has recently concluded a
Kay Kelly, daughter of the Mer-
of Dr. and Mrs. Ivan R. Stidger
orange blossoms, caught the il- member of the Westminster to Louisville,, Ky., when I K
win Kellys of Windemere ter- lusion veil. She carried camel- choir of Princeton for two years. visited her mother, Mrs. Omu
race, Katherine Stevens, daugh- of Baltusrol way, is expected lias, bouvardia and stephanotis. C. Mead.
home l;his week-end from Alle- Her husband is a graduate of
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard Miss Barbara Jane Hoffman Millburn High School and Col- Miss Emma S. Plorance
Stevens Jr., of Windemere ter- gheny College for the holidays. was her sister's only attendant. East lane, was a recent guol
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. C. Ko- gate, class of 1939, where * he
race and Claudia Garesche,
now of Knollwood road, will
She wore a French blue velvet was a member of the Ice Hockey of Mrs. Marshall Geer ol
daughter of the Claude F. Ga- gown and hat and carried pink and La Crosse teams. He de- York, formerly of Short Hills.
resches of Hillside avenue. entertain at dinner on Satur- camellias. Amos Chalif of Bamsdale road
day. Their guests will be: Mr. parted last week for Fort Ben-
* Corporal Edward F. Dunne ning. has graduated from the O- f
Mrs. Rudolph Muller of Old and Mrs. Kenneth Hoag, Mr. ficers Training School at Miami
Jr., was best man for his broth-
Lanter Farm, Fort Worth, Texas, and Mrs. Ray Kaesshaefer and er. • Beach a n d is now stationed at
departed for her home last Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ellwanger, # Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Morrison Field, West Palm
week, after visiting her broth- all of Short Hills. The bride is the daughter of Franklin Miessner of Sundown, Beach. He is now a 2nd Lieu-
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Tyler of the late Mrs. Grace Hoagland Morristown, formerly of Short tenant in the U.S.A. Air Corps.
Mrs. Frederick Schwanhausser Princeton, formerly of Short Markley. She is a graduate of Hills, have issued invitations * Vance Lauderdale, a student
Jr. of Hobart avenue, for .a Hills, will spend the holiday Short Hills Country Day School, for the wedding of their daugh- at Harvard, will stfend the
month. Mrs. Muller's and Mrs. season with her son and his Kent place and was a senior at ter Jane Eleanor and Richard holidays with his parent to
Schwanhausser's mother, Mrs. wife, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ty- Wellesley College. S e r g e a nt Kurts Beauchamps of Raton, and Mrs. Vance Lauderdale o l
Anton Schmid, accompanied ler, who have recently moved Dunne was a student at Notre New Mexico. The wedding will Forest drive. His brother Ger-
the former to Forth Worth and to Summit. Dame University when he en- take place at the MJessner resi- ald, of t h e Deerfield School
will remain for the winter. Miss Mrs. Archie B. Quarrier has listed. He is stationed with the dence on December 26 at 7 P. Mass., will also spend his vaca-
Doris Schwanhausser arrived returned to her Ferncliff ter- Air Force at Spence Field, Ga. M. tion a t home.
yesterday from Wellesley Col- race home, having visited her The couple will live in Moultoe
lege and will spend her Christ- son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Ga.
and Mrs. Sidney S. Quarrier of
mas vacation at home.
Lee Campbell of Knollwood Hartford, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dietze of Who ever had enough TRAYS?
road, a student at Ashville Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lake road, have rented a home
School, N. C, is at home recov- J. S. Bacheller of 31 Baltusrol on Twin Oak drive and will • big ones — little ones — painted
ering from pneumonia. He will way, last Saturday included move there the end of Decem- ones. Wood—tin—glass. All ready to
not return to school until after the former's parents, Dr. and ber. On January 1st, they will hold Christmas cheer. $2.00 to $22.00
the holiday. His brother Worth- Mrs. Herbert Schulte, Mrs. Don- depart for Palm Beach, -Fla.,
ington Campbell, Jr., a senior
at Harvard, is expected home
ald Swatland and Miss Mary
Smith, all of Newark.
Miss Betsy Lyon, a student at
where they will spend the sea-
AT BETTY TELFER'S 521 Millburn Ave., Short Hills
this week-end tor his vacation.
Miss Dorothy Ann Mclntire, Wellesley College, arrived yes-
who attends Smith College, ar- terday to spend Christmas va-
rives today to spend her vaca- cation with her parents, Mr.
tion with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin P. Mclntire of Haw-
and Mrs. John A. Lyon of Haw-
A Change In Delivery Service
thorne road. Miss Betty Ann Mitchell of
Our gasoline allotment has been drastically cut in order to provide more fuel
for the fighting forces. This, together with the difficulty of obtaining drivers
makes it necessary to have
i 5 OPEN EVERY NIGHT
No Morning Or Special Deliveries
• Shop in comfort! and be sure of a
Only 1 Delivery A Day (Afternoon)
good selection. Plenty of clerks to
If you're looking for. last-minute
P. T. D.
Christmas Trees, Wreaths,
suggestions, come in, we're full of
them. Here's a list of just a few.
FLOWERS BY WIRE Poinsettias, Coned Boughs, Etc.
FOR WOMEN cross the country
PHOENIX HOSIERY, SILK UNDERWEAR, GOWNS, IN A FLASH We suggest you order early, as there will be
MARY BARRON OR MOVIE STAR SLIPS • • •
SWEATERS — BAGS — GLOVES — ROBES The perfect Christmas gift
that always arrives.
No Delivery On Christmas Day
BLOUSES — DRESSES
But The shop, however, will be open.
FOR MEN PLEASE ORDER N O W
Last minute service is out for
ARROW SHIRTS, NECKTIES, HANDKERCHIEFS —
the duration. The government
SOCKS, HICKOCK BELTS, BUCKLES, JEWELRY says "save gas and tires."
GLOVES'— SWEATERS — MUFFLERS — JACKETS DELIVERY GUARANTEED
Marx's only on orders placed on
or before December 23 305 Millburn Avenue Millburn 6-0434, I
315 Millburn Avenue
December 18, 1942 ] The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM [ Page 5 ]
ler of Morris Turnpike at the sel, Mrs. O. D. Settle, Mrs. C.
Racquets Club home of Miss Murial Boehm of
Claremont drive. Most of those
A. Hill, Miss Elizabeth Wurts,
Miss Kathleen Mallon and Mrs.
Robert Wilkinson of Short Hills,
Supper attending were members of the
Junior class at Millburn High
Miss Dorothy Whitfield of Mill-
burn and Mrs. William Medor
On Tuesday night, Miss Mona
On Saturday, the Racquets School. Wolcott of Darien, Conn., and of New York.
Club held a very successful Vic- Mrs. Sidney H. Brown Jr., has Mrs. Robert Homestead of Little Mr. and Mrs. Hill will give a
tory supper. Part of the admis- returned to her home in Bal- Silver, gave a miscellaneous dinner tonight, before the re-
sion was scrap of many kinds timore, Md., having visited her shower and bridge in honor of hearsal. Week-end guests at the
needed in the war effort. Guests Hill residence are Mrs. Hill's Is your Christmas shopping
mother-in-law, Mrs. Brown of Miss Gertrude Braman Hill, finished? If not, save the time
received defense stamps to wear, Jefferson avenue. whose marriage to Robert Mal- sisters-in-law, Mrs. Calvin D.
evidence of contributing to the Braman and Mrs. W. I. Braman usually spent doing the laundry,
Mrs. Bancroft Gherardi, for- colm Curtis will be consumated for clearing up the odds and
scrap pile. The decorations were December 19 at Christ Episco- of Rochester.
merly of Birch lane, has pur- ends of shopping. Save time
o a patriotic motif with Ameri-
f pal Church. Last Saturday night Mr. and
chased the Lake avenue home and yourself, by calling Morey
can flags and V for victory Gifts were presented in red Mrs. Frederick D. Brown of
of Mr. and Mr\ A. E. Dletze. La Rue Laundry. Remember,
signs predominating. and white and were tied on a Cedar Grove, entertained in
Mrs. Gherardi is staying with Hostess Service for fine linens.
During cocktails and supper, Christmas tree. honor of Miss Hill and Mr. Ctfr-
Mrs. William K. Wallbridge of tis. *
an accordionist entertained. Jefferson avenue, until the end Both Miss Wolcott and Mrs. Childhood is the time to teach
Later there were selections by of this month when she will Homestead, the former Miss • the youngsters to ice skate and
the Racquets Club Glee Club, take possession of her new Peggy Settle, will be brides- Mrs. Donald Scott, Short Hills ski. On our nearby ponds and
composed of sixteen members. home. maids at the wedding. The chairman of the benefit bridge hills they can enjoy the healthy
Mrs. Zendon Barnes lead the
Returning on Wednesday for party was given at the home held October 31st, for Overlook winter sports. Harvey J. Tiger's
group in the rendering of of the latter's parents, Mr. and Hospital, Summit, announces Sport Shop has the kind of
a month's vacaction from Mas-
Johnny Doughboy and White Mrs. Oswald D. Settle of Had- that of the $2,520. cleared, $500. skates and skis you will want
sar College, was Miss Carol
Christmas. Rodney Fell, leader donfield road. Guest attending is credited to Short Hills sup- for your child.
Benedict, daughter of Mr. and
ni ihe Glee Club, accommo- the shower included Mrs. James port. The money will be used
Mrs. Purdy F. Benedict of High- to replenish the linen fund. Be the thoughtful holiday
iliiid with several numbers. S. Gibbons of East Orange, Mrs.
land avenue. hostess. Keep Christmas cook-
The evening was rounded out Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Stra- Merritt Budd of Chatham, Mrs. ies, cakes, and goodies on hand
with group singing, dancing and han of Whitney road, enter- Eric H. Foster, Miss Edith Wes- FIREPLACE WOOD for the unexpected visitor. II
the raffling of a War Bond Any dralred length. Not thoroughly your taste runs to fruit cakes,
tained at a buffet supper on HI'UKUIMXI but It burns suttsfaetxn-Uy.
which was won by Mrs. A. A. Sunday. The occasion was to Delivered within 20 miles of Morris- Ritter's will melt in your mouth.
Clarkson. celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Bendix REPAIRS town. Per cord
FRESH COW MANURE
$18.00 For party cakes, rich mince
The next event at the Rac- Donald W. Taylor and M. C. pies and fancy desserts, choose
"See The Marks Bros." None of the eood rhnmlrals lea«hed these specialties at Ritter's. Give
quets Club will be the formal Diedrich, neighbors of the away! *•« e «\n
RADIO SALES CORP. Per load (about two tons) 3>1»-"" holiday orders early.
dance on New Year's Eve. Strahans. Those attending were 3SST Millburn Avenue
Mrs. Diedrich, Mr. Taylor, Mr. H. F. KANNKY, Happy Hill Farm, *
Millburn 6-0015 B. F. D. 1, MoirrUtovrn, N. J. You will probably never see
A surprise birthday party was and Mrs. Harold M. Kain, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Claus and Mr. a finer or more unusual dis-
held Friday, December 11 in play of exciting new furniture
l urn in- of Miss Marianne Muel- and Mrs. S. W. Toole.
than now being shown at Fisher
GIFTS FOR YOUR FRIENDS Furniture Galleries. Whether
you select an occasional table,
EQUIPxVIENT FOR YOUR TABLE chair or desk, rest assured it
CENTRAL ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR HOME
will be fine furniture in every
Have you an attractive cen-
(gtftJ THE FINEST ENGLISH CHINAS HERE FOR YOU
terpiece for your table for the
holidays? Harth, The Florist,
has many sizes and styles from
which to select. Make your
home festive with a Christmas
Lucien Lelong EDMISTON tree, holly and wreathes from
CHINA GLASS GIFTS Girls, are we lucky? Right in
H. H. Ayers LAMPS TRAYS SILVER town at the Millburn Men's
Close at Hand Shop are plenty of ideas for
and up Old South 330 Springfield Avenue, Summit, N. J. the boy friend's Christmas. Ar-
row merchandise in shirts and
Houbigant ties; Fownes tried and trued
gloves. Shop for your men at
Corday's Millburn Men's Shop.
Bourjois Fine Selection of There are so many things that
would be welcome on Christmas
for I I I M - Living morning that w 3 don't buy for
ourselves. 'Frinstance, a beau-
Woodbury Sets tiful jewelite, * comb-brush-mir-
Williams Sets Christmas Trees ror set, a box f-f Old Spice or
Yardley ^toiletries for the ladies:
. Stanley Sets Cigars, pipe, cigarettes, pen and
pencil or Stag products for the
- Shave Brushes men. Dolls, blocks and toys for
the kiddies. Yes, you can get
Pipes these and other gifts by muk-
ing just one stop , ha i i ¥ Bis
Tobacco Natural Wreaths jer's Pharmacy »1 the Four
for doors and windows. Made *
of Hemlock, White Pine, Prin- Folks living at T.irkey Hill
MILLBURN i 17)
H Ij HP?
cess Pine and Holly. Nicely
decorated with ribbons, ber-
Cottage, Summit, have no prob-
lem in last minute .shopping.
Only two blocks from shopping
ries, cones, etc. Lower Prices. center, transportation ar.d traf-
fic is of no concern to them.
Don't engage a room before see-
ing what Turkey Hill ba.a to
Christmas Plants offer.
Don't you adore Suburban Ap-
POINSETTIAS CYCLAMEN parel Shoppe's Christmas win-
dow? The gifts are surely ap-
pealing. Besides date dresses,
DISH GARDENS MANY OTHERS such as dreams are made of,
EVERY DAY AT Mistletoe, Table Center Pieces
are gifts to fit everyone's purse.
Miss Swank slips are cut to
Roping Branches, etc. keep your silhouette smooth
[DAVE'S MARKET] SOUTH MOUNTAIN NURSERIES Their all wool sweaters supply
added warmth during fuel ra-
tioning. Suburban carries
complete line of pastel blouses
317 MILLBURN AVENUE for the popular two-piece
Millburn Ave., at Vaux Hall Rd. Millburn 6-1330 dresses and suits. —Adv.
PHONE MILLBURN 6 1730 FOR FREE DELIVERY
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Friday Saturday Sunday M onday
18 19 2O 21 22 24
Youns; "CALLING DR. QILL.ESPIB." PWlljl Dom,
Barrymore, Decemfbeo- 22-24.
CASTLE, 1115 Clinton Avenue.
"YOU CAN'T ESCAPE FOREVER." Q«or*» Brent,
Brenda Marshall; "OHCHE'STKA WIVEiS." Olenn Miller,
Ann Rutherford, December 20-23. "NOW, VOYAGER.'" Betto
Davja, Paul Henreld, Dece*nilx>r 23-26.
PAPER MILL PLAYHOUSE * NEWARK
AMERICAN LEOION — Meets Fourth Thursday 0: each
'•BABES IN TOYLAND," Donald Gage Stephanie Tu- BRANFORD, 11 Branford Place. month, 8 P. M., Reoreatlon Building, Taylor Park.
rash, December 18-19. Dec. 2G-Jan. 2. FORTRESS," "BEHIND THB 8 BALL," AMERICAN LRQION AUXILIARY — Meets seoond Tuet-
cember 18-22. day of each month, I P. M., Recreation Buildlnc, Taylor
STANLEY, 33 South Orange Avenue. CATHOLIC DAUQHTERS — Meats seoond and fourtb
Monday of each month, I-.30 P. M., St. Rose of Lima
"WAKE ISLAND." B, Donlsvy, R, Preston; "GBT HBP School Hall.
TO LOVE." Gloria Jean, Cora Sue Collins, Donald O'Con- CASA COLOMBO CIVIC ASSOCIATION meet* first
» are nor, December 18-24.
iccMTt.lt at press % Friday or each month at 7:00 o'clock P. M.
time — but Theatres FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, Continental Lode* -
s o m e t i m e ' champ* PARAMOUNT, Market Street. Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each month, ( P. M.,
their mini*. "FLYING TIGERS," John Wayne, John Carroll, Anna First National Bank Bulldlnc.
Lee; "YOUTH ON PARADE," John. Hubbard. Ruth Terry. ITALIAN-AMERICAN ASSOCIATION — Meets the first
Deosnrinr 18-23. Tuesday ot each month at Maaonlo Hall. Bank Bulldlnc.
• MILLBURN JOCKKT HOLLOW FIELD TRIAL CLUB — Meets tblrd
Wednesday of each month, t P. M.. Rsereaxlon BUIMIIIK,
"NOW VOYAOBH," Bette Davis, Gladys Cooper, Paul * RKO PROCTORS. 116 Market Street. Taylor Park.
ll.iiiviii; "MOONLIGHT IN HAVANA." December 18. "THUNDER BIRDS." Gene Tlorney, Preston BVwter, KIWANIS CLUB. — Meets at Chantlcler vnrr Weflnei-
"CAIRO," J. MacDunaM, Robert YounK, Ethel Waters; John Sutton, December 18-22. day noon for luncheon and program.
"CALLINO DR. GILLERPIBV Philip Dorn, L. Barrymore. LADIES AUXILIARY OF CASA COLOMBO — Meet!
nber 19-21. "WAKE ISLAND," B. Donlevy, R. Pres- third Friday of each month, t:IO P. M. a t Club House, 1<>
ton, W o . Bendtx; "QET HBP TO LOVR," CHorl-a Joan, Main Street, Millburn.
c'oia .Sim Collins, Donn lit O'Connor. December 22-25. LADIES AUXILIARY OF ST. ROSE OF LIMA'S
CHUIRCH meets first Monday of each month at appointed
• UNION place to be named at previous moetln*.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS — Meets first and third
'A YANK AT BTON." Mickey Rooney. Freddie 1,1 Thursday of eaoh month, 8:80 P. M.. Bt. Rose ot Lima
tboloaww: "SIN TOWN." Constance Bennett, Brod Craw- Church.
1.1. December 18-19. "YOU CAN'T ESCAPE SXJRBVER." WYOMING CLUB — Club dinner. »eeond Saturday ot MASONIC CLUB — Meets the first Tuesday of each
Georfce Bract, Brenila Marshall; "ORCHESTRA W1VKS," each month at 7 P. M Games and entertainment follow. month In the Masonic Club rooms, Bank Bulldlnc, Millburn.
1:1. n.L MUlor, Ann Rutherford. December 20-22. "TALES OF MBSN'S CLUB — St. Stephen's Churob — Meets third
MANHATTAN." Charles Uoyer, Rita Hayworth; "A MSN'S NIGHT at Wyoming Club every Monday nlKht Thursday or each month — 8:15—Parish House, 1J5 Main
HAUNTINCi WTS WILL QO," Laurel and Hardy, Decem- Bridge, ping pong and other eamea, 8 P. M. Street.
ber 23-as. "NOW. VOYAGER," Bette Davis, Gladys Coop- MILLBURN COMMUNITY COUNCIL—Mssts second Wed-
••r, "MIJONUCHT IN HAVANA," Allan Jones, Jane JUNIOR COMMANDO'S meet every Friday a t 7:30 In nesday of June, October, December, February and April at
!''r,imv. Dwember 25-28. Recreation House, Taylor Park. the Barberry Corner Tea Room.
MILLBURN REPUBLICAN CLUB — Meets the fourth
* SUMMIT Thursday of each month, 1:00 P. M.
MILLBURN ROTARY CLUB — Meats at the Chantlcler
STKAND each Tuesday noon for luncheon and pros-ram.
u>n I•*". 1 1 . Albert
• '. 1. AX SPITFIRE'S ELK1>HANT, • i,upe Velfi, Leon
NK. 1 -. > I J L 1 111. ,\. I . . ' .
EVENTS ORDER OP EASTERN STAR. Continental Chapter —
il':i i | . third ot each month, I . "
Meets !first! i and I'll 10 Wednesday t — M e e t s second andPfour!
Tnursds 1 • • MSB month
1 1 . 1 . . 1 .
1 . i n i . i i
M.. FlrBt N a t i o n * ! B n
.SENIOR ASSEMBLY DANCE, Racquets Club, December SOUTH MOUNTAIN CIVIC ASSOCIATION monthly
Briol, H T H I I L T 20-22: "O.EORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT
HERB, ' Jack Benny, Ann Sheridan; "SUBMARINE HAID- 23 I'd. meeting held third Thursday of sash month. Wm. Fanning,
Greenwood Drive, secretary.
1 " in'rite Chapman. Deccember 23- ANNUAL II1CI1 SCHOOL Conoetl, AIIMIUM, High Au- WASHINGTON ROCK ROD AND OUN CLUB — Meet"
.In..num. TliuiHday, February 18fh. first ana third Thursday of each month 8 P. M. Recreation
U.B.O. DANCE at TT.S.O. H»adquart«r«, AVashin ,i.u Building, Taylor Park.
LYRIC School for Bvrvioe M»n, Monday, December 28th, 8::!n P.M WOODMEN OF THB WORLD — Meets third Tnursaiy
• ' i\ •
' . • 1:1:1; " I ;«-i 11- D.-u-is, • :i 1.1. Cooper. Paul of each month, 8 P. M., First National Bank Building.
WYOMING ASSOCIATION — Council meets second Tues-
• 1 • 1 M
11. , . , ' U !
day of each month except July and August, a t 8:30 r. «•
In Wyoming Club House, Linden Street. Arthur Sawytr,
* MADISON Secretary. ,
" T H U N D B U B n i n S . " I ' I ••. . . . i . I. ; i , Sutton,
1 lane Tiernsy; \DA-KINa XO\ KJ H A M . " 1 mfcer 18-19.
'.'CALLING lilt. C1ILLB3PIE," rliiiii, Darn, 1.. B a m
in, . . . " P I K R R S O S
T H E P L A I > S , " Di o I n b e r SO 22, " F l IB
MaeMurmy, p. rjoddsud;
Smith, Ailiu" .I11.lv. 11 , • , „ , ! „ ,
, MILLBURN PUBLIC LIBRARY
day and Thursday from I P. M. to
nesday, Friday and Saturday from
will be open on Mon-
9 P. M.; Tuesday. Wed-
10 A. M. to 6 P. M.
BARBERRY CORNER — 33 Taylor street. MilUm™
* MORRISTOWN Childrena Department will be open from 2 P. M. to 6 P.
M. "dally and 10 A. M. to 6 P. M. on Saturday. ii .inn <;-1738) weekday dinners 6:30-8:00, Sunday, « au
• :\in. Closed Monday's.
COMMUNITY, South Street. HIGHWAY TO HBAVEN, by Cecils Hulse MaUchat. rnio r.HOOK — Route 24. Summit (summit ?" 43 * 3)
• • p 1 . i - i ; . 1 •!•:,•• O e o r e a S a n d M ••. B m I » - I1 That dry. ruatllns sound you hear when eccentric wllU Music by Qua Steck and his orchestra. Luncheon 7f>. ">•
••• 1 :, S t ' 1 . '<•' r ! ''-24, are read is not a froe In the lawyer's throat but the ner $1.50. No cover charge. Weekdays minimum $1.60; n»'-
Knufttly uhuckle of the departed, tickled to death — and HI .1 ' • S2.60.
beyond — by their own Ingenuity. A lost will and teata- 1:1.1 |.) LANTERN TEA ROOM — Boulevard * 8pTl^ft
PARK infnt must be more tun to work out than a cross-word i l l Avenue, Summit (SUmmJt 6- 1613) Summits oian
.VEX SWEETHEARTS.11 1. ni.r- 1 1 lirayson. Van puzzle. You will find the latest example In "Highway to
Hi>f!ln: " j r s r O F F BBOAOWAT,' 1. J •. >. t MoUn. Marjorte
tea room. Luncheon 40c - »0c. Tea served from 2-».
Hi J •. i ' n . "
1. mbar 1S-19. l.'il-;:' iii-1 THB UKDB8-
ner 86c - $1.00. Supper 75c. A la carte until 8 P. M-
WORLO UAtJOH YOUR BLUKK AWAY." I).-, ••iiiln-r 2<i- TIME RUNS OUT By Henry J. Taylor la by the last CANNON BALL INN — 120 Morris Avenue. Springfield
24. American permitted in and out of Germany. "As we 1 A; 1 c-1444) Historic Landmark. Home Cookin*. ' j U n '^
turn the pases, meet the great military, political and busi- son NIX - SI.00. Dinner 85c - *1.25. Sunday Supper 7 " .
ness figures in England, Finland. Sweden, Germany, Switz- llQ ',
JERSEY ! erland, France, Spain and Portugal, It becomes clear that CHANTICLER — Millburn Avenue, Millburn .-
'•(!K;.ltciK WASHINGTON R A P T H E W S . " J:i••!-: Beany, t iu; forces arrayed againat us are almost beyond ordinary 6-1464) Smart supper club. Mace Irl«h and his <>rclie"'r .
Ann Sheridan; "iiKSTINATION U N K N O W N , " W U U u n li.-u- comprehension. 1 neon 65o & $1.00. Dinner $1.60x - $2.50, Saturday **
Biin, Irene Hervey, December 18-24. $2.75. No couvert, Weekday minimum fl.60. Saturday »».»v.
"ONE MORE SUCH VICTORY," By Ursula Parrott — CROCKEBS — 5 Old Short Hills Road. MUlburn (Mil-
SOUTH ORANGE That nothing succeeds like success Is truer and grimmer burn 6-0928) Historic Homestead near Paper Mill Playn"u" '
in i t nia. Parrott's novel than you might suspect from Luncheon BOc, Dinner 85c - $1.10. Sunday $100 - ••*•
acquaintance with the smoothly executed romantic patters
CAMEO she usually follows. This story has a sting: to it. Brightly No lluuor. Closed Mondays.
CONDOR — 289 West Northfleld Avenue. Livingston
• PANAMA HATTIE," Ann Bothern, Red Sketton: iiii.ii-il ami sleekly sophisticated, it manages a t the same
'ORAND I'RNTRAL MURDER," Van Hftflfn. Patricia thru to unmask its characters, letting you see the lines (Livingston 6-0537) Recently redecorated, nice place 1
Dune. JDeopmlwr 18. "A YANK A T ETON." Mickey Rooney, Ihapplnasi and the pallor of loneliness they so care- .1. In 1 In"" .::.. 1.inner $1.25 - $2.00. Nick S"116'
Fivrl.i. 1 1: : . : "NIGHT IN N E W i > l , u : \ S." De iiiiiy hiiii- iiini i IH< public .and from one another. Sudden 1 Is H.I on vvt^ek-ends.
. , • 19 •: "TO1 1 . I'T E 1CAPB 1-MI:I .\ BR." 1 k-™ • • fame and lta cash rewards are glittering stuff, aa Miss i ii IQSHOLM — 309 Mt. Pleasant Avenue. , hW eid
^ " " ' — ent c
... . . . . hall; "ORCHESTRA WTVKS." Glenn Parrotl agrees, but what are the penalties? Her answer la Orann (Oraow »7( Swedish Restaurant, auiM
1 •., • • . . • • . •. i • mbi t tS-U. in i e n .!.•..[ of Now York life. I asl i Lone] , s5c - ( l . i o . Dinner $1.50 - ••", ,,.,
MA Kli.'.s — 35 M;,ii, Stl Millburn (Millburn 6 "J 7 a u r ;
Copies of nil tho publications ot the State Local De-
* EAST ORANGE teti i.nreau are also on file at the library. These may be
N'ewly and completely redecorated cocktail bar a n a re*
» i I " 1, for Italian spaghetti. Luncheon »6O.
. 1 , " , . .I by anyone who lives or works in the townahlo.
HOLLYWOOD, Central Avenue at Harrison. Tho .inin.'iin Library is now a, free public library and 86c. Spaghetti and meat balls SOc. M,,,
"MOON AND SIXPHM •'! •.' • .binders, IIHI.. there is no charge for borrowing: books. NEW Mil i i i i . i _ 200 Main Street. MUlburn IM -
Marshall. December 18-20. "I MAB1UED A WITCH," hum 6-1476) Specialism In Italian m rtoaa f gpot
V e r o n i c a I^ake. Cecil K e l l a w a y . December 21-23. WHEN N E X T WE MEET, by Relta Lambert. When in Hi-, ii'...... \ (otoi.. Room I la carte. "
Tom Manley made up his mind that the »lrl — whose hair for banquets aad parties.
was the color of straw and reminded him of harvest time llle
* ORANGE i tl Sweaen — -was bored with hwr dancine partner, he cut OLD UXLL I.N'N — Morrlstown Road, B e r " " f l B S f o r
In »ml waltzed her over to the bar. Over old-£ashlon«ds [BErnardsville 70) A good ending for a Sunday a r p , n n e r
EMBASSY, 349 Main Street. thay Introduced themselves informally—Tom and Mona. It's dlnnei or a weekday afternoon tea. Luncheon 7DC.
11.4(1 i ' in dinner $1.00. Supper 76c.
"A YAM i BTON," Mi.'k..y Boonsy, Fraddl* B w a Btor* ol i i ••• cenerabion, taking life as they
rind II. wtilcb i • 'mi r 11 • >: • v": j aa carefree as they like to I'AI.S CABIN - Prospsol and Baffle Rock ^""ui
• "SIN TOWN." Constance Bennett, Kn.i Craw- v
• CORann 3-5633) Pine room s e t t l n s i»
• . 18-19. "TALKS OF MANHATTAN." preti-ni. A
"i charcoal broiled . • I imobeoa 60c - "»°- 1 J
1 harlo • . Rita Kayworth '•; 1:1 i ; 1:1 IGNEJMIBS,"
•i BAREST ' . i ' i i i ; r i , :. ; . ra from famous song to '- i" ta $1.00 - $6.00. g ,
Cral SI .1 • Bmoi or: "] >fK*mb*r 20-J2. " 1 ffl
... '. • ••. : P n u l 1 1 . i n• i . l . " M i H '.:•• 1 . 1 1 : i n 1 th^ir J.I i . .. : . ..,:.i ..iii.ii !i. Paul Elboffen, with '." - .1 Road, W e s t O ™ n B ® i ? r an.i
Mi, I i l i a n .!'•!.• •. .I.III. F l i s ie I '• -• . - i i 1 1 . H . , - :••: 2 8 , an introduction by Hendrlk "WlllPm Van Loon —• Read It 1018) [i naJ • atmosphere. Buddy 'T, jn No
. . . . read it backward, or itarl i:i rim middle and go IMH sroslo. Lunoh ... . . . 50- D m a e r $1.00 - '" ^ the
either way — it matters not at all how you take "Dearest •'>-r ..' i mum • • h d'oeuvres
* IRVINGTON Mother," you will find it eciually charming. You will find 1
s) I ."' to 6:00 w e e k d a y s . n 2.
\i in .Hi . iI<Mntial, but that, as Mr. Van Loon points out TOKY'S — 21 .. h Avenue. N e w a r k . < « « c * „ , .
SANFORD. Springfield Avenue at Sanforc! i n b "'•" i • l
".' • . ' • • ' I ..•'!' • • ]
• * > • "' • !i
. i i - '• . o a « o a r - ;
''"•• I i ' mdlns luncheon and dinner reu
tlculai n . g h t m a r e is Hitler, 01 Htti ihlto, or inflation of the '"'• l(c ' ; . . la oart*. DtnB«r » la carte.
kfJS HA.TTA1 " Ciartei So! Rita tnam.
i-urrency, 01 iSeflatli i th .ii'1 I, rou Cbn find at tea
Rl I I- I. .1 !,u Hoi • .', 1 . 1 . .
•..'., • . rele« ! ona II Ir tbla Dion i at skillfully u.t.IAM PITT T A V E R N — U Main s t r e f > t ' ^ dinner
. 1 • : 1 •. • I I . 1 .I . • . : I 1 • Iunoheon
',.|. |>l : . . r , •!,,, I 1 1 chaasn .mi d e v e r l j (dUed l e t t e r ! troro ch!lar»o ,, : their • » ' ' i : c . Jfrfav dlonei
... .... i, i. • h Dinner 95c - $ 1 1 0 . Burm*»
• !•' •.. • • K1O, ' J i ! i.-
$1.10. Bu l.i . ..
i r 18, 194a]
The Millburn & Short Hills ITEM [ Page 7 ]
> < > < > ooo<xxx <x>o
JACK COE, son of Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Stars of "Babes Mrs. Ralph Coe of Mt. View liam H. Buie, 32 Marion avenue,
road, has withdrawn from will leave the Syracuse Uni-
Penn State College and has en- versity Saturday for a two-week
In Toyland" listed in the U. S. N. R. He was Christmas holiday. Miss Buie is
sworn in Friday, the day be-a junior in the College of Fine
While it might be difficult fore his eighteenth birthday. Arts majoring in illustration.
for any, of the numerous p a - His father served with the U. •
trons of the Paper Mill Play- S.N.R. during World War I. Get in the Scrap!
to say what they like Jack left Monday to be ini- Keep 'Em Firing — With Junk!
1 in the present production tiated into Thetha Xi Fratern-
Ictor Herbert's "Babes I n ity at Penn State and returned
Toyland," perhaps t h e most home Tuesday with his sister
! original and beautiful of this Peggy, who is a sophomore at
season, most of the adults would the same college. Model
\ probably agree on t h e rollick- Upholstering Co. Lingerie
j mg humor of t h e two pirates, 3S8 MUlburn Are. Millburn 6-0884
Gorgonzola and Roquefort a n d MISS DOLORES F. BUIE, (Nest to Washington School Yard) Pure Silk Sli^s 2.95 Others from 1.19
on the exquisite performance Lavishly trimmed or smartly tailored
j o the corps de ballet led by Luxite Spun-lo Panties or Vests from 69c
• Thalia Mara.
Paul Reed, who plays Gor-
•APER MILLBURN, N . J.
5 Minutes \V:ilk from I.iu kiiwiinnn
Barbizon Slips, Blouses, Pajamas, Gowns
Our lines of famous-make lingerie will de-
gonzola the pirate, is already
well known to local audiences
MILL R. II. Station and P. 8. Baa Stop
light the most fastidious. All gifts are attrac-
tively boxed free.
by his appearance »as Franz
Schubert in "Blossom Time,"
Phone SHort Hills 7-3000
Frank Carringrton, Director Full Fashioned Hose
Grandet in "Naughty Marietta,"
NOW I1 I \ 1 I M I
Famous m a k e s of
the Prince in "Sweethearts," hosiery — the ever-
VICTOR HERBERT'S MUSICAL FANTASY welcome Christ m a s
and the Sergeant of Police in gift.
'"rtie Pirates of Penzance." Peo-
ple are glad to have him back
BABES IN TOYLAND" from 7 9 c pair
again after his successful run HUN Mil <iAC!K, STKI'HANJJS TUBA8H, VAVL HKKI). ELIZABETH Also complete stock
on Broadway where h e appeared HOUSTON, JOHN < IIKItKY. THOMAS BARRAGAN. VOLANOA III- of G o t h a m G o l d
in "The New Moon," "The PACHINI. GBOKGB I.11TON, I K I : I H : K H : TERSSON, MII.DKKII
Stripe, Quaker a n d
HICKAPK, IIAVK8 UOKUO.N, EUWIN AIJtlUM.W. *
"As You Like It."
Merry Widow," and "La Vie
KVM. 8:3* — 55c, $1.10, S1.65, »».«0
John Cherry, who plays the
Mate. Wed. & Sat. 8:30 — S5e, 85c. (1.10
Tickets Now at Box Office—All J. J. Hockcnjoa Co. Stores,
Red Cross Shoes
role of Roquefort t h e second Kresge Department Store. Newark The famous shoes that com-
bine comfort with smart
pirate is more of a newcomer styling.
at the Playhouse but not on
the stage in general as he be- 6.95 pair
gan his career at t h e age of
seven, his first appearance be-
ing in "The Chimes of Nor-
mandy." A native of Australia,
he has toured most of Asia and
CATULLO'S FOR FINK
Ladies , Bedroom
Slippers 1.00 up
For The Kiddies
Africa and in this country has
filled engagements in New York A BIG SELECTION OF
C. Fields, Charles
n d George M. Co- WARM SNOW SUITS
I appearance was Our children's department is complete-
ly stocked with items to meet the needs
le Merry HiiY >l;iin Si. illillburn of growing youngsters. The snow suits
Also notable is the beautiful are in 2 and 3-piece styles, with but-
precision of the ballet danced Tree Delivery Phone Ml-6-0071 tons or zippers.
to the score of "Birth of a SHOES SLIPPERS SWEATERS
Butterfly" and the martial
"March of t h e Toys." Thalia HANDBAGS
. is a pupil of the famous HATS
Russian Olga Preobrajenskaya GLOVES DRESSES
and of Carina Ari. She h a s
toured Europe and South Amer- King William IV London's
ica- with the Russian Opera
Company. Arthur Mahoney who Blended Scotch Whiskey Royal Gin Men^s Department
directs the Corps de ballet h a s A Nice Selection of
studied under Nijinsky and has 186.8 Proof 3.34 85 Proof J
frequently appeared a t t h e 4-5ths Quart 1
In 11 Quart Manhattan Shirts from 2.50
Metropolitan in New York. He Collarite and Whitney Shirts 1.75
began life as a singer and vio-
but early gave up music [Kenwood 3yr. Old Seagram's 5 Crown Hand-tailored Ties, reg. 65c
" thi choreographic a r t in Straight Bourbon Whiskey Blended Whiskey Christmas Gift Special 55c 2 for 1.00
h soon rose to the first mm « » • ) Cheney and Beau Brummel
rank. Is 1 Proof J*"'* 86.8 Proof •>-O*"' Cravats 1.00 and 1.50
Full Quart Half Gallon
Genuine Beacon Robes 5.95
"SffFfsnr QU# Bors
TOP THAT 10k
Caravan Maple Grove Royal Wool Robes from 6.95
4 Yr. Straight Rye Manhattan and B.V.D.
I Blend of Straight Whiskey Pajamas and Robes 2.25 up
| y o Proof 2# 86 Proof ,)' I J Many beautiful, novelty patterns and
fabrics, including paisleys and ski-cloth.
Full Quart Half Gallon
Full line of Manhattan Initial and Fancy Handkerchiefs;
Cream of Ky. Bucks County Swank Belts, Suspenders, Wallets and Novelties.
4 Years Old Blended Whiskey
Now Showing LEATHER JACKETS AND MACKINAWS
"NOW, VOYAGER" U Proof
I'ltl,. HuvlH INTERWOVEN SOCKS UNDERWEAR ADAM HATS
luill Quart Half Gallon
MOONLITE IN HAVANA' HANDKERCHIEFS SHOES
*•*. Sun. Mon. Dec. l!»,20,21
THIS STORE WILL CLOSE CHRISTMAS DAY FROM 2
mid — Kotwrt VttUllB I P. M. TO 6 P. M. SO THAT WE TOO MAY ENJOY OUR Open Evenings Until Christmas
CHRISTMAS DINNER. ,
Tues. W e d T h u r s F r
»ec. 22, 23, 24, 25
<*fcr HEP TO LOVE"
No Deliveries Christmas DRAPKIN'S
tlVr DEPARTMENT STORE
IM<>lK s n o w XMA8 I>.\Y FROM NOON
S y A R
MAS GIFT. II OPEN SUNDAYS TILL
333-?35 Miilburn Avenue Millburn 6-0620
[ Page 8 ] The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM [ Decen. [8.
burn's Victory Corps in full gles. habit of cutting one another's they must hate and avenge;
Victory Corps operation by the first of Febru-
"We are just as apt to come at throats without hatred. War is this may be bad; but i Is hi]
midnight.as we are at noon. If never lenient but where It is man nature. — T. B.
we come at meal time we are wanton; when men are com- 1824.
In Schools sure to spoil your appetite. pelled to fight In self-defense;
Millburn schools Firemen Wish
There is just one thing about
us ,we never come unless we
Courses were under discussion are invited, and despite all our
by the Board of Education
Tuesday night as was the next
Merry Xmas shortcomings, we are generally
welcome when we arrive. The New Year's Eve Party
budget to be submitted to Millburn firemen and Chief only complaint we hear. Is that
TO BR 11 KM i IN n i l
voters in February. The latter Dr. J. David Hayes, ask resi- we didn't come sooner. Newly Decorated Banquet Room
was in executive session and dents to make this a safe "We don't like to come! Once
figures will be released later. or
Christmas. They don't want to or twice some of us have nearly
A survey by Principal Faddis mar your holiday and so "they been killed making a call. We
and the High School faculty say: "Be careful of inflamable are pretty apt to spoil some of
under direction of Superinten- materials, lights and heating our clothes, we often get hurt,
The New Millbrook
BAR AMD RB8TAURANT
dent Patterson, reveals local appliances." and this time of the year we
schools meet most requirements Orchestra for Dancing
In the event they do drop in are always coming down with VOCAL ENTERTAINMENT — NOISEMAKERS - H T AS
in the national secondary at your home, here is what they a cold after a visit of this sort.
school mobilization. say you may expect: "Sure, you have , guessed it $2.50 per Person
For purposes of unification "There are twenty-five of! by this time. We are the Fire Includes Dinner
however the Victory Corps will us, and when we come we gen- Department!" (Turkey or Chicken)
be set up in five divisions erally bring lots of the neigh- • 20» Main S t Free Parkins
stressing Air Service, Land Ser- bors. As a rule we leave things NO WAR ought ever to be un- Telephone Millburn 6-1475
vice, Sea Service, Production in pretty poor shape after our dertaken but under circum-
Service and Community Service. visit. Sometimes we chop holes stances which render all inter-
Grades 11 and 12 will organize in the wall, spill water on the course of courtesy between the
in these divisions. rugs and furniture, even break combatants impossible. It is a
To be added to existing the doors down, and we have bad thing that men should hate
courses will be preflight aero- been known to climb up on each other; but it is far worse
nautics, radio communications, the roof and tear off the shin- that they should contract the
pre-induction training course
in elementary machines and a
like course in electricity. There
will be a refresher course in
Right in Millburn Township is a Modern CURTAIN SPECIAL
mathematics and if possible a Poultry Farm, Ready For Your Needs
general shop course.
In addition clubs will be >
Roasting Chickens 6 U . aver. H . 42c >
formed in navigation and map BEAUTIFULLY
making and reading. Fricassee Fowls &
Students are now participat- LAUNDERED
ing in some 15 approved ser- LINCOLN POULTRY FARM
vice activities all of which have
a relationship to one or more WHITE OAK RIDGE RD. SHORT HILLS 7-2950-W
of the five general groups.
It is planned to have Mill- "When Better Eggs Are Laid, Lincoln's Hens Will Lay Them"
Curtains laundered in pure, safe Ivory suds.
Our modern equipment guarantees straight i d
Slight differences in color, and square corners.
proportions, cutting, polish
and degree of perfection affect Telephone Millburn 6-1400
their true value. That is why
you should insist on accurate MAYFLOWER LAUNDRY
Here at Wiss, -each diamond
is graded by Certified Gem-
ologists in one of the few gem
testing laboratories in the
entire country. Save at Whelan's and Invest Your Savings in
Let us show you how science War Stamps and Bonds
$75.00 •IS Evening I n Paris Perfumi s I rom I
plus training gives you the
protection you have the right fMais Oui Bath Powder J
to expect from your jeweler. f
I Colognes and Toilet Waters
Choose from New Jersey's ::Old Spice Shaving Lotion
largest collection of fine dia- | Men's Travel Kits ' *
monds and all the smart new ::Detecto Bathroom Scales 3.9*
$100.00 ring styles. $375.00 ^Cameras and Kodaks '• *
CONVENIENT DIVIDED PAYMENTS Fountain Pen and Pencil Sets * >
I—Tobacco - Cigars - Cigarettes - Pi[}es
665 BROAD ST.
mISS rOUNOID 1141
22 W. PARK ST. — WE SELL WAR STAMPS —
CLOSED NKiHTI.Y AT 10 P . M.
i i n i n i i \ i ICY
Open evenings until Christmas Free Customer Parking i
343 htman. I-h.G Mi
, mber 18, 194a ]
The Millburn & Short Hills ITEM [ Page 9 ]
Fine Wines and Liquors
Save fuel, wear and tear on your car, and also your nerves, and last but not
least, save money by shopping at home. The majority of the items listed are
subject to 10% discount before addition of new Federal Tax. All items good
until January 2nd, while they last.
takf tlfta optiortuninj tn tutalj jjon all A Mnt$ (WjrtKftnaB ani A 38appE Nnu
Wine Special* Rye, Bourbon Other Items
JUAN PALIMINO and
.SHERRIES KINDERHDOK APPLE BRANDY
Imported from Spain. Three types, Amontilla^
do, Golden and Pale Dry. Regular price $1.98. Distilled by Laird's,
KING WILLIAM IV SCOTCH Full 9.18 Full
Fifth Distilled, blended and bottled in Scotland.
RAMOS PINTO PORT Fifth 3-34
Imported from Portugal.
36 month old Brandy. Honest to goodness Jer-
Fifth -29 BELL'S SCOTCH sey Lightnin'.
A fine Scotch, imported by a fine firm, the
Heublein Brothers of Hartford, Conn. Full Quart 2-89
Imported from Epernay, France. 1928 vintage. Fifth 3-39
A steal at this price. RON CABALLERO
Imported Puerto Rican Rum, white or gold or
Jamaica type. (The latter is ideal for those egg
MALLORY RYE noggs — if you can get the eggs.)
We still have a limited supply of fine, im-
Bottled in bond. Not a heavy whiskey and
pleasing to the palate. Or if you prefer Bour-
and Sautenies OLD SOUTHERN HOME FRATELLI DUMBRA
6 Years Old
Also bottled in bond. Your choice of either one.
These gems are about exhausted. Prices start at
2-95 or DUBOIS VERMOUTH
Full Quart To the best of our knowledge, they are the last
Fifth -69 word in fine domestic Vermouths. Either sweet
or dry. Ideal for those ever-popular Manhat-
~ MAISOM GOGGI CEDAR BROOK
tans or Martinis.
New York State Champagne
Blended whiskey, identical in character with
the great majority of nationally advertised
spirit blends. For those who prefer a light
30 Ounce Bottle
whiskey. Cedar Brook should appeal.
SPARKLING BURGUNDY No Deliveries On
Both are outstanding wines.
I lull' ( ritllon
Fifth New Year's Day
Other outstanding American wines in practically
85 Proof • • •
all types. BOURBON, 40 months old. A product that has
CHAMPAGNES — Great Western, Vintners, enjoyed popularity since the day of repeal. This Store Will Close on these
STILL WINES — Frank Schoonmaker, Vintners,
Rellows, Christian Brothers, Park and Tilford, (>uart 2-39 two days at 4 P. M.
' , Swiss Colonly, Cresta Blanca, Inglenook.
Buy by the Case
illburn Liquor Sho To all the boys in the service, whom I
have known since they were knee high
to a grasshopper, and I trust, receive
the Item — keep your chins up, keep
up the good work. A Merry Christmas
Practically all domestic items are sub- 36 mflin ST.-miLLBURIl 6-1886 and a Happy New Year to you all.
at least 10'> discount in case FREE DELIVERY PAUL WAESE PROP. PAUL WAESE
Open Sunday — (Legal Opening Hour)
The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM [ Decemht i
[ Page 10 ] ":
Edltor, The Item:
The efense We have Just returned to
our base and I would like to
take a few minutes to say
in hello. Although I have thought "To talk of many thlnu;
SHORT HILLS ITEM oooooooooooo<
many times of my friends in Of (hoe* — and ship* — and Malin*
Millburn and Short Hills, it is
almost impossible to find time
(»f n b h t i N - and k l n « " '
Founded in 188S
THE MILLBURN and SHORT HILLS ITEM is published every Friday by
(Ofriclail Notices of meetings,
courses, dates and general Informa-
tion In regard to Local Defense will
be found in this culumn each week.)
Our section base Is quite a
place. It is on the top of North-
Millburn's defense headquar- west United States on the ounces a break last week, got 4
The Iteim Publishing and Printing Company, a corporation, at 249 Main Maakab Indian • Reservation. of butter.
ii >t, Millburn, N. J. Editor, H. a . More. Advertising Manager, ters is located at Town Hall, in *
Wlllard H. Baetzner. Official newspaper of the Township of Millburn. the large meeting room on the We are about 75 miles from
Subscription rates, by mall, postpaid; One year two dollars; six months. the nearest town. However, we This week I too, declared
second floor. Telephone Mill-
very seldom get into our base, on the> Axis and put in an ap-
one dollar; payable In advance. Single copies five cents eaub. entered
in the Post Office in Millburn, N. J., a» Second-Class Mall Matter. burn 6-1300. plication for lend-lease.
If you should see a car with so its not so bad.
the driver talking into a micro- i I am on a sub-chaser patrol
Item readers who figured 1 ,
Share Your Wealth Now phone, the chances are he isship, and this duty Is sort of their oil consumption based o
not a saboteur, but the opera- tough. Sleep when we get it,
the Woolley formula are prob-
Township residents have their chance to do good deeds be- tor of one of the mobile units Is Just a battle to keep in your ably of two classes by tun
tween now and the New Year, with Uncle Sam practically footing of War Emergency Radio Ser- sack (bunk). The Pacific 1? not happy or low.
the immediate bill. • vice, the latest branch of our as calm as story books would *
have you believe it is.
Gifts for charitable purposes are still offsets against income local Civilian Defense. He will Toting up as soon as the i
tax payments, and this includes purchase of Christmas Seals and be well qualified to identify I wonder if you would tell all per reached me. I went oul
Red Cross contributions. • himself with his Federal Com- the folks, that I wish them all bought a stove.
munications Commission license a very Merry and Happy Christ-
Millburn's seal sales can not be passed up in the emergency which bears his photograph. mas. Christmas cards are not There is now for sale, one cast
for proceeds go toward stamping out tuberculosis. With fuel short- You may be assured that his available at this outpost. Iron coal and wood burning
age and food deficiencies, danger from the white plague is very qualifications have been inves- fireplace basket, practically
real. Hoping this war is over with *
tigated by the F.B.I. so that we all can get back to
With Red Cross, the community quota is greatly stepped up as This Township service which a normal life with our loved I never did put much 1 1
the war effort increases. Its drive will not come until after the first has been installed, using the ones and friends, I remain in Mr. Ickles which is
of the year, but prior gifts can be made and deducted in the 1942 equipment of local amateur ra- come wool underwear.
tax return. Yours In sport,
dio enthusiasts, has its' con- Lt. (J.g.) PAUL CHERIN, Now the little heater in the
Gifts now to these two will in reality cost donors about 50 trol station, WHLH 1, in De- Naval Section Base, living room, may accomplish
cents on the dollar, perhaps not that. The balance will be the tax fense Headquarters, and Is de- Neah Bay, Washington. what lt failed to do.
f.':ii h i - i v i ' " ; ;11 P f i-
signed to augment the police *
radio system and to function sages, questions• of salvage, etc. It's a fact I haven't done
as a contact between the vari- - evening reading since tin
ous other Defense Units at the All have been you have satis- heating season began and get-
Dim House Lights Too factorily. If any
scene of an incident, or to offer questions on the war or war ting out of bed to turn on
a means of communication for effort, remember Red Cross In- radio wasn't whai
"Pull the shades down, Mary Ann!" That is the law because of an area where the telephone formation Centre Millburn 6- cracked up to be either.
dim-out regulations, as well as good practice to avoid eye strain service might be disrupted. At 1188 is here to serve you. If the stove works out, I
and to save fuel, present, there are two fixed • life may return to some sorl <
It is not generally understood by resident? that the dim-out stations, and six mobile stations Mrs. Robert J. McDonald, normalcy but the Mrs. will bwe
that far in the Bffori to eliminate sky glow and silhouetting licensed with three more fixed Staff Assistance Chairman, will a lot to unravel.
pbips at sea. Car hc;ui Ughti have been dimmed but not house- and two additional mobile units conduct a new course in Staff
boli '• windows and Lights. waiting for Federal approval. , ig January The last time she
If your air raid' warden has nnt yet ^rilled yon tn nrrmint, hp Tn ncWltfnn to pnrtlfipatihpr ntii !i in A M. in i " Moon
knitting to Red Cross they
may do so at any time, and when he does, he will have all the in all alerts and tests, the P.C each Tuesday and Friday a t turned it down becauseto> >
right on his side. C. has designated two two-hour Washington School. This will be fhivers, she'd dropped toe mm
As to eye strain, who ever donned colored glasses when spying test periods each week for the a five weeks course. Please stitches. The only folks 1 I am
a brightly lighted bedroom window? purpose of training additional register at Headquarters, Wash- who are really enjoying them-
Pull down the curtains and get that added comfort. And in ip personnel and maintaining ington School or call Millburn, selves these days are the '[ l(
save ships at sea. equipment. 6-1188. tempered ones who can get i»
It was during- such a test last * about nothing.
Sunday night that this group Hospitals have already been One of them*called the Boss
Guns Or Butter had its first opportunity to of- forced to close because they recently because her name was
fer a positive service, when one lack sufficient nurses to staff misspelled In the paper.
Some where we have a hazy recocUection of being told it, ••.-.•••.; the cars was approached by them. More nurses are called She wasted "enough Britfcb
guns or butter, not both. Well so 1 seems, and the fat shortage is an attendant at the Chanticler daily for the Armed Forces.
here. and asked to call an ambulance This is creating a serious loss thermal units over it to heat
Reports from Argentine and other points say butter is avail- in connection with the accident both in hospitals and homes her home and The Item office,
able there but not for import under WPB order M-63. This order in which Arthur Linder of New- and those nurses remaining are a week.
covers an agreement whereby Britain has exclusive purchase rights ark, slipped and fell fracturing being sorely taxed. Women can That's one factor the ration
and Americans can not horn in. his skull. This was speadily do something to help the war board left out when 1 1
This of course is but the beginning and we may as well start done with a call through con- effort if they have a few spare fuel oil requirements, temper.
now to make up a list of substitutions to which to turn as new and trol station to the police. hours to donate to nearby hos- Now I wish I wasn't sucfi :i
more scarcities arise. John Van Nostrand King, pitals. placid 11." ait.
There are two things the average housewife would like to Radio Aide and Pearce Chaun- By taking the Red Cross •¥•
know definitely. Are our shortages real or the result of a breal cey, Assistant Aide, are organ- Nurses Aide course, they will be favors containing <fr* j ~
down of distribution, rationing or Stupidity? izing this group. qualified to assist registered c i g a r e t t e s f o r C a m p ' i)li!-'!' '!'',,
Also they would like to know when price control be) Ins and * nurses both in institutions and h o s p i t a l s . O t h e r s a r e l > 1 '
how? More volunteers are needed homes and be of invaluable aid s t o c k i n g s f o r t h . !
' '"' ,
If what we now have is to curb Inflation, nutns would say to man First Aid Stations es- in time of disaster The latter I s o l a t i o n H o s p i t e l . Some tnW
"on with the dance." One is a strip-tease and the othei B bubble tablished in various particularly was proven in the recent dis- h a v e b e e n m a k i n g - ' ',<! ,
. the Township. Men
number. astrous fire in Boston when for C h r i s t m a s t r e e s lor Camp
are asked to volunteer their Nurses Aides came in and Kilmer through the J ^ f J j J
services if they have had First worked side by side with Doc- Cross and all scouts have been
Aid training since there are so tors and Nurses. asked to contribute one 0
few men now assigned to these
Will Uncle Sam Tell? An opportunity is now being ment from the nom . e ,.jjfj|ra
posts. In the Wyoming area offered by Millburn Red Cross
Senior girls are assist1 g
served by the First Aid Station Chapter to join the Nurses Aide
If Uncle Sam was any but who and what he is, Short Hills located at Wyoming Club, both Fairfield Day with th
11Id have been surveyed long ago and prospective customers men and women are needed. If Class now being formed. Mrs. Service League eyegl T e r r J
Thomas Gabriel L > , ,, , ,
assured as to what kind of service was possible under all condl H can servo these posts, this group and will be tnosi ject begun by Mrs. ?\ p _
tions. please call Red Cross Head- happy to give you all the in- Short Hills, and are also
Not so with government agencies however and the Township quarters Millburn 6-1188 or formation needed. Please call ing in the tea room I
Committee is now trying to get a definite answer where civic as- i ister at Washington School. Millburn 6-0876-J or Red Cross shop at Overlook
sociations and individuals have failed. V Headqn i . ,i Mlllburrj 6-1188. Each mariner
It may be some clerk, secretary or other will have courage to Millburn Township residents oil cloth toy,
break precedent and lay the cards on the table, but most will are making good use of Red dren's mag;< ;.,„„.
have their doubts. the hospitals and rive
Cross Information Centre. Many
Committeemen can not be blamed for wanting assurance be- persons have called on prob- Millburn Girl fort bags. The
fore committing themselves and the community to any expendi- lems confronting them and
tures for street signs and other requirements. Assurance the csr- have received prompt answers. ' : : ; 1 ::
fiee v M follow and be of a type ample for all needs. Questions on how to join the Scouts Busy 0 . i n"
If the resolution now in Washington brings Eorth the know- WAVES and WAACS have . jeci troo
M i l l b u r n G i r l Eh ..., | warm .
ledge sought then 1 k also possible . iwill some <ia." a;'.:iin \-.r in frequently, location;; o1 . bu ;
able to gel breakfast bacon by like cess. 3 ': b » 6 Lurio ;
Christ . . hrougb the w«
ous camps, how to relay mes- •'' • e a s o i S o m e i r r • . : . . .
[December 18, 1942] The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM
< xx>ooooooo x oo
Mrs. Bernard J. Harrison of
the department's statisticians, an advance of 5.98 per cent over and lima beans and spinach
Letters From Forest drive, has gone to 44 advanced, 26 declined and 33 the preceding month. Carrots were up 3.02 and 4.35 cents per
Charleston, S. C. for the winter.
remained steady. In comparison cost 5.16 cents more per bunch pound, respectively.
with November a year ago, the
Men In Service average retail price of all foods
during November, 1942 was
Christmas package thank you Food Costs 14.62 per cent higher. And when
letters to U.S.O. are many also.
A few follow: Still Climb
current prices are compared
with those of August, 1939, the
November 11, 1942 month before war started in
Camp Gruber, Oklahoma
My dear Mrs. Foster:
The average retail price of Europe, we find all foods to be
food in New Jersey continued 31.95 per cent higher in the
Thank you very much for the to swing upward during Novem- more recent month. Group in-
well-planned and well - appre- ber, despite price ceilings placed creases of over 50 per cent were
ciated Christmas gift box which on many items by the federal noted for fresh eggs, canned
you and the other members of government. Affected largely by fish, fats and oils and all. fruits
null <pa ta dean!
the U.S.O. Committee made a seasonal advance in the cost and vegetables.
possible for me to receive. of fresh fruits and vegetables,, During November, 1942 all
I cannot stress too emphati- the average retail price of all fruits and vegetables showed
1 !iy the good which the U. S. foods In the state was 1.69 per
0. has done and is doing for cent higher than in the prev- DRAPERIES
the fellows who are In Army ious month, according to the
camps in isolated and remote regular monthly report of the Model
parts of the country, as well as State Department of Agricul- Upholstering Co.
the benefits enjoyed by the ture. 358 Millburn Ave. Millburn 6-0684
boys who are overseas. Of the 103 items priced by (Next to Wiuiliinctoii School Yard)
In countless small but sig-
nificant ways the U.S.O. has
helped to maintain the high
morale of the soldiers, which is
so essential for the possibility Christmas Suggestions ANY CHANGE you wish to make in your
of a swift and ultimate victory.
present listing should be given to us now, to
Never before have many of Gifts That Will Be Appreciated
the younger soldiers spent a insure its being included in the new issue.
Christmas away from their This is particularly important if you are
homes, and the receiving of a
gift, no matter what, from an Thermometers Barometers planning to move.
organization such as the U.S.O.,
shows that the folks on the Magnifiers LISTING OF NAMES of individual mem-
home front are thinking of them
and thus they are able to lose Bausch & Lomb 4 X Field Glasses bers of your business organization or house-
that disheartened and left-out hold in the new book which you may desire
feeling, and they are able to Eyeglasses
feel hope and faith in the fu- should be arranged for now. The charge for
ture this service is small.
In closing, may I say, thanks Oxfords Lorgnettes
in not only for myself, but THE CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY (Yellow
foi grateful American soldiers
I other service men the world Pages) also closes soon. Your advertisement
over. We sincerely appreciate for these pages should reach us promptly.
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\ours most sincerely,
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Camp Croft, S. C.
November 11, 1942
"Dear Mrs. Foster:
Thanks for the box. Sorry I
wuldn't wait for Xmas but am
1 Continued on Page Fifteen) During past years this has been one of our
busiest seasons, not only in the sale of small
appliances such as toasters, Mixmasters,
irons and clocks, but also major appliances.
Many are the range, refrigerator, water
heater, washer and ironer we have delivered
just in time for the Christmas tree, for these
are gifts which every household prizes.
But every ounce of metal, every bit of
craftsmanship, and every precision tool
which went into the manufacture of appli-
ances for "Better Living" are now devoted
to the service of Uncle Sam and winning
'll keep you comfortable the war. So our stock is extremely limited,
this winter. If your fur- and most of it has to be allocated to cus-
ce can be converted tomers whose equipment has broken down
from oil to coal, we sug- completely, or to war needs.
gest you call us now and This year we are selling United States
h it done. War Bonds, for the purchase of these bonds
is one of the best ways for you to get the
miLLBURn appliances you want, both by helping win
the war in the shortest possible time, and
by laying aside a substantial reserve so you
COflbOIL can buy that new range or refrigerator when
we can sell them again.
ujmpcuu/ So, this Christmas, buy War Bonds for the
9MAIN ST. home you plan for tomorrow.
Moil PHONK M MMII
COKE - FUEL OIL
<; r : i m - I
JERSEY CENTRAL POWER & LIGHT CO
[ Page 12 ] The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM [ D e c e m b e r 18, ,,,,.
RED CROSS Clearing House at
Sadie Hawkins 62 Main street will be closed for
two weeks beginning Monday, Kits From Hiotne
December 21. Workrooms, how-
Dance ever, will be open at 350 Mill-
burn avenue. The Wednesday
The Wyoming Club, was the evening class in Nutrition held "Kits From Home Association
scene of a Sadie Hawkins Dance, at Washington School is being of Millburn High School, under
last Saturday night sponsored discontinued. the direction of Miss Elizabeth
by the Club for the Junior set. • Bartley, is now in its second
OF THE WEEK Miss Nancy Gallison was chair- year. In the spring they sent
By Edith Clifford
man of the affair. She was as-
sisted by the Misses Carol Ach-
Township Fresh personal stationery to all boys
In the service that were former
Leighton Home, Jr., will ar- spend the holidays with her enbach, Betsy Currier and Ali- pupils of M.H.S. One hundred
rive home Sunday from Georgia
Tech. to spend the holidays
Miss Ellen Chipman, daugh-
180 attended the dance which
Out Of Scrap and sixty Christmas Toilet Kits
have been sent and already let-
with his parents,- Mr. and Mrs. ter of the J. M. Chipmans of was followed by two open house Millburn's Jack Sprat scrap ters of thanks are coming in
Leighton Home of Wyoming 356 Wyoming avenue, returned parties; one given by Miss collection netted about 35 tons from all parts of the world. The
avenue. Thursday from Allegheny Col- Gloria Dupuis, daughter of Mr. of metal, rags and rubber en- WAVES and WAACS, of which
legeg, Meadevllle, Pa. and Mrs. C. A. Dupuis of Green- abling the community to close there are three, are also re-
Allan Rose, son of Mr. and ceiving Christmas packages from
Mrs. John Hollister of George wood drive and the other given the year in a blaze of glory. The
Mrs. Arthur Rose of Elm street, the Association. Over 600 Christ-
School, Pa., will spend Christ- by Miss Marilyn Ellwanger, total scrap collected in the past
will return from M.I.TJ., on mas cards have been sent.
mas with her parents, Mr. and daughter of the John C. Ell- several months exceeds 210
December 22nd, to spend the
Mrs. George B. Thomas of wangers of Marion avenue. tons, a record for a purely resi- If anyone knows of a former
Christmas holidays at home.
• Chestnut street, John Wright dential village of 13,000. M.H.S. pupils now in the ser-
Ray Levitt, son of Mr. and Thomas, a student at Culver Work of gathering in the last vice who is not on the Kits
Military Academy, will arrive
Mrs. Percy Levitt of Linden
street, is home for the holidays. today, to spend the holidays at
Millburn material was slowed by the
storm as trucks were forced to
From Home mailing list, please
get in touch with Miss Bartley
He attends the University of turn from collecting to street at the High School.
Alabama at Tuscaloosa. Townsend Ricketts, son of
cleaning and road sanding. •
Richard Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ricketts of 295 Mill-
There is still considerable home of Mrs. Otto Crouse o f
Mrs. H. U. Hall of Maple ter-
race, was graduated last Sun-
Brueger-Reid burn avenue, will arrive from
Bethlehem, Pa., on Sunday, to
scrap to be rounded up as
weather and time permit and
Wells lane, new members o the
lay from Colgate University. spend the Holidays with his
Announcement of the engage- mother. the final figure will be increased League were welcomed. The new
Mr. and Mrs. Hall attended the ment of Miss Pearl Brueger, by some five tons, it is be- provincial members are: Mrs.
exercises at which time their daughter of Mrs. Edward M. • lieved. B. E. Bostwick, Mrs. Eugene
son received his degree in Eco- Brueger of Maple terrace and Most pleasing to members of Conroy and Mrs. George Gil-
nomics. the late Mr. Brueger, to Joseph
John Meier, son of Mr. and A. Reid, son of Mrs. Joseph A.
Short Hills the Salvage Committee is the man. Those who transferred
from other leagues to active
fact that this last collection will
Mrs. Clifford Meier of Linden Reid of Westfield and the late ' Misses Peggy and Sonja Cha- more than enable payment to membership are Mrs. G. Buck,
street, spent last week-end at Mr. Reid, was made at a bridge lif, of George School, Pa., are be made to the Ration Board Mrs. Carter Louthan, Mrs.
home. He is a student at La- party on Saturday. spending the Christmas holi- for its continuance Philip Meyer and Mrs. F. S.
fayette. Miss Brueger was graduated days with their mother, Mrs. Schmalz.
Miss Jean Kern, daughter of from William and Mary Col- Edward L. Chalif of Barnsdale
AT A TEA on Tuesday at the
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Kern of lege, class of 1939. She is a road. Ted Prall, a student at
Mountain avenue, will arrive on member of Pi Beta Phi. Her the University of Michigan is
Sunday from Hood College, Bal- fiance, who is to be cajled as also home for the holidays. He
timore Md. an aviation cadet in the Army is the son of Mrs. Russell Prall Budget Your Fuel Oil
Mrs. Henry F. Pratt of Lin- Air Force, is a graduate of who is making her home with A method of checking your fuel oil consumption weekly in
Mrs. Ed. Chalif. relation to your ration allotment.
den street, entertained her Bucknell University and a
T o iimi ic>u,i u i n o u n : oil i iili b l e f o r j o u i u s e , udd—
niece, Mrs. Robert Helm of Red- member of Phi Kappa Psi. R^s-
Mrs. Thomas McHenry of Total ration unit coti|n' - \ . i l m
wood City, Cal., this week. Mr. Total ration change coupon value ; 1
Clarksdale, Miss., is visiting her
and Mrs. Helm are moving to Number gallons declared on hand October 1 B1**
son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
East Orange for the duration.
Miss Barbara O'Brien, daugh- South Mountain and Mrs. Otto Crouse, formerly
of Farley road who moved this
(A) Total oil available for your use, includ-
ing hot water, to September 30, 1943
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard A.
Miss Doris Stryker, daughter week to Wells lane. To find how you stand at present in relation to your ra-
O'Brien of Chestnut street, ar- tion, add—
of Mr. and Mrs. Everett S. *
rived on Thursday from the Ration unit coupon value remaining
Stryker of Southern Slope drive, Edward Borkowski of White
Woman's College of the Uni- in your possession s 1 ^!' 1
will arrive tonight, from the Oak Ridge road has been pro- Oil in tank (by measurement) 8als-
versity of North Carolina,
Woman's College of the Uni- moted to First Lieutenant in
Greensboro. Her sister, Kay, a
versity of North Carolina. the Air Transportation, and is (B) Total available for remainder of period
student at the same college, to September 30, 1943.
now stationed in California.
will arrive home tonight. Raymond Pierce, son of Mr.
Mrs. Edward C. Worden of and Mrs. R. T. Pierce of Moun- (C) Multiply figure (A) by . 7 2 3
118 Sagamore road, has re- tain View road, was graduated (Thli mwaunta the rvmatata of kMtttng reantmownta for nor-
turned to her home after sev- on Sunday from Colgate Uni- a i n l r r in Zone II, mid will bo uiljilNU*! r m l i \\ MIIUMIIII.V.I
eral weeks spent visiting friends versity. He received honors in Compare the result of (C) with (B).
If (C) is greater than (B) you are burning too much oil
in Virginia. Mrs. Worden spent Chemistry. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce TOP THAT \ 0 V \ and will not only have insufficient oil for heat but will also o e
two weeks in Wilmington, Del., attended the Graduation. without oil for hot water next summer.
with her son Edward C. Wor- •:: i, t I f ^ i s e c * u a l t o <C), you are keeping within the ration
den 2nd. Her daughter, Mrs. Miss Dorothy Cusick, daugh- allotment lor heat but will be without hot water next summer.
Edward Kochenour, is at Sand ter of Mrs. M. M. Cusick of If (B) is greater than (C), you are within the ration allot-
Point Idaho, where, her hus- South Mountain road, returned DR. GEO. A. KAEGI ment for heat. The difference will be available for summer not
Sl'KcilKIN < IIIIvlll-OIMST water
band is stationed at the Naval on Wednesday from Madison 'ihi:; jruirtc will be published each week in an effort to be
BOOM by mpokstmtet,
Training Station. College, Va. Her brother Robert. Tm-Mtny — Thiir wla.v — Siilnril^.v helpful in , ( , u in budgeting your fuel oil ration.
Miss Virginia Moore, daugh- L. Cusick, returned to the Na- a ] instant An-. . HimlHi.rtli BMe. A "service" of
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Moore val Base at Corpus Christi, Pfasoe MillliuriL B-Olfll
WOOLLEY COAL COMPANY, MAPLEWOOD
of Mountain avenue, returned Texas, after spending a two
on Wednesday from Denison weeks' furlough at home.
College, Granville, Ohio, to
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(Next ' » Waf*lih«Kl<ni School Yitrtl)
387 Millburn Ave. Millburn 6-0015
WE WILL PAY CASH THEY WHISTLE, UNCOUPLE, LOAD AND UNLOAD LOGS AND COAL. BLECTBIC
BRIDGE, MAGNET CRANE AND BLOCK SIGNAL.
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I , rnber 18, 1942 ] The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM [ Page 13 J
the Christmas stamps on, was 1919 the National Tuberculosis suede shoes, rub gently with
Gridders Get ChristmasSeals
sent to an immigrant in this
country, Jacob A. Riis. He pub-
Association became the sole an emery board used for fill-
sponsor and since then the ing the nails.
,etters, Lunch Aid Local Work
lished a story in July, 1907
urging t h a t this country adopt
seals have carried the double-
barred cross and have been
this means of combating tuber- known as Tuberculosis Christ-
Millburn Kiwanis Club enter- Tuberculosis Christmas Seals culosis. Emily P. Bissell, secre- mas Seals. RADIO REPAIRS
tained the Millburn High are familiar to us all, but how tary of the Delaware branch of "See The Marks Bros."
School Varsity Football Squad many of us know where the the American Red Cross de- RADIO SALES CORP.
at luncheon at the Chantlcler idea originated. In 1903, in a cided t h a t the sale of these MUD STAINS 381 MUlburn Avenue
Wednesday noon. Speaker was post office in Copenhagen, stamps was the only way to Millburn 6-0015
To remove mud stains from
Larry Kelley, well known right Denmark, a postal clerk Einar maintain the upkeep of a small
end for Yale in 1936-7. Holboll was stamping hundreds hospital in Delaware for tuber-
of letters and packages, all
Letters were awarded to the carrying the good will mes- culosis victims.
following varsity members: sages of the Christmas season. Following years The Red FlftST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
Captain Boiling Robertson, Ben Cross and various other organi-
While he was working he de- zations supported the sales, MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY
Palumbo, George Wagner, Bob
cided that a tax should be put throughout trje nation, but in
Finnessey, John Jacobus, John
oh the mail to obtain revenue OORDIAIXY INVITES YOU AND YOtJB FRIENDS TO ATTEND
Horton, Ous Hindenlang, Joe
to be used for children—chil- A FREE LECTURE ON
Macce, John % Prltchard, Noel
dren ill with tuberculosis. He
Stevens, Henry Tyler, Bob
aroused the interest of various Opportunities For
Snowden, Larry Glezen, Bob
Haskell, Ray Henshaw, Eugene
people and secured the consent CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Consales, Bob Ward, Ben Pat-
of the reigning King Christian MEN BY
IX to honor the memory of the
erson, Bob Dunn, Bill Stidger BOYS (16 to 18 years)
late Queen Louise by using her
Bob Lincoln, Joe Ward, Vic Lin-
coln, John Blauvelt, Peyton
picture on the stamp. I n 1904 MARGARET MATTERS, C.S.B.
Robertson, managers Bill Win-
the first Christmas Seal sale Girls and Women OF NEW YORK CITY
was held and about $11,560.00 MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF LECTURESHIP OF THE
ner, Ralph Palumbo and Vic-
was raised. The following year For several kinds of factory MOTHER CHURCH, THE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
the Seal committee purchased work. Good pay, overtime, if SCIENTIST, IN BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS
Co-captains for next year's a site for a sanitorium the
team, erected by the letter men building was completed in 1910. desired. Proof of citizenship.
are Ray Henshaw and Bob Lin- In 1904 a letter with one of
Sunday Afternoon, December 20, 1942
Clllll LUSTEROID CONTAINER At 3:30 o'clock in the
COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL
10 West Parker Avenue,
Near Viillw Street Valley Street and Parker Avenue
Dr. G. Youngelson Maplewood, New Jersey
Tlimtre Bldi. SBO Mlllburn Ave.
Telephone Millburn 6-1772
TO THE CREDITORS OF MERCAN-
TILE BUILDING .AND LOAN MODERNIZE YOUR
ASSOCIATION, a building and
loan aMoclation organized under HATHROOM
At Our Low—Estimate Prices
the laws of the State of New
Jersey, also known aa Mercantile
Thos. R. Douglas Co.
•MfeUdlnx and Loan Association,
Lkiui.lu ri.rporo.tlon, and
now known aa Mercantile Build-
Ing mad Loan Association Uqul-
CoTporatlion: •Established 1803
PLUMBING - IHOtTING
labors o f the "»r. 1-nil.iinK SHEET METAI, WORK
and Iioun AsaiHlatlon. a.l«o known
Needs the Wire?
303 Millhnrn Ave. Millborn 6-0344
a* Mercantile Building and Loan AM-
soctation, Llauidatin* Corpora-tion,
>ii now known aa Mercantile Build-
\tg and t o a n A»aocia,tlon Llquidat-
II < orparatton, to brinit In. under UPHOLSTERING
oath, tholr debts, demands and
iiiin against such Association
nun three (3) months from the Model
or be forever barred
ii ii, or tta director*,
nit thereof against such Aasocla-
»n« Millburn Ave. Millburn 6-0684
(Next to Washington School Yard)
Proof* of olarm must be filed with
Hi- Secretary, EJImer E. Thornton.
I 3» Parker Avenue, Maplewood,
N w Jersey.
MHIRCANTILB BUILDING AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION LIQUIDAT-
HEATERS iong Distance telephone lines are loaded
ING CORPORATION, formerly
known ae Mercantile Building ELECTRIC
and Loan Association or Mer-
cantile Building and Loan As-
sociation, ' Liquidating Corporation.
RADIO SALES CORP.
"See The Mark* Brother*"
with urgent messages. Extra lines cannot be
" i i December 4th, 1842 321 Millburn Ave. Millburn 6-0015
added because copper and other materials are
needed to produce weapons and supplies for
SOUTH ORANGE STORAGE CORP. 219 Valley Street. South Orange
our righting forces.
South Orange 2-4000
• This Christmas, please do not make Long
BOMB PROTECTED Distance calls to war-busy centers and the
STORAGE more distant points in the South, Far West,
and Canada, unless they are necessary. If^ar needs
the wires you used to use for Christmas calls.
Save Oil N EW J ER.SEY B E L L
USE YOUR FIREPLACE r:
Use BUY UNITED STATES WAR BONDS fc? STAMPS
Wagner Fuel & Oil Co., Inc. T h e " T e l e p h o n e H o u r " will present a special Christm»s program Monday evening, December 21 . . . b y D o n V o o r h e e s '
Liberty Avenue, Hillside, N. J. orchettra a n d chorus, a n d s o n g s by J o h n Charles T h o m a s , baritone. B e jure to tune i n . . . 9 p . m . , W E A F , K Y W .
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[ Page 14 j The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM [ December :
A LOT OF PEOPLE would
rather have a tooth pulled than
Bowlers This Week
go through the ordeal of writ-
ing and mailing a letter.
To Scott 26-18
"A" League — McCauley 219,
Blue Cagers BOWLING
Dante 200, 211; Buffing-
ton 240, 210; Kltchell
Letters From In a closely contested b in
the Millburn High Jayvee flTe
200; Johnson 202, Hap- was defeated 26-18 by the fast
Drop Opener in pich 212, Geyser 200,
MacDougal 210, Apgar
Men In Service breaking Clifford Scott seconds
Tuesday at East Orange.
Recreation 202, Campanella 214, November 19, 1942 Scott appeared to have 1 m,
The Blue and White cagers Department Freiman 215, 214; Mar- The American Women's .
of Millburn High lost their first man team in Mazione w o h
tin 208, Wade 225, 203; Voluntary Services, scored all of his team's points
game of the season to an ex- Smith 224. Millburn, New Jersey made in the first hah 1 n I![(M
cellent quintet from Clifford
"C" League — Horack 200, Hello: held a 6-4 lead at the end
Scott High of East Orange 45-
23 Tuesday on the Scotties' Ciullo 215, .Jeroleman 231, I really should not have the first quarter. Bob Pearson
Leagu 216; Sachau 214, Marzak waited until finishing the fifth scored a field goal and B b o
Team Standing 200, Jackson 209, Stev- Issue of the "Township Tattle" Henderson two, accountiir 1
The locals jumped to an early
lead as Captain Vic Lincoln Team W. L. Av. H.S. ens 202. ' to write this letter of apprecia- Millburn's point*.
sank a foul shot and Dick Edge- Lynch's .... 23 10 853.3 995 Business Men's League — tion. But perhaps now I am The Scotties defense tight-
comb followed with a lay-up Am. Legion 21 12 853.28 962 Saladino 201, Stoeckle 203 able to appreciate it all the ened in the second quarter M ,
shot. Al Duke soon gave Scott C. Colombo 19 14 852.25 939 Powers 206, Veenstra 214. more since that occasional held Millburn to two points
the lead with two foul shots and Post Office 19 14 843.5 928 Borkoski 191; Alleys 5 a n d 6, week-end at home isn't possible. made on a beautiful set shot
a brace of set shots. The open- Y. M. Club 16 17 830.11 956 Boye 184. I would like to tell you the from mid-court by Pearson.
ing period ended with the vic- S. Mt. Blues 13 20 835.12 981 many interesting experiences While his team mates held the
tors clinging to an 8-6 lead. Marshall's.. 13 20 813.11 972 • we are having. But perhaps Blue and White in check M - a
Free tosses by Lincoln and Taylor Pk 8 25 810.13 923 Blue Monday League trips up rapid rivers in native zlone personally tied the score
Edgecomb accounted for Mill- Individual Standing dugouts and coastwise trips in on, two field goals.
bum's other points. Individual O. Av. H.S. Team Standing a two-master schooner that In the third frame Scott took
In the second quarter Scott Smith 21 189.18 225 Team W. L. Av. H.S. practically turned over every the lead and was never beaded
piled up a big lead by virtue of Dante 33 187. 211 Orioles 34 12 385.31 477 time it encountered a ripple, in. Manzione received scoriiq
extreme accuracy on set shots. McCauley .... 27 186.17 252 Robins 23 13 371.30 446 might give you the mood of aid from his team mates
Higgens, Gauli, Duke, and Arm- Mayo 33 185.7 222 Wrens 20 16 351.33 453 the whole thing. Of course Tomlinson and Lancton
strong all connected in this Marcantonio.. 33 180.2 222 Bobolinks .. 19 17 340.13 409 there is plenty of flying and duces. Henry Faenza scorni i
flurry of baskets. Eugene Con- Geyser 33 177.7 227 Bluebirds 8 17 19 346.25 45.. that too adds to the interest. baskets on brilliant shot::
sales rang the bell on two Campanella .. 30 175.7 215 Chickadees 17 19 324.4 398 Thanks so much for that ver- under the basket.
field goals to account for Mill- Johnson 27 172.26 204 Cardinals.. 15 21 340.34 433 bal visit with all our friends al] Led by Maher with
burn's scoring. Bontempo .... 30 172.15 220 Swallows .. 10 26 303.10 415 over the world. After all the field goals Scott kept it
Happich 30 171.29 212 Individual Standing work it must entail If you last and won 26-18. Faem; isd
The winners continued their
Goglio 33 171.11 203 Individual G. Av. H.S. the duration and six months, Ben Palumbo accounted
barrage of points in the third
Apgar 33 171.5 214 Nlendorff .... 36 138.9 180 I think you are all worthy of doubledecker apiece to end
frame and increased their lead
to 25 points. Pavisko netted the High Score — Alleys 3 and 4, Fanning 36 133.22 184 the D.S.C. locals scoring.
ball three times and Armstrong Wade 244; Alleys 5 and 6 Mc- Brlce 21 131.15 182# Sincerely, /
twice on deep set shots to lead Cauley 252. Sayer 36 130.27 178* T/Sgt. Geo. H. Bateman
the scoring. Vic Lincoln made
three foul shots good and Bill
30 128.28 181
36 122.1 198
Army Air Forces
A. P. O. 803,
Dey scored a lay-up shot for " League Ward 33 117.24 165 c/o Postmaster,
Millburn. Mclver 33 117.5 157 Miami, Fla.
The final stanza found the Team
lue and White outscoring SO. Mt
W. L. Av. H.S. Bevins
27 R R1RT? P2O Fou
27 116.1 180
October 31, 1942
their opponents for the only Lackawan'a 27 6 815.31 934 Drum 36 114.25 I f i d Dear Editor:
rlod by an 8-5 score. However Sub'rb'nites 19 14 772.27 849 Betsch 36 114.13 145 It doesn't seem right for one
• Scotties lead proved too Parkviews.. 17 16 762.19 891 in in mi the receiving end of
sat" an advantage to be over- Effenbees.. 14 19 724.9 813 " • taf publication and
•me at this time. Captain Lin- Am. Legion 12 21 752.24 856 Business Men's League not in some way thank you for 3
oln again sparked the attack Five Aces ..11 22 744.22 890 Team Standing the copies received. I am sure
with two duces and a free shot. H. M. Club 5 28 752.12 864 Team W. L. Av. H.S. ' :lli "' ll:; BO Foreign soil, AND
Bob Ward knotted the cords on Individual Standing Tighe's .... 26 7 787.6 922 •11c very grateful.
a bucket shot and Edgecomb Individual G. Av. H.S. C. B. Farms 20 13 731.4 833 Regarding my own work and
tossed in a charity throw. At Lee L a c h a t . . 33 188.10 256 Beechcroft 16 16 747.10 844 location, I can tell you nothing.
the gun the Scoreboard read A. Ciullo 33 180.31 255 Youngs 15 17 755.30 840 However, let me assure you that
Scott 45, Millburh 23. J. Smith 30 168.15 217 Virginia.... 15 18 746.4 873 the job we are doing over here,
Coach Focht used four Sopho- Pitzmaurice .. 30 167.17 202 Joe's Mkt.. 15 18 739.25 828 will be a fine one finished in Men a r e dying for the Fou
164.21 277 Crusaders.. 15 18 727.7 930 true American style. Freedoms. The least we can
mores in t h e game and all of Jackson 33
do here at home is to bus
them gave a good account of Sachau 33 164.1 214 N. Hawks.. 11 22 738.25 801 Sincerely yours, War Bonds—NKJ f»r H'»r
themselves. Al Duke of Scott Wilson 33 163.32 222 Individual Standing ARTHUR C. BARTRON Bonds, every pay
was tied with Vic Lincoln for Scrimmer .... 18 , 163.17 183 Cndivldual G. Av. ii.;;
scoring honors each with eleven Mclver 33 161.24 213 Saladino 32 177.13 214
points. Scott is probably the Marcketta .... 33 160.20 244 Leeds ' . 29 172.9 220
toughest team that the locals Horack 29 160.20 200 Meisinger .... 33 170.26 217
will meet this year and with the Wright 30 160.10 187 Coughlan .... 30 168.24 232
experience gained in this game High Score — Alleys 3 a n d 4, Moses 33 166.26 232
they should make things plenty Ciullo 255; Alleys 5 a n d 6, Veenstra 31 165.6 221
tough for the Summit five Jackson 277. Van Sant .... 33 162.11 221
which they meet Friday night. • Herbstromer.. 33 158.3 207
Come on up to Summit you bas- FIGURE & HOCKEY ICE SKATES
Wallace 33 157.12 219
ketball fans and give the boys Women's League Edwards 30 156.27 177
some support. B. DeClassis .. 33 156.3 177 SKI IS — TOBOGGANS
Team W. L. Av. H.S. Powers 32 156. 206
Dubonnets.. 19 11 656.3 744 High Score — Alleys 1 and 2, POLES — BINDERS
M. Mixers 18 12 627.27 770 Schlereth 244; Alleys 3 a n d 4,
Int'nat'nals 16 14 659.19 704 Moses & Coughlan 232. FISHING — TABLE TENNIS
Eagles 16 14 610.28 704
BUY K. Knacks 11 19 505.6 638
L. Strikes.. 10 20 617.22 664
TOP THAT BADMINTON — TENNIS
FOOTBALL — BASEBALL
Evans 30 147.11 187
.B0ND5 D. Tighe
Barry 30 140.19 191
Scioscia 30 140.6 172
Boye 21 138.14 184 MICKEY MOUSE
Miller 30 135.18 193 SLEDS
Bair 30 133.13 171
It's common sens: to be Parke 13 130.6 150
thrifty. If you save you are
I thrifty. War Bonds ITelp you
to save and help to save
America. Buy your ten per
cent every pay day.
lerson .... 24
High Scores — Alleys 1 and
2, D. Tighe 201; Alleys 3 and 4,
Ten per cent of your income
m War Bonds will help to
build the planes ana tanks
that will insure defeat of Hit
824 Millburn Ave. Millburn 6-0469
lcr and his Axis partners
[December 18, 1942] The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM [Page 15]
I know we are all dreaming Amarillo Field, Texas
Letters From of a white Christmas, but I
wasn't dreaming of a gift from
November 20, 1942
"Dear Mrs. Foster: TO THE
CREDITORS OP " AURORA
NOTICE OF SETTLIGMENT
ESTATE <fp SALOME D. NELSON, d
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA- ceased.
a fine group of people. Gee, I received t h e package that
Menln Service thanks before I forget to thank
you and the rest of the people
TION OP THE CITY OF NEWARK,
NOW KNOWN AS AURORA BUILD-
ING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Notice is hereby riven that the A
counts of the Subscribers. Executors o
the last Will and Testament of SALOM
of Millburn sent to me. I t sure LIQUIDATING CORPORATION. D. NELSON, deceased, will be au
dited and stated by the Surrogate an
(Continued from Page 11) This valley of Yakima is real- makes me feel good to see that PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, In reported for settlement to the Orphan
shipping out tomorrow and ly beautiful, but I prefer that the people of Millbum are right accordance with the toStatutes of the
State of New Jersey, the creditors of
Court of the County of Essex on Tue
day, the S2nd day of December next.
boxes don't lend themselves to mole hill we have. It's really on the job and always thinking the Aurora Building end Loan Associa- Dated November 18, 1942
tion of the City of Newark, now known RALPH DORBMUS VRBBSLAN
transportation In duffle bogs. hard to explain the beauty of of t h e boys that are in the ;LH Aurora Building and Loan Association CHARLOTTE HANNAH ADAM
You certainly did an ad- such a nice town. Army. I hope t h a t I'll get a der oath. Corporation, to demands and
brlnff in, un- Leblhaeh ft Ormond, Proctors
810 Broad Street,
mirable job in choosing things. I hope the people of Millburn chance to come home some day claims against such Association within Newark, N. J.
most needed by men in the and Short Hills and all that
soon a n d see you all once of or (3) months barred the date here-
from any ac-
Nov. 27, Dec. 4, 11, 18. 26
Army. This is a hard Job and again. And about that package tion therofor or on account thereof
take part in this conflict a ii^rainqt Bald Association, or Its officers, NOTICE OF 8KTTLEMENT
one well done. I know the other that I got from you I sure won't directors and members.
happy Christmas and a Happy open it until December 25th, Office of ofCharles must be filed at the
Proofs ckU-m ESTATE OP ANNA H. COLES, decease
boys will receive with a great New York. C. Giffoniello, Solici- Notice is hereby given that the A
deal of pleasure your kind gift just as it says on the package. tor for said Association. 744 Broad counts of the Subscriber, Executor
the last Will and Testament of ANN
and will think, a little more I graduate from the J. M. Street. (Room 1705) Newark,
I like t h e Army ~very much but wlth>n the time above limited. N. J. H. COLES, deceased, will be a-udited a
closely, of all that goes on in Perry Inst. in two weeks and I still miss good old Millburn. Dated, December 4th, 1942. stated by the Surro*rate and reported f
settlement to the Orphans' Court of t
the old home town. we will be shipping out as air County of E'ssex on Tuesday, < the 2
This Amarillo Field, Texas, is • AURORA BUILDING AND LOAN day of December next.
mechanics to some other field. a nice place, but it's too - far
ASSOCIATION LIQUIDATING Dated November 17. 1942
•It was fine to read t h e local So you see I was lucky to re- CORPORATION.
Formerly known as Aurora Building IRVINO RIKE
paper again. away from home to suit me. Riker, Harsh &. Shipman, Proctors
ceive your gift before Christ- When I was in Florida it was
and Loan Association, of
City of Newark.
744 Broad Street,
Best of luck and again — mas. bad enough, but they had to Newark, N. J.
Nov. 20, 37, Dec. 4, 11, 18
thanks. I realty don't know how to send me all the way down here
(IKIHI; TO LIMIT
Corp. BOB WURTZ thank you all, but thanks any- deep in t h e heart of Texas. The BsUte of DANJTOKTH December JR., 194 2 7. LEGAL NOTICE
PS.—The boys are all enjoy- way. Keep up t h e good work reason t h a t they sent me here OfMd. TO THE CREDITORS OP THE MIL
BURN BUILDING AND LOAN ASS
ing the candy. and I am sure I'll keep my end is to go to airplane mechanic Pursuant to the order of EUGENE F . CIATION, NOW KNOWN AS TH
up. You keep 'em smiling, a n d
school, a n d I'm sure going to of E«aex, thlw Surrogate of onthe County
day made, the appli-
MILLBURN BUILDING AND LOAN A
SOCIATION LIQUIDATING CORPOR
Sea Girt, N. J. I'll keep 'em flying. work hard and make good a t said flatawt—d, notice ia hereby siven to
cation of the undersigned, Rxecutrix of TON.
November 13, 1942 ' I'll say good-bye for awhile the job t h a t they want me to I he creditors of said deceased, to ex- Pursuant to the provisions of Cha
ter 408 of the laws of 1941 of t
hil'it to the subscriber under oath or af-
My dear Mrs. Foster: and God Bless You All. do. firmation, their claims a.nd demands State of New Jersey, notice is here
g-iven to the creditors of the Mini
Fortunately I don't have to Yours truly, I'll close thanking you again within HIX months from said deceased.
ap-alnst the estate of
this date, or Building and Loan Association, n
add "UJS.A." to the above ad- RUSSELL THOMAS, for the package, and I'm sure trry ruling- l>e forever barred flame
will from known a« the Millburn
Loan ^ Association
or recovering the
dress, for I'm still not only in (Pvt. U.S. Army Air Force) that I'll have a lot of fun when agaitwt the subscriber. tion, to bring in and present to
underblgrned Corporation at Its office N
the country, but in the same I open it on December 25th. RLLBN WINDOM WAIUIBN QEER
Hchmirt & Bourne, Proctors 312 Millburn Avenue, Millburn. N.
state, and not far off a t that. California As ever, 12
1 9 Springfield Avenue, their several debts, demands and ct&k
against said Corporation, duly verif
Smnimiit, N. J.
Nevertheless distance has noth- November 17, 1942 Pvt. SAL. SAMMARTINO" !><•<•. 11, IS, 26, Jan. 1, 8 under uath. within three months fro
the date hereof, or they wllil be f
ing to do with the appreciation "Just a line to thank you all ever narred from any action therefor
with which the USO packages for the swell package. Comes in
on account thereof against the Assoc
are received. Mine was a par- Are you entitled to wear a tion Corporation or its Directors,
fce.s or members.
very handy as I am out in "target" lapel button? You
ticularly happy choice of use- California desrt. Nearest fair are if you are investing a' MILLBURN BUILDING: AND LOA
ASSOCIATION LIQUIDATING CO
ful articles, much better than sized town is 140 miles and * least ten percent of your "In- PORATION
pounds of candy and cake and come in War Bonds every pay- By J. Albert Kalb. President
there is no» transportation avail- day. It's your baJ?<" of pa Attowt: Stanley J. Lathrop, Secretary
such perishables. Dated: November 6. 1948
able. Feeling just fine.
I say "was" because frankly Thanking you all, I remain.
I didn't wait until Christmas to
open it. No matter what it con- THOMAS F. FLYNN,
tained, I knew I could use it U. S. Army
now. The candy, according to
the unwritten etiquette of the Selma, Alabama
-Army, was accordingly distrib- November 17, 1942
uted 4 H M P N ^ M M B | M | Vh\,.
I want to thank everyone for
disappeared in very short order i uling me so nice a Christmas
indeed. The rest is reserved for present. I'll have to admit I
my own use, the exigencies of opened it after much persuasion
which have already consumed by the other boys. One extra
a pack of cigarettes. nice thing about it is that I
I don't know whether or not can use everything that is in
the kind people at home who it. It really makes me wonder
nut up those gift boxes realize just how anyone made u p such
how eagerly they're siezed upon a wonderful selection for the
and used, but I can assure you boys in the service. I bet it took
that such is the <:ase. The staff quite a lot of consideration and
.of Personnel Clerks here in Sea time to make them up. I'm sure
Girt joins me in thanking you, you don't realize how much all
'"1 everyone else who contrib- who receive them will enjoy
uted, for my Christmas pack- them. Well, I hope everything
ages. And I'm sure we all join is coming along fine in Mill-
burn and Short Hills. Thank
h ho Inp; that next year at this
you once again a n d I hope this
time we'll all be sending our
own Christmas packages, as will be all over soon so I can SUBSTITUTE
before'. come home and* thank everyone
Gratefully, in person. FOR MEAT...
DONALD B. WOODFORD, Sincerely yours,
Corporal, STEVE WILSON, Pfc.
Northport, L. I.
March Field, California November 18, 1942
November 15, 1942 "Dear Mrs. Foster:
Cltizsns of Millburn, I'm not going to attempt to
1 at to thank you one and write you a letter, but I do
'"•• the wonderful package wish to try to thank you and
•"•"!li organizations sent to the the others who sent me both
boys and I. The rest of the fel- the Christmas package and the
'ows from our home town were card, "it certainly is nice to
SN'T chicken the first thing you think of when you need a meat substitute?
s surprised as I was, but I know that we are being
guess all Christmas packages thought of by people a t homo. But you can serve fish and eggs and cheese dishes, too. Why not consult
e supposed to be surprises. I, unlike many of my friends our Home Economics Department? They will make suggestions on what to
he package certainly had and fellows I have never met,
a soldier could use. am quite fortunate in that I serve on meatless days and how to prepare these meals. They have dozens
We use rvery article the box am not on the other side in of recipes on hand and they will be glad to pass them on to you. This service
contained in every day life. I the middle of all the fighting. is given free of charge.
'""• ! uld show my a p - right now but there are still a
Precij than by a lot of things t h a t I have left
! ! | behind and do miss. I am sure
1 far from h
kes that impossible.
o again I thank you all.
that what you are doing for
the fellows in service means
c. JOSEPH A. DE CLASSIS" more than anyone can tell.
Thank you very much.
Yours truly, • BUY UNITED STATES WAR SAVINGS BONDS AND STAMPS * A-9270
Novem 1 1 RONALD (E. B. Fischer, A.S.)
Dear Mrs. E. H. Foster, U, S. Coast Guard
[Pagei6] The Millburn &* Short Hills ITEM [December
look and listen before crossing duty. The Board of Education
All three teachers wer« given
School Board* any more tracks.
Past heating troubles of
asked the Ridgewood Draft Three Join a leave of absence. They brin
Board for his deferment b u t the total In service to 12.
Washington school roomers, the
Retrenches Ration board, Draft Board, Red
William M. Barr, High School
Cross and USO have been Millburn Schools have lost mathematics instructor h a s
Millburn Board of Education ironed out and their trials will three more teachers to thebeen drafted and Miss Mary T. INSURANCE
Tuesday night took stock of not be aggravated by chill- armed
how far i t can go in the mat- blatns.
forces. Charles H. Ely, Wyoming School teacher ANALYSIS
Durrsema, t h e High School's has been accepted as a WAVE
ter of opening up school build-
ings for extraneous activities in
• only physics teacher h a s been Officer Candidate. J!" or.G"'35,,','S "S
Get in t h e Scrap! commissioned a n ensign in the spend for insurance pre-
view of the fuel shortage. At the Keep 'Em Firing — With Junk! Navy a n d h a s reported for miums? Are you paying for
STATIONERY insurance you do not need'
end it was decided to curtail all FOR HOME, SCHOOL We will gladly analyw
but public assemblages in fu- OR OFFICE your present insurance
ture and so a request for use HELP WANTED Policies without cost o r
— TOTS — obligation.
of Glenwood school gymnas- Overlook Hospital, Summit — Housekeeping maids, porters,
ium was denied.
Washington School is already
elevator men, ambulance drivers, repair men. All must be
reliable. Write or telephone for application blank. —
ALPER S Craig &Seymour Co.
Superintendent. Short Hills Ave., Short Hills
well filled with war agency 45 MAIN STREET MI 6-0614
Short Hills 7-3488
groups, but the board will stop,
I IT BROWN leather be«, Tuesday in
i h Kewarti. Frances Morano,
treet, Millburn 6-0452-R.
3te % Sfulftaijii
i ;.'i,i' !:: •; Main Street, between
i i i i dim t Avenue. Saturday
> i . 0 : i ise call Millburn 6-
HJ| A & | T | / % r i I f\ •*»,».-
M K.ak. _ _ . . . _ » _ _ . .
RYE AND BOURBON. i *%• • * • A l t a i « • •
0 ,06 .1 18-1-5057
BROOKHAVEN BOURBON, 6 yr.., 100 Proof Ot.
4/5 Ot. 2.W
BOTTLED IN BOND
! --"SEVERAL hours a day. several
lays a week for tight work on small
CALVERT SPECIAL Blended d P t Pt. 1.77, 4/5 Qt. 2.79
SPECIAL. B l d
CARSTAIRS WHITE SEAL
Pt. 1.77. O
14 YEAR OLD
in i surroundings. Write Box
I. . , i . Item or phone Short Hills 7-
PENNSYLVANIA RYE FINCH GREEN LABEL
FINCH SOLD LABEL
r Pt. 1.36. Ots 2.58
Pt. 1.40. Qt. 2.68 CANADIAN RYE
6 YEARS OLD FARM CREST STRAIGHT RYE, 4 yn., 90
i TICIANS (TWO) EXPERIENCED. 86.8 PROOF
t and moat modern Bea-uty Ba- Caie . f 12 Proof pt. |.22, Qt. 2.34
Pt. 2.22, 4/5 Ot. 3.SI ICaie of 12
li >n in this community. Millburn 6-0926
Millburn 6-0145. 18-1-5061
i. WOMAN for ligrht housework.
laundry or cooking. Sleep In—In
BotUed in Bend under
H FOUR ROSES RYE. 90 Proof
CALVERT RESERVE BLENDED
JEFFERSON BOURBON, Straight
Pt. 1.81. Qt. 3 54
Pt. 2.05. 4/5 Qt. 3.23'
Pt. 1.22. Qt. 2.22
DISTILLED IN CANADA
U. S. Government Superviiioi
„ « JEFFERSON RYE, Straight Pt. 1.22, Qt. 2.38
Oak Ridge section. Write B.
H. care Item. 18-1-505G jwr^wswswswswsBaRa^jBaBBwssaaiwS MT. VERNON, 4i/ 2 yn.. Bondfd Rye. 100 Proof . Qt. 3.95
; Ag.d Full 14 Y«.r.in Wood
U I < >R BOY with drivers license to
SUNNV DinAC 5OLD TAYL
° R . ^h y«-100 Proof 4/s Qt. 4.05
i i Mil to work In store. Harvey
rtcor. 324 Millhurn Avenue.
. „ f
BOTTLED IN BOND
t O L D GRANDDAD, 4l/ 2 y,,.. 100 Proof
f OLD OVERHOLT. Bonded, 100 Proof
4 / 5 Qt. 4.05
Full Qt. 3.79
STRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY g SEAGRAM'S 5 CROWN WHISKEY
WILSON "THAT'S ALL" WHISKEY
4 / 5 Qt. 2.79
Full Qt. 3.43
PUERTO RICAN RUM
ll.ES i tSITIONS -.-•II tor women, 18- 6 YEARS OLD WHITE OR GOLD
. < 5 « 2.33
.i.ply F . W. i. Co., Mill- THREE FEATHERS BL~
• avenue. 23-tf-4871 IOO PROOF
1 SEAGRAM'S V. O. CA77AW W ^ o l d " . 4 / 5 Qt. 4 3!
s i : i ! v n i s in i i. itiii
OLD CROW i °LD LOYALTY
CANADIAN RYE, 14 yr^ old 4/5 Qt. 3.34 —^ " « I ^mr^^* * ^ ^ H fl^W* fl^V.* H.P^^^ a ^ ^ ^ tt^^W^^^W
! • . • ! . , i ; • ; . .
. , 1 . l l
.• ii i
i l l ! II
4 YEAftS OLD
KENTUCKY BOURBON 4 / 5 Qt
ROYAL PHEASANT CALIFORNIA BRANDY
; i i : ; : M . \ K I ii I f l i .> I; iin! l l - IOO PROOF
Lei i ' i • •i . ' i . - • 11.!i C 0333 . 1
L8 1 S0S1
American Champagne j A.00
AN ALL PURPOSE GRAPE 1RANDY
HMI'I^OYMTWT AGENCY DE KUYPER CORDIALS or SPARKLING BURGUNDY
;• :, Couples, Nurses, Houae Work-
; !i lirst class help with best
,•-•.. Second floor. 1087 Sprine-
f'e I Avenue, Irvinton. near Centre. .••"'•. 1 1 1 1 . . . •;
FINE SPARKLING WINES
PRODUCED BY CHICARI ' ^ LAI.
. i: • lei 3-6471. Blackberry .69 3.13 COAST-TO-COAST BRAND
Peach .69 3.13
i M and assistant will come and
i the party. W411 show tricks
and entertain for any length of time.
DeLUXE ATHERTON PORT
Creme de Cacao .67 4/5 qt. Viool. Full got.
u thor Information call ;;ii<n;
. 8421-J. U-a-5042
M I I I . i j. An ex-princlpal of many
Creme de Menthe .57
For th Perfect After Dinner
BLENDED RYE 54c 1.11 2.12
• perionoe wishes to tutor in
superb blend of
'Liqueur H I.I. .-. - -
h .1 i.i (tranches.
Call S t Hills 7-S754.
- year - old
PARTY SANDWICHES made to order. ll.M.F (,,\l..
IB. 60 r*»r hundred. Call Millburn 6-
||.. 11 -1 f- 5 015 MAYFLOWER
86.8 proof. BOTTTJI 5.32 41c 74c 1.38
A National Distillers Product
• ' PIANO tuned. $3.»0. Used pianos NEW ENGLAND RUM
i sale. Reginald Belcher, Chatham.
Phon ! i344. 20-tf-B027 BOTTLED IN BOND IMPORTED PORTS
8 YEARS OLD
FOR HUNT IOO PROOF
SCOTCH WHISKIES ENCANTO RUBY - - 25oz 131
GLEN GRAEME, 86 Proof 4/5 Qt l \ \ 25 oz. 1.41
• • i I. j rIVK room in prtvats home
,11 I!I • But a I ooupla pre- GLEN CRINAN, 86 Proof 4/5 oV , ' , , OLD TAWNY 25oz. 2.27
• i Convenient to all transport*
i • . <•'"..•'• , i i " . i H i M a 7 - 2 8 9 2 .
TOWN BALLANTINES SCOTCH, 86 Proof 4/5 o t 4 13 PRODUCE OF PORTUGAL
18-1-6062 BRANDY JOHN BEGG BLUE CAP 4/5 XI" VL1
TWO flOl 8BS EEO J KXMBS, DW4UB,
G 3 YEARS OLD
BLACK & WHITE, 8 yr5.
CUTTY SARK, 86 Proof
Z!.Z 4/1 Ot 400
4^5 X , 4 0 0
I I i i " :, i . Business couiii"
•,!:;. D. 3 4 3 MiUburn A v e n u * .
At Fine an Apple Brandy
at we have ever come acroti
F u Mq t DEWAR'S WHITE LABEL, 8 y«., 86.8 r W f " " I 4 / 8 Ot' 395
H A IS & HAIG PINCH BOTTLE. 12 yr,., 86.8 Pr. .4/5 Qt. 493
HAIG 4 HAIG 5 STAR, 8 yrs., 86.8 Proof 4/5 Ot 393
HOME. 7 rooms, 2 baths — sleeping
FOR 8A1.E YOUR CHOICE OF SCOTCH
I SPALDING'S SCOTCH, 8 yr,! old, 86 Proof
ROYAL REGENT, 8 yrs. old, 86 Proof
. 4 / 5 0 * . 3.33
• 4/5 Ot- 3.33 Bordeaux, France
R JOHNNIE WALKER RED LABEL 8 vri
•h — steam heat — 2 car garage.
i.irrta Avenue and Wayside, Bhorl
Hills. Plot 203x100 — 112,000. Mill-
86.8 Proof ' 7 "
JOHNNIE WALKER BLACK LABEL,' 12 y r , ' '
• 4/5 Qt. 3.94
burn Building- and Loan Association.
'D USED Piano Aroordlon, HO bass.
ROYAL REGENT I OLD ANGUS SCOTCH,,8 y i i , 86"Proof
: in $185.00. Reginald Belch-
i, i . I i I m 4-2344. 18-4-5063 GLEN GRAEME WHITE HORE CELLAR, 8 yr,., 86 8 Proof
MARTINS v.v.o ..." ' 8Proof
4/5 Qt. 3.94 I DRY COCKTAIL 1.77
IE' i • i• •
!'. in seta complete. Frio( rwMOO
D i MilnB H o o m ftjrf l ; i v -
SCOTCH WHISKY t AMONTILLADO 2.01
i: 1 . phone " Mill-burn 6-1301. 86 PROOF CREAM
1S-3-50C5 DillUUd, Bl.nJ.J 45 ASK THE MANAGER FOR I OLOROSO 3.01
•?4 BolH.d in
Scotland ^ 3.331 •.•; LOW CASE PRICES
" lai"g» 25 oz. bottles
APPLIANCE REPAIRS YUKON A & I' WINE AND LKUJOlt SHOP
"See The Marks Bros." '.Ml,I,III |[N AVI.'.VI 1.
RADIO SALES CORP. CLUB Open • DeHvprj S^rvii
Phmw Mlllbarn 6-0 AND
SODA THE GREAT ATLANTIC ALE