EADEK. TB CUSDAY. OCTOBER 16.1958
(jncolnPTA Mrs. E. A.
Woman's Club Mas (tUute. that the sixthlloacock an- Essex Troop B
nounced district fall
who are interested in horseman*
conference would be held in Elija- ship, rifle marksmanship, dis-
Jo Hold Fair Talk and Slides oeth on Tuesday, Oct. 28. Mrs. mounted drill and other military Gifts O f Distinction
Lorenti Wade announced l:\ai theSets Coffee Social subjects. .
tomorrow By Bert Harwell summer projects ni'tlod $3074.74, The troop meet: Saturdays from From Many Lan«Y
ividi some money still to come in.
Mrs. Tiealese introduced the Junior Essex Troop "B" will 8 a.m. until 12 noon at the Watch-
The Lincoln School fair wiH be The opening niMting of the apcaker, Mr. Harwell, from the huld a coffee social at the Watch- ung Stables, during the fail and
Ji tomorrow from 1:S» t* 5:80 Woman's Club was held on Mon- itaff of the National Audubon So- ung Stables, Glenside avenue, spring and at the Westfleld Ar-
The fair it the primary fuiffl- day. The meeting was preceded ciety, Mr, Harwell is a speaker Summit, at 9 *,m. Saturday. mory, during the winter months.
oject of the Liacoln P I A by tea served in the lower lounge who brings to his audience a long
sif the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Wil- friendship with American birds. The colToe, an annual event in Prospective troopers and their
lor the year. liam O. Lippman, chairman of the He can speak to them in their own the fall, gives the parent* of troop- parents are Invited to attend the INTERNATIONAL
I Announcemeirt of c o p leeeptdon committee assisted by language as he demonstrated by ers an opportunity to see theii 57 Elm $t.
|, n s ,nd committees C*IM from Mesdames Bruce Hainsworth, F, imitating the calls of many birds. boys in action for the drat time.
, c-chairmea^ Mrs. H w r y F. E. Bosenstiehl and Edward E. He then took his audience on a The troop Is composed of boys In the event of rain, the affair
ylii and Mt». U. E. Etauaerman. I.ittman greeted members at the screen tour of the parks and for- between the ages of 11 and 18, will be held Nov. 1.
Thi» year's a«w attraction for door.
e children will include-* fupptt gotten towns of the west.
tow, games of skill wilh jriies, Receiving were Mrs. Joseph Mc-
iiUlure sol*. ••><! *»!»** !••»»• Cain, Mrs. Vaughn Waite, Mrs. • OPEN SUNDAY A EVERY DAY
,- Fur-trimmed doll.'* ekrtkei Charles Barnes and Bert Harwell, Home Department to
ill be sold, as well at Halloweea speaker. Mrsi C. M. Pond and Hear Rug Hooking Talk
itumcs and acoat •niforfni. A Miss Alice Pelton, with their com-
•ial table for baked •*>*• a*afc mittee MesdHmes Earl Skinner, The American home department
the children, and a soda arid Harold Hawkins, John Seott, E. R. of the Woman's Club will hold the
dog table will be other point* Hickman, George Denny and Fied first meeting of the fall Monday
interest. Adami served tea. Mrs, J. E. Wee- a t l t i B p.m. in the clubhouse. The
For the adults there will ba a lards arranged flowers for the tea speaker for the afternoon will be • • /
mt section, featuring dried floral »nd Mrs. W. A. Hagerbaumer Mrs. Frank DeBella of Roselle
..rjngeracnts, as wtll as Afritaa mnde the flower arranirements for Park, who will speak on "Painting
islets, and various house plants. the entrance and stage. Mrs. A.on Wool." The talk will feature mm* • nntkrat
,1 the bake .table, the emphasis W. Weir and Mrs. R. R. McLaugh- the story of the.art and craft of
been put on variety, with eat-
. —w. A. Burke lin poured,
rug hooking. tquirrel • beaver
jles and salads added to the FOLLIES DANCERS-Rehearsln* for a dance number in tho pertianlamb •
Mrs. McCain, club president, con- Mrs. Howard Jewett, hospitality
i.play of cake* • • * ptM. BMN IMS follies, "Manhattan Merry-Go-Round," are from left tb right: ducted the business meeting which
ipes will be tola. Hot CMTM wiU Mra, Gordon Hamilton, Mrs. Joseph Gehrlein, Mrs. Edward Ivy and chairman for the department will
followed the tea. .After the open- be assisted In serving refreshments
marten • otUr
Mrt. Frank MePherton. The Follies is being presented tomorrow and ing prayer the salute to the flag by members of the executive board: fur teal • broadtail
Booth chairmen will be: gain was led by Doreen Mulreany, the Mcsdamei W. B. Gundrum, chair-
isle, Mrs. Rufo Sanchez and Mrs, Saturday evening in the senior high school auditorium, (Story on lie'.ectee for the Citizenship Insti- man, J. Wallace Gentles, Balrd *i our low, low
(aha Fedoroclco; tewing taNt, anl- tute at Douglass College last June. Parks, H. T. Halleran, Guy Quinri , ctot*-to-faetoTi tori prim
ils, Mra. Herbert Otto; aprons, Doreen gave an account of the in- and Adam Piret.
rs. D. P. Pasquartlla; dell
lothes, Mrs. Rodger Twitchell; Dr. Lewis Appointed Plans Announced for
nltting, Mrs. Robert Bresltner; Committee Chairman
ulloons, Mrs. Curt Aigre; booki
nd games, Mrs. William Gordon; Dr. Frank H. Lewit of 600 L a w
enmici and white elephant, Mrs. rsnee 'avenue, head of Newark
Local "Jack Dunn Day"
John Morriasey, chairman o< f M •MM Mel IMMMMMMI
SCHOOL m h mumt it
Inthony Cappe add Mra. Hilton College- of Engineering's Counsel- "Jack Dunn Day" in Westfleld Sat* t Special Fall Courses Starting Now
Jirshall; Christmas booth, Mrs. ing Centei, has been appointed tirday and candidate for Town
'jul Peacock Jr. chairman of the college's faculty Council from the second ward ori
Also, the food table will t» un- comMittee on academic standing, the Democratic ticket, has an-
icr the direction ai Mrs. Joseph according tb Dr. Robert W. Vannounced general plans for the pro-
iratin, assisted by Sirs, William Houten, president. gram honoring the candidate for
Cox, Mrs. Otto Glade, and Mrs. This is the third year Dr, LewU the House of Representatives.
Robert Lay; games, Mrs. Robert 'as acted as chairman of the com-
Sauser; jewelry, Mrs. Theodore mittee,' which sets up academie William Nevin, Bryce MacDon-
Cleveland; plants, Mrs. Graham regulations to serve as a guide for aid, Ernest Daman and William POWUS KHOOl M7ta*Avemw DAIIY TO » P.M. (AT. 4 ( U N , TO 4 P.M.
lice; puppets, Mrs. N o r m a n action to be taken on a student's Harbin who are also Democratic «• «tt f»w> am Ormi CnHMtt
louston; scout uniforms and Hal-record. At the end of each semes- candidates for local office, will con- F L K M I N G T d l S F U H 6 1 1 . F,.m,r.8,or,, N.W
duct Colonel Dunn throughout the —N«wYork17, N.Y.. -YUkon 6-4690— NEW JEMEY'S lASOEIt MANUFACtUIH I DISTtllUTOI O» rlMl r U l I
oween costumes! Mrs, Elwin C. ter the committee reviews all aca-day.
Aunuid; toys, Mr*. Frederick Scr. demic records and issues necessary
it Jr.; signs, Mrs. C. Willla« precautionary statements concern- All of the candidates will be
[Ueyers Jr.; and Mrs. Charles Ed- ing the academic standing of the available for interviews from 12
ir»Jr.; arid treasurer, Mrs. Geo. students. noon until 2 p.m. at a sandwich
ibroedei'. Dr. Lewis is al«o the chairman lunch to which the public is invit-
>f the committee on student ad- id at Democratic headquarters in
'isory services. the Trianjrle Building, Lenox and
i PTA Announces North avenues.
st Moon Dane*
| MOUNTAINSIDE - A harvest
soon dance is slated for Not. 14
nDeerfield School it w i s annoanc- for that itnart look
I by Mrs. Morton Retch, music
jiirmin, at a PTA board meeting
ji tha school. Proceeds will be tot ARE Y O U A . . .
| p n k u e of musical Instruments
for 4ae school. •
Otltfatn to the state conven-
" Oct. 21-24 in Atlantic City
jtllrs. Harry Blair,- Mrs. Henry. • - . 1
| » « # T , Mrs. Seymour Crubel, Mrs.
|F«*wk Wilhelms Jr., Mrs.
•fcltk, Mrs. Neil Wintringhan,
IKn Howard Brown, Mrs. S. L
•tsfbr, Mrs. Frank Dwyer and
•Xri Iiadore Greenbaum.
I Van than 700 persons attended
JlUBroom teas, it was reported.
••Rtngcmenta have been made for
"^children to attend a chit-
w* concert Dee. 20 In Newark.
< affair is staged by Garden
'te Concert Inc., successor o! the A V.I.P. is a V«ry Imporfanr P«non to u< b«cau»t h« if a W, F. S.
1th Fouifetirai. customer whom w t ar« privll»gtd to M T V * Ihraughoul the year.
An M.I.P. It • Moil Important P t r w i to u< too because he It not
oisy Bull M M t s
ai yet a W. F. S. customer. We would like to convert every
The monthly meeting of the EUZABETH WESTFiELD M.I.P. Into a V.I.P. became . . ,
% Bud Twig-of Muhlenberg 277NO.BIWADST. e 217E.BRdADST.
pital was held at the home of Open Ttiurs. Eve.
Neuman on Oct. 6. Tho —Closed Wed. Open Monday Hve,
jlccted members were told
•boat the functions and duties of NOT CONNECTED with any
lie dub. other firm of similar name
next meeting will.be held
" tie home of Terry Paterssn on A W. F. S. CUSTOMER Is more than A W. F. S. CUSTOMER Is more thor. d
PRESCRIPTIONS FHBCUEbV FILLED — SINCE 192S
<H 27, Pumpkins will be etrved a name on a ledger card. He Is a flesh voice on the telephone or a signature
»r some of the. hospital rooms.
and blood fellow human being, with on a letter. Your coil dr letl*f h oiir
emotions, hopoj, ambilions and per- opportunity to serve — our signal for
sonal problems just like our own. action — art Important communication
BEST cVCO. worthy of ovr best efforts to iehrfr
A W. F. S. CUSTOMER U not an Inter-
ruption of our work. Ho is the very
purpose of i t . . . tha one to whom we A W. F. S. CUSTOMER is as much a
like to devote bur lime because we part of our business a t tha directors,
Her Private Life afe here primarily to serve him. bffleers and staff . . . together we ore
a team which makes the Association.
is very fashionable indeed
when she's wearing our
soft drift of quilted nylon A W. F. S. CUSTOMER Is a friend who
tricot, frilled with brings Us his needs. It is our job to A W. F. S. CUSTOMER i» truly a Very
delicate nylon lace. It's a fW them- quickly, efficiently and Important Person a n d always h a *
wonderfully feminine look,
pleasantly. been for the past 70 years.
but don't let that fool
You • • • nylon has a way
of spinning through the suds
in no time.
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