7AKITAN TOWNSHIP AND FORDS BEACON
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1948
PTA Hears K. of C. and P.T.A
to Sponsor Festival Many Win Prizes
ogel Planning to Keep
'Love Conquers All' The Nival OrdtuAtf ft* ft*.1 Durtm
Town Post 'for Present' Sewaren Notes
PS.W.W. Bender WOODBRlDQE-r-Plnal arrange-
ments will be made Monday at at Bridge Party WOODBRIDGE-The Inde- Radio Play Theme In si*.
the Columbian Club at 8:30 for pendent-Leader learned today
r !• M Kf. • - - A donation to the he barn dance and harvest (esti- that Township Attorney B. W. By Mn. r«rey ft. Amtaa
|,(il.x County Tuberculosis va! to be sponsored Wednesday 8EWAREN—Mrs. P. J. Adams, Vogel. who will be sworn In as WOODBRIDOE — Love Con- TiL WO. I-UUE
i'i,.'nli.li League was voted at a evening by the Knights of Colum- Mrs. James Noel and Mrs. Olive State Senator the second Tues- uers All1' Is the theme of Arthur -Mrs. V. J. Taylor. Wadding-
, of the Avenel Parent- bus and St. James' PTA at St. Van Iderstlne were high score
,!„., Association Tuesday. James' Auditorium. George Rud- winners at the meeting of the
lll(,,nirement was made that dy's orchestra will play for the Sewaren Bridge Club at the home
J^UKO would be held at the dancing,
day In January, will not resign
his Township post, at least for
the time being.
It Is understood that the Dem-
Wing Ptnero's Enchuited Cot* (on. N. Y.. w u UM weekend
which will be brought to
he r»dlo by the Episcopal (ami- Road.
of Mr. and Mn. H. D. Clark. Cliff COLONIA
ies of WoodbrldRe Township to-
l((t Monday and Tuesday. All
of Mrs, Harper A. Sloan, West
The local chapter of the Knights Avenue. ocratic leaders have prevailed —Miss Helen Clark, Cliff Road,
morrow night from 8 to 8:30 P. M., vtslttd In Freehold over the week- MORE NEW I1OMKS
.,,,. -111(1 friends are Invited to upon Mr. Vogel to continue as over Station WOR. •
of Columbus will attend the me- Others present were Mrs. A. P. end.
i! morial services tomorrow night In Soneld, Mrs. Ployd T, Howell. Mrs. municipal solicitor as long as Miss Gene Tlerney, star of —Miss Alice Mae O'Connor. 4 4 Rooms, Rxp«ufcn Attic Second Floor. Circulating
,. program featured a talk by Somervllle sponsored by New Jer- R., O. Crane. Mrs. Morrison Chris- possible. It Is known that the many Hollywood triumphs such Broad Street, spent Saturday In
Welcome W. Bender, apeech sey Chapter No. 4. Transportation tie, Mrs. A. W. Scheldt, Mrs. H, B. attorney wished to resign due to as "A Bell for Adano," "The Ra- New York. Hot W i t e r - O i H * 4 Heat, Lath and Ptater.
l^inRist of the Crippled Chil- will be available from the Colum- Rankln. Mrs, William C. Ecker, pressure of State and personal zor's Edge," "The Iron Certain," —MUs Eleanor Austen, Went
,•,. Hospital, Newark. A film bian Club. business, but has heeded the lo- will portray the role of Laura. Avenue, vlalted her grandmother rVLLT F.H.A. INWRCTT.D
Mrs. Samuel J. Henry, Sewaren; cal party's wishes.
siiown by Ralph Rotella, pres- The Knights are also planning Mrs. Oeorge Stllwell, Metuchen; Walter Hampden, beloved veteran Mrs. P. R. Austen. Olen Ridge,
(,f the Middlesex County a Cops' Night December 4 with Mrs. George Urban, Princeton,
,,,,,• of the Cerebral Palsy John Govelltz and Joseph Sipos and Mrs. Thomas Vincent, Rome
SON IS BORN
AVENEL—:Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Actor of the state and screen and Friday.
host on this series of "Oreat —A daughter, Nancy Irene, was
Scenes from Great Piays," will born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Harrj
SALE PRICE $9500
as co-chairmen. N. Y. Ptnkocw, Demarest Avenue, are with
Harold Van Ness an- piny the part of the old family Howell, West Avenue.
The next meeting, December 8. the parents of a son, Joseph Ste friend, Major Hillgrove, and
(I that new books had been Christmas Carol," "Ride, Cowboy, will be held at the home of Mrs phen. born at Rahway Memorial Down Payment of $1500
j,;i srrt for the Avenel Library Ride," "Heidi," "Penny," "Penny Henry, West Avenue. Richard Waring, long a favorite
,ws Adult: "O Capture the and Peter," "Pinto's Journey,"
Hospital. Mrs. Plnkocze Is the for with radio audiences, will play Rose Marie Surick MONTHLY PAYMENT INCtUDtNO TAXEfl
mer Irene Toth, Youngstown, O opposite Miss Tnerney as Oliver. Engaged to Veteran
if • "Pilgrim's Inn," "Run- Orlmm's Fairy Tales," "Penrod," Each fighting man in the Nav
nf the Tide.," ,"The Trumpet "Little Princess," "Teen-Age Com- consumes over a ton of food year
Him";, "Bird's panion," "Date for Diane." ly; each ton requires 80 cubic feel
DAUGHTER FOR STOCKELS
WOODBRIDGE—Mr. and Mrs
the war casualty whom she mar-
ries out of pity. SEWAREN—Mr. and Mrs. John'
-fiU of shipping space, aboutten time: Wilson Stockel are the parents How deep and abiding love 3urick, 88 Woodbrldge Avenue, Uc«U| M» <1)fiWckW«t •(
the storage space of a tsandar. a daughter. Alice Jean, born a works » miracle on a limping, dis- have announced the engagement
home refrigerator. Perth Amboy General Hospital. illusioned w*ar casualty, how love of their daughter, Rose Marie, to Si Qtrnft Aftnue, (Mania
BUSY DEE MARKET
J7 MAIN SJftEET WOODBRIDGE
WARREN LODGE in the WHITE MTS.
transforms a hopelessly plain Daniel Rasmugaen, son of Mrs.
British school teacher into a ra- Pauline Rasmussen, 66 Hunt
diant beauty—and how this phys- Street, Iselin.
ical transformation Is still invis- Miss Surick attended thr Wood-
ible to the people of the outside bridge Girls' Vocational School.
world Is the mystical thesis of the Her fiance served In the U. 8.
plot. It Is a story of a modern Army and is employed by Koos
ROUTE 25 WARREN, N. II. BOX 203
miracle wrought by a good Brothers, Rahway.
41 WEST CUFF ROAD
suffi R SPECIALS
H. & L. Mauncey, Prop. woman's love that transcends all
obstacles and refuses to recognize Jason, of Greek mytholoRy, led
any impediment to the attainment the Argonauts In search of the
of its goal. It is also the story Golden Fleece.
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ORK LOIN TUNA Deer Season from November 15 to
December 15—Open Season
of glorious enchantment of a cot-
tage and of how two people found
their true selves within Its ancient
walls. A fairy story for grown-ups,
lb. 47c Woodbridge Food Service
Solid Pack - Light Meat "Bear" Plentiful—Year Round perhaps, but also a story with a
lesson which can be applied uni-
Season also Wild Cat and Fox and Mink versally.
HOP MEAT PEACHES
Steamheated Rooms with Showers, Home Cooked
Meals. Rates Reasonable. DANCE SATURDAY
FORDS—The Teen Age Swlng-
No. 2V2 can 3 3 c
HAROLD & LAURA MOUNCEY
Formerly of Woodbridte Township.
stcrs will hold a fall dance Satur-
day at Our Lady of Peace Church
"THE FRIENDLIEST IN TOWN"
auditorium. Prizes will be awarded.
ork Chops Tomato
IO are offering these food specials from
lb. 45c Sauce can 7cj now until Thanksgiving tve. We hope your
PER Your Thanksgiving TURKEYSNOW i Thanksgiving table tcill be a plentiful one,
full of the choicest foods the land of tltc Pil-
We Carry a Full Line of Birds-Eye Frozen Foods ^
ITHE BUSY BEE MARKET
We Deliver Free - Just Call Us •
jtir foods are the finest obtainable. Our prices arc just jj
COMBINATION STORM and
Headquarters For Fruit Cake Ingredients
For the best in home-made fruit crte, tome to Woodbrldge Fruit
Service and obtain the best in what makes I fruit cake A masterpiece
,oi your bakery art.
ri^lit for the perfect meal you'll serve Thanksgiving $
FLAGSTAFF PUMPKIN „ » , *m.: . 15c
PREMIER CRANBERRY SAUCE 17c
Lifetime Combination NONE SUCH MINCEMEAT pkg. We
been Storm Sash and Screens PREMIER'S BRANDY MINCEMEAT.... j w %
All-in-One Unit KLAKO
SIMPLE SIMON PIE CRUST
, ' ( * l iW*'-V>liil# 1fli J|r
. 2 for 35c
Tailor-made, precision fit for
all your windows, with beau-
tiful California Redwood . .
and up PURE LARD lb. 23c
never warps, never decays,
never needs painting. Save
BLUE RIBBON BUTTER lh.7^
35% on fuel this winter and
keep those insects out in
According to Size
summer with these copper LEADER COFFEE , lb. 39c
wire, fine mesh screens.
6.00x16 t'^^ D A T E S lust* iMUMfui pkg.Z7c
I • Save upto 35% on fuel
I lljij Hat will make you uk for Mori F O*
• Fine mesh bronze screen
NEW • Lifetime California redwood DIAMOND WALNUTS Ib. 45c
We also have almonds and mixed nuts of many tarieties.
• Permanent comfort for lifetime
BY GOOD/YEAR • No waiting, prompt delivery Visit Our Meal Department. Youll
liml a fall line of fretth4iUe<I Tur-
Trade in your worn Hre» to-
day for new Marathons —
t Year 'round comfort
the tire that "runi and run* • No storing-no climbing keys ami o^her Thanksgiving meats
and runs" to give you the
A WIIK *o tender they'll melt In your mouth.
greatest value for your
LONG WEAR MARATHONS f
PAY NOTHING ' T I L 1949
NON-SKID SAFETY TAKE 3 YEARS T O PAY - T H E SUMMIT WAY
EASY PAY PUN
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USTINb STAMINA '
We'll buy the unused mileage in your old
tires 4, . at prices that will astonish youl
Call P. V 4-71^0 or 7121
Woodbridge Food Service
«ud a courteous mtlMmwn will «»U 572 AMBOY AVKNUK WOODBHIlKiE
BANK VANSYCKLE with umplM . . . no" oblit»Uon, of
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