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									                                                                                                                               THE WEBTFIELD LEADf*, WEDNESDAY, MAY If, MM
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        AT CONVENTION
                                                             P.-T. Aaa'a                                                                                  An unfortunate incident, in which
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   'ith a e approach of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        A luncheon for women which Ha
                                                          Stage Rani                                                      FUNERAL SERVICES           a facsimile of the first page of The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Annual Baseball Game. Col-          sponsors hope wfll be one of 1&e larg-          ,.d the closing of Ma
                                                                                                                                                      Leader of October 30, 1929, with
                                                             Friday                                                       FOR GEORGE W. COLE         typewritten insertions was used as a                    lege Men's Club vs. W. H. S. est of the kind ever held ia be- lev. weeki away tfca
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Varsity.                               ing arranged in connection with the dency of th* youagw « t k «
                                                                                                                                                      political circular, has given rise to                                                         meetings which the Allied Forces far of summer canpa. la aatiaaafias «af
                                                             Over 425 members and friends of I Funeral services for George W. the inference that The Leader spon-
                                                          Lincoln p                                                                                                                                                                                 Prohibition are to hold in Siuoarit, tbi. the YWCA is pr«»a»M to « • »
      A oka for unselfishness courage'                                  a « n t - Teacher Association' Cole, who died May 19 following a sored the circular. The Leader at                                                                          Miy 24 snd 26.
   rd determination on the part of ^ e i n h e r e d in the auditorium of the, brief nines*, were held Thursday aft- no time is partisan in its news col-                                                       Card Party, Watchung Caa*.                                                    suggaatiOM and arraaaajbr tlaaj
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The luncheon will be held on the who a u y deiir* |D attaaaffMM* « a v
* kers was made by Eobert W Har- B c h ° o 1 o n F r i d «y n « h t ; t 0 fitness the ernoon in his late home with the BeT. umns. In this instance, it had no                                                No. 37, U. 8. W. V. ia Ugioa           first day of the meetings and wiB tag the warai «#ta«r.
^ e ™ c e * ^ a M e a t 'of the" WeetaeM | Kesentation of "The District School William K. McKinney, D. D., minis- knowledge that the facsimile was be-                                                       Rooms.                                                                                                       j
                                                                                                          ter of the Presbyterian Church of- ing used, and deeply regrets any                                                                       have as its main attraction aa adartse       Th« local T 4 a s p ^ «
frost Company, and retiring preai-i** B'»eberr5 Corners."                 •ry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    by Hiss Nornia C. Brown, secretary Camp Wiqma»H>ik, loeaajf « •
dent o the New Jersey Bankers As-
dent of                                                      The comedy was a decided success ficiating. Burial took place in Fair- misunderstanding                              it may have!                        Mar M — I r . H .             of the Allied Forces and the only Kaaswauke, ia aae »f the ataat a*
                                                                                                          view Cemetery.                              caused.                                                    Dedication. Memorial Grove.
sociation in an address delivered Sat- from the moment the curtain rose up-                                                                                                                                                                         woman speaker making the tour with tractive aarta af taa gtaupa M*«»-
        ay       te          g
   rday at the dosing session of the                    on a dignified and complacent school,
                                                                                         _              j                                                  The following letter is self ex- i                  Clark Park.                          the Allied Campaigners.
                                                                                                                      F. • . WALWORTH                                                                                                                                                         taias, half way iKtwcan Taaato « a t
twenty-ninth annual convention, held committee propounding a series of •
               ith          l               ti h l d                                                                                                  planatory:                                                                                        All women interested in Prohibition Bear Mountain, New York, l « t gHb
in the Hotel Chelsea in Atlantic City, j questions to a group of applicants who                              Funeral services for Franklin B.                                                                        Mar »*—S-T»mm,                 will be invited and members of the of p a d * sehoal aad juaiot Ma*
                                                                                                                                                                                May 17, 1H32.
Hr. Harden declared that reductions j appear as candidates to teach theWalworth, formerly of Westfield, who The Editor Westfield Leader,                                                                        Annual Dinner. College Men's        committee arranging the luncheon school agea. Thi» c a a ^ «*a«l • «f>-
of every budget of the smallest ham-i Blueberry Corners district school.                                  died suddenly Hay 6, were held Wed-                                                                 Club. Baltusrol C. C.                 are planning on an attendance repre- rUty ef activity far HMM v h * «V
                                                                                                                                                      Westneld, N. J.
let of the _____ to the budget __ the A German schoolmaster whose chief nesday morning of last week. Burial Dear Sir:
                  state __                      of ___                                                                                                                                                                                              sentative of the whole city. In some tead and th« noat comptUat t—4m
            l              t h l d b th d                                     eems to be his very awt-
f'j^rgoveTnmeiit'shoufd'bethe daV qualification 8eem8 to be his very sat i *<>«* place in Oakwood Cemetery, Mt_                                                                                                       M>r **—E*M«f                  of the large cities which th« Allied tors mparviM. The activiUea i a e M t
termined aim of every banker. He isfactory theory as to corporal pun-1 K ' « » i N. Y.                                                                     In my campaign for County Com-
                                                                                                                                                      initteeman from the Fourth Ward a                         Annual Meeting YWCA, "Y"            Campaigners ham visited, aa auuiy a* horseback riding, bosting, •wiausiaf,
                                                                                                           _
urged the 600 delegates present to j ishment is finally selected. Th« role j _ Besides his widow, Mrs. Alma 8 .                                                                                               Building.                              1,000 women have gathered (or t a b tnasura huits, htka kikta, i i m l a j i
»dd their voices to the demand oV-"*" ' — — " ""••      of the teacher, Oscar Whipsnitz, was! Walworth, he is survived by a daugh- reprint of the front page of The
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                            —o—-                    luncheon and it often has beei a lead- caatpiag, craftwork of all kiada, t
lower costs of f overnment.                              played very successfully by Fred t o *. Mrs. R. A. Sjistrom, and two sons, Westfleld Leader for October 30,                                                  May « • — E m i a g           ing feature of the campsiga.
       State Senator Arthur N. Pierson Reed.                                                  .          iSeth King and Ralph Fredrick Wel- 1929, was used with several type-                                                                                                                 carnivals, ttaat alghta. all day
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The meeting* to be held are nart I«X aars, grpsy patterans, ate.
                                                             The stereotyped form of quertion worth,                                                  written insertions. AB there has been                      Address. Gov. A. Harry
also addressed the convention, stat-                                                                                                                  some misunderstanding concerning                        Moore. Masonic Temple.                 of a national effort which th. Allied
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  High waaol girli ara             i l
 ing that bankers of the country are and answer as was the rule of the'                                            MIS. L^uinnimi                      its origin may I take this epportun-                                                          forces are making under the leader-
themselves to blame for difficulties day in the district school of a genera-1                                      •»>. EMMA DEMMING                 ,           •         *         "•«•                                  Mar M                     ship of Dr. D S B M A. Poling to cry- to attead CMI» Haqua, I"»laa4. Ma,,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     stallise support for the 18th Amend-     about forty arilaa aorthmat *f • « * ,
 arising from the finances of munici- tion ago wasp                g           portrayed in excellent! Mrs. Emma Demming, a * d SO, of Z«Zn^at                 nothing B all todao w^h i t                       Memorial Day.
                                                                      by         pupils                    514
 palities. He made a plea to arouse fashion hv the minil. who varied in 1514 New York avenue, widow of The paper «                                                             »", \° 0 , paid „""
                                                                                                                                                       ™ d n o t n i n was tprinted and.WI,™ fo                                                     ment. Seven noted speakers, includ- land. ThU eaais, owa*d aad
 bankers to their responsibilities in this               age from 4 to 17 years of age.                   Frank Demming, died Sunday morn-                                                                                                                                                               y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Dr, Poling, Colonel Raymond BOMM, aU« W th* Natl«aU Bwrd mt
                                                             Such a contrast was seen b         between ing in her home after an illness of by the William Blank Campaign                                                                            Miss Brown, Oliver W. Stewart, Or. YWCA, overkoka Uaatifiil taa-attt
 connectioa.                                                                                                                                             Committee. I feel sure that the 9y*MfMMM #1JMMVIM 61                                                                                 Lake ThoBipsoi, wlU tk* WalU MaV
                                                       | the big boys munching apples and two weeks. Mrs. Demming was bora                                                                                                                           Ira Landrith, Robert C. Ropp and
       Mr. Harden, In his address, said jd h m l t g i n s c h o o l t 0 "teacher's pet" in New Providence, January 18, 1852 "aaers oi your i»i«r w.u u..o«--
       Mr. Harden, m ms aaoreas said          I HAnrtknutd i n   artti/tnl » A                I !
                                                                                 raa/inAI* 6 TP"    If!   nf01V   l*l*i
                                                                                                                                                       readers of your paper will undei'-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  •( F BH                            Harold Singer, are making a tear in the aiiteic*. TIM parM N H M I -
 that reducing municipal b u d f e t s i s a h B d h e r b o o k B a n d p t , , . . a n d h a d H v e d i r ' W e . t f i e l d for 6 8 *t"nd that The Westneld Leader, as                                                                          which will reach more than 500 cities, ed for high achotl girU U ftaai Jalr
 preliminary move, having for its ob- ™ °                             ™ t t h e tcha*lmaZvs              years.                                     .».. independent newspaper, does not                     Regular meeting of the Union I to speak about Prohibition and rally 1-11 and buainsw girl* froai July II-
 jective the reduction of taxes whirh questions. *
 ;..i:™ «i.o M^ii»H«n nt turnu which **"..                                         Y
                                                                                                        i „,_: ,_ survived , ,_ sona, Ed- ! endorse any one organization or can- County Board of Chosen Freeholders! all its friendi to active support at Stytaa^wt.
                                                                                                              She Is         _
                                                                                                                             , _ j by two        „,                       one organization or i
 have been reaching the point where                                                                                                                                                                      was held at the Court House, Eliza- the 18th Amendment                                   Detailed infonaatioB
                                                             On the last day of school the prim ward T. Demming, 719 Essex street,                                                 Yours truly,
they are destroying wealth and threat-                                                                     Plainfield and Sheldon H. Demming                                                             beth, N. J., on Thursday, May 5th,             Reservations for the luncheon may either of th» abova meaUoaad
                                                                           the girls laid aside
 en to continue, unless firmly checked, aprons ofoccasion, the pupils for the of this town, with whom she mad« her
                                                         eventful                                gave a:
                                                                                                                                                                              WILLIAM BLANK.             1932, at 2:30 p.m.                          be made through Mrs. Frank I. Feely, may be had by consulting ths
       "Too many of us view the subject rogram of songs and recitations.                                   home, and a daughter, Miss Grace U.'                                                               Director McMane presiding; roll Westneld 2-K43-W.                               taries at th« local YWCA.
                                                                                                           Demming, two sisters, Mrs, Phoebe            AN APPEAL                                        call showed 22 members present, 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ubsent.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        A youth banquet i» scheduled far
                                                                                                           Ditiel and Mrs, Mary Chariton, all                                                                                                        6:80 p. m. in the YMCA auditorium TEN BOYS REGISTER
                                                                                                           of Westneld.                                    A poem dedicated to the District                   Minutes of the meeting of April on Tuesday with Robert G. Ropp ai
                                                                                                              Funeral services will be held this Nursing Association of Westfltld:                       21, 11132, wero approved as per speaker. Mrs. Faely is also handling FOR WAYWAYAHDA
 groups join in the demand                                                                                                                                                                               printed copies on the members' reservations for this.
                                                         piano solo which was enthusiastical- afternoon at 3 o'clock in her late Have you felt the pangs of hunger                                       desks.                                                                                   Westneld will have a m y g»o4 tif-
  the cost of government.'                               ly received by the audience.                      home and interment will be made in              As the heart grows faint from
        "If this demand is insistent enough                                                                                                                                                                   Resolution thai all bills approved                                               rewntation at Camp Wawayaaaa this
                                                             James Craig as little Luther Brown, Fairvlew Cemetery. Dr. Anderson,                                   strain,
  those in authority will heed, and i'I f o u r v e a I . a old, delighted the audience minister of the Methodist Church in When the eyes burn bright with a be ordered paid was adopted,                                                   WELFARE BOARD
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Freeholders Droescher and Rankin
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               summer Judging from th« sppllea^aai
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               already sent in to th* ittta YMCA
  they do the banker should assume l ..
  thy do,                                                                           i    A t h il
                                                                  a baritone solo. Another pupil Elizabeth, will conduct the services.                              fever
  a position of leadership and disre- who distinguished herself at the "last                                                                               Of blood coursing through the reported at this time.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Acknowledgement of flowers from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 HEARS PHILHOWER                              ofllca. Ten boy* hay* deflUttly reg-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               istered for ionu period in c a n s rang-
  garding party lines, acquaint the vot- day" exercises was "teacher's pet,"                                    MRS. FRANK E. MORGAN                                brain?
  ers with the necessity of electing of- Mehitable Jones, who with a soprano                                                                                                                             family of August Arace was received            The school policy for the comin ing from twt weeks to tho whole •<!••
                                                                                                              Mrs. Josephine L. Morgan, wife of J Have you heard the cries of your                                                                   year will be similar to that of themer of nine feeki and many ethxt*
  ficials pledged to economy."                           solo, drew admiring glances from her Frank E. Morgan of 106 Stanmore                                       children                             ami filed.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     past, Supervising Principal Charles have signified thtir intention of ge-
       "Selfishness," he said, "is the under- "nice teacher."                                              place, died suddenly .cs Sunday at                                                                 Proposal a
                                                                                                                                                           For the food that you do not have? 1 ) i 8 t l l c t Cciur to audit accounts of five                                                Ing.
  lying cause of most of our difficul-                        Between acts. Duke Wellington en- HyannlB, Mass.                                         And watched the tear on the faded | '                            }    fr m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               °     M'lls b Com- A. Fhilhower told members of thl
  ties."                                                                                                                                                            cheek              '                 puny was -referred to Finance Cotn- School Welfare Council at its meeting                Westneld boys regiitered iBelad*:
                                                         tertained with an amusing original                   Besides her husband she ia sur-                                                                                                        held Thursday morning in the Ben- Norman Msaiett, Jack Allen, John
        The association unanimously adopt- skit in which the parents were told vived by three sons, Clinton, John and                                      Of the dear one, so silently brave. n " " c e -                                           jamin Franklin School. There will ba Tandy, Ruaaell Tandy, Jr., JaaM*
  ed, a resolution disapproving the G l a s s ' ' ; ;                                             teach- Edgar Morgan and two daughters, If you have, you know the reason                                . , Communication from Edward J.
                                                                                                                                                            n, L ..         __„ , j _4 ,!,„ n.,,,,,,1,,, Farrell, former jail guard, request- no cuts In salaries, nor in the num- Marden, Fred Doerrar, Jr., Keiaeth
                                                         ^.' at report card time.                          Mrs. Gladys Young and Misa Dorothy               Why men see D      Red, at the thought itg refund of money paid to Pension ber of subjects taught, he said, neith- Wood, Joseph Reed tnd WUliM B«r
  sorting it would enable large banks                         Others in the caBt were: Alfred Morgan all of Westneld. Funeral Of the creature comforts of others,                                        Fund was referred to Finance Com- er will there be any change in the ryman,
  of New York and Philadelphia to Norris, Gordon Losee, Leonard services will be held tomorrow at                                                           Compared with their own sorry lot. mittee and County Attorney,
  "maintain branches throughout prac- Church, Anne Merle Humphrey, Ger- 3:15 o'clock in Gray's Funeral Home, Your own life seems clouded by
  tically the entire state of New Jer- trude Beattys, Caroline Richardson, 318 East Broad street nnd will be                                                        worry T                                                                                                                    SOCIAL CIRCLE WILL
  s«y.»
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Claims Court was referred to Fin- ?iv™f the strictest economy for fu- CLOSE SEASON
                                                         Isabel Ryer, Clyde Wellington, Grace conducted by the Rev. William K.                              It Is but the shadow of grief
        "Business now conducted in state Holcomb, Georgia Brotherton, Ann McKinney, D. D., minister of the Pros. From the greater sadness of others
  institutions will be attracted to these Norria, Jessie McElroy, Peg Craw- bytcrian Church. Interment will bo] Who ask at your hands relief.                                                            ance Committee.                             *"{? <fe"»«H>«- He felt that Weit-
  branch banks and the ultimate result ford, Billy Taylor, Raymond Ander. made in Fairview Cemetery.                                                                                                          Communlcation from tho Sheriff field Is most fortunate in the pres-                 On Thursday, May 2« at 2:80 the
                                                                                                                                                       So turn not a deaf ear to the pleading
  will be either the closing of many son, David Clapp, R. Irwin, Adrian                                                                                     Of those you can help today,                 ..dvisinir of the permanent appoint- ent trying situation. He, reported on Social tnd Literary Circle o f the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Methodiit Church will hold ita Aatl
  state institutions or their absorption Jacobs, Harry Holcomb.                                                       MICHAEL J. MOORE                 For who knows—perchance tomor- ment of four court attendants and the standing of the present freshmen meeting. This will be a f trdtn party
  by the large banks thus establishing                                                                                                                              row's sun                            two jail (tuurda wna received nnd or- class in college and stated that of
                                                              The affair was in charge of Mrs. Michael J. Moore, aged 58. of -12(5                                                                       dered filed.                                the 119 pupils who were graduated in the garden of I f n . L. W, Ntefta
  branches," the resolution stated. Alva Walker who has served most North Chestnut street, died yester-                                                     May fail to shine your way.                       Communication from the treas- from the High School last June, 56 on Brighton avenue. The clrclt ha*
  "This will cause tremendous capital successfully in the past year as chair- day afternoon in his home after u                                                       ROBERT S. MacCORMACK. urcr advising of the permanent ap- had entered college. A check up with enjoyed meetings of unusual Inter-
  loss and trust companies of the state man of the program committee. The short illness. Mr. Moore was born in                                                                                            pointment of Miss Rosu Rosenberg
  of New Jersey."                                        uiogrums o£ the meetings have been Ireland and had lived here for three N. A. A. C. P. HOLDS                                                     as clerk-bookkeeper was received and the various colleges in which they ire est thia year, with • gplendid atten-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          filed.                                     enrolled reveals the fact that 68 per dance. At this time Mrs. Stephen
        Sei. Pierson read a paper, the pur- especially attractive and the average years. Prior to his residence in ORATORICAL CONTEST
  pose of which he said was to arouse !a'tttnHance for the year has been un- Westfield he had lived in Jersey City                                                                                            Communication from Township of cent of the marks were as good or Van Hoesen of Fanwood will speak
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Springfield calling attention to con- hotter than those received while In the on "Gardens." Mn. Van Hoeiea>
  the bankers" of New Jersey to their : u s a a ;iy high.                                                  for 30 years, and wns employed as                The oratorical contest sponsored dition of culvert under, Maple avenue Senior High School. Mr. Philhower excellent command of her subject
  responsibility in connection with the                       ,pj<e a n n ual spring luncheon of the an engineer with the Standard Oil by Westneld Branch, N. A. A. C. P. wns referred to Bridge Committeo considered this a most satisfactory and charming personality have al-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 a
  finances of municipalities. The sea- ja s s o c i a tion will be held on Wednes- Co. of that city fo§ the past IB on Wednesday, May 11, was a great No. 2.                                                                                         standing,                                 ready won the admiration of most of
  ator stated that he had, given this ^ ^ jjay 25 at 1:15 p. m. in the years. He was a communicant of j ^ ' ^ ' ^ ' ' H 7 ^ _ ; - ' ^ - ^ - " i                                                               Monthly reports of Jail Physician,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Monuuy       p                y            At the conclusion of Mr. Philhow- the member! of this circle.
  important subject much thought and 6Cnool auditorium,                                                    ll0ly Trln t
  study during the past fifteen years.                                   .                                      ,.              th oll
                                                                                                                       ! . C Holy C_h"'Sl1.,":".1!
                                                                                                           member of ?its * , e,.Nume Society. " ! student, was winner of the first pri.e. Supcrintendent of Weights an
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       r's talk, Mrs. Charles A. Hulmrt, the

                                                                                                                                                                                           ffiSSSS " i r e h I r b r t
                                                                                                                                                        In praise of Miss Hopson, we must                                                                                                      —Our Cent-A-Word Ads. Bring R«-
   In 1916-17, the speaker said, he be- (                                      BIRTHS                         Besides his widow, Mrs. Katherine
   cami! interested in a crusade which i                                                                                                               nay that she had a perfect knowledge County Engineer were received and
                                                                                                           K. Moore, he is survived by four
   brought about a reorganization of i The following births occurred dur- sons, John J. Moore of Brnnklyn, of the facts and data concerning the ordered filed.
                                                                                                                                                        subject, her ennunciation wan excel-                  Report and resolution by Special
  the policies of and procedure in con- j ,                                                                and William J., Richurd P. and Ar-
                                                                                                                                                        lent and her command of the English Huihlint' Committee advising of bids
  nection with the financing of both cur- •                                                                thur A. Moore, of Westfield; four
                                                                                                                                                        language was worthy of comraenda- received for terrazzo floor in part of
   rent and capital purposes o f "X"1^1-• ^ " f ' . ^ i ^ d " through "the courtesy daughters, Sister Julia Marie of the tion.
   pal and county governments. He De ™ I U ™ ' ' .
   pointed out the good that had bee*                    o f
                                                              ffJ   n S
                                                                          C a l d Edward, was born
                                                                                                           Dominican Order stationed at Cald-               She was also the second prize win- award of contract to low bidder was
                                                                                                           well, the Misses Lauretta A., Eliza- ner in the state oratorical contest adopted.
                                                                                                           beth N., Alica A., and Dorothy H. held in Orange, Hay 13. John Chand-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          olil and new jail and recommending

                                                                                                                                                                                                              Report nnd resolution by Rond
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Addressed to
  accomplished through bills enacted at                       A son, 7 * , - D I - W I ! T Paire of                                                    held in Orange, May ia. Jonn unana-                    im|.i>«i ...." .^.,.-.«..u.. „,
                                                         t . West Broad Richard I T P 22
  that time, which he said, stimulated S10Mr and! Mrs street, April a g
   municipal credits. He expressed re-
                                                                                                           Moore all of whom live in Ireland.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ed- Committee recommending
                                                                                                           John, and four sisters, Mrs. Mar- ler was awarded second prize and n M I over of GletiBidc avenue, the taking
                                                              A son, Louis Kempton, was born garet Goodall, Mrs. Helen O'Brien, gar m-.iL_t *u:«,i „•;,„ TVia,, w
                                                                                                                                                        — Talbot, third prize. They were                                                   Township
                                                                                                                                                                                                          of New Providence ns a county road,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      every man who owns
  gret that the safeguards and restric-                                                                                                                 also well versed in the subjects on Miibjcct to ugrccment being executed
   tions placed upon this important mat- to Mr. and Mrs. Louis N. Humphrey, Mrs. Marie Kelly and Miss Catherine which they spoke.
   ter have been gradually torn down by 16SM i
   supplements and amendments to the
                                                                                              was born
                                                              A so.., - • - - - - • . w r>.TT_T+ o
                                                                                                           Moore, al of whom live in Ireland.                                                             between Park Commission and Town-
                                                                                                                                                            The regular mass meeting of theship of New Providence in regard to
                                                                                                              Funeral services will be held Fri- branch will be held at School 43, Jcr- alignment and rights of way wna
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          LIFE INSUPVANCE
   bond and budget act. "We stand to- to Mr. and Mrs John W. DeHart,                                       day morning at 9:30 o'clock in the seyland, on Sunday, Hay 29 at 3:301 adopted.
   day the victim, of our own folly," | Elm street. April K. ^ ^ ^ ^ Holy Trinity Church with a solemn p. m. At this meeting the report of
   dy                                                                                                                                                                                                         Resolution by Finance Committee
  he said. The situation which bankers rtrs. Edward A. Roctor, 811 Embree hiph muss of requiem. Interment the delegate to the Washington con- recommending award of contract to
   are now facing has been brought on M
   by their own neglect, Sen. Pierson Crescent, April 12.
   declared.                                                  A son, Ray Bertram, was born to
                                                                                                           will be made in Holy Name Ceme- •ferencc will be heard. Dr. H. V. Mills & Company to audit five Die'
                                                                                                           tery, Jersey City.                         i Brock is the president of the branch.
                                                                                                                                                                                H. A. WALTON.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          trict Courts was adopted.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Resolution by Road Committee
                                                                                                                                                                                                          recommending award of contract for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             P       f         VERY man who carries life in-
                                                         Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Milton, 540
                                                         West Broad street, April 6.                                      785 REGISTERED                                                                  bituminous concrete type "T" to A.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     C ^% surancc for the protection of his
 P-T. A. MEMBERS                                              A son, Donald Raymond, was born                                   UNEMPLOYED HERE          KRESGE DEPT. STORE                               L. Randolph WUH adopted.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Resolution by Finance Committee                                   family should have a clear under'
                                                         to Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Bern-                                                                TO AWARD PONY
     ATTEND CONFERENCE                                   hard, 103 Center street, Garwood,                    The most recent / report of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                          recommending the approval of pay-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          ment to City of I'luinfield of accu-                         standing of the modern means of con'
        Reports covering the various activ- April son, George Eugene, was born Emergency R e 1 ief administration
                                                                   B.                                                                                       Krcsge Dcpt. Store has just an- mulated interest of District Court                                         trolling its benefits. It is too vital a mat-
                                                              A                                                                                         nounced a two hundred word letter was adopted.
   ities of the Westneld P.-T. A. groups j ^°                 A           " Mrs. Herman G. Kirn, 166 shows 196 persons working of thecontest for children describing a visit
   ^ring the past year were given by | M o u _ ; a l n a v e n u e , April 1                               785 registered. The report is for the                                                              Resolution by Road Committee re-                          ter to be treated lightly or dismissed
   Mrs. H. J. Ros3bacher at the spring1                                                                    week ending May 14. There are 279 | to the Kresge store in Newark by the questing State Director of Emer-                                                   because of some preconceived notion.
                                                                                                           heads of families unemployed of tho | child's parents for a handsome array                     gency Relief to enncel program over
   inference of the County P.-T. A.
   Council held Wednesday in Battin            WASHINGTON P.-T. A.                                         332 registered. 711 odd jobs have'of prizes representing a total of ?2,- nnd nbove $75,000.00 but In event                                                      We have published a brief book that
                                                                                                                        "      -        - -       -. -f                                                   request of $117,BOO from fund "E"
   High School, Elizabeth. The local                                                                       been found and 1502 orders issued to 500, l 0                                                  ia denied that this resolution bo void                       enables you to apply this scientific
   association appears to be leading the              ELECTS OFFICERS                                      date. The complete report follows:
                                                                                                           Registrations—
                                                                                                                                                            The prizeg will include a beautiful and for nothing holden was adopted.
                                                                                                                                                        little well bred pony, a fine motor                                                                             method of handling life insurance to
   others in Union County in carrying                                    . F. Wulff was elected pres-                                                                                                         Resolution by Rond Committee re-
   out various programs and activities.; ....... _. the Washington P.-T. A. at                                White Collar .                  314       boat, or $1,000 in gold to say noth- questing Emergency lielicf to grant                                       your own situation.
   The WestSeld associations have the •                                                                       Laborers                        336       ing of a long list of other valuable to Board of Chosen Freeholders tho
                                                          its unnual meeting yesterday after-
               number of Child Welfare sub-1 noon in the school auditorium. The                               Female                          135       and handsome gifts for children of sum of $.'17,1)00 for road work par-                                            It shows you not only how to provida
   scriptions in the state and have in- other officers for the ensuing year                                                                            varying ages. Full details of the rules ticularly the taking over and grad-                                      that the money will always be available
                                                                                                                 Total                 ..... 785        and regulations of the contest are ing of Glenside avenue in the Wat-
   creased the number of its standard lire: Vice-presidents, Mrs. Lewis T.
                                                          ... ^.                 -       .. . ; m
                                                                                                                                                        described at greater length in thochunff Reservation WUH adopted.                                              in -whatever amount it is needed to pro-
   organizations. Of the six standard as- Marks, Mrs. W. K. Hines; recording; Working—                                                                                                                        Freeholder Keelnn requested con-
   sociations in Union County,fiveare                                                                         White Collar                      88      Krosge Department Store advertise-                                                                             tect and safeguard your dependents. It
    > 'Westfleld. There appears to ba secretary, Mrs. Myrlon E. Glover;
      •
      >                                                                                                       Laborers                          67      ment contained elsewhere in this ii clvuners forof request of women
                                                                                                                                                                                                          sideration
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          vacation with pay.                           also indicates how you can make certain
   increased interest in child study                      corresponding secretary, Mrs. H. O.                 Female                           61       sue.                                                  Report and resolution by Public
    groups, a large number being report- Wright; treasurer, Mrs. .1. F. Bow-                                                                                                                              Grounds nml Buildings Committeo                               that this money will meet the special
   ed.                                                    den,                                                   Total                        196       GIRL RESERVES TO
                                                               A brief talk on the Block-Aid cam-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         advising of bids received for electric                        and ever changing needs which only die
        Among other accomplishments tho paign was given by Robert S. Snev-                                    No, Heads of Families                     MEET WITH MOTHERS                                work in and about basement toilet
    w                                                                                                         No. Heads of Families 322                                                                   and recommending awnrd of con-                               future can unfold, and meet them as
       estfield P.-T. A. groups have ily, general chairman of the com-                                                                                                                                   tract to low bidder wns adopted.
    •"ought speakers of national repute mittee, and George D. Smith, prin-                                      Working                                     Tho annual "Mother and Daugh-                     Resolution by Uoud Committeo au-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Jong as the fund lasts under sound man-
    •o address local audiences and each cipal of the Roosevelt Junior High                                    No. Heads of Families Not 103            ter" banquet of the High School Girl thorizing County Treasurer to pay
                                                                                                                Working                                                                                                                                                agement, without loss or dissipation.
    "as carried out a rather ambitious School, spoke on "Functions of the                                                                     279      Reserve Club will be given nt the George Van Ness for lands taken for
    Program during the past year. The Junior High School."                                                                                             YWCA Tuesday evening. May 24 nt improvement of Brant lane, Clurk
    local P.-T. A. was represented by 24                                                                    MOOSE PLAN                                 6 o'clock. Catharine Britten Is gen- Township, upon presentation of cer-
                                                               A short sketch in which members
    Members and a total of 235 members of the Kindergarten appeared, feat- CARD PARTY                                                                  eral chairman for the banquet, which tificate signed by County Attorney                                    fbt yrtr ttpf ef ihb hn\ «t one: h it fru. Call «t lh« bank.
      r
    ' °ra a l] p a r t a o f t l l 8 c o u n t y were ured the entertainment which fol-                                                                will be presided over by Maria Cab- wns adopted.                                                           It mtm year a«M «nd tdinu on thit notice and mil It to lu,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              There being no furthur business                                       mi m will m4 It u> you.
    Pjesent. Mrs. Charles Wheaton of lowed the meeting. The Kindergar-                                        Westneld Lodge, 1101, h. O. 0. M., anellas, retiring president of tho club. ond upon motion of Freeholder Lllli-
    JJainfield, the county president, and                         •ns awarded the attendance ban- vill hold a card party Friday night Ruth Van Leuven Is in charge of in- bridge, duly seconded and carried,
    ««• William P. Little of Rahway, ner for the month. Mothers of sec-1 o f this week nt 130 West Broad vitations and Anno Marks of tho mu- the Director declared Board adjourn-
    I " " President, will attend the Na- ond and third grade pupils acted as street. Play will begin nt 8:30 sical skit which will be given during ed until Thursday, May 10th, 1B32,
    »nal P..T. A. Convenion in Minne- hostesses during the social hour o'clock, following which refresh- the program.
    •Polis, Minn.                                                                                                   ,                                      Announcement of the names of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                         nt 2:30 p. m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    CHARLES M. AFFLECK,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           THE WEST|FIELD
                                                          which followed.
                                                                                                           ments will be served. The public is four honor girls recently elected by —Adv.

                         LOST
                                                              The Mountainside A. C. will travel
                                                          to Rahwny, Sunday afternoon, to
                                                                                                           cordially invited to attend at a nom- secret ballot by club members will
                                                                                                           inal admission charge.                      bo made.                                              Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Swnnton of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Clerk.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TRUST COMPANY
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Doxter, Me., and Miami Beach, Fla.,
     ''"plr—Bi-twosn Ihf intersection of St.fulfill n diamond engagement.
        faul'ti St. and Lonox Am, and Dar-
                                                                                                              Subscribe saw—12.(10 a year.
                                                                                                             "THE WESTFIELD LEADER"                    —Patrunize LEADER tdwtisen— have been recent visitors at the home                                                  Westfield, N. J.
        K Drug store, a nhort Btrlnu of
        • « « . ' Howard.         'Phono W M U « M •'Go-Getters.'- Leader Uent-A-Word* Lari«t M«n>ap«r la Vtmt                                        they i i reliable.                                 of Edward Fink of South avenue.
   -*u J Bg.J.

								
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