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Graduating Class Depicts In Bi centennial Program


									     Boost Greater                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The News of All
      Woodbridge                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         The Township
      XIV, No. 1%               ,                                                                                                                          WOODBRIDGE, N. J., FRIDAY, .IVNK 24. 1!>32                                                                                                                                       PRICE THREE CENTS

]oard Appoints Five Teachers;                             Advance In Work Of Rev. Edward W elles
        Transfer Of Seven Is Approved Methodist Episcopal Gives Baccalaureate Graduating Class Depicts
 h For Coal For School Year 1932-33 Received and Referred
  To Repairs Committee For Tabulation — Contracts Will
                                                            Church Under Gariss SermonForSeniors Major Historical E v e n t s
     Be Awarded At Special Meeting Monday Night—No
       Action On Playground Situation — Discussion
         On Teacher Substitute Problem — Seniors
                                                                                                        Many New Members Added "Courage To Be Honest" la
                                                                                                         To Roll At Last Communion
                                                                                                         Service — P l a n Summer
                                                                                                                                   Topic Of Fine Talk — Grad-
                                                                                                                                   uates Are Needed By The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      In Bi-centennial Program
                 May Spend Own Money.                                                                    Union Services.           World.                                                                                                                                  Happening* Significant In Progress Of E*rly Woodbridge And
  • ,.» the reeomm«ndation of Sn- liiohardson, Nn. 11. to No. 8; Miss
      nur Principal John H. Love, five Jtose Rothman,, No. 14 to No. 8; Mrs, vance in the work of the Methodist theme of a sermon preached to the
                                                                                       4           8;
                                                                                                               Thuro had been considerable ad-               "Courage to be Honest" was the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Florence Nelson Is                                      The Colonies Portrayed In Series Of Particularly Well
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Coached Sketches At High School Commencement
     , irhii's were appointed and sev- M
 vVn-ifoTs effected at the regular Mary Mack, No\ 8 to Nu, 11.
..,m> of the Board of Education,
                                                               Bids f
                                                          Mary M. Ryan, No. 8 to No. 1 1 ;Miss Episcopal Church on Main street graduating class of Wondbridge high
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                                                                                                                                                 h        School at the annua
                                                                        for coal for the township since the event of the pastorshipRev. service at the e Trinity Episcopal
                                                                                                           tne Rev. Fletcher S. Gariss, The of | School in t h annual
                                                                                                                                                                                         W u t e a U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Muhlenberg Graduate                                             Exercises Last Night—Elaborate Costuming, Stage
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Drops Lend Realism—105 Are Given Diplomas.
 ,j iv night. The Misses Jane A. schools for the school year 1932-33 Gariss came here, from the Trinity Church, Sunday ni i b;y the pastor, Daughter Of Mr, and Mrs. I.   iday night,
„•,.,';,'n Margaret Hendrickson and wore received as follows; (prices are Methodist Episcopal Church of Pat- the Rev. Edward T                                             ward WtlTBs.
   , , Muciiarello Were appointed to not ton)
                                                                                                                      where he was also pastor.               It was pointed out by' the Rev.
         ,t School No. 11. ^ Miss^Mar-^ Avenel Coal Company—1,220 tons Through his efforts, the church here Welles that the character of our peo- ing Work At Plainneld Hos-
                                              at Bcho*L-Jiard white ash buckwheat at $6.80; is now well organized for progressive ple and our civilisation is today great
                                                                                                                                                                                                            M. Nelson Completes Train-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Class Largest Ever Graduated
                "Miss Alice Trainer will be Zj»O tons barley at |6.1O; 50 tons nut effort. The pastor has shown consid- ly poisoped by dishonesty, lying and                                               pital.                                                                ,Onc of the most elaborate stage presentations ever at-
       red in the commercial depart-ljft $10.90; 20 tons stove at $10.90; erable executive ability in organizing stealing. Several illustrations of this
       :U the high,                           .^rinn tons screenings at . r m                                                                                                                           3S Florence Nelson, daughter of tempted by any school organization In the township was given
                                                           500 *™              -:      4 $6.10.             his .parish and the congregation has tt'er'e given, one of them being the                                                                               l a s t m h t ftt t h l >
     i Mlnwrrrr Transfer* were ap-                             Warr Coal and Supply Company— increased noticeably.                         A|_ the last picture of-a public Official or police Mr and Mrs. I M Nelson of Val-                                                        «                    commencement exercises by the graduating
      ,| |,y the Board: "Miss Madetyn Nut and stove Ht $10.25; buckwheat Communion service, sixteen new officer; paid by hia community to en- entine place, w a a graduated last week c » » o f , Woodbndge high school Nearly every member of the
        \(i, 7 to the high school; Miss at |B-87; barley at $4.25; screenings members were added to the roll. A force the law, being as guilty erf - - from the Muhlenberg Hospital Train- c l a 8 S »f o n e hundred and five who received diplomas played
                                                                                                                                                                                        .. . - dis-
            ,.t Morganson, No. 7 to the at $4.15.                                                           number of children were baptized on h o n s y nd                       n y            pg
                         Mins Elizabeth Ryan, No. \ Port Reading Coal and Supply Children's Day.                                                           honesty and treason by accepting ]j scho0 ,. f o r n                      g a t p]8jnfip|d              an active part in the bi-centennial sketches which embodied a
                                                                                                                                                           bribes from law breakers as is a sol-                      .                             of the !4er'L'H "f historical events significant in the progress of Wood-
                      high school; Miss Louise 'Company—20 totis stove at $9.10; 50                             The Sunday School, under the able bribes from law breakers as is a sol ]Miss' Nelson s a 'graduate
                                                                                                                                                           dier in the army guilty of treason                                          '                             aeries of historical events significant in the progres of Wood
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     bridge and the colonies.
                                                           tons nut at $9.10- 1,230 tons No. 1 superintendence of Percy Locker, is for accepting1 bribes from the enemy. Woodbridge high school.                                                                                                                                         friends were all pleasingly portrayed.
                                                           buckwheat at $5.50; 600 tons bar- well organized and there is always                                The young men and women gradu-                                                                             Elaborate costuming, attractive                                    The Misses Ruth E. Erb, Martha
1 OTTER ANNOUNCES                                          l at $3.65.
                                                           ley t $365                                       an expectant spirit manifested at ating ajt this time are greatly needed                                                                                 drops and stage properties and letter- J. Morrow and Grace C. Huber, of
                                                               Joseph Klein—No. 1 buckwheat at every session. The pastor gives illus- by the world for they can help cure                                                                                            pnrfect performances drew tremen- the high school faculty prepared th6
    NEW POSTAGE RATES                                      $6.70; barley at $4.90; screenings at trated talks to the children .at the i the world of its sickness by being                                                                                           dous ovations from the largest crowd dialogue, planned the stage effects
                      IN EFFECT JULY 6 $4.90; hard white aah nut at $10.70; morning services.                                                              honest and «leaii 'personally, said                                                                       that hiis ever been packed into the and coached the entire sketch. Miss
                                                           hard white aft stove at $10.70.                      The service Sunday morning will Rev. Welles.                                                                                                                                                                             Rosemary Matthews
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Uarron avenue auditorium, Long be- dancers in the minuet. instructedmem-                                          the
       Pottmatter Stanley C. Potter                            Heat Right Coal Company—Stove be the last before the Union service                              Honesty was shown to be neces-                                                                                                                                                                               Various
                                                           and nut ait $10.90; buckwheat at of the summer. Beginning July 3 sary in thought, word and in action.                                                                                                      fore appointed time for the cur- bers of the faculty aided.
  ,,,nounced to4»Y the following                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      lain, every seat in the spacious
                                                            $6.90; barley at $5.15; screenings the services will he held in the Pres- Human couragej(o be honest breaks                                                                                                                                             p                         Th$ Ibi-centrnnin! program wag a
 n, w r»te« on Brit cl»ti mail.                                                                             byterian church for three consecu- down under prolonged and intensive                                                                                     d i t o r iii i m    |       filld Th               kt
  [ |,«.y will become effective July
                                                           at $5.15.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ied
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   filled. The «k«tche» Jecided departure from th« usual
                                                                Thomas F. Dunigan—Stove and                 tive Sundays, then three in the Con- strain, but the courage to be honest                                                                                 preceded the regular graduation ex- commencement exercises Bnd marks a
                                                            hut at $11.00; buckwheat at $7.00;'Kiegational church. On August 14th,                         which comes from God, stands the;                                                                          rrcises.                    _                                       new era of activities for Woodbridge
       All first clan mail will be 3c                      barky at $5.25; screenings at $5.26. j the first of three services will be held test of time and stress and can be                                                                                              In tho brief, introductory prologuo high school graduating
 for (Wh ounce of fraction of an                                .1. Jordano—300 tons No. 1 buck- \ at the Methodist Episcopal Church.                      applied twenty-four hours of every                                                                         In I he sketches, a member of the                                       John H. Love, supervising princi-
                                                            wheat for high school at $5.70; 10 rt The Kev, Mr. Gariss says he is look- day.                                                            '                                                              prniUiaUnK class told how he and his pal, In presenting the cluis to Melvin
       Pott cardi, po«tat cardi and                         tons nut for Manual Training at                    e forward to the services in his
                                                                                                                e                                     i         Rev. Welles concluded with the                                                                        rla.-iSnitttes had reached their long an- H. Clum, president of the Bourd of
 private mailing card* are ex-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ticipated goal and were now free to Education, said that the 1932 class
  i .pled, there being no change
                                                                                                              h               l
                                                            $S.86; 210 tons No. 1 buckwheat for i church with pleasure, in that he will wish ''that God give each one of the j
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      be their own masters, to carve their was the largest to be graduated in
                                                            No. 11 at $5.70; 100 tons No. 1 be able to meet the members of oth-                             graduates strength and courage to be ,
  in thoie ratei.                                           buckwheat for No. 4 at $5.70; 20 er congregations and cultivate new honest every day of their lives; hon-!                                                                                                own success. Ho closed with, "For the the history of the high school. Mr.
        Air mail will be 8c (or the tons hard white ash stove for Avenel friendships.                                                                       est in thought,"in word, in action;;                                                                      past few months all we have been Clum, in behalf of the Board, con-
  lii j | ounce and 13c (or each ad-                        portable at $i).3C; C tons No. 1
                                                                                           O                     At the morning services, Sunday, honest to God, honest to thuir fel- j                                                                               toading and hearing about is Wash- Riatulated the graduates.
 ditional ounce, including Can-                             buckwheat for No. 6 at $5.70; 10 the subject of the sermon will be low men and honest to their best                                                                                                       ington nnd his loyalty to his coun- j Arthur ('. Kerry, principal of the
  ada and Mexico.                                           tons hard white ash nut coal for Ise- j "Preoccupation." The pastor desires selves."                                                                                                                      try. What bearing doca all thut have t high school, rend the names of the
        Patron, having any printed                          lin portables at $8.86; 140 tons No. • A S°°d attendance at the services in                                                                                                                               on its who are about to start out in graduates who were seated in the
  or plain envelope! on hand                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          the world today?                                                  \ front of the auditorium. Following
   must attach a l c ttamp thereto.
        Failure to prepay the proper
                                                             1 buckwhfaf for No. 7 at $5.70; 100 jorder that he may speak of some very
                                                            tons barley for No. 8 at $3.70; 100 important matters in relation to. the
                                                            tons buckwheat for No. 9 at $5.70;! future plans of the church.
                                                                                                                                                                   Lions Hear Detailed                                                                                      At this point, the spirit of Wood-, this, a blank diploma was presented
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       bridge, appropriately garbed in a by Melvin Clum and puased from one-
  amount of pottage will delay                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         dazzling gold and white colonial cos-' student to another. Following the
  the diipatch and delivery of
                                                             100 tons hard white ash barley for
                                                            No. 10 at $3.70; 100 tons hard white                                                                      Report By S. Hruska                                                                              tume, appeared and asked that the exercises, the students returned to
        Plain envelope! of the 3c var-
                                                            ash buckwheat for No. 12 at $5.70;
                                                             50 tons hard white ash buckwheat
  iety will be on lale at all win- for No. 2 at $5.70; 100 tons hard
                                                                                                          Short President Of                                                                                             Florence Nelton                             : youth of 1932 pause awhile and go ' their home rooms where they recelv-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       back to the scenes of long ago in this ed their diplomas.
                                                                                                                                                            President Of Woodbridge Club Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Ruth and ;oid town of Woodbridge. "Tarry with ' Principal Ferry awarded the priz-
  dows for the convenience of the
                                                             white ash No. 1 buckwheat for No.
                                                             14 at $5.70; 100 tons hard white ash!            Men's Brotherhood                                  Tells Of Activities Of State Francia Nelson, Marie Baumann, Mr. meenes of while as I show you so'me 'cs. A medal Institute for the highest
                                                                                                                                                                                                         and Mrs. Jack Carboy, of Wood-, SC
                                                                                                                                                                 Convention — Plan Baseball bridge; Mr. and Mra. William Baker, g pi r it.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                for a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             days gone by," said the Polytechnic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ,           "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              given by the Rensselaer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         |marks in science and mathematics
                                                             hurley for No. 15 at $3.70; 20 tons
                                                                        Continued on paqe ten              j Elected At Supper Meeting —                         Series.                                 of Perth Amboy; Mrs. Anna Grown-! " y o u n a v e every right to be proud was presented to Chester J. Cavalli-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ey and Howard Sharp, of Forda, and of Woodbridge, for it is one of the to. The WOODBRIDGE INDEPEN-
360 Graduated From                                                                                                 Judge Robert Carey Of Jer- Stephen L. Hruska, president of Mrs. Anna Nelson, of Metucherr, at- very oldest towns in the country. It's DENT gold piece awards for the
                                                                                                                   sey City Gives Fine Talk.                the Woodbridge Lions' Club, gave a
                                                                                                                                                                                                         tended the exercises,                                          history goes back to the year 1664 highest four year average in each of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           the four courses at the high school
 8th Grade AtSchool CracIrPilots Will                                                                             John Short was elected president
                                                                                                                                                            detailed report on the Lions state con-
                                                                                                                                                             vention at Asbury Park last Friday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        on the 28th day of October."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The White And Red Men                                 were given to the following: Elaine

   No. ll|Love Speaks Competent Sewaren
                                                                                                             of the Men's Brotherhood of the at the regular meeting of the club,
                                                                                                             Presbyterian church at a supper Monday night in the Log Cabin. Mr.
                                                                                                             meeting held Monday night in the Hruska told of the addresses of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Five Coal Cars Are                                    The ensuing scene showed the ar- Zischkau in the classical course;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        rival of the early Woodbridge sett- .Chester Cavallito, scientific; Mary Le-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        lers with quantities of materials with vl, academic; Claire Nelson, com-
                                                                                                             church basement for the members principal speakers an,d. described the
                          Held In High School In Outboard Races To Be Held and their wives. About ninety-two Imammoth business meeting which was
                                                                                                             people were present.                            held. He was accompanied by Lions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Wrecked At Iselin                          which to barter with the Indiana for mercial,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the land then known as Amboyle, ] Following the awarding of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The contract agreed to by the native prizes, Miss Ruth Howell gave the
   Auditorium — Melvin Clum                                       Sunday Afternoon By Out- Other officers elected were: vice-1 James Dunne, Mark D. McClain and _ , .                                                        _        . . . »          , n on Indians, owners of the land,-called farewell address to the class. In bid-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          O o n d o l a s Derailed A t 1W:J«'for the exchange of twenty fathoms ding farewell to the faculty, Miaa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        for                                                                      g                                 ty,
   Presents Diplomas.                                             board Clubs Of Sewaren.                    president, James Reid; secretary, Curtis Gray.
                                                                                                             John Me Creery; treasurer, Whitney                  At the convention, Stephen F.                          Nicht          C a u s e d Bv H o t ! of cloth, two coats, two guns, ten ' Howell expressed in behalf of her
 Three hundred and sixty students,' All is in readiness for the outboard LeeBon.                                                                             Somogyi, of Perth Amboy, who serv-                 ^       «igm           nausea oy n o i ^                              ^ ^            ^ ^ h a n » d f u , l g o ( c i a s a m a t e s > t h e i r gratitude for all the
 •ni,rising the largest class ever ruces to be held at Sewaren, Sunday                                            "What Is The Matter?" was the ed as district deputy governor for                              Box, Is R e p o r t .                                   powder, two kettles, 400 fathoms of encouragement given to them by the
•M.Lted from the eighth grade at | afternoon, under the auspices of the subject of an interesting talk by two years, was elected a member of                                                                                   •                                        white wampum and 200 fathoms of teachers. Mils Howell also thanked
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               6 No 11 received diplomas at Outboard Club of Sewaren. A large Judge Robert Carey, of Jersey City. the state board of directors. Walter Q G ISELINa i l U Five , coal gondolas were black wa:npum for this entire terri- , t" parent* for their sacrifices and
 .nmeneement exercises held in the; entry list which includes many crack                                                                                                                                       railed and wrecked
                                                                                                              Judge Carey, a forceful, vibrant C. Sedam, of New Brunswick, was line of the Pennsylvaniaon the main w wThe spirit tells the youth of 1932| graduating—class the education. of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                               rBllGG          m c i n t u   XJLL  m t    I I ' H M I i tory..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                railroad b ! Th
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               . j                                                          efforts to give                members
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  i l d be-!                              iit tll h                   th f 1932 graduating class an education          an
•,.|, Mhool auditorium, Tuesday eve- pilots from all parts of the state m- speaker graphically told his listeners j named district governor. A full staff tween Iselin and Colonia a t 10:30 that a goodly heritage is ours. Not a' " was announced by Arthur C.
            The President of the Board of dtcates that there will be action that there was really nothing the iJf Officers was also chosen.                                                               o'clock last night. No one was injur-' rod of New Jersey land was wrested *e r r y that the following students
                                                                                       a eW We                matter with the country today. He i The secretary was instructed to ed but traffic on the road was ob-1 from the natives by fraud or violence, would receive certificates of honor
                                      ^           . " ffiaTof g
                                                    s   ffiTf t    ffiaTof a rrangernents DHv: \ .aid that life islife is we'make it and j write to George. Heiler, e e r , Woodbrdge ed ' but traffic on the road was .ob- j from the natives by fraud or violence, t™ ™.j*..f attendance for four
                                                                                               DH:            said that what what we make it and rite to George Woodbridge                                                             . . .                        . .                 . .                                                  for
                                                                                    l i i d thi               * »we should- make th m t of \t I Lion who » ,11 m Atlanta fl,tv ex strnoted until early this morning, 1 Every foot was paid fur at prices, a r : P u t h^ H o w
                                                                                                              that        hlH        l the most f It. I Lion who is ill in Atlantic City, ex-                                                                                                                                                                                       Hacker,
                                                          -i **»• fees were eliminated this year                   "All civilization has 'been built pressing the sympathy of the mem-                    two of the four lines being tied up that were satisfactory to buth par-.y« * R ..                                                                           ™/>
 ; ;il .lohn H. Love.                                         in order that all be given a chance to                                                                                                      completely.                                                   ties                                                      "       I-Mary Connolly, Chester Cavallito,
                                                                                                   h          out of a struggle," he said. Judge bers and wishing him a speedy re-
   Tin following program was given: participate.                                                                                                                                                               The accilent was caused, it is re-                             It is also explained that in 1666,! Blanche ,Burke, William Peterson,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              It is also explained that in 1 6 6 6                                              ,                           ,
   ,                            No. 11 Orchestra              The following are the entries in Carey told of the -struggles of the »-"<"•"               covery.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          ported, by a hot box on a gondola a group of people came from New-1 Catherine Bng  f         l              f         N 1 Catherine Bnggman and. Eleanor
   i In -s of Welcome .... Ruth Waite                         each class, donated prizes and the lute Thomas A. Edison as an example                             Upon motion, Stephen Wyld was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        a freight train proceeding
                                                                                                                                                              instructed to issue a formal chal- car inAt Metuchen the tower man berry, Mass., settled here and named \ T h' r e '
                                                              officials;                                      of what he meant.                                                                                                                                                                                                                 * ker                 „                     1
 - i i - (selected group)                                                                                                                                                                                 north.
                                                              CLASS A:                                             He said that th« world was never lenge to the Woodbridge-Rotary Club signaled to the~ train crew and the the settlement after the Rev, John'                                                                                       « y«ars: Frank Baumgartner,
                                           Eighth Grade                                                       fuller of opportunities than it is to and the Fords Lions for a tri-corner conductor began applying the air Woodbridge of that town. Shortly cis Nelson,Dalina, Jgi«ph Kopi, Fr«n                                             Margaret William Derick, Rita Ton-
                                                                  Chris Zehrer, Sewaren.'                                                                                                                                                                                afterwards a charter was granted.
     "luiK (George Washington)                                    Walter Kolb, Sewaren.                       day. There are more opportunities baseball series to start in the near easily from the caboose,
                                                                                                                                             pp                                                                                                                                                                                             er, Florence Snyder.
                                  Robert Braithwaite | Francis Drake, Sewaren.                                now' than there will b ten years future.
                                                                                                                        h    h         ill be                                                                                                                                                  Town Meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                The Iselin towerman also noticed                              One of the first town meetings                                    Two years: Dorothy Nelson, Ar-
    i L i America the Beautiful)                                   Alec Bher, Sewaren.                        hence, he said.                                     On Monday evening, a special din-
                                                                                                                   On his way into the building where ner will be served in honor of the                   .... ...,v box, according ... rpolice, and held in 1672 was depicted in the s e c - . t h u r c i e , a r - « " 7 Peta, Edward Reis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  hot „„<., ^ v          o to            , -..-.
                                  „             Audience CLASS B:                                                                                                                                                                                                        ond scene. Characters in the group m a n > Blanche Quackenbush, Rose
                           of class .. John H. Love,               Red Bechick, Perth Amboy.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         the crew. At
                                                                                                              he spoke, Judge Carey noticed tomb- new president, S. L. Hruska. Lions signaled the train came Succerbrook • included such early local settlers a s , varady.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           crossing                             to a sudden 1
                               ' principal.                        Arthur Brook, Jersey City.                 stones which contained 'dates as far are urgently requested to be present
           'ling of Diplomas .. M. H. Clum,                        John Dijcon, Rahway.                       back in 1680. He said that in 1634, in order that the affair be a complete stop, with the five cars crumpling | John Smith, Samuel Moore, Thomas ..a Onel year: Helen Wainwright, Wil-
                                                                                                              Jersey City had but eight white men. access.                                                 their front ends against the cars im- Bloontfield, John Pike, Matthew Bun,, '' ™ E l l s ; Frances Dettman, Claire
          i-n-sident of the Board of Edu-                          Herbert Gage, Rahway.                                                                                                                   mediately ahead of them. -Coal was Richard Worth, John Martin, Samuel N«lson, Janet Mawbey Margaret
             ation.                                                                                                The speaker said that the world                Thomas J. Brennan was appointed spilled over the rails, and two of the Hale, Isaac Tappen, Samuel Dennis Kennedy, Elizabeth Luffbarry, Fran-
                                                               CLASS C:                                       is suffering today from the greatest director of publicity. '
           ' ii.n           :...-            4. Orchestra          Thomas Smith, Woodbridge.                   economical depression it has ever                                                           cars collapsed completely.                                    and others. The confirmation of the ' « * L e l t T n e r ' . Arthur Kreyling, Julius
           ,iI iun                 _..,,_. Betty Croiier           Arthur Gardner, Sewaren.                                                                                                                     The wrecking crews were still busy charter for the town was read, fol-' ' J> e-c l a°s s » Kayer. b v
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Ko !     r L ul
              Siiir Spangled Banner"                                                                           known. "Eight millions are out of                                                                                                                                                                                                   h          a0
                                                                   Victor Hall, Sewaren.                                                                                                                   early this morning removing the last lowing which, several ordinances ! D T                                                                           ^ w?rda          Cathenine
                                      No. 11 Orchestra
                                                                   Earl Lloyd, Sewaren.
                                                                   Buddy Page, Woodbridge.
                                                                                                               work and five millions of small store
                                                                                                               keepers are practically in the same
                                                                                                               position, for they ate not selling any-
                                                                                                                                                                    "Production" Topic                     of the debris.                                                were Introduced. I t was voted to,fine BnggwMin and music by Everett E l -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         members who were late for the town ' ' ' ? " K                        s wa      s n b v the e n t l r e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ,       graduating
                  * who were graduated are:                                                                                                                                                                                                                              meetings, secure a permanent m i n - | b o d y b e f o r e «»« closing of t h e pro-
            •i- Lund, Helen Hawbey, Lil-
                 ( ontinued On page four
                                                                   John Onder, Carteret.
                                                                   Walter Kariskowsky, Carteret.
                                                               FAMILY RUNABOUT CLASS:
                                                                                                               thing. But we are comparatively
                                                                                                               rich," said Judge Carey. "We have
                                                                                                               the telephone, automobiles and other
                                                                                                                                                                        At Rotary Meeting Complete Plans For                                                             rater and build fences, roads, schools Si" a m >
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          and bridges.                             >
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                                                                   Roy. Thergesen, Sewaren.                    luxuries that early strife facers                                                                                                                                              The Revolution
                                                                                                                                                               Rev. F. S. Gariss Is Speaker -—                                                                                 The three scenes i a t h e second Knights Expect Big Crowd
     mi Gives Diplomas                                             Oberlie Bros., Princes Bay.
                                                                    Buddy Page, Woodbridge.
                                                                   Leonard Lloyd, Saweren.
                                                                                                               never had."
                                                                                                                   Judge Carey likened the develop-                                          De Molay Sport Hop
                                                                                                                                                                   Urges Better Spirit Of Broth-                                                                          episode o r t h e major activities of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          early Woodbridge took place i n the |
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 At Annual Sport Dance At
                                                                    Other entries are expected from ment of the country its discovery by  to a fairy tale.         erhood—Better To Die Good                                                                                                                                                         Land and Water Club Fri.
     At Fords Graduation                                       Union Beach and Trenton.
                                                                                                               He said that since,
                                                                                                               Christopher Columbus it has grown
                                                                   It also is expected that Fred Jaco- at an amazing rate. There are now
                                                                                                                                                                   Than Rich, He Say*.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          front of the old Cross Keys Inn, p a r t
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Richard Shohfi Heads Com- of which still stands in t h e rear of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 mittee In Charge Of Affair the Columbian club on the' corner of of Lester Neary, chairmanisin charge
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Main street a n d Amboy avenue, j                                       the committee which               planning
                           Of Board Of Educa- by, of Carteret, will race.
                                                                    Prizes donated:
                                                                                                               238,000 churches alone in the coun-                "Production" was the topic of an               To Be Held In Craftsman's.                                     About this time, a feeling of                               ! the second annual sports dance to be
                                                                                                               try.                                            interesting talk by the Rev. Fletcher
         ><» Graduate* 120 Eighth I 5 cups.                                                                                                                                                                                                                               rest began toward England, the spir-''held under thp auspices . of Middle-                .      -           -----
                                                                    5 gal. Shell oil.                               The speaker told of the struggles Gariss, pastor af the Methodist Epis-                      Plans are completed for the an- it explained. Finally on April 23, ' ? « * Council, No. 857, KnighU of Co-
          .nule Students At School
                                                                    5 gal. Sinclair oil.                        of George Washington, "He was copal church, at the weekly lunch- nual sport hop to be held by Ameri- i m i." a m e s s e n g e r ccame riridin* thru ' ''"? m>_ U 3 ' *nalyd a y evening, July 1 in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        a messenger a m e           , ding thru ral b U8 . F r                          evening, July 1. i n
                                                                                                                home once in eight years and eight eon meeting of the Woodbridge Ro-
       N». 14.                                                      4 one-gal, cans oil for fourth place, months. He fought and struggled in tary club yesterday noon. Thei Rev. cus Chapter, Order of DeMolay, in t h f i t r e e t g o { W o p d b l . i d g e o n h ? gw 8 y the d                                                             Sewaren Land and Water Club,
                                                               in each event.                                                                                                                               the Craftsmen's Club, next Friday ,t o P h i l a d e | p h U bearing the news of , f « }°^V that he expected the af-
                                                                                                                tins formation ••[ this great country Gariss said that Ond p^ve the people night, accordrng to nn announcement ;t|R> f i r s t b l o o d s h e d n t Lexington. In l f « r t o b e , o n e oi t h e most ouUtand-
                   i» II. Clum, president of the                    Life jacket.                                for forty-five years and die^ happily. braina and with those .brains they received from Richard Shohh, chair- t h e l o n „                                                                                                m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              «. s o c l a l *>vt;"u sponsored by the
                                                                    Officials: Albert Simonsen, William We have suffered for thijee years should use nature and its riches to                                                                                                                         o f t h e .Revolutionary
                    "f Education, presented dip-                                                   .                                                                                                        man, this morning. Invitations have W a r ^                                             fo,,owedi         W o o d b r i d g , J Knights
                    i» one hundred and.twtnty, Kwrter and Morrison Christie.                 r                  nnd are doing more complaining than produce.                                    ;           already been mailed. Dancing will l a e d                                                                                            Novelty dances and games, , ._,.
                iii who were graduated from                                                                     the great first president ever did\                                                                                        • f anc.™K Lind P
                                                                                                                                                                   He said that during the past ten be from 9 to 1 o'clock with T • J ' r y «"• importantdepicted in the attractive decorations and good music  part.
                v litW grade of School No. 7 in                                                                                                                                                                                           Clock With Lind                                characters
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 rffc. «t, o ,»ptpr« .lanirt.
                                                                                                                Perhaps God sends us hard times tp years there has been considerable Brothers' orchestra in attendance.
               . Wednesday evening. The ex-
                     wvre held in School No. 14.
                 Tiring and timely address was
                                                       Stolen Car Is                                            wake us up and make us think about over-production'. Now is the time to Novelties and special features to- first'scene which found the men of formal, £ -.
                                                                                                                 things."                                       adjust that condition, the Rev. Gariss tether with an elaborate scheme of I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 s           e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Woodbridge discussing the war and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           j u p o s s i b m t i e 3 i n c i u d a d John Smith, the door.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              » r e *» u r d T h e dance Vill be in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tickets may be procured at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Dancing will be from 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        be n

                                                                                                                    Judge Carey said that the masses laimed.                                        '    . decorations have been planned. Re-! S a m u e i M o o r e t Thomas Bloomfield, until 1 o'clock,
                         Supervising Principal John
           I . l i v e . Prizes were awarded by
           '•ij'ul Howard W. Sharp following
                                                              Soon Recovered                                    should realize the importance of gov-              "It is more important to produce
                                                                                                                 ernment and taxes. The people should ntellectual values than material
                                                                                                                 take hold of the government. We aluea," continued the speaker. "Bet- three of the Chapter, Bernard Bern-
              pi'« eiitation of the dipjomas. Auto Stolen Here Is Located need liver citizenship and leader- er than that, it is still better to pro-                                                                                                                                      p Z and s l u d Dennfai ' Crashes Rear Of Car
                                                                                                                                                                                                            stein, master councilor; Robert Hill
              '"lluwing program was given:                                                                                                                       luce social life, be a brother to er, senior councilor, and Kdwa»d full of hardship and of seven years           After the passage                                                                     Stopped For Bue
          '•''. Aida by Verdi
                                                                                                                       600,000 or one-third of the
                                                                     At Lawrenceville In Lew New Jersey did not vote vot- nan."
                                                                                                                 ers                                    last                                          • ' Katen, junior councilor. Francis Nel- great leader, Washington, finally                                   suffering, the
                                        School Orchfestra            Than Two Hours — Three yeur. There were two woolen in Jer- The Rev. Garisa said that he be- son, William Peterson, Jack Rabino- brought the war to a victorious end. avenue by Alexander Birone,Rahway                                                                       A car driven southward on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        of 333
           •••iiiiini                      Rev. Kreyling                                                         sey City who did not vdte because lieved that there would be less de- owitz, and Victor Sherman are also The scene which followed, reveals
          '"'. "The Lord's                                           Arrested.                                   their poll had been moved two blocks, pression now if those awhile back members of Shohtt's committee.                                                                                                                        Washington strett, Elizabeth, was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            t h | jubilance of t i e colonists. It struck In the re^jr by a car driven
                                     _-..n Robert Toft Xhristia- Bi«h«fcof «3 . Avenel " * « ^ p ^ -            r t
                                                                                                              A % w P^^^
                                                                                                                    nttn   n mi   «Lin   K nun   UbP   *   ^^i  had thought mnif of the nptrlb of                                                                           cl<jN«*d with the men drugging In t by T. P.~»ief»n, of Jersey City, Bun-
                                                                                                                                r ^
                                                                                                                    Judge Carey agreed that what Cal- brotherhood and encouraged it, We                                                                                     gim captured on a British vwael 6ff day night at 6:35 o'clock, and Birone
                           ddrefti .....
                          "How the Girls Study"         "        street, reported to th           police last                                                   cdn't afford to have the people hun- 4>Year Old Girl Hurt When
                                                                                                 that his car          Coolldge had said was correct,                                                                                                                        Amboy and brought here as a trophy. was Injured.
                                                  Six Girls                                                                                                     gry. Now is the time to adjust
                             Sonota. by Handel                                                                   must put it into the ballot box."              things, he said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The gurt la
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Father Hits Parked Car j was presentednow at town by Wood- Birone was following .u Public
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      to that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Morristown. It
                                        William ShomaKy near the State Theatre wh«r« he had At the business session, resolutions                                     It is far better to ilits gwod ,#                                                                                                                                         Service bus and made a dead stop
                                                                                                                                                                               b               g                  H*len Zambo, aged 4 years, daugh- bridge in 1874.                                                                            when the bus did. The Dieran car
          """on, "Plain Bob and Job" left it parked. The registration of the were presented on the death of Al- rich," was the K                                                          G j 'l
                                                                                                                                                                                   Kev. Garjsa' closing toro fof M r . a and Mrs. JohnZ Zambo,oof I T h thud d»cene showed Jennet crashed into the rear of the machine.
                                         Mary Stankovich car and a description of it were for- bert H. Bowers.                                                  shot.                                        tor         Mr. n d M r s . J o h n a m b o , f I The t h
                 ""••, " C a r m a n "                           warded to the office of the warden                                                                A social         Ii1            |l        t"hoenix, was cut about the face and Gage, the wife of a Tory, raising the Birone was attended by Dr. Curdinale

                        "Closing Day.Pordvllle
                                                                                                                     Mm. Asher F. Randolph wajt in
                                                  Orchestra of the- county jail and the alarm was charge of the supper arrangements,                                   bTheid TSeBd«yIie1e"SfiiJ*IIt|SlS i ^ ^ s inToUUion wift another mal ;'theiCrow Keys, shortly after front of of Elifcabeth.
                                                                 relayed from there to other police assisted by Mrs. Whitney Leeson, home rf Dr I T S p n c ^ ff r the'' oar
                                                                                                                                                                                         Sd "SfJ*IIt SlS
                                                                                                                                                                                                  o th
                                                                                                                                                                                                              fciid             »ihtVhJn"hiri»thii' > » * i i ' liberty Pole hwe'in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                llision with                      ma the Cross Keys                                           the'war.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              the war
                                                                                                                                                                             D I T S
                                                                                                                                                                          f of the Club.
             • ''"mpet, "Gypsy Love
              • S "»K"
                                         14 bgya and girl* stations.

                                          William Sirnach hour-and-u-half after the
                                                                                                                  Mrs. Peter Rolide, Mrs. Leland Rey-
                                                                     At 12:80 a. in. today, about an nolds Mrs. Howard Jernee and Mrs.

                                                                                                                                                                 Packed House Pleased With
                                                                                                                                                                                                             chine in Main street, Fords. Zambo
                                                                                                                                                                                                             was driving westward in Main street, I The remainder of the pageant
                                                                                                                                                                                                              and ran into a car that was parked dealt with the, activities of George
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             General W».hingtoo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             HARDIMAN S
             ""'"n, "When the Teacher.                            given at local headquarters              car !
                                                                                                                     The- waitresses were th<
                                                                                                                                                                                                              at the side of the road. The other ] Washington. Scenes showing his re-                                                                        PHARMACY
               <ifU Cross"                     Helen Hritz was found at Luwrencevill                                              Sarah Holland, Louise
                                                                                                                                                                      Safety Patrol Benefit Show machine is the property of Albert turn to Philadelphia from Yorktown                                                                                 Ed. L. Hardiman, formerly of
                                            John H. Love,                                                                                                                                                           son,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Larson of Summit avenue, Fords, Mn 1871, the part he played at the                                                                           Seaman's, Perth Amboy
                              ng prinolMl.                                         who were riding in It                                                            The benefit movie for thu anfaty              d was being driven by George Niel-' Constitutional Convention, his atay
                     "The Ufa uet" by "                           were"«Vrested and held for Wood-1 Short Service At, Trinity                                    patrol boya of Woodbridge Town-                  n, also of Summit avenue. '                               I »t tfa» Grow Keyi Inn in woodbridge
                                        - • Mozart                                                                                                                                                                The little girl wss treated by Dr. and his return to Mount Vernon,
                                                 Graduate*                                                                                                       ship schools played to a packed house
                          of Diplomas .. « . H. Clum,                pfhee of "Woodbridge went to                         Churck Sunday, July 3rd at the State Theatre, Friday. An Fox, of Forda, for cuts and keera.-' where he died, were presented, no
                         dent of Bo»r4 of Educa- Luwrencuville a n d returned with t h e                                                                                                                      tions on the face, eyelids and nose, little deviation, from the actual
                                                                                                                     A short special service to ask for exhibition by the Woodbridge high and a cut on the head.                                                              fmits.                                                                 Called For and Delivered
                                                                  car a n d t h e t h r e e prisoner*. They                       ' guidance in t h e prea- school band, under the direction of                                                                                     The inauguarl ball at Philadelphia
                                              H. W. Bharp gave their names a s : Andrew^Mesar                                         lt situation will b e Theodore Hoops, and the double-fea-                                                                                                                                                              Cor. Kahway Avenue
                                  M reh
                                     » "                          and Stephen                                                         Iscopal church, Sun- ture attraction, pUwed the audi                                  J. BLAKE                                          the excitement and preparation made
                                                                                                                                                                 enc«, The                                                                                                    f         Whitn's                   visit; to Wood                               and Green Street
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ul IUMM                               N.J.

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