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PRICE, FivE CENTS VOLUME 23, No, 47 NARBERTH, PENNSYLVANIA, AUGUST 27, 1937 I l Late
PRICE, FivE CENTS VOLUME 23, No, 47 NARBERTH, PENNSYLVANIA, AUGUST 27, 1937 I l Late

PRICE, FivE CENTS

VOLUME 23, No, 47

NARBERTH, PENNSYLVANIA, AUGUST

27, 1937

I

l

Late Holidays Find Many MOYing About

-

-J

month,

many of the residents of the

or

mountain

resorts

enjoying

Schools of Main Line Announce Many Different Opening Dates

School bells will begin ringing on Mawr, September 29; Harcum Jun-

College, Bryn Mawr, September Holman School, Ardmore, Sep-

tember 21; Waldron Academy, Mer-

ior

30;

ion,

September

20;

Narberth Bor-

ough

schools,

September

7;

Convent

Main Line Baseball

League Throws Out i

Royersford Games I

Teams'

Standings

As August is the favorite vacation the Main Line next Wednesday as the

first of the many schools in the sec-

opens

its

doors.

thereafter

students

wiII

Remaining

Unaffected by Decision

of

Officials

Borough are at the various seashore tion

be

holidays while others have returned to drifting back from shore and moun-

For a fulI

their month

PLAY-OFF DATES ARE SETI their

homes

after

delightful

motor tains until September 30, when Har-

of

Sacred Heart, Overbrook Hills,

Announces School Dates

Announces School Dates District Governor Visits Rotary Club for Annual Session Bala - Cynwyd - Narberth

District Governor

Visits Rotary

Club

for Annual Session

Bala - Cynwyd - Narberth

Group

Holds

Official

Con-

ference

PEACE

IS

EMPHASIZED

Itrips through the New England States cum brings up the rear in the parade September 14; Mater Misericordia,

Merion, September 13; Villa Marie Academy, Green Tree, September 13.

Academy,

At

a

meeting

League

of

last

the

throw

Main

Linelor to the

night have

of

h.ad

West

Coast.

Others,

visitors

too, of the new season

from

'

Iberth Rotary Club had the course of

: their

the

Members of the Bala-Cynwyd-Nar-

work

for

next

year

out-

The local par~chial schools get

Sep-

tember 1 opening. The Narberth Public Schools are next to open, with the first belI called for September 7. The schools in the various Main Line

Schrepfer Townships folIow the next day, with

-Narberth and Gladwyne remaining Iand their children, Kenneth and June, Iprivate schools taking their own good

in a

it

league stanchngs all the games played

and

Baseball

Monday

out

the Ithe varIOUS parts of the

Mr. and

of

Wednesday

to Asheville,

interesting

was deci~edto

down to business early, with

a

Valley

Forge

Military

Mrs.

Albert

F.

Welhen-

Essex

avenue,

returned

from

N.

C.

a

week's

trip

N.

to

Wayne, September 18; Radnor Town-

lined

Tuesday

by

the

new

District

ship schools, September 8; Easttown-

Governor,

Samuel

L.

Shanaman,

of

Tredyffrin Township schools, Septem-

PhoenixviIle.

 

bel' 8: St. Katharine High School,

Mr.

Shanaman, in

making his an-

Wayne, September 1; Haverford

nual

official

visit

to

the

club,

spent

Township schools, September 8; Low-

·more than an hour with

the offieers

all those forfeited by the late Imayer,

Royersford

Club.

action,

however,

failed

lamented

This

change the status of the other teams I

tie for first

third

fourth,

should

games, they

win

and

Paoli

the

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A.

Wednesday

for

place, Brookline in ,left

moment

at

J.,

in Iwhere they wiII remain until septem-

Margate,

time. Some opening dates: er Merion Township schools, Septem-

and

committee

chairmen

before

the

Friends Central, Episcopal, Haver-

bel' 8; Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr,

meeting,

checking

over

matters

of

I

ford

September 22:

Prep

and

Montgomery

Shipley

School

School,

Bryn

September

Wynnewood, September 17.

29;

Agnes

Irwin

School,

management and the

Ithe community,

club's place in

In his speech before the members,

part

of Rotary in the campaign for world peace and deplored the recent attack of the Nazis against the organiza-

tion. FeIlowship was emphasized as a vital factor in the success of Rotary clubs. The governor, a former teacher in

Merion schools, deplored

the

progress has

Former Narberth Boy First inlovershadowed ·ethical growth. Fel-

PRY OPEN REAR WINDOW a pupils who will be five years FI'eld of 123 I'n Legl'on lowship,. commum.·ty servI,'ce, vocatio.n-

al service and mternatlOnal servIce were emphaSized . as the cornerstones f

Over $200 in

W. JAMES DRENNEN

Ransa·ck

f

ore

pl'incipal of the Narberth Public Narberth Children to Schools, who has amwunced the

Enroll

Next

Week

registration dates for the new term.

J C M

••

State

K II

c

e

,

J

r.,

C

Poster

.

.

W.

InS

.

.

Competition

Mr.

Shanaman

emphasized

the

or

ontest'the

I

Lower

fact

that scientific

~

FATHER

Jal11es

C

former

ISh

h

e

s.

IS

AN

ARTIST 0

of Penfielcl

the movement. "We must know man before we can

understand

amplifying

Icondemn him. We must , him," Shanaman said in

I

his

second

1\lcKell ---

JI'

Narberth

,.,

a

winner of the Pensylvania State con-

test for a poster design for

Day.

senior

H' th Ig1 t

h

k

Id

of a 123

k

IS wec'

resident,

is

premise,

POPPYI the Governol: declared, "We must plan

the i his themes.

To

illustrate

l\lcKeIl, who is eighteen, and a, our commuruty work thoroughly, and

at

the

1

Haverford

'f

t

rs

Township not

re

in, haste,

d

01

our

n

g,

,V

b' usmess.

man

to

must

the

as

some

service

d

d

a success f ul

co

e

0

f

cl~bs

th

e

b

game'

d thO

,

a

m .

ness

cording

business comes through square deal-

ICS

USI- .

ac-

Confidence in

rules.

e nee

A

m orme . pnze mae

fi

fi

'play the

In conclusion, discussing the inter-

C 00, was

h

d t

ntrie a

a 'en

e The winning poster, which survived

e Delaware County contest, will be ing."

t

ent:red in

~he national competition, to

In the event that Coatesville bel' 10.

their

would

four

postponed

tie

Paoli for

Miss Ruth Suplee, daughter of Mr.

thel and Mrs. George B, Suplee, of Wood-'

last

play-off

position.

It

has

been· side

avenue,

recently

returned

from

Thl'eves

decided that if a play-off is necessary a

stay

in

Ocean

City.

Miss

Suplee

to

determine the

fourth place, it will

left

Wednesday for Baltimore, where

be

played

Saturday,

September

11, she

will be among the guests at a

with

regular

play-offs

starting

sun-I dance and house party ~iven by Dr.

day, September 12.

Unless

CoatesviIle

be

played

their

on

the

the I

. and Mrs. Walter A. PatrIck.

N.

Chase, of

J.,

is

spending several

guest of

Mr.

and

Mrs,

finishes

in

Cranford,

as

C.

Mr. Henry P. Newell, Jr., who has

Miss Virginia

running, the championship games will

all

mond, dicated

as the present leaders have in-

weeks

John

Narberth

dia- 'I the

:.\Iarscher, of Haverford avenue.

willingness.

However, I

if Coatesville lands the fourth

berth, they will insist on having their I oast,

share of the games played in Coates- ville.

place', been on a

C

C

I

d

,

.

IS

month's trip

d

d

1\1

an

home

on

J

'

0

h

ns

b

has

t.o

eXlCO,

the h

West

as

r~

ana. a

to

,

m

hIS

St

.

S.

Narbert

Vt

"

w

f s to t Ie met lOOp

A

I

voted to

b aSls. 'd

d

The

S

o

.

d

TI

b

th

eCI eve

e

p s

t

I

d

I" it

on

b

es

t

t

a

~

'

le

Ii

'1

na

tl

I

,

I

double

ff'

a~-o ,It "as,.

t

f

header II oa

WI '11

b

wee. I

she e I I John

stage

l€ pre Imlllarv games

0

is visiting her mother

Heymann

summer at a

been

wo ou

seco~d series will

18

etlhll e er wee'

k

b

d

19

tl

afn 0 owmg. .-

ll

from

the

be plaYed on. the

camp

ff Receipts

o tl

le

eag-ue, I' are

lC

I

our

I

~

ea( ill'"

t

b

. cen

'

of the

40

.

t

t

0

b

.

B

'

D' 'St

aVIs

in

the Second Time From his vacation cottage at Ocean City, W. J. Dt'ennen, prin- cipal of the Narberth Public

I

i

Cigarettes Taken I

Schools, has issued the folIowing

Wednesday

Night

I'

schedule

for

enroIlment of

pu-

I

urg ary

pHs:

Kindergarten

II

enrolhnent

for

of age on or before February 15, will take place on Septel11bel'

2

4

roIled

enrollment

September

eight hours.

between

M.

P.

FOI' PUIl'1 I s

the

hours

of

1

and

no

t

prevIOus . I y en-

I'n the Nal'beI'th Schools

" wiII take place on

3

for

inclusive,

to

same

present vaccina-

the

grade

at

one

Pupils must

or

otheI's pl'O 0 f

egm

September 7 at 8.40 A. M. for a

half

ses-

tion

and

birth

certificates

se

d

f

0

ss ons

t

a

I'

e 0

b' 11'

f

'II

WI

th

b' .

session

and

fuJI

Scho I

0

day

'sions thereafter.

turned

avenue. lUI's. Edward Heymann, of Shirley Narberth,

ury,

Davis' Store, on Haverford avenue,

Wednesday

three

As before, cIgarettes f made '

the loot, estI-

was ransacked

'

in

t

b'

0

e

entry

h!5

.

h'e I night, for the second time

eI

months. h

e greater part 0

d

b

H

d ED'

The

thieves

made

their

Her son

spending up t t

.,

there,

Mrs.

Southern

m

by

pr~mgopen a rear Wllldow and n~an-

ht

shelvmg 1ll front ' of the wmdow , , wlth- '

out

be- h

live

the ma e neIghborhood ,y owar of $225. , aVIs

I Heymann will return the latter part

_",

-

an

_

d

Loos,

Loos,

son

and

Shirley

some time at

of

Mr.

., Johnsbury, Vt.

who has

Loos,

weeks

in

p aY-j of 11ext ., week

:.\11'.

Joseph

R,

Paul

camll near St

Mrs.

Paul

R.

several

preliminaries

I

amon'"

II

after a 10 per cent cut is turned ovel:' :.\lrs,

t

pel f

loser 10

a

60

Due to

field last

-

d

tl

of

Ihas also been sllending

road, agm~ to, scramble

awakenmg

been t upstairs, I

The 'I

ween e even 0 c oc

over ,some

DavIs,

d

who

occurred

e ( I IVI( ·, I e(

40 30 no"', a

the

robbery k W

eams on a

TI

aSls.

le willner . -

final

.

IVlSlon. Paoli's

·

Saturday

play-off will share

refusal

at

I!\ew York and was also on a motor I when the store closed, and 6,00 yester-;

through

New

Englan?,

has

re-I

home ~n Sh1l'ley road.

."

"~

d

the stOle,

ay mO~l1lng,when . lvlr. DaVIS ' opened

.

spending

lug t"

to take thel trip

Gladwyne

to I turned to her

replay

forfeit was awarded to the KeyN~ls. gave a supper and shower last Thurs-! had

This,

regularly

the

first

part of

a

plus

a

7

to

scheduled

nine

with

Gladwyne

place tie

Contlnuea on

protested

game

in

shop

dis-

packed

WIth loose pack,ages of cIgarettes, on

a IDonald D. MUll', of Montgomery ave- the fl,oor where It had been dropped by

f

I Blame

mvestIgatlOn

,

been

taken. A few \~atches and fountain pens were also nnssed.

I ,Haverford avenue, and Miss Fanny The store was robbed on May 23rd

a

Her

daughter,

in

r.ohss

Jean

Miss

and

Loos,

The

first

llldlcatlOn

again

that

the

Miss

d

Brown

Has

Narrow

Escape

as

Holiday

avenue,

N

ar

painful

b

I

ert 1,

IS

injuries

e was

hId ur e

to

t I le

I

,

?e Judged m New York.

,The con~estnational

aspect

of

the

service

club,

IS sponso~ed by the Amencan ,LeglO~'1Shanaman

urged

the

Rotarians

to

of the

K

ep em

e f

a

State

ls

b

prIze ';1)) learn

a en

and

the

across

d' ents

cue, I d d

m

"T

w:

understand

seas.

h' IS

0 pu

trIps ,

t

He

a

b

the

peoples

inci-

con-

over

SObuth :rdmore LegiOn

h' IS II k

a a natiOnal rep-

- nown

II

y

tIt

cited the

roa

d

,an

d

1\1

I

,lanes

Illustrator, and earne

utation for his scenes

ugou Y

on

er v.

tl'

comes

1er d

oung· c

tl

y.

H

·

IS

R

0 t ary across a

II

Continued on PaK& Four

e I p

h' la

R

Z

'

00 IS

T

paintings of western IPh'l

I

I

1

I

a

d

Performs

for

Police

Iven

are

ortolse

Saving the police a long run in hot

l

is

a

Member

of

the

Disappearing

Race

Giant Tortoises

of

Fast-

been visited

was the

supp I y

4 decision

game,

to

move

Narberth.

PaKe

Four

Use

the Iday. evening

honor of

Mr.

Ruth cO,ver y

Mrs.

h

of

d

a

pasteboard ,box,

Th

e

I

oose

large

Ends PresentatIOn bde madte atsthe

t

enabled 1l\IUlr,

into

of

daught~r of

Miss Laura M. Brown. of . 123 Elm-

woo

suffered

last Saturday at Asbury Pa'k

y

he~vy-set man running for a train. 1\hss Brown suffered a broken nose, a fractured arm and rib and face in-

a

w I len

recover-

!

nue,. Cynwyd, whose marriage, to Mr.

E

Iy,

of

C

d

ynwy,

WI

II

t

e

mtru er.

take I S~1l0'a

k

bl

es

b

a.c

place next month.

k

0

0 t e co~nter 7 o\~e I ing from

f

h

h

d

shipment

s

h

signs of shrmkage and

revealed

that a

N

J

b"

Clainls

1\ll's. Francis V. Mitchell, of Lant-I soon

.'

k'

trac 'S

Noel

Iwyn lane, IS spendmg several days at 0 cartons, receIve t at

1\lrs,

W,

I.

Dothard,

of

f' d h d h d

ay,

a

Unauthorized, Cape 1\lay,

1\11'.

and

Name

"Fraud" Charged Against Back-! Loos, also of Haverford avenue, have of $600 in money and merchandise by juries when her head struck a steel weather, William Whalen, 30, of N. Gift

ers of Wilson in County Scrap

ireturned from a week's stay in Brat-

I tleboro,

Iguest of l\hss LOUise Beaty at her the store s twenty-eIght years of eXlst- Tuesday to complete her recovery TownshIp police statIOn early SundayI

hospital

the II These t\";o robbel'1e~, the only ones, m for treatment and was brought home

a thief who smas.hed a rear windo~v. rail.

She was taken

to the

40th street ncar Baring, chose a spotl

right

i~ fron,t

of

t~e Lower

Merion

Vt,~ wher~ they were

MAKES

PLEA

FOR

UNITY I summer home.

I

'

ence, come as p~rt ~f a wave of st?re' from the injuries and resultant shock.

un-

fortunate conclusion of a two weeks' v~cation,at the shore resort with her SIster, 1\I1ss Mabel Brown.

SIX were

for an auton~o~i1e coIlision.

of ani-

o~ Lanca,ster pI~e, pol~ce Said, \\:hen!mals, Quite logically it is the receiv-

ing station for all the discarded white rats and baby alligators in the eity and raccoons and possums which out-

'

'

dh~lve abwlaYk"grow their usefulness as pets are also

are

f

Philadelphia Zoo is constantly

The

.

1\11', and Mrs. Wilham BaIley Good-I and

house

entrIes

m

Lower

Menon

The

accident

occurred

corner

of

at

the

He was dl'1vI~g on t.he wI:ong sldel the

hIS mach me. collIded With one dl'1ven by Robert TImothy, 23, of Penn street, Bryn Mawr

. b Whalenffiattempted

ut two h

0

tO k

cers I' overtoo' '

,!

1m Th

a

rom

t. e.

po Ice

station.

ey

I

recipient of divers

.

arrIvals,

Even

t

I

11

I

gifts

Charles V, Noel, secretary of the I alii> ~~ ~Udley av~n:e'd entertai~ed ~t a~d Narbert~ in r~~~n\ m~nths'kSome

Narberth

of

aut

be

Borough

Narberth

Council ~nd chief

Fire

A.

.

appropriated

of

a

to

nominate

Wilson, of

This was done without

or without my

publi'c

this

Wit . I 1

I

I

me

wish

to

did

not

serve

authorize

I

a

u

e

supper

a ur ay evemng

m

ma

e

pu

IC

as

wee '.

the

"1\1

1

Y

Company, I

lOrize<! the fo lowing statement to'

Continued on Page Three

orelgn

Continued on Page Two

I

issued today:

I

was

iLibrary Adds Books

S

b'

u

Voters Must Register

b

Y

W d

L

e. or

ose

V

0

t

e

Only

.

F'

tel'

DR'

ays

House

f

Ive

at

ReSidents of County to RegiS-

Court

M

C

'

h

h

V

'd

t

0 ers

.

III

'

ontgomcry h'

h

they

IS

ounty w 0

urlllg

a,Ys ,are

"d

not register t '

regu I ar

d

vote

I

t lat t

if

R

D

summer

.

eglst,ratlon

I

ey WI I lose theIr ng t

do

not

register

andIF'

I

on

name

used

Committee

burgess,

ristown, as prothonotary in Montgom-

Nor-

ex-

Campaign

as

treasurer

trying

Walter

·

that

Jects

Internatl'onal

M'

d

AI

In

cove

Gains

Several

New

Volumes

 

Four new books have recently been

ery

consu I ta t IOn

permission.

notice

County.

fraud

and

my

sympathies

are

not added to the International

Mind

AI-

d

I

with

these

tactics 01' the election

of cove at the Narberth Community Li-I

tl

le

Wilson to an

important county post. brary.

The

Alcove is

Endowment

"As a loyal Republican for years I Carnegie

a

gift

for

of

the I warne

Interna-I to

subscribe to these principles that will tional Peace.

build a stronger organization for our

The first of these new books is "An

September 1.

!lart

y

. I

believe that

'

.

1

I

as d

but

0

eu'

to

t

h

Itt

I

10

,;an

beheve

when such an

Important post as prothonotary is to

be filled all district ' leaders f should be I a

consu I tee

nlattel

myself,

represent ,and \:ork for some conSideratIon.

book whidh

The

an

is

sure to

is

eelings I in the, f I cussion.

any gory

the

people

should

I Ialso

had

author

unusual

have; study his subject.

arouse

not

Penn Valley Plot Sold A tract of one and one-half acres at

Woodbine

and Righter's Mill roads, Penn 'I ValIey, b

the

oc 'd; frequent sal

s' present.

a

,pearmg

, Olse,

skunks

southwest

given to the Zoo at times.

All

thanks.

one

, a He phySICIan was placed pronounced under arrest. him drunk.

Arrest Bryn Mawr Man

G

eorge

1\1

organ,

21

,0

f

Th

WIth '

a

I

Such has .lust arrived m the

oma I person of a young Galapagos tor-

WI

such t1l1ngs . are

\Va

But, once

Ik'

'S

m

'th

in

,a

mem b et:

race

f

0

tl

G

I

tl

t

f

0

glan .

1e

f

accepted

y

el1laln. or J. Bruce Bya)) through Emlen & Co,

rooms

the

has been sold to Frank H. WI son

A

and

tract.

$35,000

fOUl'

home

baths

with

fifteen

1'0

lllanned

fOI'

~

while, some-

rea ,y u~usua

t

as or t' olses

d'

Isap-

m- ,

500

e

th

d

.' ,

avenue, Bryn Mawr, was arrested on· t .

I'"

The

corner, ,.

wooded

and

WIth

a

stream, . IS said to

be on

the route

of

l'.

R

0

.

.

.

it Up P th

a drunken-drIvlllg charge early Sun-:.

day mornmg after IllS automobile left. h b't'

ment

avenues,

at

Essex

Narberth.

,. a I lllg 1e a apag-os s an s,

and

ml es

Haverford P

'fi

aCI

0

ff

0

th

e coas

cean.

t

0

fEd

cua

'

or m

Washmgton's troops on the march tOI the road and crashed mto an embank-"I

Valley Forge, With trenches shU dls-

by cernible.

c It was presented by Mr. Winthrop

Essay on the Nature of contemporarYlt~eCourt House, Norristown, is open Camhers

England," by Hilaire BelJoc, This is flOm 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. today, Mon-

and

t •• u. omorrow,

The office of the Commissioners in

Tuesday

1 8

A

M

t and 5

P Wednesday

·u

Take Down Leaves and

A

S

eason

defensive

play.

1Z7

The

Grant,

of

Philadelphia.

Mr.

Grant

I wrote

to

the

Zoo

in

advance

asking

I them

if they wanted

an

Ecuadorian

I

'I rare

tOl't,oises.-\\.·elI,

CUlatols \\ere

it from

a

de

s~a

dis- fr day,

ass

i box turtle. Of course the Zoo did, and

yy anes Iwhen it turned out to be one of the

Galapagos

to.

only

a

for on the convenience of those who wish to register.

0

Under

or I well known editor in England, but has

to

He was an English

opportunity

(This is t7w seventh letter from the· strong

peanut i s,ay the least, the

It is e;;timated that approximately local boys at Ranger Lodge, Casco team lost, however, to the Kohut lads. hghted.

this

County

failed Maine.)

the

Permanent

BY

STEVE

SCHOFF

Mr.

Ischool boy and studied at Oxford and 50,000 voters in

as

a

member

of

Parliament. to

register.

9-8 after a disastrous seven run ralIy. i

Ade Smith, Bill Jones, Howie Mc-' captain eight years, who suggested he

Grant received

"I had no knowledge of what was: served

to transpire when Wilson's name was

Continued on Page Two

Kelley on P. M. Board

However, he was born in France and

the

Registra:ion

I~s,tsessl~nof t~eLe?lsI~ture,these and trips featured the sixth week at the best for the younger l'ads.

Act,

pass~d during

the

The

usual

intercamp

Other

competition

campers

kept

enough

Conne)) and Marsha)) Brooks looked make. a pot ,of soup from i,t! He has

The swimming team continued its!

;kept It on hIS porch ever smce.

winning ways by downing H:"\V-l Norristown to Celebrate

J !did his conscript service with

combination

This

Iexperiences assures something ob-

IFrench army.

of CItizens WI)) forfeIt theIr rIght to vote. Ranger

.

Lodge.

busy

themselves

garnering

Jointly marking Norristown's 125th llnniv~:~ary of its incorporation as

board of directors of the Pennsylvania I Agnes Rothery, the author of "Den- Contest have ju~tbeen announced, and George Paine broke up two balI nut team, Berwyn MacFadden, Gordy a borough and the 150th anniversary

berth

Postmaster Joseph L. KelIey of Nar- jective and unique on

was

elected

a

member

of the IEngland.

Contemporary

Old Gold Winners Announced

Winners

of the

popular

Old

points to win one of the camp medals thorne's natators 76-59. Paul HIcks'

and Ken Claney starred for the pea-:

Gold at the end of the summer.

Chapter, National Association of Post-, mark" anothel' new Alcove book is Iinclude the folIowing fortunate Main games in two consecutive days with Clausen and Bobby Roberts led the of the United States Constitution, a masters at its recent convention. Iknow~ for her books on Finland ~nd Liners: Narberth-Miss Agnes Yo- his tremendous hitting. Against Aga- junior outfit and Ralph Moss, Hank week's program has been arranged by

The organization, meeting last Sweden. She takes us for a delight-I cum, 208 Elm Terrace, $250; Henry wam he pounded a single and two Ludlow and Bill Grugan compiled the the Montgomery County seat town to

Thursday, Frid~y and Saturday at ful journey through a kingdom that I E. Waters, Jr., 122 Elmwood avenue, triples to lead the team to a 5-3 tri- senior points. This constitutes the appropriately observe the historic

Scranton, COl~pl'1SeS1530 of the 2600 has steered its course safely between I$100: George C. Davies, Jr., Old Gulph umph, receiving invaluable aid from

fourth straight victory for coach John events.

postmasters m the state. Another dictatorship on the one hand and com- county delegate, B. A. Develin of Jen- munism on the other.

kinto,,'Il, was made third vice presi-' . "Canada," by Andre Siegfried is 11l0re, ~nd. Mrs. L. M. Ireland, 311 George walloped a singie and two the track team lost a heartbreaker to wood Park on Sunday, September 12,

dent. Also II). l1t~e!ldance,.froJJl the

¥ain Line were Daniel J. M,cDo,nough, bor

The au- by WIlham R. Staggs of Coronado, win by a tally of 11-7. John Stoudt It. Chff Roberts, Johnny Grells, and volunteer firemen on Saturday,

Ardmore and Bernard KerrIgan, Bryn known to us as it should be.

Fir~t~rize(jf $l~~!~OOwas captured eleven runs that enabled the Lodge to ~alev~nt,was lost and the, meet ~~hIwith a pa~ade,of military veterans

Hawthorne 52-44, as the relay, the! and continue throughout the \Yl;!ek

Under the tutelage of Don Vogts, community religious services in Elm-

and Hagy~ford!oads, $100; and $50 each to Mrs. F. A. McShane, Jr., Ard-

Len Jones, Bud Nold and Jim Dykes.

Against

Kohut

home

runs

to

the

bat

next

afternoon

in

seven

of

the

pitched well iLnd Dan Karcher

put up

Macionis'tankmen.

I

The celebration will start with

one of the latest books on our neigh- Baird road,

country

which

is

not

as

Contlnued on Page Two

welI

i

California.

lSeptember 18.

Mawr.

ContlnueO on Page Two

Baird road, country which is not as Contlnued on Page Two welI i California. l September
Baird road, country which is not as Contlnued on Page Two welI i California. l September
Baird road, country which is not as Contlnued on Page Two welI i California. l September
· O U R . T O W N August 27, 1937 P a g
· O U R . T O W N August 27, 1937 P a g

·OUR.TOWN

August 27, 1937

Page

Twu

OURToWN

No Settlement Seen

 

MAIN LINE LEAGUE

Campers

"Elephant Boy" at Narberth

   

Sat'll1'day's Results

 

Heading Horne From Ranger Lodge

 

This

Friday

and

Saturday

 

Coatesville,

6;

Media,

5

   
   

A Co-operative Community Newspaper founded in 1914 by the Narberth Civic Association, and plLblished every Friday at Narberth, Pa.

in Republican Split Over County Office,

·

I

G I adwyne, 7; Pao 1,4

Narberth,

14;

Pottstown,

2

Contlnued from

Page One

Charlie Dykes, Len Jones, Jack Free-

man and Bob Paine kept the team in the running.

This week-end the Narberth Thea- tre presents "Elephant Boy," filmed in India, and based on Rudyard Kip- ling's novel "Toomai of the Ele- phants." It features Sabu, a twelve- year-old Indian lad, in the title role

Thursday-Friday-Saturday

Thursday-Friday-Saturday

 

Upper Darby, 11;

Downingtown, 9

 

Phlllp Atlee Livingston. Publisher

Possibility

of

Compromise

Can·

I

(Sunday Games-Po.~t]Joned)

Standings

of

the

Teams

   

"ELEPHANT BOY"

 

Edwin

Anne

L. Paxson, Editor

Morgan

Roberts,

Social

Editor

didate for Prothonotary Shows

sea-

sons series by thumping the boys 10-3

The

councilors

sewed

up

the

Office -

209 Haverford Ave., Narberth

No

Immediate

Promise

W.

L.

P. C.

as

Pop

Fowler

again

had

the lads

Based on "Toomai of the Elephants" by Rudyard Kipling

Narberth

,

21

6

.778 breaking their

backs

in

an

effort

to

 
 

Telephone: Narberth 4100

The split in Montgomery County Republican ranks, resulting from the four-way prothonotary contest, shows no immediate prospect of settlement this week. Endorsement of Walter A. Wilson,

Gladwyne

21

6

.778

hit his tantalizing delivery.

Jim Fitz-

of the boy who succeeded to his grandfather's respected nickname be- cause of his skill in handling ele- phants. Iravatha, an elephant, has the next important part.

Philadelphia Representatives:

Brookline

18

6

.750 patrick and

Hack

Webster

led

the

 

NEVILLE

&

HiTCHINGS,

INC.

Paoli

15

12

.555 council with the willow as Don Smith,

12 South 12th Street

Coatesville

11

13

.458

Bob Warwick

and

Rolly

Young

pro-

 

Monday

and

Tuesday

Entered as second-class matter October 13, 1914, at the Post Ottlce at Narberth, Pa., under the Act ot March 3. 1879. Subscription rate, $2 per ye3r In advance

Pottstown

10

15

.400 vided the seniors strength.

Monday and Tuesday brings "Par- nell," a historical romance about Charles Stewart Parnell, "Uncrowned King of Ireland," his love affair with Katie O'Shea, a married woman, the results of the sensational divorce scandal that followed, and its effect on the lives of the two persons in- volved and on Parnell's career as

 
 

Media

A.

A.

8

15

.348 Mt. Pleasant and Mt. Chocorua were

 

"PARNELL"

Downingtown

8

17

.346

scaled by two groups of the little fel-

CLARK

GABLE

 
 

former editor of the

Norristown

Upper Darby

4

23

.147 lows. Parke Schoch, Fred Stelwagon,

Friday, August 27, 1937

Times Herald, has been given by the

Dick Deal and Charlie Walton raced

List American Premiere' up Mt. Pleasant while Bill Thomas,

MYRNA

LOY

 
 

"Harmony

Committee,"

which

is

 

Uncle Sam Must Pay the Bill

In a forceful editorial, the Phila- delphia Record condemns the gold buying' policy of the Uniteo ~tates 'I'reasury. and warns that this polie~' will saddle this countrj' with the costs of the next war. 'I'he Record tahs the case of Japan and charges that the .Japan- esc, facrd with new warfare in China, scouted around for fUIHls. They wcrc aware that {;ncle 8all\ was huying' I.mld-anel paying'

headed by Senator Theodore

includes such

Bean and which

Lane

politi-;

,

of Bystander for

Howie Irwin, Paul Hicks and Bill

 

SPECIAL-Monday at 9 P. M. "PLAY BONUS"

 

:

Sept. Ryan ~l1ountedthe higher pinnacle Cabll1 fifteen copped the weekly m-

 

ca

1 I

ea

.

d

ers as

P

e

.

t

er

C

.

H

. ess, 0

f

L

.

ower·

'

spectlon .

pnze. .

Dave

Alburger,

Cliff

 

.

 

Menon

Township;

Shenff

Edwlll

H.: Hedgerow Theatre WIll Present Roberts, Bob Rowley, Harley Anders,

leader of the Irish Party in the bitter fight for home rule. Clark Gable portrays Parnell and Myrna Loy enacts Katie. Monday night at nine everyone plays "Bonus" for valuable awards.

Wednesday

(Cash

Award

Night)

and Thursday features "As Good as Married," the story of a secretary who marries her boss to help him save on his income tax. It has John

Bellis,

Harold

C.

Pike,

Ralph

Mor-:

Unusual

Play

of

Eng.

Ralph Moss and John

Bartle get the

 

Wednesday

:Ind

Thursday

gan,

Wayne

Her'!mess,

Frank

Shal- I

lish

Prison

Life

weekly

insJlection

speed

boat

ride.

"As Good

as

Married"

 

kop and Frederick

B. Smillie.

'

Gordy Clausen seems to bc the only September's noteworthy opening boy in camp who will receive a gold

A faction headcd by Fred C. Peters,

JOHN

BOLES DORIS NOLAN

 

president of the Montgomery County. for Philadelphia theatre goers will be medal for !lassing the specified tests.

Commissioners, and Wil1iam Hower is; the American premiere of Robert Silver awards in all probability wil1

supporting Earl B. Bechtel, of potts-: Brennan's "Bystander" at the Hedge- be

presented

to

Boyd

Brodhead

and

(Award

Wednesday

at

9)

town.

row Theatre, Moylan-Rose Valley, on I Buzz Torrey while Rusty DeBurlo and

 
   

Of the two

remaining

William

T.

Muldrew

and

candidates,

Romanus

September 14.

English

This unusual play of' Jack Schofield seem headed for bronze

given emblems. Out of a possible two hun-

prison-life

was

first

Boles as the tax-dodging architect and Doris Nolan as the helpful sec- retary who turns the tables on her husband of convenience. Next Friday and Saturday "The Emperor's Candlesticks," with Wil- liam Powell and Louise Rainer will be

 
     

about twice the cost. of its produc- tion. No.1 a pan ]'radjusted her gold hase, which released approxi.

Fellman, it is possible that l\!uldl'cw theatrical cxi:;tence at the famed dred and twenty-five points, two hun-

may

Abbey Theatre in 1930. dred are needed for a g'old award, one

he

considered

a

compromise

• Civil Service Appointments

97 StlJd~llt. of

Strrq,'er

8

Bllst·

   

selection

if

both

factions

can

agree

The author ha~ treated his absorb- ing subject in a serio-comic fashion,

hundred

and

seventy-five for

a

silver

111",,:<

'if'lI/.IUI

\A,~re aPlloint"d to (;t)\·t'rn~

on a compromise.

   

one,

and

twenty-five

les~ for

the

nll'lIt

nO:lltiOJl!l.

n·('l-ntl)'.

8oml'

at

81260

n

yea.r;

~O!llt' at

~la40 n

Yt'nr;

Sl)me

at

matel~- $1 :m,OOO,O(lO

worth

of her

There is apparently some question which successful1y maintains audience bronze. Eaeh of these marks a worth-

S~(;20 " p·nr.

Ma}'

\\1:'

pr.'pare

"ou

for

C'l\'il

Sl'f\'if't'

or

U'lsin,·ss 1

gold.

as

While Peters

to the

real issue back

rift.

has been accused of at-

of the

suspense

line i~ spoken until

from

the moment the first while achievement. There is still an-

the final

shown.

Strayer's

Bus i nes s

Schoo I

807 Chestnut St.

Lombard 0854

This $1 :30,OO{),OOO worth of gold was shipped to the Fnitc>d ~tates, sold to the 'I'reasur~·. '1'0 huy the gold, t he 'l'rea~.;ur:·will hOl'row the 11l0nr~', at interC'st-i.e., increase our national debt. ~o, .Japan·s war has hoosted our national deht

tempting to set himself up as count~· The

Abbey

production

was

curtain. other week to gain points and at the so tre- banquet Saturday others will probably

Library

Adds

Books

_~~~~=p:::h~i1==ad=e==IP:::h:::la=~==~==~=~:::~==~~=-

 

leader, he denies this, stating that mendously popular, that the play was be recognized. his only reason for not going along re\'ived the fall of the same year. Stunt night Tuesday was featured with the "Harmony Committee" is' The new week starts off on August: by the little boys' presentations.

 

on

Foreign

Subjects

I

the desire to do what is for the "good :W with Eugene O'Neill's "The Em-I Dicky Ryan, Bobby Cairns, Bob Nar-

and Diek Longaker were head-

The withdrawal of J. Stroud ,rebel', immortal comedy, "Twelfth Night,'" liners in the skits. Another pleasant

of the Republican party." peror-.Jones," and i\lr. Shakespeare's, rigan

* Carson Long Institute * Boys' l\Jlllta.'Y School. Edueales the

('ollt>g-e Or husincsH. Charact~r

whole hoy - physleally. mentany. thor is a Frenchman and is, of course, momlly. How to leal'll. how to

much interested in what he calls "The

lahor. how to II\'e. PrellareS for

Continued trom Pal\'e One

Norristown attorney, from the judge- playing Tuesday. September 1 bring~ attraction was the singing of Agnes ship race in i\lontgomery County, was BemaI'd Shaw back to Hedgerow's Cassidy, a girl from Camp Arcadia,

French element" of Canada, but he huildin~ supreme. Hates $500.

\\·rite for eatalog"ue.

by $] :W,OOO,OOO.

does

the discussion of Canadian and Ameri- .~===============!~' can interests.

not

neglect

British

Canada

nor,

Box 3S

New Bloomfield, Par

To

he

sure.

we

have

the

gold.

announced

this

week.

Although

:"tage in the form of "Too True to be who is studying for grand opera, who

But that gold is worth the present

Weber's name will appeal' on the bal.' Good,"

which

has

played

to

sold

 

entertained

with several

popular and

"Discovering South America," by Lewis R. Freeman is "a survey of the South America of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow." It does not claim to be an exhaustive study, but it is a thoroughly readable and interesting tale which becomes absorbing when it contrasts present day conditions with those the author saw many years ago.

-

 

.

.

lot for the

primary,

September

1-1,

out

houses

since

its

addition

to

the semi-classical

selections.

 

CALL THE

 

h

Igh pl'lce only because the United his action will leave the field clear theatre's repertory in July. "Misal- Instead of the weekly campfire

States

'I'reasury

has

intlated

the

for

the

unanimous

nomination

of

Iiance,"

another

Shaw

favorite

will

 

Saturday night, Mr. Fowler

and

Mr.

New Deal Junk Co.

 

gold

market.

\Vere

the

Tl'eaSll ry

,Judge

Knight

on

the

Republican

be performed

Thursday.

Perry presented the movie "One In a

suddenly to stop huying' gold-the

ticket.

The

week

clo,.;es

with

another per-

Mil1ion."

To compensate for

the

loss

 

value of gold would collapse. In his statement announcing his' formance of "Penny Wise" on Friday of this weekly feature, it was com- withdrawal, which was sent to Peters, and Shaw's "Arms and the Man" on hined with the fraternity meeting

 

Highest

Prices

Paid for

IRON

 

~lina, like .Japan, wants war Weber stated that he would support Saturday.

eI

 

Sunday.

Johnny Martin,

Dana

Ca-

PAPER, RAGS, and METALS

supplies

from

the

United

States.

Bechtel.

hoon and

Mr.

Dick

Withington

did

 

We

will

call anywhere-any

time

So, since China has no gold, as

Noel

Claims Use

of

Ithe entertaining.

at your cOllvenience

Japan has, we have decided to 1)\1:'

her silver.

Our own silver stocks

Merion Notes

1\11'. and

Mrs.

George Reebic John-

Name Unauthorized Camp c~oses .August 30, and the

at Narberth

I cara:'an Will arl'l\'e home

 

CEMETERY

 

Wholesale •• Retail

SAM. SCHLESINGER

are

sk~'high.

\Ve dO\1't

nred

sil-

son,

of

Calvert

road,

are

spending

Continued trom Pa~eOne IStation between 2.30 and 3.00 the fol-

N.

Dally

W.

7

A.

Cor.

M.

to

56th

5.30

and

P.

M.

Vine

SUo

 

some time at

the

l\!a!llewood Club

in

prop.oscel.

I

did

not

e\'en know what I lowing afternoon, Tuesday, August 31.

vel'.

,Ve haw

no use for

it.

But

the White Mountains.

 

they

were

planning

to

do

when

the

 

ALL eghny 0132

we are

huying' it, building' a

stor-

Dr. and

Mrs. J.

Harold

Austin, of

Wilson

men

sent

out

announcements

 

BADER-FARLEY

 

MEMORIALS

 

age

vault

for

it

at

\Yest

Point,

Statc

road,

Cynwyd,

formerly

of

with

my

name

on

as

treasurer.

Fi-\