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December 5, 1961

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PROF. COLLINGDALE 713 Awards Badges / · C9. : , : · NETHER PROVIDENCE -- A Court of Awards was staged b Girl Scout Troop 713 (Intermet iates) following a covered dis supper for the mothers, at th Holy Trinity Lutheran Church social hall. Mrs. Thomas Ditchfield Jr., Is leader of the troop. Nancy Mo rison welcomed the. guests at the supper, and the blessing was sun by the entire troop. At the awards ceremony, pres dent of the troop, Ellen Castella extended greetings and was followed by a flag ceremony conducted by Emily Israel, Claire Ditchfield, Arlcne . Boop, Mia Hartsook .and Sandy Mason. The invocation was read by the REXELU1LL Cheerleaders Plan Saturday ' · . '. ·/ - COLLINGDALE -- Crystal Enchantment will be the theme of a d a n c e , sponsored by the nigh school c h e e r 1 e a d ers, Saturday from 8 to 11 p.m. in the school auditorium. Accepted mode of dress will be party frocks for the gkis and jackets and ties for the boys. The auditorium will be transformed into a crystal ice palace by the decorating committee. Dancing will be to top recordings. Tickets will be on sale at the door. BELL TO SPEAK COLLINGDALE--Sen. Clarenc D. Bell will address the Big Broth ers Association Thusday at 8 p.m in the high school cafeteria. A special invitation has been e tended to borough council, schoo board and other organizations the borough. Bell will be introduced by, Le Whiteman, recently appointed program chairman. CUBS SHOW MAGIC COLLINGDALE--Tricks of magic and sleight-of-hand, performed by members of Cub Soout Pack 417, revealed a wealth of magician and showmanship talents among Cub Scouts. The performance culminated a DREXEL HILL three .new.--Senior-Scouts in the troop, Nancy Morrison PattyjTM n ui o~f*" r " c Vearch'into magic by Stevens and Myra Shooster and L k assisted by ^ dcn was part of a candle-hght cere- Bothers ' mony. I TM 1 Plans for WALL1NGFORD hoU holi- Following the singing of traditional scout songs/presentation of Dec. 27 are miscellaneous badges were given py festiv ^ TM} 1 ^ a Tho to :Artene Boop, Outdoor safety, ent, according to Cubmas er Tho- outdoor cook, and pioneer; Mia mas Rex, with parents of the cubs Hartsook, outdoor cook, adventur- as special guests. ' - . ,, I lir^l A^mruJ »*lf/\ Junior High Aids Needy DREXEL HILL -- The student council of Drexel Hill Junior High School will sponsor a dance for Drexel Hill students Thursday at 3:15 in the school gymnasium. The dance theme, "Toys for tots," is another.effort to aid the community by participating in the Scout Unit Fetes Boys DREXEL HILL - Oakview Boy Scout Troop 266, sponsored by t. Charles Catholic Church, held Is first court of honor since its eorganization last September. John McDonald, district commissioner, presented the troop charter Leo Halprin, who, in turn reseiitcd it to Scoutmaster Jerry ^amare. Sixty-five parents, rela lives and friends witnessed these awards: Tenderfoot badges, Mi chael Corr, Robert McGowen, Wil liam Powers, John McLaughlin Joseph Orlando, Charles Gund mundsen, Jerry Nardi, Bob Mow ery, and Bob McGonigal; Joh Killeen, one-year pin; four-yea service pins, Dennis Killeen, Joh Rafter, Leo Halprin -and _Nic Mattera; senior patrol leader awards, Matters and Dennis Kil- Brownie Troop 718 Invests 31 Girls WALLINGFORD -- B r o w n i e cial guest 'at the Investiture. Prospect Unit Slates Party PROSPECT PARK - The moth r's council 'of Boy Scout 'rroop Troop 718: of the Nether Provi ence Neighborhood, were induct- into Scouting at an evening held at the Summit The 31 girls in this troop are ed by Mrs. George Corse Jr., assisted by Mrs. Michael Feuer, Mrs. Richard Roddy and Mrs. Joseph,Goldstein. Following the presentation of a play entitled "The Refreshments were served b the new Brownies, to the larg group of parents, grandparents sisters and brothers, who attem ed. leen. La ma re presented registration cards to committeemen James Anderson, Robert Mowery, James 'rendergast, Joseph Kane, Nichoas Mattera, Richard Sherwin and John Killeen, former Scoutmaster. nariaooK, ouiuuur OJOK, auvcmui- "-' "*"· , . V K« w i Community oy participating m uie er, campcraft and canoeing; San- Welcomed into membership ai Marine Corps drive for usable or dra Mason, life saving and poi-the magic sliow ana awaros m«.i-| .__ u l _ £ _ ln ^ ^ !c , (y .; K ,, ( ^ ·r-* i i ft i i r* s~i- iirtrr limi'fl TVTttil u i u iuu^un, uic aciyuig *iiu K^ 1 V r - i r^ ' +* ncer; Patty Stevens and Sue Car- ing were Mike Barnett, roll, garden flower; Nancy Mor- lecia and David Phillips rison, interior decorator; Lynn I Awards were presented Ma-1 to ianV"dr'awin* and 'painting and James to Webloes Den. * O * O | · » - » · ! 1 T/·,,·;_.,. . l l m c i n H U dressmaker. Nancy Craemer, and rocks and minerals. The following girls nsim, iinciiur accuraiui, uyiui ·* -- ~ - j j ·rn-\,~t\ t i, Cupp, outdoor safety and house- James Scott, David and Tunotny keeper; Emily Israel, lifesaver Chmielowski, Thomas McGee Jr and backyard camper; Kathy and Thomas Rex. Timothy was Crystle, star badge; Ellen Castel- graduated into Boy Scouts and - - - ? ' - . . -Dairies to Webloes Den. Richard Krivulka and Bruce Hu- dressmaker ber were recipients of one-year pins. Adult sen-ice pins went to ^.x^.,.,,6 6 «« finished Albert .and Ruth Krivulka one- these badges toward their 1st year pins; Mrs. Violet Patterson, Class- outdoor cook; Millie' Na-four-year pin; and Mrs. Terry crelli, Joann Reed, Ruth Dunn, Chmeilowski, five-year pin. ( and Christine Waterbury. My Rex reported that the cubs an- iUiU V_*m l^LlllVJ H at^i.vuj.,7 . A - A J ,-~r f Troop- Mollie Nacrelli and Ruth nual canned goods collection for Dunn; 1st Class Badges were |the needy was a success, awarded to Mollie Nacreli, Joann. Reed, Ruth Dunn and Christine |VESTRY PLANS PARTY ipairable toys to be distributee i needy t Approximately 500 students wil attend and it is anticipated that several hundred toys will be do nated to the drive. E. Wallace Chadwick was gues speaker at the school today at a meeting of social studies teach ers. Also in attendance were teachers of other subjects and interested students. The former judge of Delawar County Courts and former congressman had as his topic "The Battle of Gettysburg." Waterbury. CANDLE CEREMONY COLLINGDALE -- The vestry of Trinity Episcopal Church will . i sponsor a card party Friday at The Curved Bar Ceremony in- g . ig - in arisn hall . eluded the lighting of a candle byi ' each recipient after telling which Law was the hardest for her to. live by. Badges earned for a Cur- awarded their .Curved Bar ved Bar in homemaking went to Mia Hartsook, Arlene Boop, San- Kathy Crystle and Joann Clark dra Mason and Myra Shooster; for personal health, conservation for arts. Kathy Drystle and Joann ~_ _ I -ii _ * r ^.. l_ n .-w-i nn-. nl-Irtrr Cnn 1 ^ * 3 T*- Sharon Todd Named Queen and homemaker. . Clark for homemaking. Sue Carin irviiicititirvci. i v . -- * * k -- -Badges for a Curved Bar in the roll, Claire Ditchfield, Nancy Mor- arts were earned by Arlene Boopjri^son and Patty Stevens, for out- for dabbler and prints. Mia Hartsook for minstrel, prints, drawing and painting. Sandra Mason dabbler and prints; and Myra Shooster, minstrel, prints, reader and photography. The badges for a Curved Bar in the out-of-doors were awarded to Sue Carroll-in pioneer, sports and conservation. Claire Ditchfield for conservation and , wild plants. Nancy Morrison for sports, pioneer and conservation. Patty Ste- of-doors. Five-year-pins were awarded to Kathy Crystle, Sandra Mason, Linda Murphy, Joann Reed and Joann Clark. Linda Murphy earned the conservation badge and Ruth Dunn the 'personal health badge toward the Curved Bar. Special thanks were extended to the' mothers and fathers who helped in troop activities for the past year. They were Mrs. Orrin Teens Sta^e TM Canteen Dance WESTBROOK PARK--The Saturday night dance at the Westbrook Park Canteen attracted 243 teenagers. The lop tunes and the current dance crazes were featur ed, with Mrs. Jean Blee, the can teen disc jockey spinning the 45's for the evening. Spot dance winners of the evening were: Phil Miller and Rose Prestianni, Sandy Mongiellp and Ronnie Cole, Linda Curts and John Brown, Pat George and Ronnie Dewees. Patrons for the evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Blanda, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacks, Mrs. Sally Ross, Mrs. Oliva Moore, Mrs. Thomas Paradiso, Mrs. Mil- SHARON HILL-- Sharon Todd, lie Paton, Spencer Marston, Jim 11, of 1445 S. Burton Lane, a little Conan, Al Byers and John Linder. blonde beauty, was selected ' queen to reign over the Rambler Bowl game Saturday afternoon at the high school athletic field. Sharon received the queen's 1 cloak from Patricia Clark, last year's monarch. Her atendants will be Maureen Coigne, 227 Foster Ave., and Patricia Reed, 73 Florence Ave., runners-up in the contest. Girl Scout's Fire" the' girls recited the Brownie Promise and received their pins. Members of this new troop are: Karen A t k i n s , Laurie Brown, Mary Claire Corse, Cathy Cramp, Peggy Croup, Dorothy Diggs, Linda Dunn, Rima Feuer, Lorinda Fries, Sally Goldstein, Pamela Hadley, Andre* Herman, L y n n Josephs, Terry Knight, Debby Maffei, Kim Miller, Megan Miller Marylyn Mudrickj Polly N e m i r Deborah Roddy, Linda Schalin Donna Shapero, Dorinda Scharff Terry Smith, Rochelle Sparkler, Abby Ward, Barbara White, Joy Wilcox, Kristine Wilkinson, Beth Williamson and Laura Winings. Mothers assisting the troop committee chairman Mrs. Melville Smith, are, Mrs. Theodore Hadey, cookie chairman; Mrs. Wiliam Atkins, telephone chairman, Mrs. Robert Williamson, refreshment chairman and Mrs. Barclay White, transportation chairman. Dialectic Clinic Plans Meeting RIDLEY PARK -^ The diabe clinic will meet Wednesday 2:15 p.m. in the all-purpose roo of the nurses' home of Taylor Hospital. Mrs. James T. Rooney will be in charge. DLLA.WAKK COUNTY (PA.) Tuesday. IXiCcniber t,_ DAILY TIMES 452 made final plans for a ChriiU mas party for scouts Dec. U. Next council meetk« wifl bt Jan, 11 at the home of M»- William Cosgrove, 8W 8th Ave. At that time the father and son banquet will be planned for February/ Times Classified Ads Pay--Adv Mrs; Samuel Conly, troop consult ant for Summit School, was spe- COAL STILL AT LOW PRICES IMMEDIATE DELIVERY NO EXTRA CARRY CHARGE Stove Nut 19.95 Pea ...18.50 'A-TON LOTS 10.95 OVER SO YEARS DOWNS COAL TR 6-6016 LE 2-7300 Children ar» «xp«n»iv», bul their arrival mak»« i» all th« trior* nece»ory to «av« for fu- tur» car* and education. Th* only way to lick thii U to SAVE HARDIER than «v»r at Ch«it«r Saving* Loan. CURRENT J| O / DIVIDEND ·§ /C CHESTER SAV1HGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 519 WELSH ST. CHECK V : YOUR GIFT LIST AND CHECK V WQLSON'S FOR PICTURES/ LAMPSV WALL PLAQUESV OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY NITES THIS WEEK. EVERY NITE EXCEPT SATURDAY NEXT TWO WEEKS. FURNITURE lome of National Brand* 823 EDO MONT AVE. ' Tftl-261! for pioneer and conserva- The following girl scouts'were vens tion Judges, who were in the difficult position of selecting three finalists from among 27 pretty young contestants, were James W. Cameron of Philadelphia, Mrs. Marv Russell, Collingdale, and Mrs? Mary Jane Acello, Glenold- Boop, -Mrs. William Stevens, Mrs. John Carroll, Mrs. William Morrison, Mrs. "William Crystle and William Morrison. en. Dominic Corvaia, coach;of the Ramblers' 85-pound squad .and vice president of the organization was chairman of the event Duane Douthart, local business man wss registrar. SHOPPERS WORLD 6TH AND PENN STS., CHESTER Will Be Closed ALL DAY TOMORROW AND THURSDAY 'TIL NOON ORDER TO MAKE PREPARATIONS FOR GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE! See tomorrow's Daily Times for complete details and closing out prices! CHESTER . PHONE TR 4-5116 *: · 76 4/5 QT. Code No. 271 Retail Price IN GIFT PACKAGE'AT NO* EXTRA COST GIVE THE BOURBON OF THE BOURBON ITES The popularity of Bellows Club Bourbon among those who know bourbon best reaches its peak during the holiday season. For this is the time when they have so many opportunities to share their Kentucky favorite with friends. It is a special holiday treat o£ satisfying flavor--gentle and light, so rewarding in taste. When you serve or give Bellows Club Bourbon -- you oiler the best. Bellows Club Bourbon Only the best is labelled Bellows ALLOWS COMPANY, LOUISVJLIE, KENTUCKY - KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY · 86 PROOF · DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS COMPANY