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thomas Armstrong - RIDLEY PARK A large number of members a'.'d...
RIDLEY PARK A large number of members a'.'d friends of the Ridley Park Presbyterian Church were in attendance at th* splendid organ recital glvfn last evening by Mrs. Frances D. r Keyts. who was so ably assisted by Phil Hippie. There wore eight delightful numbers on the program and the solos of Mr. Hippie were most enjoyable. At the close of the program, a social hour •was enjoyed. Ground was broken this week for the erection of a fine dwelling on East HInckley avenue, by Kllwood J. Turner, the well known townsman. The structure will be modern in every particular and will, It is believed be a. distinct contribution to borough architecture. / Tnsurahce officials having satisfactorily adjusted the claims of Dr. II. F. Taylor, whose homo was badly damaged by fire almost a fortnight'ago. Dr. Taylor has begun .the task of. repairing the extensive'flro"da!mQge to the structure. Many olllcials ,of Home and School Associations throughout this county uro expected to be In-attendance al a ^meeting of the Executive Commutes of the Delaware County I^eaguo of Home lintl School Associations, which will be held this evening in the Hid- loy Park.-PubHc'school. At this meet- Ing It is expected that the work for the year -will •>. be mapped out. : A meeting will be held this afternoon at the hbnie of -Mrs. Frank B. MaKbY.,'of 19 Dutton''street, to discuss details In ^connection with .some, proposed Red'Cross work In the borough. The meeting has been' called .for.."•! o'clock and, all residents or the' borough who are interested In Red Cross Work are Invited to attend. Heard In; Passing The LTsnefa' Association of the Presbyterian Church will, hold a meeting this.evening in the social room of the church. : The Ridley Park Terrace is fast becoming one of the borough's most beautiful spots. The Terrace IB being attractively sodded and the macad- izlng of Swarthmore'avenue, which' la proceeding rapidly, also contributes to the improvement. Thomas Armstrong and Henry Greenwood were local veterans of 'Wilde Post, who attended the. Post's tamp fire In Chester Tuesday even- Ing. . - •..-.Druggist B. S. Pltzor wap among the out of town visitors yesterday. PROSPECT PARK

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  1. Delaware County Daily Times,
  2. 21 Oct 1915, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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