grandpa ronca

Atooch89 Member Photo

Clipped by Atooch89

grandpa ronca - i : P. In Sea a state, the with post-office...
i : P. In Sea a state, the with post-office post-office the a upon the was the about crime at occurred, been testimony defendant letters. his post-office post-office summed "It the door, been a the on claim, "not Promulgation NRA that News of Commuters In view of the lact that only a small percentage of the members commute on Saturday, the Jersey Coast club held its first annual Christmas party coming coming down last evening, and what a party it was. With their two special coaches appropriately decorated with red and green streamers and Christmas trees the members were all In the proper proper holiday mood. The first coach was temporarily remodeled as a buffet, where every member of the club could obtain a sandwich of any description together with a beverage to his taste. During the ceremonies President H. "Bert" Tolen, Wanamassa, and William E. Beattie, Wanamassa, the club's treas urer, were presented with silk umbrellas umbrellas as tokens of the club's appreciation of their untiring efforts towards the success of the new club. William Ronca. Deal, the club's secretary, was appropriately appropriately presented with a fountain pen. Several other members of the club were recipients of gifts of lesser value but of more significance. Alex Spencer, Brielle, received a 20 pound turkey sold on shares by the club. Ticket 26 twice 13 brought Spencer his Christmas dinner dinner in part at least. Ira Whyte, city passenger agent of New York, came down with the boys last night as he generally does and added to the prevailing holiday spirit wilh a donation of cigars. Whyte leaves today for his annual vacation In the South. A telegram of Christmas greetings was received by Joseph Hahn, Bradley Beach, for the club from the Seven o'clock club of Philadelphia. The Central railroad of New Jersey as its Christmas gift to the club placed a large glass enclosed panel in the first coach to hold a copy of the club's motto motto which is "Start and end the day with a smile." Immediately over the motto is a free hand sketch of a commuter with a broad, broad smile. The members of the club who were on hand last evening to enjoy the Christmas Christmas party included Leslie Drew, Har rison Stewart, E. A. Jones, T. D. Van Campen, Everett G. Henderson, Alvin C. True, N. Travers, Michael Travels, Asbury Park; Charles P. Todd, Harold Carpenter, Ocean Grove: Kenneth Smock, W. V. Drew, sr., W. V. Drew, jr., Joseph Hahn, jr., Joseph Hahn, sr., Tom Irwin, Bradley Beach; Frank Sutton, Sutton, George Frick. Lot Wanser, Neptune; Neptune; William McKinley, R. J. Pctcrkin, Avon; W. F. Nivison, F. S. Cowan, W. H. Gladding, Allenhurst; Francis As-tarita, As-tarita, As-tarita, Loch Arbour; E. J. Stiles, A. W. Dimes, Henry "Bert" Tolen, Burt Y. Tolen, William Ss. Beattie, Wanamassa; Arthur Zergiebel, James Miller, Inter-laken; Inter-laken; Inter-laken; William Ronca, Deal; Dwight E. Maher, Robert Miller, Henry Knothe, Charles Eager, A. G. Engelfried, E. D. Wooley, L. W. Cottrell, Howard Desmond, Desmond, Long Branch; George F. Louden, Belmar; John Garrabrant, Alex Spencer, Spencer, Phillip R. Shlngler, Brielle; Charles V. Skillman, Davis Vogel, West End; George Perry, J. W. Beebe, Elberon, and others. of on working the ar? brightly

Clipped from Asbury Park Press23 Dec 1933, SatPage 3

Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey)23 Dec 1933, SatPage 3
Atooch89 Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in