Newport Mercury from Newport, Rhode Island on November 19, 1937 · Page 3
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PAGE THREE j P. ROBINSON HEART ATTACK L n of Dental ProfeS' Lion in Newport Ltir-jr Of Rhode Island So «r ilfi-oruUon, for gin-in Puinani Robinson. a dental profession in [ r .j for more than a. r"a century registrar of ' t-'jml Society, Sons of !..jon, died last Thursday ,"·' his home on High In," W1 been at work I,,, ar.d his u " "en heart attack. jAyrJon was borA In Con- l ii the oldest and last ·· V,'i!d of Charles Edson · -.. u i whittemorc Robinson. I lineal descendant of 4b'n«on, one of thc origin- .^c'is from Ihe Indians of I n ' Rehoboth and one of of the Relioboth previous to 173U BENTIST DEAD death came to Social Circles GEORGE R. LAWTON DIED SUNDAY IN TIVERTON i Was Former Chairman of Re- publican State Committee Was Active In Political Urdus for Over 10 Years ami Was Mem- ber 01 Numerous Omanl/alloiis Mr.. Beverley Bogert to Hay.lAd.ta1 House Party at "Anglesea" Over Thanksgiving Mrs. Uever'.cy Bogeit, who left for New York Sunday, will -Ihe coining weekend with a parly to remain at A n g -- - over Thanksgiving. Mr. Bogert is returning from a Canadian visit. «i- and Mrs. William 11. Van- _ Mrs. Snyder Entertain War College Lccturei 1 DE LA SALLE WINS 14-6 OER SOUTH KINGSTOWN Academy Gets First Victory] of Current Season RECENT BEIDE The president of the Naval War '"« ' d Mr3 . char | C s P. Snyder a !unc heon last Friday for Com B Alexander B. Early U. S. '" an ° aluler of the naval units · TM Al . scnali Edge- lectured before the George K. Lawton, who was active In political circle* of Tiver- lon and Newport county, for 4U years, a former member of the Tiverton Town Council, a senator ami a representalive in the General Assembly from that town, and twice chairman of Ihe Republican - . . - - 1: -.' Sunday at lie was in Mr. and rs. . c i - e s . Among Ihc guests derbilt. who entertained today a t colic c c a s e professor ·Oakland l-'arm," will have a at 'he " nc TM n pj)- u asslstant large house parly there ovci Bruce _ c . n°l £ t at H ar- y. who lectured this Paintings Mrs. Walter S. Andrews and . Kutli Thomas, who were among ..... ... state committee, died his home in Tiverton. , the local artists opening l h e l r J F 0 V Viscountess D'Osmoy ' .J during National Art Week. | , been exhibiting their paint Swasey, George N. Buckout, Mrs. had been a patient at a tall Kim Ssr^S^jrrJS and the .Misses Lucy Mosc* Turner and hh*abc h n h v c bee.! e x h n g e ings at .he Vose Galleries in Boston ; where they have attracted much wncrc "«.jr ,......,,,,.-· ,, n lniin?s Jlrs " toM d'Osmoy was j h o i v r ecepUon for 200 last a r *sday afternoon by her sister, attention. li-chasc. of . Kthcl Cozzc-ns, huii-. Jr aiitnnw"- "-'--' -- include those of Betty Hooker, ford Norman, 3d., Joanna Mrs. Picrreponl E. Johnson. Mrs Nicholas Brown, at "Harbour rt" where both are remaining 1 'after Thanksgiving. Vlscoun- d'Osmoy arrived from her Nice, France, last week. Mrs. I'lcn-cpuiii Q. "«· -- ~- ·--- home in -MCI-. *.-·».-. ·-·- · French and Hilly Andrews Mis MtcnHng were late staying mm ' aits include those of ucn t5 and others Ray J.-.i. name, descendants Ipbinson of llehoiiotli, had l-i'inwi'lca. Thc old family , liehoboth was burned 519 and many Importana pcis' were consumed in n -embers of Dr. Robin- ily have lccn prominent His uncle Dr. James ii-'emore- was one of the »-itsthelists of this country I'-j--t physician and super- ..t( the Massachusetts ·"llo'-pital from 1870 until 1S80. His prandfather, P. and Nancy Browneil. THOMAS N. DALE DIES IN PITTSF1ELD, MASS. Former Newporter Was In Ninety-Second Year, Owned Gibbs Avenue Estate Thomas Nelson Dale, a former resident of Newport, died in 1'U.s- ficld Mass., Tuesday, after a lung illness He was in his ninety second . t l V B L A * « * M V * -- · 1 awlon and attended the public schools of Tiverlon and a piivate school in Fall River. He was engaged as a bookk :pcr for Joseph Church Company in Maine and later became a certified public accountant being employed by various linns in this stale, Massachusetts, New York and other slates. Mr. Law-ton was auditor for the renc Thomas' portraits include those o f , ros | ucn t5 and others Mrs Maud Howe KlHolt, Mrs. Groft , orcte stra played. 'ien li Luce, John \V. Thomp- M s . B ,. oml was assisted in '- 11 -" . . .* . f ..._ n l^V,ticlmi 1 . - i... or.fthrtr S-lstOI 1 . ,\jncricaii \Voolen about five years Company ago, and until White. i l l Captain I t u f u s C. Johnston, ', Hathaway Swift. Aii)"" S e lleins, Mrs. Alexander Niccoli, ., Mrs her White. ex ......... John H. Tower and Mra Charles . M. Thomas. . I^'whiltcmore, was a in Chester, N. H. auuiu ii%u jt"-- --0-, -Handled Ihe audits of lexlile plants in Kail Iliver, New Bedford, the Douglas Shoe Company and """" Mr. and Mrs. Kaymoml O'Brien of Larchmont, N. Y.', had a dinner at the Mucnchingcr-King Sunday to honor the of Uicir son, sevenieenth Havmomi Ivir'of other ancestors were , t jn the cause for Amer- among them i'f!iiMh Itobinson and his- !··« Robinson. Itlitea With Dr. UrucHett 1 Robinson in 'his boyhood V Boston, New York, Brooka short time In Hamilton, ·ar.ada. He was graduated , 1'cnnsylvanla College of "surgery in 1SSG. Upon lie went to Blumiiidale New York as resident .,, 15S7 he entered Jeffcr- |-"cal College but within a up the medical course to soiiatcd in the Dental ,,.jincd with Dr. Brackett [ in 1S9S established an year. . Mr. Dale was here wilii the united Slates Geological Survey for many years, lietwecu the years 1885 and 1000, and was the owner of the estate on Gibbs avenue, known as "Dalcsw/cll." He lived Ihcrc for several years ar.d lalcr lived on Sherman street. He was a member of the Natural History Society contributing many valuable papers to that society. He concerns. He served as a member J. anlar.1 :to:e ^-] i B. OK| of let i\ .ltd. H.PEW ; .. iiependejilly, opening [·· te Llltlcficld House which he purchased ,,, .ie carried on his pro- -"uti! his death. .!··, a member and former | : r. of the Rhode Island Dcn- l"«y a member and prcsi- V his death of the Newport f Society and a n-.ember of la England Dental Associa- l; the First District Society I State of New York, lias actively interested in the |: of New England acd of lit, icing a member of the f:l Historical Society, a form- of thc Society for the vi'.ion of New England i-.:es ar.d the New Hamp iistorical Society and life : of the Robinson Genealo- · ;x;ety uf which his father rssMcnt and gencalogisi for VLtlUtlUlC |J'n««-i»* »" ~ . . . . , was a student of Ihe lale Raphael Pumpelly.He was a member of the William College f a c u l t y fr-m 1WJ to 1001, and had been engaged as a consulting geologist in New York. A son. Ncison dark Dale, who was born in Newport while his parents were residents here, has been an inslruclor in geology at Brown University ana is now professor or geology at Hamilton College. JHERW-ATFTBiNZON , RETIRED NAVY_MAN, DEAD Chief Boatswain's Mate Was other of thc TivVrtem Town" Council and was at one lime its president, and served several years as a member ot the stale house of representatives and senate, serving in the latter body from 100S to lull. He was a member of the Republican slate central committee for 11 years, being a member of the executive committee, and ila chairman in 1010 and 1031. , . He was a member of Ihe slate returning board, retiring in 1022 and IK by another c Grcnville Merrill; hlcr-in-law Mrs. John NichBrown: Mrs. Harold Brown Miss Natalie Bayard Mernlt, who leccnlly returned from i-u- rope, Mrs. Livingston Hunt. Miss Emma O. Stone. Miss Am Varnum, Mile. Rer.ard. and Miss jrco Crowd at l-'recbody Park| See- Purple and Gold Kn-J League Vcar With \ \ i i i De La Salic Academy !ir«l football game of the season las'. Thursday w'.ien it beat South Kingstown eleven by a score of H-0 at Kreebody Park, -""« a lax'SC crowd. If south iiingsto-A-n's offense had been as good as its defense, the final score nught have told a fereni story. Things looked for Uc La Salle, ar "·" ' scored a touchdown ... -- -.quarter, but the Newpomrs played spectacular ball in the. last half. I scoring two touchdowns to win Winning the Kingstown chose -- .The wind. The kick went to the .20 yard line and was rceived and to Hie -10 yard line by Marti- DC La Salle A center rush to South K ngtto,vn's 48-yard line then scored a first down for De 1-a Sa ,l, After two g a i n ^ a h o m e K a m fumble was KOLAH GROTTO FASHION REVUE OPENS TUESDAY Living Models Display Fall and Winter Styles Booths Active Before and A f t e r Show at -Masonic Hall With Wide Variety of Mercliaudhc Augusta Mrs F.arlc, wife of Governor hinnujy u* m^" ··-·· Uevitt O'lirien, a student at moutn Priory. Others at that hotel for the weekend included Mr. ·mil Mrs Ctarlcs ToMn and Ihcir uauBhlcr, Miss Alice Tobin, of Alb i i y N V.. Cicoigc McCormack of New vork, Joseph li. Unincke E ^ t ^ K ^ r V f i ·° Mrs. 11. Rutherford^ Brown and c r. . and Sterling dcG. Foote of York. James A. Finn roads, from Prominent as Naval Atli- lete Years Ago Chief Boatswain's Mate Herman Fischer Benzon. U. S. N., retired, who hart been in poor health lor two and a half years, died at the Newport Hospital Tuesday. He was a native of Utica, -N. V. where he was born 50 years ago He had been in the navy since he was a young man anil retired U ye.;,-, ago as a chief boatswains male, lie had been a resident of Newport for 15 years. When a young man he was prominent in athletics, playing on the football teams of the U. S. b. Wyoming and other vesse s and later being a navy coach. He was of the stale board of public serving on tile latter body 1920 u n t i l thc reorganization of the slate departments in 1835. 1 At his death, he was a member of Tiverlon town committee and a member of the town's budget committee. Mr Ijiwlon was a member of Kinr ''""'I' L 0 ^ ot 1asons aml Ihe Royal Arch Chapter of I-all River and of Washington Com- mamlcry. Knights Templar, of this city and of Palestine Temple of the Mvs'tic Khrinc of Providence; and was a thirty-second degree Mason. He was also a member of the Quc- qucchan Club of Providence, the Rhode island chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution and 01 the American Association of Public Accountants of New York. of Mamaroneck. N . ' Y . . and Mr ami Mrs. George Valentine Smith of Ardmore, Pa. Stunt night attracted another luree gathering lo Ihe. roller skating ' p a r t y Mrs. Dan W. Jones held H Newport Beach Monday evening. Those competing were judged on Ihe basis ot applause. Mrs. Bran foul Nornnn presented a ciysla cigarette holder and ash trays lo Miss Read of thc naval colony, who won first piizc for young women Mrs Francis L. V. Hoppm prc Milled wooden book ends lo \\ ilnan King, winner for men. yorK, i^»rij. ^»i"^^ --· or daughter, Miss Agnos I; ,nn, o \nisley-on-Hudson. N- ^- = Amy L. Varnum. fumble was recovered by South Zgstown and it forged down the Peld to De La Salle's 40 yard line. W« Lessard South Kingston's mia'rlerback, then passed to Jim n-Hcarn who lateraied to "Buggy svkcs Coring South Kingstown s l uchdown The cxlra point failed. «outh Kinstown kicked off to the ·b-yanl line, Marlin received and ran lo the 30 before he was downed A f t e r a loss, a pass from Martin to Ma-ec gained four yards for De La SaUe Being penalized for ho.J- ing. t h e ' Academy punted to Ihe 50 yard line, and it was run to lie 3 °in Ihe next play, a fumble was recovered by Jack Sullivan of the Academy, on the 28-yard line A center rush by Martin gained five vards but thc home team was forced to punt to the 15 yard line, Mrs Lewis Pembroke Bvown. the former Miss Barbara Fiances Gary daughter of Commander Robert W. Gary, U. S. N.. whose marriage to the Hartford, Cor.n Reserve Army lieutenant look jilai-e in Berkeley Memorial Church. November 4. -- Photo by Aim Lammers. CURRENT TOPICS CLUB where her home has bee lo the German Embassy. leases ending first quarter. Svcoud quarter \CCUUlHil"«-^ UL I-.K.I f June S, 1S9D, he married Miss J U J i C ". JL\JUti t ··- Calisti Church, daughter of tlie late Captain Daniel T. Church of Tiverton who survives with a daughter. Mr« Wallace C. Hathaway; two grandchildren, David ar.d Robert H- Hathaway of Tiverton. and a nephew, Richard J. Barker. a membe, of the Fall River School onimiltee. A private NEWPORT YACHT CLUB ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Season Draw to Close But Several Plan to Keep Boats Afloat All Winter The sea.=on at the Newport Yacht Club Li drawing to a close as the Iwats arc being hauled out, and officers have tKcn chosen for ne.\l Only a few of the craft re- to strctcb out ROGERS DEBATE at at Several later eng a n . a member of St. John's Lodge and other Masonic bodies. ears Ajil .csl 1I«I s Chwcil .v. I E D the oldest member In of service of the Rhode t Society, Sons of the rtevolu- ji-.-i bad been for over a quar- f a century registrar of that I n'.ion. Llerfsttd In Xuniisinatics ) Sobinson was Interested iimaiics liaving a large col- ;-. cf coins and medals which j::C9?nizci! as one of the most l:'.e collections in this /icinity. |y a life member of the Amer- Ivmismatic Society and had liir many years curator of coins tiials 01 the Newport Hisiori- l-ciely, as well as n director of |:ceiy. i"g the World war, he svas a. |.-:r of thc Selective Service p (Dental) for Newport Coun- l : £:r.bei 6, 1SS9, Dr. Robinson J Miss Mary Mumford Swin- '.ds-jghtcr of the lale George Jtl Martha Mumford, Swin- · ',: ihw city, and November I'.l, they celebrated their lr-i:ftr, wedding anniversary,, laaves his wife and a daugh -· Avis Robinson, assistant l^jn or the Newport Historical l-c nas a large attendance at f~-?n\ Sunday afternoon at 1 IVAinson home on High · The Rev. Livingston H- : ras'-or of the Second ! '. Church, officiated at the '- '' prayers and Scripture I"-'".', which was conc.udei i-yson's "Crossing the i-'.'i thc "Now thc Laborer's .'O'er." Thc flowers, whicl '·'·'- icom. were sent by many _-!'2!s ,ir,d by practically all I' : 2i-.i7.\tions with which Dr. '"·· cr his family was affili- ^ t i e r.o honorary hearers. -·! was in the Robinson plot . ^.rA cen;etcr'- I-"'? !r.cue present were mosl I'-! ~.=--!Kts of the New-port I- -c:-:ly, of which Dr. Robin "=- i-:.sijcnt; members of the ; I-:ir..i branch of the Sons o '·'······:-.:tion; Miss Edith M '···tritiiu of tbe Ncwpor · '"VI Society; Mrs. Willian I -: . Krai-.k P. King, thc Missc ·-···- Mis. Joseph Hookc i P. Sheffield, Mrs. Wi " i S er . He leaves his wife. Mrs Julia H Benzon. a brother. Chief Boatswains Male A. . Benzon. U. S swains ^IIHC **·· ' - , , c+ N. retired, who is enroule to fit Augustine. Fla.. and a sister Mr, Joseph N. Stanley_of_Ui|s city. MISS SARAH BUSS DIES IN EIGHTY-FIFTH YEAR Was Member of Channin Church, Unity Club and Ladies' Alliance Misq Sarah Ellen Bliss die Monday at Hie home of her niece, Mrs. George R. Chase, o. D rcs Gate. . She was in her cighlj-fifth yC Mi55 Bliss was a daughter of the late Josiah Saundcrs Bliss and Ellen Tcnnant Bliss and had been ,.* mam- years a n-.cmbcr of ^"^' ·· Scrnorial Church, a charter member of the Unity Club, n member of th. Sidles' Sewing Society Alliance an funera 1 sen-ice was ondiicted at his home on Lawton venue Wednesday afternoon. In- crmcnt will be in the 1-snml ceme- cry in this city. GEOR6E~iTBROWN DIES yea main in the water Hie season. Officers t-clccted at the November meeting were Cyril Barler, commodore; Arthur Ucnham, vice commcxlore; Arnold Schneider, icar commouoic; Vcnccslaus Vani- cck Ireasurer, and Jamra t. Kelly, secretary . William Ochne. was chairman of the regalia .^:,,,,,,.lce, with iwwcr to choose his own assistants iu planning the ;umual event next summer .one of vacliting features ot Nanagan- l.selt" bay Other committees will be LITTLE COMPTON Oldest Citizen" in Town Was I anna in His Ninety-Second Year George H. Brown, oldesi cili^n [ Little Compton, dicil Ti L ! _ U n n n n nil KVO ^t T O a d . Itt that repairs Viking, y" Kelly, and thc ! mil painting, jwncd by T. ·ma owned by Kfiy i^-^ J| i «v"" i-" 1 - "'""i " * Ilairv Kehy. have laken over mour- · mz t m the inner harbor reccnl.y delcrlcd by Ihe Reynard Sc-a Dog ami Vandalia. George Simpsjna Turtle has been slorcd at Ihc -New- ON SCHOOL HOURS Freshmen- Oppose Lengthening Sessions and Elimination of Home Study Bmmelt C. Phclan. faculty ad viscr of the Freshman debaters Rogers High School, presided the first debate Tuesday. Se% new members were present to Ixxist the membership to its high- cs' point in the history of the organization. The students nrgucd on the subject. "Resolved, That the School Day Should Be Lengthened by an Hour and That All Home Slurty Should B D Eliminated." The negative side, made »P of Hetty Bexter, Helen Nelson, Rita Reiley ar.d Walter Sutler, rebuttai- isl w-as awarded thc unanimous decision Jack James, Wiliiam Shep- lev and Edward Oakley on the rebuttal argued for the affirmative. The judges were Mary Elaine Mescrve, Dorothy Nelson and William Moore. Mr Phelan named two teams lor :k. They will argue on the To open ihe second quarter exchange of punts left * '· !^rfrL=r~ (hen -aincd 15 yards for a firs, down Another pass from l-esoaru in Svnes gained eight yards, but, .nab e to gain, the v i s i t o r s . l o s t the ball on downs. Dc^aJSalle, HEARS OF P I C T O R I A L ART Mrs. Harold T. LOV.-C Describes Use of Educational Pictures iu Schools The subject of the monthly'. in* of ihe Current Topics Clur, \\Vdneiday afternoon in this season's course on "The World Through Pictures" was "Piciorial An. in Education," wi'.h Ihe topic presented by Mrs. Harold T- Lowe. "Thc good icacher lias always used picture?,' said Mrs. Lowe, "since the eye approach to knowledge is more effective than tlje ear approach." Commercial companies went into the business of producing pictures and since then education has progressed through hanging pictures in the schools, through s'.cr.-- Masonic Hall, arranged with booths slocking a wide variety of merchandise set up around its borders attracted a large crowd to Koiah Grotto's Kashion P.evue at its opening Tuesday evening. Considerable interest was evidenced in the clock contest which will conclude Saturday evening. A fashion revue featured living moJOs displaying fall and winter gaimcnts and accessories irom the stage and a runway, that extended down t-he centre of the hall. Music and spotlights added to the sc'.ting. Before and after the show, the booths were very active. An adjunct was a lap card party in one of the upper floor rooms. Past Monarch Raymond Armstrong is general chairman of the Vazaar. assisted by Monarch Otto Johan=on Donald E. Spears, James 1' Cozzons. Herbert Tullte, William Thompson. Richard Walcott, Kred Whitiings:ow. Dana Cooley, Sedclie E. \Vil!iams, Janus Luth, Walter Dennis. George Vaughan, Iln-old Burdick, Crocker Titun, Lewis Your.g. C. Roberts, John Sc-Tis:, R. S. Anderson, Arthur Potu-rT' Herman Rhodes, Robert M'Sk--- Frank Rugglcs, Frank S. Hale Joseph HeywooJ, William Wc-stall. Archie Ally, William Norton, Edward Kaull, Henry Peterson and James Dye. M.'S P.eba Peterson was chairman' of the women's committee man 01 i - ii: ,»u.,.^,,^ -- vhich included Mrs. Augusta Me Alpine. Mrs. Edith Whittingstow Mrs Florence Dennis, Mrs. Ethel L-oth Mrs Adelaide Ycaton. Mrs. Ftta' Hcvwood. Mrs. Lillian Stephen Mrs. Esther Spellman. Mrs. 01»a Petc-=en. Mrs. Pearl Roberts and' Mrs. Flora May Roberts. WESTPORT MAN CHARGED opticon , . reflector-scope;, h e t o " on o w . ter an incomplete pass, gamed 23 yards in a spread play by M a l l n. a fumble was recovered by the hen crcmv on its own \ yard Llknap gained five yards fte then moving pictures and talking pictures, she said. Inexpensive illustrated books were passed among the members and a discussion of the subject followed. Mrs. Raiph F. Baker, pres:;l«i!, presided a'- the business meeting. Mrs. Alfred L. Carry, hospitality chairman, urged a large attendance of members and friends at ·hen, in 'Famous Madonna." Illus tiClKHlt J 5"i"*v. - - - - . ,«-.,,,. -, fumbled but recovered. Afte. a ,oss, Lessard gained to th! atl jard line then they punted to the DC La S t C a M rass from Martin. Miller ran to the 50 yard line. The next pas., was intercepted by Stewart of South Kingstown on his own ia- A f t e r some s^all gains in n l a i - r a i ie Decembtr meeting whc Id'tion to Ihc lecUire on "F Paintings of Ihe Madonna.' trated by lantern slides, by Mi-Caroline "E. Nutter, there will be a silver lea in the interest of the Pembroke scholarship fund. Tea was poured by Mr=. John H. Scannevin ar.d frs. Floyd E. Baker. nnd an end run, the Soulh County nntl au trm' i"", -~~ o n - .n c ,cven punted to De La Sa le s 40 vard line, ending the first Half, with the score G-0 in the c w m y s favor. POWEL AUXILIARY OFFICERS INSTALLED Mrs. Gertrude Slocum Begins ,, ___ ...... -- Administration as President; Martin received the kickoff on D e p a r t m e n t Officers A t t e n d Hit- 30- van! line and ran to the 35, before "being downed. M a r t i n then Second Half nest scored two successive first downs by a center rush to the =0 yard line, and a 10 yard cna nm. Tlun Dive Miller ran around left end for is'vards lo the 22 yard line. Marlin Van to the 17. Mill" loathe 14, Martin to lb , *·'"-·· nine for a first Forced back nc^t \M.t/v. ...^j --a ^ I nown men 10 uiu i i v t . * ^,.-topic "Resolved, That the Study °'-\*TM% ni ., c yard i inc . Martin made Latin is Desirable." Leah Louison, I I 0 lne n -- Barbara Martin, Bennett Supple nnd Ruth Barclay will argue f o r ....was the son ot me a. plncy Brown ar.d Octal-all Brown, and was born onvpton, where he alwayi li» wife, L'.icy Tucker, diet cr of yearsr.go. He leaves a sister. Mrs. Phillips; a son. Krai u f Liltte Compton; 01 laughter, Mrs. John G vo great-grandchildren^ MKS. ANTHON had been for many years a -teacher ' " ' - T I i c o U o r . H his city; three nieces and iwa'w aiid I-'rank Daw[ C-aic. The club's IC-footers 1 In the water, too. I are' leaving their boats in lale this Augusta ve ;ir. lo take advantage of the fall fishing season. The sk.pper.s the Sally B, Trisic ar.d Pointer I are looking over their moorings prc- | paralory lo a winter afioat. MARGARET PARRISH the affirmative, with Alice Coggeshall Frances f-Tar.nery. Bernard NemUow and Michael Murphy lo oppose them. MRS. JO~SEPH FERRIS DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS Had Been Resident Of Newport 10 Years; Attended Emmanuel Church Mrs Mice Ferris, wife of Joseph Fe'rris, died Wednesday at the Newport Hospital after a long il.- ""Irs. Ferris, who was bom in Bos. a run but was forced outside on liic or.e v.iru lir.c am! tne i - u i p , nnd Uold" loft the ball on downs Belknan of South Kingstown ran to the seven yard line, but the learn was penalized five yards for holding. Recovering a fumble on the five yard Ime the visitors punted to tie 50. Martin received and ran to the 30 yard line before being " u K Officers of thc Womerf^ Auxiliary lo John Hare Powel Camp, So^s of Ur.ion Veterans of the Civil war, were installed lest Thursday in Odd Fellows Temple by ML«s Florence Mason, department installing officer. Mrs. Gertrude Potter succeeded -Mrs. Gertrude Sloclim as president. These officers were Listened. Gertrude Slo- President--Mrs. cum Vice President--Mrs Laura lO'.-.l- erlur.d downed. A center rush by Leonard brought De La Salle to th ·0 vard line. In another center rush. LeonarJ gained four yards, then Marlin made a first down on the home team's 11 yard line, ending third quarter. :\st Period Funeral services for Asscnla | Cappuccilli, wife of Anthony Cap- ami n=an Chase MUS. .JOHN We and Tract Socioiv. hovah's witnesses of iltOLl. Till- l . . - c i l . : ' ' _ _ - i - nr.Snor :in-l M '· c K\\M Herman -imcslown and .inson and Mr. Xizil/i_o THOMAS :· WAUI) Mrs John Funda. who was form ; ,',;« \|arj- I- Conncll of thi .. M dW Tuesday in Casper i-vnminc. She leaves her hnsl d C Xsday morning at \Hr\-s Church. Caf[.:r. «". h Rev Father O'Reilly olficiating. MKS. c»AiaES~vvAii't wivr. Han-b BURIED MONDAY Daughter of Mrs. Mary Parrish of Washington Street Had Been 111 for Some Time Fuaeial services for Miss Mar- I cait-t Shtcvc Parrish. who dici Frirtay at her home, % Washing- Ion street. was held ai 11 o'ciock Monday morning. Mis* P.irrish. who has lccn il! for some- ton about , 20 years ,,. 10 ton auuut - u j -- ^ - been a resident of .Newport for year*, her home being at 10 Gratton street. She was an attendant of Kmn-.anuel Church. i . Survivini; are her husband, who i a timekeeper; five brothers Lewis j Pcrrv and James Perry of crly Hills. Cal.. John A. Perry ' time, was a ir.cmcer of I k n o w n Philadelphia family hccn a communicant ot well and St. env ini'. v..i... «.-.·· -- · Faclorvvillc, Pcnn.. Alphone Perr this'cily and John Perry of \ .1 V F«lLs and three sisters. Mi. ez McDonald of Beverly Fam ass., Mrs. Doris Bilodeau c pringficld. Mass., and Mrs. of this city. The funeral of W s Ward, wife of the la.e Ward, was hclJ a ' h ^. . .-'.'n.^irt i- .MI» r.i^..i . Fimcral Home to "'· _ _ n r £ ; »:. ChiVlcs'w. Stewart, Miss Church Tuesday wnv.c » ;·--- ? M. Stewart. A. O'D. Tay- of rcqmem wa^ ^^'\.^. m . :·'·'·-'-: B. Wowi. HaroM I 1 . l«v. - · - - |. RC ·· Mr... Frank L. Powell. M«s P-'stor. Ii-.lernui.. «»" ijl - rowell, Miss Antoinctle S.' Friends' ccmctcrj. I (JY · *-V niiJinn -and John Sane. Interment Ihc cemetery. .JOHN T. cr.EExr, nv..\i John T. Greene, a violinist, who formerly lived in this city, died .·iirirsr the r»st week i.i H w i t h e son of .he b-.e John and Mary Greene. He leaves hi ivife ^nd' Ihrcc fr.n.«. a sisu-r. Mra Wi'iim F. Kellv. anj two brother. mn?l A Orc^e c-f Ihis city as. Francis A. Greece of New York. arlis 1 .: arid Vanish. tar.tor of philidrtphia: jml a lor. Miss Mary E- P.irri-'h. TANKEK STFAVARH Vur.eral services for Chief Stcwa Itoniamin Mainel of Tanker Olymp were held Satiinl.y by lh a Ko Hnv Mapoiin. juit-i in...... Kcanu-n-s Chur,-h Tnstiluir-. Inter was in the Institute's plot 1 ihe Island cemetery- MARY VEACH NAMED EMRROKE CLUB OFFICE Newporter Elected Vice Pre irtcnt of Musical Organ ization nt College At recent elections held at I broke College in "rown Univcrsi Miss Mary Veach, daughter o, i n l Mr« 'William VcacSi. 12» S onil street, a Junior at Pcmbro was elected \ice president Mns ; ca| Clubs. This organization comprised of the choir, Glee C nr.d the Urowni-IVmbrokc orch tra. She Is a graduate of Hog ish School. Miss Vc.irh been afii.u i n l w i t h Ciuhs for three ye ar.d lav. year se-T"l " sccrcUO' Treasurer--Mrs. Mabel Hatmakcr Secretary--Mrs. Eita T. Scoviiie Chaplain--Mrs. Mary E. Tocr.-.ey Guide--Mrs. Liliian Morse Assistant Guide--Mis. Catherine T Dawlcy Color "Bearer.---Mrs. Gertn:de Poller ar.d Mr.'. Frances Williams Guard--Mrs. Grace \Vation Councillor--\Valter E. Morse Trustees--Mrs. Genrude Potter - · · - ' -' rices Williams. Mrs. Etta ScovilX f -..~. WITH THEFT OF HENS Pleads Not Guilty to Three Counts of Breaking, Entering Poultry Enclosures Frank Przyhyla, 10, of Macomber li-e Wes'.poit, Mass., was ar- rai.-Tied \Veiir.esday before Judge Pobcrt M. Fra.-.khn In district court on three counts charging breaking ard entering poultry enclosures in the night time and stealing hens, a"d one count charging breaking ar'd entering a poultry enclosure ia t!-e ni«h: time. .To each charge, P-zvbyla pleaded not guilty and was committed In default of a total bail OL 54.000. The cases were continued lo November IS). =tate Police arraigned Przydyia, alle»in» tbat he stole 20 hens from Frederick R! Browneil. 15 from Mary Almieda and U from \\ arren Corv. all of Tiverlon, Ibe hens being valued at Si npicce. a total of I 9 . Thev charsed that Przybyla was al- temp'.ing To rob Cory's enclosure another time when he was scared aK .\ccor,!ing to authorities. there have been many raid- on ten roosts m the vicinity of these thefts, and they nave beer, keeping close watch. The result was that Przybyla waa aporeher.ded and brought in for arrr-'gn-.ent. It was reported to- dav that several juveniles also suspected of stealing chickens may be | brought More the court later in the week. e t Vt the -am" session of coart, Johr M Schaffer, 20. of Whitwell aven-'c pleaded not guilty lo a char-i r: speeding, also preferre.1 b'v the State Police. He was released in 5300 bail, provided b leased in , Charles F. W. Schaefer. aUo of . ________ whitwell avenue ml o open the fo-.irlh quarter. Dave !cr ran to thc seven yard line, the Academy was forced bacK yards in the next piay. Nung over tlic goal lir - c ' Bo ^ b ' ilh received a piss from Martin ring De La Sallc's first touch vn. Martin n-.adc U:e extra pom an en.l run. . The kick-off was received b Iknap of South Kingstown o n t h t vard lino, fumbled but recovered a'in on the 19 yard line. Then Ison of De La Salic recovered a ·r.ble on his own =5 yard line end r u n by Martin brough Academy to th c eight yar ic for a first down. Then Lcor- d ran to the three yard line center nifh, but was penalize or iilcgal lue of the ha.-.ds. In prcad " play. Martin ran aroun ft er.d for a .a.le the cxtrn poir.t i^ » " nl "in thc e'.osir.g minutes o! t ^-.c ln ^ bnll switch?,! hin tt-icc ao«l Wf' 1 "J 1 wil - Eou iir.gftown in possession- Ca illi Ir.terecptcd 0 A p.'f.= Monahan cair.ed So-.ith Kingstown. The summary: De La'.e .ih-ibWe. It. C.ippi;ciili. Ig. J.imcs McCarthy, c. Crowley. rg. Magcc. rl. Jco McCarthy, rt. p.ifs and wr.i [.ess.»r. 15 yard.' South Kings to- !-., O'llea U., N lg . Wha c.. Pol rp. We Ki r t . McC ,rc., Eykes r.:o::S the visitors were Mrs rv Oakley, departtr.ral president s^ Macomber. assisting instaUm icer; Mrs. Grace Uo!herh.i~., r- otic iastnictor, ar.d Ctap'.ain Ma mber. of the Sons of Ur.ion \ etcr s of the Civil War. Gifts were presented to the m- llling officer and the department csider.t. Refrcshnien-.s were rved d u r i n g a Svicial ^o;:r. _____ _ F. Sullivan, q'o. irtin, Ihb. la.' 3 , rhb. ard. fb. Score by period .. Ihb.. Monahan riib.. lielknap f 1 ).. Recklins DC La Sa'ie outh Kins 1 2 Total I H--14 0- b COLONEL BAXTER NAMED TO COMMAND AT FORT Assigned by War Department to Take Over Duties at Local Post Soon Colonel Jerc Baxter. U . S . A.. was iod.iv D-vcgaed by the War Derailment" to take over command of l-o-t \da,T,=. according to a special , c =Mtch to the Daily News from C.arencc I.:nz, its Washington cor- poadc-r.t. t . Co'or.e; Brvslcr, an mfanlry offi- r whose urgent assignment is at admiarters of the Second Corps rca at Governor's Is.acd, N . ) . , recupeMtlns from illness at \\al- r Reed Hospital and will make c irai.sfer from that point at me dale :;ot yet set. Lieutenant Colonel Paul Herman, A has teen commanding oil A,la'ir.s since Colonel Eugene inuchi. U. E. A., was transferred ruiv. command of thc po?t- cr rir-. "dowri-Df lA Salle--S m ,th KincJlown-B.; louch-iowns- , 3 p a i-.f_S:r.i-.h. Martin: Soulh p^v'-^ C L, ^Martin ; vu:-.t-.i;ior.: De I..i Salic--Mi '(\-r Dous'.as. Corey for J. F .van. Cor'r for Jc-c McCarlhj Wilson for McCarthy. Be uti for Crowlcy. and Schubb fo Co:r. South Kir.cs'.own-Slewarl f Vrts'.cr an-j Kcmer:cbcr for Mon han. :-ei.i!s: P.cfenv--G. Thorn umpire L. MeAllra. fieW_. -C. Kcliy and lir.^ a..rt ·J'our tcn-ntinute penoas GIRL SCOUT FUND APPEAL PASSES HALF-WAY MARK Campaign Chairman Feels That Response is Gratifying Towards $600 Goal to the Girl Scout funl of Newport County havo reicK\l approximately S350 or about half of the local objective. Mr= Thomas MacKnighl, campaign chairman, reports that the response to the appeals issued recently, has b.-eu gratifying. No closing date h.\s been set for the drive because Ihe council ii-cls l!i«l every cffor. ! s-houlil IK made to reach the goal of .5«W.

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