The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey on February 19, 1913 · Page 9
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PLAINFIELD COURIER-NEWS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 19, 1013 PAGE 9 SUBURBAN NEWS (Continued from Page Two.) WHITEHOUSE The wedding of Miss Zetta Florence Rinehart, formerly of New Ger-mantown, and Charles S. Dandois, of galladasburg, Pa., will be celebrated Tt Wednesday afternoon at the HIGH BRIDGE Under the auspices of the High School Athletic Association a social dance will be held in Rialto hall on Easter Monday night, March 24. Music for the occasion will be furnished by Bergner's orchestra from Clinton. A good time is promised all who attend. Miss Ada Ilildebrant, the trained nurse, is caring for her uncle, Heze- kiah Apgar, who has been In a critical condition, the result of injuries home of the bride at 114 North Third sustained af the steel plant while at .00t Easton. fa. Alter: an extend- ''"""fe Pi honeymoon trip the couple will sail from San Francisco on March 15 for Manila, P. I., where Mr. Dandois, who is clvu engineer, goes 10 resume his work for the United States Government. He has had leave of absence ior sevenu moams. The prayer meeting of the Reform ed church at Whitehouse Station will ! friends jjebeld at tne nome oi ;ur.i ana ;urs. j Rankle Alpaugh this evening. At tie services on Sunday morning at 10 30 o'clock the children's choir will Blng under the direction of the Misses Lydia Allen and Bertha W. Large. A meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of the church will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 i . ViM-i-m rf Mrs A 11 Rtii a O CIOCJL at o q rjuriing at Whitehouse Station. The funeral of William Lunger, eighty-eight years old, was held yesterday afternoon at his home at Pot-tersville. Rev. Adrian Westveer, pastor of the Reformed church, officiated, and the burial was in the Rural' Hill cemetery in East White-house. Mr. Lunger died of old age. He leaves a widow and several children. Russell Rinehart, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Rinehart, of Lebanon, will graduate from the State Normal school in Trenton next spring. He is at present practicing teaching in the schools in Somerville. Next fall he expects to go to the Philippines to take a position as teacher in one 01 tne uoveriiLuem bcuimjih. The prayer meeting of the Reformed church at Pottersville will be held this evening at the home of David Sowers. The Christian Endeavor Society will hold a sociable in the parsonage on Friday evening in honor of tie birthday of George Washington. N The initiatory team from Glen Gardner visited Whitehouse Station last night and initiated a class of members in Washington Camp of that place. Mrs. Elizabeth Dorland was tendered a surprise party at her home on Church street last week. A good time was had by all the guests playing games and with music. Refreshments in abundance were served. ANNANDALE Miss Stella Cramer, of this place, has been engaged by the Board of Education of Clinton township as teacher of the Cokesbu rv nn hi if. WOOD BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Walter Auten, of Prospect avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Valentine, of Green street, 1 i , - - WL,KJLJ Vii t 11 1U IU Will. Bcuooi. ana oegan Her duties there Comfort and various other points of: r ?S" .Cramer 18 a """j interest in the South. mer teacher of that school, and succeeds Miss Emma H. Alpaugh of Mrs. Hampton Ellis, of Totten- j German Valley, who has been coh -! vIlle ls at tne borne of ner daugft- j pelled to relinquish her duties as a ; ter- Mrs- Frank Valentine. j teacher owing to Inability to .sue- Mrs. James Hutchinson enter-! cessfully pass the required examiaa- j tained the Library Bridge Club this tion at the last county teachers in- i afternoon at her home. i stitute. I i Dr. B. W. Hoagland is spending a ' The ice harvest is on in earnest, few days with friends in New York six and seven-inch Ice being taken ; State. from Silver Lake by workmen audi . , . America's Greatest Furniture House 1 L ndWm 59-Sl ArARKfiT ST. CLOSED SATURDAY. WASrtlSOTON'S BIRTHDAY Aew York store Block 8th Avnite35th to 36th Stretts Dollar For a Complete Room Outfit Pay one dollar, select anything yon need to furnish a room completely, and we will deliver the goods promptly to your home and YOl' CAN PAY THE BALANCE IN SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS. No Club Fees-No Red Tape-No Strings to This Offer. No Extra Charges of Any Kind. pSMGUTf IT 1 WE GIVE "S. & H." STAMPS 1 With All Purchase and Payments John S. Wyckoff, of Annandale, was the guest on Monday of various in the borough. For the past thirty-live years he has been a regular caller at the Alpaugh drug store. Mrs. Milton Biedelman has gone to Easton, where she will spend several weeks as the guest of her sister and recover from the effects of the recent operation she underwent. Miss Josephine Home, of Los Angeles, Cal., is the guest for a few weeks of former Assemblyman and Mrs. George H. Cramer at the Amer-can House. Mrs. George Abel, who recently had a number of her fingers injured in a circular saw, is about recovered. The wounded hand has almost fully healed. I Albert Serrell, of New York City, was the guest over Sunday of relatives at the American House in the borough. Miss Irene Ladlie, of New York City, was the guest over Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Ladlie. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Apgar have returned home from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Apgar in Annan-dale. Howard Sharp, of Easton, Pa., is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sharp, at Annan-dale. - John Miller, of Thomas street, has been suffering from a severe attack of grip and complications. Peter Bunn is severely ill with an attack of rheumatism at his home at Bunnvale. Mr. and Mrs. William Jones, of New Germantown, arrived home to day from a visit in Bound Brook. Charles Ludlow, of Peapack, who has been very ill for some time with itomach trouble, is improved. George W. Shampanore, of White- house Station, returned yesterday from a visit In Flemington. . . , , X. T T 1 1 1 airs, aivau truuee, ui iiujjbwbii, is bating her father, John W. Hall at Ce&reville, for a fev days. Mrs, Joseph Pickell, of Peapack, is spending two weeks with different relatires at Potterville. Ivan Hill, of Plainfield, is visiting his nncle, Theodore Hill, at Gladstone, for a few days. Miss Edith Hockenbury, of Centre-Tille, has gone to North Branch, There she will visit. Charles Perry, who has been very III at his home at Peapack, is improving steadily. Mrs. Ira Hart ls visiting her aunt, Mrs. David Housel, at Centreville, this week. stored In the large ice house at the creamery. Several other local people having ice houses are gathering their supply from the lake, also. Mrs. ; a few days ! Park. with friends in Asbury One of the near future weddings is expetced to be the marriage of Miss Lulu Haynes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Haynes, of near town, and Dr. C. G. Boyer, the local physician, whose engagement was recently announced. HUNTERDON COUNTY Our barber. Jay The funeral of Leo Mullin, six years old, son of Mr. and Airs. Michael Mullin, of Glen Gardner, was held yesterday in St. Ann's j Catholic church in Hampton. Frey, who now l Mrs rtehprrn Rnwihv wh haa resides on Center street, has rented ; been serlously ill at the home of a portion of the house on West her daughter Mrs. Charles Muth, in street, now owned 'and occupied by Cementon, Pa., has returned to her Creameryman Philip S. DuBois and ,home in Glen Gardner-wilj take possession in the near fu- j ture. The funeral of John Eldridge, 'seventy years old, was held today According to report George Ma.x-:at his late home In Hampton. Mr. well, who now resides on a farm Eldridge leaves a widow and several near High Bridge -belonging to cHyona. parties, will retire from farming In i - . . . n the spring and become a resident of I en GardTr' this nlace j spent Sunday at tho home of his P j son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Miss Belle Apgar, of Easton, is; Mrs. Henry Cook, in Elizabeth, making a stay of several days ia j After spending some time in mis piace as me gueau ui uer bis- ) Newark and Ridstewood. Misa ter, airs, vera uramer. Thompson has Leroy McPherson, qf Everything in our mammoth stock at savings of 25 to 50. Millions of satisfied customers will Come into our store, get our prices and convince you rself by comparison that OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST ih9-,nn . nome in Hampton. returned Loia to ner I GERMAN VALLEY BASKING RIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Childs and the latter'6 sisters, Misses Ha'-tie and Florence Childs, were recent guests of their brother, Luther , Btreet CheBter v-uuub, ac me uneisea, ew iorK. Mrs. James Culberson and her two children of Stockton, N. J., are visiting Mrs. Culberson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ferry. Mrs. Samuel Voorhees has return-4 from a vi3it to her son, Rev. Cscar M. Voorhees, of New York Harold Bockoven, of New York, who spent several days at the nome of his mother, has returned. Miss Margaret Anderson has returned from a visit to Miss Anna McMurtry, of Somerville. i Miss May Stevens, of Morristown, & a guest of JJiss Maggie McMurtry. Miss Elizabeth Keller, of Whip-pany, and Miss Edna M. Keller, of Monroe, were week-end visitors to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Keller, of Chester. The Willing Workers Society of the Chester Congregational church held a meeting this afternoon at ike 'home of Mrs. Daniel H. S. Kellen- ger. Tomorrow night the prayer meeting of the Chester Congregational church will be held at the home o? Mr. and Mrs. William M. Savage. Mr. and Mrs. Alvah H. Van Fie it, of Chester, are entertaining for a week, the former's mother, Mrs. H. A. Van Fleet, of Annandale. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Evans, of Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. J. William Abel, in Chester. Pierson M. Chamberlain and family, of Netcong, were Sunday visitors to Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Yawger, In Chester. Miss Lena S. Down, I3 recovering slowly from the grip. Miss Down is a teacher In the Montville Public school. Frederick .Meredith has accepted a position in Dover for the remainder of the winter. Philip Hoffman, of Milldale, has leased the Alpaugh house, in Orange spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of his friend, John C. Sutton, near this place. Joseph Apgar, who is employed as a machinist in the steel plant at High Bridge, is confined to his home i rill of Belvidere, spent the week- here by illness. Miss Edith Reed, of near Kin-goes, is spending some time here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Cramer. Miss Flora Bodine, of Newark, has been visiting at Hamilton Wel-ler's for some days. J. C. Sutton, living near town, made a business visit to Elizabeth on Monday. George C. Meyers, wife and sjr., Carlton, spent Monday of this week in Easton. Samuel Martenis has returned to his home in Somerville after a visit here. 4 R. E. Rowland is reported to ba quite ill at his home. RAHWAY George R. Geddea, of Chester, 13 confined to his home by sickness. SPRINGFIELD Ground has been broken for a new dwelling to be erected In Morris avenue, west of Main street, for William Flemer. Inc. The house, which, it is expected will be ready for occupancy by June 1, is to cost about $4,000. Following the business meeting of the Epworth League of the Methodist church tonight, the society will hold a sociable. Announcement has been made of the marriage Saturday night of Mios Ada Urmston, daughter of Frank Urmston, to William Dietz, at ilie parsonage of the Third Presbyterian church, Elizabeth, by the pastor. Rev. Dr. John T. Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. Dietz will live at 59 Church street, this city. The residence of William Nagley in Allen street was destroyed by fire Monday afternoon, causing a loss of $1,200. The fire is supposed to have been caused by an overheated stove. Rahway Aerie, No. 1863, Fraternal Order of Eagles, entertained the district deputy grand worthy presi- jdent, Frederick Smith, of Newark, Aerie No. 44, Monday night. Miss Grace Blow has resigned her position as book-keeper at D. O. Evans' coal office to take a similar position with the Morey & la-Rue Company in Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Heder-man, of Newark, were week-end gueBts of Mr. and Mrs. William Hederman. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Bauer and daughter, Mies Ruth Bauer, ar at Broad Alban, Fulton County, N. Y. School Commissioner H. E. Gore-Kelly, has been entertaining Robert L. Trulan, of Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. George W, Crowell are entertaining Mrs. William Pendelton, of Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dohm are oa-tertaining Joseph Smith and family, of Roselle. After several weeks at Lock Haven, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Baker have returned to their houie in Clinton. Miss Eva Apgar and Amos Mr- end at the home of Frank .Ane-ar in Hampton. After undergoing treatment in the Easton hospital, Mrs. Jacob Tiger has returned to her home In Clinton. Miss Minnie Terriberry, of Glen Gardner, has been engaged to teacn the public school at Readington. Miss Emma Ley, of Chan?:e-water, was a recent guest of Miss Ruby Adams, of Hampton. Mrs. William J. Dalton, of Brooklyn, is visiting Mrs. Charie3 Leigh, in Clinton. Miss Bessie Hoagland, who Tius been visiting in Clinton, has gone to Westchester, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hornby, of Glen Gardner, have been visiting In New York. Township Collector J. Henry Hawk has recovered from a serious illness. Mrs. E. R. Robinson, of Jutland, Is visiting her daughter in Easton. Reed Fallmans Greatly Reduced Every Go-Curt and Carriage baa received tremen-ilottx reductions. ThU (a your chance to unve money. VIS Reed Pullmans 12.9 20 Reed Pullmans 92. Reed Pullmans S32.SO Reed Pullmans C.95 $20 Brass Bed I ifrffrrff t Refrigerators at Cost This nale Includes every re-(rlKcrator in stock. Buy now end MONEY $10 Refrlserators. lift top style. ....... . 912 Refrigerators. !ift top style SU5 Refrigerators, lift top stjl PIO Refrigerators. apartment Iiouae style 20 Refrigerators. A QS apartment bouse tyle 1 23 Refrigerators. QC apartment bouse style ' MO Refrigerators. Q QC cparttnent house style " 7.75 9.95 10.95 12.95 8.69 I FOOTBALL PAYS BETTER THAN LAW By United Press: New Haven, Feb. 19. William H. Taft, professor of law, $5,000; Howard Jones, football coach, $4,000 a year. These are the two new entries to go upon the- records of Yale University within a few months. Prof. Taft with a 36-year record as a dis tinguished alumnus and master of law, will get but $1,000 a year more than Coach Jones, who for four years was a gridiron hero, and is Just five years out of college. President Taft will take the chair of law at Yale beginning next fall. Heavy posts xurmounted with heavy knob vasest beavy filling: rods, with T. B. connec-tloni rati effects In head and foot. $8 White Enamel 'Rn Bed. Continuous post style, fancy scroll effect In bead and foot! all slzest finished best baked bite enamel. Golden Oak i Chiffonier Actual $10 Value 5.49 Made of solid oak, golden fin ish; 30 inches wide; French bevel mirror 10x17; five deep drawers. I In Quartered Oak Sideboard ACTUAL S25 VALUE , 14.98 Goitten oak finish, hicbly i polished; largre br.se with Heavy carved top; large beveled plate mirror; serpentine top; two top drawers, one lined for silver; one Ionic drawer; two cabinets. . Accounts Opened From $5 TO $1,000 On Small Weekly Payments. Double Stamps Mornings Single Stamps Afternoons T is Wl GIVE FREE INSURANCE In ease of the death of the ware earner of your family we will at once rive you a recipted bill in fuU or your account without extra charge APPOINTMENTS BY GOVERNOR WILSON POINCARE THE NEW FRENCH PRESIDENT By United Press: Paris, Feb. 19. In the Palace of Elysees, Armand Poincare was in augurated yesterday tenth president of the third Republic of France, succeeding Armand Fallieres. Poincare was elected president January 17, by a special legislature conven ed at historic Versailles. His inaug uration today was in the official res- nf Trpntnn idence of the chief executive. Member of the Governor Wilson sent the following appointments to the Senate Mon day night: Civil service commissioner, Edward II. Wright, Jr., of Essex, who served In the Assembly in 1907. He is a lawyer. Commissioner of banking and insurance, former Assemblyman George M. La Monte, of Somerset, reappointed, succeeding an ad interim appointment. Members of the County Tax Boards Cape May county, Wilbur E. Young; Essex county, Jerome.T. Coh- gleton; Gloucester county, William H. Wolff; Hudson county, former Mayor Mark M". Fagan, of Jersey City, one of the original New Idea Republicans; Hunterdon county, Charles N. Reading; Mercer county, Enoch F. Hooper; Monmouth county, Ruliff V. Lawrence. All the forego ing were reappointments. To the Ocean County Tax Board the Governor named Arthur B. Clute, his selection for the Sussex county Tax Board was Martin W. Bowman, and for the Warren County Tax Board he selected A. G. Taylor, of Philllpsburg, a Republican. These three were new appointments. Member of the State Board of Education, Col. Joseph S. Frelinghuy-sen, former Senator of Somerset, reappointed. Members of the Board of Geological Survey, Col. Washington A. Roeb-ling, of Trenton, for the Fourth Dis trict; Joseph D. Bedle, of Jersey iCty, for the Ninth District; John C. Smock, of Mercer, at large. Member of the Forest Park Reservation Commission, Charles L. Pack, of Ocean county, re-appointed. Members of the State) Board of Medical Examiners, Dr. William P. Watson, of Jersey City; Dr. J. Oliver MacDonald and Dr. Horace G. Norton, Commission, Ernest P. Napier, of Essex. Member Board of Managers State Insane Hospital of Trenton, Joseph Rice, of Trenton. MENDHAM WATER PLANT ALMOST SELF-SUPPORTING GOV. SULZER FAVORS PANAMA EXPOSITION The municipally owned water plant of Mendham, which has been in operation but four years, was almost self-supporting last year, according to the annual report Just published. The income from water rentals was $1,955.08. Receipts from tap ping fees, rental of land and inter est amounted to $90.06, a total of $2,045.14. The interest on out standing bonds was $1,530; meters, clerical work, work at reservoir and for tapping main, amounted to $540.65. a total of $2,070.65; a de ficit of $25.51. The fifty-five fire hydrants. If charged at the rate of $15' each, would yield $825. This would almost pay off a bond of $1,000 each year. The total deficit amounted to $200.71. ATLANTIC RESERVE TO REPORT FOR DUTY Fish and Game Special to the Courier-News: Washington, Feb. 19. It became known today that the Navy Depart ment late last night ordered the entire Atlantic reserve fleet to recruit crews to complete strength aud stand by for service at once. Orders also were Issued to navy recruiting officers throughout the country to hurry recruiting apprentices and recruits at naval training stations have 'been ordered to report to the commanding officers of the Atlantic reserve fleet for duty. Special to the Courier-News: Albany, Feb. 19 Governor Sulzer while objecting to an expenditure of $700,000 by New York State -in connection : with the Panama-PaciS: Exposition at San Francisco In 1915, favors the building of a permanent memorial to be "set up at the entrance to the Golden Gate at a cost of $250,000. Aside from this he believes that $200,000 would be a fair and ample amount to spend for entertainment. He is a hearty advocate, however, of the exposition idea and has asked Norman E. Mack, chairman of the committee, which will handle New York's share of the work, to meet with him and legislative leaders on Wednesday when the general subject will be discussed. ., School Appropriation Voted Calffon, Feb. 19. At a special school meeting at Woodglen Satur day afternoon, to vote on a site and a proposition to bona the township for $12,000 to build a schoolhouse at Glen Gardner, the site was voted down by a vote of 15 to 112. Tho appropriation carried by a vote of 77 to 50. At five previous special elections. both propositions were voted down. and as a result the State school funds were withheld from the town ship. to Indiana Removing Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kerwln of North Plainfield, will leave for Elk hart, Ind., tomorrow, where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs, Kerwin, who are well known in this city, will Heave behind a host of friends. ML CLARE-- We mu Hqje ARRW BY Pa'SEI Post i mam! tC i I imc IT A BASNl HEAVEN.1 IAK IT OUT AND VAH it: VIP c OUT INlfiE j dpSjSk Copyright, 1918. by McCIure Newspaper Syndicate, The House will Be.; FULL of microbes! get Back, Fiool St H0N V'ArA MUST DEL WATAVl BE-MAN? wi, Just Dip him im IF HE Turns Blue, tT'5 Too COLD -And IF UZ TURNS RcD IT'S Too HOT sCCNiE HERa, FIDO.1 11 T IF H TURNS RED . A -U' J r ITS Too HOT- , I W f M$ yCCNig tiRg, RDoM , I Czi. TfeiL me, sir Bee, WHAT A Re. THe CSSENTiftV. ftTTRiWiTee of a 'ui X'V1 : U5 . 1 I VT ALL Ivjpom Tne I'VE h. KCTiori ; tq Tri The N0UNCKUPPLS6: AfcAIH . r i

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