The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey on January 27, 1937 · Page 9
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Telephone ttalnflcld 6-80M PLA1NF1ELD, N. J., COURIER-NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1937 PAGE NIN3 SUCCESS TO YOU "SNUFFY"! Odd, But Higldy Modern Diner Opens in Scotch Plains NUFFY' ALBERT'S TAXI HAROLD C. HILL, Prop. Phonn 'Famwnrxl S-1MM Sue and Snuffy Day and Niffht Taxi and Express Service WEST Fl ELD AVE. SCOTCH PLAINS 7 S Park and Mountain Avenues Scotch Plains, N. J. Tel. Fanwood 2-7587 Oysters-rClams Steak .Sandwiches m -St SCOTCH PLAINS HARDWARE CO., Inc. PAINTS OIL& GLASS HOUSEWARES numbing and Electrical Supplies SH PARK AVENUE " . SCOTCH PLAINS, NEW JERSEY Success to Snuffy In His New Diner. A. ABOARD ' Cleaning, Tailoring and Repairing PAKK AVENUE, SCOTCH PLAINS Tel. Fanwood 2-724B .... j T . Cnnffr In Ifiat Kmr nlnaimnaiHBl CLOTHING AND NOTIONS FOR THE ENTIRE 'FAMILY SCOTCH PLAINS DEPARTMENT STORE 141 TARK AVENUE Opp. Post Office .Maurice P. Ingalsbe, Prop. TeL Fanwood 2-7831. McNElLL'S ESSO STATION Mountain and ESSO LUBRICATION Atlas Tires and Batteries and Accessories : Battery Charging andl Rentals Success to Snuffy's New Diner . Here's Where Service Counts PARK AVENUE SERVICE STATION Park and Mountain Avenues Scotch Plains, N. J. Fanwood 2-7289 If no answer , call Fanwood 2-7257 . Auto Repairs Towing - Tires - Greasing - Trucking Collision Work t Cars Painted $20.00 up Most Efficient Service-in Flushing Radiators and -Motor Blocks , at Little Cost. Best Wishes and Success to Snuffy in his new diner. - THOMAS G. FAFF : Florist FOR AIL CASIONS !i i ; TeL Fanwood 2-7643 Westfield and Union Aves. - t Scotch Plains Extend our best wishes to Snuffy for success of his new diner. We are fully equipped to take care of your Electrical requirements as we have done in the new SNUFFY'S DINER Motor Repairing House wiring ANTHONY PETERS ELECTRICIAN 1923 Highway 29, near Park Ave. Scotch Plains, N. J. Tel. Fanwood 2-7639 .. The PLUMBING and HEATING Installations in the New SNUFFY'S' DONER Were Made By ELMER A. ARCHBOLD PARK AVENUE AT ROUTE 29' SCOTCH PLAINS Telephone Fanwood 2-7889 Proud to Have the Opportunity to Add Our Workmanship to the Construction of SNUFFY'S DIIIEIi Jobbing of All Kinds Estimates Cheerfully Given Tel. Fanwood 2-7350 WILLIAM E. PEBBDE BUILDER PBOSPECT AVENUE SCOTCH PLAINS, N. J. ' CONGRATULATIONS SNUFFY'S DINER THE Will Maintain the High Standards You Have Set or Your Organization. CENTRAL RADIO SERVICE CO 204 WATCHUNG AVE,, opposite Post Office Telephone Plfd. 6-4747 Authorized A.G.A. Stove Agency. Diner Opened By Snuffy' In Scoteh Plains Two cars, formerly used In Newark as trailers for trolley cars to handle the traffic rush periods, have been joined to form Snuffy's Diner In Route 29 at Union Ave'nue, Scotch Plains. The cars have been placed side by side, the adjoining' walls knocked out, and Improvements and decorations have been, installed' to make the diner one of the most spacious and modern along- the highway. Among the numerous innovations is a shower room for the convenience of express truck drivers and salesmen, who, . after driving-through the nlgrht, may. refresh themselves' before breakfast. The shower booth, done in tile of soft tones, is comparable In style and comfort to that of the latest model home. - . . ' Tile is used as the decorative theme throughout the diner. A novel fixture, for a diner, is a Hol-comb and Hoke refrigerator, with Prigidaire cooling equipment Installed by A. J. Orbach, which displays to the customer meats, vegetables, milk and other foodstuffs. There is an Aga range, provided by Central Radio Service and a coffee-making apparatus which K insures constantly fresh coffee.: xne proprietor of Snuffy's is William Robertson, who, for several years, haa conducted the popular Snuffy's tavern at Park and Mountain Avenues, Scotch Plains. Chris Corveleyn, well known through this area as .the former chief cook at Camp Watchung; the summer camp for Boy Scouts of Watchung Council, is chief of the diner. Mr, Corveleyn also has served as a chef at the Hotel Benjamin Franklin In Philadelphia .and on numerous ocean liners. - The short order cook at Snuffy's is George Wood." . - -.. Scotch Plains Clement Curtis, Correspondent - TeL Fanwood 2-7740 Card party , will be held tomorrow by School 1 PTA In the home of Under " Sheriff Alexander C. Campbell : and Mrs. Campbell of. Union Avenue. Mrs. Fred Phinnes, Mrs, Henry Kirchner, Mrs. I. C. Webb and Mrs. Henry Baraldl Is the committee. - . Twenty members attended, Monday night a social session of Scotch Plains Post, 209, American Legion, in the Municipal Building. Fanwood Clement Curtis, Correspondent Tel. Fanwood 2-7740 Mr. and Mrs. George Davis and daughter have moved to 72- Cray Terrace from Roselle Park. . i to Hi! J 1.1 HI Gil 5 -1 Once trolley-trailer tn Newark, the two cart pictured above have' been developed into a roadside diner by William Robertson (Snuffy) in Route 29 at Union Avenue, Scotch Plaint.. Westfield William F. White. Cor. TeL 2-0407 School Budget Has Increase For Next Term ; Board of Education at a special meeting last night adopted the fol lowing 1937-38 budget: - ; Administration, $8,933.10: instruction, current expense, $352,325.12; Instruction, libraries, $5,112.50; op eration,, $54,586.76; co-ordinate - ac tivities,, $10,295 ; auxiliary agencies, $8,505 fixed charges, $1315; total current expense, $441,572.48; repairs, and replacements, $27,952.66; manual training, $19,050; debt service, $131,612; total. $620,187.14. . Budget shows an increase of $22,-801.94 and a total of $534,113.17 to be raised by local taxation. . There is a decrease of $33,907.35 In anticipated revenues from the state and from other sources. . - , 1 . , Decrease In revenue Is due largely to the withdrawal from the high school of 142 pupils from Garwood and Mountainside, who -will attend the new regional high school in Springfield. : ; . Budget shows a tentative "school tax rate of 1.57 as compared with rates of 1.44 in 1935-36 and 1936-37. Total district school tax for 1937-38 will be $534,113.17, as compared with $477,403.88 for this year; an in crease of $56,709.29. This Increase is accounted for. by: decrease In anticipated revenue, $33,907.35; increase in appropriations, $22,801.94; total, $56 ,709.29. s ; Decrease in revenue is due large ly to the loss of tuition noted above, this amounting to about $22,000. There is a further' estimated, de crease in the amount of "school aid which the board can expect from the state. A partial offset to the decrease in revenue la an increase J In ratables of the district of about $802,000, which at the 1.57 rate yields about $12,600. In 1935-36 deductions from salaries of members of the school staff were 10 per cent. In 1936-37 board suggested that these deductions be Genisman Confectionery Store Newspapers Cigars Whitman Candy 383 Park Ave. Scotch Plains, N. J. Fanwood 2-7437 Dally Photo Service Let success follow your efforts, Snuffy! SEIB'S Confectionery Store Park Avenue, near Westsfield Avenue Telephone Fanwood 2-7207 let prosperity follow your efforts Snuffyl ALWAYS A GOOD MEAL AT PARK LUNCH Park Avenue at Westfield Avenue T TJT rTnKFBT Twn TeL Fanwood 2-7561 Open Day' and Night ft Success to Snuffy! TOVX VBXSC3UFTZOXTS Tilled Accurately and Economically at THE SYLVAN PHARMACY Modem and Vp-to-Date Sniff Store Complete assortment of Tina Tliarmacenticala of Reputable laboratories as Squibb, Parke Davis, Ully, Etc Pay mo More For the Best O. Be S. XOCCO, Beglstered Fharmaclsts PASK AVENTTE SCOTCH FUU2TS, NEW JEB3EY Telephone Fanwood E-7632 Congnratolations to "SSVTTT" but 5 per cent, which amounts to $20,775 in the current year's budget. In the setup' of the 1936-37 budget; this increased expense was not carried into the tax rate because sufficient funds were on hand to meet it. This cannot be done each year. In 1937-38 year there will be no deductions in salaries. This item accounts for $20,613 of the Increased appropriations. A partial offset to the reduction In tuition receipts has been made by reducing the budget for salaries in the high school by $4,600,'.it being noted that high school attendance will not decrease more than 100, against a loss of." tuition scholars of 142. , ... Other increased appropriations in round numbers are as follows: Text books, $650; supplies for instruction, $1,050; salaries , janitors, $500; fuel, $500; light, water, power, $1,200;. medical inspection, $700; auxiliary apparatus, $1,600; wages, mechanics, -$850; repairs' to grounds, $750; - equipment for instruction, $800; supplies for manual training, $500. - l. t , i i , , . Following items have decreased : janitors supplies, $400; repairs to buildings, $1,900. v Increases ,f or text books, supplies for instruction, supplies for manual training, equipment for Instruction, and auxiliary apparatus have been made to place those facilities on a normal basis, as distinguished from the curtailed basis which has been necessary since the 1932-35 budget. There has been a; part time increase of one man In " number ' of Janitors, and also a part tme in- crease of one man in the repair force. Both of these Increases rounding out previous part time po; sitions. ; - '.- Increase in the fuel item is made necessary by the operation of the ; new field house. (Increase in light, water and power item corrects previous underestimates. . Cost of medical inspection and of grounds are both abpormally high, because of necessity of replacing the auto used by the school nurse and second by unusual expenses for grass seed and side walk replacement. ; Decrease in repairs to buildings item as compared with this yenr is because of heavy expense for fire proof partitions at Grant School in this year's budget. ,118 Nelson Place, was hostess re cently at dinner for the Misses Sheena Webster, ; Peggy Addicks and Alleen Mundt. Music department of the Woman's Club met yesterday, with Mrs. George Weston on Highland Avenue. There was choral work, an informal musical program and tea. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J." O'Brien and son have moved from St. Louis, Mo., to 591 Rahway Avenue. Mr. O'Brien is assistant traffic manager of General Motors Company, Linden. Mrs. William Kessler of 14 Forest Avenue entertained yesterday at luncheon and bridge, when two tables were in play. Westfield Local 1492, NALC will install officers tomorrow night in the home of Robert Arndt of 635 Salter Place. , 'Mr. and Mrs. Franklin J. Arnold of Shadowlawn Drive returned today from a cruise to the Lesser Antilles. . . . . Girls Friendly. Society of- St. Paul's Episcopal Church will meet Monday night in. the parish house. . Star of Westfield Council, 60, D or A met last night in the Legion Building. GOOD LUCK SNUFFY IN YOUR NEW DINER! CENTRAL AUTO SEI1VICE ANTHONY DE NITZIO, Prop. Park' Ave. at 2nd St. SCOTCH PLAINS Where Courteous Attention Awaits Your Call, ' Gulf Oil Corporation and Goodrich 1 Products. Auto Repairs of All Kinds. Specialized Indoor Lift Lubrication. ROAD SERVICE PHONE FANWOOD 2-7374 miy's liee? Selecfied Our Equipment for Their Coancricol Electric Ilcfrigcration We are glad to have been a part in the making of this perfect diner. Our Best Wishes to Their Success A. J. REACH, Dune. 415 PARK AVE. PLAIFIELD, N. J. TEL. PLFD. 6-3131 College Club Hears Foreign Speakers "Foreign Universities' were in formally discussei at a College Woman's Club meeting Monday night in Masonic Temple. There were'four speakers, three from the ten foreign exchange students at Barnard College, Miss Use Dunst, of Germany, Miss Renee Pecquet of France and Miss Giotta Bompiani of "Italy. The other Mrs, Per K- Frolich of Westfield, a member 01 the club, who came from Bergen, Norway, and who discussed univer sity work in Norway.' - Miss TSorrmiani snoike on Europe an university (work in general, -while Miss Dunst touched upon graduate work and, specialized training for women, while Miss Pecquet spoke on pre-university work. Hostesses for the social hour were E. M. Staub, Mrs. Harry Mongomery, Mrs. Edward Bourns, Mrs. Charle3 Bunn Jr., Mrs. Horace Wood, Mrs. L. B. Van Leuvan, Mrs. Margaret Py, Mrs. Norman Webb, Mrs. W.! E. Deal, Mrs. Russell Graham, Mrs. Louis Hubbard, and Mrs. ua u. Sowerine. Autoists Are Heard In Police Court Virion nc-srreeatine $38 were Im posed in police court last night by Recorder A. C. Nash as follows: Driving with improper registration, Joseph P. Martin, Cranford, $2; parking -without lights, Eli W. Ewart of 138 Ferris Place and Raphael Crocco of 635 South Avenue, Westfield, $1 each; driving with one headlight, no tail light, no extra bulbs, Alfred E. Haessig, 714 Fourth Avenue, Westfield, $1. Passing stop sign, David Tunick of Newark, $3; speeding, David Sacks of Perth Amboy, $5; driving without a license, without registration - and speeding," James McCaffrey of Elizabeth; driving without an operator's license, Donald Cross, 503 Carleton Road, ' Westfield, and William Kaiser, Jersey City, $5 each. :.: . .. --. . : '. Hackett-Donnelly Troth Mrs. Florence D. Donnelly of 540 Mountain -Avenue,- has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Ann M. Donnelly, to James F. Hackett of Cleveland, nn of Mrs. Marv E. Hackett of Providence, R. I, and the- late James J. Hackett. 1 Miss Donnelly, , the daughter of the late James A. Donnelly, attend ed New Jersey College for Women and was graduated from Pratt Institute. Mr. Hackett attended Providence College and was graduated from Pratt Institute School of Science and Technology in 1934. He is studio and field engineer at the NBC Cleveland studios. Linquist-Wells Troth Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Wells of 225 Elmer Street have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Charlotte A. Wellsi to George W. Linguist, son of Gus-tav L. Linquist of Fairacres Avenue. Miss Wells has been employed as book-keeper at the Jar-vis drug store and Mr. Linquist is connected with the U. S. Trust Company, New York. NEWS BRIEFS Miss Martha Hebbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hebbert of PERMANENT SPECIALS Genuine ..." Eugene . .$5.00 Duart , .- Perm. -. . ,$3.50 Permanent. '-. Ends . : . .$L9S Beauty Aids . - S5c -- Ellen's Beauty Salon S87 Park Are., Scotch Plata, K J. Plume Fanwood 3-7213 Open. Friday. Sveninff Other Evenings toy Appointment. Success to Snuffy , DiningDancing .f ROEJERTTJJAIHIW'SSOrO Sheet Metal Work Roofing Sunbeam Air Conditioning- 435 PARK AVENUE SCOTCH PLAINS, N. J, Good Luck Snuffy, May Yon Prosper In Your New Diner. O'CONNOR'S MARKET " Wishes The Best of Luck. TO SII0FFY III DIS IIE17 DIIIED Telephone Plainfield S-5550 or 6-555 1 FOR THE BEST OF FOOD! SNUFFY DOES TO QUALITY MEATS ' in Selected Varieties Orders Called For and Delivered Promptly CLARENCE SHARKEY Fresh and Smoked Meats PARK AVENUE SCOTCH PLAINS, N. J. - Telephone Fanwood 2-7305 Best wishes to Snuffy in His New Diner. CONFIDENCE is important in real estate dealings.-We merit yours by past performance. May we serve you ? Congratulations to "Snuffy" " ALEXANDER MUIR Front St. at Park Ave. " Scotch Plains .. , . Telephone Fanwood 2-7315 THE .. ' ' ' BUILDING MATERIALS Use In the Construction of SNUFFY'S EUDWER .Highway 29 Scotch Plains Were Furnished By imriD LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 230 SOUTH AVE. FANWOOD, N J. COAL LUMBER BUILDING MATERIALS Tel. Fanwood 2-7483 We would like to call your particular attention to the Johns-Manville Tile with the chromium plated strips in the new diner. Success to You, Snuffy m m A Visit You VJill Enjoy . .3 . ' R c,iJfcl ml hi i i " . . .'. . - .. WILLIAM ROBERTSON, Prop. s ROUTE 29 iTv, SCOTCH PLAINS, N. J. The most modern diner in this vicinity is now ready to serve you the bests of foods prepared by expert chefs. All the cooking will be done on the latest AGA Range. A refrigerated display case keeps the meats, provisions &nd per-' ishable foods fresh, awaiting your selection. . Luncheons and FullB Coascse dinners ' " ' ' 4c to (gc SNUFFY'S DINER BS TJEVER CLOSED Comfortable rest "rooms and a shower for the convenience of our patrons. ,

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