The Daily Journal from Vineland, New Jersey on January 10, 1935 · 3
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EVENING TD1"ES, VINTLAND, N. J., TlITRSDAY. JAN'ItARY 1ft, 103.". THREE Awd Cash Prizes' To Gardeners In County ERA Subsistence Race n.u arise donated by indi-j Luals and by appropriations from Jhe MUIvffl City and Vlneland onroueh Commissioners, Commer- Deerfield. Powne. . Fairfield, creenwich, Hopewell and Landis Township Committees, were recently awarded to winning garden-1 of the Cumberland County Emergency Relief subsistence gardens. - ' . There were' "In the County 784 'individual gardens, 12 per cent, or M of which were rated very good, from these 21 were chosen as prize winners. The winners were judged wording to general appearance, freedom from weeds, soil condi-on as exemplified by tillage, the ., Kid varietv of crops grown d productivity. The competition a tandis Township was so keen it was decided to award three prizes, in Millville and Downe Townships the awards were also divided. The garden of Joseph Heaton of Port If orris was judged the best In the cdunty, although Charles Wooledge of Vineland was a close runnerup. Ivy Carter was named "the most industrious gardener of the ' county, f1-' ' Total Value $G,436 The total estimated value of Cumberland" County subsistence gardens totaled $6,436, which it must be remembered is the retail value of the produce raised. But the value of the gardens must not be considered in the cash value, of them, but In the physical and mental benefits sustained by the workers. There is no healthier exercise than that of working in the fresh air in the garden; the garden Service of High-Class Man Required THE Hurley J Co. requires the services of a high-class man as collector, not over 40 years of age and must have car. Application by letter only. Give all details of experience over past 10 years including references. The more you tell us about yourself, the better chance you will have for an interview which will be arranged later. HURLEY'S t.. BRIDGETON has been the means of a balanced diet in many families which otherwise would have cone without thr, minerals produced only in green ; vegetables. j Last year it was the plan of the ! Emergency Relief that surplur j produce from farms be purchased j at market value and a cannery j operated with relief help, that the canned vegetables might be distributed to relief clients during the winter months. This program was defeated because of demands of the unemployed that thev be naid wages in excess of those establish- i ; ed by the NRA instead of the pro-i posed rate of 10 cents an hour in 1 cash and 40 cents an hour in food orders, the prevalent rate of ERA pay at that time. I List Prise Winners I The list of Cumberland County , prize winners follows: Bridgeton, ' j Paul G. Springer;' Millville, James ! umenck, Edwaru Gessler; rural Millville, William Green; Vineland, t Cosimo DeLuca; Sliiloh, Charles V. j'Prazier; Commercial Township, Joseph Heaton; Deerfield Township, Gottfried Sprauer, William Morris; Downe Township, Charles Horlacher, Paul Blizzard; Fairfield Township, ArnoM Streets, Melvin Green; Greenwich Township, Ivy Carter; Hopewell Township, Ell-wood Garrison; Landis Township, Charles Wooledge, Pasquale Russo, Juley Picconi; Maurice River Township, Richard M. Irwin. Best garden in County, Joseph Heaton; most industrious gardener, Ivy Carter. THEATRE ATTRACTIONS TODAY GRAND: Gloria Swanson, John Boles in "Music in the Air." TOMOKROW GRAND: Wheeler & Woolscy in "Kentucky Kernels." CRITERION: Stage Show, "Vanity Fair Revue", with Little Ann little." FARMERS' EXCHANGE ! DAMAGED BY FIRE The Farmers' Exchange of j. Lewis Hadsell on north East avenue, at Central railroad, was endangered by fire yesterday afternoon, that started in the basement from a heating tank. John Ludlam, executive of the firm, called in an alarm, and thq Vineland firemen quickly extinguished the blaze, which caused but slight damage. The plant was the scene of a fire three years ago when the rear of the exchange was swept by fire, causing extensive damage. ORIGINAL "BETTY KOOP" COMING TO CRITERION She sung a song and won 'a case in court. That happened when Little Ann Little, the original Betty Boop who conies in person with Manny King and his "Vanity Fail Revue" to the Criterion Theatre, Bridgeton, for two days only, starting tomorrow, appeared in the famous Helen Kane trial and proved that she was "hooping" be fore Miss Kane. In the action of the sparkling revue which is brought to you, Little Ann Little sings the same song that won the case. The audience actually sees how the "sound" or the "talking" for the cartoons is done and in plain view Little Ann Little does a "Sound Sequence" for the screen. This screen picture was especially made for her by the Max Fleisher Studios, creator of Betty Boop and is done with their permission and cooperation. On the screen, Friday and Saturday, Fay Wray in "Cheating Cheaters." MUDDY TRACK CANCELS GOLDEN GATE RACE Because of a muddy 'track, the Golden Gate Handicap was called off yesterday ' at Arcadia, Calif. Thus the beginning of Twenty Grand's comeback attempt was delayed. He was to have raced against four other candidates for the $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap in yesterday's preparatory event. -X, r t, " ,i Beginning Friday January 11th I"""""1 .l.u,.,l,l,MJnW, .. -A 789 Pairs of Women's Famous Makes Of 1 1 SHOES MATRIX Never Before 'At This Price Regular Price $8.50 to $10.50 RED CROSS Known the World Over Regular Price $6.50 VITALBTY Wherever good shoes are known Regular Price $6 to $6.73 , FOOT-DELIGHT $90 The finest stores sell them. Regular Price $6 to $8.50 This is the opportunity of the year. Thcfie prices have never been so low. Every pair of these shoes are from our regular stock and NOT BOUGHT FOR A SALE. The same attention and service will be given as when buying these shoes at regular prices. ' NO CHARGES NO C. O. D's. COME EARLY BEFORE YOUR SIZE IS GONE SALE POSITIVELY EHDS SATURDAY, JANUARY 19th OSTON SHOE STORE 547-49 Landis Avenue Vineland, N. J. Round Our Town By W. J. M. Hose And Doses False signs of Spring Spring flowers appearing at the Schiank's Blinker Hill Farm near Rosen-hayn. . .Jack Gtvciilees, the geo grapher. points out that few folks realize Vineland is on a parallel with the northern part of West Va. ami also with Baltimore!.. Howard English and Att.v. dt'orge Slanger arc among the fortunate few who will he admitted to the trial at Fleiuhig-tua todiiy as guestii of Sergt. "l'etc" Kichie, of Vineland. . Herb Lubin, genial Millville movie mgr. enjoyed the novel exjeri-ence of consuming his own durk, disguised as a "turkey." He wai invited to the dinner, and never discovered he was munching on an Imitation of Joe Penner's famous pet! which had been filched by his pal (?)!!. . A local club member, w ho has a habit of saying, "gimme one," was strolling down the street to see his grandma and revolved a Hallowe'en prize unexpectedly, we hear!. . A Grape St. resident saw an ad in a paper for help wanted to address envelopes, 'and her query brought an answer with a request for $1 and when this was paid, she was efcagrined to receive a book on "how to address envelopes." . . Billie Lewis' speed-wagon caused a furore last nlte, when the stop lij-ht spread a ghastly ; hallow in the vicinity of his garage. . . neighbors feared robbers, and nearly summoned the cops! . .- Birthday greetings today to Rose Sarowitz. . .Gasper Adamo. . .Rose Zarho. , .Baba Constantini. . .Dave Glfford of Millville... David Dall-ago on his 44th... Anthony Mer-lock on his 27th... A. B, Camp on his 84th. . .Thomas Pagano on hip 14th. . .Mrs. Samuel Giorda on her 55th... and to Gloria Bugllo on hei 13th... We wonder how the S. Myrtle St. lass got the scratch on her ehcek? She claims she was lighting In her sleep!. . We forgot to send best, wishes to Theresa Giercyk on her sixth, yestee...and Lorraine Sanson! on her fifth. Obituary r MKS. KKKKCCA N. JONES j Mrs. Rebecca N. Jones, aged 73, died at her home, 65 south Colum- j bia avenue, about throe o'clock ' yesterday afternoon, after a 10- day illness. She was a resilient of Vineland for 28 years, and was a retired practical nurse ami also a taxidermist. She was a member or the West Baptist Church and the Uulies Aid Society of that church. She is survived by a son. Herbert, of Millville; a daughter, Mrs. Maud Burcham, of Millville, Mrs. Rae Hayes of Mlzpah, Miss Myrtle R. Jones of Vineland, 14 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Also a brother, Samuel Pettit of tsruigeton, and a lister, Mrs. Ar-manda Banks of Ccdarvtlle. Services will be held from her late residence Saturday afternoon at two o'clock with interment in Si loam Cemetery. liOBKUT Mil 1. Kit Millville Robert Miller, 72, died at his home on Main road early yesterday morning after having been in ill health for months. He was a prosperous truck farmer and is survived bv a widow. Mu two daughters, Mrs. Catherine ' I l ravis and Mrs. Elizabeth Hoff- : man ami three sons, Frank, i George and Edison, all of Millville. i The funeral will be held from the ; Christy funeral home, Saturday ! afternoon at two o'clock, wltii i burial in Mt. Pleasant cemetery. ! POLK'S Fancy VTO JJ I MM II KOWOWTtUUS' Reber Class Game Miss Eilenberg's class basketball team defeated Miss Lewis' five, 25-10, with Carter tallying 12; Pagano, 10, and Kolva, 3, for the winners, and Centner, 4; Via, 3; Magolda, 2, and Brayboy, 1, for the losers. Others on the winners were Traverse and Castelllni, with Ditoml and Kesteison for the losers. In Memoriam 'EAM.rn.IO: In loving ' memory nf our Wr jnvth'T, Mrs. . . Thivois Bui lurlo, who lltU 14k4ri;vi Ro todnv. At twillRlit whn twilight hour draws nar, - , t And Bunwit fluim'9 th nky, , We tliink of you, J(ir mother,. And the happy dayn gone by. Thoughts of you come drifting bank I Within our di tarns to fltuy, - To know that you are resting When twilight ends the day. Badly, missed by Daughter, Son and Family. . . " fiewsy Items Mrs. Mary Gruccio of south West Boulevard was taken to Newconib Hospital yesterday where she is being held for observation. , Mrs. Frank Relyea, of west Sherman avenue, is confined to her home with the grippe. . Mrs. Mabel Moore Is at the New comb Hospital under observation Mary Voltaggl is recovering from a tonsil operation, 1 , CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all those who loaned cars, sent flowers and other messages of sympathy or assisted in any way during our recent bereavement. Mrs. Lena Masilotti and Family. . Marriage License v A marriage license was Issued to Mary E. Scull. 26, of Vineland, and Clayton W, Stanley, 27 of Drexel Hill, Pa. at Media, Pa., yesterday. JANUARY. SPECIALS ' $2 Personality Push lTp PERMANENT. . . . ' ' We Also Have Eugene, Frederic and Kcra Tonic Oil Wave Hot Oil Shampoo and Finger Wave $4 35c Manicure .25c 25c 25c Facial and Eyebrow Arch Shampoo and Finger Wave. '. i METROPOLITAN BEAUTY PARLOR ,25 S. 6th Street Criterion THEATRE, BRIDGETON Tomorrow & Saturday ON OUR STAGE MANNY KING'S "VANITY FAIR REVUE" ' Wih tho Paramount Studio Band """and IJTTLK ANN LITTLE The Original "Betty Boop" IN PERSON 25 PEOPLE 25 And On The Screen FAY WRAY In CHEATING CHEATERS' Lower JCC Balcony Oft" Floor OU Sat. 25c to 6 V M. Child. 10c At The Vineland High School Auditorium Friday, January 11th 8 P. M. 5-ACT TRAGEDY IN ITALIAN L'INQUISITORE COMPANY OF 15 PROFESSIONAL AKTISTS FKOM NEW YOHK, IN FULL COSTUME Featuring the Noted Comedian FARFARIELLO Admission 50c and 75c UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE RECREATION CLUB AFTER TITO SHOW, A FARSA WILL BE HELD BY I'ASCARIELLO 8CAROLA Tickets On Sale At Martini's Shoe Store Qm GRAPEFRUIT No. 2 cant tfcsW" c ' MctoM 4 t'' 'f trait 4 fM fa i FfHit Clltf, r af ni ( IhcIi lh (mti lrH it 14. . PHILLIPS-"Deficio" Tomato Soup Vegetable or Pea Soup Blue Rose Rice - 2 "" 9c Choice Soup Beans 3 13c Asparagus Tips montc Z'22c Fresh Prunes - l:X25c Fruits S : !;"29c Aprk-oM, CKf rrlti. Pinrappit, Fruit Cocktail, Prull SiUd, (ractfruit, I'eari, Cru.htU I'lncappta, Fioaappla Tuioitt 1 Pkj. of aiihar SUNNYFIELD BOTH FOR Pancake or - ) m Buckwheat Flour 9c I 'jl Rajah Blended Syrup 19c.i p'0 Total R.gular Plica 28c 9c 206 Big Prizes . for Boys and Girls! Don't leave the More without, Warning all about ihit fascinating Trrasure Hunt Contest for youngstrrs Get yourcolpof thebi ' tC-af full-color circular with rulei and entry 0f coupon, rree game for every entrantl WELLO -WHEAT'S I5 THl flNtSl QUAUTY MRINA CtdtAl ' Aecarted by tu cuinm. on i ootla oi iha Aaur. Mad. Aia'a Specially Priced for the Week-Endl Grandmothar't (Reg. IOc) Grandmothr't (Reg. 9c) iv SLiSED Cracked Wheat Rye Bread BREAD 2(Vo,.etfC " 16-oaallcad fli 1" ' ' . . wrapped , wrappad . J4 ' loat ft ' ' loat A RICHER, FULLER GRAHAM FLAVOR -By GRAHAMS KEEBLER' l6-ox f! fnCv Super Suds (8a2S33 Palmolive Soap 3-ul3c Octagon Soap Powder . t5c PRUNES SANTA CLARA (Medium She) HOMINY MRS. MANNING'S l9a can. Your Choice APPLE SAUCE Ann page .Y rorRlc muATn 11 nrr ritter a viTin vwawM N. B. C. Sugar Crisps 2 29c CHOCOLATR PUDDINO or Sparkle pKbsERT 5c FOR SHORTENING Crisco 57c . 20c MARCO Dog Food A 7 25c EVAP. MILK white House US. 23c SILVER SI'KKAD Oleomargarine (ON 8ALK IN. MOST OF OIB STOKr) 2-tt) I'KO 29c IE.' Finest Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Specially Priced Cauliflower wh?te . kni I5e Lettuce ,CEBERe ;h,ad 9C JUICV FLORIDA (0 Sue) Grapefruit 4 f 15c FANCY Slicing Tomatoes lb 15c Cabbage Ic Broccoli e-JSS" M5c STAVMAN WINESAP i Bushel Apples 3 14c WESTERN 8 CAYMAN Box Applet 4 it. 25c Yellow Onions 3 lb. IOc TexasRadishes3bcUOc Finest Quality Meats at A&P Markets! LARGE FRYING or SMALL ROASTING Chief t- ii'ii r i it? II 9 iu,to3iib.) 27 lb Thai fancy grid, milk-feJ roaaling or Frying thictani ere ill carefully aelactaj by our buyara. Thay are ttia cboicatt offered by the nation'! leading packer. . . . typical in quality and a'ue of all maaU lold at A6-P AAarluiti. " , ii ii i 1 1 ... t Armour' "Star" Cellophane Wrapped (Alio oa tela in out Grocery Storee) Picnic Shoulders - !I5C Forequarter tamb I5C Veal Roast rm 23c Chuclt Roast 19e Sliced Chicken Halibut b2lc Fresh Croakers c,-Mt.t.tM M2c Select Oysters - doi 17c Clarn..N"kOc SmeltS Canadian No. I Ib 1 9c Fillets Choice Skinleai Ib 17c Alio oa tale in moat of our irocery atom Atlantic C Pacific !oA C THE 6REAT Theae pricra r-lffftiv in Vine-land and vicinity, January 10th, tlth anil 15th. nm-?-A a r-t....n. . Phil... p.. ar '1 7-

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