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Vineland, New Jersey
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Wednesday, September 11, 1946
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T!mi Journal, Vineland, N. J., Wednesday, Sept. 1 1, 1946' Three Social News HadassaJt Meets . in ha made to the i.UtuU of th. Vineland j UCn "t th. next meeting of "-.niiation. tt was announ- thJ r flt monthly meet- ''id Monday evening t the Ki. Israel Synagogue. Mr.. E. s'lver prident, conducted the W Auuftlrr Mr. L. Rosensteln on h. conitmition committee a N Wernicoff and Mrs. L. renbrf. Mrf. Rosensteln also jTt . reume of American af- frhnlfe in chairmen', positions w,r, announced, and the need for TT ,d clothing to be sent to ISf American-Jewish Congress Z .tr"d- M. L Kotok re-Irted on educational plans for ?t,idv group for the coming year. Sir T. Prirant. reporter on po-Sural affair, the i dis- inctiom between various political roups in Palestine. rR.freahmenta were served by B"lbrt Mrs. M. Pitel. Jjr M. Plevlns, and Mrs. D. Luria. , , , East Vineland PTA Each new member of the Kast Vineland Parent-Teachers Asso-eiition was presented with an old-fuhioned bouquet of flowers at th first Fall meeting of the orianiMtlon, held Monday evening Mrs. Dorothy Ferrari, pres ident, conducted ine lurr-ung. Mr Myrtle BiacKourn, vi mo it-creation committee, made the presentation. The objects of the PTA were read to the group by Mrs. Ferrari Miss Grace Baruzza was appointed health chalrlady. The budget was approved by all members. A new refreshment committee was named. Group singing was enjoyed under the direction of Mrs. Blackburn. Refrefshmenta were served bv Mrs. Ferrari, Mrs. Anna Fran-eeshini and Mrs. Catherine Fer- "rri- ... Phllathea Class Plans for a rummage sale to be held in October, were made at the first Fall business meeting of tha Phllathea Class of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Edith Lane presided. Twenty attended the meeting, LACK OF CRIBS MAKES BUREAU DRAWERS U SEFUL These bablea became bureau drawer babies when Omaha'a St. Joseph Hospital found it had 73 candidates for 80 nursery cribs. Nurses Improvised with bureau and surgical cabinet drawers, front row, left to right; Twins Raymond Dale and Raymond Dean Chase. Back row, left to right: Margaret Mary Hall, Judy, Irene, Leonard and Robert Richard Grote. (AP Wirephoto) BUS SERVICE LEAVING VINELAND FOR UthUid, Mar I.andlna, Ple.santvllle d ATI.A5TI0 CITY :M A. M.: 11:00 A. M.t 1:M P. M. 4:3 P. M. 7:M P. M. Irilirioi, Salem, FeaBiTllla, New Cutis (Del.) and WILMINGTON U:!S A M.; : P. M.; 1.XS P. M. (1:41 r. M. Daily t Brldgeton eoly) addition! Service Snndsjs Holidays 41 r. at. Vineland A Wilmington and all polnta between U:ll P. H. Vineland to Bridcetoa Only BUSES LKAVB rUBIJO SERVICE TERMINAL , Viaeland, New Jersey Por Inforrastf... Phone Vineland 44 South Jersey Coach Lines , RACE TRACK BUS 5 DIRECT TO GARDEN STATE EXPRESS SERVICE Daily (except Sunday) until Sept. 14 Leave Terminal. .. .11:90 A.M. Return following last race. $1.50 Rd. Trip plus Federal Tax Public Service Terminal H So. West Boulevard PHONE 440 which was preceded by a tureen supper. The committee in charge of the supper included Mrs. Mary Jones, Mrs. Hazel Lucas, Mrs. Rae Hofstetter and Miss Elizabeth Ho-bart. ... Anniversary Party A surprise party was tendered Mrs. James De Falco by her husband, Sunday afternoon at the DeFalco residence, south Delsea Drive, in honor of their first wedding anniversary. Mrs. De Falco received many beautiful gifts, including a bouquet of gladioli and a corsage of roses and gardenias from her husband. Refreshments were served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D Falco and son, Thomas; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Amadel and daughters, Elsie and Lillian; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hocker and children, Minerva and Anthony; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fearis and daughter, Marie; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yacovelli and daughter, Joyce; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Angelucci and son, James; Edward Manlero and Mr. and Mrs. De Falco. freshments will be served. . Girl Scout Troop 1 Constructive discussions of the troop highlighted the first Fall meeting of the Girl Scours of Troop 1, held at the Beth Israel Synagogue. The girls chose the two people they would most like to have In a troop. A discussion of the County Fair concluded the meeting. Those attending were Elaine Brotman, Ethel Rosen, Sonya Bar-sky, Lillian Lihn, Sonya Gottleib, Ruth Weitzman. Dorla Schnell, Selma Shatz, Laura Hochhelmer, Natalie Mazor. Joanne Potter, Muriel Kaiser, Ruth Zarge, Miriam WolfT, Silvia Graiffe. Sandra Joseph, Joan Snyder, Silvia Shapiro, Eleanor Bardfeld, and Phyllis Lankin. ... St. Theresa, Society Plans have been completed for a card party to be held September 25 at St. Mary's Hall, Malaga, it was announced at a meeting of the St. Theresa Society, held September 9. Prizes will be awarded Star of Victory Ixtdge Members of the Past Commanders Association were honored at the regular meeting of the Star of Victory Lodge, No. 73, Order Activities Calendar (Ed. Nnte Organizations deaiflnn tn poat noticea of evente In this calendar are requested to do ao at least one week in advanca by telephoning Social Editor). FRIDAY SO P. M. Vineland Coiindl of Church Women. Fall Rally meeting. Flrat Presbyterian Church. MONDAY P. M. Baker, McHal. Panilno Poat 409 meet at the Borough Hall. Newfleld, on tha first and third Monday of each month. of the Shepherds of Bethlehem. Paul Hogan presided. Mrs, Ann Tcmperino and Mrs. Ellen Turner were admitted as new members of tha lodge. Priues were awarded. Refreshments were served by Matthias Kassner and his committee. Women Malaga Scouts Youth Group Plant College News By Margaret Coomh Wa back tha Girl Scouta whole. heartdly so we were very glad to hear tha Malaga Parent-Teacher Association will sponsor a new troop In their area. At a meeting In th Malaga School, Miss Alene Lincoln, of Woodbury, outlined plana and Miaa Barbara Peech and Miss Julia Rubino announced their intentions of enrolling for a two-month leadership course which begins next month. The Malaga girls between tha ages of 10 and 14 years are eligible, aa well as girls from Lake ana oiner nearoy communities. . Lottie Ladenburger was appointed vice president of the Jewish Youth Group upon the resignation of Sylvia Goldberg at a recent meeting of the organiza tion. She'i also in charge of the dramatic group which will give Its first performance Dec. 2. Further plans of the group include a Sadie Hawkins Day Dance on Nov. 4. ... College News: Charles Smith, of Sherman ave., has returned to hia studies tat Hargrave Military Academy In Virginia. . . . Dea Man- clnl has returned to Montclair State Tenchers College where he is entering her junior year. She's the daughter of Mr. and Mil. John Manclnl. of Sll Elmer at. ... Bemire Scrlvanl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Scrlvanl, of Chestnut and Lincoln aves , has also returned to Montclair wher she's a Junior. ... Milton Ratner has left for Tampa University In Florida. He's tha aon of Mr. "and Mrs. Morris Ratner, of ,104 north Second st. a . Gloria Claneagllnl and Ethel Gotsdlner have joined the ranks of notary publlca. They were sworn In yesterday. Let us sav here once more that all engagement aent to us for publication In the Times-Journal must be signed with the sender's name and address. Then we'll he only too glad to publish them for ine renaers. . Dorothv Inihnff nnrl Mrs. Mai-tun Vonrtourts have returned to lyis Angeles, Calif., after visiting tn Vineland. Their mother Mri Sarah Imhoff, was formerly em ployed as district clerk for the Vineland-Landis school. Ther are at least 1,900 known arietie of moaqultoe. A rat Is said to do at least on dollar's worth at damage a year nn th farm and twice that mucn In tha city. Tha total annual damage la estimated at $200,000,000. Award Ham Birihs A son was born to Mr. and Mra. Joseph La no, of north Eaat ave. and Central Railroad, at New-comb Hospital, September 10. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creamer of 74 south Valley sve. in Millvlll Hospital, Sept. 8. When Columhua landed st what la known now as Puerto Rico, It was the first and only time that his feet trod on what is now U. 8. territory. Beautiful Nearby Country Home TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 16th 2 P. M. .' Hale M ill fie Held On The Premise EAST SIDE OF (iRANDVIEW AVENUE 2nd House North of Park Ave. Vineland, N. J. CnnilnUng of one plot of land, having a frontage ot HI) feet. With a dfpth of 17J feet, mure nr lean. The dwelling la a modern bungalow with larga floored aftln which can he made Into 2 additional room with llttia (XDenae. lraa cemented cellar with hot air heatlnc avatein. oil burner, elm trle DiiniD. new lee- trio watir heater with bJ gallon tank, gas connection In cellar lor apenaa. ', alwtiie pitmp, new aiec- leundiv purpose. Hionn eah, wreena. fVir entire house. Klrat floor, ha neaiiiiiui living room, dining room, modern Kltcnen. wltn um in eup hoard, wiring for electric range gna available. t.lnoleim in kitchen and bathioom. Two brilrooma. hain with (hower, linen oliwets, excellent floor, houe boaiitlfully docoraled throughout, IMMKDIATH VOSSKKKlON. TKKMS on rtKAi. K.-I'ATK. 10 on day of aala, th balance within thirty days, clear of em-iinibram'e. l'etminal property. 9li Huga. with two runnoia. mahogany dek, O. E. roneole Flalhi, nearly new awing rocker, davenport. r&Unl chair, bookrnee, S table lamp, floor lamp, 2 lamp table. dinrig room et. In mahogany, Duncan l'hyln tahle I extension tablet buffet, springe, boa typ mattreea. inner spring, pair of pillows, niarbUe top nreaaar with mirror, vanity and benrh, nig 9x12 with pad, baby grlb, mattress, I'hlhl'a dresser, sewing nine-nine, while, metal bed modern, atyle child Oeek & rhlr, library table, matr.hed armchair A rorkerv hand woven rug 5x7, G. K. titove, rtifrigeratiT cubic feet, steel cabinert, Jawnmower, I'hiM'a play pen, baby rralea. taylor tot. go rart, wardrobe trunk, steel kttrhen stool, dishes, odds and ends too numerou to mention. TERMS ON PERSONAL I'KOPKRTT: CASH on day or as I. For Inspection and further detnlli, call tn person at offlae ot f. 1884 - AUCTIONEERS REALTORS' HSamyaflSHi 431 Ijimlii Ave. Vineland, X. J. ' . C SCHWARZMAN A 13 pound ham, awarded by members of the Tabernacle Society of Sacred Heart Church, was won by Edward Cavagnaro, of Garden rd. DIGESTIVE MGT And Stop Doling Your Stomach With Soda and Alkallaers Don't expect to let real relief from basdseh. sour stomach, ( and bad breath by taking soda and other alkslissrs tt to true cause of your trouble is constipation. In this case, your real trouble Is not In th stomach at all. But in ths intestinal tract whara 80 of your food Is di(eited. And when the lower pert (its blocked food may fall to digest properly. What you wint for real relief I some-thing to "unblock" your lower Intentinsl tract. Something to dean it out (Securely help Nature get bsck on her feet. Get Carter's Pills right now. Take them as directed. They gently and effectieely "unblock" your digestive tract. This permits sll & of Nature's own digastiv juices to mix better with your food. You get genuine relief from Indigestion se you can fed really rood agaio. , Get Carter's Pills st any dragsters CM. "Unblork" your intestinal tract tor real rauaf pom indigestion.) ' PHILADELPHIA CAMDEN THERl GOES THE BOSS 7 -7 BY BUS!) HERx r (USES LEAVE VINELAND AM. 1.25 Sit 00 10 100 lie too WKKOAYJ A.M. 25 11! .0S 5 40.05 10.55 11 05 ll.iS f.M. 12.05 12 35 1.05 1 15 205 2 15 505 15 4.05 . 10 II M. IS 05 15 05 IS 35 IS 35 15 15 SATURDAYS s 1 5.25 . SA. I p M. 00 ! " 12.05 ' 4 15 W ? IMS 5.05 ' 09 ! i OS 5 15 '10 J ' 25 05 S 1 fiS HI " 5 1.05 15 5 1 25 90S - JS 405 10.55 11.55 Am. ndayi !5 V " P.M. pi "ii as Hi ' JSI 11 " HI 1 15 J-M 10 05 ??? IU15 I WC..- C8,TI"MINAL wjva.a n..r Lai, AnmM ,n"N VINCLAND 440 li 15 A erA u AVENA'S JEWELRY STORE First In America To Present THE GREATEST SCHOOL PEN i EVER INVENTED! ei wsm ROCKET BALL PEN ' It WRITES 15 YEARS WITHOUT FILLING! It's Shaped Like A Pencil, 1i Inches Long. It Does Everything A Pencil Doe; Better. yco INK WORRIES! Filled At Factory with A IS Year Supply! Protective point protector. , Click it and write, click It and park it. No cap to low. Slip clip, clip it anywhere, on shirt, sweater, pocket, book-cover, notebook or belt. Mother & Dad, start your girl and boy for school with a rocket pen. It ia an incentive for better, neater work with less mistake. ONLY $3.85 (No Luxury Tax) NOT ONLY FOR STUDENTS BUT FOR EVERYBODY It'i out of this world! 84, inspection point assure you of a pen never before offered with so much for so many yearg t so small a cost! Includes rocket launcher desk stand and gift box. 8 colors red, blue, black, gold, silver and green. Service Agreement If your Reynolds Rocket tuns dry at any time within six year from date of purchase, it will be re-filled without charge. Thereafter, refilling will cost 50c. If the Reynolds Rocket fails to write for any other reason than exhaustion of ink supply, return it to factory with 50c and it will be repaired or replaced" at our option. REYNOLDS PEN CO, 1550 N. FREMONT ST., CHICAGO 22, ILL. IMPORTANT NOTE Limited numher of pens received on this "First In America" shipment, restricts this sale t but three days. 3 DAYS ONLY! ONE TO A CUSTOMER! , No Phone or Mail Orders and No Reservations! SALE STARTS AT OPENING TOMORROW MORNING! (IN 1P4S REYNOLDS STARTLED THE WORLD WITH THE FAMOUS No. 200 BALL PEN TO-DAY REYNOLDS PENS ARE THE FINEST BALL PENS IN EXISTENCE ALL NEW AND REVOLUTIONARY FRODUCTS IMFROVED OVER THE ORIGINAL PEN. THE FIRST AUTOMOBILE, THE FIRST REFRIGERATOR, THE FIRST TELEPHONE.- THE FIRST WORKABLE BALL PENS! ALL HAVE BEEN IMPROVED., AVENA'S JEWELRY STORE 516 So. 7h Street "Plenty of Parking Space" VINELAND Cover be Psieni i l 47 b1 D-1 V. other Patent pendin. e-Teeta hrw trial the Reyrmlile ROTKBT will wn for years VMhniit rralliet i' the avereje ler. fnmrint rml? el fl y(fifree eviirer W fVn'tel! C.3.A. AY fill Mil ! Thurs. Sept. 12 Fri. Sept. 13 Sat. Sept. 14 JPSl. NNUALLY, we buy hundreds of thousands dollars worth of merchan- dise. Occasionally, we err in estimating volume. These "mistakes' we set aside, adopt the attitude of good losers at a horserace and take the loss gracefully. Our loss is your gainl For three days Thursday Friday Saturday -you will find a vast array of goods on our counters that sold as high as $5.00 now selling low as 99c. Remember! despite these almost incredible reductions, every item you select still carries our time-honored full guarantee for quality 1 and serviceability! However, because of the extremely low prices, we can-" not make any exchanges. WOMEN'S DRESSES 99c Beautiful pun rayoni . . . moitly mimmer style . . ' mud of material ona yard of which originally cot more. Small tizea. $1.99 WOMEN'S DRESSES . . . Fint cottong and rayona . . . distinctive sleeveless and short sleeve style ... originally up to $4. 12 to 20. POLO SHIRTS 2 for 99c White with red and blue atripe ... amali, medium and large sizea. Second of $1.29 values. A buy of buys! HANDBAGS" 99c (Fed. Tax Extra) In fabrics and leatherettes. Fall colors. Novelty crash bags in lighter colors. Originally $2.88 & $3.98. 1 PC. PLAYSUIT . 99c Wear It now or next summer! Short attached to a perfect fitting bra. Originally three times thia pric. 2 PC JAMMETTES 99c Fast color percale ... 2 pc. pajama ... sleeveless, and knee length. Red or blue stripe on white background. 32 to 38. WOMEN'S SHORTS 99c Sanforized gabardines In a variety of light colors. Originally up to three times this price. 12 to 18. WOMEN'S SLACK SETS One-of-a-kind! Plain colors and figures in rayons. Originally up to three time this pric. 12 to 18. STEP-IN GIRDLE $1.99 Originally up to twice this price In nude shade with wide bands of lastex separated by heavy brocaded coutil . -abdominal support. 26 to 33. BRAS . . .777: 2 for 99c Contour developing and perfect fitting . . . tanforized . . . originally twice this price ... 32 to 38. Limited quantity. A LL-ELASTEX GIRDLE $2.99 ... 99c Knit of a black and white yarn, thus lending it a dark grey tinge . . in small, medium and large sizes PETTI BLOUSE ... 99c White rayon tailored blouse attached to a "non-ride-up" slip ... adjustable bottoms. . . . Originally 5 times thia price. 32 to 38. KITCHEN - - TOWELS ....4 for 99c Highly absorbent in whll, with colorful prints ,,. Originally twice this size! LADIES RAYON PANTIES . 3 pr. for 99c No-run rayon . . . step-in type . . . elastic around the back . . . band front . . Tea rose shade. DICKIES 2 for 99c In top-quality cottons and rsyons ' . , i white and pastel shades . . . attractive stripes and figures. ALL-WOOL SLIPOVERS $1.99 A staggering assortment In red, brown, gold and many other colors ... Sloppy Joes All sizes. SKIRT LENGTH APRONS . 99c Made of Frult-of-the-Loom prints ... bib front , . . slipover types, Covers any dress from neck-to-foot. 2 PC JERKIN SUIT .... $3.99 Adorable Fall shades ... matching mannish-type vests . . . Exactly one-half Its original price. SLACKS 7777 99c Originally up to three times this price! A limited quantity of sanforized cottons and rayons ... 12 to 16. INFANTS' DRESSES.. 99c Acres and acres of Infant's dresses In delightful print sheers ... sizes to 3. CHILDREN'S DRESSES 99c In serviceable percales ... ruffles around neck and sleeve . . . sizes from T to 12. CHILDREN'S PINAFORES 99c Can be worn as an apron at home ... or aa a school frock with sweater . . Size. up to 6x. CHILDREN'S BLOUSE 99c 'Beautiful rayons and cottons, tailored and fussy styles ... up to 14. CHILDREN'S SLACK SETS 99c One and two pc. styles in a limited quantity. Ideal for after-school! Originally up to three times this price! LADIES SKIRTS . $1.99 Wool and rayon in plain colors and novelty effects, nested and gored. 24 to 30. CORDUROY SHORT ALLS 99e Cute) as a button with bib front and suspenders. For boy or girl up to six. Originally up to three times this price. INFANTS' RUBBERIZED PANTS ...v;. 4for99c Made of a durable, long-wearlngr synthetic . rubber coated fabric. Originally twic this price! Limited quantity. CHILDREN'S ALL-WOOL SWEATERS .....$1.99 Red, brown, green, gold, navy ... Sloppy Joe styles ... 7 to 14 ... Not all sizes In ch color. GARMENT BAGS $1.99 A household 'must". Transparent plastlo that will hold six garments. BUREAU SCARVES ... 3 for 99c White Jinene with a heavy torchon lace edge. BRIDGE SETS . . . $1.99 Originally more than twlcs this prlea. Pastel shades with the daintiest stenciled designs. ROUDOIR CHAIR COVER ...99c In colorful chintz with ruffled bottom .., A Sure-Fit product. Originally threa times as much! PRINTED Toweling 2 yds. for 99c Originally D9c-a-yard! Used for curtains as well as kitchen use! CALLOWAY FACE CLOTHS... 4 for 99c Limited 4-to-a-buyer. Highly absorbent. A sensational bargain Indeed! White with colored border. HOB NAIL CRIB SPREADS.. $1.99 Large enough for the extra large crib ... 4.1x72 ... In pink, blue, white ... Originally more. LADIES SKIRTS ... 99c Tubable rayons in pastel shades ... Originally three times thfa price! 24 to 30. LISLE BRIEF" PANTIES.... 2 for 99c Durable white cotton . . . rib cuff that hugs body snuggly elastic waist ... small, medium and large sizes. Originally 69c a pr. SPORT HANKIES ... 4 for 99c In fine cotton batiste, colprful patterns, large sport size. Originally one-half more! THURS. SEPT. 12 FRI. SEPT. 13 SAT. SEPT. 14 Many of the items advertised are "Short Lots", and many other "Short Lots" are not included in this advertisement. Therefore, come early and take your pick of the crop! 1. C. SCHWAEM 729 LAMDIS AVENUE "Growing With Your Confidence Since 1932 v V . ml

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