Allentown Messenger from Allentown, New Jersey on July 19, 1956 · 4
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ALLENTOWN MESSENGER, MONMOUTH COUNTY, N. J. Thursday. July 19 W56 ALLENTOWN MESSENGER J. W. NAYLOR Founder 1903-1952 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Mi Allen town, Monmouth County, N. J., by BESSIE R. NAYLOR Owner and Publisher 1952-1956 ELLIS F. HULL Owner, ' STAFF Ellis F. Hull. Editor William B. Mannering, Assistant Editor William B. Mannering, Superintendent Mary E. Tracy, Assistant Superintendent Nola Mannering. Billing Clerk Phone Allentown 9-7171. Entered as second-class matter November m. 1993, at the post office at Allentown. New Jersey, under the Act of Congress of March at ibiv. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Or year $2.50 Kx months 1.25 Sane months .75 AROUND HOME Mrs. Charles Barclay is visiting . with Mr. and Mrs. August Peters for a short time. iMrs. J. H. Allen has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John R. Smith at Ortley Beach for the past ten days. Byron Flock, who has been suffering from an infection for over a month is now showing a marked improvement. Billy Jes-son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jesson of Circle Drive Rob-binsville; is making a good recovery from a broken right arm. Robert Matthews of Trenton spent several days visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Emley and family of Quinn Road. Mrs. Irene Tmdall of Hamilton Square was a Sunday dinner guest of ner son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Grover A. Tindall of Lakeview Drive. Miss Esther Messier, who has been confined in Mercer Hospital, Trenton, as a result of an accident, returned home Sunday. Mi-ss Messier is much improved. Judy Ireland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ireland, underwent surgery at Dr. Farmer's Private Hospital hist week. Dr. Irving Levy was the attending physican. Upper Freehold Township Committee News On July 11, 1956, the regular meet ing of Upper Freehold Township Committee was called to order by Mayor Frank M. Smith Sr. Commit teemen Walter E. Golden and Walter Polhemus were present, as were the various other townsnip officials. Health Officer Herman Lavan reported to the committee on the success of the Salk vaccine program entered into jointly by the township and Allentown Borough. Arrangements will be made for future shots and announced later. Mr. Lavan also discussed with the committee the problem of the slum housing situation, and stated that he felt the greatest was the relocating of any families deprived of a place to live by the vast cleanup campaign that is to be conducted in . conjuction with the new sanitary and health code. Copies of the new code are now available and may be obtained from the Clerk. The committee discussed the free rabies innoculations for all registered township dogs, and decided to wait until Fall to carry out this annual program. There was a special meeting of the Township Committee held June 27 for the purpose of issuing the 1956-57 alcoholic beverage licences. Applications were accepted and licenses issued to Chris Sigelkow, trading as Maxwell House, Abe Seidel, trading as. The Oasis and Joseph Lapides, trading as Hornerstown General Store. Because of the delay of the July meeting due to the holiday, bills that had already been presented were paid at this meeting. The total amount of disbursements from both meetings amounted to $34,557.28, of which amount $24,141.73 went to the custodian of, school funds and $2,404-.58 went to C. H. Sutphen for road work. Our Boys in Service Specialist Third Class Ronald A. Angel, whose wife, Lois, lives in Wrightstown, recently took part in a duration field training exercise with the 3d Armored Division in Germany. Specialist Angel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Angel, 1529 Broadhead St., Pittsburgh, is a radio operator in Headquarters and Service Company of the 32d Tank Battalion. He entered the Army in May 1955 and received basic training at Fort Dix. He arrived in Europe last May. and Cadet Joseph R. Lynch, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs jvir. Mrs. Ausust Peters- and i Mv a m.- .Tncenh T T.vnrh m aaugn.er, Donna, were Sunday dinner i winHino- Wnv Yn.Hvillp. is receiving- ing this Summer at Fort Rilev. Kan., under the Army ROTC. -program. ' The training, which ends Aug. 3, includes firing, tactics and bivouac". A 1951 graduate of Hamilton High School at Trenton, Lynch is attending the University of Notre Dame. Charles' Barclav August Meters- and . M.- A Mr lgh'.cr, Donna, were Sunday dinner ! Windinc- Wav Yardv T' nd M?i R!chal'd Sat-: six weeks of trainin Mr-, I;. S. Book and Miss Betty Ann Snyder have been visiting Cape Cod, Mass.. and Lake George, N. Y., together with other points of interest in the New England States. Mrs. John ?Iendrickson of St Petersburg,. Fla.. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Higgins and other friends and former neighbors in this vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cordery of Chesterfield were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cunningham and daughters Nancy and Carrol of Seattle, Wash., called on Mrs. J. H. Allen Wednesday. Mr. Cunningham is atttending school at Fort Monmouth. Mr. and (Mrs. Curtis Clayton and son Ronald were Friday night visitors with Mrs.. Allen. The Rev. .Hugh Jansen of New York City is spending a few days with his ..parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jansen. Mr. Jansen will have charge of St Michael's -Church, .Mar.blehead, Mass., and starting September 1 he will be curate at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church in HoLlis, Long Island, N. Y. Mrs. Val Rosiak Jr. entertained Tuesday, July 17, in honor of the fifth birthday of her son Val Rosiak III. In addition to members of his family, young Val's guests included Thomas Terry Dennis, Patricia and Frank Sinkewicz and Jeffrey and Carol Davison. - . - ' ,..- Mrs. A. C. Gould of Amarillo, Texas; is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Runner for three weeks. Miss Janet Runner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Runner, will return with Mrs. Gould, visiting in Amarillo, Texas, Eagle Nest, N. M., and Denver, Colo, after which she will return home by plane. At the regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Hope Fire Company, held at the home of Mrs. J. Wesley Dennis Monday evening, they bad a picnfe and also gave a surprise stork shower for one of their members, Mrs. Francis Elgrim. Those present were Mrs. Byron Flock, Mrs. Alvin R. -Smith, (Mrs. Melvin E. Klink, Mrs. Fred Johnson, Miss Cecelia Johnson, Mrs. Charles Baldwin, 'Mrs. Donald Parks, Mrs. Floyd Davison, IMrs. Walter D. Fanner, Miss Betty Mikulag and Mrs. Ralph Davison. Mayor Nelson E. Wilbur, accompanied by Mrs. Wilbur and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mannering, attended the dedication of Monmouth College and its new 80-acre campus at Shadow Lawn, West Long Branch, Sunday afternoon, July 15. United States Senator Clifford P. Case vwas the main speaker. After the dedication ceremonies the large crowd was given an opportunity to inspect the interior of this' famous showplace. After certain changes are made, the grounds and seven major buildings will provide ample room for 3,000 students. The campus center is 128-room Woodrow Wilson Hall. Its fireproof steel and Indiana limestone construction is ideal for classrooms and offices. It has been called "The Versailles of America." The beautiful lawns, woods and walks of Shadow Lawn comprise one f the most handsome college cam-fuse in the country. The dedication ceremonies climaxed a week-long vrogram at the new home of Mon- taouth College. AROUND HOME The annual picnic of Hope Fire Company will be held Sunday, July 29, at Bamber Lake. Saturday morning Hope Fire Company was called when fire destroyed the dairy barn owned by Edgar Emley on the Hornerstown-New Egypt Road. Wednesday afternoon the firemen were called to the Charles I. Smith farm on the Imlaystown Road where the wheat field caught fire. The fire was nearly out when the firemen arrived. The Allentown First Aid Squad was called Saturday afternoon to Cross-wicks when Lt. Russell Tupper and his wife failed to return from a canoe ride on Crosswicks Creek. Lieutenant Tupper's body was recovered Sunday afternoon. His wife's body has not yet been found at this writing. The Allentown First Aid Squad has been very active in the search for her body, Saturday evening Luis Ebron of the Perlman farm was taken to St. Francis Hospital.- Monday evening Albert Rogers, of the Yardville Road was taken to the Garden State Nursing Home near Holmdel. A group of ladies from the Allentown Methodist Church spent a very enjoyable day in Ocean Grove Wednesday . visiting with Mrs. - Charles Whilden and Mrs. James H. Graham. Included in the day's outing was a tour through the Methodist Home for the Aged and the Bancroft Taylor Rest. Home. The latter is a home for retired missionaries. .Those who made the trip were Mrs. Millie Schulz, Mrs Ethel Book, Mrs. Fred Schlottman Sr.. Mrs. William Meyers, Mrs. Gus tav Schmidt, Mrs. Nelson E. Wilbur, Mrs. Harry Williams Sr., Mrs. Elea nor Sherrard, Mrs. George Parry, Mrs. Nelson Parks, Mrs. J. W. Ferguson, Mrs. John D. Merwin, Mrs. Henry Scheese, Mrs. Mary S. Laird, Mrs. Elvin Kirby and Mrs. Joseph Camp. Boy Scout Troop No. 180 of Allentown left on a week's visit to New York State and to the New England States Saturday. H. W. Hutchison, Scout leader, and Thomas Hutchinson, chairman of the troop committee, are in charge. The troop left in "Bertha", it's privately owned bus, and will visit Lake Campside, in Cats-kill State Park, N. . Y.; Sacandaga Campside, near Speculator, N. Y.; Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont, and Black Rock Pond near Thomaston, Conn. ' They will return to Allentown this coming Saturday. The following Scouts are on the trip: Danny Snyder, Kervin McQuillen, Richard Kervan, Thomas Hutchinson, George Honadle, John Schoen, Rich-hard Switlick, Gordon Schindle, Harvey Pinkerton, Clayton West, Edward Rockhill, Dave Rockhill, .Richard Laird, Jack Chaplick, Jimmy Hutchinson, Burling Bowne, Buddy D'Agos-tino, Richard Potter and Billy War-inner. Public Auction Personal Property and Home Furnishings AT IMLAYSTOWN, N. J. Palmer Avenue Road, between Coxes Comer, Route 524, and Imlaystown, Route 526, four miles east of Allentown. ON . Saturday, JULY 2 1st, 1956 Starting at 11:00 a. m. Having sold my home and moving to other furnished quarters, I will offer and sell, without reserve, the following articles: , 117-Diece dinner set. service for 12: 2 ice tea sets, cut and pressed glass, carnival glass,. 15-piece iridescent china canister set. Frigidaire refrig erator, electric stove, three-burner oil stove, and other electric appliances, Pvrex . dishes, aluminum ware and oraier cooking utensils, kitchen cabinet, 10-piece dining room set, including china closet, buffet, mirror, serving table and round table, with six leaves and chairs: table linens, some sterling silver and Dlated silverware, cherry drop-leaf table, with carved legs, old; copper inlaid Mosaic stand and several other stands, VERY OLD GRAVY BOAT, LADLE AND SAU CER, LEEDS SOFT PASTEWARE 1790: tilt-top card table, mahogany card table, Singer sewing machine, flat irons, 2 table radios, 2 TV chairs, rockers and straight-back chair, sev eral wall mirrors, brass clothes tree, umbrella stand, mantel clock, end tables, floor and table lamps, folding screen, commode and other sick-room equipment, bathroom scale, pair rock maple twin beds, springs and mattresses, double bed, cherry; bed linen, quilts, blankets, three 9x12 rugs, drapes, grass throw rugs, studio couch, pair mahogany candlesticks, some pictures, vacuum cleaner, Fuller sweeper, Aladdin kerosene lamp, double-barrel shotgun, several potted plants, flower stands and racks, garden tools, DO-It-Yourself tools, 2 lawn mowers, one power, and many other items, too numerous to mention. By order of CARL H. GLAESEL. Chas. M. Woolley, Auctioneer. Telephone Allentown, N. J., 9-3021. Lunch available. Owner or auctioneer will not be responsible for accidents to any per son or persons on or about the premises. July 12 2t Byer's Rexall Drug Store Phone 9-8121 Allentown, N. J. No LOWER PRICES ANYWHERE 60c Pamper Shampoo, 2 for..... 50c Kolynos Tooth Paste, 2 for $1.50 Home Permanents, now 2 for .., $2.10 Eve in Paris Sets, now....- $2.00 Lustre Cream Shampoo..... 89c 69c $1.50 1.00 1.59 TRY YOUR DRUG STORE FIRST ! PUBLIC SALE Every Wednesday BOYER SALES, Inc. NEW EGYPT, N. J. Sale starts at 12:30 p. m. with dairy stock. Beef cattle, calves and hogs at 3:00 p. m. We sell everything on commission. For the best price, let us do your selling. COMMISSION: Calves 5 per cent Cattle 2 per cent or minimum of $3.00 per head. All livestock picked up on Tuesday and Wednesday. We will conduct farm sales on small commission basis. . Call us on New Egypt 4451. WALTER PRICKETT, Sales Manager, NEW EGYPT. N. J. Allentown Tri-County Softball The Allentown softball team has announced that the Bill Gollnick benefit game collection amounted to $53. The players were all glad to see quite a few people at the game. They hope that you will come to some of their regular league encounters. They play a home game next Monday evening, July 23 at the Allentown High School field. Game time is 6:45 p. m. There will also be a home game' Thursday evening, July 26. So come up to the ball field and see some great softball games. Allentown Splits in Little League Our Little League team has played four games since last reported in the Messenger, winning two and losing two, The scores were as follows: Allentown Jabobstown . Allentown Fort Dix 21 2 7 12 Allentown Chesterfield Allentown 12 White Hone 6 Allentown has won 9 and lost 6 so far this year,, and is currently tied for second place. There will be no games for Allentown this week, since most of the boys are touring the New England states with the Boy Scouts. Our next game will be Tuesday, July 24, aigainst White Horse at the Chesterfield diamond. Allentown Church Notices. St. John's Church John L. Callahan, pastor. Sunday Masses, 8 :30 and 10 :30. Methodist Church John D. Merwin, pastor. 10:00 a. m.. Sunday School. Colored film- strips on the life of Moses. 11 :00 a. m.. union worship service in the Methodist Church. Philip Brown preaching. " Union A. M. E. Church Frank Davis. pastor. 10:00, Sunday School. Superintendent, Miss Helen Van Orkey. 10:30. Bible Class. 11:00, morning service. Experience may ,be a eood teacher. but most (people who have taken it find the tuition for the night courses quite nigh. Exclusive Agency for Yardley Products Prince Matchabelli Perfumes Shulton's Old Spice Coty's Cosmetics and Perfumes Shop in Allentown, where you can buy the best in quality! Towne Toys 2 Church Street Allentown, New Jersey Joanie Walker Dolls They Walk and They Talk $1.89 each also Eighteen Different Styles of Dresses 89 cents each New. Stock ; '" "of: . Model Airplanes 29 cents and up Badminton Sets Rackets, net and shuttlecock $4.98 Plastic Beach Balls .69c .79c .98c Plastic Beach Sets .89c Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 6 p. m. to 8 p. m. all day Saturday , . LOANS For Any Farm Purposes. CO-OPERATIVE FARM CREDIT ASSOCIATIONS FEDERAL LAND BANK Mortgage Loans. PRODUCTION CREDIT Operating Loans. Freehold S-1192 or Hightstown 8-0992. Livestock Auction Every Wednesday Nile AT FREEHOLD, N. J. 7 p. m. Beef cows, calves, pigs, heifers, bulls, steers, sheep, hogs and dairy cows bring top prices here. Send your cattle here. We pick up your way every week. Purebred and grade fresh cows and springers for sale. Also stock bulls and heifers. HENRY ZLOTKIN, Freehold, N. J. Phone 8-0956 or 8-0248. May 31-tf Cesspools Dug French drains and grease traps installed. French drains, $1.25 per foot. A. KEMBLE & SON Pemberton, N. J., R. D. Phone Amherst 7-0699-J-3. June 28 4 1 Cesspools, Septic Tanks Grease Traps Cleaned. Move 1.000 trallons for St 5. Wnrlr guaranteed, fast service. HUGHE HARRISON Cookstown, N. J. Phone New Egypt 1-3237, reverse charge. AUCTION Every Thursday 1 P.M. ROUTE 39. COLUMBUS, N. J. STEERS, BEEF COWS, CALVES, CHICKENS, EGGS, MACHINERY HOGS, PRODUCE, FURNITURE- Consign Your Livestock to Us and Always Be Sure of Getting Top Price. COMMISSION Calves 5 per cent, or minimum of 50c Cows 2 per cent, or minimiirri of $3.00 Hauling can be arranged Columbus Farmer's Market Owned and Operated by Tallman Brothers Auction, Inc. Phone Amherst 7-0465-M "It's the Thrifty Farmer Who Buys and ells at Tallman Brothers Auction, Inc." Was All In Ensrineer I am all in. Vv Kooti running around all Aav trvinv tn o-t something for my wife. JtTiena Have you had any offers? Nov OPEN for Your Inspection A Community of Split-Level and Ranch Homes With All The Big City Conveniences FHA and VA Approval Pending The Allentown $12,990 v A six room ranch home with Full Basement Finished Car Port, and Outside Cellar Way See All these Features i 3 Cross Ventilated Bedrooms Closets Galore Throughout Ceramic Tile Bathroom and Formica Work Counters in Kitchen Kitchen Vanity and Medicine Chest Built-in Oven 85 x 130 Fully Landscaped Counter Top Range Lot Finished Maple Cabinets Lennox Gas Heat Sliding Aluminum Windows 100 percent Rock Wool In- Colored Fixtures in Bath- sulation room The Borough $14,490 A 7-Room Split-Level VA Bathrooms See All These Features: Finished Garage 3 Spacious Bedrooms A large den that can be used as fourth bedroom Maple cabineted kitchen with built-in queen size closets Natural Finished Mahog- Choice of Colors: Wall Pa-any Doors per, Tile and Inlaid Large Dining Room in Both Models Exclusive Sales Agent ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE CO. 148 W. Hanover Street Trenton, N. J. LY 9-9593 OPEN 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. INCLUDING SUNDAY N. Main Street, Allentown, N. J. SINCLAIR POWER X We have Sinclair 5 gallon cans of oil and 35 pound pails of grease More Power When You Need It Tires, Tubes, Candy, Ice Cream, Soda, WONDER BREAD and BORDEN'S MILK STEVE'S SINCLAIR STATION 148 South Main Street Open 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. Allentown, N. J. Phone 9-3481 TOP SOIL $1.50 per cu. yard Fill Dirt and Gravel Cinder Blocks ED CAMPBELL Pinehurst Rd, New Egypt Phone Nw Egypt 1-5239. Call between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. May 24-tf Bulldozer Work Digging Cellars. -Grading. Call Hightstown 8-1124. Deo. 8 tf July Specials I 2H -quart Aluminum Pitchers, with ice lip, 99c. each. , . SoHd Brass Hose Nozzles, 89c each. Hamburg iBroilers, broils 6 hamburgers. $2.79 each. One-gallon Pour-spout Jug, regularly $4.25, special $3.55. Charcoal Briquets, , 10 pounds,, special 98c ' . TtaiA Haima ati4 Carden Buff Killer, $1.49. . M regularly $1.98, 98c. each. FREE I FREE! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY ! v o v. ni.fn mat. free to r. ij i ..rlfk onrh IDUT- chase of $1.00 or more of any items in our store. Holmes E. Larrison Headqnartcn for Hardware Phone 9-7181 Allentown, N. J- Buildings to Move All imDrovements. Will Holivoi. your property very cheap. No price over the telephone. At ManalaD&n. on TTio-Tiwow a. A miles from Freehold. HARRY N. FORMAN, Box 187, Freehold, N. J. Ma Phone Engliihtown 7-8B2L CATTLE and Hogs I am always in the market to buy your fresh cows, fat ca"i fat hogs or anything you nugn have for sale in cattle or h8' Also can furnish choice steer for your locker and feedersteew. Just call or write a card. Taylor Palmer & Son, Phone 7-6611 English town, N. J'

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