The Item of Millburn and Short Hills from Millburn, New Jersey on September 1, 1966 · 3
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The Item of Millburn and Short Hills from Millburn, New Jersey · 3

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Thursday, September 1, 1966
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All latex house paints are the same. Right? Wrong. Dutch Boy Latex Hout Pain makes the difference because K'f 100 pure acrylic latex, has greater durability and color retention and it's backed by nearly 200 years of house paint experience. Millburn'j P.lnt Spot and Wallpaptr SUDUflDAIL am fop xr . w urn WMiMm 8 MAIN ST., MILLBURN Center BHIVEN-IM FREE PARKING AT STORE , , . PHONI OR 4-10SJ Corner THE MAJORITY OF MATERIAL USED IN THIS COLUMN COMES DIRECTLY FROM THE VARIOUS UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. THE ITEM, HOWEVER, IS GLAD TO PUBLISH NOTES REGARDING STUDENTS SUBMITTED BY STUDENTS THEMSELVES. The recently released dean's list for the spring semester at mm Sales & Service Knift & Scissor Grinding SAWS FILED & SET MILLBURN GRINDING SHOP ISS Morris Tpk., Short Hifli DReiel MOM 0 NOTICE! 0 To All of Our Valued Customers: In view of the patriotic and religious significance of our National Holidays, we the undersigned will close our establishment on Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's, the 4th of July and Memorial Day. Please do not consider us independent. Far from It! We art doing this (and we fee) sure you, too, agree,) out of respect for , these holidays, and also so that our employees may enjoy them ... as we sincerely hope you will. So kindly anticipate your needs In advance, We will attend to them to the very best of abilities. Sincerely The Millburn Liquor Shop Millburn's Oldest Liquor Shop Elizabeth Waese, proprietor Free Delivery 36 Main St. DR 6-4886, DR 6-18860 ONLY $4 PER YEAR PER $100 36 MONTHS TO PAY l YOUR AUTO INSURANCE MAY BE INCLUDED) Amount Note Monthly Required Amount Payment $1,000 $1,119.96 $31.11 1.500 1,679.76 46.66 2,000 2,239.92 6122 2,500 2,800.08 77.78 3,000 3,359.88 93.33 3,500 3,919.68 108.88 170 ESSEX ST. MILLBURN, N. J. I Depoifi mured Up To 10,000.00 by fhe federal Deport niuronce Corp. Used Cars Also Financed At Low Rates BANKING HOURS Monday thru Friday 8:30 A.M. to 3:00 F.M-Walk-up Window-3:00 P.M. to 5.-00 P.M. " Saturday-10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. lilburn-Short Hills i:nii the University of Vermont Includes the name erf PATRICIA WILLIAMS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Williams, Jr.1 of Chaucer Road. She is a June graduate of the university. ROBERT S. DICKMAN, '66 and JEFFREY D. U)B, "6a, have been named to the dean's list at Union College, Schenectady, N.Y. iw the spring term. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dickman of Great Hills Road, is a physics major. Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Lob of Oakview Terrace is majoring in modern languages. Three Millburn High School alumnae have been named to the dean's list of scholars at Simmons College in Boston for the year. HELAINE C. MANDEL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mandel of Westview Road, will be a junior in the department of publication. At Simmons she is a member of S.D.S. and worked with the Northern Student Movement. SONDRA A. PERL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Perl of South Orange Avenue, will be a sophomore in the department of education. DIANNE C. HOAG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sackville Hoag of Homestead Court, will be a senior in the department of business. '. JUDITH NORMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Norman of E. Beechcroft Road, and BONNIE GARBER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gar-ber of Farview Road, will leave tomorrow to participate In the Smith College Junior Year Abroad program. Judy is a junior at Skidmore College and Bonnie is in her junior year at Mount Holyoke. Among 150 Newark College of Engineering students who took part this year in the college's Professional Development Program of summer employment was DARWIN P. ADAMS of Great Hills Road. He has been working as an engineering assistant with Technical Development Associates. Wafer Utility Again Offering Scholarships f American Water Works Foun- I dation scholarships, which are ( being offered again for the j coming school year, have been awarded to 27 students since the i program was begun in 1961, it was announced today by J. H. King, vice president of Com monwealth Water Company. Mr. King said that at least eight scholarships are awarded each year. four to children of American Water Works Com pany System employees, includ ing employees of Commonwealth Water Company, and four to children of residents served by the local utility and other American System companies. . American Water Works Company is the . nation's largest system of investor-owned water companies, comprising 86 water. utilities serving more than 4-500,000 residents of 500 community areas in 19 states, includ ing this community. The Amer ican Water Works Foundation scholarship program is support ed by these companies. Mr. King said each four-year scholarship is worth as much as $1,000 a year and a minimum of $250 a year. The . actual amount of each award depends on the tuition charged by the college selected by a scholarship winner and the financial need of the student. Winners may attend the college of their choice. The scholarship program is administered by Educational Service, of Princeton. A schol arship committee of prominent educators determines each year's winners. Folders explaining the program and including application blanks have been distributed to area public and private high schools, where cop ies may be obtained by inter' ested high school seniors. Mill bum Shcrf Hi tie tTfM, Jhvn,. Sept. 1, 156 Another Fun qo n V. EVANS Or) nw eoins nsl Register m The whole family can get in on the fun and healthy relaxation that only ice skating can provide! Top professional provide round-the-clock Instruction for Tiny Tot Prateener Teenager . Adultt Family Plane . . . Ladie Daytime Claim ... Free Practice Skating ...Weekly Fun F.ttt, Develop posture, coordination, m)( confidence. REGISTER NOW AT THE SCHOOL NEAREST YOUR HOME Daily from 10.00 e m. to 7:00 p.m. Fit. Sat until I p.m. VISIT OR CALL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ... MAKE IT A FAMILY AFFAIR ... DO IT NOW! RALPH 435 Eaex Strwt. Millburn, N. A, ORextl 59SJ 215 North Avenue, Wtsttield, N. J ADami 2-5740 FREE PARKINO WEE PRACTICE SESSIONS FAMILY ftA Ice Skating Apparel and Equipment Ralph Evans World Renowned Skating Teacher IfFrn frill j V " - , . ta eV P & LaM j l ,., Welcome Home to Good Pastry rKIUAT I Banana Layer Cake 1.04 Pecan Ring 68c SATURDAY Assorted Layer Cakes Blueberry Meltaway Ring . 86c , Closed Monday, Labor Day 95c & 1.26 ip 9 4 ' . J Warm up and go-go TROLL. COAT ...If ruiifid, brawny, yt fry casual, thWnppym wool melton "warm-up" coat top them !.., it' unbtiatahiet Ham attached hood, roomy amddh poektt with dovbU anap flap. Warm, oomfortabht ahearlini pil lining tip oof lot month nt axttmwua. Burgundy and 127 00 Navy M nE CLOTHIER to Men and Young Men 335 Millburn Ave. Open Thurs. fcves. ii . DR 6-0620 Last Call! ALL 1966 CHEVROLETS MUST GO SEE Al Geissler Form.rly Millburn Motor "at BARNES CHEVROLET, INC CR J-7M0 3 RIVER RD SUMMIT BA(SK S TOWirS BIGGEST COLLECTION OF BACK-T0SCH00L CASUALS! 1LUI AND fwNsw BLACK AND CORDO CALF BROWN AND BLACK We've the widest, most dazzling array of smartly sophisticated casual fall footwear ever. They're t h collegiate way of 6 ni"' APACHE MOCCASIN Comfortable, ttvl, popular Itie campui. T 13. 16" SIZI 13, 17.9t 8 FUTTER BROS. 333 MILLBURN AVE., MILLBURN OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS V 1 T

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