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- T TIM«S, JTiUUAY, MAY 12, S. S. CLUB MEETS WITH M4SS FRANCE CHRISTIE Fr*aoe« ChrUU*. daughUr or Mr and Mr*. John L. Chrlitl* of II Hryn Mmwr Avenue, entertained th« Inembe « of t h e S H Club tmit fUt- t i i d a y afternoon Those pr^acnt wer» M i n n C5r«c* f l u t i i e n l urg. )]!·· Ltlanch /immer- nmn, Min* O]«;R R Inert, Mlis Dor- « t l i V i h i t e und Miiis H u t h Holcopibc Y. W. C. A. GIRLS TO HIKE TO BLACK ROCK TOMORROW A ' Y 1 h i k e w i l l tie held t o m o r r o w fi r all r n f r n l e r g of the ! ' h ) « i r u l K h i 0 i t l o n H p T r t m e n t of t h e S d u n g \S o nit n n l h r l p t l a n Association The R l r l s w i l l \rn\f the m a i n '\ f t . 3 " CM lock on 1 w i l l h l k r i i | t h e 1 p n n s x j i a n i a Canal to Hlack Hoik T i r a t e An e n j o i I In p r o f r i m f f I sorts of cp' r t ^ i n l u d l i i K I".*P t i l l , has b*«n arrangrj Kadi Klrl « t l l brlna; a box supper find t h e r e · i l l b* a campflr* iiiwl . e n t e r t a i n i n g · lunt* hy the d'ff«rent §;rou»* * ANNUAL SUPPER OF THIRD CHURCH AfD DECEMBER 5 Memb«r« of the I.adl s A i d "«o f l e t j r of the T U r d 1 n «ln t nan . XThtirch have iplecim-Drcruirirr 5 ns * the date for t h e i r a n n u a l N u p p o r Tin · upper Is one; of tl lai K^st a f f a i i s of Its k i n d , and the w i men l u i \ e chos«n llx-fr- daje early to avoid i f poMlble,* ( o t i f l i c t i n g dates for olhei · venU of t h i s k i n d HOUSEWARMING FOR PATES Mr und Mm Michael P a t P of ( i n trf Street were tendered - housewarming; party list e v e n i n g 1\ the JDay Nursery Denartmpnt o f t i t Mount rarmel (,nild, of w h i c h M i * Pate, Is A member A h inrtsome 1 boudoir lamp wa* presented to her t by thi department PERSONAL Anne E C o n n e r f f 104 ( n tre Street has r e t n r n e i l h me i f t t M ·pending the p ist wrek M H i t l n ^ f In N e w York and Mtamford ( inn Ihc Buying Power of Your Dollar is Double at Urken Kohn's Mid-Season 4-Day Sale Saturday it Night! Public Manners fly Angela Patri ( A u t h o r of "A Schoolmaster in the Great City 1 *) Ther« ar* ioma p*opl« r who ha\* a «pecl«l »e of m a n n e r * f r p u M I c us* Tb» in a Divert ar« \ e r y vci-y bad-- «o tad t h a t It !· aiuinlililng t h a t their poiiciton ihould be proud of them and I n m i t upon displaying thrm In public Th« popular places for t h « display ar« th« itrcet cart, th« raJlroad stations and t h « waltiog l i n e -- ejpectally the car* What one protest! most about N the fact t h a t th* bad m»nner«d adulta actually Uach t h e i r code to their c h i l d r e n If they kept t h « d i s p l a y of bad breeding for t h e i r o w n p e i K c n a l .onnumptlon th« m a t t e r w o u l d end t h e r e But they don t A womun was o c c u p l n g a^seat in a cr » d d car and beside her. t a k i n g u p another seat aut h e r t w o e » r i l l c h i l d H o m grown people were standing u p a l l about h e r O n o ^ p e r i K n a f t e r another entered, looked at the c h i l d and the mother, ind e \ i d e n t l decided to accept the · I t o a t l o n An e l d e r l ) lady entered and stood In fr mt of t h e c h i l d The m o t h e r gazad s t r n l i f h t ahead In s t o n d e t e r m i n a t i o n She f e l t the opposition of the people but the onb sign she made waa to place her hand on h a knees of the child and an) ' B i t s t i l l A \ o u n j f man, iprtmjf to his feet n n d ga\e the elderly woman tils place and t o l d the mother what he t h o u g h t of her It waan't at all pleasant and e % e r j b o d wa* glad when t h e m o t h e r a n d t h e c h i l d left t h e c a r In a n u i h t r c a i a m o t h e r and IK r ! - c i r old son w e r e riding d u r i n g t h e r u s h h o u r A tired looking woman stood In front of them. Th* t N K a \ e t h e w u t n a n his a*at w h t i c i p o n h i s mother upbraided h i m ~auil 1 h \ \ h n t a i l I H \ ou a n ' N w v u l l hue to s t a n d all the * n \ h c m e \ \ h a t do ·. ou t h i n k J p i 1 t n! k t l f r r " " So somebody else « u d i dt ' \Txt t i m e j o u h a \ e i i' I »ep It \\Ticn your* older \ on 11 k n » 1 e t t c r T h e r e \ o u i un look out of t h v i r i n i'| 1^ « ,\ s a i d t h e m o t h e r of a s t i r r i n g l i t t l e lad f i x i n g turn in t k n e i l i ^ p i w l t i o n on the car seat Mery time he~t,aw fcomethlii)? I n t c M M l n i ? he fxunv; abr it to call his m t h r i t i look a n d r \ n \ t i n h *v. ,10% a v i u t he w i p e d his feet, vi h h w e r e \ e i m u J J j ^ o a t h i drt -. f i e w i r r u n n e x t h i m Afraln ind affam h h e g e n t l y l l f t t d h i * f' i I l i i M I - M I «· f a r f r o m her as poHnlbie A i list shi naid ( o u j i l % u | H t ) f l l t i l e l,ov In the corner and then he could see out w i t h o u t b u l l i n g mi dr*s» "No J couldn t I Rit In the i rn , If ou don t l i k e w h e r e \ o u a i e ' - i t i UK to haie a private car All this sort of t h i n g bcf 10 th rcmembtr If tho p a i e n t a n u l d o n U 1 selves' Hut (hey n e \ e r do d o p i r l i f h t 1«.J \ \ n g r l i p, , Mothers 1 Clubs Conclude Activities from l i e S- f,M i r , r p Me to rest m back * n i f « h ( i e else Tou ought n TV h h e a r and see n n d t h e n , i manners to them ·will b« th« «p«ak«r at a ipt?»l m*»t- Inf of th« Par«nt-T«*ch«r AtMcl- atlon o( th» Columtui School, to b« held Mondar afterhoon. In th« Ubmry of th» tohcMjl Member* of th« club* of J u n i o r Hchool No 1 Kldrldt* Park and Hlackwoxl will b* ffueaU at the me^tlnf. 1 Member! of th« J'arent-Teachtf A i » o ( l a t n i f the dreenwood Kehool v 111 a t t e n d In a body the. a«rrlc«» i Hunlav e v e n i n g at 7 10 o clock at the Greenwood Avenu* Methodllt Church, Mm \ M l l l a m Hoff wa» *l«cted president w t the n i e e t l n n of the Parent-Tea her Association of J u n i o r ^( hool N o 1 h e l d last evening at th« si hool O t h e r n e w l v elected officer* Hre Mr« Sheldon Moore flr»t vlc« I resident M r x J^dward Hlppe, »*c- i n I vice- president Mm Qeonr* , 1 r l t r h a r d , t h i r d i ire president, Mn I M l n a Stewart, «ecr«tar Mr« William Hortnall. Jr, treasurer, and M r s Klmvr Hnghei, corresponding »e rotary Dt legates to the Mercer County Touncll were appointed an followi \ l m A r t h u r Horsnal! Mrs William. ·tl r l n e Mm Klmer Hughes Mra. i.eorge. Ford Mm \ V l l l l a r n C a r r Mrs M l n a Hlewurt iind Mrs B r a d h u r J Plans for a r m n q u e t to be held in the pear future w r r e also dlsi ugsed The f o l l o w i n g officers w e r e elected HI a meeting of the Parent-Teacher A--ioclatlon of M o n u m e n t Hchool Mrs Nangje president Mrs Georg« H l l m a n flr»t \ ) C P preildent Mr« \\ i-iff rber second ^ ice president; M i * \ \ a l t e r C'ombs t h i r d \ Ice pre»i- if-nt M1»R A n n a ( buries secretary, a n d Miss Alice \\lle-y treasurer Those appointed to represent the ! i-iiorlatlon at the Mercer C o u n t y ] ( u u n r l l are Mrs Louise Becker, j M r i Hur«lem Ir K l t c h r n Mr* | N ^ n i r l o a n d Mrs FYed H l l l m a n i P l i n i for a strawberry feati\al to I e I rid d u r i n g the first part of nest | m o n t h were made Mrs H l l l m a n \ \ i « ippolnted chairman of the com- i n i t t r e « arranging the affair Her i«*i«tant« will be- Mrs Amlgon, Ire i rdim Mm, rimmlans, aoft drink* M T - \\fisgerber. cake Mr» Nangle, ^ n n h e r r i c s and Ml«fl Charles II I f f H "vlD and I ro i r h t tarfc the Mttd of H \ i t ^ w Id i l » r r \ 1 1 ·· u n d drop| i | ' i n t i n l i n v n r l l e i l i e n w ^ » i | | I \ M t U j n l c XJ r i i I i k d M i x i l l o w H e n M I J i| I l k . I I M e t it -t 1 1 I K i l i i i l i I carhled " I II I i' ' I t ti k e n i i n i n e i nn t; l ( l i \ p \ M t 1 n t t H t t t l * » i · U I · M v VM l i t I I, I I e \ all j t i I I n t l i t MI if I n c l I \ I i l l i d S\ ( I! 1) i I h l i t b l r d lu iglie.) If lie f i m e i ( · i \ k n - ». It t h t v ( m i l « n t l e t n i ^ t x i K t i t l v - t l l » r r % t l TO M I pi il t I f t V. V, III f l l i t t; ee* i 1 l . t - r r v l i n t * n t l f l r j U r« *' I I . M * " l« w Mn f tu t her i h e l r t r\n f i ' Mr a I i 1 «111 t hooiw t h « \\\ I l a r\c i t mr and I raid*" » t I I l i t r r t n t I m t i \ t i c lnx»rt« t i t u li t i op* a n d w i l l ;i m i i r v i n l l P i d r t \ i a t h l r ' l snilerl i w i \ , I P i \ n u l l c l i c k i n g K n u l l lie LF A H A S M K I M- I I f I a m i · I ^· **- " \ * i * *)' * K i l l i ' r * ». i I K man \t ^ ^ j *· i n «t n ' n HP- un K »tn I n i - u r u w 4 \ n M a t 1» l o \ » M rn j n T [ j-n » · i t it I 1 M \ m M \ I I r r r t i n I r t ' | r ' irl* [ » MIC p r « I ' it P» i i f i *r a n d n ' t in r, I t l i i f u t M | / t » m \ « ' I f I I H h ^ r t (1 n n rx a g a i n * ' r I n « n t * v I f i t * , * n l i r i 1 n I K ! f I « in r m i t * f r · · » U I it » l a l l I d MM I M I - to thtok b4 of mj o r I t 1 I n ca ' f r · M inr«a£ u t m t'e i Urn a*ks m» f«i l i * » I jt I refu** 1 I*c«u8« 1 an i -1 ] «· pie » II t j ] k a ^ o a t I l i i^» i J i** m^ *"* H ' u ?}t t Ll^AHETH. i- 1 I / \ H P " T i! · ' · · J K'K r ' fr « r -1" m r * ' r I « 'T n t - t l i ^ K i r parent* Mt r \ l i n t h « eM' j d t - a r I am BUT* ' o vi ns; ma,n · f ' Rt p»opl« win al r A w i t h bla*. ( j tl r k n l i t DIVORCES GOLF MANIAC KM F I \\ a I t . i r t » 1 1 t I [WORDS oi wise Mm] ctled Mrs \ 111 the d u l l V I * | n r 1 The) ( e r t o l n l y fialrv hnsinr-vK The\ raise and f p l a n t lice w I i n i growing crops and. t h e s n t t r l f i e ' W e l l u f t c i \ o r to let M a m a ( n i r in t h p lllai r i sh I r l l i It 1 ln 1 11 ^i I r rlrrl em , n » t l T T M , " Mm Hrl«n t l ^ e li i n l i t r r f H e n r y H J' ' ' it n p l * I | F » In* I f i r m t e i l a « I t h * f\nt a ed n t r u t h tb« f w i l l be b-e»»- in inn rum i t t; M i-r I f r f r r e M--S l ^ e a « it * r I n i n: e t e r j 1 er nn I « f e f 1 1 ; K ri^U C tl of I I r [^ \ I V \ N M t \ I I I I H 1 . 1 1 I Hi- M i t ] ' i n \ n 1 1 ^ · i' · : if f r e \ « r 00 » \ r I f T O J '^ u m « V O i l i f i i o p l n M i n s M M i l l i n g - t o n Mi-, I)a\ I K H u n t M i s K e n n t h l i o b n t w n Mr^ ( , l l l « i t s m i t h Mix H M o u n t 1 i d Mrs i h,mble Mrs V\ illtam Mi u n t f i i r l M m II 1'alrnet M i c t li i l s \\ I n t t h e id I t l i r t M ^ l i w i n i f t l ( HI 11\ i t i r s ( f t h e r h i l d u i i n R t h e past e u i w e i e s u b m i t t e d VI rx \ \ l l l i u m H ("ox i h i h man of th s i U e r tea rommlttee i i u t e i l t h u t t h s u m i f $*_' ol W K H U-»lll(d f i o M t i n ( e m \ \ h l r h h a e I fen I f Id dm n« i h e pist «ea« n M I M I t r i m \ \ i t t i l i o u f * told ol t i t i n m u n i t \ ^ o i k w h n h has het n n i mpltshMl h \ tl * Mowe* I ' j i t n t T f m h e i ^ K K « i i t l o n I n c operation « th tl r I ions t l u l l N e x t e a r a M o c i a l r e n t i e w i l l be established it the ( ook sphi il Memberti of the projfi tm omm t t p e for the next \ear w e i « appointed as The New Baby Grand Console Victrola Not · *V'-et outfit, W a foari,t VklroU U^H coa^kt* by th« Victor Company. It nuoatatm in every detail ot mbm*t and marhine that high standard for which Victroia* are famom. We want yo* to ·*· thii new nodei-~it m the »«- of tii« Victor Company. 3 10 down, *2 weekly The Most Popular Victor Dance Records for Spring Al douWe faced, at 7Sc. Ginny Shore Cutie Angel Child Bvgones The Sheik Ty Tee Jimmy Uttle Ix)ve Song . APPLEGATE Ca 17 3oxrTH BROAD r Victor Representative for a Quarter Century I II i ·· M \\ I I mi M. i m l f i 1 i ( i! n i M -.^ 1 u i 4 H r t o n Mrs I' l i n \ n ' ^^^·v t MSMPIJ { ii«io[] ml M i « II l t i t 1 I . I I t The mo t i n rx f t p n n i r t u i ^ \\ 1 »1 t i t h e t l i M R p * - t a u c l t I M v I I i n / t i n 1 VI iij, 1 I I I u i I ' l a n i f i t i p 1iPld d i \ ( X f T L M P - t ; l I Id l i i i x I » I i. · ( i k M se^ in I H im It I In \\ c il M I I M S ! II i n n I _·- \ i e 1 st il u t i ' l mil « II! I t t I i t t i IK xt m » t i n , o r t h f Ml i *- f ( t * rn 1 r i It w N i j i 1 i l i t ni m l i c i M i I t h » \MI i n u I I t t r m l tl i M tl i i K Dm K \ ii PV i 11 « i r i 1 ^ t mm Me 11 l - i I i I *- l \ · \e n n i K \ l i n I i i s u i l l me i t t h e ( « n M i A i t 1 c|( i k Oil t o l l i l l i I t h e rltlli M l * l a \ i H u n t preiwntprt i l n \ r H I ucitiet f f l o w e r s (j t l i | i r * l d n t i!i« J u i n t * Ixnifttiiulr 0(11 rr^ f ( r t ploi ' 1 i t t i im i ' j, of K M P T Si,hi« I 1 eld \ -I i l d \ I v M r n T C Rei vex p r c n i l r m \11 H ^ r t n k U u k k \ i i | M t - i l i t Mi"« Oorollu ( i o o l w i n ^ 1 * 1 1 mil M f u R M a r t l n d e l l r u r i - i t f U n g «PI retnr) Tht IIP \ li t « d ofll t r" « i l l ho m«t i l l r d i" Srptt mlier Th « u m of I I S w i- renh 1 l o i the npw ac/t 1 H \ v h i » h have ho* n i ur- i h «»/t hy t*rr^ i_lub"f'ii tliH^J^riTro^ F o l l o w i i n t l i f !tuHine«« Bemlon T K i v«l h ur w i^ enjojed w i t h Mm I'lljffT Mrs Itieuiffer and Mrs Miller i' h 11 gt f om h i l l i n g ( t i p spasnn g u t l v l l i p * i f t h i I ' a r ' i Ti K hpr A s « M l a t l o n o f !· ITi rs n u h i KOI i i l v, 111 l i 1 t h i \ T g hi ( h o lu nor s 1 i 1. N Mrs T ) m j is ( h i l r n i i n «if t h p o m m l t t P t rr i np the atTiir Sho IK i q i 1 \ M M I j T - r p i d MTK 1 i nk T» i r \lr» I or Mr« Srqrt r ron^li M r q William E l l i o t t u n d Mr^ K f i d Mr» F r t n k C Fverltt state rlnlr man nf MothprV Clrrleg In O h u r r h e Jutt PMthed! MAN-SIZE A romance of the Northwest Mounted Police, and of a man-hunt through the frozen wilderness that will stir the blood of every reader, by DADDY CATBIRD'8 KIND DEED. \\e\l f don t k n o w who p l a n t e d II i l e i M t i t e in o ir pin, Init I n "t s,i\ t i n t A\ I i « \ or d i d i t l i i i K i il h e i r t t h i u k l P d Mrs 'Sello* H M I aw plie p o t » M » l up t h t c l i t r r l i s l l o u n d - H i n j f o n tli R i o u n r f ^ ou i,an w i l l s i \ IIP hud » I in 1 1 . i t i M i n e d O , d ( J v ( a t l i i r d 1 nk vo i l ir t i n t o m p l l m e n t \\ 1 i t di \ o n n i P H n " * ' w ^ k p d Mt I t I K rKtpi ·-! nn Is n « if j o i i mi^.1 t I d in t \ j i i -.rlf ' \ in jc it ^t i r K ! I t i p \ P M t *-t I i H rh i k l i il I H d d \ i U l i l i d I I i 1 i n t I! 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