The Swarthmorean, 1962-08 | TriCollege Libraries Digital Collections (2024)

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I T . a'f~rt~ore Co l:iJge- Li.~?!"(tr~ AUG 3 WARfRMOREAN V~O~lU~M~E~3~.·~-~NU~M~B~R~3~1 _ ~~~~~i7~~~~;:~~:;;---__Gi ~RL~s-c~ou~t~s~T~O~W~6i~K~~·-M~r-s.~W~m•.~· ~M7C~D~e-rm~oH OTTAWAS CHAMPS",. " THE 10,000 AT 8U7~~BAY F~!IS:'':H~~~G: .. n an S b d M d IN LACROSSE ';)8-:",."" . " ~'<:~'I ~~. ~:O':~':Yba:~~:/:d::~ uctum e on ay ;.:)\1;'.:, .~.·'l ' Jii~ .. ,. e·~' nesday, August 7 and 8, from Fonner [WV Pres. Was League Players Face-,·t< ..~~'y '-f'.:'i-;:.> . (1 ~w!~ l~I~::·t A~~ t:~i~~~::~: . ~\,.~.;, ~If·~'''''' 1 are invlted to attend. Active I"n Community N. J. Team Sunday . _4li.l1. ""f"... ... Further lnformaUon may be se- Mrs. Vlrg1nla Montgomery '. . .. ~ .~ ',c , cured· from Mrs. Raymond Hood, McDermott, wife of Dr. WUliam The Philadelphia Suburban La- :... " '. \ ' , ,: KI 3 -3819. C. McDermott, chairman of crosse League completed its ,..., '; '-.,', ~ I, classlcal studies at the Unlverstly second season with 'a hotly con- ~~:::-' f of Pennsylvania, dled suddenly tested decisive game between the .xv Monday morning shortly after ar- Swarthmore ottawas and the Main rival at Lankenau Hospital. Mrs. Line Commanches last Thursday McDermott, who llve~ at 419 Yale evening. T~ ottawas, last year's avenue, flnlshed four years as champions, again turned back Al presldent of the Swarthmore Fulton's Commanches In this final League of Women Voters.alld was game: The ottawas, coached by t;>;: elected Republican committee- Washington and Lee Unlverslt~ . ~r.· ~(.: women. in Swarthmore's western member, Bob McHenry, droppe>,,,~ precinct last spring. _ OIl1y one game throughout the sea- .t-~ • Two juniors, Sue 'Hq!Jford and Born September 4, 1911, In son. The outstanding players for • ' , Jack Cushing, were cr~wned 1962 WaynesbUrg, Pa., she T/as the the. ottawas were: " swimming champions white· an- daughter of Walter C. Montgomery, Jack Smythe of Haverford, other junior, Chuck Seymour, and an' attorney and a trustee of Charley Gummy of Washington and an intermediate, Joann Oumm, Waynesburg College and of Lee, George Corrigan of Uni- captured the year's d.vtng awards Waynesburg Hospital. She grad-versity of Maryland, and Johnny in the annual cup carnival In which uated from Goucher College In McDaniels of Washington and Lee, Pictured above~are four of the Some 10,000 Girl Scouts many new team records were set 1932. She was married August who traveled over 300 milesh eaa ch who spent two wee k s at t h e R oun d up at Bu tton B ay, Vt• Ia t the Swarthmore Swim Club 26, 1932, in Waynesburg. Thursday to play for the c m- f W II f d T last Sunday. For many years she was editor pio~s. Only one team, the Mohawks, They are, left to right, Jo Strotkbine 0 a ing or, erry 'I Based on varying ~ints earned of the voters' Guide published by were able to overcome ·the great Twaddle of Havertown, Mimi Connor of Swarthmore, and by breaking or nearly matching the Delaware County League of spirit and morale generated, by Sue Lynch of Clifton Heights. The picture Vias sent by Sue existing teani records, Sue's total Women voters, and had be'en a the champions In their one losfj: of Robb, the local scouts' correspondent to The Swarthmorean. of 18 barely edged out Ann Townes, member of the League's County the season. L_.~T~h~e'g~i~rl!.:s~re~t~u~rn~h~o~m~e~th~i~s:..w.=..::e:.::::e.:k:.. ----------~-1 winner of the 1960 and 1961 girls' CouncU. She was active In Girl Tie For Second cup, whoaccomulatedjUstonepolntscoutlng, as a troop leader and The Ma1Il Line commanchesand EMERGENCY BLOOD St' L less. Jack's 37 points was not former Swarthmore Neighborhood the Swarthmore Mohawks Ued for Swarthmore Borough resi. Boy outs ,ave even threatened by Richard Mc- Chairman. She also taught itt the 'second place with a 3,2 and 1 de~ts' requests for blood may lcurdY, 1961 champion and fOur- F,:irst Day School of Swarthmore record. The MohB:wk.s , coached by be made to Red 'Cross Blood FR· Falls time winner, who Is stnl adjusting F.riends MeeUng' and had been 'Brooke cottman, lacrosse mentor Program Chairman Mrs. Cor- or eSlca himself to the double distances ~ctlve in the Swarthmore Pres-at Swarthmore College, turned out ben C. Shute, KI 3-3757, or requlred by the senior dIvlsion byterian Nursery School, the to be the most improved team in to Mrs. johan Natvig, KI 3- Hopson, Ullman Share into which he, moved thls year. School in Rose Valley, In nurses the league, and were just a shade 0324. Midget John Schmidt with28polnts aid workattheUnlversityHospltal, off the champlons. Led by All- ____ .,..________ Cam·p Leadership was Jack's closest rival. and as a member of the Faculty Amerlcan Andy. Lockhart of Penn Diving awards were based on Tea' Club of the University of State, Gene Melcher of VIDanova, CURTIS NAMES Swarthmore Boy Scout Troops highest average score per dive. Pennsylvania. She was c:.hairman ·Chris Martin of Wesleyan, Skip 1 and 2 left SQIlday for two weeks Three dlves were' required of of the membership committee of Bernard of Grove Clty, Paul G. B. McCOMBS of camping at Camp Resica, Mar- juniors, four forintermedtatesand the Citizens Councll of Delaware Stephens, Terry Mizell, and Bob shalls Creek. During the' tb;'st five for seniors. County. Heaton, all of Swarthmore, the G. B. McCombs of Mapleavenue week of camp, the boys will par- Name High Score,s I Besides her husband and a Mohawks turned out to be a rough has been elected president of the ticipate In the normal program with In addItlpn,' awards foX" high . daughter, Grace Montgomery Mc-and rugged outfit ready to chal- ,Curtis Circulation Company, a the opportunlty to work on such scorers in age groups, earn~d by Dermott who will matrlculate at lenge anyone, any place, any time. subsidiary of The Curtis Publish- merll badges as swimming, llfe- placlngs'in races regardless of the University of Pennsylvania The Commanches, ledbyformer ing Company. savlng, wood carving, archery, time, were made as follows: College for Women In September, All-American from Penn state, CurUs Circulation Company marksmanship, forestry, nature, Midg. girls _ M. McCurdy 1, Mrs. McDermott IS survived by Al Fulton, whb is also one of the handles the nationwidedlstributlon etc. The troop Is being led this P. Hayden 2,M.' I?ethloff S; mldg. her parents and two brothers, T. directors of the league, added a of all Curtis publlcatlons as well week by Davis B.' (Pete) Hopson :boys _ J. Schmldt 1, It Herschel Ford Montgomery of Houston, few new faces in Dave Van Dyke 'as books and the magazines of of Cornell avenue, father of one ;2, R. Dethloff 3; jr. girls - S. Tex., and Walter C. Montgomery, and Nick Falcone in an attempt various other publishing firms. of the scouts and former scout Hosford and T. Mccurdy tie for ,Jr., of Boulder Clty, Nev. to replace some of the lost stars Mr. McCombs previously was himself. (Continued on Page 5) Funeral services were .held at from last year. Veteran Ph11 vice president of Curtis Circu- During the second week the boys 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Ollver Benedetti again was one of the laUon Company and director of Its wlll participate In a special trail Balr's Philadelphia. Private in-outstanding goalles in the league single copy sales dlvlsionwhich camping program being· created TWO BOROUGH MEN Itermetrt was In Edgewood Memor-but even with the fine play of has· charge of newsstand dlstrl- especially for them in cooperation NT 'tal Park, Wawa. Harvard's Tlnk Leroy they stul buUon of magazines. He joined with the Scout Council. The boys ·ON VISA ASSIGNME _____ -- had to be satisfled with second the company in 1930 as a travel- wUl hike aroung the Reslcareser- S. Damon Kletzlen, son of Dr. QUAKERS TOPIC place. ing representative, and In 1933 vation carrying all of thelr equlp- and Mrs. Seyinour W. Kletzlen of OW The fourth place team Hema- was made local manager in San ment In back packs. They will be South Chester rOl'td, and Henry FO R TV S H tobas, coached, by Art Shuman of Antonia, Texas. supplied with food by the camp . Cae, son of Mrs. Rachel Wllde- Drew Pearson, Washington col­Lower Merion andVlllanova,camc He later was made assistant dally, but will do their own cook- bush of Ogden avenue, left Thurs- umnlst and correspondent and a out winless for the seaSOn but district sales manager In Dallas, Ing. This prOgram wUl be geared day of last week on assignments graduate of Swarthmore CollegP., gave every opponent many a close and was brought to Philadelphia to toeet all the requirements on for VISA (Voluntary International was narrator for an hour-long call. in 1951 to handle speclal assign- the merit badges of camp lng, cook- Servlce Assignments)fortwo-year TV program Monday night en- All-Star Game 'ments. Three years later he was ing, nature, forestry and hiking so stints with this Quaker counter- titled "The Gentle Persuaders," The Main Line Commanchesand given charge of the single copy that all boys participating wlll be part of the'Peace Corps. tell1ng the story of the Quakers Hematobas combined forces to sales operation. . prepared for these badges. Damon, who has spent the past in AmeriCa. represent the North against the· Mr. Mccombs Is married to the Scout Master David Ullman of, winter In the Peace Corps Offices The show featured 'several area Swarthmore Mohawks and Ottawas former Mary Louise Mathews. The Amherst avenue wlll lead the in Washington, has Down to .scenes, among them Pendle run of the South In the second annual McCoinbs have three children- group. Tanganyika; Henry has gone to In Wallingford, and included In the (Continued onPage 4) Robert, now residing in Syracuse, The Campers include: Guatemala.,' narration Colin Bell of Park ave- PARKING LOT GETS SIDEWALK REPAIRS Upheavals along the south side of the Borough Parking Lot early this week, with apparent uprooting of the p&l'1dng meters, gave rise to niuslons of grandeur and a "no-parking tu" area to Swarth­more shoppers and commuters. But, no. The Borough, In its care and concern for the Ufe and 11mb of its clUzens (and vlsltors) was repairing the sidewalk, and the meter stems had already be~n replanted by Wednesday afternoon. And, It is gloomUy supposed, the heads, temporarUy removed for the operaUon, have all been restored by thls reading, and In more preclse working order than ever. , However, the sidewalk is com­pie ted, and confidentlally, looks very handsome. N. Y., Mary Ann (now Mrs. James, Junlor Assistant Scoutmaster The young men are two of a nue, executive secretary of the Patterson of Carlisle), and a Douglas Dumm; Senior Patrol 'total of 19 "VV's" to receive American Friends Servlce Com­younger daughter ~ancy, whollves L'lader Roger UllmanjandQuarter assignments abroad; they are the mlttee, and Paul Douglas, Demo­with her parents. Master Richard Redden. second group to be sent (the first craUc Senator from nllnols and Lobster Patrol - Patrol Leader, group went to their posts a year a Quaker. SCHOOL RECEIVES Robert SUzie; asslstant Patrol ago). They have been at Pendle Mr. Pearson,brotherofBar~a Leader, John Frostj Quarte~ Mas- Hlll, Walllngford, for an orien- 'Pearson Lange, director of dra- S;~~~art~J!~~~dge Union School District has received a check of approxlmately $2,300 from the surplus in the State Funds. Nlnety-two per cent of the funds were turned over to the schools of the state on the basis of thelr reimbursem*nt (raction. -,._--- Volleyball, Basketball Continues Through August Boy's -Basketball and Men's Volleyball programs will contlnUe every Monday night through August. Newcomers ai'e always welcome at 6:30 p.m; behind the Elementary School. ter, Dave Meyer; Dave Bennett'tation period, learning the language mattcs at Swarthmore College, is John Espenshade, Bert Tibbetts, and gettlngtoknowsomethlngabout himseH a Quaker. Scott SeSSions, Chris Shay, and the people. In addition, there will Michael Frost. be further instruction of from six ·Skunk Patrol - Patrol Leader, weeks to two months In their Jack Cushing; assistant Patrol assigned countries, plus everyday Leader, Jom Seeley; Quarter practice with the natives. Master, Andrew Maassj Phil Training at Pendle HID Included Moore, Jeff Middelton, Roy Alex- a set of chores - servlng table, ander, John Simpson, and Ken washing dishes, etc., and each Dumm. trainee helped out at the American OWl Patrol - Patrol Leader, Friends Servlce Committee ware- 'Dave Maass; assistant Patrol house. Leader - MarUn Anderson; Quar- 'The group also was briefed by ter Master, steve Moore; Ronnie the State Department In Washing­Laub, Michael Field, To.m Ullman, ton, their own Congnssmen, and Pete Hopson, Steven Gray an~ BUt the Frlends CammitteeonNational Wllburn. Legislation. VACATION SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY Vacation Church School will open Monday at 9:15 a.m. for a two­week session at the Presbyterian Church on Harvard avenue. All chlldren from the klnderg9.rten . through the junior department are ellgtble for enrollment, , ~eg1stratlon may be made on the first day. In the Church School , Office. The school ·w1ll run Monday I through Friday, from 9:15 to 11:16 a.m. through August 1'1.

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Eh.'tlrtlu:101'C Co 1 lege- ].Ii hrnr~ AUG 3 1962 T WARfRMOREAN ~.~""" V~O~W~M~E~~~-~N~U~M~B~~R~3~1~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~_tU ST3~,R1L9~~~6t~s2~t~O~'~~~~~ __~ M~rs . _~W -~~m.0.~ 0:PM~Ec:DR-~-Ym_Eo_Af~Rf OTTAWAS CHAMPS THE 10,000 AT BUTTON SAY FOR SWIMMING BADGE IN LACROSSE .,," ,. 1 It". ~;";::';~:::'::,'::!:E Succumbed Monday ~.' .:, \ ..1;11... ......j/. ~{t nesday, August 7 and 8, from F LWV Pres Was ; We . , ",' jii;.. , 9 to 10 a.m., at the Swarthmore ormer • League Players Face ~' ~; (:;,.: ~. ~;!'~nVi~~~bio ~:Ilen~~lglble scouts Active I,n Community N. J. Team Sunday ".hit>iI'>' . ~ .. ," • Further information may be s'd- ," ",---- . "'" gff , ,,/ . . cured from Mrs. Raymond Hoo , The Philadelphia Suburban La- "'- _ ' . . ,(,".1':/ ,\\~ . ~,'~~ KI3-3819. crosse League completed its " .,', , ~ second season with a holly con- : I 1iIt"'~.: .. '.' HOSFORD, CUSHING. tested decisive game between the If' " '. tPll ~. Swarthmore Ottawas and the Main ,'," ;' . Line Commanches last Thursday ,~'--.!l~ ':' '62 SWIM CHAMPS evening. The Ottawas, last year's champiOns, again turned back Al Fulton's Commanches in this final SEYMOUR, DUMM WIN game~ The ottawas, coached by f' Washington and Lee University WARDS member, Bob McHenry, dropped I"'~ DIVING A only one game throughout the sea- Two juniors, Sue Hq~ord and son. The outstanding players for : Jack Cushing, were cr~wned 1962 the ottawas were: <:... swimming champions whil~ an- Jack Smythe of Haverford," other junIor, Chuck Seymour, and Charley Gummy of Washington and an intermediate, Joann Dumm, Lee, George Corrigan of Uni- captured the year's d~ving awards versity of Maryland, and Johnny in the annual cup carnIval in which McDaniels of Washington and Lee, Pictured above'are four of the Some 10,000 Girl Scouts . many new team records were set who traveled over 300 miles each B V I at the Swarthmore SwIm Club ThuIsda~' to play for th e c ha m- who spent two weeks at the Roundup at Buttonf da yT, t. : last Sunday. pions. Only one team, the Mohawks, They are, left to right, Jo Strockbine of Walling or, erry I Based on varying po, Ints earned were able t th great Twaddle of Havertown, Mimi Connor of Swarthmore, and 0 overcome e by breaking or nearly matching spirit and morale generated. by Sue Lynch Qf Clifton Heights. The picture was sent by Sue gxisting team records, Sue's total the champions in their one loss of Robb, the local scouts' correspondent to The Swarthmorean. of 18 barely edged out Ann Townes, the season. I __ .~T~h~e:..·~g~ir~l:....:sr.:e.:tu~r~n:...h::::o:::.:me:-.th:::..:i.::s_w::..::e-=e.::k.:... ___________ 1 winner of the 1960 and 1961 girls' Tie For Second ... cup, who accomulated just one point The Maln Line Commanchesand EMERGENCY BLOOD L less. Jack's 37 points was not the Swa .. thmore Mohawks tied for Swarthmore Borough resi- Boy Scouts eave even threatened by Richard Mc- . second place with a 3,2 and 1 dents· requests for blood may Curdy, 1961 champion and four-record. The Mohawks, coached by be made to Red 'cross Blood For Res·lra Falls time winner, who Is still adjusting Brooke cottman, lacrosse mentor Program Chairman Mrs. Cor- \t himself to the double distances at Swarthmore College, turned out ben C. Shute, KI 3-3757, or required by the senior division to be the most improved team in to Mrs. Johan Natvig, KI 3- Hopson, Ullman Share into which he moved this year. the league, and were just a shade 0324. Midget John Schmidt with 28 points off the champions. Led by All- Ca L d h' was Jack's closest rival. American Andy Lockhart of Penn ------------ mp ea ers IP Diving awards were based on state, Gene Melcher of Villanova, CURTIS NAMES Swarthmore Boy Scout Troops highest average score per dive. Chris Martin of Wesleyan, Skip 1 and 2 left Sunday fQr two weeks Three dives were' required of Bernard of Grove Clty, Paul G. B. McCOMBS of camping at Camp Resica, Mar- juniors, four for intermediates and Stephens, Terry Mizell, and Bob shalls Creek. During the first five for seniors. Heaton, all of Swarthmore, the G. B. McCombs of Maple avenue week of camp, th~ boys w1l1 par- Name High Scorers Mohawks turned out to be a ro'Ugh has been elected president of the Uclpate In the normal program with In addltipn,' awards for high and rugged outfit ready to chal- .Curtis Circulation Company, a the opportunity to work on such scorers in age groups, earned by lenge anyone, any place, any time. subsidiary of The curtis PUbllsh- merit badges as swimming, Ufe- placlngs' in races regardless of The Commanches, ledbyformer Ing Company. saving, wood carving, archery, time, were made as follows: All-American from Penn State, Curtis CIrculation Company marksmanship, forestry, nature, Midg. girls _ M. McCurdy 1, Al Fulton, whO is also one of the handles the nationwide distribution etc. The troop Is being led this P. Hayden 2, M: Dethloff 3; midge directors of the league, added a of all Curtis publications as well week by Davis B. (Pete) Hopson boys _ J. Schmidt 1, H. Herschel few new faces in Dave Van Dyke as books and the magazines of of Cornell avenue, father of one '2, R. Dethloff 3; jr. girls _ S. and Nick Falcone In an attempt various other publishing firms. of the scouts and former scout I Hosford and T. McCurdy tie for to replace some of the lost stars Mr. McCombs previously was himself. (Continued on Page 5) from last year. Veteran Phil vice president of Curtis Circu- During the second week the boys Benedetti again was one of the lation Company and director of its wlll participate in a special trail outstanding goalies in the league single copy sales division which camping program being. created but even with the fine play of has charge of newsstand distrI- especially for them in cooperation Harvard's Tink Leroy they still button of magazines. He joined with the Scout CouncIl. The boys had to be satisfied with second the company in 1930 as a travel- will hike aroung the Reslcareser­place. ing representative, and in 1933 vatIon carrying all of their equlp- The fourth place team Hema- was made local manager in San ment In back packs. They will be tobas, coached by Art Shuman of Antonio, Texas. supplied with food by the camp Lower Merion and Villanova, came He later was made assistant dally, but will do their own cook­out winless for the season but district sales manager In Dallas, ing. This program wUl be geared gave every opponent many a close and was brought to Philadelphia to meet all the requirements on call. in 1951 to handle special assign- the merit badges of camping, cook- All-Star Game ments. Three years later he was ing, nature, forestry and hiking so The Main Line Commanchesand given charge of the single copy that all boys partiCipating will be Hematobas combined forces to sales operation. prepared for these badges. represent the North against the Mr. McCombs is married to the Scout Master DavId Ullman of Swarthmore Mohawks and ottawas former Mary Louise Mathews. The Amherst avenue will lead the of the South in the second annual McCombs have three children- (Continued onPage 4) Robert, now residing In Syracuse, PARKING LOT GETS SIDEWALK REPAIRS Upheavals along the south side of the Borough Parking Lot early this week, with apparent uprooting of the parking meters, gave rise to illusions of grandeur and a "no-parking tax" area to Swarth­more shoppers and commuters. But, no. The Borough, in Its care and concern for the Ufe and limb of its citizens (and visitors) was repairing the sidewalk, and the meter stems had already be~n replanted by Wednesday afternoon. And, It is gloomily supposed, the heads, temporarily removed for the operation, have all been restored by this readlng, and in more precise working order than ever. However, the sidewalk is com­pleted. and confidentially, looks very handsome. N. Y., Mary Ann (now Mrs. James Patterson of Carlisle), and a younger daughter Nancy, whollves with her parents. SCHOOL RECEIVES $2,300 CH ECK The Swarthmore-Rutledge Union School District has received a check of approximately $2,300 from the surplus in the State Funds. Ninety-two per cent of the funds were turned over to the schools of the state on the basis of their reImbursem*nt fraction. Volleyball, Basketball Continues Through August Boy's -Basketball and Men's Volleyball programs w11l continue every Monday night through A ugust. Newcomers are always welcome at 6:30 p.m. behind the Elementary School. group. The Campers Include: • JunIor AssIstant Scoutmaster Douglas Dummj Senior Patrol Leader Roger Ullmanj and Quarter Master Richard Redden. Lobster Patrol - Patrol Leader, Robert SUzIe; assistant Patrol Leader, John Frost; Quarter Mas­ter, Dave Meyer; Dave Bennett, John Espenshade, Bert Tibbetts, Scott Sessions, Chris Shay, and MIchael Frost. Skunk Patrol - Patrol Leader, Jack Cushlngj assistant Patrol Leader, John Seeley; Quarter Master, Andrew Maassj phiJ Moore, Jeff Middelton, Roy Alex­ander, John Simpson, and Ken Dumm. Owl Patrol - Patrol Leader, 'Dave Maass; assistant Patrol Leader - Martin Anderson; Quar­ter Master, Steve Moore i Ronnie Laub, Michael Field, Tom Ullman, Pete Hopson, Steven Gray and Bill Wilburn. TWO BOROUGH MEN ON VISA ASSIGNMENT S. Damon Kletzien, son of Dr. and Mrs. Seymour W. Kletzien of South Chester road, and Henry Coe, son of Mrs. Rachel Wllde­bush of Ogden avenue, left Thurs­day of last week on assignments for VISA (Voluntary International Service Assignments) for two-year stints with this Quaker counter­part of the Peace Corps. Damon, who has spent the past winter In the Peace Corps Offices in Washington, has flown to Tanganyika; Henry has gone to Guatemala. The young men are two of a 'total of 19 "VV's" to receIve assignments abroad; they are the second group to be sent (the first group went to their posts a year ago). They have been at Pendle Hill, Wallingford, for an orien­tation period, learning the language and getting to know something about the people. In addition, there will }:\e further Instruction of from six weeks to two months in their assigned countries, plus everyday practice with the natives. Training at Pendle Hill included a set of chores - serving table, washing dishes, e~c., and each trainee helped out at the American Friends Service Committee ware­house. The group also was briefed by the State Department in Washing­ton, their own Congressmen, and the Friends CommlUeeonNaUonal Legislation. Mrs. VIrginia Montgomery McDermott, wife of Dr. WIlllam C. McDermott, chairman of classical studies at the Universtly of Pennsylvania, dIed suddenly Monday morning shortly after ar­rival at Lankenau Hospital. Mrs. McDermott, who lived at 419 Yale avenue, finished four years as president of the Swarthmore League of Women Voters .and was elected Republlcan committee­women In Swarthmore's western preclnct last spring. Born September 4. 1911, in Waynesburg, Pa., she Y/as the daughter of Walter C. Montgomery, an' attorney and a trustee of Waynesburg College and of Waynesburg Hospital. She grad­uated from Goucher College in 1932. She was married August 26, 1932, in Waynesburg. For many years she was editor of the Voters' Guide published by the Delaware County League of Women Voters, and had been a member of the League's County Councll. She was active in Girl Scouting, as a troop leader and former Swarthmore Neighborhood Chairman. She also taught in the First Day School of Swarthmore Friends Meeting' and had been active in the Swarthmore Pres­byterian Nursery School, the School in Rose Valley, in nurses aid workatthe University Hospital, and as a member of the Faculty Tea Club of the University of Pennsylvanla. She was chairman of the membership committee of the Citizens Council of Delaware County. Besides her husband and a , daughter, Grace Montgomery Mc­Dermott who will matriculate at the University of Pennsylvania College for Women in September, Mrs. McDermott is survived by her parents and two brothers, T. Ford Montgomery of Houston, Tex., and Walter C. Montgomery, Jr., of Boulder City, Nev. Funeral services were .held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Oliver , Bair's, Philadelphia. Private in-terment was In Edgewood Memor­' Ial Park, Wawa. --~, .. ~-- QUAKERS TOPIC FOR TV SHOW Drew Pearson, Washington col­umnist and correspondent and a graduate of Swarthmore College, was narrator for an hour-long TV program Monday night en­titled "The Gentle Persuaders," telling the story of the Quakers in America. The show featured 'several area .scenes, among them Pendle Hill In Wa111ngford, and Included in the narration Colln Bell of Park ave­nue, executive secretary of the American Friends Service Com­mittee, and Paul Douglas, Demo­cratic Senator from n11nols and '1 Quaker. Mr. Pearson, brother of Barbara Pearson Lange, director of dra­matics at Swarthmore College, is himself a Quaker. VAC.A TION SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY Vacation Church School will open Monday at 9:15 a.m. for a two­week session at the Presbyterian Church on Harvard avenue. All children from the kindergarten through the Junior department are ellglble Cor enrollment, ~egistraUon may be made on the first day in the Church School , Office. The school wlll run Monday ' through Friday, from 9:15 to 11:15 a.m. through August 17.

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.,', ">;;~ ~ij1R:8i5iAN:LiSl u. ~-l:b:aell :;w eeksb.a dv lBlt10g thwios cowlln I ftJIttbIoeo f.t Ml meeUDi of tbelr 0010-1 iI.e Tni,OleI Im WaatdDee~sd a~y, JIll, as; are 'THE SWARTHMOREAN AlllUllt 3. 1_ Mr. and Mrs. WIlIIA.m Crumer of Harvard avenue have returned home from atlve-week trjp abroad. They visited Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and Poland. ·Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Peters and daughters Dianne and Janet of North swarthmore avenue attended the wedding ot Mr. Thomas Kremer. Jr., in Winchester J Va., last week. Tbe Peters famUywere .resldents of Winchester for 15 years prior to moving to Swarth­more. Warren Kitts, son of Dr. and Mrs. Albert W. Kilts of Guernsey road, has returned from camp Kwahoti, Newto.undland, Pa., wrere he spent two week •• Mrs. Norman Nlederriler and daughters Katrina and Lauren of FairVIew road are !<;avlog- this week for Ann Arbor, Mich. WhIle there Lauren will attend riding camp at Cottonwond Farms In Dexler. Mrs. Nlederrlter and Katrina, together with Mrs. Nlederrller's sister Mrs. G. Richards Downs of Ann Arbor will spend a week at Maklnac Island. Katrina returned this week from Camp Hidden Falls where she was a Counselor-In-Tralnlng for the month of July. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Hayes, formerly of North Swarthmore avenue and now of Clearwater, Fla., and Franklin, N. C., have been staying for about a week with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Irv1ng and family of Harvard avenue and visiting their other children In the area - their son-In-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lawhorne of Moylan; sons and daughters-in-law Mr: and Mrs. Daniel KIrk of Brookhaven and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Kirk of Green Lanei and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kirk who are eoroute to the Virgin Islands from Alaska. Col. and Mrs. George Logan of Cornell avenUE have had as their guests Mrs. Logan's sisters from P hlladeJphla, Mrs. Frances Berry, who Is staying for the summer, and Miss MIriam FitzMaurice, who lett on Tuesday for a slx­week visit In Alaska. The Logans' daughter MIss Mary ElIzabethLo­gan,. is visiting her slster-lr.-Iaw Mrs. James FitZMaurice Logan at Fort Benning, Ga ... tor several weeks. Karen Sutherland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Suther­land of North Chester road, spent 10-days visiting with friends at Stockbridge Bowl, Mass. Robert B. Jarratt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Dennett of North Princeton avenue, Is study­Ing with the Bryn Mawr Summer Institute of French Studies In A vlgnon, France. He completed the six weeks course today and will travel for three more weeks before returning home on August 27. Linda Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hall ot Park avenue will leave lomorrow by jet for a three-week lrlp to the West Coasl. Arter visits to Los Angeles and San Francisco she will continue to Oregon where as prestdenl of the P hlladeiphla Council of the Melho­dlsl youth Fellowship she will attend a Convention InSalem. Laler she will attend the World's Fair In Beatlie, Wash. Lynn Lewis, daughter otMr.and Mrs. Ernest D. Lewis of Park avenue Is atthelnternallonal Youth Work Camp at Ermelo, Holland, lhls summer. Her sisler Kendra Is with the Peter Gram SWing family al Taoglewood, Mass. Scott Anderson of Bryn Mawr avenue returned by alr Salurday from Island 'ON THE BRIDGE SHOP I North Providence Rd. Vlalllngfard AI1I1ftn CUSTOM LAMP SHADES HAND PRINTED' FABRICS AND WALLPAPERS Open 1.1 :3.0 -4:30 Tel.565-0220 Sats. &< Geoffrey Fallows. Mr. aDd Mra. Roy P. LlIWle of Mr. aDd lira. Louts B, DeDD81t Mr. and Mrs. WUUa:m B, Comell awnue bad as tllelrcuests of North Princeton awnue. TIle of Haverford place will leave tor a few days last week tIIeIr paternal gra~enta are Mr. aDd Convalescent HOJ;l1e morrow to spend sewraJ days son-lo-law and grandson Mr. N. Mrs. Bjarne Vestre of Media. Mrs. Patton's parents Mr. Bruce Duffett and Norman from Mrs. Paul B. Banks at their sum. Chappaqua., N. Y. mer borne In Towanda. Mr. and Mrs. Walton If. Nason The MIsses Gall and Susan of CorneU avenue bad as tllelr Robbins of HunUngton, Longlsiand guests for a few days their son­bave just returned borne after lo-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. spending the month of July with James P. BOwditch and two sons their grandmother and aunt Mrs. from Wilton, Conn., who were en­John If. Pitman and Mrs. Lorene route to Avalon, N. J.. for a McCarter of Vassar avenue. vacation. Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph WUlls Mrs. Samuel Francis Butler of and daughters Amy, LouAnn and South Chester road has just re­Pat of Wallingford will leave today turned from a three-week visit for a year in Roorkee, india, to West Harwich, Cape Cod, Mass. where Mr. Willis will be serving Previous to that she had gone as a guest professor at the UnI- by plane to Chatham, Mas .. , to versltyof Roorkee. attend the funeral of her brother MarUyn MIlls, daughter of Mr. Mr. Robert M. Heberton. and Mrs. G. Alexander MIlls of Miss Helen warren entertained Walnut lane will leave on Bunday at luncheon last Thursday for 25 to spend two weeks at Camp LoOk- ot her friends and flve Of her out in Downingtown. teachers trom the VloelandTraln­Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Gaskill Ing School, Vineland, N. J., at of University place will entertain the home of her parents Dr. and the admlolstratlve staff ofJeannes Mrs. George P. Warren ot South Hospital at a buttet supper althelr ,Chester road. home on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. FrederlckT. Van- Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hansell, Urk and daughter Ramona left 00 Jr., ot North Swarthmore avenue Wednesday for a few days at their spent a tew days last week in summer home at Forest Lake Club Cape May, N. J. In the Poconos. Dr. and Mrs. J. Albright Jones Mr. and Mrs. HOlbrook M. Bunt-o! Elm avenue returned Sunday Ing ot Yale avenue are spending from three weeks at their summer the weekend In Washington, D. C. home at Blueberry Hill, Eagles visiting Mr. Buntlng's parents Mr. Mere. and Mrs. J. It O'Brien. KOH LS-MARSHMAN Mr. and Mrs. Peter MaginniS of Folsom announce the birth of their seventh child andtlfthdaugh­ter, Annamarie," on July !!'l1o Unlverslty of Pennsylvau1aHos­pltaJ. 2507 Cbestnut st .• Cbester TRemont 2-5373 24-Hour Nurslnl Care Aged, Senile. ChronlJ; Convalescent> Men and Women Ei:cellenl FOOd - Spaclws Qrounda ~ Blue cross Honored SwMarrt.h Mmoagrein Pniosl iIcse a Fmeom~r~cb;e :r';o f;t:he~~iiiliiii;;;;~ The Bouquet . ca.t.e 1M -AulunJ./l..pa,v" 9 Chester Road Call Swarthmore 6-0476 SWEENEY & CLYDE Established 1858 29 EAST FIFTH STREET, CHESTER, PA. TREMONT 4-6311 SAMUEL D. CLYDE 1872 - 1955 REAL ESTATE • INSURANCE J. EDWARD CLYDE APPRAISALS Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Keenen of North Chester road will have as their guests this weekend Dr. and Mrs. Garry deN. Hough, Jr., and Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Palermo of Long Meadow, Mass. SAMUEL D. CLYDE, JR. MaTrhseh mmaanr. ridaagueg lodfe rM oists .MMra.r Uanydn II. !~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~lll~~~ Mrs. trvlngMarshmanofBowling STATE INSPECTION Mr. and Mrs. Wllbur O. J~mes of Park avenue have as their guests their son-In-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. Arthur ChUbat and DOns Jack, Jim and Chris of Bemidji, MInn., wbo arrived August 1 for a month's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hall and sons 'Stephen and Jeffrey of Park avenue visited friends In 'york for several days last wee~ Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wellauter ot Strath Haven avenue and Mr. and Mr .. George Karns of Wel­l" sley roadreturnedSaturdaytrom a month's trIp through the Western states, Alaska and Canada. WhIle In Fairbanks they receIved a visit from Mr. and Mrs.' Karl Jeglum and family. Mr. Jeglum Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claire Jeglum of HllIborn avenue. Barbara Dumm of Dartmouth avenue and Karen Edney returned from Birmingham, Ala., whe,re Barbara has been vacationing with the E. O. Edney tamlly, formerly of Strath Haven avenue. Karen will be staying with the Dumms for two weeks and would welcome visits from her friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Layton and sons -PhilIp and Lee of Thayer road have just returned after Green, Medla, and Mr: Donald . :~I:,m~o.:: ~:8~=ed::~~ MOTOR T,UNE-UP with I;NCINESCOPE ot Rosemount, Mlnn;, took place RADIATOR FLUSH WHE:EL ALIGNMENT Saturday at 1:30 p.m. In the DYNAMIC WHEEL BALANCE U _ HAUL RENTALS Swarthmore Presbyterian Churc,"_ The Rev. Robert O. Browne of- V. E. ,ATZ, Mgr. !tclaled. RUSSEll'S SERVICE A reception followed the cere-mony at the Sprlnghaven Country Opposite 80rough Parking l~t Club, Wallingford. IUnglwood 3·0440 Dartmoutb and Lafayettl An •••• The new Mrs. Kohls Is a grad- Closed Saturday at 12:30 P.M. uUanteiv eorsf ityth ea nPd entnhsey lUvannivlse rssittayt'es II.~ ;=~;;:;;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;:;:;:::~ Graduate School. Her husband Is a graduate of Carleton College In Northlleld, Minn., and received a doctor's degree from the University of Minnesota. Following a wedding trip to Ber­muda the couple will reSide In Austin. ----- BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. GOrdoo K. Vestre of Malvern announce the arrival of theIr' second son, Kenneth Han- For MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS Call MRS. LLOYD E. KAUFI"MANI K13-2080 UGUSTOPPOR spending two weeks vacationing at I~~;;.;:~~~;;.;:~~~~~~~I their summer home at Lock Haven. r Mr .. Ernest D. Lewis of Park avenue has just returned after spending a week at Camr Farthest Out In Kalamazoo, MICh. WhIle there she addressed the American Association ot Women MInIsters Buffel Luncheons Served Do lIy BOTH HOT & COLD DISKES S1.2S BuHel Dinners Thursday 5 to 9 Sunday 3 to 8:30 S2.7S THE WILD GOOSE Route 1, Baltimore Pike (4 Mil •• We.t of Media) CLOSED ON MONDAYS SYMBOLS OF PROTECTION These are the aymbola of professional people; men who are skilled In their work. Sure, swift and pos­itive in their efforts, they are ready to help you In time of need. This kind of help Is available In In. Burance too. See us for an expert analysi. of your insurance prograDL I~8 part of the P.S., Perlonal Service of our agency. Peter E. Told All Lines of Insurance 333 DARTMOUTH AVE. Klngswood 3-1833 ' .. "'-. .... ~ .. Choosing Christmas Greetings (p''''~·~.aTi··~·~df!;~;~;!~i51u''n calm Is so pleaoantl They'll be ready far early addressing - when you've time to write the friendly notes which frame Chrlstmasl They'll be In the mall early and seem a privilege to all never a charel They're much Ie .. costly - 20% off In 10% off in see our choice collection ! Augu.t September. COME CHOOSE I GIFTS K13-1900 15 SOUTH CHESTER ROAD AUPlta.198Z WITH TRooP 331 IN EUROPE Edltc"s Note: The .IUcie below Is the firth 10 the ... rles senl by Sandy Thomll"' klns ,.,porting on tho Senior Girl Scout "l"lOop's lravels abroad. The girls. "'00 salled June 14, are now compl .. Ung Ihelr seventh wpek. July 25, HeLdelberg, Malnz, Cologne, Copenhogen - our trip Is rapidly drallng to a close. In Heidelberg we stayed in a lovely youlh hostel for two nights. During the day we sho(llOed, swam at a nearby pool, 'or dolled the r.oo next to the bostel. Betore leamg for Malnz, we lIad a picniC at the castel: aboa the cl~y. Malnz was a one - nlgbl slop, and again we had a beauUful hostel. The German " 'j .'-. THE SWARTHMOREAN A TTEND UNITED FUND WORK SHOP hosl~ IS are state -subsIdized, and 963 U d most of them are modern, ABC's of raising fund. for next foli'o I nite spacLous, clean, and very nice. Fund Torch Drive were learn. d at recent orientation work. FrClID. MaInZ we took a boat (a shop for volunteers at UF headquarters In Media. Local paddle-wheeler!) down theRhlneto volunteers who took part were (I. to r.) Thom*os Plttock, Jr., Cologne. The weather was cloudy, of Glen Mills, chairmon, campaign's Western.Del.aware but not too bad for photographs, County division; John H. Rawley of Rose Valley, cha"m~n, ond the castles on the Rhine were C .. ntral.Westem zone; and William Butler of Media, chaIr' certa1nly worth photographing. At man, Providence division. Coltgne we had a fine dinner and 1--~~~~~~:::'~::':=::"-t'ii;Jj;jj:j:'iiCiHPi!OiGii~MM--1 walled around the cathedral. Then ~F" T P t IN FRENCH PROGRA we caught a nlght-t r aI0 .• or C open- Ives ry aren .S wJaarmthems orRe. Cmomlleegse, am asjeonriinogr aInt ha~~ ~d 'We arrived in Copenhagen mld- P rI al"ture economics, Is continuing his y da, Saturday, and got settled at a 0 r . of the French language at the Sor-large modern hOstel. on the out- bonne In Paris this summer, under skirts of the city. To our sur- SRA ProgJ'iJm Has a program sponsored by Temple prl ... and deUght this one had bot University. wate:r s.nd showers -a real luxury One Week To Go The partiCipants, In the pro-since mos!· hostels have provided gram, more than 200 college and onl! cold water. On Bunday On the next to the last week high school students, and teachers, mom!ng we went to Gruntvlg's of the Swarthmore Recreation trom 35 siates and Canada, began Chul"eh, which Is a beaulltul new Summer Program, the 'prlmary their four-week session of classes . yellCJw brick bulldlng, quite mod- group bad a busy time making at the Sorbonne on July.16. erlllstic yet almost GOtidc In de- "Tom-Toms" oul of Inner lubes their bltldS on construction paper slgJl. Later we were Iaken on a and corree cans. Some of those and then cut out the pattern and tour of the c1ty by a gtrl from ,that were well done were made pa'!rted lhese on paPl!r mats. The a Danish youth group, which In- by Cindy Cottman, Becky Michael, . most exciting projectforthlsclass cluded a boat ride out loto the Stephen seidman, and Kenneth was to make profUes of the chlld­hv1> or. The boat left us al the Parry. "Peep Shows" were an- ren oul of black paper and then Stabe at Hans Christian Ander- other big Item for this group-these mount them on white paper. The sOn'" Littlo Mermaid, which. sits were made froln shoe boxes and children were proud to show them on a rock in the water looking. those of Emmy Lou Haas and to their parents. forlornly out to sea. From there Stephen Halghl w~re most unusUal. The "fours" spenl lhe week we walked back Into town for The post~klndergarten class studying transportation. They told dlm.,r. In the evening we all went conu.u.ed with lhelr physical fIt- . stories of IraJns, flre-lrucks, and to T:l.vou. _ ness program thlsweekandLesler airplane .. Jeff Geist and the Payer Tlvoli Is a fabulous amusem*nl Lin, Barbara RUey and Janice boys enjoyed these stories very parle;, and we all had a glorious Jacobson led the rest In doing the much. The class made paper flat time there. Wa rode lhe roller most sit-ups. The art project ot cars and airplanes to further con­coaster, ferris wheel, and bumper the week was to make pictures 'llnue the theme of transportation cars, ate popcorn and cotton candy, trom wallpaper scraps and con- . and the week ended with a song walc:bed the panlomlme show and slructlon paper andamostorlgInsJ . about a train which was sung the acrobots, and wandered around piece was made by David Fulru- while the children made a human NAME SUMMER CLUB WINNERS The w1nners for last week's "Carnival of Activities" (Table Tenols, Chess, Checkers, Quoits, Croquet, Badminton, GOlf, Paddle TenniS, SkIttles, Box Hockey, Page 3 l'ODiB8rneYBIDDS, aDd 101m Rick­aeclUtr: loj Kenny Moore, MIte. . Bre ..... , and Jack Benton, 9; Alex Buhayar. Judy TYson, Martha Welbourn, Pam CoIdey, and MIke Riley, 8. Today Is the last day of Summer Club's 1962 season. Shuttleboard) were: Mrs. M. R. Dimmitt of Rutgers Tyrone Crittendon, 22 points; avenue had as her overnight guests Phil Moore, 21; SteVe Townes, this week her daughter Mrs. Jos9ph Peter Leslie, Frank Mader, and 11. Walsh and children Peter, David Gideon Young, 18; Jim CrittendOn and Jean of Doylestown. and Cralg Colt, 17; Sue Riley, 16; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Schu- Dick Wilburn, Maje Gerner, and macher of College avenue and their Mary Beth Hannum 13; Steve house goests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore, Hugh Oldach, Harry WII- G. KlIzer of Dunedin, Fla •• spent son, and Sherry Halght, 11; Nancy the- weekend In Manchester, VI. Moore, C;:had Haight, David Car- ::::;:~ r 'V CEL~ SHOE SHOP 102 Park Avenue WILL RE-OPEN MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 6TH Nurseries, Inc. 684 SOUTH NEW-MIDDLETOWN ROAD, MEDIA . - Oppaslte Highmeadaw _ (between Dutton "Mill Ruad and Knowlton Road) Telephone - TRem,!nt 2-7~06 --Ask for Ben Palmer" CONSTRUCTION Walls . Walks" Terraces SHADE TREES P . . l eIleH.1Ua'-4, BROADLEAVED EVERGREENS ·POTIED STAR ROSES· and Miniature Roses POWER SPRAYING Open Daily Sundays 12 until until 5:30 5:30 WE DELIVER P.M. P.M. In ... vain attempt to see every- shima. train and· marched around.the I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ thlng. One evening wasn't enough, The flve-year-olds started the room. I: • so we all went back Monday nlghl. week by painting sea shells and The "threes" used this week to • B,bappycolncldencewsmetmem- making pictures of thclr parents. make paper collages and to color bers of an AmerIcan lroop we had The latter were most Interesting paper plates. They also learned a been with at OUr Chalet, as well to see. On Tucsday each child new song and continued to make as some boys from the ASFC made a tamlly tree sbowlng the good use of the play equjpment. \ wlJO had been with us on the S. S. many branches of each tamlly. The big treat of the week was UlIlted States. Most of us could I ~w:e~dn~e:s~da:!:y~t~h:e,:c~hIl~d:r~e~n:::ou::lIIn=~ed;:::th:e::;m~o~vI::e;o:::n~F~rl~da;;Y;, -;;;;;;;;;;--1 have spent many more evenings In" How to discourage burglars, when awa. y Tivoli.' C " I Prepared as a Public ServIce by _,he 8urilary Prevention Week Advisory omml ep.. . "-Our two remainlitg days n 11 S. Morgan St., Chicago 7, illinOIS. C~nhagen' were spent shopping. It Is a shopper's paradlae. To OllT surprise and pleasure our leaders presented us with a bonliS of extra shopping money from troop funds, made possible by past thrtttiness and good luck. We aU had a lovely time spend­Ing il. l_ We are presently on a train bc.ulld for Stockholm. From our wln<iows we can see the rolling c",ntryslde, covered with pine lrees and dotted wilh small still Isles. Every so otlen there Is a weB-kept farm, usually with red buildings. The weather Is gor­gI(> US. and we are all looking for­ward to our five -day stay In the "3",101 ot Sweden." SUMMER LIBRARY HOURS MON., WED., FRI. 2 - 9 P.M. TUESDAY & THURSDAY 2 - 5 P.M. • * * CltllDREH'S LIBRARY WEDIIESDAY 9 - 12 CONNECT TIMER TO LAMP A darkened house, or a light that bur~s all nighl, attracts burglars. Use automatic timer to turn lights ON and OF~ eac.h eve· ning. This makes .house look lived-in and it a good protective measure. CANCEL ALL n'"V'.'E5 A littered porch and I~wn means you're away Arrange to have mail held and all deliveries suspended during your a~sence. Ask a nelahbor 10 sweep your Sidewalk and mow your lawn, too. LOCK ALL DOORS ANO WINDOWS Securely lock all doors anti w~ndows. Use safety lalches on dOOfS ,anti WindowS, too. Don't make. burl""s JOb easy! LEAVE BLINDS PAR'rlALILY Tighlly drawn blinds may keep the sun oul but also betray your "absence." leave curtains and blinds as you {lormally WOuld, when home. NOTIFY PPLICE Tell one neighbor and local police of the dates you'll be away. They can keep an, eye on thinKS during your absence. ' CLOSE GARAGE DOORS Keep. laflae doors closed. II!, e.mpty aa· rate with the doors open, indicates no one 'is home. It's a lcod Idea to keep' larden tools and ladders locked uP. tOOt' Otherwise a plowler may use them to Ie into your home. CONVERT TO NOW FOR COMFORT -<"'(if NEXT WINTER I It usually takes ol'ly a day to install a gas furnace or convert heating equipment in good condition. And summer is the ideal time to make the change. Then you'lI he assured of heating comfort throughout the entire house for years to come. Gas house heating is quiet and economical-operating costs compare favorably with other automatic heating fuels. Get mote inlormation 011 automatic lias hou.e beoliftf1 by col/lftf1 your local plumbing or healing cor/lrocr", or any 01 our luhurban oItK.'. PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC COMPANY • . "

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INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE ALS Mr. and Mrs. W1I11am Craemer of Harvard avenue have returned home tromaflve-week trIp abroad. They visited Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and Poland. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Peters and daughters Dianne and Janet ot North Swal-thmore avenue attended the wedding of Mr. Thomas Kremer. Jr., In Winchester, Va., last week. The Peters tamUywere oresldents of WInchester for 15 years prIor to movIng to Swarth­more. \Varren Kitts, son of Dr. and Mrs. Albert W. Kitts of Guernsey road, has returned from Camp Kwahotl, Newfoundland, Pa., w,h ere he spent two weeks. Mrs. Norman Niederrlter and daughters Katrina and Lauren of Fairview road are h~aving' this week for Ann Arbor, Mich. While there Lauren will attend riding camp at cottonwood Farms In Dexter. Mrs. Nlederrlter and Katrina, together with Mrs. Nlederrlter's sister Mrs. G. Richards Downs of Ann Arbor will spend a week at Makinac Island. Katrina returned this week from Camp HIdden Falls where she was a Counselor-In-Training for the month of July. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Hayes, formerly of North Swarthmore avenue and now of Clearwater, Fla., and Franklin, N. C., have been staying for about a week with theIr son-In-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. IrvIng and family of Harvard avenue and visiting their other children In the area - their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. EdWard Lawhorne of Moylan; sons and daughters-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kirk of Brookhaven and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Kirk of Green Lanei and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kirk who are enroute to the Virgin Islands from Alaska. Col. and Mrs. George Logan of Cornell avenue have had as their guests Mrs. Logan's sisters from Philadelphia, Mrs. Frances Berry, who 1s staying for the summer, and Miss MIriam FitzMaurice, who lert on Tuesday for a slx­week visit In Alaska. The Logans' daughter MIss Mary EUzabethI.o­gan, is visiting her Sister-in-law Mrs. James FitzMaurIce Logan at Fort Benning, Ga., for several weeks. Karen Sutherland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Suther­land of North Chester road, spent 10-days visiting with frIends at Stockbridge Bowl, Mass. Robert B. Jarratt, son or Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Dennett of North Princeton avenue, is study­Ing with the Bryn Mawr Summer Institute of French Studies In A vignon, France. He completed the six weeks course today and will travel for three more weeks before returning home on August 27. and a half weeks vtslt1ng his cousIn Geoffrey Fallows. Mr. and Mrs. WillIam B. Patton ot Haverford place will leave to­morrow to spend several days with Mrs. Patton's parents Mr. and Mrs. Panl B. Banks at theIr sum­mer home In Towanda. The Misses Gall and SUsan Robbins ot Huntington, Long Island have just returned home atter spending the month of July with theIr grandmother and aunt Mrs. John II Pitman and Mrs. Lorene McCarter of Vassar avenUe. Mr. and Mr s. M. Joseph Willis and daughters Amy, LouAnn and Pat of Wallingford will leave today for a year in Roorkee, India, where Mr. WUlIs will be serving as a guest professor at the Uni­versity of Roorkee. Marilyn Mills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Alexander Mills of Walnut lane will leave on Sunday to spend two weeks at Camp Look­out In Downingtown. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Gaskill of University place will entertain the administrative statf of Jeannes Hospital at a buffet supper at theIr home on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hansell, Jr., of North Swarthmore avenue spent a few days last week In Cape May, N. J. Dr. and Mrs. J. AlbrIght Jones of Elm avenue returned Sunday from three weeks at their summer horne at Blueberry Hill, Eagles Mere, Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Keenen of North Chester road will have as their guests this weekend Dr. and Mrs. Garry deN. Hough, Jr., and Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Palermo of Long Meadow, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur O. James of Park avenue have as their guests thelr son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Char hat and sons Jack, JIm and ChrIs of BemIdji, Mlnn., who arrived August 1 for a month's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hall and sons Stephen and Jeffrey of Park avenue visited friends In York for several ·jays last week. Mr. .nd Mrs. Leslie WeHaufer of S'xath Haven avenue and Mr. an!) Mrs. George Karns of Wel­t ~ley road returned Saturday from a monlh's trip through the western states, Alaska and Canada. While In Fairbanks they received a visit f1'om Mr, and Mrs. Karl JegluID and family. Mr. Jeglum Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claire Jeglum of Hillborn avenue. Barbara Dumm of Dartmouth avenue and Karen Edney returned from BIrmingham, Ala., where Barbara has been vacationing with the E. O. Edney family, formerly of Strath Haven avenue. Karen wlil be staying with the Dummsfor two weeks and WOuld welcome visits from her friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Layton and sons Philip and Lee of Thayer road have just returned atter THE SWARTHMORE AN at the ftnal meeting of tbelr COn-vention. Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. Lingle of Cornell avenue had as tbelr guests for a few days last week theIr son-In-law and grandson Mr. N. Bruce Duffett and Norman from Chappaqua, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Walton 11. Nason ot Cornell avenue had as theIr guesls for a few days theIr son­In- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. James P. BOwditch and two sons from Wllton, Conn., who were eo­route to Avalon, N. J., tor a vacation. Mrs. Samuel Francis Butler of South Chester road has just re­turned from a three-week visit to West HarwIch, Cape Cod, Mass. PrevIous to that she had gone by plane to Chatham, Mass., to attend the funeral of her brother Mr. Robert M. Heberton. Miss Helen Warren entertained at luncheon last Thursday for 25 of her frIends and five of her teachers from the VIneland Traln­Ing School, Vineland, N. J., at the home of her parents Dr. and Mrs. George p. Warren of South Chester road. Mr. and Mrs. FrederlckT. Van­Urk and daughter Ramona left on Wednesday for a few days at theIr summer home at Forest Lake Club in the Poconos. Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook M. Bunt­ing of Yale avenUe are spending the weekend In Washington, D. C. visiting Mr. Bunting's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. O'Brien. KOHLS-MARSHMAN sen, OD Wednesday, July 25. . The maternal grandpareDls are Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Dennett of North Princeton avenue. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Blarne Vestre of Media. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Maginnis of Folsom announce the bIrth of theIr seventh child andtuthdaugh­ter, Annamarte, on July 27 In the University of Pennsylvania Hos­pital. AUlUst 3. 1962 Convalescent Home 2507 Chestnut st .. Chester TRemont 2-5373 24-Hour NursIng Care Aged, Senile. ChronIc Convalescent-Men and Women Excellent Food - Spaclous Grounds . muo cross HonOred Mr. Maginnis Is a memberotthe SWarthmore Police Force. ~;;~~ The Bouquet BEAUTY 9 Chester Road Call Swarthmore 6-0476 SWEENEY & CLYDE Eslobl ished 1858 29 EAST FIFTH STREET, CHESTER, PA. TREMONT 4-6311 SAMUEL D. CLYDE 1872 - 1955 • J. EDWARD CLYDE SAMUEL D. CLYDE, JR. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE APPRAISALS MaTrhseh mmaanr,r Idaagueg ~otfe rM oIsfs MMra. rUanydn ~1 ~::~::~~~~~~~:~~~~::~~~~~~~lm~I~~~ Mrs. IrvIng Marshman of Bowling STATE INSPECTION Green, Media, and Mr. Donald ~~~lI:tm M~o:::,~ ~:/~~!~d :::i~ MOTOR TUNE-UP with ENCINE SCOPE of Rosen:ount, Minn., took place RADIATOR FLUSH WHEEL ALIGNMENT Saturday at 1:30 p.m. In the DYNAMIC WHEEL BALANCE U _ HAUL RENTALS Swarthmore Presbylerlan Church. The Rev. Robert O. Browne of- V. E. ATZ, MgT. flclated. RUSSEll'S SERVICE A reception followed the cere-mony at the Sprlnghaven Country Opposite Borough Parking lot Club, Wallingford. klngswaad 3·0440 Darlmauth and Lafayett. Avenue. The new Mrs. Kohls Is a grad- Closed Saturday at ·12:30 P.M. uate of the Pennsylvania State UnIversity and the University's Graduate School. Her husband Is a graduate of Carleton College In NorthfIeld, MInn., and received a doctor's degree from the University of Minnesota.. Following a wedding trip to Ber­muda the couple will reside In Austin. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Gordon K. Vestre of Malvern announce the arrival of their'second son, Kenneth Han- For MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS Call MRS. LLOYD E. KI3-2080 UGUST OPPORTU Linda Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hall of Park avenue will leave tomorrow by jet for a three-week trip to the west Coast. After visits to Los Angeles and San Francisco she will continue to Oregon where as president of the PhiladelphIa Council of the Metho­dist youth Fellowship she will attend a Convention in Salem. Later she will attend the World's Fair in Seattle, Wash. spending two weeks vacationing at ~~~~~~:;;;~~~~~~~~I their summer home at Lock Haven. r Lynn Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest D. Lewis at Park avenue is at the International youth Work Camp at Ermelo, Holland, this summer. Her slster Kendra 15 with the Peter Gram Swing family at Tanglewood, Mass. Scott Anderson of Bryn Mawr avenue returned by air Saturday from Southampton, Long Island 'ON THE BRIDGE SHOP 1 North Providence Rd. Vlollingford CUSTOM LAMP SHADES HAND PRINTED FABRICS AND WALLPAPERS Open 11 :30 - 4:30 r.los·ed Sats. Mrs. Ernest D. LewIs of Park avenue has just returned after spending a week at Camp Farthest Out In Kalamazoo, Mich. While there she addressed the American Association of Women Ministers II Buffet Luncheons Served Daily BOTH HOT & COLD DISHE S1.2S Buffet Dinners Thursday 5 to 9 Sundoy 3 to 8:30 S2.7S THE WILD GOOSE Route 1, Baltimore Pike (4 Miles West of Media) CLOSED ON MONDAYS SYMBOLS OF PROTECTION These are the symbols of professional people; men who are skilled in their work. Sure. swift and pos .. itive in their efforts, they are ready to help you in time of need, This kind of help is available in in .. surance too, See UB for an expert analysis of your insurance progra~ I~B part of the P.S., Personal Service of our agency, Peter E. Told All Lines of Insurance 333 DARTMOUTH AVE. Klngswood 3-1833 Choosing Christmas Greetings (personnlixed) in ;;;e.,;,;'050n calm is so pleasanll They'll be reody for early addreSSing - when you've lime to write the friendly noles which f,ame Christmas I They'll be in the mail early and seem a privilege to all never a chore I They're much less costly - 20% off in 10% off in see our choice collection ! August September. COME CHOOSE ! GIFTS K13-1900 15 SOUTH CHESTER ROAD • AUlUst 3. 1962 . WITH TROOP 331 IN EUROPE Editor's Note: The article below Is the fifth In tne series sent by Sandy Thomi>"· klns reporting on the Senior Girl Scout Troop·s travels abroad. The girls, who sailed June 14. are now c<ll1lpletlng theIr seventh week. July 25, THE SWARTHMOREAN ATTEND UNlrED FUND WORK SHOP Heidelberg, Malnz, Cologue, Copenhagen - our trip Is rapIdly drawing to a close. In Heidelberg we stayed In a lovely youth hostel tor two nights. DurIng the day we shopped, swam at a nearby pool, or visited the zoo next to the hostel. Before leavIng for Malnz. we had a picnic at the castel above the cl';y. Malnz was a one - night stop, and again we had a beautuul hostel. The German hostels are state-subsidized, and most of them are modern, ABC's of raising funds for next foli'o 1963 United spacious, Clean, and very nice. Fund Torch Drive were learn) d at recent orientation work. From Malnz we took a boat (a shop for vnlunteers ot UF headquarters in Media. Locol paddle-wheeler I) down the Rblne to volunteers who took part were (I. to r.) Thomas Pittock, Jr., Cologne. The weather was cloudy, of Glen Mills, chairman, campaign's Western.Delawa.e but not too had for photographs, County division; John H. Rawley of Rose Valley, chairmon, and the castles on the Rhine were Central.Western xone; and Williom Butler of Media, chair. certainly worth photographing. At Cologne we had a fine dinner and I-_::m:a::;n!., .:P_r::o:.v::i:d:.:e:::n:.:c:.:e~d:..iv :.:i:•.: . :.io::n:::.:....-t-;-;:;-;~~:;;;:;:;--;;-"';;:-D.i:u ___- ! walked around the cathedral. Then T P .IN FRENCH PROGRAM we caught a night-train for Copen- Fives ry arent James R. HImes, a senIor at hagen. Swarthmore College majoring in We arrIved In Copenhagen mld- P rt 't economics, Is continuing his study day Saturday, and got settled at a 0 ral ure of the F.ench language at the Sor- NAME SUMMER CLUB WINNERS The winners tor last week's "Carnival ot Activities" (Table Tennis. Chess, Checkers, QuOits, Croquet, Badminton, Golf, Paddie TenniS, Skittles, Box Hockey, Shuffleboard) were: Tyrone Crittendon, 22 poInts; Phil Moore, 21; Steve Townes, Peter Leslie, Frank Mader. and Gideon Young, 18; JIm Crittendon and Craig Colt, 17; Sue RUey, 16; Dick Wilburn, Maje Gerner, and Mary Beth Hannum 13; steve Moore, Hugh Oldach, Harry WU­son, and Sherry Haight, 11; Nancy Moore, Chad Haight, DavId Car- Page 3 roU.sarneyB1nns, and John ruck­secker: 10! Kenny Moore, Mike Brennan, and Jack Benton, 9; Alex Buhayar, Judy Tyson, Martha Welbourn, Pam co*kley, and Mike RUey,8. Today is the last day otSummer Club's 1962 season. Mrs. M. R. DImmitt of Rutgers avenue had as her overnight guests this week her daughter Mrs. Joseph H. Walsh and "hildren Peter, David and Jean of Doylestown. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Schu­macher of College avenue and their house guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Kilzer of DunecUn, Fla" spent the- weekend In Manchester, vt. 102 Park Avenue WILL RE-OPEN MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6TH large modern hostel on the out- bonne in Paris this summer, under -...-/'---~.../"-.. skIrts of the city. To our sur- SRA Progrnm HilS a program sponsored by Temple ~iiiijii-~ ~iii~;;~;';ijii~';;~~;;'~;.ij~~~.;; prIse and delight thIs one had hot University. r i water and showers-a real luxury 0 W k T 6 The participants, In the pro-since most· hostels have provided ne ee 0 0 gram, more than 200 college and only cold water. On Sunday On the next to the last week high school students, and teachers, morning we went to Gruntvig's of the Swarthmore Recreation from 35 states and Canada, began Church, which Is a beautiful new Summer Program, the primary their four-week session of classes yellow brIck building, quite mod- group had a busy time making at the Sorbonne on July.16. ernistlc yet almost Gothic in de- "Tom-Toms" out of inner tubes their handS on construction paper sIgn. Later we were taken on a and coffee cans. Some of those and then cut out the pattern and tour of the city by a gIrl from that were well done were made pa'"sted these on paper mats. The a Danish youth group, which In- by Cindy Cottman, Becky Mlcbael, most exciting project for thIs class cluded a boat ride out Into the Stephen SeIdman, and Kelmeth was to make profiles of the chlld­harbor. The ooat left us at the Parry. "Peep Shows" were an- ren out of black paper and then statue of Hans ChrIstian Ander- other bIg Item for this group-these mount them on white paper. The son's Little Mermaid, which, sits were made from shoe boxes and children were proud to show them on a rock in the water looking those of Emmy Lou Haas and to their parents. forlornly out to sea. From there stephen Haight we;re moslunusual. The "lours" spent the week we walked hack Into town for The post-kindergarten class studying transportation. They told dinner. In the evening we all went continlled with theIr physical fIt- stories of trains, fire-trUCkS, and to Tivoli. ness program thts week and Lester airplanes. Jeff Geist and the Payer TivoU is a fabulous amusem*nt Lin, Barbara Riley and Janice boys enjoyed these stories very park, and we all had a glorIous Jacobson led the rest In doIng the much. The class made paper fiat time there. We rode the roller most sit-ups. The art project of cars and aIrplanes to further con­coaster I ferris wheel, and bumper the week was to make pictures tinue the theme of transportation cars, ate !X>pcornandcottoncandy, from wallpaper scraps and con- . and the week ended with a song watched the pantomime show and structlon paper and a most original about a train which was sung the acrobats, and wandered around piece was made by David f*cku- while the children made a human in a vain attempt to see every- shima.. train and marched around the thing. One evening wasn't enough, The five-year -aIds started the room. so we all went back Monday night, week by painting sea shells and The "threes" used this week to By happy coincidence we met mem- making pIctures of theIr parents. make paper collages and to color bers of an AmerIcan troop we had The latter were most Interesting paper plates. They also learned a been with at Our Chalet, as well to see. On Tuesday each child new song and continued to make as some boys from the ASFC made a family tree showIng the good use of the play equipment. \ who had been with us on the S. S. many branches Of each family. The big treat of the week was United States. Most of us could l..:w.:.e:d;n~e::s:.::da:::.y~th.:.e=-c~h~l.:.ld.:.r:.:e:.:n:....:o:.:u.::tl.::ln~e_d7_t:.:h:.:e:..:;m~o:.:vi::e;:.;:o::.n.:F:.:r:;l.:d~aY:"~::-::-:-::-::-::-::---t have spent many more evenings in t" b I h TIvoli. How to discourage urg ars. w en away "Our two rem2.ining days in Prepared as a Public Service by the Burglary Prevention Week Adllisory Committee. 11 S. Morgan St., Chicago 7, Illinois. Copenhagen were spent shopping. It Is a shopper's paradise. To our surprise and pleasure our leaders presented us with a bonus of extra shoppIng money from troop funds, made possible by past thriftiness and good luck. We all had a lovely time spend­Ing It. "We are presently on a train bound for Stockholm. From our windows we can see the rolling countryside, covered with pine trees and dotted with small stili lakes • Every so often there is a well-!<ept farm, usually with red buildings. The weather Is gor­geous, and we are all looking for­ward to our five-day stay In the capttal of Sweden.' , SUMMER LIBRARY HOURS MON., WED., FRI. 2 - 9 P.M. TUESDAY & THURSDAY 1 - 5 P.M. • • • CHILDREN'S LIBRARY WEDNESDAY 9 - 12 CONNECT TIMER TO LAMP A darkened house, or a light that burns all night, aUracts burglars. l.!se automatic timer to turn Ilghh ON and OFF eac,h eve· ning, This makes house look IIved·1n and i~ a good protective measurt! CANCEL ALL OELIVElilES A littered porch and lawn means you're away. Arrange to hallemail held and all deliveries suspended during your absence, Ask a neighbor to sweep your sidewalk and mow your lawn, too, LOCK ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS ~ ................ Securely lock all doors and windows. Use safety latches on doors and windows, 100. Don't make a burglar's job easy! LEAVE BLINDS TIghtly drawn blinds may keep the sun out, but also betray your ·'absence." Lealie curtains and blinds J~ you normally WOUld, when home. NOTIFY POLICE Tell one neighbor and local police of the dates you'll be away. They CJn keep ani eye on things durmg your absence. CLOSE CARACE DOORS Keep ga,rage doors closed. An e:mpty ga· raee, With the doors open •. Indicates (10 one is hOme. It's a good Idea to keep· garden _10015 and ladders locked up, too. OtherWIse a prowler may use them to gel into your home. • Rose Valley Nurseries, Inc. 6B4 SOUTH NEW-MIDDLETOWN ROAD, MEDIA . - Opposite Highmeodow - (between Dutton Mill Ruad and Knowlton Road) Telephone - TRemont 2-7206 U Ask for Ben Palmer" CONSTRUCTION Walls . Walks. Terraces SHADE TREES P _ . I • g~ ~ BROADLEAVED EVERGREENS * POlTED STAR ROSES * and Miniature Roses POWER SPRAYING Open Daily Sundays 12 CONVERT TO I1hW unti I until HOUSE HEATING , NOW 5:30 5:30 WE DELIVER P.M. P.M. --------------------_. FOR COMFORT NEXT WINTER! J[ umally lakes O!1ly a day [0 install a gas furnace or convert heating equipment in good condition. And summer is the ideal time to make [he change. Then you'll he assured of heating comfort throughout the entire housc for years to come. Gas house heating is quict and economical-operating costs compare favorably with other automatic heating fuels. G., more information on automatic gas house ".a,ing by calling your local plumbing or hea,ing co"'raC#or or any of our suburban o";cel • • PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC COMPANY , • •

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\ Page 4,THE SWARTHMOREAN S:===========:::;:===OJO;'SSfE~PH;:;-;;Ml. EEDDEiEN~H~A~RrrT-rV\;i;is;;;it White House THE SWARTHMOR1!~N PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SWARlHMORE, PENNA. PETER E. TOLD. MARJORIE T. TOLD, Publishers Phone Klnllswood 3-0900 PETER E. TOLD, Editor BARBARA B. KENT. Managinl Editor Rosalie D. Pelrsol MIllY E. Palmer Marjorie T. Told Entered as Second Class Matter, January 114, 1929, at the Post Office at Swarthmore, Pa .• under the Act of Marcb 3, 1879. DEADLINE - WEDNESDAY 11 A.M. SWA~THMORE, PENNA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1962 "All that Is necessary for the forces of evil to win in the world is that enough good men do nothing". Edmund Burke PRES"BYTERIAN NOTES METHODIST NOTES Mr. Browne wlll preach at the Mr. Kulp will preach at the 10:30 service of Morning Worship service of Morning Worship Sun­on Sunday. An Informal social day at 10 a.m, His topic wUl be period will follow on the lawn. "Falth Spelled Out," tbe first of Child care and supervision Is' a ,ser~es Of, five sermons under provided through the kindergarten' the general heading "Falth for Joseph M. Edenhari, dIreetor of Mr. and Mrs. ·Rutherford B. malnteD811C8 at the swarthmore Ha)'88 IUId lamUyof Btrm'..,..m, Schools for more tban 110 years, ·Mich., were recent bouse guests died Saturday, July 28, In the of Mr. 1UId, Mrs. Edward B. Fltzprald Mercy Hospital Darby. Irving alHsrvardaveoue,wbowere He was In his late 70's. enroute bOme from .a visit to At the time, of his death he Washington, D. C. was Township BuIlding IDspectcr As the result of a letter. their for SpriDgfleld, a pot/lUon he as- son Ruddy had wdtten, slallDg Burned foUoW1ng his retirement, that he and his famUy were going from the swarthmore schools.' to sJght-see at the Capitol, the The husband olthe late Margaret Hayes' received a spaclsl In­Hatfield Edenhart, he had lived vltaUon for a conduoted tour of at 365 East Springfield road for the WhIte House. The tour In­more than 40 years. cluded the desk of tbe late Pres- He Is survived by three Sisters, Ident Rutherford B. Hayes which a granddaugbter and three great- Mrs. Kennedy had fouod In one g~andcbUdren. of 'the storage rooms and bad Services were held at 9 a.m. had restored and placed In the Tuesday In, CUlton Heights. Re- President's study. qulem mass was sung at 10 a.m. Mr. Hayes Is the greatlll"SDdson In st. Francis of Asslssl Churcb, of the 19th President of the United' Burial was private. States. Your Social Security ?NT~!~~~~~AMPS Following Is one of a series o~ (Continued from Page 1) .Auauat3, 1963 age level. These Days • .t, Tuesday Morning Prayers are SUnday School for all classes held at 9 a.m. of tbe children'S division (Nursery -~~:-:'::-::':":"-::-::-:':'7:"'::::::--1 through Sixth Grade) are held at frequently asked questions and all-star game last night. Last answers on SOcial Securlt;y. The year's all-slar game was won by series was prepared by Herbert W. the SOuth and the champion ottawas pruber, District Manager of the Chester Office. For further Informa· vow this year wUl be a repeUtion. Patty Narbeth of Yale avenue Ilon regarding these or any other On Sunday, August 5, the PhIl- Is a counselor for the summer quesllons you mll3 bave, contact adelphls All-Stars, made up of the SOcial Securll;y Office, 305 at Camp Owalssa at Pocono Pines. CHURCH SERVICES 9:45 a.m. . Youtb and adult Sunday School 1'ldellt;yoChester BuUdlng,Chester, 11t~b~e=~~~~~@~~~of~~th~e~===~;::::==-..:...:..:~_.:..:~ Pa. - telephone TRemont 4-5264. I, ,PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH classes are scheduled for 8:45a.m. Series No.3 ~. My father has been working regularly in my lumber business for some years. I never reported him for social security purposes but now he says i should. Is he D. Evor Roberts, Minister 'I'he soloist for the service wUl RobertO.Browne,Assoc.Minisfer be Charlotte Knopp, She will sing Minister 01 Christian Education "In My Father's House Are Many Sunday, August 5 Mansions." 9:30 A.M,-Summer Choir Re­hearsal 10:30 A.M.-Mr. Browne will , preach Tuesday, August 7 9:00 A.M • .,..Moming Prayers -------------~'----·I METHODIST CHURCH The Rev. John C. Kulp. Minist James S. MacMah! Minister for Youth Charles Schisler Minis"'r of Music S~nday, August 5 8:45 A.M.-Sunday School 9 :45 A.M.-:-Sunday School, chilo dren through 6th Grade. . 10:00 A.M.-Mr, Kulp willpreacl ------- TRINITY CHURCH The Rev. Layton P. Zimmer, Rector The Rev. George R. McKelvey Curate ri!iht? CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ~ons A. Yes. Work done by a patent Manklnd's need for prayer, as an employe e of his son based on heartfelt gratitude to. daughter in the course of a God wUl be brought out at Christian regular trade or business has Science church services Sunday In notbeencovered from the begin­the Lesson-8ermon on the-subject ning through 1960. However of "Love." the law was cbanged so that IUghllghtlng the Lesson-Sermon such employment is covered Is the Golden Text from the Bible beginning January 1, 1961 and (1 John 4): the wages should be reported "God- Is love; and be that Q. My wife Is 40 years of age dwelleth In love dwelleth In God, and we have tbree children and God In him." under age 18. She had to qu,it A citation to be read from her job in February, 1961 due "Science and Health with Key to to disability, after being em­the Scriptures" of which Mary played 12 years. Would she be Baker ~ddy is the author slates entitled to disability benefits? (p.4): A. Possibly. If your wife' files "What we most need Is the a claim for disability benefits prayer of fervent desire for and 'meets the requirements, growth In grace, expressed In she may become entitled to patience, meekness, love, and good monthly benefits as far back as deeds." September 1961 Also, children All are invited to attend the under age 18 may qualfrJ for services at 11 a.m. In First Church benefits payable over the same of Christ, SCientist, 206 Park period. THE SAlE YOU HAVE BEEN ASKING ABOUT ANNUAL CLEARANCE Hollyhock Gift Shop S So. Chester Road MANY GIFTS OF , GOOD TASTE GOOD BUYS HARD TO RESIST JULY 30TH TO AUGUST 10TH INC. . OPEN fRIDAY NIGHT TILL 8:30 Sunday, August 5 (Trinity VII) 8:00 A.M.-Holy Communion and Word avenue. Q. I have my own business but Oosed Saturday during July and August close It down for 2 months every 9:00 A,M,-Mornlng Prayer and Sermon 10: 15 A.M.-Holy Communion and Sermon Monday, August 6 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer Tuesday, August 7 9:15 A.M.-Morning Prayer Wednesday, August 8 9:15 A.M.-Morning Prayer Thursday, August 9 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer .Friday, August 10 9: 11\ A.M.-Morning Prayer 2 Gentlemen From Laos Two gebtlemen from Laos are visitors this month In a SWarth­more and a Rutledge home. The visitors, WhO have finished a year of study at the University of HaWaii, are here under the JOint auspices olihe Royal Laos Govern­ment and the United States Govern­ment. Chansone Thlppraxay and Vllath Douangphoumy are the guests, respectively, of Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam M. Stanton, Jr., of Riverview :oad, and of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert J. Smyers of Rut­ledge. Chansone and VUath arrived In THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY this country on June 11, InSeattle, OF FRIENDS and traveled by bus and traln to Salt Lake City. Denver, Chicago, Sunday, August 5 and Detroit, arriving In New York 11:00 A.M.-Meeting for Worshlp on July 4, and In Philadelphia on Monday, August 6 July 26. They will leave from All-Day Sewing for AFSC here on :August 20 for a 104y Wednesday, August 8 stay In Washington, D. C. They wlll begin another semester of All-Day Quilting for AFSC study at Hawall In October and FIRST CHURCH OF plan to return to their homes next spring, CHRIST SCIENTIST At bome, Chansone and VUath Park Avenue below Ha~vard are under the civil service of Sunday, August 5 the Laos Government, Chansone 11:00 A.M.-Sunday School fr9m tbe Department of Economic 11 :00 A. M.-The LessonoSermon AffairS, VUath from the National will be "Love". Assembly. Planned trips for the'vlsllors Wednesday evening meeting each here Include a Jaunt to Media for week, 8 P,M. Reading Room, 409 Dartmouth Avenue, open a glimpse of the County Govern­week- days elcept holldays, ment, and tours of Sun Ship, Scott lo-5~ Friday evening 7-9. Paper, Verlol, Atlantic Refining, -.~--------------t General Electric, and the PhI4- ~ delphls InquIrer. LEIPER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 900 Fairview Road The Rev. Jam.s Barber, Mlnlste Sunday, August 5 9:00 A.M,-Church School 10:00 A,M.-Molnlng Worship , . In the times In between, they 'would both like to "meet people and do thlnga";' and since both tbe 8tantons and the Smyers are wIlllDe to share their psis, their telepbone DUmhersaregiven: KI 4-1851 fOf the stantons, KI- 3 tor ,t he 8m,.rs. winter to vacation in Florida. I ~:=:::::::===~::::;;=~=:==::=:::;===:====~~;:::;;;:::;;::;~ Can I get benefits for those ••••••••••••••• months even though my net profits are over $5,000 a year? A. Yes. Regardless of total SPEAKING OF PRICES earningS,' a person can get . ~ocial security check I for any month in which he does not render substantial services in his own ~usiness. INJURED Mildred Bond, Clerk of the Swarthmore-Rutledge Union School Board, fell at her home on Yale avenue Monday morning and broke her right arm, at the neck of the humerus' just below her sboulder. Miss Bond was preparing to finish off the payroll before be­ginning her vacation. NEW FICTION FlcUon - Cbtn Y Lee, Cripple Mah and the New Order. Russell F. Davis, I LOve You, Mary Fall. Norman R. Ford, The Black, the Gray, and the Gold. Richard Gor­don, Doctor on Toast. WUl Henry, San juan HDl. Doris Lessing, The Golden Notebook. Judab L. stam,P­fer, SOl Myers. Jerome Weidman, Tbe Sound Bow Bells. Susan Yorke, Agnecy House, Malaya. , Mysteries - Hubert MonteUhet, The Praying Manllses, Donald E, Westlake, 361. Npn"Flction - American RadIo Relay League, Tbe MobUe Manual for Radio Amataurs.JosepbMUton Bernstein, BaudelaIre, Rlmbaud, VerlalDe. Geoffrey Bibby, Four Thousand Years Ago. Jens Bjerre, galabarl. Richard Collter, ThII Sanda of DunkIrk. stllphen Crane, The Collected Poems of Stephen Crane. WUltam Stearns Davis, We lin EUzabethan Days. RaymondLee Ditmars, Reptiles of the World. Berpn Evans,Comfortable Words. DO YOU WANT SOMETHING SPECIAU This Week Only - August 3rd To 11th 25% OFF THE REGULAR \ , PRICES OF OUR STOCK OF: ® GOLF BAGS- BASEBALL BATS BASEBALL GLOVES - TENNIS RACKETS LADIES SUMMER HATS & BEACH BAGS NO REORDERING - NO GIFT WRAPPING ALL SALES FINAL THE CAMERA & HOBBY SHOP 4·6 Park Ave., Swarthmore KI3-4J9J FRI 9 to 8:30. SAT 9 to J:OO •••••••••••••••• , August 3, 1962. __ -'-------,r-_____ ::-: . THE SWARTHMOREAN page 5 .. -----7~-._ ----'--'----=~=---=-=---_-----_-- ----'~- Robert, Wade' House HOSFORD. CUSHING SEACOLTS STUDI.ES AT ALBAlty I'NotesNews '62 SWIM CHAMPS Divld A- Woodward, busband • . (Continued from Page 1) REWARDED of, the former Joanne Shearer of' Mrs. Henry L. Smith 01 the In $20,000' Campaign 1 and 2, So Brown 3; Jr. boys - ,Flfty-one. s8&colts r~lved SwartilmOre avenue, Is stu_'1 Dartmouth House' re, turned Setur- J. Cushing 1, Bradley Brown 2, swartbmore SwIm Club'~ first jov. . tMB summer at Albany Medical, day after spending several clays The RobOori Wade Nelghborbood J. Espenscbade 3; Int. girls - team emblems this week Inrecog~ College, New· York, under a re-. vacaUoning In' Hershey wltb he .. House of Chester Is currently A- TOWDeS I, B. Gerner 2, C. nltlonoftheIr"flDespIrltandhard searcbfellowshlp. , daughter Mrs •. John Handy of conducliDg a $30,000 campaign for Espeoschade 3; sr. girls - So I work" In pracUces and meets.! Mr_ Woodward, tbe'son 01 Mrs.' ,Crisfield, M~,. capital funds. Wigton 1, J. Espenschade 2; sr.', This neophyte team, bullt up by I Harriet So Woodward of Brooklyn; Elizaheth BunllDg of Yale avenue , Twenty years ago the Robert boys - D. McCurdy 1, R. McCurdy Co-coaches Mrs. Klsney Schmidt 'I N. Y., has completed his sopbo- wUl be the guest this weekend 01 Wade Neighborhood House was ~, J. Ferguson 3. 'and Mrs. Mary Ann Hood during more year of study at Albany. Anne and Gene Douglass of Park founded In the historic Friends Sandy Robinson did a creditable ,the past several weeks, bas only IHe Is currently performing re- lavenue at "FaIrlea" In Noxen, Meeting at 248 Market Street to job as the only intermediate boy six swimmers wbo have had any , Isearch under the supervision of ,ho~e of Anne and Gene's grand­help meet educational and rec- entry, managed to chalk up 10 previous experience In competitive : ,faculty members In the depart- ;parents Dr_ and Mrs, Eugene reatloual needs of all age groupS cup points by nearly matching swimming techniques. Ten of last ' ; ment of medicine. I Farley. In a lOW-income neighborhood records tbough lacking Impetus of season's best Seacolts moved up The fellowshlp Is supported bya i Mr, and Mrs. Ansel J. Butter­where the need was great and comparable comp!\Utlon, to the Seaborse team and took grant to the Medical College from ifleld and daugbter Bethany moved facWtles Inadequate, It has grown New swarthmore records set In part In Suburban Leagae meets United States Public Health _ jSaturday from tbe Dartmouth In response 10 urgent commUnIty , this season's finale were:, I this year. ' ' Physical Medicine. ; House 10 their new bome at 557 needa to the point where It has Int. girls 220-yard freestyle - Many current Seseolts couldn't. Juniata avenue. a .full-tlme paid director, an ex- B. Gerner 2:45.7 (was s. Wigton even swim freestyle In good form Chairs Central ,I Dr. and Mrs. Harry KIngham perl9DCed staff of six, and two 2:46.4); Jr. girls 220 - s. Hos!ol"'l, when tbey joined tbe team a few 'Nursing CommiHee ~. and four children of Unlverslty part-time group workers serving 2:54.8 (was A- Townes 3:00.) also weeks ago Now In addition to M C 11 t t f ,place wUI leave tomorrow for a almost 3OOfamWes, broken by S. Brown 2:55. andUed Improvlng'ln ibt stroke tbey C lrs·b, arro Pb• Sb ree elr °t 'two-week vacation at Chatham, b T M Cd' J bo 220 '0 urn la avenue as een e ec -·c C d. . The SWariJunore Presbytertan y. c ur y, r, ys - have learned backstr.oke, breast- ed chairman of tbe Central Com· ~ =ape~~o~.~~~~~_iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii- Church gave Its financial and voi- J. Cushing 2:44.'7 (was R. McCurdy sIroke, and butterfly and enjoyed mlttee of the Community NUrsing! .. , , unteer SUPPOrt for 15 years. This 3:00.9) also broken by Bradley watching their times drop on a! ervlce of Delaware County. and ' 'A"E"~. S past year, 35 to 40 Swarthmore Brown 2:53.1; Jr. boys breasl- progress chart care!Ully kept by Mrs. Morris Hoven of Springfield.: f .. nerol Home College students gave 3,003'hours stroke - J. Cushing 40,4 (wasR. tbe coaches. If tbeIr rate of en- has been I\amed vice-chairman,', Phone LOwell 6-3400 of their time; one student, Claire McCurdy 40.6); Jr. boys butterfly thuslasm and application continues Other newly elected officers are' Blship ofMassachusetts,unofflClal - J. CUShing 32.3 (was his at 33.): next season, opposing teams wUI Mrs, William Erb of Ridley Park, 1 head of the group, gave 76 hours. mldg. boys 220 - J. Schmldt3:05.. find them far more of a threat recording secretary; and Mrs.; As a part of their contribution (was Bradley Brown 3:12.2); mldg, In the 1963 meet scbedule, William Gehring, of Un! verslt;y , ·thls spring, tbe college studdnts,boys backstroke - 40.5 (was his TM 73 points chalked upagalnst 'I place, corresponding secretary"l! with C~dren of tbe Wade House, at 41.1). Cushing now holds every the 185 of Aronlmlnk's j.v. team . Mrs. WllIlam Col&s and Mrs. ' c<lnducted a' Work Day In the team record for Juolor boys. Next by tbe Seacolts at tbe home pool Rupert Hanny of Ridley Town-;: borongh, washing windows and summer he will be an intermediate. on Thursday of last week were 'ship have accepted an invitation' ~ars, raklng leaves, weeding gar- Schmidt bolds all midget boys gained, as follows: to become members of the com-dens, etc." and earned enough records except breaststroke and Backstroke - Jr. gtrls M. Dudley, mittee. money to send 26 boys and girls freestyle as he moves out of that 3; Jr. boys K. Dumm 1; mldg.' Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Groff" to camp. age gro"l!. girls S. Scbmldt Ii mldg_ boys executive dfrector informed the A year ago tbe Wade House Tie Wallingford C. Collins ,I; S-and-under girls memoors that 74 'vo'lunteers have I moved to mucb needed larger SWartbmore and WaIIlngford J. Campbell 1, E. Logue 2; 8-and- given 1407 hours of service at , quarters In the former Franklin dropped from their mid-week under boys P. Torrey I,S. Cush- 132 sessions of the three Child Ftre Company building at 211 seventb and sixth Plac;~s re-' Ing 3. HealthCenterslocated in Darby, &·OY_~ • .•. yaa. .• ....I lI. .. ----.--.~ ... WEST LAUREL HILL CIrLtpd tUrd 11Iu.w Writ. or pho ... 215 Belmont Ave., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Concord avenue. The building and spectlvely to tie 'for elglitb and I Breaststroke -Jr. girls B. Car-. Media and Woodlyn serving 1231 I 'an adjoining lot were purchased ninth with an Identical 106 points roll 3; Jr. boys C. Collins 3;, children this year. ""l1~~!!~'~~;;~~~~~;:~ ~;I!~:"W ~:'e~::e b~ ~:~::t~~ ~~bur:n L::: ca:a!~~o~~~:: ,1 :;:. t~e~n:;~ ::I~, '''kD''ldC:'K''·'''·FiiRA;''''·N~CH-ETTI .· .. ~ T..w E-L..,E...,V.w l..,S""I,.O,..,N,.., MOhawk 4·1591 alterations were necessary to ,Great Valley pool Saturday atter-! Herscbel 2; boys W_ Schmidt 3. Ii! - make the buUdlng suitable and to noon. i Freestyle - Jr. girls J. Bunting TELEVISION OME & AUTO RADIO PHONES meet state regulations. colonial VUlage retained first I 3;jr. boys K. Dumm 3; mldg. I -H - Dwellings on the adjoining lot place but Marllns Dam edged up ,&li:ls S. Scbmldt 3; mldg. boys' "BRING IT TO OS OR WE'LL COME TO YOU" had to he demoUshed and the area to second, pushlngAroo1mlnkdown C. Hansen 2; 8 gtrls M. Michener i!- paved and fenced for aplaygroung. to third, and Great Valley bopped 2; boys T. Schmidt 1. "30 YALE AVE._Klngswood 4-1028_"~,,MORTON, fA Funds from the campalgu wUI be from nlnth to fifth, with Marple-, Butterfly - Jr. girls M.. Jack-used to meet these renovating ex- . Newtown slipping from fifth to sixth steltt 3;.jr. boys J. Remington 3; penses aed to purchase playground and Penn Squsre moving up from, mldg. girls C. Dumm 3; mldg. equipment. ' eighth to seventh. Ofncal final boys K. Shay 3; 8 girls J. Campbell' The Wade House board, chaired SCllres were: CV 278, MD 20 1/2, 2, B. Townes 3; boys S. Cushlng3. by Alan Hunt of Moylan, Is com- A 183, UM 123 1/2, GV 112, MN Relays _ 8-and-under boys (T.! Almost 50% of the Wade House 110, PS 108, W and S 106, PM Schmidt, 8. Cushing, W. Schmidt, board, chalred by Alan Hunt of 48;'EW 47, RT\1(a21, RV 7. Wlth- P. Torrey). Moylan, are local residents and out tbe crippling absenteeism The final scheduled meets for Include: which afflicted It this year the Seacolts tbls season was one to Mrs. Lee Bennett, Mrs. Wl1Uam local seaborses "WOUld have had IL be swum at st. Alban'S yesterday Eves, Edmund Jones, Edward B. fifth or possibly even a fourth and another at Aronlmlnk lIext FrI-Perkins, Mrs. John Scbott, Mrs. place, day morning, moved up a week John F. Spencer, Mrs. DavidWad~' - League Scor.rs from the date originally set. leigh, all of SWartbmore; and Mrs. Those fattlifuIs who were able George GUlesple, jr., of Rose to attain 'scorlng places and save Valley, swarthmore from descending the Internes In Washington . ladder further during the final days of the League events were: T. McCurdy lin jr, girls diving; William D. Morrison, Dartmouth 'J. Dumm 4 In Int. girls diving, avenue, Is one of 12 students from B. Purnell 2 In sr. girls and J. the recently graduated Class of Sherwin 5 In sr. boys diving; J. 1962, Princeton University, par- Schmtdt 3 In mldg. boys butterny , ticlpatlng In the Princeton Pro- In 39.9 (moving his old team re-' gram of SUmmer Internships In cord up from 40.5); J. Cushing 5 Government, a venture sponsored In jr. boys butterfly In 33. (,4 jOintly by the Class of 1942 and second better than his previous the Princeton Club of Washington, 1 team record); S. Brown 5 In Jr. D, C. , , girls freestyle; Jr. girls freestyle Mr. Morrison, the son of Mr. relay 2 (8. Hosford, '1'. McCurdy,' and Mrs. Maxey N, Morrison and S. Brown, M. Gerner); Jr. boys a major In the Woodrow WUSO,l freestyle relay 5 (J. Espenschade,' School at Princeton, has been as p. Zecher, J. Cushing, Bradley slgued to the office of Sena~: Brown); mldg.glrlsfreestylerelay George Smathers of Florida •• JI I 5 (M. Dethloff, B. Winch, P. Hay- 12 of the gradnates plan to pur-rden, M. McCurdy). ' sue graduate work this fall. In Jr. Olympi,cs , GIRt:. SCOUT CAMPERS Among local Girl Scouts who left Sunday for two weeks at Camp Hidden Falls are: Jane and Christine Bunting, Nancy Field, Sally FOX, Kristin Gersbacb, Helen Hasbrouck, Mar­garet McCann, Sandy Pelrsol, KrlsUn Peterson, and Beth Web­ster. "I Saw It In The Swarthmorean" A I Thinking about new carpelt If you have not looked at carpet lately, do it n¥, even if you are not ready to1>uy . You will enjoy seeing exciting new colors, textures, and fibers. You will bave a better idea of what you will want when. you are ready. Telephone inquiries Invited, Rugs and carpet samples displayed in the home. Unwanted rugs taken In trade. Extra time to pay. Ask about our USED RUG BARGAINS, Mohawk Carp. eting • Complete Price Range • Orien,ta l Rugs 100 Park Ave •• Swarthmore, Pa. Klngswood 3·6000 - CLearbrook 9-4646 a.. • (P.".t4'6~ KNOWS Carpet , The experlmenlal program, de- . Joanne Espenschade wbose, signed to provide sumrper jobs I fourth place In senior backstroke I In government ·for students In- In the Suburban League champlon- . terested In public service, has' ships was Inadvertently omitted In I placed a total of 26 P rlncetonlans I last week's story, won a sixth In In Washington positions, both 200 freestyle for seniors and was legislative and executive; the other also on the SUburban Swim Club's I} 'U'e wt,mbe.,rs olthe .. p.ass 0/ f1rstplacefreestylerelayandthlrd 1963. 'place medley relay teams In the Weekend Special! iN TALENT SHOW Stan Ward Of Nonn Swarthmore avenue and Pete Lynab of Cornell avenue participated In the July talent sbow held recently at the C wno youtb cenler In Eagles Mere. Stan gave a pantomlme of "A Man and His Chewing Gum" and Pete presented an act en- 1 \ lightening the audlence on pean\lt I butter. The Talent Show, sponsored by , the Eagles Mere Athletic Associ­ation, has heen a yough activity at Eagles Mara for more ttW!' 40 years, A. A. U. Junior Olympics at Easlon lasi Saturday. Other SUburban SWim Ciob mem­bers placing were B, Purnell third In sr. diving, and B. Gerner on the first, place freestyle and third place medley relays for inter­mediates, S, Hosford representing Vesper Club placed fourth In Jr. backstroke and 5 In mediey relay. NOTI!';E 'TO RESIDENTS OF SWARTHMORE Emerllency P'ollce call. .hould be made' to KI 3-0122. Calls to the Pollee Depart, ment should be made fa KI 3 .. 0123. LEGS ~ BREASTS Of Chicken WHOLE FRYERS It cost It costs no more to enjoy the Best at . .. . FOOD MARKET

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• • JP~a~g~e~6~~~~~==~~-.~=-~~~~~~~:=~T~B~E~;S~W~A~·~R=T~H;,M~O~R;'~E~A~N~~~~::~~:77::-__ -.-:::~::::~Au~~~1~8t~. 1982 CANTEEN NEWS ~:tue~'":; f~thls~ :.:.r:: :'~~ ~~~:c~:: W:th':: AREA MEN DONATE NEWS NOTES Girls TwIst contest wInDers at 225 pol!lls made by Bill iUadky. the SIlIIh DIstrIct: according io TO 8LdOD PROGRAM Mr. and MI'a. James 1.. Mal0Q8 the July 25 Junior canteen were JllJllor canteen came to an end Swarthmore Chief Hub Hartman. wllb Molly. Kathy. and Jimmy. M 11 WlllJams and Mar'--~ .• Mrs. C. W. WllkO·"'on. ChaIr- bave relurDed to their bome on o y - Wednesday. July 25. but Seutor Civil Defense AmdUary Pollce ' ....... L kin. man 'or the Blood Pr~am for Dartmouth a1lenue after i& vacatton ar Canteen mn co_ue for two more • aided Swarlhmorepollcemenlnde- '. -.' . The winners of the box bockey weeks. wltb Thursday. Augus! 16 touring traffic around the Chesler tbe Western Delaware COllnty at lsiand Heights. N. J •• cIurlng tournament at the July 24 Seulor Brancb oftbeAmerlcanRedCross. whlcb they spent sometimesalllnv . be'-- the las! Canteen for the road area between Yale avenue ~ canteen were Pe y Carroll and su~er. and tbe underpass for an bour bas llDIJOunced tbat a· recent do- abciard the yawl "Blue Heron". ESTATE NOTICE Monday night while flremenprac- naUon at the General. Electric with Dr. and Mrs. George Jay Estate of HENRIETTA S. SMITH N· I I 1 dde and Plant has made RlcbaJ:d J. Bon- Anyon of Narberth. Mollyreturned deceased. (Late oC the Borougb oC Police & Fire ews UsedcUmbing aer a a rs nett of North Lelhlgb CIrGle. a from a visit to Ocean City. Md.. Swarthmore, Delaware County, Pa.) local cblldren frolicked In water LETTERS Testamentary On the Rulh Malhues of Norwood. a tbe hoses played upon the adjoln- member of tbe 4 Gallon Club where sbe was the guest of Mrs. above Estate have been granted to counselor at Camp Dumore for Ing athletic field. Hundreds of .. f DonorS. Donald E. V. Henderson and her the undersigned. who request all crippled cblldren on the Swarlh- spectators were drawn to lhe Another new member of the S daughter Rosemary. In time to persons having claims or demands more College campus, was taken Gallon Club Is Harry E. Adams of Join her lamlly. against the Esta,te oC the decedent to Taylor Hospital In the Sprlng- scene. Raymond road. (Navy Yard). -.~- ~ ---- to make known the same. and all persons Indebted to the decedent field ambulance wben she collapsed "The Blood Program ts based E ..... anI ft, Chl--. to make payment. without delay. In the swimming pool at 2:10 WestinghOuse Electric Fund has on an assurance plan". Mrs. •• .. ..... to J. Russell Smith and Newlin R. last Wednesday afternoon. pledged a contribution of $25.000 WlthJDglon said. "entitling both Smith, Executors, 550 Elm Avenue. Firemen responded to a grass to Taylor Hospital In Ridley Park. the donor. and his Immediate ad .... - Swarthmore, Penna. Or to their . GUll Attorneys: Alan Reeve Hunt. Duane. fire along the railroad tracks at Pa. The proceeds are to be used family to all lbe wbole blood I Morris & Heckscher. 1611 Land 4:30 Saturday afternoon. and took In the building of a third fioor tbey need within one year of each Genera Contractor Title Building. Pblla.. 10, Pa. partin a SIxth District fire drill addillon to the L. Norris Wing donaUon. This program of the BUILDERS 'Since 1920' i!3;!T:::-8:!!.::-:2.3·,=-:-:=~===~ _ 1 at Swarthmore College's Pittenger of the hospital. Red Cross supplies 40% of the Free .f..AImates ESTATE NOTICE Hall on SOuth Chester road at 1:15 . First payment on the pledge - blood used by hospitals In the ... Bu~~~~';'k. Eg~:eas~~~t~t~ p.m. Monday. Asslsllng In the lat- a check Cor 12.500 - has been Grealer Philadelphia area. Elgbty 140IChRidley A:.pwnue of thO Borouth oC Swarthmore. ter were about 20 pieces of equlp- presenled 10 II. II. Bates. presl- percent of the blood collected Is ester. a. Delaware County, Pa.) meat and nearly 100 firemen from dent of the board of managers of used In bospltals. the rema1nlug TRemont 2·4759 LETTERS Testamentary on the Springfield. Morton, Rutledge. Taylor. by W. C. Rowland. West- 12% ts turned Into blood derlvaUves .TRemont 2-5689 aAblobveert ELs. taBtuef fhinagdt obne,e nno wgr adnetceeda sto- M e dIa , SO u th Me d1 a, Ga rd e n CII y Ingbouse vice presldenl and gen- used In' ·,.e at men t 0 f In j urI es a.n d J.~~~ ed. All persons having claims or and Brookhaven. This Is tbe last eral manager of tbe steam dlvI- dlsease·s." demands against the Estate oC 01 several such fire drl~ planned slons. Edna Pownall Buffington are here- .for Swarthmore borough this sum- A second check In a slmllar Dr. and Mrs. John B. Roxby. sbaym ree, qauneds teadll tpoe rmsoankse inkndoewbtne dt htoe mer, altho ug h I oc aI fl remen will amount will be lransmltted In 1963. Jr., and family- ot Vassar avenue, the Estate of Edna Pownall Buff- wlll leave tomorrow to spend two inglon are requested to make pay- CLASSIFIED ADS weeks vacaUoning at Soulh Chat-ment. without d~lay, to Claude C. Smith, SUcceeding Executor, 1611. ------:::-::=:-::-:-:-::-:---- ----..".,..,..,.,==---- ~;;;;;;;.,.Ma;;;;;;S;;;s·!!j~~f8f;;,.;;;;;;;;;;;;;li Land Title Building, Pblladelpbla PERSONAL I WANTEI> --- - 10. Po. Or to his Attorneys: nuane, Morris & Heckscher, 1611 Land PERSONAL _ Have your car wasb- WANTED - Experienced woman Title Building, PblladeJphla 10, ed, simonized, vacuumed and.. wants Ironing. References. Call WHY NOT BUY your robullt Pa. 3T..-8-11 cleaned throughout Interior by two·: ·KIngswood 4-4863. from a piano tun .. of 47 EST ATE NO TI C E Swarthmore High Schoo,ll In~~~~~~(ii p"aclical •• porlonco with all mal,.d Estate oC ALBERT L. BUFF-. Moderate price. Ccli .~ WANTED - PreCerably an old fash- will poy you In tho end •. INGTON deceased. (Late oC the 4-0323 or LOwell 6-2693. loned baby carriage Cor dolls. L, PARKER LO '.116Iil CBooruonutgyh, Poaf. ) Swarthmore. Delaware fPE~R~SO~N~AL~- ~~f~:u~~i OstrthoeUrewri. sKe Ian guswseodo do n4e-,5 1a8ls1o. doll' LETTERS Testamentary On the. work, plain above Estate have been granted to; Capable taking cbarge., WANTED - .Woman desires day's the undersigned, who request all! _M_a_ry,-._4_0_5_E_I_m_A_v_e_n,.u_e_. ___ , .work or part time. Experienced. persons having claims or demands: References. Call after 6 P.M., TRe­against the Estate oC the decedent PERSONAL - Furulture refinishing mont 2-8055. to make known the same, and all repairing. Quality work at moder-persons indebted to the decedent ate prices - antiques and modem. WANTED - Part-time o(flee work to make payment, without delay, to Call Mr,' Spanier, KIngswood 4- starting September. Call Klngs- Claude C. Smith, Executor. 1611 4888. Klngswood 3-2198. wood 4-5052. Land Title Building, Philadelphia Picture Framing ROGER RUSSELL Pho,ographic Supplies STATE '" MONROB 8T8. THE BlBLE SPEAKS TO YOU SUNDA Y-8:45 a.m. WFIL, 560 kc Jack Prichard PAINTING INTERIOR & EXTERIOR Free Estimates 10, Pa. Or to his Attorneys: Duane. PERSONAL - Carpentry lobbing, WANTED - Loving borne Cor three Klng,wood 3-8761 Morris & Heckscher. 1'611 Land recreation rooms, hOok cases. months old puppy, almost house­Title Building. Philadelphia 10.· porches. L. J. Donnelly, KIngs- broken. Klngswood 4-3627. MEDU If ;t!)6I!$e e. e. e.&!H!tl!' e, I!'t l!'H!!i ~ Pa. 3T-8-17 wood 4-3181. -------------1 WANTED - Child care: Competent, ESTATE NOTICE PERSONAL..;.Pianotunlng speclal- reliable woman. 25 hour week, Estate of HARRlETTE W. MEL- 1st. minor repairing. Qualified fivefhours dally. Klngswood 3- TON deceased. (Late oC Borough member Plano Technicians' Guild. 6445, evenings. of Swarthmore, Delaware County t ten years. Leaman. KIngswood Pa.) 3-5155. WANTED - Garden and house work LETTERS Testamentary On the by experienced gentleman. Swarth' above Estate have been granted to PERSONAL - Custom-made slip more references. TRemont 2-3116 the undersigned, who request all covers. Pin fitted In your horne. after 6. . persons having claims or demands You supply material. I make them. against the Estate oC the decedent Work guaranteed, prompt service. WANTED-House to rent InSwarth­to make known the same, and all CI,earbrook 9--6311, more for local Professional persons Indebted to the decedent jPi;;;;;'~::-Oii~;.;~;;;tii:;;u1 couple and two children. LOwell 6-2176 OPl!lN PlUDAY EVENINGS /,Hll.tOElfJHI,\ S F1N£Sf lH' OLIVER H. HAl R co FIJIH.~.!Il OIRfCTORS. 1820 CfHSTN1H ST. LO 3·1581 to make payment, without delay. to PERSONAL - Gilbert's Wall wo~d 4-5781. Provident Tradesmens Bank and scraping, remove paint over Repaired Ph. KI 3--4216 Trust Company, Trust Department, paper. Interior painting. George WANTED - Good horne Cor white EMIL SPI S 11th and Chestnut streets. Phlla. Gilbert. TRemont 4-1082. bousebroken kitten. Found at E 3, Pa. F.xecutor. Or to its Attorney Swim Club. Klngswood 4-3463. WATCHMAKER George E. Keams,Jr .• Esq., 9 West PERSONAL - Roofing. spouting, F IfF C Bod nd Son Front street, ",,-dlaJ Pa. 3T-8-3. gutters. Recreallon rooms a WANTED _ Day's wort;. Monday, ormer yo.. eo S FUEL OIL OIL BURNER SERVICE BUDGET PLAN COAL VAN AlEN BROTHERS, INC. speCialty. Ray J. Foster. GLobe Wednesday and Friday. Exper- IF.lne Watch and 128 Yale Ave. 9-2113. lenced. ReCerenees. TRemont 2- lock Repairs Swarthmore. Pa. PERSON AL - Bicycles repaired: 4830 between 5 and 8 P.M. parts, accessories. Milt Glass - WANTED _ Practical nurse desires Bicycle, Hobby, Toy Shop. 206-7 position. Hospital experience, East Baltimore Avenue, Clifton Swarthmore references. Call TRe­Heights. MAdison 6-0713. Opposite mont 4-3226. Clifton Theater. PERSONAL _ THOM SEREMBA. WANTED - To rent four or five bedroom house. Prolessor's fam­Ily arrives August 15th from Stan­ford University. Call Mrs. C. C. Moreland LOwell 6-3934. FOR RENT KIngswood 3-1448 .WILLIAM BROOKS Ashes and Rubbish Removed Lawns Mowed. General Hauling HardIng Ave. Morton. Po. ,.....------.-~ Upholstered furniture renovated reasonable 35 years experience. Chair bottoms repaired, $8. up. Upholstery and slip covers In your fabric or.from our samples. 11 years of Swarthmore references. Free estimates. LUdlow 6-1592. FOR SALE Mary Ellen BllddOWl ~. FLORIST FOR RENT - Room and bath on ·P'7 S th Chest R first fioor. Private entrance and .~ ou er 00' porch. Available August 20th in KI 3 8093 FOPRa kSisAtaLnE. -PoFnatimacli y Bmononvienvgi llteo. ~s~w~a;rth~m~or~e~.~K~In~g~S;;W;;0;'Od~3-~6~0'l~8;. :ihl~=:::::::=-~;::~·~-~:::::=~~~~I 1961. four door hardtop. Alr-condl- FOR RENT - Garage, 306 ____________ • __ _ tloned, new Nylon tires, snow tires, Chester Road. Phone KIngswood DO YOU WANT TO SELL power steering, power brakes, radio, 3-1126. healer. Delivery September 20. YOUR HOME? $2900. 1961 Capehart comblnallon FOR RENT - Apartmen~. Four Stereo, TV, Radio, cherry cabLnet. rooms and bath, prh-ate res!" We have several customers used six months, $500. LOweU dence, private entrance. Call KIngs- who want Swarthmore & area. KI 3-4742 or LE 2-2440 6-3934. wood 3-4587 after 6 P.M. • ~;z;;;;;;;:;;~:;;;;;;;;;A FOR SALE-Take a handsome bird UST WITH US I , Ceeder, bird bath· or bird house Allee Thorbahn. Soleswaman AIR CONDITIONERS to your hosless this weokend. The LOST - Black lemale cat with _ KI 3-8796 • AMANA CARRIER CHRYSLER S. Crothers, Jrs., 435 Plush Mill white spot on throat. Answers to Road. Wallingford. LOwell 6-4551. "Georglca". Klngswood 3-0582. for, FOsRo lSeA, LtEh r-eeP layneoa.r ms ahooldg.a nyP hcoonne- 1'T. o4FSr~Tid ;a-y; EEgAyKpftt~eiarlnno :on~, ~~~~~1. ___R_al_p_h _ KR_I u_3pe-_r9t_.4 _0R0e_a-_lto •r __ • KIngowood 3-3350. Shopping cente.. Reward. KIng .... wood 4-37.18. FOR SALE - Huge Copper bucket, 1------------- 21 inches across, 18 Inches LOST - Reading glasses with tor-deep. excellent condition, needs taise shell rims, executive lens. burnishing, $50. Westinghouse No case. Klngswood 3-1939. Electric Roasler. cabinet. griddle, I-:-==-~:--:-:--::::--:-_:--~:­etc.. $35. Electric trimmer Silex LOST - Monday. Black and white A-I condition, $15. TRemont 4- live months old puppy. Resem- 4903. bles Springer Spaniel. KIngswood 3-0638. • , i PATTON ROOFING! ; COMPANY i !• established 1873 :• IFI " SPEC·IAL PRICE ON EXTE!RIOR ED AINIS 800 Fairview Road Aluminum Sidling Porch Enclosures Enameled white storm windows Insulation and Roofing AU Y_r R_ ••,. .,_.. .. 0.· __ _u Wid!· o.e PI .... P~ROOFING4 SmINGCo. IU:' a·92" Quoker,J ~ MOlu DEAua CUSTOM KITCHENS by H. D. Church 3 PARK AVE., SWARTHt.'DRE Klngswood 4-2727 ELNWOOD Convalescent Home Baltimore Pike & Lincoln Ave. Swarthmore Establlsbed .1932 Io/.u"e,. Restrul Surroundings Excellent 24-Hour Nursing Care Klngswood 3-0272 ROOFING GUTTERS SPOUTNG SIDING Free Estimates ,• • , , :• •• GENERAL ElECTRIC $159.95 up FACTORY AUTHORIZED Sales and Service Paper BaliS for All Cleaners Raymond 1. Dawson 210 w..t State St., Media Open Evenlnlls 7:30 - 9 P.M. (Except Wed. & Sot. evenings) FOR SALE. - Volkswagen, '60 con­verUble. Excellent condition, creem with brown top. Klng.wood 3-0400. 'aler E. Told All Lines of Insurance , ,•• MONTHLY FINANCING ARRANGED i FOR SAI.I!: - Anllques, bought and I sold. Chairs recaned and re­rushed. Bullard. K.InI8WOr,d 3-2165. Klngswoocl 3·1833 : Swarthmore, PQ. : .............. ,;,ji I b II KI 4-022L~• 1 I ~ \ . AIlaust~. 18~2 .. THE SWARTHMOREAN NEWS NOTES . RebeCca Jackslelt, daugbler 01 Dr. and ~ Berlbold Jackstelt of . Yale a1leDUe. has be:t:= .to the Dean's LIst for the semester at FrankUn College, F,npIrUn, IDd. Rebecca wUl be a sopbomore next year. nue. Two 01 the cblldren etayed wltb ber for a few days. Mrs. GeorgeV. KrenikoffofYaie avenue has returnl'd to her home from !be New England Bapttst Hospital In Boston following minor surgery. Her son Jlm'Re)lDOlds will return borne this week from a month's vacation In stuart. FJa. North Princeton c.ve_. 18&1Ies today for lO-daya at lito .... Harbor. N. J.. as the guest of Jane Aaron. JoMtban Larsen, son of Yr. and Mrs. Bror Larsen of Cornen ave­nue. Is apendlug slz weeks at the Admiral Farragut Academy. Pine Beach. No J. He ts attending the Naval Camp at the Academy and ts participating In learning many home lifter apendIDg two wash at Rockport. Mass. Tbelr 80ft Douglas. a fresbman· at Lelligb University and. a night employae at Scott paper Company, joined them for a few days. THE SWElT SHOP COLONIAL CoURT APTS. Mr. and Mrs. C,barles C. Heisler an..I family of Forest lane returned bome Sunday from a two-week vacaUon al Lake Geo~ge. N. Y. Enroute home they stopped In Middlebury, Conn.. to visit Mrs. Jan E. Ellison of Dartmouth ave- Col. and, Mrs.' George Logan of Cornell avenue have as their guest Miss Carola Fahrlng from Cologne, Germany. . of the skills relevant to life within· the academy and on the ships. Mrs. Margaret Good of Westdale avenue and Mrs.. .Agnes M. IL Sheldon of the Swarthmore Apart­ments havereturnedtothelrbomes after a week's visit with Mrs. Leonard Ashton at Parts HIll; Me. Mrs. Walter N. Molr anddaugh­ter 'Joan of SOuth Cbester road spent Iast'week visiting colleges KI 3-4597 CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS / Betsy Jarratt. daugbter of Mr. and Mrs. Louts B. Dennett of Dr. and Mrs. Douglas T. David­son. Jr.. and dsughter Gayle of North Chester road bave returned In Ohio. HOMEMADE CAKES, . COOKIES & CANDIES EXTRA LEAN, NO WASTE ••• BONELESS NONE PRICED HIGHER ROUND ROASTS ROUND STEAKS or c lb. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables! U. S. NO.1 - "A" SIZE LOCAL POTArOES NONE PRICED HIGHER 10~:~39c LARGE 36 SIZE PINK MEAT NONI .IICED HIGHER Canlaloupes ... 17c 3 for 49° NOITHWESTEIN NONE 'IICED NTGHEI Cherries lb. 350 NEADY GOLDIN . NONE 'IICED HIOHIt Sweel Corn . 12 ears 39' alSP NONE .IIClD HIOHEI Pascal Celery large 19' stalk GOLDEN NONE NICED HIOHU Bananas Ib"10' JuAo SIZE NONE .IICED HIOHER Honeydews each 490 ------ SWEEl',EATING SEEDLESS GRAPES. NONE PRICED 17C HIGHER lb. 0ElSQNAL SIZE Ivory Soap MEDIUM SIZE Ivory Soap DEmlOENT Ivory Snow DETEROENT . Ivory Liql11[~ ~12Hn74' I s~~ I 4 bon 34' 2 I .... 690 ,lanl 830 pkg.. pit,. 12 .... 35' 22 .... 620 bottl. bettie DEfElGEiU lin plo.tie h.i.!itt'illl J 13 .... oy .. ,,1. 35e Wf5Av il 22. . _I.· ·55' DETEROENT Oi~'"' .~ 7>,1 ." . JI ... _, !.- . DmRGENT Tide OfTERG!ar Cheer! DEJE.:t(;f:: Bu,;: DmRGEIlT Dash ALW'u.,· Mr. ~~ .... fAIIIC SOF"'?,!;'" Downy· ,. _rAIlIU Salvo 2 11UG. 6ge gla.1 83G pkg... pkg. 21 .... pit... 67° gpTh.· "'79° 2 Jar .. &70 mi •• , 7ge pk... pkl. 2 I.r •• ego ,10.' 83' pkl" U pkl. 'org. 390 g1 •• ' 710 pkl. pk •. 16-0 •. 2ctr: 5400,. 91' pltg. U pk •. 12 ,:. 41' 24':. 79° "SUPER-ItIGHT" QUALITY SWISS STEAK NONE PRICED HIGHER SIRLOIII TIP STEAK NONE PRICED HIGHER lb. 790 lb. $1.15 lb. 990 3 ;~~ $2.39 lb. Sl.19 . BONELESS RUMP ROAST NONE PRICED HIGHER CAllED HAMS EYE. ROAST u. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED DOMESTIC BRANDS "SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY. BONElESS NONE PRICED HIGHER TURKEYS 10ILE PRICED HIGHER lit. III I 111111 1111111 11111 iii MEDIUM SIZE Smoked Beef Tongues lb. 53' SHRIMP Ib.79C 5.! S3.89 F ... ,h a ... p .. 1ce I., CRAB MEAT Beef or Lamb's Liver lb. 3.' Sliced Bacon A:r~~d !~:: 55° !i.:' 99' Frankfurlers ~~:=. ~k~: 49° 2b~~ 89' Smoked Boneless Butts lb. 59' Sliced Bologna s:~~ !~: 55° CLAW 'I REGULAR !!. 850 !!. 110 Saper-Right Sliced LUNCH MEATS LOAl', .sALAMI, ....... LOAf. PICKLE LOAF, HZ. ° 100OGNA, OlD fASHIONED LOAF. OUVE 2' 9 PLAIN LOAF 01 SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT pkg • II 111111 II III MARVEL ICE CREAM JANE PARKER APPLE PIE All '~.rlt. Fll'lor, 5ge Hllf A, !: SpnhJI Sl'Iln, Gallon Thll WoN-fa" I SAVE 11•,b.! 8-oz. 3ge lOc sIze WEEK-IND SHetAl AlP ORANGE JUICE FROZEN MEAT PIES MORTON'S nOZEN lee" Chicken or Tu·rkey ASSORTED FLAVORS BEVERAGES JUICED RITE HULA PUICH CHICKEN SOUPS CAMPBELL'S LIBBY'S ~TOMATO JUICE ANN PAGE KETCHUP BUTTER SUNNYFIELD l-1b FANCY CREAMERY solid SULTANA SALAD DRESSING EVAPORATED MILK liP IISTAIT COFFEE MARCAL BATH TISSUE WHITE HOUSE DE-CAFFEINATED SAVE 6c 8HZ. $1 cans 6 II-oz_ Sl pkas. 12 ~-::. 8ge 57-oz. 250 bottle. 6 10Yz-oz. $1 cans, 2 "!:" 55° 2 14-0%. 350 bottles In y .. lb. lb. 680 prints quart 3ge lor 8 14Yz-oz. Sl con. $-oz. 790 lor 10 rolls 890 In bag M&M's FIN E) Regular MIM's MIM's with Almonds CANDIES Chocolate Wafer Bar 51i-o •• 290 b •• 41i-o .. 290 ba. a loan 250 CHEER. AID 6 pkg··lCJC • 'NE OlEAr ATlANTIC' PACifiC TEA CO .. INC. Springfield Shopping Center • 601 Baltimore Plk.

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Page 8 Scouts Celebrate 50th Anniversary Local Gids Aflend .T_., __ _ . THE SWARTHMOREAN· ~t"'::,:: '! ~::~: ::;!: I Penn Prof.· Accepts UBRARYACCESSIONS demooslraUons and eXhIbits on.\be Fiction . Louis Aucb!Dc\06S, Village Green.' Nancy was most Post 'In Pak."stan· Portrait In Browoatone.luanGar- Impressed by the all-camp events. . cia Hortelano, SUmmer storm. In the arena. Swapping (trading Carroll C. Moreland ofWal11ng- Nlkos Kazantzakls, Salnt Francis .. small trinkets Indicative of one's I ford,. professor of law and the Damon Knight, . A Century 'of home area) was another of Nancy's i Biddie Law Librarian at tlie UnI~ Science Fiction. LaureMe Lafore, Roundup In Vermont favorites. Nancy Is an assistant verslty of Pennsylvania for the Learner's Permit. Harold stn-patrol leader at the Roundup. I past 16 years, has resigned to clair, American Years. Irving' EdSiUtoe r'sR oNbobl eo: f Sprlngrleld reporls Su e Carroll played a recorder· accept the position of Libra. ry Ad- Wall ace, The P rlze. , on the local scouts who attended In her camp band. She partlcuiarly visor to The Asia Foundation. He Mysteries - Erie stanley Gard-the Girl Scout Roundup National enloyed wQrklng closely with the has been assigned to Pakistan and ner, The Case of the. Blond Girl scouting's 50th birthday cel'" 1 other seven girls In her patrol. will he based at the University, Bonanza. Brad WIlliams, The brallon. The Roundup ended offi· "Swarthmore also had two of Dacca, East Pakistan, where a I Well-Dressed Skeleton. clally on Tuesday, . Roundup allernate campers _ i Graduate School of Library Science Non-Fiction - L. H. Bailey, The "Last Tuesday, July 24, 10,000 Georgia Detweiler and Mimi Mc- . Is being establlshed this fall. 'Garden of BeUfiowers In North people held one of the bllll:est Wllllams. Pl'Ofessor Moreland was on i America, Charles Herbert Best, birthday parlles In history. The "Each patrol was required to leave from the University of Penn- I Tbe Human Body: lis Anatomy and ceremony Includedatwo-tonblrth- prepare a demonstration such as sylvania from 1959-61 when he' Physiology. Wilfred E. Binkley, day cake, honored' guest Mrs. cr.a ft s, s In gin•g , or cooking, before served with tbe state Department American Polltlcal Parties: Their, George von Trapp of the famed the Roundup. This was then pre- as Library Advisor at the InsU- Natural History. Clarence Crane I Trapp family singers, and the sented in the central demonstra- tute of PubliC and Business Ad-· Brinton, A HIstory of Clvlllzatlon. , release of 500 hellum-fUled bal- tIo ns area. Nancy Webster and her ministration at the University of Handel H. B.r own, A' Recipe for a I1 loons. The occasion was the 50th pat roI enacted the SWedishlestivai Karachi, West Pakistan. He re-' Merry Christmas. stanley M. Anniversary of Girl -SCouting I" of St. Lucia. Dolores Martin took turned home last September. Brown, Business Executive's I the United states. From a troop I par t I nanIn d l an d ance and SUe Professor Moreland has been a I Ha nd book , Pearl S. Buck, A Bridge 1 of 12 girls formed In 19i'2 by Carroll was one of Delaware past president of the American for Passing. John Ciardi, In the! Juliette Gordon Low of Savannah, I County's Welsh dancers. 'Thee Association of Law Llbrarlansand stoneworks. Sydney AylmerClark, Georgia, the organlzallon now has : Hannahs' depleted Quaker home has served'twoterms as chairman I All the Best In France. Sydney a memhershlp of 3 1/2 mUllon. II! e thr ough singing and em- of the Councll of National Library Ay I mer Clark, All the Best In II The birthday celebration was b roI d ery. MI mI Connor was In that Associations. Before coming to G ermany and Austria. Mllovan only one of many events at the patrol. Penn he was State Law Librarian Djllas, Conversations with stalin. ; third Girl Scout Senior Roundup, Friday, July 20, was the official In Michigan and an assistant Eugene Field, The Poems of' held this year at Button Bay Park, opening of Roundup. That night librarian of the Association 01 the Eugene Field. Eugene Fodor,. vt. Eight thousand five hundred was the first of ihree all-camp Bar of the City of New York. For' Fodor's Guide to Japim and East U. S. Senior Girl Scouts, aged 14 arena events. "Honor the Past", several years· he has heen' the Asia. Robert Frost, In the Clear-througb 11, and 200 Girl Guide the first part of the Rounduptheme, . consullant on American Legal Blb- ing. Helen Gardner, Art through Rangers from 21 countries of the was the basis of the program. 1I0graphy to the Institute of Ad- the Ages. G. Howard GUlelan, The World Association of Girl Guides Belore a 24 by 58 foot backdrop of vanced Legal studies at the Unl- i Young Sportsman's Guide to Arch- ',. and Girl scouts pitched tents on r th e U• S' . a sma1 1 pa rt of the versity of London. ery. H aroI d T • GI enn, Glenn's New ·1 the heautlful shore of Lake hi s t ory 0 I our nation was narrated. Professor Moreland, who has Au t a Repair Manual. Leslie R'I· Champlaln, 25 miles southwest of I ma .•.•. n e the sound of 10,000 voices lust arrlvedlnDacca, wUl be lolned G roves, Now It Can be Told. i , .: <-"-". . . AticW!t 3,1982 Brady's Bend, and oilier Balleds, lIerbert V. ProcbDow, The &ic~ cesslui Speaker's Handbook. Reference - Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia, Compton Yearbook. Campion's Plctored Encyclopedia and Fast-Index. 15 vols. Warren S. Walker, Twentleth-Century Short story ExpUcalion. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Stanton, Jr., of Riverview road bad as their guest this week Miss Elsa Gruenberg. Miss Gruenberg, who Is reUrlng from the faculty at Park College, Parkville, Mo., Is sailing today for Iran for an extended visit. August Special! 20% Discount!!! BOOKWAYS Burlington, Vt. I all singing In unison! All the Girl by his wife and her mother Mrs. Philip Khurl Hlttl, History of the ' "Forty-elght girls In six patrols Guides from foreign nations pre- Lulu Lacey the latter part of Arabs from the Earliest times to 417 Dartmouth Ave. from the Delaware County Girl sented their flags as the grand September. Rob Moreland will. the Present. Herbert C. Hoover, I Scout Council arrived at Roundnp flI~-~Ie . ....~ennt~e~r~J~Oh~r.~~irH~O~P~k~lns~·~U~nI~vAe~ r~As~ lt~y~I. ~.~~nE~ m~er~c~an~~p~lc:.~M~ar:t~ha~K~e~ll~e~r~K,I~ :3:~-:0::9:2::6:: ::::::::::::~ at 10:30 a.m. on July 18. Among "Besides demonstrations and h them were four SWarthmoreglri. the replica of an early Village I e r ' - Sue Carroll, College avenue; Green set up by nearby Vermont e s Mimi Connor, 621 FairView road; Scouts, other actiVities Included Dolores Martin, 145 Brookfield star -ga"ng, a photography con - h road; and Nancy Webster, 605 Elm test, sketching classes, ·and study- W t avenue. Pennsylvania sent alto- Ing the unusual concretions called a gether 912 girls, second only to "buttons" for which Button Bay New York In numher of girls was named. sent. Thursday, July 19 was the IInal arrival day. "The highlight of Roundnp for Mimi Connor and Dolores Martin has been making new friends from allover the U. S. and several foreign countries. Mimi 'Connor learned the art of weaving fish nets from a Mississippi girl. The things U. S. Scouts have In com­mon with International Guides has reaily Impressed Dolores. " 'There are reaily twn paris to RQUndup,' safd Nancy Webster. "Roundup was truly a once-in ... a-lifetime experience. A girl learned ~ut traditions of the other sections of her country and the young people of other nations. She discussed current world problems and progress In forums with well-koown authorlt1es. Through the final all-camp arena on July 28 a girl thought about how she could meet President John F. Kennedy'S challenge to 'Serve the Future' " 'I wish the visitors could have "I Saw It In The Swarthmarean" REGISTRAT10N SCHEDULE PRIOR TO GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1962 September 7th Last day an elector may remove from one, election district to another In order to be permitted to vote In the' new elec­tion dis trlct at the General Election. persons moving alter this date may vote in old election district If otberwlse qualified. September 17th Last day all electors may register to vote at the General Election. This Includes electors who will become of age on or before November 7th, 1962. Septembar 17th Last day for an elector wbo has removed Into a new elec­tion district to give notice to the RegistratIon Commission In order to be permitted to vote In the new election district at the General Election. The removal card must set forth a removal date Into the new election district which cannot be later than September 7th. COURT HOUSE HOURS Regular business hours UP to and Including Monday, SeP­tember 17th. Monday through Friday - 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P. M, Together with such additional hours as deSignated below: September 7th September 8th September 14th September 15th Friday saturday Friday. Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. HOURS FOR ROVING REGISTARS - 2 P.M. TO 9 P.M. Date of Raglstration August 6 Borough, Town ar Township Morton Borough August 31' Rutledge Borough Septambe, 11 Nether Providence Twp. September 11 Nether Providence Twp. S.ptwmber 17 Swarthmore Borough Location Morton Fire co,n Woodland Avenu. Fir. Hous. Nether Providence High Schaol Nethar Provid.nce E lemltlltary School MiIo,e Raad Borough Hall, Park & Dartmouth our 1. 2. " ftANIIED IIISUIAIIQ PlOllmON 10 m YOUR IIIIIS. Our paf t, ... Dy tnlued apoall review with you oil yo. 'n WI Of .udi ••• r. fudly. IaaaM pel bUIInea ••• pel t1wm NC 0....00 • cueIaIIy pl''''''''' pogaam hued OD gout IDdividuai nqull .... ..... way ,. set mrlPUD ACUrily agalmt lpencIeJ lea far 1M " ...... PROMPT, EmCIENT HELP IN MNT OF ACaDENT OR LOSS. WbI!D MlCIdeot fill lola endangen your Ao.nd.1 HCUrlty we make It our bv.... TF to aaIIt you pet'IlIfIGlly ID rN«y way posssIb~e , , • ngud1_ 01 .. time or ~y or oIgbt the emergency oa:un. lIem=), .. aur rep\ltatloD ID tbU oommUJllty depends OD the way .. ..- GUr d''''''' ye. .. y be __ .. 'Il..w you welL PETER E. TOLD All Lines of luurance ]33 Dartmouth Avenue Swarthmore, Pe, • '-,- COlie8 .. L1bra.r~ AUG 101962 co 1.1 ,FoG J: • LIRRARY . .1'£1 • THE ~RTHMOREAN , VOLUME 34 .,.. NIJMBER 32 "WARTHI@~E, PA •• FRIDAY. AUGUST10, 1962 $4.00 PER VIAl 'DANGERS' . AnEND YOUNG READERS AND HOW ARE dshaw Elected To CANTEEN NEWS CHAIRMEN NAMED FOR TORCH DRIVE Mrs, Robinson Will Assist Mrs. Morse THE MOSQUITOES. M'II' S R d T ble At about 8 p.m, Tue_y Dlsht I Ion . oun a 'i'wtst contest winners at Senior Canteen July 31 were Judy Da:ltry and Joe RIbL 'Casfle Tours' Available Through August 31st Peter Mag1nnIs, ofI-duty as a patrolman and very much on-duty as cl*tef operator of the mosquito sprayer, put In a call for help when the jeep became lnezlrlcably mixed In a rain-soaked ditch he­hind the Swim Club. Answering the cail was Sergeant William 'Weldner, wbo,lnaroundtrlpplckOd up M.gInnIs .and the borough truck and returned to the scene. T. A. Bradshew, Ogden aveooe, president of ProVident Mutual Life surance Company of Pld1adel­phla, was elected to the board of directors of the MUUon Dollar Round Table Foundation, at the annual meeting In Montreal. Bingo winners at the August 2 Canteen were Paul Hannum Hal KUlp, Jerry Clothier, Sklp WUlIs, Buell Scber, Chris Hosford, BID CraWford, Jody Brooks John Petroskas, and Jerry stanford. Mrs. Birney K. Morse of Har­vard avenue has been named :dlrector of the fall 1963 Unlled Fund Torch Drive In swarthmore, and Mrs. Ford F. Robinson of Guernsey road has been named her assoctate director. The announce­ment bas been made by DaVid O. BelUs of Springfield, chairman of the campaign's Central Delaware County DIVIsion. The Swarthmore Publlc Library Summer Reading Club bas Issued the following bulletinsl News Flash: Giant Seagull Seen Swooping Into Swartbmore Public Library_ Carries Off. Duet of Swarthmoreans! Edward irving and Carol Dudley were last seen siruggllng In \be beak of a gar­gantuan bird, headed towards the sea. One possible avenue of es­c~ for the beleagured youngsters was seen In a small cloud 01 balloons floating near the giant bird. A local aviator stated his opinion tllat It was possible that When the truck failed to move the leep, the two returned to the Borough garage on Dartmouth ave­nue' and backed out tbe snowplow. At his poln! Neighbor Bill Hartman appeared on tbe scene to com­plain bitterly thet he couldn't sleep with ail the racket; he then de­manded an elljllanatlon of the snow ptow. Mr. BradshaW hes heen prest­dent of proVident Mutua:! alnce 1953. He joined, the company In 1930 as an attorney, becl\me gen­eral counsel In 1945, vice presi­dent In January, 1949, and a director In December, 1949. In addiUon, he Is a director of the PhIladelphis National Bank and the Western Savings Fund of Phil­adelphia. He Is first Vice pres1dent of tbe In ... rance Federatlon of Penneylvanta. 'Last-Gasp' Items Mark SRA Program If Edward and Carol were able to reach the balloons they mlghl stand a cbance of f10aUng back to'earth safely. News Flesh: Wolf Siglited In Wooded Environs of swarthmore Public Library! Dozens of borough children bave reported fleeing from a fierce - B}IIiearlng carni­vore over thI! paSt few, weeks. Miss .Laurle MIfflIn told of having been . sent. scurylng. twice, the second time as recently· as July 31. All horough residents are asked to keep on the look -<lut. News Flash: Dangerous "Sleep- , Ing Poppies" Revealedl LOCal In­vestlgators have definitely eslab­IIshed that th~ extensive field of red poppies discovered growing In central Swarthmore Is un­questionably the source of the, mysterious "sleeping sickness" ·whlch bas recentlvattacJaiila:num­ber of borougb residents. Kenneth Walsh, Jean Gosllne, Sara starr, and Linda ColflsJlh are children who, among others, have heen atnlcted and, at last report, are still sufferIng the heavy, drugged sleep which Is peculiarly char­acterist c of \be dlaease. Attacks of "poppy sleep" have been re­ported to be especially prevalant In the area of the Swarthmore Public Llbr'!"y. News Flash: Swarthmore Castle Proves Popuiar Tourist SlteiDur- . ing the past week more than a dozen swarthmoreans journeyed to the local castle are now in at­tendance tHere. LIsted as recent castle Visitors are the following: Donna McKenney, Jeff Field, Evelyn Saplk, Marsha Massey, Rlndy Jaffe, AmyWlllIams,Jimmy Salam, Lynne RanIdn, Emmeline Krool!, Shirley DOdson, Pamela co*kely, Cralg HIh1, Elaine Mc­Kinney, BUl Salam, NancyDOdson. The castle w1ll remain open to visitors througb August 31. Air c hI!dren Interested 'In journeying to II are urged to visit theSwarth­more Public Library for complete details on the 1tInerary. LOCAL TRAVELER MEET ABROAD Mrs. William S. Hobbs !If South Swarthmore a.venue returoedhome. hy jet Wednesday of last week alter a four-month trip through Europe. She was accompanied by ~Irs, Ernest Wray 01 BUtralO, :-i. Y. In their travels by car they visited 12 countries gOing over 8000 miles, In the Louvre, Paris, Mrs. Hobbs by chanCe met Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Hendrixson, former swarth­moreans now of For(Lauderdale, Fla" and while waiting In the lounge of the Grand Hotellnstock­holm to see Mr. -Eisenhower, she was approached by Mrs. J. B. ~lIl1ard Tyson of Guernsey road, who along wlth Mrs. Lee C. Gatewood of Elm avenue have ac­companied the Girl Scout TrooP 331 on their trip, The Scouls were also !n Stockholm to see the (ormer P~esldent. / The Officers, both on-duty and off, earnestly explained they were aDout to plow the streets, Neighbor Hartman acldiy expressed his whole -hearted approval,. since the streets weren't plowed In winter, hopped aboard, and helped In the successful unstlcklng, President of tbe United Fund of Greater Ph1Iadelphls, he has ser­ved as board chairman· of the Phlladelphls CitIZens Council on City Planning. He is a director of the Chamber of Commerce 01 Greatsr l'hIladelphlaandthePenn., sylvania State Chamber of Com­m~ rce. : Mr. Bradahew Is a gradnate of the University of Colorado and of lis School 01 Law. He Is a memher of the American Bar Association, ,A ll three vehicles - jeep, truck. , and plow - were duly returned to the garag~, and quiet was restored for that night. SEACOLTS EDGE S.A. 146 TO 142 lV. Team Victorious In Thursday Meet The Seacolts, Swarthmore Swim Club's jov. team, won lis first meet In four tries when It edged out St. Albans 146-1421ast 1'hilrs­day. The nip and tuck battle, which kept fans on Up-toe tlu:onghout (St. Albans was leading before the final relay), ended with the "dllnk­Ing" of Mary Ann Hood In the host pool. The 146 polnls garnered by the Seacolts were accumulated as foi­lows: Butterfly - 8 and under girls, B. Townes, 3; 8. and under boys, S. Cushing, I, B. Schmidt, 2; 10 , and under girls, C. Dumm, 3; I 10 and under boys, K. Shay, 1;· 12 and under girls, D. Daniel, a, D. Schmidt, 3; 12 and under boys, H. Heisler, 2. Backstroke - 8 and under girls, B. Burnett, I, E. Logue, 3; 8 and under boys, P. Torrey, I, P. Hood, 3; 10 and under girls, S .. Schmidt, 2; 10 and under boys, C. Collins, 2, K. Shay, 3; 12 and under girls, D. Daniels, 3, 12 and under boys, K. Dumm, 2, J. Rem­inglon, 3. Breaststroke - 8 and under girls, .IL Herschel, 3; 8 and under boys, T. Schmldi, I, S. Cushing, 2; 10 and under girls, II. Kingham, 2; 10 and under boys, C, Hansen, I, C. COlUns, 2; 12 and under girls, D. Schmidt, 2, B. Carroll, 3; 12 and UDder boYB, R. Heisler, I, D. McCann, So Freestyle - 8 and under girls, I. Goslin, I, II. Michener, 2; 8 and UDder boys, T. ,Schmidt, I, P. Torrey, 3; 10 and under girls, II. KIngham, 3; '10 and under boys, C. HAnsen, R. Lamburn, 3; 12. and UDder girls, D. Daniel, 2; 12 and UDde~ boys, K.. DUmm, I, D. McCana. 2. Relays - II. Michener, IL Her­schel, B. Burnett, J. GOSlin, 8 and under Jdrls; '1', BcbIIIYI, P. Tor:rey, S. Cush1nC, P. Hoott, 8 and under boys; II. Klngllam, D. Schmldi, M.. Murry, C. OUmm, 2; 10 and under 1Ir1s; C. HanSOn, R. Lembuson, C. Collins, K. SIIay, 10 and under boys; D. Schmidt, S. Lamherson, D. Carroll, D, Nelson, 2, 12 and under girls; K. Heisler, K. Dumm, J. Remington, D, Mc­Cann, 12 and under boys, Beta Theta PI and Phi Della Phi fraternities, the Union League "l'd the Racquet Club. His wife' Is the former Mrs. Edward II; Allen. August 3RD Ends SRA Club Program Field Day Winds-Up Six-Week Season Friday, J\.ugust 3, marked the end of the 1962 season of the Swarthmore Recreation SUmmer Club, under the direction of Donald Henderson. The flnaldaywashlgh­lighted. by a IUn-packed Field Day held' at Rutgers A venue Elementary School. The many events were directed and ludgeJ:I by Mr. Henderson and members of .'t.h e, Summer Club staff SU Bauer, Joan Duncan, Jan Turner, Ron Hoge arid Dave Martin. Tbe . events and the winners were as follows: , Team games - wheelbarrow relay - WhIte; sack race, tug-of­war and balloon race - Garnet; potato relay - WhIte. IndiVldua:! games - photography contest, Chlirles Ennis; rolling pin toss (Group 1) - Nancy Moore, 2 Denise and Debbie Boller, 3 E;lalne Vaurto; (Group II) -1 MajeGerner, 2 Sue RIley, 3 Lauren Nlederrlter. Discus throw - 1 Gideon Young, 2 Carl Hanson, 3 Ken Moore; three-legged race - 1 David Car­roll and Gideon Young, 2 Denise and Debbie Boller, 3 Male Gerner and Sherry HaIght; ice cuhe toss - I' Dick Wilburn and John Rlck­secker, 2 - Mary Beth· Hannum and Marcia McCurdy, 3 Lauren' Nlederdter and Maje Gerner; pea­nut toss - 1 Sherry'Halght; 2 Male Gerner, S Marthe WelbOurne, Cracker whlsU1ng - 1 Craig COit, 2 Fritz Meslob, 3 David Carroll; pte eating - LlndaStanton, 2 Dick WIlhui-n; 3 carl Hanson; scayenger bUDl - 1 LInda stanton, 2 Pam S::okaley, 3 David Carroll and Betsy RemIngton; boys'. 50- yarl! dash - 1 Carl Hanson, 2 Gideon Young, 3 Dick Wilburn; Gtrle' 50-yard dash - 1 Sherry Halghl, 2"Maje Gerner, 3 Mary Betb Hannum. At the conclusion of Field Day, prizes wilre awardedandpopslcles were enjoyed by all. Aisc distri­buted ·were the pieces of copper­enameled jewelry made previously by the boys and girls In the Arts and Crafts Program. Pre-School,Primary Groups Entertain Tbe final week of the· summer program sponsored by theswarth­more Recreallon Assoctatlon found all the Pre-SChool and Primary groups In a frenzy of actiVity to finish many varlell projects and to prepare for tbe last day when the parenls were entertained. Mrs. Morse bas served as a solicitor for the Unlied Fund for many years and last year was director of \be drive In Swarth­more. She bas been active In the Women's Association of the Pres­byterian Oburch. and active In the woman's Club which she has ser­ved as Vice president. The "threes," taught by SUzanne Beatty, sang nursery songs with great enthusiasm. The "fours," taught by Mrs. Marjorie Wood, entertained 29 parents with an Indian War Dance complete with tom-toms, blankets, and hand-made head dresses. The program ended with a boisterous Indian song, after which the child­ren helped In serving refreshments to their gnests. She bas also served as chairman of the Needlework Guild, chairman of the Central committee of the Community NursIng SerVice, and at one time was secretary-treasurer of the swarthmore Recreation Association.. : Mrs. Robinson has also been a sollc!tor for the Torch Drive for many years and has served, In the past, on the boards of two United Fund agenCies, Children'S Aid Society and the Delaware County Child Care Center Associ­ation. The "fives" taught by Mrs. Ruthle Kelleher, spent their" week making "SUn B~nnets" out of paper and lace doWu and memorizing the words"r the song "Ok1ahoma." The boys worked on precision drills to the tune of "The Slars and Stripes Forever," and made hets lind swords to wear. The show they presented for their parents was considered most suc­cessful •. ThI! Post-Kindergarten group, taught by Mr~. Audrey Morrow, sang thetr songs In French with accompanying . gestures and had many encores requested for their efforts. The Primary group, taught by Mrs. Nancy Geist, spent the he~ ginning of the week making vases for their mothers. The remainder Of tbe week was spent on plan­ntng their program for Friday. This Included songs, dances, characterizations, poems, and' jokes. As a f!nal ending for the summer program, the committee has voted a big "THANK YOU" to the five helpers, Sue Scott, Judy Daltry, Katie NatvIg, Gaynor Shay, and Sperry 51. John, and for the Prl­.. ,ary assistant, Jan.. Kingham. Without these people, the com-' mlttee agreed, Mrs. Mary Byerly and her teachers could not have managed SO efficiently. SMITHS WELCOM AFS STUDENT ASTA FELS i an~'.i.:;:.r:~V:;I:~:: AS::~ . ican Field Service Exchange stu­dent Asta Fels, from Ostra Ljungby, Skane, Sweden. Asta arrived Tuesday on the S.S. Seven Seas with over 800 other European, African andAsian , students. Asta will be at bome , during the com1nir school year with I the Smiths at 25 A'lIherst avenue. EMERGENCY Bl.ooD Swarthmo.. Borough ... i. d.nts' requests for blood may be made to Red Cross Blood Program Chairm.,n Mrs. Cor. ben C. Shute, KI 3-3757, or to Mrs. Joh<ln Natvig, KI 3- 0324. She Is a member of tile Swarth­more woman's Club and was formerly chairman oUts education department. In another area of the campaign, W. Marshall Schmidt of Dickinson avenue was named a vice cbalrman in the campa!gn'slndustry,f1nance and commerce department, one of the Torch Drive's major IUnd­raising units. Mr. Schmidt, who Is a partner In Hornblower & Weeks, w1Ilserve with a section which wlll sallclt Investment houses. The Torch Drive wUl benefit 20 health and weHare agencies directly serving Delaware County, plus 200 others In the Greater Philadelphia ·Area. GIVE 451 HOURS TO RED CROSS TOTAL RIPRESENTS JULY SERVICE Memhers of the. Swarthmore Branch, American Red Cross, turned In an impressive 451 hours ;of volunteer serVice during the month of July. The hours piled up ,as foliows: One hundred flfty-sil< and a half hours In the hospllals; 53 hours .glven by 10 members woo covered the Bloodmobile at the Keystone Automoblle Club In P!,lladeJ.phla; 15 bours' by SUQ Dungan of Rlver­' View road. serving In the Junior Red Cross; 511/2 hours for ad­ ·mlnlstrailve and commltlee work. Also to be added Into the tota:l Is tile lime elven to the "Learn to Swim" program, held at the college pool last month, when 65 registered poplls averaged a 50. people daily attendance at thetwo­week course. VIrgln1a Ratb, local chairman of Firat Aid and Safety, had 30 hours, and ber 10 volunteer helpers worked a total of 132 hours. In aMlllo.., Gray Ladles COD­llnued their services ai the N&val and Coatesv111s Veterans Hos­pltals; and nine cakes were baked and del1vered to nine "birthday" patlenls In the Veterans hospilals.

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.' < Page 2 PERSONALS Mrs. ,Tohn Go lA!rd .elltertaiDed ·at a luncbsoft IIJId sbower last week at her bome on HarvarcJ avenue In bonor Of Mrs. A. Sidney Johnson, Jr., Of North Chester road. .. Mr. A. 1.. Buter of Ogden avenue attended the IIIth annllll1 tackle sbo .. Of the·AmerlcanFlsb­Ing Tackle Manufaclurers ASSOCI­ation August 5 to 8 at Chicago, m. Dr. and Mrs. Walter N. Molr and daughters Ginny and Joan of South Cheater road leave today for atwo-weekvacationonPawleys Island, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. David Bingham of Fairview road had as their guest for a fe.. days this .... k Mr. Bingham's brollier and sist.r-In­law Mr. and Mrs. Rockwell Bing­ham of KIng College, Bristol, Tenn. Mrs. Charles W. Mas11nandsons Teddy and Dicky of Vassar avenue have returned home, from Elm Point on Lake Winnepesaukl., N. IL, where they bad been spen~'­ing sIX ,,(eeks. Mr. Maslin joined them for the last two weeks. Mrs. Henry 1.. Smith of the Dartmouth House had with herthis week her grandchildren SUsan and John Handy from CriSfield, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold ha-ve -HAY Tile .1iIaJlii':p of Was.T&De Gr1dIey Hay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Har of Elm avenue to Mr. Douglas' Roberts Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Price of New York City, took place on Salurday afternoon at 2 O'clock In Trinity Episcopal Church, North Chester· road. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Layton P. Zimmer, rectur. The bride, given In marriage by her father, had her sister, Miss loUise Nichols Hay as maid of honor and ouly altendant. Mr. Ronald Hauser, Lieutenant (J.g.) U_S.N., was best man for Mr. Price. The ushers were Messrs. William Chapman and David Hay, brother of the bride, both of Swarthmore; A reception was held althe borne o.f the bride Immediately follOWing the ceremony. . Mrs. Pi-Ice was graduated from Swarthmore College, classot1961. . Mr. Price spent four years In the U. S. Navy, Is an alumnus of Swarthmore College, Vala­paraiso University, Indiana, andls currently engaged In graduate study at the American University In Washington, D. C., where the couple pla-n -to -re_sid.e._ - returned to WalUngford following MIIcKENZIE. PRATT a month's vacation atthelrsummer Mr. "and Mrs. George Pratt of Itome ai Lake Paupac In the Benjamin West avenue announce Poconos. tlte marriage of their daughter, Mrs. W1UJsm D. Zlegenfus and Sharon, to Mr. James Charles children W1UJsm, Jr.,andDeborah MacKenZie on Friday, August 3, left by jet Friday for Oakland, In the Swarthmore Methodist Calif., to join Lt. Zlegenfus Church. (M.D.) USNR. They will all leave The R~v. JohnC. Kulpoftlclated. from there for Sasebo Naval Base on the Island Kyusha,Japan, where HIDDEMEN - TILLETT. Lt. ZlegenfUs wUJ serve for three Miss Elizabeth Blair Tlllett, years. Lt. ZI.genfus Is the sOn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alytn of II1r. and Mrs. Wllliam C. F. Blair Tlllett of Wallingford, be­Zlegenfus Of Dickinson avenue and came the bride of Lt. O.g.)George Mrs. Zlegenfus IS the daughter of Hollick Hlddemen, 3rd, of Newport, Mr. and Mrs. Francis 1L Forsythe R. L, son of Mr. and Mrs. George of Thayer road. Hollick H1ddemen, Jr., of Potts- Miss Anne Mabbott of Harvard town, at a noon ceremonySaturday avenue, accompanied by Mrs. ugust 4, In the Swarthmore Meth­Gladys LaPlace of Germantown, odlst Church. returned Salurday from a week. The Rev. John C. Kulpoff1clated at Ocean City, N. J. at the double ring ceremony. The Mr. and Mrs.- Glen Scutt and organist, Robert Wayne Loudin of' family, formerly of 540 Cornell Wallingford, presented a Bach avenue, moved recently to .88 Program prior to the service. North Pocono road, Moun1aJn Lake The bride was escorted by her S. J. fahter. She was attired In her Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Harlow mother's bridal gown, an Empire of Lafayetttl avenue have returned style sUpper satin with cathedrai home after a seven-week trip to train. Brabantl lace formed the San Diego, Ca11f., to visll their small ruff collar and cuffs of the son-in-Isw and daughter Lt. and tiny puffed sleeves. Her elbow­Mrs. R. 1<. Alexander and da'IIg~'-.1 length veil of tulle fell from a ters Nancy and Judy. They all pearl coronet. She carried acres­returned here togetber as Lt. cent of White rOses and Ivy. Alexander Is being trsnaterred to Miss Nancy Lee Tlllett as her Dam Neck, Va. They drove up the Sister's maid of honor and only coast tu Portland, O!:.~., andv1slted attendant wore a lavender organdy the World's Fair tn'. ~~tt1e. Mrs. featuring a two-tiered skirt. Her Harlow and Mrs. Alexander and floral headdress matched her pink daughlers returned by train While and blue crescent bouquet. Mr. Harlow and his son-In-law Mr. Richard L. Hlddemen, of drove aCross the country. Lt. Pottstown was best man for his Alexander will attend Navigators brother. The ushers were Mr. School and be assigned to the David S. Sioterbeck of Abington, Woodrow Wilson, a POlsrlus SUb- Mr. Brooks W. norn of White marine now under coDStrucUon. Stone,' Va., Mr. Daniel G. Ritter Afterwards he wlll return to San of Boyertown, and Mr. Robert F. Francisco. Brainerd of Newtown Square. FETE BRIDE_ TO-BE Mrs. G. B. McCombs 01 Maple avenue and her daughter Mrs. James Patterson of Carlisle enter­talned at a dessert and personal shower ai the home 01 Mrs. Mc­Combs Monday evening In honor of Miss Barbara Heath of Cedar lane whose marriage to Mr. WlJllam Morrison of nartmout~ avenue takes place August 25th In the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church. Mrs. SUmuel Althouse enter­tained With a luncheon and bed­room and bath shower on Wednes­day In bonor of the brlde-ta-be at her home on Woodbrook Ian •• 10TH TU IIj TEAIUS MORROW'S CRACKER BARREL 17 S. Chesler Road Swarthmore A wedding reception followed the cere.mony In the church parlor. Mrs. Tillett chose a gown of pale blue featuring a lace bodice and a bell-shaped taffeta skirt. Su m*m"*e r un in surf and pool, relax* o'n* ocesotronl decks. Private beach entraDce, poohiide cafc, no cbarge for ocean or pool. Evening enlertainmenl. Air-conditioned Ocean W'1D8 wilh TV and private lerraces. Twin beds with bath from $14 Mod. Am., 58.50 Eur., each penon. Incllllive Pisn. Phone 609-345-1211: in N.Y., MU 2-4849. marlborough :f3lenheim Ctlltnl INrdWllk • Atllntic CIIJ o_.,~ -_!l'"".,., 101fOlt WIllI. • So,.., lid I ..'\ '.\ THE SWA~TH~O~ENN Her bat was of white 01'pllZL The bridegroom'. motber selected a pure s11It shrimp chiffon' sheath 0.... taffeta. Her hat Of .. hite silk organza puffed petals .. as SCal­tered With shrlmp-eolored flo .. ers. The bride .Is a graduate Of Randolph-Macon Woman's Col­lege, Lynchburg, Va., wbere she .. as :. member of Alpha Delta PI Sorority. ' Lt. Hlddemen Is a graduate of Lehigh University and a member Of Theta Chi Fraternity. Currently .. '. . ! Mr. and Mrs. 'foodward of Albany, N. Y., announce the birth Of a daughter, Wendy Vir­g1n1a, August'l. Mrs. Woodward Is the former Miss Joanne Shearer, dnrrgbter of Mr. ani! Mrs. Howard E. Shearer now of Providence Towne, Media. For MAGAZINE SUBISC~tlP'rIO.IS Call MRS. LLOYD E. K13-2080 , \ugust 10. 19":: THE swm SHOP COLONIAL COURT ApTS. ICI 3-4597 CUT FLOWERS . & PLANTS HOMEMADE CAKES, ES & CANDIES on military leave of absence (rom I~~~iiil~~b~~~~;:;; Scott Paper Company, he is B stationed aboard the U.S.s. Roy O. Hale ai Newport. Following a wedding trip to Que­bec, Canada, the couple wIll make their home In Newport. The bride's pal"ents entertained at a buffet supper at their bome on Plush MIll road Friday nlgbt before the wedding. BIRTHS • ~V":·'-· Mr. aDd Mrs. Scott C. Witt of CATERINO TO PERMANENT,and.TRirNs,IBNrr OUESTS Amarru.ol o, Tex., "nnounce the ar- Harvard and Rutgers Avenues Klagswootl a.9'lZIl rlVlU .' of their third ch!ld and ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ second daughter, Dale Elizabeth, STAT E I on July 31. PECTION Tbe maternal grandtpother Is Mrs. W1l1lam S. Hobbs of South Swarthmore avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith Witt of Amar1l10 are the paternal grandparents. Mrs. Witt Is tbe former June Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. John Ph1Up Larson of New York City are re­ceiving congratulations on the birth .of their first child a son, John Philip Larson, Jr., on August I In the New York Hospital. The baby weighed eight pounds, three ounces. Dr. aDd Mrs. John R. Bates of North Chester road are the mater­nai grandparents. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John O. Larson of Wallingford. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevenson Todd, Srd, of SalIsbury, Md., are receiYlng congratulaUons on the MOTOR TUNE-UP with ENGINE SCOPE RADIATOR FLUSH WHEEL ALIGNMENT DYNAMIC WHEEL BALANCE U-HAUL RENTALS • V. ·E. ATZ, Mgr. RUSSelL'S SERVICE \ Opposite Borough Parking Lot 'IUI,lwood 3·0440 Dartmouth and Llt.Jella AYI.a" Closed Saturday at i 2:30 P.~_ ~~ - . i'.q ' t .'. . BEAUTY SALON ~tIthM~~ birth .of a son Michael Bruce Todd, 1~:""I1111.:.;~~g:~~~ on Thursday, August 2, In Salls- (, bury. .~ ••• a ......... Tbe maternal grandparenls are Dr. and Mrs. J. Albright Jones of Elm avenue. Mrs. Henry S. Todd, Jr., of Salisbury Is the paternal grandmother. Mr_ and Mrs. Howard E. Shearer, Jr., of Hingham, Mass., """ounce the birth of a daughter, Tracy Lee, on August 6. Mr. Shearer, Jr., Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Shearet·, formerly of North SWarthmore avenue, now of Providence Towne, Media. . APPLES & PEACHES FRESH CORN, TOMATOES, BEANS Fresh Apple CI der * Wicker Baskets . LI NYI LLA ORCHARDS "Th6 Farm With the.Octaq07l4l Bam" Qiredionl: From Sw.rthmetr. south on •• !tlmor. Pile to Clov." •• f. Tun. left CIItfo 1M. m t"erd Ch.ster, O,ive IVJ' 2' mil.,. tam rI~ht"or. Knowlton Ro .• d for VJ mile. Open 10 A.M.-8 P.M. Dally & Sunday TRemont 6-9047 ~~~':':1;~~~ ; \~t!~~~1:i~ ~a6ulo~ .... VEGAS KARDS --CMD_fN __ NEWI . excIting ·Vegas Kllrd- Games For All The Family I $2.95 I BrlnR the 81GC1111ment and thrliia of Las Vegas Into your home with ''''epa Kard" fill ...... "'_ Karde" uae the prinCIpia of slot meehlne 8ylYlbo18 .. ordlnelY carda uae Spilde •• HlIIlrta. DlamoneJa and C1ut., PIey "Ve_ ~l "V~ ConcentrrrtJon", "Vegas C8M1no" and many, many ott .... fncIUcJ. =mplate 55 Icard deCk.nd almplo lnetruc:tton book with U1Ui1ttatiot Ill. GIFTS 15 SOUTH CHESTER ROAD \ , AU~BqO. 1862 .. Tln~ !;,IARTH1I10KEAN Page 3 SHS Team Candidates Get football' L-etters NEWS 'NOTES Wallingford Man Heads NotesNews Mr. and Mrs. Paul F, Gemmill recently returned to tlletr bomeon Thayer road after spending a week in Wah1ngtoII Do C., and visiting with their son anddaugbter-In-la .. The 8_181 long-awalted foot­ball letter from Coe.ch M1l1ard Robinson to prospeeUve h1gb scbool foothelJ team candidates was malled' out this put week. More than 100 letters were mailed to boys Wbo have indicated aD Interelll at 0118 Urn. or anotber. Tile coacbell have emphaslled that everyone .. encouraced to patlcl­pate iii the football program. Tbe letter points outthat,arnonc otber tbInp, It IS Important to start tllepbyslealcondltJoningpro­gram now utd attached were prescribed ~reJse8 that would benem everyone reprdl88s ot tbetr age or sport Interest. Anyone ellClble .. bo bas not re­ceived a letter sbould call coacb Robinson for specific 1nformaUollo 1_.frl2'1M~_ Rev. and Mrs. John C. Kulp and famny ot Park avenue have Cystic Fibrosis Drive retumed from Ocean Clty, No J., Teams of telepbooe reeruitors after' .vacaI1onlng for II month. wIl1 launcb a mammoth drive Mrs. S. M.. Viele Of Sb'atII. lbrouCbout the Delaware Valley Haven averwe and Mrs. Ralph 8. this week to eu1Ist some 15,000 Hayes ot OberUn a .... nue have re- "marchers" for the SePtember . turned IrOm 8Iz weeks spe\ll In Cystic F1bro8III Campa!&n. Maine and CauadL Peter It Delo, Walllngford, Mr. and Mrs. ADdre .. FIfe JOIIH preslderrt of tile Pblladelphia­of Needham, Mass., spent the Delaware Valley Chaptell, National weekend with YI'. J"oos' parents Cystic PibroBIs Researcb Founda­Dr. and Mr&. .T. Albright Jone. Uon, said the teJepbone eperators I of Elm ave_.. wIl1 work unW the arst week In Mrs. Howard .Tenkinll Of North September to enroll volunleersfor Cllester road has had as her guast the CF door-to-ooor ettort. IIrs. Rose Go Allen Of Dalton, Tbe door-to-ooor effnrt Is e"­Ga., the former Mary Ellen Mer- peeled to ra1ae tile' bulk of a cer, cllUlCbter Of Mrs. Eo Laroy $170,000 goal set by the Chapter Mereer. for Cystic FIbrosis Researcb. David Morrison, son Of Mi. and Volunteers wID be enrolled In Mrs. Noah Eo Morrison of North all parts of Pb1Iadelphla andareas Cbester road, bas returned bome Of Delaware, Bucks, Cllester, anoJ after spending eight .. eeks al the Montgomery coUDt1es. In addltlon, Tule River indian ReservaUon they will be recruited In Wllm1ng- Work Camp In California. ton, Del., and In Burl1ngton and Mr. and Mrs. EIIWlD If. Ham Camden counUes In New Jersey. of Haverford avenue Will have as Drl1l8s are also set for Salem, their guests for a few days nezt In SOuthern New Jersey. week Mrs. John IL Walsh and The door-to-ooorappealawlllbE children Cecile and John Harley launclied on Sunila)', September 16, =fr=o=ID=J",a.c .k =s=on='i::M=I=SS=.====_'!I whicb will be deslgnatpd as "Cystic Sunday." Cystic Fibrosis affUcta some 5,000 each year, Lung compU­caUoDS caused by the mysterious disease result In death for most of the ch1ldren before they reach their teens. Mr. and Mrs. Walter 0_ Heinze of Stralh Haven avenue are enter­ta1n1ng their sQn and daughter. In-law Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Heinze utd son Craig who are vlslUng them from San Turee, Puerto RICO. . Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Gemmill and sIll_month-old son John JamisOn. There Is Still Time! Depos It, by Aug. 15 Earn from Aug. 1 Each' $1000 unit del'oslhtd NOW will be-worth ~1013.33 on November 30 four months from flOW. Insured savings poyln8 4% per year. INDUSTRIAL SAYINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Dally '10 4:30 45 E. State Street, .Medla FrIday 6,30109,30 SYMBOLS 1IF PROTECTION TheBe are the .,."bola of professional people; moD. who are .kllled in their work. Sure, ewift aDd 11011- itive in their: efforts, they are ready to help yon in time of need. This kind of help ia available In in­surance too. See UB for an expert analYlis of your insurance progr~ Ie. part of the P.S., Peroonal Service of our agency. August Special! 20% Sa .... dCl\' '101 NAMED FRANKLIN INSTITUTE OFFICIAL John J. Jackson of Springfield Il~~~~~~~~;;~~:;~~~~~;~~;~~~f!~ has been named an ottlcer of The I' Frankl1n Tnstltute tu ph1lsdeJph1s. Mr. Jackson, lusUtule staff mem­ber stuce 1957, is controller of tbe 138-year-old organlzaUon. Peter E. Told All LInes of Insurance 333 DARTMOUTH AVE. Klngswood 3-1833 Discount!!! BOOKWAYS 417 Dartmouth Ave. KI3-0926 , For Safe Motor Trip FolIo These Rules Mr. Jackson Joined the staff as the assistant to tbe treasurer. He .. as named controller In January 1960, and an Inl!Utute official at tbe 1962 summer meeting of the Board of Managers. Mr. Jackson earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at Duke University In 1949. He currently IS taking graduate work at Temple Univer­sity. He Is married to the former Elizabeth Rumble of swarthmore. Mrs. Margaret Batchelor Chap­man, forme,' Media resident who bas been In Melico for the past sis months. was the bouse guest this week of Mrs. wllliarn F. stotz ot WAllingford. She planS to go to Europe shortly to attend the . First Internatlooal World-wide Building. a new Consult your carpet man the BLUEPRINT stage Some times o. minor variation in room size can result in important carpet economies, 01" in a better looking in­stallation. Your hearth will look better if it is elevated about the thi<:;kness 'of carpet. to receive carpst flush, rather than bEling flush with the floor. Quarter-round fmo'ldingl may be omitted in roams to be carpeted wall, to-wall. and the carpet in.talled directly to the baseboard. It costs you nothing to discuss plan. with your carpet mono If a helpful juggestion result.. vou will have it while you· can" use it UNESCO Cooterence on mlteracy 1 In Rome. Sbe wUI be a Laubach Building a new home? Consult your carpet man in the BLUEPRINT stage Good 1I~1n1 habit. - plenty of sleep and delegate from tbe Casa Altabet-and a good frame of mind wilh no wn".i,e.' . lzaclon In Valle de Bravo, Melico. while driving. Mrs. Fred N. Bell entertatued 2 B*r eak .up *m onotony* - SlOP f*or collee * or gas, at regular intervals, gct out and walk around. Never go more than two hours or 150 miles wilhoul a SlOp. This keeps you fresh, alerl and al your driv­ing peak, * * * * * 3 * * LImIt ),our DaD)' DrlYlnl - len hours of driving per day Is Ihe limil. Afler thaI you are asking for Irouble. \ 4 c. .. malnle_ - * it's a m*us l to * keep your car in lOp mechanical condit jon. * * 5 * * *- === "- ~\lk). Drive a tidy Carr Loose articles, liller, p~ck­'~,. J'~~ ages. elc., can be dangerous. Keep lhe inside a ' of your ~~r neal and tidy. eV~rylh~n. p.ck~ __ -I ii in conven,enl places where loose 1Iems can I slide aro~nd. Packa8" piled on lhe Year , window ledge become missiles in case·of • • collision; and lhey also block Ihe view of the driver behind you. 6 *Fo lio. . ro*a d ........*.. ....., If *lh e si8n * says 40 m.p.h .• belie"e II. If il say" "Slow, danaerous curve," lake Ihe hillhwilY department's word for iI. The si,ns are placed alonllihe roadway f~ I your help, and Ihey have a good re'!IOn .... .. . . for beinilihere. Dusk lind dawn are poor v,.,b,hly dnvID[lI,m ... lise rxlra "";Ire then. * * * * * . Wednesday al a small luncheon at I her bonie' ou Harvard avenue. - 'aler E.. Told All Un". oI'nsuraliCe Klngswood 3·1833 M.ha •• C.rp.lIl, • Colllplete PrIce Raa,e • Orln'll R",I 100 Park Ave., Swarthmore, Pa. Klngswood 3-6000 d'~""''''t't KNOWS Carpet Weekend Special! SWIFT'S PREMIUM SIRLOIN I·IONE PORTERHOl"H It costs no more ta en/oy the Best at . . • 401 Dartmolth Avenle FOOD MARKET ' ,

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Pap. ,':>TBB 8" AR'l"RIlOBB ' . .Aii~'''i· Ii l'~ . ~::::~~-=::::::::::::~:::::::::::::3~riM~R~~~.~M"O;'O~R~E~~;iii~~~~~c~~~~~;r--~t:~Mrp:_~:,~~~"Mr'I~"'~"~~~~~ THE StrARTHMOR1!AN Mr.. B1'......... Go Moon ii .... - .• - part .......... patt.at.InTl.lrlorll Tbe..-. .... ottbe..w..~ , ...... tbeIr _ ............... In- PUJlUSHED EVERY FRIDAY JJ SWARTHMORE; NHMA. Ik>sp!laJ. fOllowlDC • tall: PliAilaYII ... .·_ 1iecM. ~ SWarIIuDore. area Mr ..... wr .. ,Jamee .... Wolf FETER E. TOLD. MARJORIE T. TOLD. publlshers mol'lllDc at bar 110m. wbare will bold'. flOwer allow eDUtJed f:;dp;:. ~.:.ns.: K:.t:h:Y~.:IId:·, JUDI or Phon. Klngswood ' ... 0900 broke bar lee· HlpU,Ids," OD 1Iat1Irda1. Fla. Mrs. Moore wU1 celebrate aa at the Sum!lllt8cbool. Pj!:TER E. TOLD. Editor 101st birthday on September MJll road, WallJDcfOrd. BARBARA B. KENT. M.napn, Edllor Rosalie D. pe!rso[ MIllY E. Palmer Marjorie T. Told Dersonals r,. '. . YOU KNOW "Jome of the first "dog , ~ Entered as Second Class Matler. January !il4.1929. at Ibe Post Oftlce lit Swarthmore. Pa .. under the Act of Marcil 3. 18'79. M1~bael Field. son ot, l!IIr. and devised by Civil I aMvresn.u eD, avblads Mre.t urFnieedld boofm ev aassftaerrl ll~:~i::;~r~e~po'rbtesc auWseor lodf Bo. ok I DEADLINE - WEDNESDAY 11 A.M. spending a week at Reslca Falls Asoldier often wrote" ~cout ReservaUon. IUs slsterl name and addle! B on a SWARTHMORE. PENNA •• FRIDAY. AUGUST 10.01962 Nancy Is at Camp Speers, Dlng_ paper and pinned it to his m""" Ferry, ctrl's div1stoD, and before gOing into battIE •• .l1 "All thllt Is necessary for the forces of evll to win his brother Jeffrey Is at tbe Sllmel in the world is thllt enollgh good men do not bing". catnp, boy's divlslon. SUsan, an-' Edmund Burke other atster, Is at Girl 1':"-=:'" L. _____________ ,.-___________ .... Camp lUelden Falls. They as ~ur Fatli8r whlch Is In heaven return tIllS week. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NOTES The prllctlcal vlllue of strlvtng for perfection will be stressed at ChrlsUan Science church ser­vlces In the Lesson-Sermon 'en­Ulled "Splrlt." Tbe Lesson-Sermon wlllinclude thls admonlUon of Christ Jesus (Matthew 5): "Be ye therefore perfect. even Is perfect." Dr. and Mrs. Johll Lawr'ODce II Among the correlatlve cltaUons and three children Katharine to be read from "Science 'and Jeanne, ten-year-old twins, aDd Health wltb Key to tbe Scriptures" five year old John. Jr., have of whlcb Mary Baker Eddy is the 'mo~ed from Glenside to 540 author. Is the following: Cornell avenue, the former bolmeaiiiii '''The divine demand, 'Be ye of Mr. and Mrs. GlilD Scutt. Mrs. t1ierefore perfect,' Is sclenUlI", ~awrence Is tbe niece of MIss j and .the buman footsteps leading 10 Florence Hoadiey, of Walnut lane,' perfecUon are indispensable. In- md the daughter of·Mr. and'Mrs. _____________ ~ diVlduals are consistent wbo, A.nthony Hoadley of Schenectady, CHURCH SERVICES watchlng and prayteg, can 'run, N. Y., formerSWarlbmoreans. Her i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH D. Evor Roberts, Minister RobertO.Browne,Assoc.Minister Mi~ister of Christian Education Sunday, August 12' and not be weary;; .. walk, and not grandfather was. the late George; , faint,' wbo galn good rapidly and A.rlhur Hoadley, Professor Emer-' hold their poslUon. or attaID slowly 'IIus of SWarthmore College. I and yield not to discouragement. Mrs. David Grove of Walnut; God re'll1\res perfection, but not lane entertained last month at a; until tbe battle between Spirit and kitchen shower at her borne In' fleshlsfoughtandtbevlclorywon" ,honor of MIss EUzabeth TIllett" (p. 253). . U1d MIss Mahala CoHen, both ot ;. ,,:30 A.M.-Summer Choir Re­hearsal 10:30 A.¥.-Mr. Browne w1ll prellch Tue.day, August 1.01 9:00 A.M.-Morning Prllyers All are welcome to attend the Wallingford. Mtes Tlllett became : servlces at 11 a.m. In First Churcb tbe brlde of Lt; George IL : ot Christ. Scientist, 206 Park IUddemen last Saturday In --1be. ' Swarthmore Methodlst Cburch.: .dlss Cohen and Mr. Alexander Clmochowsk! of Forest City, Pa., . will be married on August 18. avenue. ~--·---'I METHODI.ST CHURCH METItODISnU)TES Mr. Kulp W111 conunue hls SUm- The Rev. Jahn C. Kulp. Mlnist ... mer Sermon Series on "Falth for James S. MacMam These Days" 'at tbe 10 a.m. Ser- Minister for Youth vlce of Worshlp on Sunday. The Charles Schisler t:lplc Sunday wlll beentltled"Your Minister of Music Fatth Helps others." ---- , 5undoy, AugustJ2 Sunday School tor all classes 8:45 A.M.-Sunday SChool ot the chlldren's ~1v1slon (nursery 9:45 A.M.-SundllySchool. chil. through sixth grade) are held at dren through 6th Grllde. 9:45 a.m. youth and adult classes 10:00 A.M.-Mr. Khlp will preach are scheduled for 8:45 a.m. ___ , __________ 1 Boldst st tbe 10 o'clock semce TRINITY CHURCH M!". and Mrs. Herman Bloom' of Columbia avenue have as thelr\. gueste from Augus~ 8 to 15 tbelr } son-in-law and daughter Lt. andj Mrs. Bruce Young and daugbtersj . Deborah Jean and Beth Anne, wbo; . are on vacation from Kincheloe; :AIr Force Base, Mlchlgan. Lt.: ;Young rues the F-I06 jet fllgbt 'planes. '" , . Seethe MEMORIAL PARK in beautiful . WEST: LAUREL HILL . '~ any day from 9 10 4. aelmonl Ave. abo .... CiIf Un. . Balo-Cynwyd StoP. in 0fIic:. at Clock Tower .~ guidance The Rev. Layton P. Zimmer, Rector The Rev. George R. McKelvey Curate wlll be Wayne Conner. He will sing "I Walk Today Where Jesus Walks." Mrs. John 'IL McWtlJtems. and son Wlll oC Guernsey road have returned lifter vlsltlng frler.ds In. State College, and K1skl, and In Mercer with Mrs. MCWilliams PRESBYTERIAN NOTES parents Mr. !'lid Mrs. Clair Asb- PETERE. TOLD Sunday. August 12 (Trinity VIII) 8:00 A.M.-Holy Communion and: Word 9:00 A.M.-Mornitlg f'rayer and Sermon • 10:15 A.M.-Holy Communion and Sermon Mr. Browne will preach at the baugh. 10:30 servlce of worshlp Sunday morning. Anlnformal soclalperlod Mrs. Mary C. Foster of SleIJlh- ; ton Farms School, formerly of on the lawn of the church, sr- ! Swarthmore bas just returned from ranged by the Board ot Deacons, la trip 10 Europe vlslUng In Eng­wlll tollow the servlce. (land. Holland, and Luzerne, Swlt- ' The Summer Cbolrwlll rehearse Izerland. She Blso took part In a ..t 9:30 prior 10 tbe service. iwork camp In Austria' with ,Child care Is provlded during the. ' servlce through the kindergarten' . Yugoslav Refugees under the auspices or ·tbe United Natlons level" 'Assoclatlon of Great Britain. Mrs. Morning Prayers are held Tues- . All Linas of Insurance Dartmouth: Ayenue s.w'atthmore. Pa. , 333 Monday, August 13 9:15 A.M.-Morning Prayer Tu •• doy. August 14 9:15 A.M.-Morning-Prllyer Wee/n.sdoy, ·Augu.t 15 9:15 A.M.-Morning Prayer Thursday, AU!Ju.t 16 days at 9 a.m. Foster spent two weeks at the camp. ., ... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wsgstetf 9: 15 a.M.-Morni·ng Prllyer Friday, August 17 9:15 A.M.-Morning Prllyer THE RELIGu:5uSSOCIETY OF FRIENDS Sunday, August 12 11:00 A.m.-Meeting for Worshlp Mondoy, Augu.t 13 All-Day Sewing for AFsC Wee/n •• day, August 15 All-Day Qnilting for AFSC ; FRIENDS MEETING NOTES \ Frlenda are reminded that there ,wlll be no Monthly Meeting for :Buslness In August. . , The Library of Whlttler House 'IS open from 9:30 a.m. In 12 nPOn. 'Recent addltlnns are: : "The Quaker Reader", Jess­. amyn West; "The Quaker 'Ap­proach" ,edited by John Kavanaugh; :"The Quaker star Under Seven ~ Flags", Forbes. TRINITY NOTES Ho,y Commnnlon wlll ne celr brated at 8 a.m. Sunday morning. A Family servlce wDl b0 b01d at 9 a.m. and tbe Morning Prayer' -FIRST CHURCH OF'-- 'and Sermon wlll be held at 10:15. The program at the 9 a.m. CHRIST SCIENTIST servlce for children through~ Pllrk ,Avenue below Harvllrd sIJ: wlll continue througb August. Svndoy, Augu.t 12, The cbUdren leave thechurchdur· 11:00 A.M.-BundIlY School 'Ing the slnglng of the Sermor. 11 :00 A.M.-The Lesson-Bermon Hymn and wUl in downstatrs tc w1l1 be "Spirit,.. see a moYle. Tba ·fllm on Bunda) 'wlll be tba second In a series Wednesday evenln.g meetl"5 ellcn 'of tecbnlcoJor fUms on the Ute ot: week, 8 P.M. Rellding Room, IChrlst.8unday'8 fIIm.1s 'entltled 409 Dartmouth Avenue. open i"Thlrty PJecas of BUver." week-days except hol1days. I Nursery Care Isprovldedclurlng 10 II Friday evening 7-9. 'the 8. 9. aDd 10:15 a.m. semces. --LEIPER PRESBYTERIAN I' MOrnlng Pra,.r 18 held at 9:111 a.m. Monday through Friday. CHURCH 900 Fulryl.w Road Th. R.v. Jalll •• Barber, MINsle S""doy, Aug •• t 12 9:00 A.M.-Church School 10:00 A.M.-Morning Worship '* E. , ... NI LID .. 01 ,..",.... I ~ ., .._ _. ..-. ..... , and sons Robert. Jr., and Richard, of Haverford place spent last week I-­vacationlng at Belgrade Lakes, Me. Mrs. Howard Jenkins of Nortb Chester road leaves Sunday for a 1 __ _ trip to Japan wbere she will join Mr. Jenkins who has been In Saigon, Vietnam. During their ab- '."_-­sence Mr.' and Mrs. WilHam IL. Cooper and family of Pennington, 1._-'" N. J., will stay In their bome. before movlng Inlo their new house In Walllngfcrd. Mr. Cooper Is a professor of economics at Dr.,,,,,II I InsUlute of Technology. Mrs. Kennatb Reed of North Chester road last Thursdayenter­talned u.J AmerlcanAssoclatlonot University Women brldee club at luncheon at her home. Tba nest mornlnl sba had a coffee and brldee at her IIome for sewral friends. DOYOO KNOW' No two fingerprints, even the)SE t identical twins, are .ever arne and these indi vldual marks~ )n the insideot the hands :wlell of ,the teet are carried avery human trom birth to death. tn. iISnB atntecriDenst ~o~i~li :!:,~th~;ern~~:r::gl recogn1.zM. placed on early Chinese japanese legal documents; anciC\llt rulers used fingerprints lIS sll&ls. More power for the coming generation By the time these youngsterS grow up, delnands for1iiectricity will'be milch greater than at present. Even before these children were bO!"ll, Philadelphia Electric was pjanniIrg ahead for them. O~er the past decade we have spent mqre than $770 million for new equipment and, facilities. To meet future ~quirements, we will spend many millioas more in the years ahead. This combination of foresight and action has 'p!"ovided' ample' electricity for >all, .whenever and wherever needed ••• and at . reasonable rates. PHilADELPHIA ELECTRIC COMPAMY AN iNVESTOR.OWNEO COII'AHY wnH IIOIE THAN 100.000 STOCICHOlD£IS AUgUst1(); 1962 THE SWAft1l'HMOREAN paget~" LACROSSE STARS MEET NEW JERSEY. Face-OH Set For 2 Sunday. Rutgers Field Fisher, Paul ?&rllngton and' '118R~9.Y' ACCfSSl'AOiillS~' -;i-~-----------:I =DO~YO""U~K=N:-:::O=WP~-- -,-.,. George BIlker. SWIM CLUB NEWS Al!tomoblles are the major The Arrows bave two remaining' 'Fiction- Vance l!Ourj ally , Tblrteen swlmmers have com- ',source of llir pollution in cities. games with theChlefswhlchsbould Confessions of II Spent Youth. pleted tbalr We SaYIng Course Ire~ellSing ()verLos Angeles. for be won by\the first-place Arrows. Michllel Cllmpbell. Oh, Mllry, conducted at tb.-Swlm Club under. instance, 965 tons per day of if past performances are any This is London. Nicolette Instruclnr steve Kamp. Theyare: ,hydrocarbon, 250 tons of nitrogen precedent. DevIlS, Nlghtwatch. Alfred Dug- Jnnlors _ Eric Peterson. Davld I ()~ide. 19 tons of sulfur dioxide, The double-eUmlDaUon play- glln, The Right Line of Cerdic. ~bngaris, Roberl Van. 'Raven- 'fi.850 tons of carDon monOXide, The .Phlladelphla All-Star La­crosse team will mee! tbe N!;lw Jersey sters In a return engsce­ment at SWarthmore Sunday at 2 p.m. The game wlll be played on the- Swarthmore High School foot­ball field. The PhIladelphla stars. made up of selected stars from t.he Pblladelphla SUburban League. wUl be out 10 avenge last week's 5-4 set-back at EIlza,betb, No 'J. Members of tbe PhIladelphlastars are Andy Lockhart, Bill Rowland. Mike McKissock.' MIke Carney, Tlnk Leroy, Bill Robb, Ernie Behr, John Hodges, Ralph Beck, Gene Melcher (Mer.), Jay Jenney, Jack Smylhe (coacb), Ralpb Kletzleo, Skip Bernard. Win All-Star Ti It , The secood annulII league All­Slsr Tllt was won by the com­bined Mohawks and Commanches, who tlnIshed second and thlrd In the regular league schedule as they defeated the ottaWll-Hematoba comblnaUon 1'7 to 12 •. High scorers for the vlctors, coached by Brook Cottinan and· Al Fullon, were Nick Falcone with 5 goals and Al Fulton wltb 4. Bob McHenry, coacb olthe ottawas and le,lgue champions, copped the scoring bonors for the day with 6 goals IIIthougb It turned out 10 be a losing cause. George Corrigan was second hlgh scorer for the loser s wlth 3 goals . All-League Team The second annUai all-league . team has been selp.cted for 1962 as follows: olts will becID Monday with the I Maurice Edelml,Ln, The Miq1sters.. swaay. Jr.; Seniors - Elizabeth ti.~o~f~~~iii Tomahawks opening the serles Donllld Gordon, Stllr-Raker., Anderson. BoIling Clark. Mary iii agatnst the fourthplaceteamwhlch Elizabeth Gunn. The. Lllst Cook, Joanne Espenschade, Gaynor will undoubtedly be the Swarth- Summer. Joseph Helier, .Clltch Shay, Roy.Taylor. SarabWadlelgh. more Braves. Games will be played: '22. Robert Trllver •. ,Hornstein's Ell Wismer, 3rd. Valerie Wood- Tue .... y. Wednesday, and Tburs-'l' Boy. Vercors. SylvlI. co*ck, curus Young. day nlgbta with 6:15 as the start- . Mystery- Dorothell Bennett. A total of 277 children were Ing time. If a final game ts Under the Skin. Emmll Lathen. enrolled In the summer's tour, necessary It wlll be played Mon-' BlinkingonDelith. DellShannon, two-week swlmmlngcourseswhlch , i Extrll Kill. Robert Vlln Gulik. day, August 20 at Swartbmore.! The Chlnese Lake Murders.' end today. ; Brett Hlilliday. The Careless One htuHired and three were New Services OHered Corpse. Seldon Truss, A Time enrolled'ln the tlrst session; 80 to Hate. ThomllS Wlilsh, The Eye In the second, 42 In tbe thlrd, of the Needle. and 52 In the fourth. . Non,Fictlon -Holger Arbman,I:;:===::::::::::======~1 Special cllnlcal studies and The Vikings. Eric Bentley, In treatment Of children sutterlng search of Theater. Clellnth from RheumatoldArthrltlsarenow Brooks, Understllnding Drllmll. avallable to residents ot Delaware I Wiillllm Butterfield. Effe.cliv.e County at ~hlldren's Hospital. ,personal Lette~s. John ClllIl!', Philadelphia. 39 Poems. DIiVId Dlilches. Cnt- The board ot directors of the ical Approllches to Literlltu!e. Delaware County Chapter. National Elizabeth Dr e w. Dlscovenng Foundation jlas voted unanlmousl Poetry. Gordon Harmer. ed .. to pve fb.anrllal support to th~ Scott's. standard postllge Stamp cUnic' whlcb I' directed b 'Dr Catlilogue. Mllry Kelly. HOW to I s y. Make II Pllge ant! Lllwrence Lllr-, Peter Vanace, who conducts a slm- I d B t C to· f th i ar, e" es af ODS 0 e Eastlawa Cemetery , A non-profit, mutulil enter­prise for the benefit of fam1- lies residing in Swartbmore and neighboring communities. For in/ormation liS to lots ap­ply to ALBERT N.GARRETT President and Business Mgr. 228 Gllrrett Ave. KI 3-0489 Swarthmore, Pa. BuHet Luncheons ':'-,~.. .. .S erved Dilly BOTH HOT & COLD DISHES S1.25 BuHet Dinners Thur~day 5 to 9 Sunday 3 to 8.30 S2.75 THE WILD GOOSE , Route 1, Baltimore Pike (4 Miles West of Media) CLOSED ON MONDAYS t llar gllnlcal study and treatment Year·1945. Lillilln Lieber. 'Hu­center at Camden, N.J., Mnnlclpal mlln Values and Science, Art Hospital. lind Mathemlltics John Lilly With poUoontbewane,theMarch Mlln lind DplPhin: O'Brien, Th~' ot Dimes organlzaUon bas turned Catholic Way of L i f e. Paul Its enerpes to the fields of Rbeu- Oliver. Blues Fell This' Mornlng~ matold Arthrltts and birth defects. Ronllld pearson. A Selll Flies DICK FRANCHETTI - Parents of children either known By. Herbert Prochnow. Toast­to be sutterlng from Rheumatoid ,master's Handbook. Hllrry Shok­Arthrltls or suspected of having Iler, Art i s t s Manual for S i 1 the alIment should contact the Screen PriQt Milking. John Stew­March of Dimes Office at 13 I IIrt. The EssllY. Louis Unter­Bouth Ave., Media, for Informatlon ' meyer. Forms of Poetry. Hen­on when to take the children to the drik Vlln Loon. The Arts. Thom­cUnic. liS Whitney, The Communist Blue- Police & Fire News TElEVISION-HOME & AUTO RADIO-PHONOS U.H.F. CONVERTERS INSTALLED ROCKL YH RD.!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKI .oI-l0281111111111I11SPRINGFIELD, Nurseries, Inc. MIDDLETOWN ROAD, MEDIA . Opposite Highmeadow - Attack - George Corrigan and Dave VanDyke; midfield - Al Ful­ton. Bob McHenry and John Mc- A Massachusetts couple enroute Daniel; defense _ Andy Lockhart south on vacation landed In Trl­and Bruce McKlssockl goalie: Phil County Hospllal Saturday evening Benedetti. 'when their car was struck by' a I print for the Future. Robert Arnn I Jesus of Nllzareth. U. E. Bllugh­man. Secret Service Chief. John! Beevers. st. Teresll of Avilli. Nita Carico, The Dried Flower .Book. Shireiy Conran. Decorll' tI ve Art in Modern Architecture. ·Tonl. }Iagen. Nepal; the KIngdom In the Hlmlllayas (Helen Browne Memorial). Carlton Joseph Huntley Hayes, Contemporary Europe since 1870. Carlton Joseph Huntley Hayes, Modern Europe 10 1870. Thomas Paine, Common Sense and 'other PoUtical Wrltlngs. Bernard (between Dutton Mill Road and Knowlton.Road) Telephone - TRemont 2-7206 "Ask for Ben Plilmer" CONSTRUCTION Others who were outstandlng In truck at Cedar lane and Swarth-the league are: more avenue at 6:5Q p.m. John Attack _ Nick Flllcone, Brook 'Purens, 48, ,'IIld hls wife, Lydia. Cottman. George Bj;e"iQu; midflel~. ,45. we~. tr8nfpOrte<1ln the M.edJa _ Tlnk Leroy, Charley Gummy, ambulance whlle Spr{ngfleld and Gene Melcher,SklpBernard.Chrls Nether Providence police assisted Martin, Paul stevens, Ed Rabb; Swarthmore police In controlllng defense -DanaSwann. MIke Beatty; traftlc at the turn of Stete IUghway golllie _ Bob Heaton. 320 In the borough. MInor League Play-offs, 'Purans was traveling south on , Pares, A IUstory of Russls. Anne Merriman Peck, The Pageant of Middle American Htelory. Vincent Walls . Walks . Terraces g~ SHADE TREES p~ BROADLEAVED EVERGREENS .. POlTED STAR ROSES" and Miniature Roses POWER SPRAYING WE DELIVER Open Daily until 5:30 P.M. Sundays 12 until 5:30 P.M. At' ~he moment It appears that Cedar lane and pulled out Into L'le the Swarthmore Tomahawks and path ot the truck of James Mul­the Main Line Arrows will tInlsh holland ot Upper Darby, eastbound In II tie tor the minor league on Swarthmore avenue. The car championship. Thls past Monday, was knocked Inlo the street sign at the Swarthmore field. the Tom- and the truck sheared a uillity abawks defeated the Arrows In II pole, both ori t~ southeast corner hotly contested game 7-6. of the Intersection. Purenssutter- Price. The Book of Jae. Donald R. Rlcbberg, Labor Union Monop­oly. Abram LeonSllchar, A H1story of the Jews. Albert Schweitzer, The Philosophy of CIv1Uzatlon. I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Paul L Wellman. A Dynasty Of,; Western OUtlaws. S. E. Whltman, .. The Troopers. Reference - WIIJtem Robert Shepherd, Htetorlcal Atlas. John Wigton and Pete Lewicki ed a cut artery of' the head, hla led the scoring In a game that 'wife had head, shoulder and side was decided on Wigton's sen- lacerations. Mulholland was given satlonal screen shot In the dylng . a hearing before Justice of the seconds. I Pe.ace Vincent MIIII~n. Rf.dieyTwp.· On Research Pro}' ect O t tanding t tb T aha k and released after Signing his own u s or e om w s Dr. Robert N. Euwema of .the th ho t th ha be I bond for $300 pendlng outcome of roug u e sea~n ve en physics department at swarthniore . Fred Schaeffer, Bob wagstaff, stu Injuries. I " I '~===:;=====;;=;:': :;;;;;:;;;;:;;;;:;;;=====:'~. '"Ionlsltergucet oIrss fornoem osmf a~1I\g, hcto lslecgieensc Ine AlTENTION TAX PAYERS I four states wbo are at the Uni- For your convenience the SWARTHMORE BOROUGH TAX OFfICE has been moved to a central loc:ation -10 PARK AVE - (enter through the'Music Box) Office hours will be 9,30 a.m. to Sp.m. Monday through Friday - Special hours as noted in bills prior to end of discount period - Always by appointment Phone KI.3-3IS1 JOHN.A SCHUMACHER TAX COLLECTOR verSity of Maryland tor 12 weeks ; to refresb their sclentlflc skills I . by delvlng Into research projects , In physics. . , I He ts enrolled In the College l Physics Research Partlclpatlon Program wlilch Is partly tlnanCed by the National Science Foundation. Dr. Euwema and the other seven teachers receive money from the Foundation to cover their summer expenses. Each of the vteltlngteacbershas I a University of Maryland physics: department faculty member as­sisting him In lahoratoryresearch , NEWS NOTES i Mrs. WIlIlam F. Stotz of Wallingford en'tertalned herbrldge I club at luncheon on Monday at ber . home. Mrs. W. S. Evans ot Cedar lane has reluraed home lifter vlsltlng at Lake Placid, N. Y •• Dave Grogan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Roberl'M. Grogan ot West­minster avenue, hasrelurnedtrom siX weeks at RoO. T.C. camp at Fort Bragg. N. C. I Mrs. Ford F; Robinson ot ! Guernsef road entertained her ..._ ___________________. .. :' dlausptl lWcaetde nbersd~dayge. club at her bome MANY HAVE BEEN ASKING ABOUT , A SALE -- OR SPECIALS We have been running a window of various items at Y:z price. We have hod a special 25% off/ist price sale of our golf bags, baseball bats, baseball gloves,lennis rockets and ladies' beach hots and bogs. OUR SPECIAL TODAY IS!! ONE EACH - ALL NEW 35 mm SUDE PROJECTORS REGULAR SPECIAL AIRQUIPT 500 W. MAGAZINE 59.95 39.99 ARGUS SOO W. MAGAZINE AUTOMATIC, REMOTE CONTROL LABELLE 500 W. STACKING WITH CASE 99.95 H)·U5 BELL & HOWELL SOO W. MAGAZINE REMOTE CONTROL - REMOTE FOCUS ,98.88 NO RE-ORDERING ON ABOVE PROJECTORS 62.95 59.95 64.95 THE CAMERA & HOBBY SHOP 4-6 parle Ave., Swarthmore KI3-4191 fRJ 9.10 8,30 SAT 9 Io'J:OO .. ." -,---- -- .. --.. ---------- II •

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iPia~g~e~6~ii~ __________ -.~~~~~~~~~ ___ ~T~H~E~~,S~_~'.~~A~R~T~H~,N~,~O~R~E~A~N~ ____ ~ ______________________ ,~ __ ~~A~U~gu8'1~, 1982 N'lEiWtr,S iNudO tMErSs . Ronald W. J!sta- SOCIAL SECURITY UPS PAYMEN.TS 12% OVE'R '61 BP o raIr d In' colljUTIrI\CI8tito n with Muslc daughter M'r . aDd Mrs, raul W. hrook aDd four children of south Old.age, survivors, anddlsabll- mUDity generally. Most of the .. ollDlUlCe Funds of the stewart aDd two schUdren In Den~ diat 1 Recording InduStries with the co- Prlneeton avenue have just re- ity insurance benefits are becom- money Is spent Imme e Y for ver, Colo. tu~ned alter spending a month Ing Increasingly Important as It food, clothing, and other necessl- operaUon of the Cbeater Music- Mrs. Mark A. Heald of Harvard t1 llins' Local 484, American ,Fed-visiting Mrs. Estabrook's parents community resource according to. es. eraltoD of Musicians. avenue has just returned alter Mr. and Mrs. lL E. Templeton Herbert W. Gruber, district man- At the present time, social spendlug a week at the Presby-on Cape Cod, Mass. ager of the Chester oUice of the security benefits are being paid al At the sIltth concert, last oJsbt, tertan Cberch Camp onPeDDington Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fowler, Soclal Security Administration. a rate of over 39 mUllon dollars J. Wharton Gootee, orpn1.r.er of Islalld, above New Hope. Others tormerly of 501 Drew ave. nue, More than $a, 269,000 Is pald a year Inpelaware County. the band some 30 years ago, was attending the Camp were John bel h the tbe conductor • Mr. Gootee Is have moved to Newtown Square. monthly In SOCial securltybeneflls The table ow sows num- Grooters, Debby KIrk, Katby Wll-Mr, and Mrs. George A. Hay In 'Delaware County.Tbls Is an ber and amount 0 f each t ype of American Federation of Music son, Carol SUzl. and Nora Serot-and famlly held a reunfon follow- Increase of about 12% over last benefit being paid In Delaware representative In the National kin. Mrs. Heald's two small chlld- Ing the marrlage of their daughter yea,r 's figures. Wblle'the benefits Co unty, as f be 31 1 I Ottlce of the Music Performance 0 Decem r ,96, ren visitedthelrgrandmotberMrs. Jane to Mr. Douglas Price on are Intended primarily for the t he date of the Ia t es t a valla ble Trust Funds. Mark Heald In Princeton, N. J., Saturday. Members of the famUy beneficiaries' economic security, tabulation: News Not"'" during her absence. coming on for the wedding were they help business In the com- "'~ - -- -- - - . --~ their daughter Mrs. Allen Enders Group Mr. Raymond HOOd and children Of H st T dda ht Nu",ber of Totol of P,at, Jim, Paul and Raymond and In-laowu Monr,. aenxd.i 8M0nrasn. Geourgg e elA"... Beneficiar-y • Beneficiaries P oyments hls niece Jean Gosline, all of Hay, Jr., and three cblldren from Retired'Worker 23,096 1,9.76,967 Dickinson avenue, will leave on PorUand, Ore.; and their son-In- Wife or Husband 6,197 ;191,128 Monday to spend a week at Split law and daughter M .... and Mrs. Widow or Widower 6,789 482,229 Rock In the Poconos. Russell Ferrell and two boystrom Mothers 1,282 88,349 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Jones Cambridge, Mass. Children 4,493 272,877 moved·Tuesday from 407 North Di bl d Swarthmore avenue to the Grey- ESTATE NOTICE sa e Workers & Dependents 1,924 149,641 lock Apartments, Apartment 401. Estate of EDNA POWNALL Parents 101 7,974 Dr. Arthur Jones has moved to BUFFINGTON, Dp.ceased. (L~te '---~-------------- Apartment 409. oDfe latwhea re BCooruonutgyh, Poaf. ) Swarthmore, FI'nal Ba n d Co ncer t March O"u r GI orI o us Land " Mr. and Mrs. PhUlp E. Coleman LETTERS T es ta men t SlY on '•b e Set For Thursday. (OllvadoU); Selection "Flnfandla" f DI 0 cklnson avenue spent a week above .Estate had been granted to (Slbelelus); Descriptive "Tap tl I In th blt Albert L. Buffington, now dece -••-- The final concerl Of th 1962 Roots."(Sklnner) ;SelecUon"Battle vt aIcna oNn nglL deiNW eH Ma obuon - ed. All persons having claims or ,. I ,vid e Hymn oflhe Republlc"(Wllouskey); a s, • ,an n ew r r, demands against tbe Estate of season a Glen Pro ence Park, ,Me. E dn a Pownall Buffington are here- (west end of State street near Excerpts" My Falr Lady" (Loewe),' Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Lincoln by requested to make known the Baltimore pike, Media), will be March "National Spirit" (Hum- d d ht J d f 11 t rd same, and all persons Indebted to h Id Th da t mel); Intermission; March "High an aug er u y 0 aver 0 the Estate of Edna Pownall Buf•' . the dIo n tl urs y, a 8 p.m. under School Cadet" (Sousa); Waltz avenue are spending three weeks Ington are requested to make pa.y. e rec on of Thomas G. Leeson, ment,wlthout d~Ia.y, to Claude C. Sr. "BlUe Danube" (Strauss); Concert Smith, SUcceading EJecutor, 1617 The vocal soloist of the evening March "Triumphal March" (Roz- Land Title Building, PhUadelphia sa); Descriptive "Victory at Sea" 10, Pa. Or to his Attorneys: Fluane, wtll be Mrs. Marjorie Zacharlas, Morris & Heckscher, 1617 Land who wlll sing "Can-Can" and (Rodgers); Rellgloso "God of Our Title Building, Pblladelphla 10, "The Sound of Muslc",lnresponse Fathers" (Lavalle); Excer-pts Pa. 3T-8-11 to requests received from the "West Side Stery" (Bernstein); ESTATE NOTICE audiences. 'March "The stars and stripes Estate of ALBERT L. BUFF- Master Of Ceremonies Robert Forever" (Sousa); National An- INGTON deceased • ..(Late of tbe them. Borough of Swartbmore, Delaware B. Keel will announce the follow- County, Pa.) Ing program: Tbls program Is made up en-, LE'l"I'ERB Testamentary On the t1rely of request numbers CLASSIFIED ADS PERSONAL WANTED above Estate have been granted to the undersigned, who request all persons, having claims or demands agalnst the Estate of tbe decedent to make known Ibe same, and all persons Indebted to the decedent to make payment. without dela.y, to Claude C. SmIth, Executor, 1611 PERSONAL - Two rellable teen- WANTED-J;'ractlcal nurse desires Land Title B'Jlldln~, PhUadelphia age sisters available for baby position. Hospital experience, 10, Pa. Or to his Attorneys: Duane, sltUng, one In Junior high, one Swarthmore referencee. Call TRe­Morris & Heckscher, IIl17 Land In Senior high. Both had ex- mont 4-3226. Title Building, Philadelphia 10, perlence In child care since sixth Pa. 3T-8-17 grade. Klngswood 4-4795. WANTED - Day's or we,ek's work; ••••••••••••••••• f ------------------------ cooking, cleaning, ironing. etc. DO YOU WANT TO SELL PERSONAL - Carpentry lobbing, Experienced. References. TRe-recreation rooms, book cases, mont 4-1273 •. YOUR HOME? porches.L. J. Donnelly, KIngs-wood 4-3781. WANTED -, Licensed Practical We have several customers Nurse desires da.y or night work. who want Swarthmore & area. PERSONAL-Plano tuning spe~Jal- Ten years, hospital experience. 1st, minor repairing. Qualified TRemont 6-1505. LI'sf Wl'th US' member Plano Technicians' GuUd. 1-...:..:.;....:. ......... --....:......:---------:---- • ten years. Leaman. KIngswood WANTED - To rent unfUrnished Alice Thorbahn, Saleswoman 3-5755. epartment for College Professor _ KI 3-8796 •• and wlfkel ' t Lhlvlng drobomt'h twhy0 bed- PERSONAL - Custom-made slip rooms, c en an a. Sep-for covers. Pin fitted In your home. tember. Klngswood 3-6111. R I h R rt R It You supplY material. I make them. • o p upe, eo or Work guaranteed, prompt service. WANTED - To buy used couch. _ KI 3-9400 - CLearbrook 9-6311, Call Klng3wood 3-3070 or ••••••••• e ••••• e • , Klngswood 3-1147. AIR CONOfTfONERS AMANA CARRIER' CHRYSLER GENERAL ELECTRIC $159.95 up FACTORY AUTHORIZED Sales and Service Paper Bogs for All Cleaners Raymond J. Dawson 210 West State St •• Media Open Evenings 7:30 - 9 P.M. (Except Wed. & Sat. eveninlls) PERSONAL - Gilbert's steam Wall I-......: ......... --......... --....:..;....:.----------~ scraping, remove paint over WANTED - Young lady desires peper. Interior painting. George day's work Wednesday, Thursday Gilbert. TRemont 4-7082. and Friday. Neat, reliable, Please call TRemont 6-3015. WANTED - Young lady good PERSON AL - Roofing, spouting, gutters. Recreation rooms a specialty. Ray J. Foster. GLobe 9-2713. ' knowledge of German and French, good typing ability desires part­time office work. Call KIngswood PERSONAL - Bicycles repaired; 3-5085. _ parts, accessories. Milt Glass - 1.;:.....:..:.:..:::....------------------ Bicycle, Hobby. Toy Shop. 206-"7 LOSl' ANi) FOUND East Baltimore Avenue. Clifton 1-------------------------­Helghts. MAdison'6-0713.0pposlte LOST - Dark framed glasses with Cltnon Theater. clipon sunglasses. Lacrosse game Thursday. Reward, Skip PERSONAL - THOM SEREMBA. Bernard, KIngswood 3-2765. ' Upholstered fUrniture renovated reasonable 35 years exPerience. LOST - Four months old gray Chair bottoms repaired, $8. up; long-halred kitten, July 30, Upholstery and slip covers In your Park and Harvard Avenues. Child's fabric or from our samples. 11 years pet. Klngswood 3-8718. of Swarthmore references. Free 1:....::.....:=.:.:..----..:..----.:....------.:... estimates. LUdlow 6-7592. FOR SALE EXPERT PIANO TUNING and REPAIRING 47 Years of Experience with , All Make. A.L, PARKER LOwell 6-3555 Piolur. Framing ROGER RUSSELL , Photographic Supplies BTATE a MONROE BTl!. MEDlA lOwell 6-2176 OPEN PRIDAY EVENINGB I<Hll"DHPtll~ S FIN(Sf "E OLIVER H. BAf R GO fUNfR:.t DIRECTORS 'ISla CIH~HIIH sr. LO 3-15'81 Repalred Ph. KI 3-4216 EMIL SPIES WATCHMAKER Formerly of F .C. Bode and Sons Fine Watch and 128 Yale Ave. lock Repairs Swarthmore, Pa. K1ngswood 3-1448 WILLIAM BROOKS Ashes and Rubbish Removed Lawns Mowed. General Hauling Harding Ave. Morton, Pa. Mary Ellen Beddow t. FLORIST ~& ',...'7 South Chester Roa~ , 1(1 3-8093 . 'I I~ : • FOUND - Black male kitten vi­cinity Park and Michigan Ave-nues. KIngswood 3-7509. Convalescent Home FOR SALE - Kenmore Washing FOUND - Sunglasses, probably 250 maChine, good condition, $80 especiallY made. Call for at 7 Chestnut St .. Chester Call LOwell 6-4687. Swarthmorean office. TRemont 2-5373 FOR SALE - Double spool bed, FOR 24-Hour Nursing Care complete, very good condition, Aged, Senile, Chronic $35. LEhigh 4-8696. FOR RENT - Apartment. Four Convalescent. Men and Women FOR SALE - Ladles golf shoes dence, private entrance. Call Klngs- Excellent Food Grounds size 5~B, Foot Joy's. Like wood 3-4857 after 6 P.M. mue Cross new, $6. KIngswood 3-4949. SADIE PIPPIN FOR RENT - Room and bath In FOR SALE - Custom made bird Media. Pleasant location, close FUEL OIL OIL BURNER SERVICE Edw .. G. Chipmu udS. General ContlClctoT BUILDERS 'Slnce 1 'ree 'stlmates 1401 Ridley Avenue Chester, Po. TRemont 2-4759 TRemont 2·5689 THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU SUNOAY-B:45 a.m. WFIL, 560 kc Jack Prichard PAINTING INTERIOR & EXTERIOR Free Estimates Klngswood 3-8761 '.if e.~~ I!o (!< ~ ~ e< ~i e<!:!t< $!~ ~!;:~ """~O~~E 'flTAtmu""ii- SPECIAL PRICE ON EXTERIOR ED AINIS 800 Fairview Road ~Swarthmore KI 4-3898 _111-111311-" ~ xa~~~ uminum Siding Porch Enclosures Enameled white storm windows, Insulation and Roofing .4.0 YGMt' 11_ , .....,... .. .."' m."'. . _u "",.' o.e .... .• .. PENNA ROOFING & SmINGCo. Morte ... lOa. 10· a·9a .. CUSTOM KITCHENS by H.D. Church 3 PARK AVE., SWARTtWDRE KI ELNWOOD Convalescent Home BalUmore Pike & Lincoln Ave. Swarthmore Establiehed 1932 ~U:'~" Restful Surroundings With Excellent 24-Hour Nursing Care Klngswood 3-0272 rooms and bath, private resi- ~~ii~~i~5~~~~~ houses, bird baths and bird to transportation. LOwell 6-0775. feeders made to last for years and ' ROOFIIIG to please the most discriminating FOR RENT - Six room and bath ~ , birds. The S. Crothers, Jrs., 435 apartment, screened porch, gar- ,: PATTON ROOFING:, SPOUTNG BUDGET PLAN COAL VAN ALEN BROTHERS, INC. KI 1-4742 ~ LE 2-2440 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford. age, uUlities. NewlY decorated, LOwell 6-4551. adulls, $180. month. Box S, The , , ----.------1 Swarthmorean. ,,' COMPANY',' FOR SALE - Kodak Movie Camera 1 :..=.:;;;;:.:..:.---------- 18mm, Mag. FI 9. Victorian f : chair recently refinished and up- , established 187.'" , holstered, $30., Zenith Trans _ ~ , Oceanic radiO, battery set. Kings- • GUTTERS SIDING Free Estimates •• I , I. :," wood 4-5911. • FO~ SALE - Antiques, hoU8Dt and sold. Chairs recaned and re­rusbed. Bullard, KIngswood 3-2185. All Un .. oIlnsuTfIIICe Kingl'WDOei 3-1133 ,•• , MONTHl Y FINANCING ARRANGED ; : Swarthmore. PQ. ~, •. ~ ....... ; . J KI 4-0221 S • " ",. AlllIIst la, 1982' TH'E'S"" AR THMORE AN , , Pale '1 YI~lons. Your SOcial Setumy Q. When I signed up rnr social 14% It 1'011 take, your" benefits receive a' statement of' your from two uah at Camp NII<­at age 6:3, You should discuss pe,rsonal social 'security Be' O-Mabs" UnIontOWD. the m.t~e-r with your social count. The statement will sbow Mrs. John F. Spencer, with 'security oI"flce." the amount of self"';employment daughter PenY of Yale ave .... , ~. I opEr ate a smallsho*re- income (l!our business profit) on recently epent two weeks In pair shop Ilnd have been paying which YOUf tax was based upon. Wallingford, yt., with her mother­what seoems to be '" sizeable Your benefit rate will be based In-law Mrs. R. Chesler Spencer. Following Is 'one of a series oG security belief Us .\ast year; 1 frequently n3~.d questions and remember that something was answers on Socl~ Security. Th~ said about filing a report at the series was pr.pared by Herbert W. end' of the year. Could you ex­Gruber, District Manager of the Chester Office. ,For fUrther Informa- pl~n to me again what kind of tion regardlnl th~8e or any other report is reqdlred? ' questions you Dlay, have. contact A. II you earned over '1200 the SOcial Becurll.T Office, 305 last year, you are required to FldelltyoChester Building, Chester, Pa. _ telephone TRemont 4-5264. file a report of your earnings -i. Does a person still 'have to with the Social Security Ad; Ilay social security after he ministration on or before April starts drawing the benefits? 150! this year. Fallu're to do so In other words, If you work part may result In an addltionalloss time after you .retlre, do they of benefits. But, remember, If have a right to take social ,your earnings did not exceed security out oC your pay? Sev- $1200, or if you were over age eral of us disagree on tl!ls. 72 during the entire year, 'no A. The law provides that any- report Is necessary. ' one wqrklng in covered employ- Q. What shOUld loring with me ment - full or part time - must when I go to make application pay the social' security tax. for social security benefits? This applies regardless of age A. If you are going to epply for or of the fact that· YOU may retirement benefits you should already be getting social secur- bring your SOCial security card i ty benefits. or number; something to prove ol. I will be 72 in June. Can your age; a copy of your 1961 I make all the money I want withholding tax statement (Form this year and still receive all W-2) if you worked for wages in oC my social security checks? 1961; or a copy oC your income A. Beginning In June, tbe ~tax return, including Schedule C month you reach 72,' you will or Schedule F, If you were self­not have any checks withheld employed In 1961. regardless of how much you Q. I am receiving old-age bene­make each year. If, however, fits. IC I move to Florida, should you earn more than $1200 during 1 notify you or the post oCfice? the calendar year, you could A. If you move, you should im­lose one or more of the checks mediately report your new ad­due before June. You should dress to both the post office and discuss this with the Social the Social Security Office. , Security office. Q: I am planning a program for Q. If I work at a departmeni family protection. Based on max­store Cor only a Cew weeks Imum earnings how much would during the Easter or Christmas my wife, and children aged 2 and season, must I get a social 5 receive In case of my death? security card and must social A. Baseq. on earnings of $4800 security taxes be paid on my a year your widow and cbtldren wages? would receive $254 a month until A. Yes. EveryoM working in a the older child reaches 18 and business must have a social then about$175 until the younger security number and pay soclat' one reaches 18. Of course, if security taxes no matter how the widow remarries. her monthly short a time be works. benefit would stop but benefits' Q. Does a 'man of 69 have to to the children will continue.' quit 'work. entirely to collect A helpful booklet No. 35 may be social security blmefits? obtatned Crom, the Social Secur­A. No. You can earn up to ity Office upon request. amount I .. t", social security ever 'on your creditable profits The rest..,f the family jOined them since 19:;11.. How do I know that not on your taxes. for the final weekend. 1 am act ually getting credit lor ' Lt. Col. and Mrs, Robert J. the taxeslliave paid? NotesNews F~st\ of College avenue have as A. II 11>U will obtain from your their guest Mrs. Frost's father social se<::urlty office iI copy John McWilliams 01 Guernsey Mr. W. J. Wasblngton of Chey-of post card Form 1004; com- road and Rick Martin of strath enne, Wyo., who arrived on Tues­plete 8ul mall it, .t!!'l!l you will Haven avenue returned SUnday dey. "SUPER·RIGHT" QUALITY SIRLOIN OR POIlTERHOUSE OR p*rnRHOUSE ROASTS III. c llllMMED TO EXACTING AlP STANDARDS NONE PRICED HIGHER .RESH CUT-UP, FRYING OR BROILING CHICKEN PARTS LEGS BREASTS ~43C 1~53C WINGS Smoked Picnics SLICED lb. 31c Whole lb. SCALLOPS 5b~~$2.39 JUMBO a-SIZE NONE PRICED HIGHER HONEYDEWS Ib·49C 5ElEDLESS NONE PRICED HIGHER GRAPES each 17C 8 6-oz. $1 cans , $1200 and receive all your Q. When I t~tire next month, I'll benefits for the year. If you earn need to get my sobial security over $1200, some of your bene- check started as quickly as pos­fits will be withheld durillg the sible since ail my income will year. The social security office be cut off. ' Wlien should I come, in Chester will be glad to give in to apply for benefits? . , ORANGE JUICE Fr~~:n FRUIT PIES CHE:::~E~t~~IM~u\~AID each 25C you a freepamphlet, "Questions A. You should see your social and Answers About Social.' security office immediately and Security Payments." apply. You don't have to walt Q. I understand that there is a until you actually retire to apply deadline on filing Cor social for benefits. As a matter of fact,' security disabilitY protection people are, encouraged to apply for those with long-standing a month or two before they retire. disabilities. When is this dead-Q. I am 63 years old and have line? been out of work for the past A. The 1961 amendmenls gIve six months. How much less do I a worker with long-standing get if I take my social security disabilities until June 3D, 1962, benefits now? to apply for benefits under the 'A. Your SOCial security Hellefit social security disability pro- rate will be . reduced by about How to discourage burglars, when away Prepared ts a Public Service by the Burglary Prevention Week" Advisory Committee. 11 S. MOllan St., Chicago 7, Illinois. CONNECT TIMER TO LAMP A darkened house, or a light that burns all night, attracts burglars. Use aulomalie timer to turn lighh ON and OFf each eve· ning. This makes house look IIved·in and Is a good proleen"e measure. CANCEL AIL DELlIVERJEI A littered pon:h and lawn mean, you're awlY. Ananle to have mail held Ind all deliveries suspended durin, your absence. Ask a neilhbor to sweep your sidewalk and mow your lawn, too. LOCK ALL DOORS AIID WINDOWS Stcure'r..1ock .U doors IRd windoul. Use IIflt, tdlts on doors .nd window., too. Don't man I burt1ar', Job IUY! LEAVE BLINDS PARlr.tALIL,Y Tightly drawn blinds may keep the sun oul, but also betllY yo ... r "absence," Leave curtains and blinds as )'ou normally woul!!, when home. NOTiFY POLICE Tell one nei&hbor and local police of the dates you'll be away. They can keep ant eye on thin,s durlnl your absence. CLOSE GARAGE DOORS Keep .,rll' dWI closed. An empty I'­rite with the doors open, indicates no one 'II hom •. It's. ,GOd Idea to keep' Clrden tools ,nd ladd.,1 loek.d up. too. otherwise • prowl.r may us. th,m to .tt into your hom.. -' , • 10NA CREAM COR GOLDEN ARVEL BREAD 10C l·lb. 15C loaf can 17-011:. BISCUITS , PILUIUIY OIUu.AlD HEAT'N EAT 3 kz. 29C pkgs. FRUIT co*ckTAIL , I SULTANA.IAND 3 big B9C ALSO 10NA IUnoT cans 'PEAlS AReAL JANE PARKER POTATO OHIPS TOILET TISSUES AJAX p_U:p_L~S_E ..=.C.=LjEANER l-_s::;::!.:..E--I11~~ 4901 !-......;;.;,.....-'-: SAVE 10c gilnt 1C boHI, DELMONTE PRUNE JUIOE FAa DETERGENT 2 b:~: 79c I SAVE 7c I giant 720 box YUKON CLUB AJAX CLEANSER BEVERAGES I SAVE 2c I '2 14-0z. 270 2 29-oz. 25e plus ' PER CAN _ cans boHles deposit VEL DETERGENT sr~1 .~t .90 VEL Di~E::n ~L 120 :::.~ 120 LANG'S DILL ~J,.,;;;;i-'~~ 1':" PICKLES DYNAMO D:::::NT - u- I_HO 01 ~H , quart 290 FLORIENT AIR FRESHUER jlr SOAKY BUlB' E BATH SAVI 5_ •• 860 100 ..... lo..L .90 phnok Ito .... ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE THIOUGH SATURDAY, AUGUST nTH, 1962 iPdnifield Shopping Center • 601 Baltimore Pike I

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'COMPETITOR' ON MAIDEN VOYAGE Supertanker Launched By Borough Residenl . Q. Altbough I'm pas! 85, I'm stlll active In my hardware store. I made a very small profit last year ($1,100). Tbls year won'! be any'better. Would,I be ellgible for any socllu, security retlr.,ment cbecks? A. Yes, aU 12 for tbe year, as a ma~ter of fact. Any year in wblcb you don't ciear over The 48,ooO-ton supertanker $1,200 from your bUSiness yOU "AtlanUc Competitor" • newest are considered to be "retlred." addition to the tanker neet of The This is true even tbough YOU AtlanUc Refinlng Company _ ar- m8.Y be putting in 10 hours a rived In Phlladelphla Mondaynlght day, 6 d8.YS a week aI the store. on her malden voyage. I Q. I am a retired school teacher The vessel was launched loBeI- age 67. I do substitute work. gtum last.,..February 19 by Mrs. when they call, me. I try to hold Corben C; Shute of Maple avenue. my earnings to $100 a month, Mrs. Shute/~,the wife of C~ but some months I have a chance Shute, retl.!:id, Navy captain and to make more money. If I make superlntendiiiFof Operation, was OVer $100 in some montbs. but gtven the honor of christening this limit my earnings to $1200 lates! addlUon to Atlantic's during school months, wili I' chartered neeL lose my checks? The 743-foot-Iong supertanker A. If you Umit your earnings to carried a cargo of 338,000 bar- $1200 a calendar year (not rels of crude 011 (ecjulvalent to school year) yOU will receive 14 mIDlon gallons) from Puerto all of your checks even if yOU la Cruz, Venezuela. The Uquld make over $100 in some months. r.argo, eJpressed in gallons of Q. One of my neighbors, age gasoUne, would all the tanks of 68, telle me that my benefits nearly one mllUon automobiles, will be figured on my high two If the cargo were fuel 011, It years. Another neighbor, age would beat 14,000 average size 65, telle me the blgh five yeats Philadelphla homes for one year. are used. I'm now 64,' and The ship docked at the Fort wonder who is right? Mifflin Marine Terminal and Im- A. Actually both your neighbors mediately began unloading her car- ·are citing their own cases go Into plpeUnes leading to the correctly to you. Your benefits company's PbIladelphla Refinery : are determined by two factors: at Point Breeze. I The year you attain age 65 The "AIlanUc Competitor" has (62 for women) and the amounts a ,breadth of 1!)5 feet and Is atr of your earnings. You will reach cooled throughouL 'Her normal 65 10 1962, s a your monthly cruising """"d, with cargo, Is 17 benefi~ will be based on your knots. She sailed from Venezuela 6 years of highest earnings from on August 1. 1950 through 1962. For more The vessel le a sister ship of Information ask your secial the "AUantlc Challenger" which security office for Leaflet 855. docked here on her mald:n,voyage Q. Is a worker's !lisabllity on March 9. benefit reduced 20 percent the Your Social Security same as the old-age benefit is reduced at age 02? A. No, the dIsability benefit is not redUced - It le the same FOllowIng ,Is one of a series oe as if the person were 65. f\equently asked questions and, I answers on Social Secnrily. The, Q. I am a waitress In a res· I series was prePllleli by Herbert W 'I· Lurant. My employer withholds prober. Dletrict Menager of ,ne social security tax on the value ' Chester Office. For further Informa·' of the meals I am furnished. Is I tlon regarding these or any other ' questions you mll.Y have, contact' thle correct? the Social Security Omee, 305 A. Your employer Is correct. l"1delllyoChester Building. Chester,' Even trough you do not pay Pa. - telephone TRenl2nt 40-5264. Income tax on the value of your I Q. Although I filed a social m eale when they are furnished securIty claim In 1961, I con- for the convenience of your tinued working the entire year employer wages in kind count and earned $6~50. Since I reo for soCI~l security purposes. bred the first of this year, I Your employer must withhold now want to begin receiving my social security tax on the value benefits. Will It be pos sible for of your meals the same as he me to have my benefits in- does from your cash wages. creased because of my high earnings last year? A. Yes. You should see your social security office. If yOU worked as an employee, bring your W-2 form for 1961; If you were seif-~mployed, bring in a\ copy cf your income tax return as well as proof tha~ you paid your self-employment tax. ~. My hus band became totally disabled 3 months ago. When h~ applied for payments last week the man he talked to said It will be 3 or 4 months before the first check would come. Is this right? A. One of the requirements for social security disability pay­ments is that you must be disabled for 6 months. Tht! first check that can be paid Is for the 7th month, ~, At one time the nonprofit organization I work for flied a certificate waiving its exemp­tion; however. not enough em­ployees wished to be covered. Has this requlrem'ent been changed? A. y"s, The recent amendments (0 the social security law elim­inated the requirement that at least "two-thirds of the employ­ees must concur before the organization can properly file a waiver certiflcate. Q. If I qualify for social se­curity disablllty benefits, will there be anything p8.Yable to my 2 minor children and my wife? A. When a worker receives social security disability bene­fits. ·the law provides for pay­ments to certain dependents Including children under 18 and a wife of any age If she 1$ caring for a child who is getting' payments on the woriler's social ,;ecurlty account. Q. I am a 62 year old house.' wife. 1 worked, in industry for several years during World War II. Would I be eligible for old ~e benefits? A. Maybe. Mary women in a almllar situation are. To find out. send your name. date of birth and social security number to the Social Security Ofll.ce so your tecord can be checked. Q. How long must .a person work to, qualify for monthly I retirement benefits? A. The amount of earnings credit needed Is different for men than for women. Ask the social security office for a copy of booklet No. 35 which con­' talns the answer for all ages. Q. I am over 65 and' am stili working steWllly. WhY can't I start drawing my social security benefits? A. SocIal security was designed to be a replacement of lost earnings due to old-llge, death, or disablllty. Since you are still working, you have not suffered a loss of earnings ev')n though yoU are past retiremenl age. Q. I'm 63. I make $4;800 a year as a teacher. SInce I'm paid on a12-month basle,'1 get a salary check even during the 3 sum­mer months, when I'm not teaching. My husband says I can collect social securIty for these months. Is that t~ue? A. Yes. You can, get Rocia) security retirement p8.Yments tor any month you don't earn $100. The salary you'recelve in the summer vacation months 1 was actua)1y earned during the 1 school term. . THE 'S. WAR,THI, IOREAN ' , Q. If a maD appUea tor: olll-lWe benefits' after aie 82, but beforei he 'reaches 65, VI ill tbe reduced benefIt remain the same for life. or does he get his'fuU benefit at age 65? A. If he does not return to work the amount would remliin: the same tor the. rest ot hls life. However. If be should return to work and lose part of his month· I Iy benefits because of his work, his benefit would be! automat· Ically raised fa a blgher amount when he reaches age 65. Q. My wife has a regular full. time job in my real estale office. ; She thinks I. should report her i earnIngs for social security' purposes - is sbe rigbt? A. 'No. Wives working for hus· bands or husbands working for wives are not covered. Q. I know I can earn as mucb as $1,200 and get socIal se· curity. Recently. thougb, a friend told me that even if I earn over $1,2011,. I may stili get some of my benefits. Ie this correct? A. Your friend Is right. If you earn over $1,200, you probably can ,still get some checks. With earnings above this amount, yo~ .total benefits for the year 'WOUld be reduced by $1 for each, $2 earned between $1,200 and $1,700. For every $1 earned over $1,700, benefits would be reduced $1. Any month in which, you do not earn $100 or perform substantial services in self­employment, you can receive a benefit check no matter ,how much you earn during tht year. "I Saw It In The Swarthn!orean" here's what our AUlUSt 10, 1962 REGISTRATION SCHEDULE PRIOR TO GENERAL ELECTION. NOVEMBER 6, 1962 , . s.,te.r7th ,Last day an alector mil,}' remove from one ele.cUon district to another in order to be permitted to YOte In tbe new elec· tion district aI the General Ele~Uon. Persons moving litter tbls date mil,}' vote in old election district' If 'otherwlse q'ualifled. September 17th Last day aU electors m8.Y register to vote at the General Election. This Includes electors who wUl become of age on or before November 7th. 1962. September 17th Last d8.Y for an elector who has removed into a new elec­tion district to give notice to the Registration CommiSSion In order to be permitted to vote in the new election district at tbe General Election. The removal ca;d must set forth a removal, date into tbe new election district whicb cannot be later than September 7th. COURT HOUSE HOURS Regular business hours up to and including Monday, Sep­tember 17th. Mond8.Y through Frld8.Y - 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Together wltb such addltlo'nal hours as deSignated below: September 7th September 8th September 14tb September 15th Frld8.Y Saturd8.Y Frid8.Y Saturd8.Y 9:'00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. HOURS FOR ROVING REGISTARS - 2 P.M. TO 9 P.M. Date of Borough, Town Location Registration or 'fown.shlp AUllust 31 Rutledge Borough Fire Hou.e September 11 Nether Providence Twp. Nether Pravlclence September 11 Nether Provldence,Twp. High School Nether Providence Elementary School Moore Road September 17 Swarthmore Borough Borough Ha II, Park & Dartmouth \ 1. PUNNED INSUIWICE PIOnmON 10 m YOUR •• 1 Our per ..... ny tnmed CipCiiIl review with you.u. yaur 1ww1D0I .11 b ••• far fuaIly, home and buIInea ••• ad 1Mn.164 _ .. mend • CIII'IIfaIIy p1tmwl P .... bued on your individual nqub+ , .. thfI...., ,.,. pt _mn.mlllCUrity .. !pat IMrrl"_" .... I· ....... 2. PROMPT, mlCIENT HELP IN mNT OF ACODENT OR LOSS, ~ lorfcI-t or loa endangers your Anlndl) HCUrity we make it our '~III aaIat you ~ 1D 8V«'J _'I pomlb1e ••• ngudI_ 01 the time or day or alght the eaiergency 0CWl" Reatemh-. ClUJ' rep1rtatlolllD tb1I CIIIIUI1unity depend. on the _y .e -- GUr ea .... ' yo. _'I be ..... 11_ JOIl w.a. PETER E. TOLD All Un. of l_rB. 333 Dartmouth Avenue Swarthmore, Pe. , ' , , Svrnrthmore College- LibJ'El.r~ Svmrthmore l'E' • THE SWARTHMOREAN' _V~_O_L_~U_M_~E_34_--...-.:.:-N=UM:-:.:;-B::;E-:.:.R:.-.:3~,3:.:....-,,.,---_--_-_--_-_--_-_--S ::W-:.:A-::.R~:.:T:~..:HM~OR~ E~, P~A~., ~F ~RI ~DA~Y~, A~U~GU-S-T -17-, 1-96-2 --------------------$4-.0-0 -PE-R- -YE-A-R 'TRAVELING SCOUTS BIBLE SCHOOL WATER CIRCUS AT ST-O-R-Y-H-OU-R-S-ET-M-AR-IE-=-G~. =-DU"::"::L=-IN":'=G= RETURN HOME C~~YS!:~k::~~o~nYofthe POOL TONIGHT FOR AUGUST 22 SERVICE MONDAY TROOP, 331 ARRIVES Dally Vacation Bible SchOOl held The fl naI story lime of the sum-for the past two w.eks at the Pres- RELAY CARNIVAL mer will be held Wednesday morn- Princeton Ave. Resident M'ON. FROM EUROPE liyterlan ChurchonHarvardavenue. lng, August 22, at 9:30 In the IIbrar- An average of 54 pupils attended the NEXT WEEK Lib ian Was U-Iive Of Chester school which was under the fuec. y. rar Mary Ann Hunsicker ", na Edltor's Note:- Swarthmore'3 traveUngGlrl Scouts. Troop 331, returned from th,elr six-week trip to Europe Mon­day night. sunburnt, happy and , beaming from ear to ear. Tbeyhad, The Swarthmorean has on excellent authority. ·"a ball." Parents of the girls rose early Monday morning for a 6:30 depart­ure for New York to meetlbelroff. spring, only to learn that the plane WOuld be delayed. Meantime, and subsequently, the girls waited for six bours at an aIr­force base near Reykjavik, Iceland" while engtne troubles were repair­ed. The reunion finally took place at 3 p. m. In the 37th Streett Air Terminal, New York City. The terminal was also the setting for the awarding of engraved med­als, complete with colored ribbons, presehted bytbe gtrls' parents. Re­ceiving the medals with green and white rlbhons were Lead~rs Mrs. L.C. Gatewood and Mrs. J.B. MU­lard Tyson. Their husbands, who had kept the home fires burning. received engraved medals adorned with red, white and blue ribbons. The third ieadtir, Barbara Hall, had left the, group with Kathy Hoff. man In Luxembourg. Ia all, three leaders and 15 gtrls madetbetrlp. Printed below are the last two re­ports from the girls' official reo porter Sandy Thompson. The Aug. ust 3 report was delayed (and the only one that was, let It 'be noted); because of problems with money changing, and the search forapost Office for the proper stamp. Both the August 3rdand loth reports ar· rived, by hand, at The Swarth­morean Office on Tuesday. They are given forthwith: Stockholm August 3, 1962 "stockholm Is a beautiful city, and we greatly enjoyed our stay there. For our arstlhree nights we stayed at anoiher nIce hostel on the city's edge" this differing from pre­vious hostels in that curfew wasn't until 1 a.m. Onourflrslevenlngwe were too tired to take advantage'of It, but the following evening we walked the city until quIte late with an American architect whohadllved there forelght years. He showed us through the old town, and told us stories about many of the buUdlngs and monuments which we might oth. erwlse have missed. He also. ex· plalned many things that had been puzzling us about IlfeinmodernSwe­den. "On Friday evening we went tothe opera at the Drottnlngholm Court Theatre, where the stage sets, cos­tumes, and ushers' uniforms were right out of the 18th Cenlury. The opera was Mozart's "Cossl Fan Tutti," In Italian, and It was very Interesting. Out first two days were spent orienting ourselves to the city and shopping. "On Saturday morning we moved from our hostel to thnAt Chapman, a full-rigged saiUng ship that had been turned into a youth hostel af­ter the IastwarbythecllyofSloek­holm. She Is moored in the harhor at the Navy Yard, very closetothe center of town. Unfortunately, we could only stay therefor two nights. " Fourteen ot us had the opportu­ntty, during our 'stay, to be guests In Swedish homes. In groups of two to five girls, we spent an afternoon with a Swedish famUy. Some went swimming wIlh thetr hosts. others had coffee and talked; All of us learned a lot and bad a very enjoy-able time. ' "Those of us who were not wlih famllJes on Saturday afternoon went '0 8Icansen, which le sornewhatslm- (Continued on Page 8) tlon of Mrs. Robert Lamberson of ' I will be tbe story·teller and has School lane. The 1962 water show of the prepared one of the favorite Greek Funeral services were held Monday morning In Chester for Mrs. Marie G. Duling, wife of, Hilton E. DuUng of 312 North Princeton avenue, who died Thurs· day, August 9, In the University of Pennsylvania Hospllal. General topic this year was the BI- Swarthmore Swim, Club at 6:30 p. myths for the occasion. ble, with the junior department m. today promises to be a real clr· In addition to the stories, Weds-studying the Ufe of Paul, and the ~1=~m:,l~t:, ~~:!:n:;';':::km~~: :~~:~:;:~~;~lllnO!~:rl~:=;~ younger groups studying the Uves of various Bible characters. Over- ders, clowns, and trapeze arUsts. summer reading club. Each club all project for the children was the J",net Taylor of the pool stalf has membe~ making a report Wednes­spent several weeks drIDlng the day mornlng will be granted afree coIlection of,chlrdren's used hooks numbers which culminate the sea- move of five steps. The bonus will for a Phlladelphia church; dona- A native of Chester, Mrs. Duling was educated In the Chester Schools. She moved to Swarthmore 10 years ago. tions from the pupils wlll be used .ori's Instruction In the aft ofwat- be good August 22 only·· but may to purchase new reading material er ballet. )a"ove just whatls needed to spur on for the center city church. Meanwhile swimmers of all ages some road-weary voyageurs. The group held open bouse Weds- are signing up fOr the first annual During the past week,however, at She had been active in the Chester YWCA" the Wallingtord Arts Center, the SwarthmoreGar­den Club and the Women'sAssoc1· atlon of the Swarthmore Presby· nesday for their parents. A worship relay carnival which will be held least tlve readersprovedtheyneed-service for the school was held on Saturday, August 25. Garnet' and ed no outside assistance. Second Thursday. White teams will vie for the tradl. grader Doug Latimer and third In charge of the kindergarten tlonal bucket which In other years grader Ricky Onley each fought terlan Church. ' group was Mrs. Mayo Smith, as. was awarded In Intra-mural comp- fiercebattleswithmulll-hued,ftre-slsted by Mrs. David LeSlie, Mrs. etltlon held simultaneously with the belching dragon which guards the In «ddltlon to her husband, she .Is -SUrvived by a son EnniS, a lOth grade student In Swarthmore High School; and by her fatber William Robertson, ,who makes hla home. with them. Hal' Dolg, Ann Vaurlo. and MImi . annual cup championships. Garnets castle doors but finally emerged McWUUams. Mrs.HenryGayleyled ~::s ;~:vI~':I~. and WhItes four ::~~~:~ ::: ~:~~:~~~~!~:et~:~~ the Primary i;lepartment, assisted Relays wll1lnclude IOO-yard e- rive during the week' were D!>nna by Mrs. Wesley Wagner. Mrs. Ed- The Rev. Robert O. Browne of the Presbyterian Church con­ducted the'servlces. Burial was held In Lawn Croft Cemetery, Boothwyn. ward E. Waterman had charge of vents in freestyle, backstroke and Ross, Greg Scace, and Bobby Bow-the Junior Department. Mrs. Ed- medley (each swimmer dOing 25- er. ward Heller substituted. yards); 200-1ard medley (for 50- Janet Fuoss and Katie Wynkoop yard swimmers); andZ50-yardcre-helped with recreation for all of scendOs In which swimmers do the groups, and Anne Mabbott was varying lengths. Age divisions will accompanist. be 10 and under, II and 12, 13 to 29, P.G. Gilbert Retires From Westinghouse July Dinner Honors 41 Years' Service Percy G. GUbert, Parll avenue has retired from weslnighou;e Electric Corporation after 42 years of continuous service with the company. A retirement party given in his honor at the Bala Golf Club on July, HI, was altended by more than 1000thlsclosestassoc. lates. Several oiflctals from Pllts­burgh came to honor Mr. Gilbert on this occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert are now spending his vacation in Scandinavia. A native Virginian, his farnny lived on the houndary line between Buckingham and Cumberland coun­ties. Mr. Gilbert w"s graduated from MoGutres Prep In Richmond. He attended Randolph Macon Col­lege for two year s and then trans­ferred to Vlrgtnla Polytechnllal inslltute at Blacksburg. He Inter­rupted his training to enlist In the United States Coast ArtUlery in which he served as lieutenant until the end of World War I. lie th .. graduated with a B.S. from V.P.I In electrical engtneerlng In 19ZO and joined Westinghouse Electric Company at East Pittsburgh In He workedln the switchgear sales department until February, 1923, when he wastransferredto the Phll­adelphla office as a switchgear speclaUsL He became Dietrlct En­glnel'rlng Manager on May I, 1953. On April I, 1961, he was rnadearea sales manager. Mr. Gilbert married Virgtnla Wilcox of Pittsburgh In September, 1924.lUstwodaughtersMrs. Thom­as Chew and Mrs. Earl Knox ar~ resldlng'ln Swarthmore. AT MICHIGAN STATE Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Wright Will slay overnlcht at t,he home of M'rs. Wright's parenta Mr. and Mrs. W.R. LecroDonCedarll\neon August 24, enroute to E I\SI Lansing, , Mich., where Mr. Wright will work toward hismaster~edegree at Mich· Igan Slate. He Is being sent by the Scott Paper Company, which em­ploys him In Ita advertlsIngclepart· ment. and 30andover.Exceptfor crescen. do and grand slam, relays will be divided by sex. Rules also provide that a swimmer may take partin an unlimited number of evenls within his age group, and that each team may launch more than one relay. As a forerunner to'the Labor Day events at the pool, theSe""oltsj.v. swim team le planning Its own championships on Thursday; Aug­ust 30. Rain date lor the Water Circus tOnight will be 1 p.m. Saturday. LACROSSE STARS DEFEAT NEW JERSEY The Philadelphia League AII­Slar Lacrosse players avenged an earUer set-back when they defeated the New Jersey ntars 9·8 on the Rutgers Avenue Fleidthlipastsuri­day. Two Swarthmore hoys, Ralph Kletzlen and Skip Bernard, feal­ured in the scoring as they made the opening andflnal goal respectively. The game was well.played and closely contested throughout and proved very entertaining to the 300 spectators present. other local hoys whostood out In this final vic­tory olthe season were Gene Mel­cher, Bob Frost, Bob McHenry, and Bill Rowland. The Swarthmore Tomahawks de­feated the Swarthmore Braves 9-4 In the openIng,game of their double eUmlnatlon championship play-offs last Monday on the local aeld. John Wigton featured in the scoring for the vIctors with ave goals and was well·supported by other members ot the team - Bob Wagstaft, Paul Darlington, Fred Schaeffer, Pete LewiCki, and stu Fisher. Final champtonshlp games wID be played Monday and Tuesday alghts this coming week on the Swarthmore field. --.... _----- ---- HOME FROM ITALY Mr. and Ms. Charles Russell arrived on Monday, August 6, from Italy where Mr. Russell was sta­tioned ,in the UDited stales Army intelligence for three and a half years to visit Mr. Russell's par­ents M,r. and Mrs. Roger Russell of Heverford place. The Russell's daughter (:onnle, a JuDe graduale of Earlharit College, Is taking lUI orlentallon course at Howard Unl­, verSlty. ·l"ashlngton, ,D. C., in preparatlon'10r leaving InSeptem­ber to teach French'in the African Congo. HOME & SCHOOL SLATES MEETING MERGER BILL WILL BE OCTOBER 23rd TOPIC Robert Christy, formerly execu­tlve secretary of Governor Lawrence's Committee on Edu­EARLY RESIDENT DIES IN CONN. Susanna GarreH Sellers Came Here In 1882 cation and one of the authorities Mrs. Susanna Garrett Sellers, responSible for drafting ihe school wife Of the late Philip Sellel's, merger bUl, will speak before tbe died August 8, ... t the Whitney Swarthmore' Home and School As- Manor Convalescent' Hospital, soclatlon at the first fall meeting" Hamden, Conn. on October 23. Mrs. Sellers wll1 be remember- Robert Hayden, vice-president 'ed by many of the older residents of Home and School and co-chalr- as the daughter 01 the late Mr. man of the education committee, and Mrs. Sylvester Garrett who will be in charge of the meeUng came to Swalihmore In 1882 upon and Introduce Mr. Christy who is the completion of the Garrett Fam­now secretary of Long Island UnI- Ily reSidence at 404 Elm avenue. ,verslty. Mr. Christy's talk before WhIle she had been In III health Swarthmore parents wID be on the for several years, Mrs. Sellers school merger bill. did not let that fact Interfere Mrs. S., r... Althouse, co-chalr- wllh her activities. She was taken man of the education committee suddenly ID whlle attending the with Mr. Hay<len, Is working on Friends Cooference at Cape May, ,special assembly programs for the N. J., and was taken tothebospltal school year on hoth a junior and In Connecticut where she died after senior high school level. She has a two·week lliness. announced that Iwo senior as- Mrs. Sellers was educated at sembly progra!)1s will be held be- Friends Select School 1r. Media tween Hallowe'en and ThanksgtvIng and later attended Swarthmore dealing with career guidance. College, Class of 1895. She was Committee members aSSisting a birthright member of the Society with the plannlng are: ' of FrIends having been a member William Welsh, Mrs. John of the Swarthmore Meeting from Pinkston, Mrs. Henry Pelrsol, and the time of Its inception In 1893. Mrs. Boward Jackson. She will be remembered for her Interest in the painting of china SERVICE HRD FOR G.W. GLAESSER. SR. and her Interest in music. Surviving Mrs. Sellers are her daughter, Florence Sellers Baker of New Haven, two grandChildren, and two brothers, Sylvester S • George W. Glaesser, Sr., for- Garrett of Elklns Park and Albert merly of 311 Dartmouth avenue, N. Gartett or Garrett avenue. Passed away Saturday, August 11. Funeral services were Con- He was 91. ducted friday, August 10, in New Mr. Glaesser, came to Swarth_ Haven. She will be Interred beside more in 1895, and worked as her husband in the Garrett FamUy sealor baker at Swarthmore Col- lot in,EasUawn Cemetery. lege. In 1917, he moved his family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brilliant, to the DartmoUth avenue address. , who spent the last week In JulJlvl­~: 4/et1red from the college in 'I slltng Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mc- H • is vi db" Coubrey of Park avenue following Cathea rlne hsui r twve y 'h is wife ,teh l r er utrn '.r om Rome, Italy, on Jr of nari s th a sons George, July ZO, have moved Into their new . 100U avenue and Henry home the formerSeyboldhouse at :n~Orth Wales, and three grand- 40 A:nherst.avenue. Mr. Brlll~t • will teach classical art at the UnI-The service wasbeldWednesday versltyof Pennsylvania He wastn morning 'al 11 at the Patterson Rome for two years o~ a Prix de Funeral Home, Media. Rome fellowshIP to the American :-:--:::-~.,...-!..' - Academy, and prior to that, at Yale Mrs. M Katrina Ives 'of Yale University. The Brilliants have avenue has as her house guest her three da\lib1srs, Stephanie whowUl sister Mrs. Charles R. Prall and be in the secood grade of too ele­her son ChrlcS who have justarrlv- I mentary school, LIvia who lafour, ed by boat from London. and Franca, two.

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• ~~:22~~ _____________ ~ _______________ ~----~~~~S~W~A~R~T!H~M~O~R~E~A~N~~ ____________________ ~-T __________ ~~~~17~~62 Personals Mr •• and Mfs. Allen .,. WillIS or return to ADD Arbor wllere p~ce. Mrs. Davis, tile former carolJII HaverrordpJace were Ihe weekend Mr. MorrISOn Wnl enter hIS last Mrs. J. Arcller Turner, Jr., and Danforth, may be addressed 'al-guests. of Mr. and Mrs. RandOlph year at the Universily of MicblgaD Mrs. Ho"!,,,d S. Turner, aunts ot vinCent Hospital, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Smith Lee at their cottage.t Elk Lakeln Law SchOOl. Mr. Morrison has the bride will entertatnatluncbeon another week. of Prlncelon avenue and lhelr son Ihe Poconos. AI Salurday's SWlm- been asslstlnc Professor Sarnuel at noon before the weddlng al the Donny leave loday 10 spend lwo mlng Regatta, Randy Lee.won the D. Estep In wrlUng a book. "lOler- home 01 Mrs. J. A. TUrner on weeks al lhelr collage at Lake meet's gold Irophy; Bruce won the' natlonal Aspects of AtomiC Energy Cedar lane. Paupac. Their weekend guestswlll gold medal forlhreeflrstslndlvlng, Law," 10 be published next year. Lt. and Mrs. James Fltz Maurice Logan announce the birth of their be Mr. Smith's brolherandslsler- swimming. and rowing. Scoily and Dr. Waller Gelly of Morganwooci In-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles 11. Sleven WUUs won second andtblrd has returned' home tram Ocean , BIRTHS thlrd chlld and second son, on Mon­day. August 13,al Columbus, Ga., Smith and their four chlldren of places In their cbss. Mr. and Mrs. City, N. J. Evanston, Dl. On Thursday, the Lee will return to their Haverford Mrs. Earl Knox 01 Park avenue Smiths wll1 go to New York to place home after Labor Day. and' Mrs. Thomas Chew of Drew meet their son Tommy wbo wUl Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Weltz of avenue drove their parents Mr. and return on Ihe S.S. Oslollord from College avenue wUl have as their Mrs. Percy G, GUbert to the aIr­a six week tour ot Norway wlth gu.3ts their son-In-lawanddaugh- pori on TUesday, July 31, toeDPlane hls aunt Miss Helen G. Mooreol ler Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Sheppard and for atourofScandlnavlasndHolland. Princeton avenue. sons Scoll and Jeff, and Mr. Shep- The Gilberts will relurn bome by Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Davis The baby, wbose name Is Sean ot Towanda, Pa., announce the tCllrtl1s LOgan, Is tbe grandson of birth of their flrst chlld, a daugh- Col. and Mrs, George J. Logan 01 ter, who arrived Tuesday. Augusl Cornell avenue and of Col. and Mrs. 7. In New York City. She weighed Benjamin Curtls of Columbus, Ga. four and a half pounds on her Lt. Loganlsnow slatlonedlnGer- Major John F. Wrl~r.t. U •. ; .... " ""rd's.-ther Mrs. H.A. Sheppard, shlp on september 17. Ms wile and Ihree chlldren, 17. who will arrive Sunday from Jack- 12, and 10, visited Major Wright's sonvllle, Fia. mother Mrs. Wlnthrop R.' Wright Mr. 8nd Mrs. Dayld S.Smlthand 01 Walnut lane over the August chlldren Allan andPanny. and Mrs. 4 weekend. Major Wright has just Allan M. Smlth, all of Yale square, returned from two years' service wlll IB>ve next week to 112 Cornell In Morocco where. he was based avenue. near Marrakech, where the chlld- Mrs. Russell 11. Kent of Dart­ren attended base scho I. He Is mouth avenue will return thls proceeding 10 hls new slallon at weekend from Washington, D. C., EI Paso, Tex. where she visited for several days Mr. and Mrs. ThM, s Chew!l11d with her brother-In-law andstster Ihelr daughter Kathy, ' Drew ave- Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. McKay. nue returned M.>nday ill'!er visiting Mrs. Edwaro Borer and h!!r son Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Durkee In Teddy have moved tram Peters­Watertown, N. "., and Mr. and burg. Va., and are visiting MrG. Mrs. Charles C. drogan, Jr •• of Borer's parents Mr. and Mrs. Forest lane at Eagles Mere. W. N. Ryerson of Elm avenue. Mrs. William A. DeCatndry of Lt. Borer wUI arrive Ihls weekend Rulgers avenue returned onSalur- 10 spend his 30 day leave wlth day after a two-month absence. She the ;Ryersons before returning to visited for one month wlth her son- Fori Lee; V .... for a float week, In-law and daughter Captaln John prior to' hIS release from Ihe ser­Tyler, ULS.M. C. and Mrs. Tyler vice on September 31. and their nine-month-old son Matt Mr. lind Mrs. Walter S. Rumble at Santa Ana, Callf. During lhe of SWsrthmore avenue enjoyed a second month she was the guest week In East Gloucester. Mass •• of her son-In-law and daughter 'recently. . fETE NUPTIAL COUPLE Miss Norma Wilson will enter­taln Sunday at a supper parlyand shower at her home on aarvard avenue for MISS Barbara Heath of Cedar lane and Mr. WlUlam Morrison of Dartmouth avenue whose marriage will" take place Salurday, August 25,lntheSWarlh­more Presbyterian Church. Mrs. J. Albright Jones will give a brldesmald luncheon Friday at her borne on Elm avenue. Tile bridegroom'S parel)ls Mr. and Mrs. Maxey Neal Morrison will give a dlnner Friday evening' following the weddlng rehearsal. In honor of their son and MIss Healh, al the Rolling Green Golf Club. Mr. and Mrs. RlchardWl11Is will entertain wlth a brunch for the bridal party Saturday before the weddlng, al their bome on Dogwood Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Heath 01 Medla wUl give a breakfast Sunday. August 26. for out-of-town mem-, Capt. Raymond E. 'Mal_,or., Army Mrs. J. J. Schoff of the Dart­bers of the famUy. Medical Corps, and Mrs. ,t.' son mouth House left Wednesday by In Denver. Colo. plane for St. Pelersburg. Fla., to Mrs. Franklin GUlesple re- vlsil for a week wllhlter brother HOST BRIDE.l·O.BE turned 10 her horre on llarvard and slsler-ln-Iaw Mr. and Mrs. avenue last week followlng a va- Joseph Forrest. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Eshle­cation In East Aurora, N. 'Ir., Dr. and Mrs. Peter Cohen and man of Lancasler will entertain with Mrs. Lawrence Smith. and al chlldren Holly 3. and Elizabeth, at a rehearsal dinner In honor of lioney Harbour. Georgian Bay. six months, have moved from Miss Martha TUrner, daughter of OntariO, Canada. with Mrs. Thea- Drexel HIll to 128 Ruigersavenue,. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carre TUrner dore Keatlng. the former home of Dr. and MrS. ,of, ~eswlck" Rose Tree. Media, Mr. Wallace McCurdy of Wall- James A. Richards. Jr., WhO have and their' son, : Mr. John G. , moved.to Cornell avenue. Eshleman, IhIS evening, August SIntgrafotfrodr dr etruorantel'd Ftroid ahyls fhoollmowe lnogn Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. H1l1, 17 at The RoiUng Green Golf Club, arrival. many. Mrs. Logan, wllh Ihelr Ihree The lltlle glrlls a granddaughter chlldren will join hlm In ahout two of Dr. and Mrs. WllUam E. months. Danforth, of Darlmouth avenue. ************. ************ MOTOR TUNE-UP with EN,G INE SCOPE GULF GAS & OIL WHEEL ALIGNMENT DYNAMIC WHEEL 'BA-LAHCE U-tiAUL RENTALS . V. E. ATZ. Mgr. RUSSELL'S SERVICE Opposite Borough Parking Lot I ........ '.OUlI Dart_alt. Ind lIf."H. , ...... Clo.ed Saturda, at 12:30 P.M. ' *****-****************** •••••• • •••••• • •••••••• The Bouquet BEAUTY SALON a IJw, 4fMce oJ J4e ! 9 Chester Road Call Swarthmore 6-0476 •••••• • ••••• •• PROMPT ElECTRICALREPAIS 10.1 APPlWICfS STEAM IRONS __ TOASTERS LAMPS CLOCKS / MIXERS FRY PANS . RADIOS 'BROILERS PERCOLATORS • VAOJUM OEANERS • FANS • TEllYISIOII RlPAI.· 111 IIUSIC 101. 11K. 10 Parle Avenue KI3-146O 10-days In Lankenau Hospital Sr •• moved Augusl 1 trom Rldge- Springfield. The bridal parly and where he underwent major surgery wood road. Medla. to 6 College a few other guests Will be present. on August 7. Mr. and Mrs. Mc- avenue, the former Woelfel home. , MIss TUrDer's marriage to Mr. Curdy wUI leave on Monday for a Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pratt Eshleman will take place al 4 week at Avalon. N. J" for afamny of Benjamin West avenue have had o'clock tomorrow afternoon In Ihe reunion wlth their daughters and as their l!,Uest for three weeks Friends Meeting House, WhllllerJ.!:==", their famllles, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pratt's aunt Mrs. Nellle C. Donald M. sutton and four chlldren LJllch. who wUl leave tomorrow of Salem, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. for her home In Detroit. Mich. Keith G. Schnebley. Jr., and two Mr. Thomas Rutherford has re-children of Rosemont. . turned to hIS home on Westdale avenue Thursday 01 last week {ol- Raymond E. Lasslat, stationed with the NavylnJacksonvUle. Fla., lowing a flve week vacation In Is home for three weeks visiting Onlarlo, Canada, visiting In AI­his mother Mrs. Raymond C. L .. s-I berton Country, Olgonquin, and slal on North swarthmore avenue. In Blgwln 0.. the Lake ot Bays. Mrs. Henry L. Pelrsol, with Marjorie Ryerson of Elm avenue her daughter Gloria of Lafayelle returned TUesday night with Mar- avenue, arrived home Tuesdayfol­Jorle Rosby and her parents Dr. lowlng a five-day visit wlth her and Mrs. HarOld B. Roxby of nother Mrs. Alexander M. Dryden avenue after vlsltlng wlth th"mfol' I In Barnegat, N. J. a week at Belgrade Lakes, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Morrtson Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. of Ann Arbor, Mich., are visiting of Yale avenue arrived home tor lwo weeks wlthMr. Morrison's urday nlght from a six week parenis Mr. and Mrs. Maxey N. . of Prince Edward Island. Morrison ot Dartmouth avenue. across the Northumberland Following a week In New England and tbrou«h Nova Scolla, and a week at Pocono Lake, they Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. ot Ogden .. venue are at home spendlng June and July In Ocean City} N. J. Last week they were the overolght guests of Mr. and Mr •• W. Stanley Kite at Eagles Mere. For MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIOINSll Call MRS. LLOYD E. KAUF"M~'N KI3-2080 '0 THE BRIDGE SHOP' 1 North Provldenc. Rd. Ylallingford ..'. rOlJ~ll CUSTOM LAMP SHADES HAND PRINTED FABRICS AND WALLP APERS Open 11~30 -4:30 TeJ.565·0220 • &: BuHel Luncheons Serv.d Dally BOTH HOT & COLD DISHES S1.2S Buffel Dinners Thursday 5 to 9 Sunday 3 to 8:30 S2.1S THE WID GOOSE Route I, Baltimore Pike (4 Mil •• If •• t of Media) CLOSED ON MONDAYS • PLACE MAT SETS $1 to $100 Made in U.S.A. - Portugal - Italy - Spain of hemp - linen - synthetics - paper PRACTICAL or ElEGANT GIFTS 15 SOUTH CHESTER ROAD, AUlIIst 17, 196f News Notes' I tJnitsd Givers FUIICIIn WasJdDclon, D. C. The Folletta were guests Mr. and Mrs. lJavid C. Hartney I her" over the weetend. ' and their chlldreD Martan. David,: Mrs. M. W. Riddle of Morgan and flve-month-old, ADD 01, circle returned home Saturday Rochester, No Y., arrlve;JSaturday after an abSeooe 01 two and a half to vlstt Mrs. Hartney's parents months. She vlslted her son-ID-law Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Ransburg and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Her­of Harvard avenue. The Ransburgs' bert JohnSOn and their chlldren other son-ln-la'!' and daughter Mr.. Karen, Swen and Leis In Honghlnn and Mrs. William Piper and their Lake, Mich., for two months and children Peggey Lee, 'Mary Lynn. then joined a group of Swarthlnore and BUlle of MIlwaukee, Wlsc., neighbors at Chaulauqua, N. Y. for wUl come on Saturday to visit two weeks. 10 the group were Mrs. Mr. Piper's mother Mrs. 11. A, Arthur G. Adams. Mrs. Helen Piper of MI. Holyoke place for Hatch Dr. and Mrs. Peler Baker a weekend enroute to their home and Dr. and Mrs. Orland RlIchle. from Avalon. N. J. where they Miss Wlnlfred Rumble and Miss have spenl the past Iwo weeks. Joan FaJka, former classmates at Mrs. Piper and Mr. and Mrs. Ihe Museum School of Ari.have Ransburg occupied anearbyapari- been enjoying, since June I, their ment In Avalon last week. second summer as portrattartlsts Dr. and Mrs. Erwin R Schmidt at condadaBeach,SanJuan,puerto Jtrro.,m ¢ : WEIslcmon saivne naunde Ohanvlaer rloe.t uWrnhellde Rico. They I will re urn In Septem­ber • visiting Mrs. Schmldl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard BolUard Mrs. Winthrop R Wrlgr.tofWal- • nut lane had as her guests last In Madison Wlsc., they saw the 'weekend her Son-In-law anddaugh­F. A. Brewsters. tormerly of ter Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taylor Swartbmore. 10 Onlarlo they 'and their Ihree chlldren of Rlch­visited Dr. Schmidt'S mother Mrs. Erwin R. Schmldl al her summer mond I Va. They were enroute 10 the 'Wright family camp at Lake home on st. Joseph's Island. The Wlnnepesaukee. N. H., where Ihey Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf. wUl. remain for two weeks. Mrs. Jr •• brother-In-law and sister of Dr. Schmidt, vlslled wllh Ihem on Taylor Is the former Miss Nanml Wright. Ihelr way to Texas after returning Dr. and Mrs. Frank 11. Murray to Ihe United Slales from a two- of PrlncetoD avenue returned last year stay In England. week trom a vacal10n at Kenne - ' Mrs. John Schott of Fatrvle~ bunkport. Me. They spenloneweek road had as her guest tor a week at Cenlerville on Cape Cod on the Mrs. M. C. Herrick of Cleveland way up to Maine. Heights, O. Mrs. Herrick returned Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Thayer home Saturday. . and four chlldren of Aberdeen, Mrs. Leroy E. PelersoD of Md •• will visit Mr. Thayer's par­vassa .. avenue new to Sprlngfleld, ents Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O. Thayer S. D., July 30 to assist her IB>ther of North Chester road over thIS Mrs. II. II. Goodenough In her weekend. THE SWARTHMOREAN • ythe 01 Thayer road nturoed GO August 6; after spendlDJ '"Ix weeks at their home In Ocean City, N. J. WhUe lhey were there tbey enter­tained Mr. and Mrs. Wslter HeInZe of Slrath Haven avenue. Mrs. Hachel Riddle has returned to her, home on Morgan circle after a three-montll visit with her daughter and tamUY at Houghton Lake Heights, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Maxey Morrison of Dartmouth avenue spent their vacation In Canada and New Eng­land. After visiting Quebec they camped at Lauentlde Provlnclal trip. III !Ia'M they camped at Acadla National Part. On the way borne they vlsIIed In Danville, vt., aud New London, N. H., al the borne of Nt. and Mrs. A. J. Boyd, formerly 'Of Swarthmore. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 11. Top­ping of North P rlneeton avenue drove 10 Waterville. Me •• lasl week to bring tllelr daughter Cynthia home fromColby College SUmmer School of Language where she had 'spenl the past seven weeks. They returned on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Trosley and their daughter Rosina 01 Cor­nell avenue spent the flrsl week . Page 3 of AuausI at Ocean City, N. J • Rick Turner ,lIOn ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Turner of Guernsey road, Is the boUse guest of the Robert Birds at, HaveD Beach, N. J., thls week. Mr. and Mrs. Wnllam 11. GUI. Jr. of nogwood lane vlsltedfrlends In Bristol, COIlllo before going on to Camp Deerwood In N. 11. where they picked up their sons Bill and Doug. The GllIs have spent the summer al their hom In Haven Beach. N. J. excepl for time spent working for the 'P.G.A. tournamenl at Aronlmink Golf Club. _ ............•......................•...........• • • Park and took Ihe Saguenay River • • :• LAST TWO WEEKS :• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• : THE PARK AVENUE SHOP : •• •• : KI3-2513 104 Park Ave. : • ~ ......•........................................ ~ moving to Bra<leDtonl, Fla. Mrs. Professor J. E. Germain. spec­GOOdenough returned to Swarth- lallst ID Calalytlc Cracking at the more last Thursday wlth her University LUle. France. was the daughter to visit untli Labor Day. guest 01 Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Miss Rut\! C. Webb of South Thomas 01 RIverview road last Chester road arrived home Friday wEH!k. ' from Urbana, m., where she Is Mr. and Mrs. A. stoll Titus of stuilylng at the Graduale SchOOl Swarthmore avenue spent several of Ihe University of DllnolS. Sh. e days In Ocean CI t y, N• J ., last will leave tomorr"w fo~ Lake week wlth lhelr chlldren Kathy and Wlnnepesailkee 'INew Hanipshlre, Bill • tor a week ar Camps Farthest The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Orland Out; She plans to return 10 Ur- Ritchle and Mrs. Arthur G. Adams bana on September'10. have returned to Ihelr homes In Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. James' Morganwood after lwo weaks spent 'have returned to their home on on Lake chautauqua" N. Y. They Norlh Swarthmore avenue follow- allended the • Symphony Concerts Ing a six week slay al Kennebunk, and heard such Christian leaders Me. During Ihelr stay the) had 1lS as Dr. John S. Bonnell, Dr. Edwln guests at various tlmes their sons- T. Dahlberg of st.' LOuIS, Mo •• in-law and daughlers Mr. and Mrs. who lectured each day on "Fron­WI1Ilam S. WnUamsandfivechlld- tiers 01 IIIe Spirit." Mrs. Carl ren ot Ridgewood. N. J •• ancI Mr. Corey 01 Meadville. sister-In-laW OF A and Mrs. Gordon Follett 'and four- • month-old daughter 0, f Bethlehem', of Mrs.1Utchle1accompanled them home for a short visit. and their son Mr. Hibbard Jal1l!B, Mr. and Mrs. Francis 11. For-publlc relations dlrector of the REGISTRATION SCHEDULE PRIOR TO GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1962 Seplember 7th Last day an elector may remove from one electlon district to another in order to be permitted to vote in the new elec­tion district at the General Election. Persons moving after this dale may vote in old election dlstrict If otherwise qualified. September 17th Last day all electors may register to vote at the General Electlon. This includeselectOls who wlll becol'le of age on or bsfore November 7th, 1962. Septemb., 17th Last day for an elector who has removed into a new elec­tlon district to give notice' to the Registration Commission In order to be permitted to vote In the new election district at the General E:lection. The removal card must set forth a removal date Into the new election district which cannot be later than September 7th. COURT HOUSE HOURS Regular business hours up to and Including Monday, seP­tember nth. Monday through Friday - 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P. M. 'rogether with such additional hours as designated below: September 7th september 8th september 14th september 15th Fllday Saturday Friday Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. HOURS FOR ROVING REGISTARS - 2 P.M. TO 9 P.M. Dot. of Borough, Tow" Location Registration or Township August 31 Rutledg. Borough Fir. Hou •• Sept."' .... 11 N.thef ProvIJellc.-Twp. N.ther Provld.nce HIgh School Sap"","'r11 Nether Provldenc. Twp. Neth.r P E 1.III_tory Moor. Road S .... m .... 17 Swarth.or. Barouat. Boraut Hall, Pork DartJnouth COMMUNITY Water is essentia I to life; it eveh constitutes 50% of your blood. It keeps your body clean and healthy; it stimu­lates recreational activities, it conquers fire and it promotes growth. Compared to its worth, its cost is negligible. Resi­dents of the 300 square-mile territory served by the Philadelphia Suburban Water Company are fortunate in hav­ing adequate supplies of all the health­ful, sparkling, Pure Springfield Water they need-now and in the years ahead. M oft SPRINGFIELD , PHILADELPHIA SUBURBAN WATER COMPANY

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, , Page 4 , TI1E SWARTHMOR1:AN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SWARTHMORE; PENNA. PETER E. TOLD, MARJORIE T.TOLD. Publishers , Phon" Klngswood 3-0900 PETER E. TOLD. Editor BARBARA B. KENT. Managing Editor Rosalie D. Peirsol Mary E. Palmer Marjorie T. Told Entered as Second ::llass Matter. January 24,1929. at the Post Office at Swarthmore. Pa .• under the Act of March 3. 1879. THE SWARTHMOREAN NEWS NOTES Mr. and Mrs. LorenC. Troesch­er of North Chester road had as their recli\nt weekend guests Mr. Troescher's fatherandstep-moth­er Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Troescherof Clnclnnatl,O., and his half-brother and -sisler Craig, 13, and Maggie 11. ) . • Mr. and Mrs. Birney K. Morse o! Harvard avenue entertained ata picnic on Friday at their hOme. Mr. and Mrs. David Bingham of Fairview road, Mr. and Mrs. Char- DEADLINE - WEDNESDAY 11 A.M. les J. Brady of Park avenue, and SWART Mrs. Thomas W. Simpers of the t_ ____H_ M_O_R_E_. P_E_N_N_A_,,_P_R_ID_A_Y_, A_U_G_U_S_T_17..:,_1_9_6_2_ __I J SWarthmore Apartments spentlast L "A weekend at Cape May, N. J. II that is necessary for the forces of evil to win Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Zerbe of Par-in the world is that enough good men do nothing". rlsh road have relurnedfrom caca- Edmund Burke tionlng at Booth Bay Harbor, Me. ,------------:--~----===~=:::::.-...JI Mr. and Mrs. R. Blair Price of CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH D. Evor Roberts, Minister Robert O. Browne ,Assoc .Min ister Minister of Christian Education Sunday, August 19 9:30 A.M.-Summer Choir Re­hearsal 10:30 A.M.-Mr. Browne will preach Tuesdoy, August 21 9:00 A.M.-Morning Prayers Wednesday, August 22 10 '. ''"\", .. ~ . - ,. :!mll!ge: :roup ~-------- ------------ METHODIST CHURCH The Rev. John C. Kulp, Minist ... James S. MacMain Mini.terf~r Youth Charles S~hisler Minister of Music; Sunday, August 19 8:45 A.M.-Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Sunday School, chil­dren through 6th Grade. ~O:~,~ ~:~:Mr. KuJp will preach TRINITY CHURCH The Rev. Layt,," P. Zimmer Rector I The Rev. George R.McKelvey Curate Sunday, Augyst 19 (Trinity IX) 8:00 A.M.-Holy Communion 9:00 A.M.-Morning Prayer ann Sermon ' 10: 15 A.M.- ~Iorning Praver and Sermon ' Monday, August 20 9: 1,5 A.M.-Morning Prayer r"esday, August 21 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer Wednesdc , ',ugust 8 9:15 A.M.-Morning Prayer Thursda~, Augus,t 23 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer Friday, August 24 (8 t. Ilartholome.,) 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 7:15 P.\!.-Hnly Communion THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS Sunday, August 19 10:30 A.:.t.-lIynm Sing 11:00 A.M.-Meeting for Worship I';onuoy, Au~ust 20. AIl-D,ay Sewing for APSC Weonesday, August 22 All-Day Quilting for APSC -. - ------------------- FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST , FRIENDS MEETING NOTES North Chester roadvislted Mr. and A Hymn Sing wlll be held at 10:30 a.m. prior to the II o'clock M~ei­ing for Worship. There will he a HymnSlngeveryFirst -day morning unlll the ope nl n g of First-day School. ' PRESBYTERIAN N()'TES Mr. Browne wlll preach at the 10:30 ser\'tce of worship Sunday morning. The Summer Choir wlll rehearse at 9:30 a.m. In preparation !or the service. Child care and super\'tslon Is prQvlded up to the kindergarten age level during the service. The Board of Deacons has ar­ranged Informal social periods to be helel on the church lawn fol­lowing the summer servIces. Tuesday Morning Prayers are held at 9 a.m. The Bandage Group wlll meet Wednesday at 10 a.m. and remain through lunch.' Beverages will be provided. IndiViduals are invited to bring their own sandwiches. METHODIST NOTES Mr. K:Jlp wlll continue his Sum­mer Sermon Series on "Faith for These, Days" at the 10 a.m. wor­ship ser\'tce with the topic, "Using Inner Power." -'. Sunday Scbool for all classeoS of the children's division (Nursery through sixth grade) will be held at 9:45a.m. Youth and adult classes are SCheduled for 8:45 a.m. voc.al soloist at the ser\'tceSun­day wlll be Mrs. Willard Calvert who wlll Sing "Beside the Still Waters," TRINITY NOTES Holy Communlo~ wlll be cele­brated at 8 a.m. Holy Communion and Word wlll be held at 9 a .. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon will be held at 10:15. At the 9 a.m. service children through grade sIX wlll leave the church during the singing of the Sermon Hymn to see a"rilm HThe Upper Room." Nursery Care Is offered during the.8, 9 and 10:15 a.m. ser\'tces. Morning Prayer will be held at 9: 15 a.m. Monday through Friday. On Friday, St. Barlholomew'~ Day, there will be a service of Holy Communion at 7:15 p.m. EMERGENCY BLOOD Sworthmore Borough resi. dents' requests for blood may be made to Red Cross Blood Program Chairman Mrs. Cor­ben C. Shute, KI 3-3757, or to Mrs. Johan Natvig KI 3- Mrs. Francis Plowman of North SWarthmore avenue in Rehoboth Beach, Del., last weekend. Nino (John, Jr.,) MCCOubreyof Park avenue returned horne Tues­day after spending three weeks as the guest of Dr. and Mrs., W. Win­ternltz In Bristol, N. 11., flsh!ng and mountain climbing. His hosts drove him to Swarthmore and were the overnight guests of his parents whl1r· enraute to their home inLex­illgt(~ n, .K~. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Bloom and their children Margo, Ron, and Dan of Yale avenue arrived home On Sunday from a two-week, trip to Lake Mohegan, N. Y.,Nlagara Falls, and Toronto, Canada, where thev \'tslled friends. They returned by way of Corning, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fellows and son Chuck 'ot Garrett avenue spent 10 days at Belgrade Lakes Camp in Belgrade Lakes, Me. Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Wilson of Og­den avenue have justreturnedfrom a IWlnth's trip from Ohio to Maine. They paid speclalattenllon to \'tew­Ing and photographing c 0 v ere d bridges. Mrs. Ada Jalvls and Mona Jal\'ts and Mrs. W. P. Dickinson and daughter Jeanie of WaShington, N. C., were recent guests of Mrs. T.helma Dickinson of Park avenue and of Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Dick­Inson of Rutledge. Mr. and Mrs. HenryS.C. Lauand son Tommy of Dartmouth circle have just returned from a week at vacation in the Pacanos. The Laus visited Scranton. MOSCOW, Lake Wallenpaupack, StrOUdsburg, and stayed at Lake Gouldsboro, the highest point In the Poconos. Mrs. George Woelfel arrived on Tuesday from St. Loulsand"Klrks­vllle, Mo., where she had \'tslted friends and relatives, to \'tslt Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. keenen of North Chester road. Mr. Woelfel Joined them on Thursday to remain through the weekend, after which they will return to Manchester, Vt. Five IQCal boys, Carl de Moll of North Swarthmore avenue; Richard Phillips of strath Havenavenue; Da­vid Powell of Drexel place; Da\'td Restrepo of Dartmouth circle; and Dun Scott of Kenyon avenuehave re­turned home after spending two weeks at Camp Tockwogh on the Chesapeake Bay, Wharton, Md. Mrs. Roy S. Latimer d the Swarthmore Apartments returned on Monday after vJsltlng her son­in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Chapman and daughter Judy at their home in Southport, Conn., and vacationing with them on Cape Cod for two weeks. The Chapmans returned with Mrs. Latimer to Swarthmore and continued on to Washington, D.C., where they will sight-see. Park Avenue below Harvard . Miss Edna Wagner of Park ave- Sunday, August 19 ,,. .... _ .... ___ ... -. __ .... 1 nue will leave Tuesdayfor NewHar-. FINE WALLP"PE' RS bor, Me., to vacation unlll earlv 0324. ' 11:00 A.M.-Sunday School 11 :00 A.M.-The Lesson-Sermon wi 11 br HSolll." Wednesday evening meeting each week, 8 P.M. Reading Room, 409 Dartmouth Avenue. open week-days except holidays, 10-5; F'riday evening 7-9. --------------------- LEIPER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 900 Fair.iew Road Th" Re •• James Barber, Minister Sunday, Augult 19 9:00 A.M.-Church School 10:00 A.M.-Morning Worship '" September., ' Match;ng Fabrics" Palnh David Welbourn, son of Mr. and ASAM. SCHUMACHER. IMPERIAL Mrs. Raymond Welbournoffiarvard MURALS. SANITAS. PREPASTED avenue has returnedfromCampDeI­mont at Green Lane. DO IT YOURSELF $ELiCT FOR PAPeRHANGER CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NOTES Man'; dominion overthe bondage of materialism will be lIet forth In Christian Science churches Ihis Sunday In Ihe Le~soll-Sermon en­titled "Soul.'~ w. Lend Out Samp!. B~ PENN WALLPAPER CO. 307 Baltimore Pk., Springfield 0,.. Wed. • F,I. 'til 9 , ..... FREE PARKING, KI4-4100 An Invitation Is extended to all to attend the ser\'tces at 11 a.m. in First Church of Christ, Sclentl"" 206 Park avenue. I ~~~~~~~~~~~~ ____ 'AUIU8t17; 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylorof Balt- Mrs. ValigM K. Foster of m.r:- Imore; ~Md., with tbelr chUdren yard awooe haareturDed from Carol, Da\'td, and Allen, are w.ca- Pittsburgh wbere she vlsltad her tlonlng with Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose son-In-law and daughter Mr. and H. Van Alen at Hulett's Landlog Mrs. Bo .... Harris. Her grandson Lake George, N.Y. ' 'u Ph.lUp Harris returned with her. The Clark Mangelsdorf famUy has moved from 4 Crum ledge to Mrs. Raymond C. Lasslat of 339 Rlver\'tew road. North Swarthmore avenue has as Mrs. Richard II. Willis of Oog- her guesls for an enended \'tsll wOOd lane has, gone to Chicago to her brother Dr. L J. Tender and bring her mother Mrs. Ethel Wat- ' two daughters Vtda and Lisa of e~bury home after 11 months' ab.. ~ll:!O~, Mass. ~ence from SWarthmore. I .. ow It In The Swarthmor"on" ~ 11IIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIImIIIllIIIllIlIlIIIIIlIlJ""""U,,1II1 liillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUl!; I DICK FRANCHETTI - TELEVISION i ! TELEVISION-HOME & AUTO RADIO-PHONOS ~' ~ U.H.F. CONVERTERS INSTALLED ~ 9:19 ROCKLYN RD""IIIIIIIIIIIIIKI 4-T02811111111111I1SPRINGFIELD Pt., -:;:- I ' • 1 -.r--- ' • ~~ ..... >oL r ' _~I _ l ~fff:~'~:~-o o:--r rl~ ~ tlir-ffrH-i ormm elilfJrrrrhi lot. -~If-f frrrr! I~B -.jrrrrrrr "til o ~ i Merri'orial Niches in beautiful West Laurel Hill Cemetery is the title of a booklet which answers the various questions so many people ask us. We'll gladly send you a copy without obligation, if you say "yes" by mail or telephone. Write: 215 Belmont Ave., Bala-CynWYd, Pa. Telephone: MOhawk 4-1591 WEST LAUREL HILL ~. Visitors ·Np.lcome. Come any day from 9 to 4. Belmont Avenue above PhiJa. City Line Bala-Cynwyd CONVERT TO NOW -------------------_. FOR COMFORT NEXT WINTER! It usually takes only a day to ins,tall a gas furna,. or convert hearing equipment in good condirio ... And summer is the ideal time to make the change, Then you'll be assured of heating comfort throughout the enrire house for years to come. Gas house hearing is quiet and economical-operating costs compare favorably with other automatic heating 'fuels. Gel more informa,ion·on automatic liaS haUl. h.,.,"", I>y collill(l you .. local plum"iltfl 01 beating cOltll'aclOl' 01' any 0' ou, .uburbo" ollie". • PHILADELPHIA ELEGTRIC COMPANY • • , , I \ A.:..U:.:gu~st_I'l...:. _1 _9_62_ _____T '-:---::-,--:-____~ --,-...,--.:T:.:H::.:E:.......:S:.:W:A:::~'T HMO REA N ::.e:;.~~~ad. and twice there were NAl'L DIREOOR '. papS Tile IIO~' &eHilue. CIIIJ1iiI &'-, Dr. and 1Irs. Henry D. 'pjp;;­two weelts 01 camplDg &tressed and tbelr SODS ADdrew and J ..... - scouting advaDcement and a record . than will be Oyerolght guests 01 number of merit badges were.earn- FOUR BOYS HIKE IN (NEW MEXICO SCOUTS REf URN HOME FROM CAMP, PHILMONT Those SO-pound packs contained .' sleeping bag and ground cloth, tent CIIES SCOUTS or fOOd packs, groUp pots and pans, ad. Beven a4YaDced a fUU rank to Dr. Piper's mother, Mrs. II. A. either secoDd clsa. or first CbsS Piper of ML Holl"te PJaee on The 29 scouts earned a total of 93 August 25, enroute from vacatIon­merit badges. Ing at Late Champlain to their extra clothes and shoes, toUet kit, COMMEND,f 'RAIN.SOAKED' . axe or folding saw J or some other ~ The first week, the programwi- new'l;oome In Carbondale, DL Dr. I der the leadership ot Davls B. Piper, wha has been a.professor tool for the group. The end of the lraU was Clmar- CAMP PROGRAM roncilo. The BoondockerS,lhe 12Swarth- Because the Boondockers wore more-8prlngfleld boys who took off their scout uniforms on the trail, the latter part of last monlh for they will soon' be seen In apromot­Camp Philmont Boy Scout Ranch In lanai tUm with shots of their flsh­New Mexico, arrived home Monday ing, at the rifle range, andingeol ... night, with adventures to tell about. ogy class. Tohey had climbed WaHe Philmont, The PhlImont Scout Ranch at been to the top of Pike's Peak, ta- Cimarron Is the gift of WaltePhU­ken an eight-mile horseback ride, mont, originator of Phillips 66 gas­traveled by bus for a total of nine ollne. At the time the BoondoCkers days, and'had been dumped Into a were there, there were about 2500 three-foot ditch. They also had done boys on the ranch, allowing about a bit of hiking. ' 40 acres of exercise area per The bo"ys,BUlCUsblng,Dave Les· scout. 11 Is a large, operating lie, Eric Peterson, and Quarter- ranch. master Dave Shugarts, all of On thewaybome, theBoondockers Swarthmore, plus elghtmore Scouts and the rest o!the gang (there were from Springfield, and Leader Ron- six units of 12 riding In two bUses), aid SeUers, Sr., took off July 24 on, they stopped In Taos to see Kit Car­their three ... week expedition, and son's home, the Hopi Pueblos. ,and spent their first night out In Dur- the mission once use~ as a fort by ant, N.C. The ditch-dumping came the Spanlsh.Alld,M. ,gcllmbedby the next afternoonnear the southern perseverance to r p of Waite boundary of North Carolina. Caught Ph!lmont, with p. ne boys then in a hard storm and on slick roads, proceeded to a" ,ke'sPeakln the bus driver skidded In avoiding ,Cadillac lin' ,"or what it's an oncoming truck and slid Into the ; worth, the .. , oIter carrying ditch. No one was hurt, and no one the boys to : ,0" and down again, panicked, bUttheboysspentthenext dropped;' "nsmlsslon atatrat-five hours in the Y.M.C.A. In An- fie IIghl. derson, S.C., while minor damage The boysl overnight stops on the to the bUs was repaired. The resl ,homeward bus journey, Included of the trip was uneventfUl, with I' Fort Carson, Colorado Springs; night stops at Annlslon, Ala., Llt- i Salina AFB, Kans.; St. Louis at tie Rock Airforee Base, Ark., and i Washlnglon University; and Crlck­Fort Sill. Okla. : et Haller Boy Scout Camp near Arriving at Phllmonl Camp i Dayton, O. Headquarters on July 28, the boys; For the final statistical record, spent the night In " city of about : they arrived home - at City Line 300 tents - "tenls and packs every- ! Center - at 9:25 p.m. Monday. where." The next morning they had I their shakedown andthenweredrlv- 'I en to Olympia Base Camp for tlie night. The next morning, the Boon- I HONORED The 29 hays from SWarthmore (Pete) Hopson of Cornell avenue, " at CaUlornla InstItute of Tech- Troops I and 2 and their leaders concentrated on swimming lite nology, for tbe past ten years bas received a special commendation saving and handicraftbadges.'DIIr- fheen appointed Dean of theCo\lege from Wes Klusmann, National 01- 'Ing the second week, trall camping 10f Arts and Sciences at Southern , ,eclor of CamplngfortheBoy Scouts under the leadership of Da\'td UII- ,.DUnols University, Carbondale. l)f America, during hlsrecent\'tslt I man o~mher'elavenue,scoutmas-to Reslca Falls. 1 ter of Troop 2, concentratedonthe ON SUMMER STUDY PROJECT During last week's heavy ralns, i trall bIklng and a program bullt the SWarthmore Troops malntained ; around the values of camping, their active trail camping program i, cooking, pioneering, forestry and plans estabUshing an entirely new I nature. , camp site on the ResicaFallsres- i The hayshtked.atolal of more ervatlon. Visiting the camp site f lhan 50 mUes, transporting all during the rains, Mr.Klusmannwas their ,eqUipment on their backs. high in his praise of the boys' suc- During the second week all meals cess In not only maintaining the were prepared by Ihe boys them- , trail camping program and keeping I se,lves and Included a wide menu I, themselve~ dry' and well fed, but l' utlHzlng bolhfreshandspecialtrall I also In oolldlog the new camp site pack dehydrated foods. Meals In- I complete with lean-tos and hand cluded "uch things as beef stews, hewn tables, cooking fireplaces and roast chicken and bread. cake and I a campfire site despltetheweath- pies haked over the coals in Im­er. Mr. Klusmann commented that Uttprovised ovens. this was the only troop wbo had (Continued Next Week) malntalned a complete outdoor - Susan Bruce, MogUl road Is a particjpant In the "Summer b­perlence In SOcial Work" PlogIaJD sponsored by .. Careers In SOcial Work", a project of the Health and Welfare COuncil, Inc. Susan, a junior at Pennsylvania 'State University, is working as a Ualson between patlent, family and doctor at tbe EmbreevUle State HospItaL In addition to her summer Job, Susan will attend flve orientation sessions which wl1l Include tleld trips and discussions by leading social workers. " camping program during the I storms last week. I tn:JiJ'\J\IiLiU iIJLflra • ri:U ...... • •.•.•• i pre-teens Police & Fire News 1 jr. petites -POLICE NEWS A RldleyToWllshlp youth was as­sessed $10 fine and costs Monday night for disorderly conduct at Swarthmore and Ogden avenues. A Swarthmore youthandtwofor­mer residents were apprehend.don I Dartmouth avenueTuesday night for tossing beer cans on the highway. They wUl be given ahearing under the Borough littering ordinance at 6 p.m. tOnight. juniors I JI/., . 'I I/. YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR " 3rd ANNIVERSARY PART'f /.'. Door Pm.. • Refreshments . • Prevue of FaR Fashions • ==::::J9 SOUTH ORANGE st. MEDIA,PA PHONE: LOWELL6-622S dockers and Leader Sellers took - I 953 d t of and passed _ the National Rifle As-I Ronald Gold, a ,I gra ua e soclation Course on HunterSafety. Sy.arthmore High School, has be~ They then hiked four miles to New : chosen by the Massachusetts Me - Abreu Camp. 'Ical SOciety as the graduatina' Their next hike considered the I medical sI)1dent who best ex­h': rdest waseight'';'lIesuptheRay- 1 empllfles "those Intangible quai­ado cre'ek Valley; II took them six : Illes which serve ,to deSignate hlm : hours. : as a good physician. I Mr. and Mrs. William Lee, for­merly of School lane, have been \'tsltlng with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behr of Bryn Mawr avenue. • AlihOugh most of the boys, In I Dr. Gold, whose parents are Dr. I, training back' home had taken 10 and Mrs. Herman Gold of Chester, I 20, 'and 30-mlle d~y-hlkes, the; was graduated from Harvard Med- II found the altitude rough and In ieal School In June. He graduated their eight days on the tr~1I tllked from Harvard University In 1957, a total of 26 miles. Nevertheless, ' Summa Cum Laude. His brother i they managed to climb from 6 700 i Warren graduated Magna Cum I feet to lI,711,the'hlghestPeakO~the ! Laude from Harvard Medical I ranch _ Walte Philmont - with 30- I School In 1959. paTckhse.i r dlet'on the trail wasdehy- \, --,:,:-=-'::;_~p~=I-'=.= Mi=i=M= ===""1 drated food, and for five days they II Beught .nd Said purified their own water. Atypical FORDE'S PET AND HO,B8Y menu Is chicken noodle soup, beef I 627 Baltimore Pike and gravy dinner, mashedpolatoes, Springfield, Po. quick milk shakes, and on occasion, K14-0121 dutch-oven baked chocolate cake, West Side of A & P First rule of decorating: Start with your carpet Carp"t should be the first item you select for your home, fa, the rooms will begin to look furnished when you spread carpet color aod texture on the floor. This involves on important decision, for carpet represents a maior expend­jture os"well as a large decorative room area. Choose a color that you really like, and preferably ,one that io becoming to you. Of couroe, it ",ust harmoniu with the other furnishi~gs you have, or will buy, but you will refinish your walls and ceilings, and replac" your draper­ies and slipcovers before you buy new carpet. Even if you are not ready for your carpet, it Is important to select it so that you con make your other decisions with this in mind. You will also be pleasantly surprised that carpet costs leso than you may have expected. PAULSON displays carpet samples arranged by color to make your selection easier, in our showroom or in yO'Uf home.' Decorating? Start with your ~orpetl \' d'AU'S~ 'If Cmtt~~ Mohawk Carp41ting - Complete Price Range • Oriental Rugs 100 Park Ave., Swarthmore, Pa. ktngswood 3-6000 i .t. .- ..J9,,,,-__ (/Iio ..r ,-. KNOWS Carpet ..JiI._~- NOW! Your group can enjoy the full, fascinating story of TElSTARI An exciting illustrated lec­ture on the newest star in,the heavens--Telstar, our com­munications satellite--is now available for your club, church or civic organization. You have heard and read so much about Telstar, now orbiting the earth and being used for the first dramatic experiments in relaying tele­vision programs and tele­phone calls overseas. Here is your opportunity to gain a broader understanding of this unique satellite. Qetails are explained in laYman's language, with colorful charts and photos. Your program chairman will welcome the suggestion that the telephone company's Telstar presentation be put on your fall meeting sched­ule. Arrangements can be made simply by calling your local Telephone Company Business Office. There is, of course, no charge. THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA Your neighbors enlarging your world through aenrlce ~nd science , I

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f~. p~a~~~e~6~~~~~~~~~~iE~(S:r~)lNnEO~-T-E--S- -~T~~E~~SM~rWs.~ AM~. R~CT. ~rHu;tk;e.eM a~rO.d; hRe~r E~A~MNrf. :BD~d~ M~~rs~. ~O~s~bo~r~ne~ I~L~ .P;a'd;- ~~'T;ohm~ T~OAIJ~P1UD~g gauDd~ sEtno~l7s 'D1ul9in8g2 Clllptalln Jolm Tyler, U.s.M.C., cb1ldren SUsan, Lisa, and Dlokie dison and lbelr sons Carl and Sam of NorthPrloce\onavenuereturoed NOT IUY _....., plo .... __ of '.7 Mrs. Tyler aDd their son Mtthew Of Watertown, N. Y. arrlvedTUes- returned last weekend tothelrOg- on Wednesday, ollastweeklolhelr wlll leave SUnday aner vlslUog day night \0 visit ber mother Mrs. den avenue home alter a viSit of homes alter spending eight weeks ptoctlclll ..e duu-wItt. 011 .....1 C~ Tyler's parents Mr. BDd Mrs. Charles T. Deacon of Lafayette two months with ,Mrs. Paddlson's at Lewls­flO'I ;... In the ..... L. 'AIIEI LI Ionll A. L. Tyler of South Chesler road avenue for two weeks. Mr. Durkee parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl IL since July 22. Capt. Tyler wUl will jOin thein later and drive lhe tbe first two weeks at report 10 Camp Lejeune, N. C., family home. the Prlehs' home In Venice, Fla. ESTATE NOTICE on September I. unUl then be and Mr. and Mrs. Harry ~unham of Mr. Paddlson returned to SWarth- Estate of GRACE M. SMITH CULBERTSON deceased. (Late 01 the BonlUch of Swarthmore, bts famlly w111 reside al Vlrglnta WallIngfordwl1lleavetomorrowfor more while Mrs. Paddtson, Sam, Beaoh, Va., wb1le Capl. Tyler a two-week camping trip In Flor- and Carl accompaoted Ihe Prelhs attends school at l.lIlIe Creek. Ida. ,to tbelr home 10 Pana, Dl. where Mr. Paddlson joloed them later. Jerry Clothier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Clolhler 01 Rose Tree, Media traveled by bus to Pana where he visited Carl lor several weeks, enjoying the aware County, PfIr.) LETTERS Testamentary On above Estate have been granted CLASSIFIED ADS the undersigned. who request persons having claims or 'd:~~~~~~1 against the Estate of the d, ---_=-=:-::--:-::-:-:-~---_ _ _______ = __ ---- to make known the same, PERSONAL WANTED persons indebted to the to.\llmenake without PERSONAL - Two reUable teen- WANTED-Pracllcal. nurse desires plly age sisters available for. baby posillon. Hospital experience, Or to sllllng, one 10 Junior high one Swarthmore references. Call TRe-shade. In Senior high. Both had ex- mont 4-3226. l~n6g!, 0P~h6ll~aP.,~ 7h,~ Pia~.I a.~~~~~~~~~1 gpreardieen. cKe lnIgns wcchrioldd 4c-a4r7e 9s5i.n ce sixth IW-A:NT:E=D =- ~Ho~u-se -to- re~n t In_ Sw_ar= th - more for professional familY with ESTATE NOTICE PERSONAL - qarpentry jobbing, two charming small children. Will Estate of EDNA P~IlN~.x.I,1 recrt;lation rooms, book cases, move as soon as· available. Box BUFFINGTON, Deceased. (Late !~~~~37~i. J. DonnellY. ,K1ngs- T, The Swarthmorean. of the Boroukh 01 Swarthmore, I-W';'AN-T-E-D---E';'lIjl;";e';'r:';le:"n-c-e-d-te-ac-he-, DeLlaEwTaTreE RCSou Tnt y, tP a.) t PERSONAL _ Plano tuning speclal- .•o r KIn d ergar t en Nursery School es amen ary on 1st, minor repairing. Qualilled I Sp I II Id W kd aAblobveert ELs. taBtuef fhinagdt obne,e nD OWgr adnetcede atso- mem b er PIa no Technicians' Guild., l~n~Pt';lIIri,.n,rg. eth.r ougehe uJyn nem.o rnCinaglsl ed. All persons having claims or ~':'57l5~ars. Leaman. KIngswood 4-4439 or Klngswood demands agalnst the Estate Edna Pownall Buffington are her.... PERSONAL - Custom.made slip WANTED _ To buy small electric sbaym ere, qauneds teadll tpoe rmsoankse Iknndoewbtne d thtoe covers. Plo fltt e d 10 your home. refrigerator between four and You supplY material. I make them. nine cubic feet capacity 10 good Ithneg t Estate 01 Ednt ad Ptoow n_a~ll Buff- Work guaranteed, prompt se'rvlce. wor kl ng or de r. Pho ne KIngswood menotn, wairteh oruetq ues e m_e pa.y- CLearbrook 9-6311, 3-0644. d~luy, to Claud. C. ~~:":;" __________ I LSmanIdth , T&illIec ceBeudillodgin gE xePcbutDo; ;;rre I1 6h1i 7 PERSONAL - Gilbert's Steam Wall WAN TED G Typing, Ironing, baby , p a scraping, remove palnt ove, sltllng. Call LOwell Y-urrr 10, Pa. Or to his Attorneys: nuane, paper. Interior painting. George sitting. Call LOwell 6-7444. Morris & Hecll.scher, 1617 Land Gilbert. TRemont 4-7082. WANTED -Care of live, and Prelhs' hQueen Ranch," a short dtstance outside 01 Pana, where Mr. Prelhs breeds trotting and pacing horses and aocompanylng , Mr. Prelhs, an attorney, on trips to county fatrs, state peni­tentiaries. and courts. Mr. Fred R. Wilson of Walnut lane returned Tue'lday from a short to Texas. ~~ SPEVIAL PRICE ON EXTERIOR ED-AINI~ 800 Fairview Road Tille Building, Philadelpbta 10, three-year-blds. Competent, rell- Pa. 3T...a-17 PERSONAL - Roofing, spoullng; able woman, 25 hours a week, !Ive [I:r';~~=;:::~~~~~~~ ESTATE NOTICE gutters. Recreallon rooms hours dally. Klngswood 3-6445. Repaired Ph. KI 3-4216 Estate of ALBERT L. BUFF- speCialty. Ray J. Foster. GLobe INGTON deceased. (Lat. of the 9-2713. WANTED -Pracllcal nurse desires EMIL SPIES Boroull> of swarthmore, Delaware l-------------I posllIon. Hospital experience. WATCHMAKER County, Pa,) PERSONAL - Bicycles repaired; Swarthmore ref"rences. Call TRe- F I LETTERS Testamentary On parts, accessories. Milt Glass _ mont 4-3226. onner y of F.C. Bod. and Sons above Estate have been Bicycle. Hobby, Toy Shop. 206-7 I=:::::==:,;;:;~::::;;:;:~:==== Fine Watch and 128 Yale Ave. the underSigned, who East Balllmore Avenue, Clifton lock Repairs Swarthmore, Pa. persons having claims or Heights. MAdison 6-0713.0pp03lt. 1 ________ ....:.......:... _ _ agalnst lIle Estate 01 the Clifton Theater. F'Ol"' SALE -Guitar. Good as new. to make known the Case Included. $40. KIngswood 3- persons Indebted to PERSONAL .- THOM SEREMBA. 5751, to make Upholstered fUrniture renovated Claude reasonable 35 years experience. FOR SALE _ Take a bird feeder or Land Tille Chair bottoms repaired, $8. - up. a bird bath to your hostess this 10, Pa. Or Upholstery and slip covers In your holld S C th J' I Morris & fabric or from our samples. 11 years a.y. • ro ers, rs., 435 Push Title Bulldln,. 0 f Sw a rih more rer e rences. Free 4M5i5ll1 . Road. Walilogford. LOwell 6- Pa. estimates. LUdlow 6-7592. ., ..•............ DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME? We have several customers who want Swarthmore & area. Lis. With Us! Alice Tharbahn, Saleswoman - KI 3-8796 - for Ralph Rupert, Realtor - KI 3-90400- ••••••••••••••••• PEFSONAL - Have YOIrr ca( wash" FOR SALE - Baby ed and waxed. Reasonable. Kings, dillon. Reasonable. K1l0gswo,od wood 4-4886. 3329. ~~------------~I PERSONAL - Need a baby Sitter? FOR SALE - 119 v. TeleKlng room Not any more. Call Klngswood air condillon.r. K1ngswood 4-5379. 3-5068. !"OR SALE - Tape recorder, Crown, commercial quality, 1/3 oft their PERSONAL - For those of you who low list price. LOwell 6~2196. want to flnd and build amore suit­able place for yourselfln this troub- FUR SALE - CEDARCHES'r. tIlree led and potentially waf-tom earth, chests of drawers, two mirrors, two we suggest that you In.,esllgate the fioor lamps, anllque walnut bedside posslblllty of joining lI!ew commun- stand, .... so'ted electric appliances. Ity fonning In Australasia. Write LOWell 6-2196. Phllla, P.O. Box 1119, Washington I';;':"';;~";;';:";;;;~-------I KIngswood 3-1448 WILLIAM BROOKS Ashes and Rubbish Removed Lawns MOWed. Generai Hauling I Harding Ave. Morton, Po. ! -"_._- MaryEllen Bedd]OW, t. FLORIST .' '" 7 South Chlisfer R KI 3-8093 THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU .,.----------9 :1:3:,: D:'C:'=~;;::;;;:;;:===I FOdRuy bSeAdL. E$ 8-5. LNittelwe- Ucsaendi sSteurn m\;a!'npes FOR RENT small Kenmore vacuum cleaner. $15. SUNDAY-B:45o.m. AIR CONDITIONERS Call KlogBwood 4-2391. WFIL, 580 kc AMANA FOR RENT - Extra larse comforta- FOURS .S ACLaEl l - KNlnegws wlaodolde s3' -0b2ic'7y2c oler. ~i11ii~~~~~i~~ie~iil CARRIER b1,y fUrnished ro~m. Three closets. KIpgswood 4-4328. -Ge-nt-le-ma~n.~ K~ln~gs~w~oo~d -3-3-32-9,. IIFIOF~~; :'~~:;~~;;;;~i;.;;' CHRYSLER FOR RENT - Rulledge, modem, chairs, CA,13INI furnished apartment, living room, GENERAL ELECTRIC dinette, kltcben, two bedrooms, tile ~ogu)s jI"te,m,s~. slwjar~ei'~~~~~~~~~ bath, hardwood fioor, ,arage, laun- $J59.95 Up Private entrance. Third fioor A- FOR - Have two· 1:!!!~!!:~KI~n:!l!s":!0~0!!d~3:!:-~40~5~0:' __ 1 dish washer. FACTORY AUTHORIZED FOR RENT - One be"P-'m aparl- etc. Lowell°;'~7:~ve, Sales a-nd "'ervl'ce ment for nature lover. 10 wooded .;) t~!'c.~,on. Own patio NearMedia R.R. P station anll shoPl)lng. Fumlsbed or aper Baga few All Clean.'a unfUmlahed. LOwail 6-1061. Jack Prichard PAINTING INTERIOR & EXTERIOR Free Estimates Raymond J. Klngswood 3-8761 Dawson FUR RENT _ Apartment In beaull- op 2e1n0 EW~ va.tnS•, tn.lt_e7 : S 3t0. ,: -M9e dPia.M . thrffuue11e larleI lIIvv11l0)dllrI OorolOoommc, 1.tu~re~ re;d ~~~~~~~~~~~~lt~~ ELNWOOD (Except Wed. & Sat •• venln,s) 100m, _e, broken. Papers. l.r.o=e=':=:ell==:§~~====~;:;::=Sl=20=- FOR SALE -servel refrigerator,71!a CH,aI'SCm Ho •• I . cubic feet. Good condition •• is. I--L-O-S T-A-N... ..... KIncswooll 3- 0624. =---=J;.;;.;;:;;.;;;;.:~;....;;.;.:~------II Balllmore Pike & Lincoln Ave. FOR SALE - 1949 Cbryaler. In run- Swarthmore LOST - Male cat, . ....,. stripes, oInl ,condition with CUReot In-months old. Call KJnlswood spectiOll sticker. Heeds valve job. E.tabUsbed 1932 :L6O~S5T1 ~- 8D~u·ll; ~fn~rn~eEd ~d~aEu~8~8 1H:I.otrer over SU, JClolawood 3· Qulle!, Restful Sorroundlnra With _cellP 'OD8UO dUMa. Excellent 24-Hour Huraln, Care Aulll_ 2. It.walll.· Klng.wood 3-0272 FUEL OIL 3-l!'I65. August Special! 20% Discounl!!! . 'BOOKWAYS 417 Dartmouth Ave. KI 3-0926 Aluminum Siding Porch Enclosures Enameled white storm windows­' nsulatian and Roofin~ All V_. B_ '-1:.- __ WItJo' Oooe .... "DNA ROOFING A SmINGt::o. ....... , Pa. IB ... a .. CUSTOM KITCHENS by H. D. Church 3 PARK AVE., SWARTHMORE swood 4-2727 Convalescent Home 2507 Chestnut St., Chester TRemont 2-5373 24-Hour Nursing 'Care Aged, Senile, Chronic Convalescent- Men and Women Elcellent Food - SpacIous Groonds ~u~ Cross lJon<?ted Edwar.d a.. C.h i,.. GenelGl Contractor BUILDERS 'Since 1920' 're. 'dlmates 1401 Ridley Avenue Chasler, Pa • TR_ont 2-4759 TIl.mont 2.5619 Plctare Fr.ill ROGER RUSIEI.L ""Ot09fOpIJic Supplies BrATZ A IIOHaO. 8T8. IDOlA LOwell 6-2"6 OPD PlUDAY BVMHJH08 OIL BURNER SERVICE SWEENEY & CLYDE PAHON ROOFING: ROOFIN6, SPOUTIIG BUDGET PLAN COAL YAN ALEN BROTHERS, INt U1-I742 or LB 2-U40 , Eatebllahed 1858 29 EAST FIFTH STREET, CHESTER, PA. • TREMOMT.c-6311 ,• SAMUEL D. CLYDE • REAL ESTATE , 1"'2 - 1915 J. EDWARD CLYDE INSURANCE SAMUEL D. CLYDE,-JR. APPRAISALS - •• - . GUTTIRS StD1N6 , • • ,COMPANY •••• C•• established J873 • ' Free Estimates ., •• •.,, ,, •" MONTHL Y FINANCING ARRANGED , , • f ': Swarthm...o re, PQ. KI t-022J.S ••. "~ •• V ._2. S August 17, 1982 . 'Your Social Security THE SWARTHNOREAN applied for social security of what 1 would' get at 65? or the social seeur ty of lice and benefits In October gf 1960. At A. It depends o'n how long you apply tor Ii duplicate. that time my claim was turned will live alter you become 65. Q. - I heard they'd lowered the down as I had only 10 quarters On'the average. If you begIn to qUalifying age for men. Is this of coverage and needed 12 receive social securlt,Y.benefits- true? . quarters. Has there been any at 62, during your Ii1etlme you A.. ,(es. Now men and women Page 7 the month you're 62, they would be reduced 20%. It yoU would . have got $100 a month at-65. yoU would get $80 a month at 62. ' '.,------ Following is, one of a sedes of frequentlY asked questions and answers 00 SOcial Security. The series was preparei! by Herbert W. pruber, District Manager of the Chester Office. ·For fUrther Infonna­lion regarding these or any other questions you may have. contact the Social SecurI", Of lice, 305 Fldelity-Chester BuIlding, Chester, Pa. - telephone TRemont 4-5264. Q. How much is the social security tax rate? A. The rate for employees was 3% in 1961, in 1962 it is 3 1/8% and beginning 1963 it will be 3 5/8%. Your employers puy the same amount. The rate for self­employed - 4 ;5% in 1961, 4.7% in 1962 and 5.4% for 1963. These rates apPlY on earnings up to $4800 a year. change In the law which would will receive as much in total can get ret !rement checks at Harriet Eo HudgtD.1 of Academy now qualify me for benefits? benefits as if you waited until age 6~. However, If you take road and Carol Eo Vlnt of Rutledge A. There certain1.Y has! In age 65 to collect higher monthlY your check before 65 it is re- have completed the first phese of 1961, the social security law payments. duced. How much it will be their fresbman orientation at was amended, reducing the Q. I lost my social security reduced depends on how many Juniata College where they plan number of quarters needed by card. Should I get a new number? months you're under 65. For to enroll In September. Both are a woman born in 1898 from 12 A. No. Get fin application example: if you take your re- June graduates of Swarthmore quarters to 9 quarters. Persons Form 8&-5 from your post office titement checks' starting with High School. previously den~ed social se- t-I';;;;;;;;;;~;;;;;;;;;;;;~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;~i--'" Q. My benefit if $i05 a month. I have gone back \0 work and will make $~600 this year. Wil I be able to draw any social security? A. Yes: You can get $1060 of your social security - giving up $200. Q.. I am an unmarried woman born on June 19, 1898, who curity benefits because they r did not have sufficient quarters, should recheck with the social security office· to determ ine whether they can now qualify for benefits - SOme can. Q. Do you have any literature that tells how much a person will draw even though he's stili working? A. Yes. Write us for pamphlet OASI-23c, "You Don't Have to Rett <I CompletelY To Get Benefits ... Q. Is it wise for me to start receiving lDY social security at ag e 62 when I can get only 80% Polluted Air Threatens Life, Dirties Laundry; Whars Being Done About It? Dr. Francis K. Davis, Jr., of Wallingford, professor of physics at Drexel Institute of Technology and television weather farecoster, right, gives a progross report to John VI. 8adlne, President of Penierdel. Dr. Davis is deSigning a study of air pollution in the region under a Penierdel grant. How to discourage burglars, when away Prepared as a Public Service by the Burglary Prevention Week Advisory Committee. 11 S. Morgan St., Chic'KO 7, 1IlInois. CONNECT TIMER TO LAMP A darkened house, or a light thai bur~s all night. attracts burglars, Use automatic 1ime, to turn lights ON .3nd OFf eac:-' eve­ning. This malles _hOuse look lived'in and is a good protechve measure. CANCEL ALL DEUVER.!!ES A littered porch and lawn means you're aw.y, All,nle 10 ha'le '!Iai! held and all deliveries suspended durlnl your absence. AslI. a nellhbor to sweep your sidewalk and mow your lawn, too. " LOCK ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS Sfcurelr. lock III doors and windOWS, Use Ilfely atcbts on doors anlt windowS, too. Oon'r make a burll"'s job e.sy! LEAVE BLINDS PARlrlAlilY Tightly drawn blinds may keep the sun oul bul also betray Jour "absence." leave curtains ~nd blinds as you normally would, when home. NOTIFY POLICE Tell one neighbor and IGcal police of the dates you'll be aw,iy, They can keep an eye on thinls durin. your .bsence. CLOSE GARAGE DDDRS , A"P COFFEE SALEI SAVE 20-= ~.:~ III EIGHT O'CLOCK 1-lb. bag 49C 3 lb. bag $1.39 RED CIRCLE' 1-lb. bag 53C 3 lb. bag $1.51 BOKAR 1-lb. bag 57C 3 lb. bag $1.63 FRESH-2 TO 3 LB.-FRYING OR BROILING CUT-UP CHICKENS lb. 31-= U. S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED, OVEN READY 'TURKEYS 5 LBS. AND UP lb., C PRIDED HIGHER NONE CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS lb. c NONE PRICED HiGHER GRAPES 2 Ibs. '2·9C -HONEYDEWS JUMBO 8-SIZE each 49C INSTANT TEA HUDSON TETLEY a;~ 150 NAPKINS Frozen All Varieties . pkg. BRAND COLORS 6 boxes 85e ::ss:: DETERGENT SURF CHIC!.'!~re st:I!!, Mm 200 boinx 35e I SAVE I 2 6v. ... L 860 121'0 ..... 59c J5c giant &4e box canl can ______' _ _~ ' ___ I----------- CONCENSED DETERGENT ALL RINSO BLUE 24-0z. 3ge giant 77e box box 2 ~~::s67e FlUFFY DETERGENT TABLETS ALL VIM 3 t~~ 7ge 2-lb" 8-oz. 67e box LIQUID DETERGENT LIQUID DETERGENT SWAN LUX I SAVE I 13c 32-oz. plastic boHle 74e 12-oz. 3~ 22-oz. &2e bonle iJ- bottle BAR SOAP BAR SOAP LIFEBUOY LIFEBUOY I SAVE I 2 bath 3 ~egular 34e size 7c bars 26e SIZe bars BAR SOAP AEROSOL BOMB LUX AI RWICK Bath 3 bars44e can 75e Size DETERGENT WITH DISH CLOTH S'ILVERDUST 2 ~~::s69' CLEANER with AMMONIA HANDY ANDY I lAVE I 5c 15-oz. 34e bonle LIQUID DETERGENT WISK 2 pint 7ge cans BAR SOAP LUX ncl 4 .. gular 31' ~ .; •• b .... SHORTENING SPRY 2-lb., 10-0z. 15e cln AU PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY, AUGUST 18th, 1962 Springfield Shopping Center • 601 laltlmore 'Ik. -. ,

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INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE I:; p~a~.,~e_~(_;~~-~-~'~~~~-~~n'NiEW~SlNOTES----~T,MHr~s.E ;M;. .~C~. ;DWU~rAke~eR ~anTd; Hhe~rM ~O~MR~r.E a;n,d AM~rNs.~ ~O~sb~o~rn~eo H;.. P~a~dL- i~~T~o;m, ~To~p~pAin~gU a~n~d~ Esntn~is1 ,D1ul9in6g 2 PIANOS Captain John Tyler, U.S.M.C., children SUsan, Lisa, and Dickie dlson and their sons Carl and Sam of North Princeton avenue returned WHY NOT BUY JOUr ..... 1It pho.. Mrs. Tyler and their son J1itthew of watertown, N. Y. arrlvedTues- returned last weekend to thelrOg- on Wednesday, of lastweektothelr from a piano tun .. of 47,...' will leave Sunday after Vlsillng day night to visit ber mother Mrs. den aVenue home after a Visit of homes after spending eight weeks practical .. p.rlonco with all maud Capt. Tyler's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Deacon of Lafayette two months with Mrs. Paddlson'g at CampShaw.MI_Del_Eca, Lewls- lit will pay You In tho ond. A. L. Tyler of South Chester road avenue for two weeks. Mr. Durkee parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. burg.j\r._y ... A. L. 'ARKER LO '·1111 since July 22. Capt. Tyler will wl11 join thein later and drive the Prelhs, the first two weeks at :-- report to Camp Lejeune, N. C., family home. the Prlehs' home In VeniCe, Fla. ESTATE NOTICE on September I. Until then he and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunham of Mr. Paddlson returned to Swarth-his family will reside at Virginia Walllngfordwlll leave tomorrowfor more while Mrs. Paddlson, Sam, Estate of GRACE M. SMITH CULBERTSON deceased. (Late of the 50-rough o( Swarthmore, Del .. aware County. P8c.) Beach, Va., while Capt. Tyler a two-week camping trip In Flor- and Carl accompanied the Prelhs attends school at Little Creek. Ida. to their home In Pana, III. where LETTERS Testamentary On the abuve Estate have been granted··t.? the undersigned. who -a)i persons having claims o~": CLASSIFIED ADS against the Estate of the ptoe rsmoankse iknndoewbnte dt heto sathmee , and alII _____PE_RS_O_N_AL_ __ to make payment, without del~"'., to PERSONAL _ Two reliable teen-' ,\11en Messersmith, Executor, -Mur- age sisters aVailabl I b b phy Road. Chadds Ford. pnnno sitting one In JuniOre h'°ghr a y Or to h1S Attorneys: in Senior hi h 1 • one shade. Heins, Erskine ,,;.~ '. ,? Both. had ex- WANTED \V ANTED - Practical nurse desires position. Hospital experience, Swarthmore references. Call TRe­mont 4-3226. Mr. Paddlson joined them later. Jerry Clothier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Clothier of Rose Tree, MecUa traveled by bus to Pana where he visited Carl for several weeks, enjoying the Prelhs' ·'Queen Ranch," a short distance outside of Pana, where Mr. Prelhs breeds trotting and paCing horses and accompanying Mr. Preihs, an attorney, on trips WANTED _ House to rent in Swarth.. to county fairs, state peni-more for professional family with tentiaries. and courts. 1606 Phila. National B~-;'k ~D .. ii'~~ pellence 10 ChIld care smce sixth ing. Phil a .. 7. Pa. 3T-8-3 grade. KlngSWOlld 4-4195. ESTATE NOTICE PERSONAL - qarpentry jobbing, two charming small children. Will Mr. Fred R Wilson of Walnut Estate of EDNA POWNALL recreation rooms, book cases move as soon as available. Box lane returnedTue~dayfromashort BUFF1NGTON D d porches. L.. J.. Donnelly. KIngs: T. The Swarthmorean. I ~- tit T • ecease. (Late wood 4-3781. r'Sp;IEo p~.exasT'rl~G of the Borough of Swarthmore, --------------~WANTED _ Experienced teache, Delaware County. Pa.) PERSONAL P' L ETTERS Testamentary on the It· - lanD, t,u ning special- for Kindergarten Nursery School b E h s, mmor repamng. Qualified In Springfield. Weekday morning" S P E" I ALP RIC E August Special! 20% Discounl!!! BOOKWAYS a ~ve state ad been granted to b P' T h' I. Albert L. BUffington, now deceas- mem er lano ec mcians' Guild. ~~~~~~thr~ou~gh ~~J'l~ne:. ~C-all ONv EXTERIOR d All ten years. Learnan. KIngswood 4 4439 or KIngswood 417 Dartmouth Ave. e . persons having claims or 3-5155. '". ED AINI~ demands against the Estale of . _. ,. Edna Pownall BUffington are here- PERSONAL _ Custom-made slip WANTED T b ~~80F0air view Road KI 3-0926 by requested to make known the covers. Pin fitted in your home. -refri~erator' 0 be~e::al~o~!ectarniCd, . KI 4'::'3RQR jJ '-:::;:;:;=::::::==:::::;:;:::.:==::" same, and all persons Indebled to Y ly t 'al I ak io..'U,"U.'"l " JOHNs' ou supp rna en . m e them. nine cubic feet capacity In good M • NVII,I..... 1 .t he Estate of Edna Pownall Buff- Wo rk guaran t eed , promp t service. working order. Phone KIngswood ,... E. mgton are requested to make P"l'- CLearbrook 9-6311, 3-0644. Aluminum Siding ment, without delay. to Claude C. Porch Endosures SLmanitdh , TSitUlec cBeeudiilndgin gE.x ePchuitloard,e l1p6h1i1a PERSONAL - Gilbert's Steam Wall IVAN TED G Typing, ironing, baby E name I e d w h ite star", windows. 10, Po. Or to his Attorneys: nuane. sr.raping, remove paint over sittl' ng. C•all •LO'''e ll Y- urn I nsu Ia tion and ~oofin~ Morris & Heckscher, 161~ Land paper. Interior painting. George sitting. Call LC>.vell 6-7444. I 'Gilbert. TRemont 4-1082. WANTED -Care of five. and A" Y_r R_ ' .. pI __ TPait. e Building. Philadel3pTh.i.-aB 1107, rP:ER~SIONDArL ~~R~o~ofi~ngJ, ~~~:t abtlher eweo-ymeaanr,- o2l5d sh. ouCros ma pweteeenkt., frievlei - - Wi,., o.e PI. .... ESTATE NOTICE gulters. Recreation ,-';'--, hours daily. Klngswood 3-6445. Jewelry Repaired Ph. KI 3-4216 ~ENNA ROOFING A Estate of ALBERT L. BUFF- specialty. Ray J. Foster. -. SmING CO !NGTON deceased. (Lale of the 9-2713. WANTED -Practical nurse desir.s EMIL SPIES • Borough of Swarthmore. Delawarel-::-------------I position. Hospital experienoe. WATCHMAKER lIIort_. Pa. County. Pa.) PERSONAL - Bicycles repaired; Swarthmore reforences. Call TRe- F IfF C LETTERS ~. On .t~e parts. accessories. Milt Glass - mont 4-3226. omrer yo. . Bode and Sons above Estate have ~een d'to Bicycle. Hobby. Toy Shop. 206-1 ,,:===~===;::::===;:;:::;:==== Fine Watch and 128 Yale Ave. ptheor sounnsd ehrasivginnegd c, lawi!mO~s~ "o~'r. ;~E.~.:."~!l il~EH~ae~isg~th~tBs~a. lM~t~Aimd~iosro~ne~ A6~v e~0n7~ul~3e.~0,~pC~Pu0~f3t~1ot~en 1_ ____F_O_R _S_A·_ ~' . r~_: ____ lock Repairs SWarthmore, Pa. against the Estate of the Clifton Theater. e<:l" S~LE -Guitar. Good as new. KIngs'No d 3 144 to make known the .nA ... C I I d d a - 8 , _U, ~ PERSONAL ase nc u e • $40. KIngswood 3- XI 3.9Z00 ~ ." - .",.-"-;:~' persons Indebted ~u.> .. the, THOM SEREMBA. 5751. WILLIAM BROOKS to make paymenl. ~~,~ ~~~ Upholstered furniture renovated 1..;,;..:...:.::-. _________ 1 Claude C. Smith, }.~~7 reasonable 35 years experience. FOP. SALE _ Take a bird feeder or Ashes and Rubbish Removed j I.' Land Title Building, Chair bottoms repaired, $8.' up. a bird bath to your hostess this Lawn M d /j~Q;;k;; I ~ ~!~l ~ I CUSTOM KITCHENS by 10, Pa. Or to his Attorneys'. no,.n. Upholstery and sUp covers in your s owe. General HauUng , f b I holiday. S. Crothers. Jrs .. 435 Plush "'6' H MOllis & Heckscher, 1'611 arc or from our samples. 11 years Mill Road. Wallingford. LOwell 6- f." arding Ave. Morton, Po., f TP iLle BUilding, Philadelphia 10, oesf timSwataersth. mLoUrdel owre f6e-r1e5n9c2e.s . Free 4551. a. 3T-8-17 _ 1 ,.;.:..:..:.:...-_______" '-___ 1 H. D. Church l' _._-,-- .~ .............. . DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME? We have several customers who want Swarthmore & area. List With Us! Alice Thorbahn, Saleswoman - KI 3-8796 - for Ralph Rupert, Realtor - KI 3-9400- ••••••••••••••••• AIR CONDITIONERS AMANA CARRIER CHRYSLER PEFSONAL - Have YOUT car wash­ed and waxed" Reasonable. Kings wood 4-4886. PERSONAL - Need a baby silter? Not any more. Call KIngswood 3-5068. FOR SALE - Baby Crib. Good con· ditlon. Reasonable. Klngswood 3- 3329. FOR SALE - 119 v. TeleKing room air conditioner_ Klngswood 4-5319. FOR SALE - Tape recorder. Crown, commercial quality, 1/3 off their PERSONAL - For those of you who low list price. LOwell 6-2196. want to lind and build a more suit-able place for yourself In thl s troub- FOR SALE - CEDAR CHEST, three led and potentially War-tom earth, chests or drawers, two mirrors, two we suggest that you Infestlgote the fioor lamps, antique walnut bedside possibility of joining atew commun- stand. o:\"is;)rted electric appliances. ity fanning In Australasia. Write LOwell 6-2196. Mary Ellen Beddow t FLORIST --~~ -'7 South Chester Ro~ KI 3-8093 THE BIBLE SPEAKS Phillo, P.O. Box 1119, Washington ---..;..;:..:.;...:;..;.--------1 TO YOU 13. D.C. FOR SALE - Little-used Simmons ~===;:;;:;;=;:;;:;:;;:===:I daybed. $85. New canister type - FOR RENT small Kenmore vacuum cleaner. $15. SUNDAY-8:45o.m. Call Klngswood 4-2391. WFIL, 560 kC FOR RENT - Extra large comforta- FO$2R5 .S ACLaEll - KNinegws wlaodolde s3' -b0i2c1y2c oler. ~~ii~i~~~~~i~-~~iil bly furnished room. Threeclosets. KI~gswood 4-4328. ... .... e"!&!!tg,.<~ Genlleman. KIDgswood 3'3329. - .... - .. ~ - IF-OR- R-E-N-T --It-ut:le;dg~e,- m~od~em-, -unI- FOchl<'B!'r:s,A, Lo;; :~LO;~~nh~·T ."T" '-.,.~.. . ...:: n'~':.~~_ Jack Pr,'chard furnished apartment, living room, glassware, -elrum '~I I. ~~~tte, kitchen. Iwo bedrooms, tile ous Items: I.";;;:;'" A_;n.;· PAINTING IJtun. hardwood Ooor, garage, laun- ~,';{: ~~:"Y~ entrance. Third fioor A- FOR SALE - Moving - Have two- II' ,~~~.~ . ~ '~.~~~~3~-~40~5~0~._==.~i year-old G.F.. portable dish washer. Westinghouse double oven stove, FOR RENT - One bedroom apart- crib, beds, etc. LOwell 6-3473. ment I.~for~n n~patautrieo lNoveaerr :M Iend iwa oRo.dRe.d FOR : - Irer pi shopping. Furnished or Inch <.; with -i/:l LOwell 6-1061. poWer, 1726 capaCity, start d~:~rle shaft motor. Bell pulleys, and t"UI •• FOR RENT In beouti- I.L..;,...0-w-el;;,;I-6;...,-7,.;.2;;,;9..,;4,.;.. _____ _ ~ S:l~~~e.:, room F'OR I -,On,_ three bedrooms, .ill. bal.! • t1!re re!! ~75. INTERIOR & EXTERIOR Free Estimates Klngswaod 3-8761 ~!r - .. '1m ELNWOOD 3 PARK AVE •• SWARTHMORE Klngswood 4-2727 ;1 II! ~,~., !. Qii! :,1 'I Belvedere Convalescent Home 2507 Chestnut St., Chester TRemont 2-5373 24-Hour Nursing Care Aged. Senile, Chronic Convalescent- Men and Women Excellent Food - Spacloos Grounds Bl1J~ Cross Honored J Edward 8. Chipm. and Sol General Contractor BUILDERS 'Slnce 1920' 'ree ."'mafes 1-40 I Ridley Avenue Chester. Pa. TRemont 2·4759 TRemont 2·5689 --'-- GENERAL ELECTRIC $159.95 up FACTORY AUTHORIZED Sales and Service Paper 8ags for All Clean.,s Raymond J. Dowsor. 210 w •• t State St., Media Open Evenings 7:30 :- 9 P.M. (Except Wed. & Sat. livening.) room, kitchen, deck ~'";. ~::=::;;::;;:;:;:;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;~ Dear transportation. -$i20~· LOwell 6-6516. FOR SALE -servel refrigerator. 1* I"'==:=:::=::==~=;:;::::;:::::===;:;;:I cubic feet. Good condition. $15. Co.val,sc." HOlle Picture Framinc ROGER RUSStU FUEL OIL OIL BURNER SERVICE BUDGET PLAN COAL YAN ALEN BROTHERS, INt KI 3-4742 or LB 2.2«0 LOST ANI) FOUND 3- 0624. -----======--=-IFOR SALE - 1949 Chryaler. In run­LOST - Male cal. ray stripes. olx niDI condition with current In­months old. Cal Y.lngswood 3- spectlon sticker. Needs valve Job. 6516. &es,1 orter over $15. Jllngowood 3- Baltimore Pike &. Lincoln Ave. Swarlhmore Eslabllobed 1932 Photographic Supp/iet. BTATE .. II!(ONBOJ: IITII. II!IBDIA c1lp-on oun &lasses. 'FOR,!: - ,.. Restful Surroundings With and Excell~nt 24·Hour Nursing Care LOwell 6-2116 pme AUI\l91 2. Reward. _,.!'~~'I • ...: .. i. 3-2105. ani re-I Klngswood 3-0272 OPEN PRIDAY EVJ:NINOS ~~ SWEENEY & CLYDE itiiiiii· ~ iii f'PATTON ROOF1NGl ROOFING SPOmNGUl Established 1858 29 EAST FIFTH STREET. CHESTER, PA. TREMONT 4-6311 SAMUEL D. n YDE 1812 - 1955 J. EDWARD n YDE SAMUEL D. CLYDE, JR. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE APPRAISALS ----U---_II~ftUIllIll"IUnll"II!IIII1"I~lIl11lmll"IIINIIIHIII~HIIIII~ ~ COMPANY 1 6UTTERS SIDING , : .• established J873 ,• Free Estimates • •• •• • ~ ,•• ",, , . : MONTHt Y FINANCING ARRANGED f : Sworthmore, PQ. KI .4-022J .• ; : .... ,.,. ...._• •_: ~·..:ii.l~ ...........11 11., .- -----.......6 . August 11,1962 THE SWARTHMOREAN Iy S' I Se 'Iy applied for social security of what I would get at 65? or the social security office and our OCI8 cun benefits in October of 1960. At A. It depends on how long you apply for a duplicate. Following is one of a sedes of that time my claim was turned will live after you become 65. Q. I heard they'd lowered Ihe frequently asked questions and down as I had only 10 quarters On the average, if you begin to qualifying age for men. Is this answers on Social Security. The of coverage and needed 12 receive social security. benefits true? series was preparea by Herbert W. . Page 7 the month you're 62. they would be reduced 20%. If you would. have got $100 a month at 65, you would get $80 a month at ~2. • Gruber. District Manager of the quarters. Has there been any at 62, during your lifetime you A. y:es. Now men and women Chester Office. ,For further informa- change in the law which would will receive as much in tota.. can get ret iremen! checks at Harriet Eo Hudgins of Academy tlon regarding these or any other now qualify me for benefits? benefits as if you waited until age 6~. However, If you take road and Carol E. Vlnt ofRuUedge questions you may have, contact A. There certainly has! In age 65 to collect higher monthly your check before 65 it is re- have completed the first phase of the Social Security Office, 305 19 th ' I . I Fidelity-Chester Building, Chester, I 61, e sOCIa sec*nty aw payments. duced. How much it will be their freshman orlenlallon at Pa. - telephone TRemont 4-5264. was amended, reduclng the Q. I lost my social security reduced depends on how many Junlala College where they plan Q. How much is the social number of quarters needed by card. Should I get a new number? months you're under 65. For to enroll In September. Both are security tax rate? a woman born in 1898 from 12 A. No. Get "'" application example: if you take your re- June graduates of Swarthmore A. The rate for employees was quarters to 9 quarters. Persons Form S5-5 from you' post office tire,,,ent checks slarting with High School. 3%in 1961, in 1962 it is 3 1/8% previously d.enied sucial se.I-•• ;;;;;;;;;;;~;;;;;;;.;.;;;~~;~;~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;.- and beginning 1963 it will be c*nty benefits because they r 3 5/8%. Your employers pay the did not have sufficient quarters, same amount. The rate for seif- Shoul? recheck with the social employed _ 4.5% in 1961, 4,1% sec*nty office to determ ine in 1962 and 5.4% for 1963. whether they can now qualify These rates apply on earnings for benefits - some can. up to $4800 a year. ~. Do you have any literature Q. My benefit if $105 a month. that tells how much a person I have gone back to work and will draw even though he's will make $1600 this year. Will still working? I be able to draw any social A. Yes. Write us for pamphlet security? OASI-23c, "You Don't Have A. Yes. You can get $1060 of to Reth! Completely To Get your social security - giving Benefits." up $200. Q. Is it wise for me to start -~. I am an unmarried woman receiving my social security at born on June 19, 1898, who ag e 62 when I can get only 809, Polluted Air Threatens Life, Dirties Laundry; What's Being Done About It? Dr. Francis K. Davis. Jr •• of Wallingford, professor of physics at Drexel Institute of Technology and television weather forecaster, right, gives a progress report to John VI. Bodine, President of Penjerdel. Dr. Dovis is deSigning a study of air pollution in the region under a Penjerdel grant. How to discourage burglars. when away Prepared as a Pllblic Service by the Burglary Prevention Week Advisory Committee. 11 S. Morgan St., Chicago 7. IllinOIS. CONNECT TIMER TO LAMP A darkened house. or a light !lJat burns all night. attracts burgllfS U~e automatic time' to turn lights ON and Off eae;' eve· ning. This makes house look Iwed·1n and IS a good protechwe measure CANCEL ALL O£llIVER A litlered porch and lawn. means you're away. Arrange to have mall held and all deliveries suspended durIO, your absence. Ask a neiahbor to sweep your Sidewalk and mow your lawn, too LOCK AIL DOORS AND WINDOWS Securely lack 0111 doors ~nd window~. Use safety '.atches on doors and windows. too. Don'l make I bUllla,'s job easy! LEAVE BLINDS rightly drawn blinds may keep the sun out. but also betray your ·'absence." leave (urlalns anti blinds as you normally would, when home NOTIFY POLICE Tell one neighbor and local police of the dales you'll be a.way. They can keep an eye on things dUflng your absence. CLOSE GARAGE DOORS Keep i""e doors closed. An e:mJlly la· Jlle wilh the doors open, Indlutes no one 'is home. II's a IMd idea to keep garden. tools and I'dders locked up, too. OtherWise a p,owler may use them 10 let Inlo yuur home. A&P COFFEE SALE! SAVE 6c ON THE ••• 1-1B. BAG ••• SAVE 20c ON THE ••• 3-1B, BAG ••• EIGHT O'CLOCK 1.lb. bag 49C 3 lb. bag $1.39 RED CIRCLE I-lb. bag 53C 3 lb. bag $1.51 BOKAR '-lb. bag 57C 3 lb. bag $1.63 FRESH-2 TO 3 LB.-FRYING OR BROILING lb. CUT-UP CHICKENS Ib·3IC NONE U, S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED, OVEN READY 'TURKEYS 5 lBS. AND UP lb. C PRICED HIGHER NONE CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS GRAPES HONEYDEWS JUMBO 8·SIZE 2 Ibs. each 4 #30345C cans Frozen TOMATOE.S ORB:~~~G SWANSONTVD NERS FACIAL TISSUES P~~:~~A~ All Varieties . pkg. 4ge INSTANT TEA HUDSON TETLEY 3;:. 15e NAPKINS TUNA FISH CHICKEN OF THE SU LICHT MUT 200b~x35e BRAND COLORS 6 boxes Of 400 tissues DETERGENT SURF rmn ~ giant box S5e 2 6~-o •• 65c 12\>-0 •. 59C cons can ___________ _ DETERGENT WITH DISH CLOTH S'ILVERDUST 2 ~:::56ge CONCENSED ALL 24-01. 3ge giant 77e box box DETERGENT RINSO BLUE 2 large 67e boxes CLEANER with AMMONIA HANDY ANDY DETERGENT TABLETS VIM 2-lb., 8-oz. 67e !lox LIQUID DETE-R-G-EN-T--I--L-:-IQ--U=I-D-O-E-T--ER-G-E-N--T-LUX WISK FLUFFY ALL 3 ~~~ 7ge I lAVE I 5e 15-01. 34C boHle LIQUID DETERGENT SWAN I SAVE I 13c 32·0%. plastic bottle 74e 12-oz. 3~ 22·oz. 62e boHle .,- bottle 2 pint 7ge cans BAR SOAP LIFEBUOY bath 2 size 26e bars I SAVE I le BAR SOAP Bath Size LUX 3 bars44e BAR SOAP LIFEBUOY 3 ~egular 34e size bars AEROSOL BOMB AIRWICK can 75e BAR SOAP LUX n;-, 4 ",ul., 310 ~I ,; .. b." SHORTENING SPRY 2·lb., H)·oz. 15e can ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY. AUGUST '8th. '962 Springfield Shopping Center • 601 Baltimore Pike

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{ Page 8 ..... aDd 1IrII. Robert RJcbardsoo of Crest _ have returned after encUng 10~ of motoring leisurely In Massachuselts, Ylslt­Ing Mr. RlcbardsOn's aUD! In Win­chester aod Mr. and Mrs. Edmund A. Harris In DWlbury. Mr. aDd Mrs. D. Thomas Hast­Ings ofn.yIoIIa Beach,Fla.,arrlved Wednesday to visit Mr. Ifa8tll!gs' brotherCIn-Iaw and sister Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Littlefield of SWarth· mo~e place over the weekend. Rose Inc .. ,MIDDLETOWN ROAD, MEDIA . Opposite Highmeadow - (between DuttonMlll Road IUId Knowlton Road) Telephone - TRemont 2-7206 fI Ask for Ben Palmer" CONSTRUCTION Walls . Walks . Terraces g~ SHADE TREES p~ BROADLEAVED EVERGREENS * POTTED STAR ROSES· * and Miniature Roses POWER SPRAYING WE DELIVER Open Daily until 5:30 P.M. Sundays 12 until 5:30 P.M. TQI!;. SW ARTHlio'REAN. tROOP 331 HoME (Continued from Page 1) llartotheAmerlcanliturbrldeeVll-lage. There we were able (0 see the old bome Induatrles, house styles, and fashions. We alsosawclothlng as well as semple traditional SWe­dish cooking. In the evening the girls who had heen with families . joined us and we saw a half hour of SWedish folk dancing. It was a ·most enjoyable excursion. lIOn Sunday morning we took a tour of City Hall which Is modern and very beautiful. Some. girls then went to visit families. Others went to see the Vasa, an old sailing ship that had been raised out oUhe bar­bor, and some wentlnsearchofthe Eisenhowers,· who were also In Stockholm. Three lucky girls -San­dy Barford, Dorothy Gatewood, and Janie Moore, got to talk to Mamie Eisenhower and shake her hand. .. We lett Stockholm on the train early Monday aflernoon. Thirty hours later we arrived In Amster­dam. We are staying at a lovely youth hostel In Haarlem, about a hall hour by train fromA msterdam. Since arrival we have had a birth­day party for Mrs. Gatewood, taken trips to Amsterdam, The Hagoe, ~~;~;~~;~;~~~~~. ~. ;~~~~~~~~~~~I Dwehlelrte, twhee csahwee sthe e mPaerakceet aPta lAaclke-, meer t and Amsterdam. rhlsevening We had an Indoneslan dinner In Am­sterdam' followed by a boat ride through the co.nals and harbor. To­morrow we hope to rent bikes and cycle to the beach. The EAGLE EYE GROUP .-----~ and the HAVE BEEN BUYING LIKE CRAZY 1 from OUf ZP. r egular SPECIAL • pnce window WATCH IT! IT CHANGES REGULARLY THE CAMERA & HOBBY SHOP 4-6 Park Avenue. Swarthmore , KI 3-4191 Friday 9 to 8:30 Saturday 9 to 1:00 Speciall Swift's Premium e, We leave onSundayforBrussels, the last major stop on our trip." Thanks Mrs. Miller August 12, 19~2 "Our arrival In BelglumonSun­day morning was a gala occasion because we were mel at the Brus­sels train station by Mr. ani! Mrs. Peter Mlll~r, former residents of Swarthmore, now l1vlnglnI!russels, and a group of U.S. Armyoftlcers. They conveyed us by slill cars 10 tbe Internallonal School grounds, where we were treated to anAmerl­can picnic lunch. II was the works; hamburgers, polato chips, etc., This was provided by a resident Ameri­can Intermediate Troop. "We also had an afternoon at games and songs by a group of Bel­glan Guides and leaders. The Bel­glan. ilrls also explalnedaboultbelr unUorms and gave each of us a copy . of a little nagazlne which tbey had printed. We all greatly enjoyed the . opportunity to meet the Belgian Guides aod we really appr~claled the American food. Afterwards Ibe cars took us to the Girl Guide pen­sion where we were to stay. That nlgbt three of the Belgian leaders came over for an evening of sing­Ing and ge\Ungacqualnted. Welearn­ed a lot and had a very pleasant evening. f'Monday afternoon one of the Belgian Guide leaders look usona walking tour of Brussels. She ex· plalned· various places of Interest and pointed out several goodstores. On Tuesday we had a free day ant N SS BEEF ROASI It COllI .. mare to .. ;0, tIte ..., fit •••. The 401.s I I •• AClAUS POOD MAIKIT • i' were able to use the Information she had ~ven Us. ' "Tb8 pension offered minimum laundry facilities. Mrs. MIllergen­erously Invited us to her house for supper andlenl us berlaundrYroom. Thanks to her and to Mrs. Luzanne Hill, the leader of tbe Intermediate Troop, an of o~r uniforms werema ... chine laundercid and pressed. Mrs. Miller also servedus a magnUlcent supper. For all she did for us we are extremely gratefUl. .. .' AUIuS.t 17, 1962 macnlflcent·view. Therei.epacncf OUl' bags for the trip borne, played soccer wUhagroUpofGermanboys celebrated Marty Moscrlp'sbtrth­day, andspenloorlastnlgblInEur': ope. 11 was a beautllul setting for the end of a'WonderfUl trip. rcThls morning's bus·brought us from Holleofels to tbe alrpol'l. At 2 we watchedaSabenaplanetakeBar­. hara Hall and Catby Hoffnan off to Brusselswbere tbeywouldboard a Sabena jet for home. Then at 5:30 our Icelandic plane lellthealr­port and we are now hom:ward bound •. "When you read tbis we wtll al­ready be bomeand you.wlllprobab­ty will have beard -all about our wonderful 'trip. It has been an ex­perience we shall always remem­ber. We wish to thank all 01 you who helped make ourjourneyposslble." ~. On Wednesday morning, re­splendent in our pressed uniforms, we took a .traln to Bruges. This beautiful medieval town, once the greatest port north of Ilaly, Is now very peace~l and : serene!. Many of the old manor houses, churches,and palaces have been turned Into mu­seums. The town Is Interlaced wltb a series of canals and Is ODe olthe prettiest Places' wehaveencounter­ed. During our first afternoon tbere we wanderedtbroughtbe slreetsand .Mr. and Mrs. Richard Restrepo museums, stopplnglowatcbtbelace- of Dartmouth circle spent five makers Who seemed to be every- days In early August at WllIlams­where. At the hostel, which was burg, Va. Their sons Mark and large and modern, we met a group Jobn visited tbelr grandparents of Dutch Rangers,SenlorScoutsllke Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Restrepo In ourselves. Some of us excbanged Ocean CUy, N. J., during their addresses. It was with reluctance absence. that we left Bruges latetbefollow- Mr. and Ms. J. Passmore Ing afternoon for LUXEMBOURG. Elklnton of Harvard avenue ar-· There we were greeteCl by a very rived home Wednesday from Mo-long hike with our luggage down a honk _L ake ,N. Y0 , wh ere the y cliff to get to the hostel. Wedldfl- spent four·weeks. nally· make It. ~;;~~~~~?&~a;~~~~ Luxembourg "F~lday was spenl expiorlng I .. uxembourg, once a great meineval fortress town. Particularly In­teresting was the system of caves hewn In the rock cliffs along tbe city which were originally cannon rooms and which serveddnrlngthe last two w8fs as alrraJd shelters. The next morning we IJI)ved 'way out of the city to Hollenfels YOl!th Hostel, abeautIfUllOtb Centurycas-. tle. Part Is In ruins but tbe rest Is .a comfortable en.o.u gb 1I0stel with a ~---. THE SWEET SHOP COLONIAL COURT APTS. KI 3-4597 CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS HOMEMADE CAKES, CQOKIES & CANDIES STOIiE) HOURS Monday & Frl", 9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. TIIOS., Wed., Thllrs., Sot. 9:30 to 5:30 EDGEMONT AVENUE, SEVENTH AND WELSH STREET FaU! School! Oillderella They·re bere now • • • those fashion-right. new back·to-scbool fasldons by CiDderella that you've been. seeing In your favorite mag.· zines. . They're al.l easy-care u can he Ioo! Come see theIil all. SIz .. 2'5 895 3t06x to Sizes 395 1095 7 to 14 to G1rIa-DowaIIaIn s ...... .1 ·Swnrthr.lore S~IEl.rt)imore C.olIesl' L1 brRr~ ,.. .. " l't> • '. . , SWARTHMORE COI.r,F.GJ: LI.B'" RARY THE SWARTHMO ------------ VOLUME 34 - NUMBER 3-4 ~-------------S-W~AR~T~HM~O~RE~, ~rA~.,~ F~RI~DA~Y~, A~U~GU-S-T -24-, 1-96-2 -------------------$4-.0-0 -P-ER- -YE-A-R SWIM RRAYSAl FROM JAPAN . SCAC IN DRIVEr~~ -~~-~f-~lE-S:I-Y- --C"""'O-U-EG-E:':;;T:':"'HEA';";:;';';"TR":"::E= CLUB TOMORROW er;;,!e;:~~! :~i:;t:t~~~~~;:;= FOR MEMBERSHIP Roal Estato, Porsonal Prop. HOLDS BENEFIT rived onMonday from his home In e.ty and Por Capito taxel must FRIDAY CIRCUS Kurume, Japan, to make his home NOW WILL SPONSOR be paid by 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. with the Edgar E, Wrege famtly of ust 31, to" obtain' tho 2 per cent The College Theatre, swarth­more, Is cooperating wltb the Pblladelphla In qui r e r and the Pblladelphla Variety Club to ralae additional money needed for the handlcspped children'S camp. Ev­ery year about this time, promin­ent people from all walks of life are seen on street corners and In shopping centers with top hats and gold aprons selling the special· 'Happiness' edition of the Inquirer to gather fUnd. for this cause. DRAWS CROWD Walnut lane during the the .school ALL H's. SPORTS dllcount. year. John A. Schumacho., ca"oct. At 1 p.m. Saturday SWarthmore Swim Club members of all ages will divide Into two teams, Garnet and WhIte, aod do tbelr best to outdo eacb otber In a variety of relay races to eapture the 1962 championship bucket for their Mrs. Wrege and Bill met ~jm In At lhe SWarthmore CItizens Atb- I or of tax .. , suggosts that any. Philadelphia Monday afternoon as letlc Commlltee's first meeting of an. having quostlons should he arrived by bus with eight otber the year July 31,Presldentwesley. co" him at Klnglwoad. 3.3151. visitors from abroad. He had ar- Hoge ouUlned plans for the forth­rived InLos Angeles by jet plane coming year. By.unan1mous vote, On August 16 and was nown to ChI- It was decided to Include Cross cago wbere ne began the bus trip. Country (a new sport In 1961) aod team. His plans beyond this year at girl's Hockey In Its sponsorship. At 1 p.m. next Thursday Sea­colts, the young understudies for the club's competlllve Seahorse team, will bold their first champ­Ionship meet to determine the best 'IU-around girl and boy swimmers Swarthmore High School Include All varsity sports for girls and a half year of addlllonal prepara- boys are now under tbe sponsor­tory study In Japan before be en- ship of the S.C.A.C. ters Tokyo University. He hOpes General background and history to serve In his country's diplomat- regarding the membership ani! Ie service. function of the S.C.A.C. is as fol- In tbelr ranks. Spectators surrounding lb. slx­lane pool, three deep, Frldayeve­nillg, applauded the 1962waterbal­let school's verslon of the IIgreat_ est show on earth." PUBLIC LIBRARY' THANKS VOLUNTEERS Resplendent In traditional white After a very successful avm-breeches, red coat, ~d toP hat mer's trlal,theSwarthmorePublic Millard Robinson added rlngmas- Llbrary~s volunteer aide program er laurels to his previous renown t.as planned an expansion for lbe as athletic coach and pool manager. fall months. The 15 adult volun- As wild and tamed animals, teers wbo donated tbelr lime and tbelr trainers, clowns and other 'skllls aI a variety of jobs - pr!­artists of the "big top" paraded marlly typing, mending, and sllp­around the pool and performed ping retUrned books - In lbe 11- their acts, many strange animate brary's first scheduled program of , and Inanimate creations, Including volunteer asalslance played a ma­a bicycle, did their stints In the jor part In lbe success and smootb water. operation oflbe library's vacatlon- Numbers Included:. time activities. This volunteer Majorettes (B. Gerner, K. Her- staff Included: schel, W. Fowler); Lions (R. Mrs. Joseph Lynch, Mrs. Walter kurtzhal2, D. Nelson, S. Brown, N. Douglass, Mrs. DanIel Goldwater, Turner, S. Hosford, N. Campbell) Mrs. Dudley Heath, Mr. and Mrs. . and: Tl!lIler (P. Wlglon); Aqua- Artbur Hocb, Mrs. Josepb Gold­maills (Mesdames Brown, Hi,r- berg, Mrs. A. M. Lackey, Mrs. schel, CorneliUS. FOX, Gersbach, Walter Lucasse, Mrs. Jam e s Gary, l"p and Wynkoop); Seals (S. Kietzman, Mrs. Eugene Finnegan, Wigton, B. Carroll, M. Dethloff, Mrs. Leslie Walmsley, Mrs., Ken­M. McCurdy, L. Fry, E. Cella); neth Parry, and Olive Perry. New Zealand Birds (s. Caldweli, LibrarlanMary Ann Hunsicker D. WllIlams, S. Robinson, J. expressed her enthusiastic ap­Schmidt); Bareback Riders G. preclatlon for tbe volunteer's ex­Pefrsol, C. Brodbead); Trapeze tenslve and valuable work, extend­Artists (T. McCurdy, J. lJumm, Ing special thanks to Mrs. John B. Gerner, S. Hosford); Clowns Petroskas WhO, demonstrating ber (G. Sherwin, S. Kamp,R. Sublette); own knowledge and skills In book Elephant (R. McCurdy); Lion (D. mending, gave a series of Instruct­McCurdy); Gorilla (G. Herschel); Ion In book repair to several Bear (C. Gersbach). groups of volunteers In Jline and Janet Taylor was assisted In July. lows: . In 1944 an anonymous group of fathers Interested In the high school .football program pledged themselves to give financial ald to cover miscellaneous e_nses not covered by the scbool football bud- . get. The gl·oup. also volunteered to assist In the personal expenses of boys whose famllies were unable to absorb them. The group tunc tloned this way for several years. Later, however", the gro'up ree­ognlzed the boys participating In sports other than football, and3Iso abandoned Its anonymity, openly soliciting members from interest­ed parents and friends. NOW, as In tbe past several years, the only source pf fUnds Is tbe nominal yearly dues paid by the members. The commlltee cooperates with and supporla the scbool activities and the coaching staff, always be­ng careful not to Interfere wltb school pOlicy. It sponsors SUpple­mental activities that fall outside the official school program. Some examples are: The Football Barbecue, Fall, Winter and Spring Sports Banquets, and special awards for athletic achievement • Although this com mlltee was originally formed to recognize lbe Football team, It has througb tbe years spread Its Interests to Bas­etball, Track and BaSeball. A few years ago, girls' Basketball and Lacrosse were Includedlntbepro­gram. With inclusion of Cross Counlry and girls' Hockey, all Var­sity sports for boys and girls are CROSS COUNTRY BEGINS 2nd SEASON SHS BOYS START PRACTICE MONDAY Tbe omclal call went out last· week to 40 hlgh school boys who had expressed an Interest last spring or were recommended for cross country. Tbough some oUbe . boys will still be away, tbe first practice will be Monday at 4:30 behind the College Field House. All tbose notified plus otber inter­ested boys are encouraged·to come. According to coacbDudieyHeatb the team can be expected to im­prove on last year's 4-4 record. 'Other schools have lost key men while most of Swarthmore's strength will be returning, Last year's leiter winners Tim Jenklns, Jim KIngham, and Ron Snyder should be closely followed by Baker Simmons, Rick Draper, and Dong Tolley. Ably supporting this group will be: Returning Seniors George Her­schel and Rick Ullman and Juniors Mat" Johnson,Ste"" Polgar, Frank Molloy, JohnShlgeoka,Phil Zbook­off, and Ron Weiss. Bill y{rege, Pete Curzon and· Dick Creasy will be back to man­age again. Bill madky, Mark Larsen, aod Jim Conwell will be out for the . first time and any other Interested sophom*ores will be most welcome. Losses from last year Include Tom Atkins, Dlno McCurdy,Chuck Soule, and Dick Edwards. Tbe first race· Is on September 25. All boys who can not atIend practice next week will be prac­ticing on their own. The College has generously al­lowed the team to use their course for borne meets again this year. Kiddie. In this area can help too by attending an f. extra special t, children'S matinee on Monday, A~gust 27, at 1 p.m. There will be color cartoons and HThree Worlds of Gulliver" as an out­standing Children's feature. The regular matinee prlceo prevail and !all proceeds go direcUy to tbe' ;handicapped youngsters. i Each summer season manywor­ithy children enjoy one fUll montb ;of fUn at the Variety Club Camp. I Anyone knowing of a handicapped .. youngster who would like to attend jthls camp should get In touch wltb :the manager of the CollegeThea­Itre. 1 This year, more. ll'Joney Is need­ied than ever before as this Is tbe iflrst year ot afftllatlon with the Children's Hospital. A new wing Is to be added to the bospllal to care for handicapped children all througb lbe year. LAOTIAN VISITORS LEAVE Mr. aod Mrs. D. J. Smyers of Rutledge and Mr. and Mrs. Rob­ert Fry of Dickinson avenue Start­ed their· guests from Laos, Vllalb Douangphoumy and C h an·s 0 m e Thlppraxay on their way to Wasb­Inglon, D. C. Monday afternoon. They will spend 10· days there studying this country's government and then Ylslt In New England and Canada before leaving for Hawall where they will arrive on the 18tb to begin one more ·'semester of study at tlle University of HawaII. Mr. and Mrs. William M. stan­ton were Chansome's hosts until Friday wben their vacation began and tbe Frye extended him their hospl1allty for tbe balance of the almost tour weeks visit here. direction and choreograpby of the MIss Hunsicker also revealed production by M. Robinson, B. Ger- her expectations tor Ihe Important ner, p. Wigton-Muslcala"compan- role that volunteer help can play Iment was taped and recorded by In lbe fUture growlh of the 11- A. Stamford. Decorations were by' brary's services. One prospect Is G. Melcber and M. Robinson, as- that additional help may enable the slsted by G. Pelrsol, S. Hansell llbrary to fUrtber extend Its week­and S. Bernard. ScrIpt and pub- day morning hours. Last January IIclty were by G. Pelrsol and C. for tbe first time tbellbrary add­Webster. ed Tuesday mornings to lis reg-cover~ I ....................................................... .. The membership dues for this r year will be the same as In year s past. Details may be found In an­other page of this Issue. NINE WEEK TRIP TO PACIFIC COAST sue· . CEEDS RETIREMENT Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Dickinson 01 Forest lane have just relurned from a nine-week motor trlptothe Pacific Coast, coverlngoveNIOOO miles. While touring sli of lbe national parks, tbey watched "Old Faithful" at Yellowstone perform on schedule, drove over the H Road to the SUn" and walked through the Carlsbad Caverns. They attended, the Fort MacLeod Rodeo In Canada, spent several days at the World's Fair InSeatile and had an enjoyable day In Disneyland. Along the way tbey visited relatives and friends, Including Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Banla In Estes Park, Colo. Mr. Dickinson recenUy retired from WesiInghouse Electric Cor­poration after over 20 years of service In the Steam and Aviation Gas 'turbine Divisions. Previous to that he conducled his own busi­ness .. United Steel Block corpora- 110 .. In Chester, for 15 years, and then was employed In tbe Trust Departmenl of Land Tltle Bank '" Trust Company for seven years. ularly scheduled hours, and the llbrary was at that time left under volunteer direction. The prospects are good that this. i1rogram of scbeduled morning bours may again be resumed and possibly ex­Iended to additional mornings. Altbougb many of the summer vol unleer staff plan to continue their work Into the fall, Miss Hun­sicker Issu~d an Invitation to any additional volunleers who may wish to join tbe winter staff. Especial­ly needed for the winter schedule will be additional help for any of tlie following times and jobs: Desk Assistance - Monday, Wed­nesday, Thursday afternoonsj Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday evenings; Monday, Wednesday mornings. Mending -Tlmetobedeslgnaled. Anyone who Is Interested In joining the working staft Is asked to call either Miss Hunsicker or Leonore Perkins at the library. EARN SCOUT BADGE Five Swarthmore Gil'! Scouts (M. Dethloft, L. Fry, N. Kelly, L. MIfOln, B. Wlncb) earned their swimmer badges at tbe pool Aug­ust 7 and 8 under the direction of Mr s. Marshall Scbmldt and Mrs. Raymond Hood. Any questions may be addressed to A. WesleyHoge,presldent;Myr­vln DeLapp, vice president; Vin­cent P.. Carroll, secretaryj Dr .. Robert C. Good, treasurer; weUs . M. Forbes and William McClarIn, membership cha\fmen. FROM ETHIOPIA Tekletslon Tewolde-Berhan, al­ready chrlatened r'Tek" by his friends here, Is ibe guest this week of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn T. Smith of Riverview road. Tek ar­rived In this country In late July from hili home In Addis Ababa, Etblopla, and was met at Drew Seminary, Madison, N. J., by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boyer with wbom he will live during tbe school year. He will be In tbe lltb grade of thehlghschool, spOnsoredbylbe Swarthmore Presbylerlan Church under the international Cbrlstian youth Exchange, an interdenomin­ational program. The SmIths took him to Franklin Institute on Friday. Saturday he accompanied School Counselor Al CO" and Btil Ryerson on an over­nlgbt visit to the Friends Service Migrant Program center near Ken­net Square: Monday he was tbe guest of Mark Good along with lan McKeag and John Fry, Jr. '62-'63 Jr.-Sr. High School Room Assignments The school year 1962-63 will open Thursday, September 6. The 5choal day wi" be from 8:35 a.m •. ta 2:37 p.m. with a lunch hour far junior hlrh students from 11:"5 to 12:25, ond for senior high students from 12:29 to 1 :09. The confe.ence and assembly periods wi" be from 2:40 to 3:30 p.m. It is .equested that outside appointments for. students be made alter 3:30 p.in • Assemblies wi" beheld on Tuesdays for junior high school and on Thursdays for senlar high school. Students have been auigned ta th .. fo"owlng home roams: Junior High School· Senior High School 12th . Miss McKie Mr. Yoeum Mr. Henderson Mr. Maurer Miss Watls 8th Mr. Phillips Mr. Law Mr. Miller Mrs. Seymour Miss Dalton Mr. Bernbart Mr. Bell Mr. Hesser Room 107· A-Dell Miss strouse Room 13 - Den-Ha Mr. Faioone Room 203- He-Me Mrs. Matbews Room 21.3- Mi-Sp Mr. Wertz Room 216- st-Z Room 217- A-E Room 100- F-K . Room 103- L-Rod Room 201- Ry-Z Room 205- A-Fr. _ Miss Armstrong Room 233- Fu·.Lar Miss Annstrong Room 105- A-Gay Room 135' Lat-~eeDr •. lrwin Room 214- Ge-Mas Room 235' Sey-Z Mr. Snyder Room 215- Man-Sey Miss Zimmer Room 113- Sh-Z Room 234- A-D Room 136- E-L Room 232- M-Bh Room 20'7- Sl-Z -10th Miss Baker Mr. Heath Mr. Pletryka Mrs. Sharpe Room 109- A-U: Room 101- F-La Room 200· Le-Ri Room 209- Ro-Z Ite will leave on Sunday for a week at Camp Kirkwood In the Poconos. I ....................................................... ...

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THE SWABTHMOREAN' Au ....t 3&,1982 > ;;~'~----:-----"""':;-:a7.lso~oI~m:':""':::-:fIo;::we=r:-a.----I.'1ai:.~s:'::a:nd:-:at=eph=.:notl=8:=-:1D=Ie=r.:.:. . .: r:sed::;-T-MM.r:-.; ;;;;iM;;:W Mr. Qej)rp 1..' peter- HeleD B!DUJ ButelM!SOD of Lake trtth tulle and tied wltb Iulle I~ of W·II!ncf')rd bave returDedbome sell visited Mrs, Pelersen'sbroIh­FOreat, DL, ~ .. later of tIM! on Wblch alepbaBoUs .... caupt. from a two-_lr:slaystCrestniollt and slster-lD-lawMr.~Mrs. ENGAGEMENT \ bride, .... theQ,owerglrl.SheWQre TIM! maid of bODor was -..&SU- Iiul; Eac1811 Mere, . ICar.,oJ)· P. streeter of columbia The engagementofMls&Barhara Jeri Taylor, daughter of Mra. James R. Taylor of Westdale ave­nue. and the late Mr. Taylor, to Mr. Davld L. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lesile of Quarryville, has been nounced. Both Miss Taylor and her lIarlce 1 graduated from Swarthmore School. Miss Taylor jorle Webster Junior College. She Is a member of the High School office staff. Mr. Widdowson is stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C. No date has been set for wedding. TO WED TOMORROW a candlelllbt taltetadreasofQoor- IIBn Holmes of SomerYilte, N..J., s . Mra. Edith 1 CUlll<aden Is spat- overnight Tuesday as they length and a head wreath of Qowera. . of the bride. She woNatur- tent In Taylor Hospital follOWIng a trom seven ,ears ID Tel She carrledabasketofspr1DgOow- quotse batiste sown madeoverlat- faU Friday at her home on Park Israel, where Mr. Petersen ers. feta wltb a tlcbt titung bodice, with Slate Mr. Tob1n Harry Jones of MIone- round low neck, short sleeves and a apolls was best man for hlsbrotb- wide short skirt with a how at the· er. The ushers were Mr. Carl waistline ID the back. She carried Spencer Muskat of Kendall Park, a bouquet of yellow daisies and N.J., Mr. William Charles Spen- other yellow nowers, and wore a cer, Jr., of Riverview road, and carland of yellow daiSies on her Mr. John Fulton Spencer,Jr" of head. Yale avenue, all couslDs of·the The bridesmaids were MIss Hol-bride. ly Turner of Pittsburgh, MIss Jan The brlde's mother chose a gown Turner of Swarthmore, bOth cous­of deep blue silk organ.. over Ins o.f tbe bride, and Mrs. William taffeta, featurlDg a fitted bodice C. Hogan,Jr., of Cambridge , Mass., and full skirt. She wore a blue sister oflhegroom. Theyworetur­vel vet hat and a corsage of white quolse gowns of the same material gardenias. and style and also carried yellow ,DICK FRANCHml - TELEVISION TELEVISION-HOME & AUTO RADIO-PHONOS U.H.F. CONVERTERS INSTALLED ************************ MOTOR TUNE-UP with ENCINE SCOPE . GULF GAS & OIL WHEEL ALIGt'!MENT DYNAMIC WHEEL 'BALANCE U-IiAUL RENTALS V. E. ATZ, Mgr. RUSSELL'S SERVICE The bridegroom'. mother se- de1sfes and other summer nower lected a pink sheath dress' with bouquets with garlands of yellow Mr. and Mrs. David pink hat to match. She wore a daisies on their heads. of Swarthmore avenue will white gardenia corsage. Mr. John·E. Andes acted as best Opposite Borough Parking Lot taln tonight In Marblehead, Mass., A recepUon following the cere- man for the brldegroon'l, In .honor of MissPatricla lOony was held at the home of the The usberslncludedMr. WWlnm ......... 1·8.U Dart •• tdll lid ""I,IH, a ..... ' Clos~ Saturday at 12:30 P.M. drlcks, and their son Mr. Mitchell brlde's motber for the famllles and C. Hogan, Jr •• Cambridge, Mass., Palmer Lichtenberg, whose mar- a few trlends. brotber-in-Iaw of the lP'ooJ!l, Mr. rlage wlII take place tomorrow, The bride, wbo Is tbe grand- John Kenneth Meusersmlth. west August 25, in Marblehead. Guests daughter of Mrs. R. ChesterSpen- Chester, Mr. RobertC. T.urnerand at the dinner wllllnciudethebridal cer of Nortb Swarthmore avenue Mr. ThomasR. Turner, hoth of Me­party, memhers of the immediate and the late Mr. Spencer, Is a grad- dia and brothers, of the bride.' famntes, and out-of-town guesls. uate· of The Baldwin School, Bryn Mrs. Turner ..-ore a champagne ************************ ••••••••••••••• • •• \ .. The Bouquet ~~ Miss Hendricks, who "lsrmlaOII Mawr, and attended Grinnell Col- I' c()lol~ed sllk shantung dress wltb a . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lege, Iowa. She Is now a student at melon-colored bat trimmed with ---------+------------== BEAUTY SALON S. Hendricks, wUl be attended the University of Minnesota, Mln- fiowers and a corsage of brown Miss Louise Lichtenberg, neapolls, wbere she plans to con- orchids. d'd, ~tp jtwt, "'sCiU,et. of the bridegroom. tlnue her studies. Mrs. Eshleman wore a y\!llow Her husband Is a graduate of Ilnen sheath with a turban type hat Grinnell Qollege and did post- of shades of ribbon in white, gold graduate study at the University and pale turquoise. Her cor .... of Minnesota:. He is now'employed was of white orchids with yellow -----, JONES. HUTCHESON 9 Chester Road Miss HlJdegarde Hutcheson, Call Swarthmore 6-0416 Mis s HlJdegarde daughter ot Mrs. Mildrid Hutcheson of North at Hull-Dobbs CompanylnMlonea- throats. U A recepllon follQwed the cere-avenue. and of Dr. Harold Hutcheson Of Lake Forest, m., became the bride of Mr. Richard Scranton Jones, sOn of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Jones of Roches­ter. Minn.. at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon In the Swarthmore Pres­byterian Church. The Rev. Robert O. Browne performed the double ring ceremony before an altar, po s. Following a wedding trip to the mony In the WhIttier Holise attach-brldegroom's parents' summer ed to tbe Meeting House. APPLES & PEACHES home at Stone Lake, Wisp., the BIRTH FRESH CORN, TOMATOES, BEANS Freah Apple Cider * Wicker Baskets' couple wlll be at home In Mlnne- Mr. and Mrs. John W. Boyle of apolls after September I. Chester announce the blrtbofthelr The brldegroom's parents en- second child and first daughter, tertalDed at dinner for the bridal • LI NVI LLA· ORCHARDS party following the rehearsal Fri- Elizabeth Ann, on Monday, August 6. "TIM Fa"" Wit,A; eM.Oetag""", Ba"," day night. The grandparents are Mr. and . Ftom Swarthrnor. 10 .... 'on '.a!Hmor. Pih to Clov.,I .... rum left .... loette _ toward Chemr. Drlye IV,- 2 miles, tim-rlq1lbofl Knowlton RNCI for t,\ mile. fiaoked with candelabra and vases - of white nowers. Slands at pastel E~HELMAN·T'J:?tlER and white nowers were in tront ,of The marrlsge ot Miss Martha the two pulpits. Turrier. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The bride was escorted by her Donaid Carre Turner of Keswick, tather. She was gowned In white Media. and Mr. John David Eshle­marqU1sette over taffela fashioned inan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles wltb a basquehodlce,shoulderrof- 1.1<'0.5 Eshelman of Lancaster, took ne, long sleeves. ·and a high neck. place on Saturday, August 18, at 4' A ruffle edged the bOttom of the o'clock In the. Swarthmore Friends chapel train. Her shQulder-length Meeting. veil of lIluslon fell from a bridal The bride was escorted by her ring, and her cascade bouquet was father and wore a light Ivory peau of white gladlolas, lujl mums and de sole wedding gown with aUght roses. fitting bOdIce, low V -shaped neck, Miss Frances FIilton Plumer of long Ught-flttlng sleeves and a West Chester as maid of honor for nared ,;klrt with a train. Her lace her cousin, wore a white organza veil was, of waist length and she gown over Pale peach taffeta, made . carried a houquet ofsmallgarden­with a fitted bodice and full skirt. and featuring a lace sash. She wore a head wreath of mlxed flowers and carried ~ bouquet to match. For MAGAZINE SUBSC:RIPTlONSJ Call MRS. LLOYD E. KAIJFF'MA.I~t KI3-2080 The bridesmaids. Miss SUsan Spencer of Yale avenue and MIss Dorothy Spencer Plumer of West Chester, the bride's cousins, and I~MMU;,yiNWWW~MMe! Miss Barbara Jones of Rochester, Minn.. sister of the bridegroom, wore mndels of white organza over aqua. fashioned similarly to that worn by the maid of honor. Their head wreaths and bouquets were BuHet Luncheons 11:30 to 2:30 S.rved Do II,. BOTH HOT & COLD DiSHES S1.2S BuHet Dinners Thursday 5 to 9 Sunday 3 to 8:30 S2.15 THE WILD GOOSE Route 1, Baltimore Pike (4 Mil .. W.st of M.dla) CLOSED ON MONDAYS HOW FRAGILE IS ~YOUR PROTECTION? An Increaling threat to your financial .ecurlty i. the great number of theft. being committed each day in the U.S. There i. a burglary every 80 seconds. Get adequate financial pro.­tection against thieve. and burglaro. See UI about a Broad Form Penonal Theft policy today. .... L' ... .... 'P' If .IFT' .1 K .... ooll 3 .. 1833 mo. ...... A.,.. Mrs. Robert Boyle of Amherst avellue. and Mr. and Mrs. ·Charles Bullard of Morton. . , Op.n 10 A.M.-II P.M. DuUy & Sunday ~ •••••••••• • •••••••••••••••• ~ ••••• * ~ * ~ * ~ TIME'SA'FlYING I * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ : : J~eJ e""i4t,HQrJ,: ~ * ~ , * ~ cxvuJ4 CtUf, /u" OIIJe"erl * ~ * ~ * ~ _J. * ~ ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ ~ :1.0 pet- cetd Jw:oUlfi·: ~ * ~ * ~ JLAAI.I'-l. A J. * ~ -~ N'"iHU 31 * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ Choo.lng Chrl.tma. (per.onalized) In pr •••• ason ~ calm Is .0 pleo.antl * ~ They'll be ..ady for earl,. addr.sslng - when you've tim. * ~ to wrIte the frl.ndl,. nQt.. whIch from. ChrIstmas I * ~ Th.y'li b. In the mail .arly and ... m a prlvil.g. to all - * ~ ~a~1 * ~ Th.y',. much I ... costly - 20% off 'til August 31 * ~ 10% off In S.pt.mb.r. * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ ~ If- ~ ~ GIFTS ~ : KI 15 SOUTH CHESTER ROAD : ************************************ -, • ~BE 8WARTHMOREAN PERSONALS ., Mr. aDd 1Ir .. David Mc:cahan ,.I8bW ielnrDed Saturda)' after Mr. and Mrs. Wlllfam R. Raey Mra. Malcolm Agnew and ber I of RoselDOllt wl11 mow ODSeptem- spendlug, _k at Oennl~'rl, of' DlcklliloD .ftDUe enlerta1ned cblldren 'LM11e, George ud Ales 1 ber 1 to ProYidence, R. 1, wbere C.pe Cod. Jim leaves tor the their grandcblldren Rebecca and , t South 8DcUd 0. wUI arriftto- : Mr. McC8hail will be the General UDlverllltyofPlttsburghonFrlday, Todd Gustafson for a week ending ~orrow to visit ":'r parents Mr.·,.\gent fOrNorilnresternMutualLife Augwt 31. Robert P. Rowland ar-. Tuesila)' WbeD Mrll.Huey drove and' Mra. George M. Karns of insurance IDProvidenceandsouth- rives home IhlII week from Camp tbem to their home In HopeweU, Wellealey road for 10 daya. Major, eastern Massachusetts. Mr. Mc- Ne-J(ananear Manlstlque, Mich., W. J., and returned with their Agnew wl11 jolD them.on August 31 Cahan's mother of Dartmouth wllere he bas been asslstantrldlng brother and sister RalpbandCarla and remain tbrOUCh tbe Labor Day Houss, and his niece Dorry Porter lD.tructor for the past eight weeks. ,who wUI vlstt for a week. Their . Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Herscbel and .... lr claulhter Mary AnD of Youngstown, 0., vlsiled Mr. Her­schel'. brother Mr. G801'ge Her­schei abd famO), Or SWarthmore ' 'place last W8J!1tend. The), brouctn wltb themanolher'nieceandnephew Joan and Michael Dockr,y, aloiQ,of Youncstown, wbo haft spent .... week with the Swarth'1'ore Her­schels while Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Herschel, Mary Ann and Mr. and Mrs. George Herschel's daughter Katy went to Ocean City, Md. They wlll return to Swarthmore this weekend to collect Joan and Mi­chael and travel home tcgether. U of Rose Valley are elljlecled tore- Mr WOllam C Rowland Jr of parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. Don-wee. kend before drlvlllg his fam y turnonA.. .. -._ ..... a8Iro·mvl"~' .~..f .t.~ hls Colleg• e ~'• lleaveo,nA.. ., ~. st aid Gustafson. Mr. and Mra. WO-bsocb ooLmIeD Urne for tbe beglnnlDg of sister Mrs. G·.. R. swan 10 ManIla, aUor Haovuealltlloen .,..T..e x.,whereh-ew-lll Ilam Huey. Jr •• and children Car- Mr. and Mrs. JohnS. Roundaand Utah for several weeks. Mrs. Mc- be a groomsman In the wedding of oUne and Jenn1fer of IIIdlanapoUs, th.lr chlldren John, Jr •• Hal and Caban w1Il goat once to Providence his cousin Mr. Robel't C. WlIl10ms Ind., wUI visit Mrs. Huey's par­Chris of Bryn Mawr avenue re- where her son and his wife have to Mias kay Pennyculck. He will ents In Radnor this week and wlll turned SUndsy from Randolpb, N. purchased a new home. relurn In a week and will beglnhls probably he In Swarthmore, also. H., where they had vlslted Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. WUlls Jackson seDlar year at tbe University of Earlier In Augnst Mrs. Jame. F. Rounda' par nt M d M E of Harvard avenue returned by l'ellJlSylvania. Newman,the former Beth Huey, 1 Mrs. 1..1. Servais of Elm avenue will Oy on Thursday· afternoon to CIII\!anOOga, Tenn., where she wUI visit her son-In-law and youngest daughter Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Cobble and thelr children Richard and Susan tor a few weeks. , e s, r. an rs.. plane on August 8 from a trip to Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Clothier and her daughters Gall and Kath- Pike Rqunds of Exeter, N. lL, at Call10rnia during wblch tbeyvlslt- 01 Rose Tree and Mrs. Clothler's erlne of Poestenkill, N. Y., visit· their summer home tortwoweeks. ed their son-ID-Iaw and daughter Miss Aime YoungandMtssKath- Mr. and Mrs, WlIllam E. Kerrand sister MIss Ollve Perry of the ed tbe Hueys. Thetr father Is dI-leen YoungofParkavenuerelurned th lr thr hild ID T SWarthmore Apartm~nts have re- rector ofadmlsslonsatRensselaer. on Monday from Booth BayBarbOr e ee c ren orrance, turned from vacatlontng In Cape PolytechniC institute, Troy, N. Y. Me., ,where they had spent thre~ °attutsille ~: __ Angeles, hefore and Nay. N. .J. Mrlf. Clothier enter- Mr. Russell Snyder, Jr., of Dlck­weeks. er spen ....... a week IDSanFran- talned at her home on Tuesday at Inson avenue Is expected to arrive Dr. and Mrs. David Cramp ·of cisco. Tbelr daugbler Sbelby new a luncheon In honor of MIss Bar- home next week after completing Park avenue have returned from to· Los. Angeles a week before her bara Heatb who will become the two years of graduate study at the vacaUonlng for threeweeksatBlg- parents to visit her sister and brlde of Mr. WlIIlani Morrison on Scripps lnsUtute of Oceanography, Jane Good, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Gond, Jr., of Wel­lesley road visited her cOllslnJen­niter Jowden In Baltimore, Md., win 1nD, Lake of Bays, OntariO, returned to SWartbmorewlththem. Saturday. La Jolla. Calif. Canada. On their way home they Richard Jackson, their s~n, went to l-:::.::::.:::!::..-------~-!-:::..:::;::::!...:=::.:...-------Jkm~WI!ia. ____ --- stopped to spend a weekend with ,CaIl1ornia Immediately following Mr. and Mrs. PaU1 B. BanksofHar- his graduaUon from Mercersburg vard a.venue at their summer cot- Academy ID June and has llved with lage on Lake Wesallklng, Towanda. the Kerrs while be is employed for M and Mr E M. J f' the summer ID construcllon work. r. s.. ames 0 lie wUI enter Lehigh UniverSity Swarthmore avenue drove to Beth- ,School of E:>g1neering In tbe fall. lehem on Monday where their son- The Jackson's otber son Ensign ID-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jackson, USN, is currenUy Goroon Follett live, to bring their 'In the Medlterramanbutlsexpect­grandsons from Ridgewood. N.J., . who had been visiting the Folle~ts, ~~;st:~,:"n to Newport. R. L, on home for a visit. James, 12, and Mr. and Mrs. F. HarrY'Bewley Garrett, 9, accompanied their of Park avenue entertained Mrs. grandparents to the circus Monday Bewley's brotber and slster-In­evening, thelr grandfather sight- law and their daughter Mary EUz­seeing In PhlIadelphia Tuesday, aheth of ArUngton Va. last week-were taken to the Hagley Museum. 'd •• WlImlngton, on Weduesday and en Mrs. Kenneth M. Reed of North were driven home to their parents Cbester road entertained al a bri­Mr. and Mrs. WlIl10m S. Williams daI shower yesterday morning at on Thursday. ber borne In honorotMissPatrlcla Miss Barbara Forrest of Not- Jolly, daugbter of Mr. and Mrs. S. tlngham, England, former teacher E. Jolly of Ridley Park, wbose of history at Swartbmore High marr .... to Mr. Paul A. Ricci of School, arrived at Hohoken on the Great Neck, Long Island, wlll take S. S. Stottendam Wednesday morn- place In the Ridley Park Presb:v­Ing and Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. terlan Church on September 22.' Wllllam A. Clarke of Walllngford. The ynung couple wUi then go to Miss Marcaret Allen of <;orman- Chicago where Mr. Ricci will do town l'IbO, m~t her HobOken, l'Is,s a 'graduate work at the Unlverslty,· dinner, guest of the Clarkes Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Jblly were members neaday even1ng. of the Reeds' weddlng party 23 Mr. and Mrs. W. AifredSmlthot Amherst avenue wlll entertain the two American Field Service stu­dents, Asta Fels trom Sweden, Takemlchi Bara from Japan, and the InternaUonal Christian Youth Exchange student Tekletslln T~­wolde- Berhan from Ethiopia wbo will attend Swarthmore HighSchool this year and their host families at a picniC supper Sunday evening at their home. years ago. Mr. and Mrs. D. Mace Gowing and daughter Nancy of Parrish road have been spending the past tOday. at the Tbousand Islands In lbe St. Lawrence River, OntariO. Canada. They wlll ptck up their daughter Susan before returning home this weekend. Nancy returned borne earller this week. Mr. and Mrs •. WllUam C. Row­land and tbelr son Jim of College REGISTRATION SCHEDULE PRIOR TO GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1962 September 7th rI -~----------' ---------,- -_- ----------------, i To Parents of the Bride- . . .,. ... ...•... ! : .... --, ",-~.. II I ' ,.... .. I , . , i { A Wedding \~ I :' T d- _. , :" ra 111011 ••• J f· I , , I , ' .. ..' I .. ;' I .... "', I ............ I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I It is a long standing tradition for the parents 'of the bride to give a basic : ; service in sterling silver as the wedding gift. The new Gorham Set-Saving I I Olrer makes it easier to carryon this gracious tradition. I I I I ' I 8 Four piece place-settings -: you save $20 I 1I 8 Five piece place-settings - you save $25 :' I I I 8 Six piece place-settings - you save $30 , I I II Cheat at righ t illustrates 32 piflCe service (8 II I four piece place-settings) in the Rond.o design I I by Gorham. Open Stock $216. Set Price $196. I I The mahogany chest, lined with Pacific Cloth I I is specially priced with this offer at $7.50. I ; All prices are far 32 piece servIce for 81tht (8 four piece pllce-settlnp) I .nd Inelude Federal Tlx I I 1 : ROBERTS JEWELERS l Last day an elector may remove from one election district I LO 6-0981 Comer State St. & Sou'" Ave. MEDIA I to another in order to be permitted to vote in the new elec­tion district at the General Eiection. Persons moving after this date may vote in old 'eiection district if otherwise quall!led. L ____ ~ ___________________________________ ~ f=~~=======-:-:===----'~~~"'~:::"'~ September 17th Last day all electors may register to vote at the Generni Election. This includes electors who will become of age on or before November 7th, 1962. September 17th Last day for an elector who has removed into a new elec­tion district to give notice to the Registration Commission in order to be permitted to vote in the new election district . at the General Election. Tpe' removal card must set forth a removal date into the new election dls,trlct which cannot be later than September 7th. COURT HOUSE HOURS Regular business hours UP to and including Monday. SeP­tember 17th. Monday through Friday - 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P. M. Together with such addltionul hours as designated below: September 7th September 8th September 14th September 15th Friday saturday Friday Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. HOURS FOR ROVING REGISTARS - 2 P.M. TO 9 P.M. Date of Borough, Town Location Registration or Township August 31 Rutledge Borough Fire Hou.. 1 Sept.mber 11 N.th.r Provl,d enc. Twp. N,th.r Providence High School , Sept.mb.r 11 N.ther Provld.nce Twp. N.,h.r provid.nc • .,. EI,mentary Schoal Maare Road Sepmnber 17 Swarthmore Dorough Borough Hall, Park & Dartmou'" Weekend Special I 5WIR'S PREMIUM It com ItO more to enjoy tile Best at , •• The 401 D .. hllu.1I A ...... FOOD MAaKII'

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Page 4 THE. SWARTHMOREAN THE SW'ARTHMOR'EAN HOME SOU6HT FOR 'ElMER' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY A.T SWARlltMORE, PeNNA. PETER E TOLD. MARJORIE T, TOLD. publisllers Phone Klngswood 3-0900 Swarthmore HIgh School has Im­mln~ nUy, If not actually In hand, the gift of a real, breathlnc, lIvtoc version of HElmer" f the scbool's donkey mascot. The ooly hitch Is, Elmer needs a home. Anyone with' II house and heart large enough to accommodate such four - footed glory Is asked to call Coaoh Rob­inson .. PETER E. TOLD, Edltor BARBARA B. KENT, Managing Editor Rosalie D. Peirsol· Mary E. Palmer Marjorie T. Told Entered as Second Class Matter, January 24.1929, at the Post Office at Swarthmore, Pa .. under the Act of March 3. 1879. DEADLINE _ WEDNESDAY 11 A.M. TeChnically, the Eimers of yes-terday have also been living and SWARTHMORE, PENNA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1962 breathing, and Elmer's arrival will virtually put two high school stu- L "All that is necessary for the forces of evil to win dents out of, a job or (II you're In the world is that enpugh good men do nothing". opllmlstlc and looklng,to the 111- ture), will free manpower for ._ __________________Ed _m_U_n_d_B_u.. r.._ k:..e_..I.J greater things. METHODIST At any rate, Coach Robinson may • PRES8YTERIAN NOTES NOTES ~ called at KI 4-5655. Mr. Browne will preach at the 10:30 Worship Service . Sunday morning. The Summer Choir will rehearse at 9:30 prior to the ser­vice. Child care Is provided through the kindergarten age-level. . An Informal social period will follow the service on the lawn of the church. Tuesday morning Prayers are held at 9 a.m. Church School wlll reopen on the flrsf Sunday In October. During Sundays In September the teachlnc, SU1If of the school will attend train­Ing classes In preparation for the year. CHiJ~RC ~H~SE~R;;:V;:'C =-=E=S­PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH D. Evor Roberts, Minister RabertO.Brawne,Assoc.Mlnister Minister of Christian Education SU'ndoy, August 26 9:30 A.M.-Summer Cllolr Re­hearsal 10:30 A.M.-Mr. Browne w1ll preach . Tue.day, August 21 9:00 A.M.-Morning Prayers Mr. KUlp's sermon topic at the 10 otclock service of worsbip on Sunday morolog will be "These Things are Against Me," the fourth in a series On (' Faith for these Days, U Mrs. Charlotte Knopp will be the vocal soloist at the service. Sunday School classes for the children's division are taught at 9:45 a.m. youth and adult classes are scheduled for 8:45 a.m. CHRISTIAN SCI ENCE NOTES NEWS NOTES Mrs. Albert L. RIlles, Jr., of Cre;t lane and Mr s. J. B. Douglas of the Swarthmore Apartments .,;­cently returned from an automobile trip to New England and a visit at South West Harbor, Me., with Miss Mlrahah Delaplaine of Merion. Rev. and Mrs. Robert 1L Heinze of Marlelta avenue and their child­ren Carolynl TlmothyandJonatban return home tomorrow from a ,month's vacation at Wrlghter's Lake, Tbompson; Pa. All things are posslhle to God, Mrs. lJean Caldwell of Cedar· divine MInd. This Is a theme of lane spent 10 days In Decatur, Ala., the Lesson-Sermon 'entitled vlsllingher sister Mrs. JohnFra­" Mind" to be heard In Christian zer. Science churches Sunday. Anne Wilburn, daughter of Cdr. Luke's account of the healing of 'and Mrs. William C. Wilburn of' the palsied man by Christ Jesus D>"ew avenue Is spendlngthe month will be presented in the readings of Augus~ at Lake Paupac In the from the Bible. inclUded Is this Poconos. verse (Luke 5): James 1L Foley has completed' "And Immedlately he rose up two weeks of acllve duty trnlnlng before them, and took up that at the Naval.TralnlngCenter,Great whereon he lay, and departed to Lakes, m. He Is the sonof Mr. and his own house, 'glorifying God.", Mrs. Herbert Foley, r.esldents of All are invited to attend the Harvard avenue,currenllyllvlngln services at 11 a.m. In First CinCinnati, O. Church of Cbrlst, SCientist, 206 Mr. and Mrs. Rohert Arnold of Park avenue. Sherwood lane, Walllncford will METHODIST CHURCH spend the .Labor Day weekend at Th R J h C K I MI ' "I Saw It In The Swarthmorean" thel.r Lake Paupac cottage. • ev. on. ,- Pot: Rister -----4-~ James S, MocMaln --,. Minister for Youth Charles Schisler Minister of Music Sunday, August 26 8:45 A.M.-Sunday School 9:45 A.M • .,.Sunday School, chll­" ren through 6th Grade. 10:00 A.M.-Mr. Kulp wUl preach --------------------- TRINITY CHURCH The Rev. Layton P. Zimmer, '" Rector The Rev. George R. McKelvey Curate Sunday, Augnt 26 (Trinity Xl 8:00, A.M.-Holy Communion 9:00 A.M.-Morning Prayer and Sermon 10: 15 A.M.- Morning Prayer and Sermon THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS Sunday, August 26 10:30 A.M.-Hynm Sing 11:00 A.M.-Meeting tor Worship . Monuay, AUliust 27 All-Day Sewing for AFSC Wednosday, August 29 All-Day Quilting for AFSC FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Park Avenue below Harvard Sunday, Augult 26 1I:00'A.M.-Sunday School 11 :00 A.M.-The Lesson..germon will be "mind," Wednesday evening meeting each week, 8 P.M. Reading Room, 409 Dartmouth Avenue, open week-days except hol1days, 1()'5; Friday evening 7-9. LEIPER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 900 Fairview Rood The R .... Jam .. Ba,b.r, Mlnist.r Sunday, AUlLust 2~ 9:00 A.M.-Church School 10:00 A.M.-Morning Worship For Safe Motor ,r rip folIo These Rules 1 * * Good 1I.In, habit. - plenly of sleep and re.1 and a good frame of mind wilh no worries while driving. 2 Break up monotony* - slop f*or coffee * or las. at regular intervals, let out and walk around. Never go more Ihan Iwo hours or I SO miles wilhoul a slop. This ~eeps you fresh, ale" and at your driv· IDg peak; * * 3 * '* LImIt Jour Daly Drh'inI - len hours of driving per day is Ihe limil. Afler Ihal you are asking for Irouble. 4 c* . .. malnl*. . ....c . - * iI's a mU*S I 10 * keep your car in lOP mechanical condition. * * * * * ~I. -R),. ASI Drive • tidy c.r: Loose anieles, liuer, pack. . I] ages, elc .• can be dangerous. Keep Ihe in.id~ __ '1 ;;~ , of your e~r neal and lidy, everylhing picked In convenient places where loose items can', slide around .. Packa,es piled on lhe rear I. '; win~~w ledge become missiles in case -of a colhSlon. and Ihey also block lhe view of Ihe driver behind you. * * * * * 6 co--', ....- '-" Folio.. rw4 coedit"""': If Ihe silln says 40 m.p.h., believe ii, If il say.· "Slow. dan,erou5 curve:' take lh~ highway departmenr. word for il. The silins Are placed alonalhe roadway for your help. and Ihey have a ,DOd rell""n fnr heinil there. Dusk and dllwn are poor visihililY drivin" limes, lJ~ eoxlnl ,.'nrc chen. * * * * * I . 1 .) AlllUBt 2t,..1882., BOYS LEAVE FOR'! NEWS NOTEs . FOOTBALL CAMP-,I Mrs. Marie DaYlsud30n Mark Approzlml'e1 3S. bo -><itL:~ Mrs. Aucusla News, former but for tllesw.u:~ ~ wo~, Jie~ldenls of 339 Riverview road,' .. morelllcbse~. i'l'at.e" moved, to HoU.......... FIa. Football Team,.will lalce otfSUnday " '"~, for Camp Green Lane, tbeschool's Mias PoUy Told of BalUmore, football camp for the past four or .Md., daupter of Mr. and Mrs. flve years. Departure' Ume Ia Peter E. Told of Park·avenue, re- 12:30. Tiley' will retur.n about 5 turned to SWarthmore with her p.m. on Friday, August 31' parents after tbree weeks atSebec ,Tile annual Football i.rbecue Lake In Maloe. Her guest last will be lleld Thursday, September week was Miss Beth Van B1arcom 6, the opeolog day of school. of Westtown. WINS SCHOLARSHIP Gareld UDoe" Gray. Jr., has received notice that he has been awarded one of the two national compeUUve ooholarshlps awarded annually by the S. J. Groves Con­struction Company, Mlnneapolls. The award Is a total of $1000 spread Qver.4 college . years. The examlnaUons were taken followlog graduaUnn In the schoolofltce. Doc will enter the University 'of Pennsylvania In September. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Gray of Harvard avenue. Mr. and Mis. Robert starr and their daupters Sharon and Sally returned Friday from two weeks ' spent InvlsltlngrelatlveslnSalem, 1 Ind. t ---- STAMPS AND C.OINS BOUGHT AND SOLD Ford .. ' s Pet And Hobby Shop 627 Baltimore Pike Springfield, P a. K14-0121 West Side of A, & P Write Or phone for , information about modem facilities 0( WEST LAUREL HILL ~ 215 Belmont Ave., laIa-C)'nWyd, Po. MOhawk 4-1591 "I can gel it for you wholesale" Iln't it fuMY, the emphasis we find on price, nowadays? Not that I,t doe. not have Its place, but Without ""tl.factl OIl, price doesn t mean a thl ng. Check alllUnd, you will find PAULSON prices In line. Butour specialty Is SATISFACTION, your satisfaction. PAULSON gives you something extra - carpet beca"le ••• PAU.L$ON KNelt'S Carpet I. j,' " , d'A",~'tt tm.,~A"tt , , ... ~ MohaWk Corp.hng • Complete Price Rang_ • Oriental Rugs 100 Park Ave., Swarthmote, Pa. Kingwood 3-6000 - Clearbrook 94646 (/',.,,'~... . KNOWS ClIl'J)et dIg al/ the I,undlg fhe e,ag wag- IN AN AUTOMATIC CLOTHES DRYER! Whatever Ihe weather, whatever the time of dny, the laundry can be dried by gas. Gently tossed dry, il is practically wrinkle-free, fresh and clean. What's more all you do is put the clothes i~ the gas dryer -there's no work or worry. See your loc,,1 r1oo1.r or ofop ot cmy Pllilorlel""a r/ocfrlc Com,....." ,"uman aIIowroom ..e"n." ... lit. """'om aul~. .!alb .. r1ry .... PHILADELPHIA .ELECTRIC COMPANY .'-- -', ' .. -... THE SWA~THMOREAN .....5 fURllfSS' UBRIRY LOOKS AHEAD "<~.::Pitllt. & Fir ••• ws , ,Thf{ tbree )'Outlis awrellended! . , •. ' ,t?f }J~r .... earUer In tile week· IIADS PRE-EltCIJOII ROSE VALLEY CHORUS .' 1 JPaocrmbwerq ~ 1aDId rboar .cl1dlIdreUD' .I.7. DEMOCRAT WORKSHOP PLANS SEPT. PARTY . and Da9ld an YIaIIlnc lD tile Bor- At the Aucust 14 meeting of the ,w,rll>'!ach assessed $14 fine and 'board of directors of the Helen c~s In a llearlne Friday evenlDc. Kate FuroessFreeLlb~ary,Tbom_ ,., ,Two other SWarthmore boys paid as J. Harrison, Jr., librarian, re- similar I1Des and costs for dlsor­ported a circulation of 5,595 books derly. coaduct Saturday nllfbl after for llie mcntb of JUly, the blithest havtoc _t a trash can and llent total circulation for a month the' a parklne stco In the business Ubrary has ever had. Tolal for section. Mrs. Leroy E. Peterson of Vas- Tile ROse Valley Chorus and 0IIIb. bnpI'W ID locate lien per- Bar BYe_ hasbeenappolnted Orchestra will _ve a party Sept_ maoeDll,.. sa- lea ...... SnrtIt- t eral chairman of th F C cen- ember 5,at8:SOp.m.attbeSWartb- Lmoro tbo,. _?II --oae,.. ... Dem ~ our ouoty I more P1ayer'sClub, Falrvle"road Je ..... ,. ~.!ne lD CaUI'1lnIL' to beo craUc Women s Wortsbop, . to discUss plans lor tllelr next mu­AlPine ~ on September 18 at Ibe /1 sical which will be Damon RIm-the .year DOW stands at 33,145. The brother of one of these boys New books purchased during the paid $50 and costs earUer this past month Include 38 adultflctlon; month for permitting his car to he 21 adUlt DOn-fiction; ? youth; 43 operated without • an Inspection children; and 39 drama books. In sUcker and with registration. tags addltlon, 165chlldren'shookswere not Issued to that car. The oper­purchased, uslng the "'ods made 'ator of the car, also a boroup avallable to the Furne"" Library reSident, paid $40 and costs. . by the Pennsylvania State Library Pollca assisted the Mllmontam- . , Sprlnctleld Township. ')'On's "Guy's and Dolls " oDteblearw tahrree eC poaurnttty I Is' host to the \ All chorus members• , poteot1al Ch C PRUne counties: members and olber Interested tere sMlerr,s MPo ntl gomeryI and Laooas- . perSODs, a' re Invited to attend.Re-fo; the Pen.:'s e~:.:.. SGa Carnadll date . hearsals will begin the latter part y ene As- I of September sembly from the Third D1slrlctaod I • Is chairman of the Swarthmore ! ------- DemocraUc Committee. I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Storey and THE SWEll SHOP COLONIAL COURT APTS. II 3-4597 CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS Aid to LIbraries Program. bulance when It arrived Friday Mr; Harrtson announced thatthe eveolog to lalce Mrs. stanton, who 'Chlldren's SUmmer Readlng Pro- had been vtslUne In the Dartmouth cram woUld end August 31. Book" House, to Delaware County Hos­lets must he submitted to the U-. pllal with a heart condlUon. hrarlan during the week of August The workshop will be an all-day ; their daughter Anne of SUffolk, event and will Include panel dis- I Va., were the overnight guests of cusslon In both morning and after- ! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fry of D1ct­nOOn sessions and a l~heon 118800 avenue last week. speaker. It Is one of a series being I-r===:~~;::::::=:~=:;;;::::::: held tbroughout the state sponsored by the Pennsylvania State Demo- A : oratlc Committee andthePeonsyl- TTENTION TAX PAYERS 27. The prizes for this group will" , NEWS NOTES be awarded Wednesday, September i ~!'en:ederauon of Democratic TAm DUE BY AUGUST 31 5, at 3 p.m. . Mr. and Mrs. CIUford Heller of The new winter hours for the Stroudsburg are vlslUng their sOn library, eftecUve September 6w1ll. and daughter-In-law Mr. and Mrs. be Monday Ibrqueh Friday, 2 p.m. ~.E~ward F. Heller and Children, to 5' p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.,' 'Dartmouth circle. Mr. ClUford and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 Heller fs In Graduate Hospital, i Mrs. Lee Gilbert qf Yale avec ,nue Is among the committee chalr- SAVE 2 % t men named by Mrs. Peterson to , assist In pljmolng the workshop. : Y9_ur Social Security p.m. The library will be closed on' Philadelphia, for observation for a' . !"ollowlIig Is one of a seriep o~ Labor Day. tfew days. 'frequently asked quesUons and Mrs. Hubert A. Johnson presl-' Mr. and Mrs. Rohert M. Seely .answers on Social Security. Thd dent, Informed the board' that a 'of Bryn Mawr avenue have: as their psreoribeesr ,w aDs isptrreipcta reMd abnya gHere rboefr t thWe; tralnlnc program for the volunteer guests this week their nepbews Chester Office. ,Fer IIIrther Informa­staff has be~n Inaugurated for the Britt and Carl Seely from West Uon regarding these or any other coming year. Hyatlsvllle, Met. questions you m~ have, conlact A InaUng' the Social Securlb Oroce, 305 nom committee conslst- Mrs. John W. Seybold and her F1deUb-chester Building, Chester, . Ing of Mrs. Alex Ewing, chaIrman, rson Andy of South Chester road Pa, - teiephone TRemont 4-5.264. Mrs. J. Harrison Eastwood, Mrs. I drove to Deer Isle, Me., thla week Q. I have a mnid who works Robert C. Holmes, Mrs. Harold I to brine Patty Seybold home from 1 only two days a week. Must I W. Jenkins, and George W. Fur- the summer spent at Camp Chalet ,report her wages for s.ocial ness was appointed to draw up a I Francais. Mr. Seybold Is spendlnc : security since she does not slate of new directors andomcers the week at music camp at Goddard 'work full time? for the coming year, ~bepresent- College, Plainfield, vt. ,A. If you pay her $50 or more ed at the Annual CorporaUon Meet- Dr. and Mrs. Edward Shafter and i In cash wages in any 3-month Inc October 23 at 8 p.m. at the their four sons Stephen, David,MI- ! period, ending March 31, June library. , chael and Ricky of Drexel place 30, September 30 or December SWARTHMORE BOROUGH TAX OFFICE -10 PARK AVE - (enter through the Music Box) Office hours will be 9:30 a.m. to Sp.m. Monday through Friday - Special hours as noted in bills prior to end of discount perioel - Always by appointment Phone KI-3-3J51 lectedln membership dues so far' 'Shafter In Betllel Park oulslde .1 an equal amount yourself. It JOHN A. SCHUMACHER The FundDevelopmentcommlt-1 returned August 14 after VI"IUng : 31, you should deduct social tee reported a total of $2,540 col- , D.. r . Shaft. er's mother Mrs. Loretta I security from her wages lind pay this year. ' Pltlsburgh for a week. fthe employer's responsibll1ty to The story Hour for chlldrenwllf Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Snyder and make this return to the Internal TAX COLLECTOR be scheduled at a new time - Sat- 'lhelrfour'chlldren ofRulgersave-' Revenue Service. Ask the social ~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ri~ urlll'Y mor.nlnc at 10:30 a.m'-l<"!,Ill nU'l.returned August 13afteivj.slt- security office .for leaflet No. be the tlme,elfecllveSeptemher8. Ing Mrs. Snyder's parents 'Mr. and . 21. I Mrs. Frank C. Stough In CorneUus, 'Q. Did the social security tax Mrs. E. G. SeUert drove from N.C., for a week. Their niece Miss I rate go up this, year? . her home 10 Toledo, 0., wllh her Jean Barry Caldwell returned with I A. Yes. If you work as an eight-year-old cranddaughter LIn- them to visit until August 19 when employee, both you Bnd your da who had nown out to visit with she left for her home In Davidson,. employer must pay a tax of her the month of'July, to the honie I N. C., On August 25, the Snyders 3 1/8 percent of the first $4800 of Linda's parents Mr. and Mrs. wUl leave for Roaring Branch you earn. If you are a self­Robert Strong of Drexel place to I, Camps, East Arllnglon, vt., where ·1 employed person. the amount spend the flrsl week of this month they will remalnuntllSeptember5. \. you must pay is 4.7 percent of visiting with her family. Mr. Miss Susan Gowi:,~, daughter of the first $4800 of your net profit. Strong's father and mother Mr and Mr. and Mrs. D. Mace Gowing of i There will be another increase Mrs. Everett M. strong of Iu:.ca, Parrish road, w!l1 return home I.in 1963. this weekend froni Camp Aloha 1 Q. 1 have reason to believe N. Y., were also family gueslsun- HI 1· ,thllt the employer I worked tor til August 8. Mr. E. M. Strong Is b ve InE y, vt., where she has 'early in 1961 did not report ~v f f 1 t I al gI een a counselor for the past nine . ..~ pro essor a e ec r c en neer- wllges. How can I find out for Ing at Cornell Unlverslty. weeks. sure.? Dr. Edwin M. Good and his eight- The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Emil A. You can check . your social year-old son Brian of Stanford" F, Carlsten of lIarvard avenue security record for 1961 hy 9alll., were the mid-week guests have as their gIIests their son-In- writing the Social Security Ad­of Dr. Good's brother-In-law the 1 law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. ; ministration in Baltimore, Mary­Rev. Ralph Sundquist and his fam- I Howard Gladdlng ot Charlestown, ~. land, anytime after July I, 1962. Ily of Princeton avenue. l.1nd. . Your social security office can Mrs. Charles Fassett, the for- \ Sandra Gayley of Elm avenue was give you a post card form tor Rose Nurseries, Inc. 684 SOUTH HEW MIDDLETOWN ROAD MEDIA " - Opposite Highmeodaw - ' (between Dutton Mill Road and Knowlton Road) '. '. T _Iephone - TRemont 2-7206 .. Ask for Ben Palmer" CONSTRUCTION Walls . 'Walks . Terraces SHADE TREES p~ BROADLEAVED EVERGREENS • POTTED STAR ROSES • and Minioture Roses POWER SPRAYING WE DELIVER Open Dally until 5:30 P.M. Sundays 12 uritll 5:30 P.M. mer Spencer P. Carroll,ls vislt-' the recent guest oftheDouglasDa- this purpose. If you find that Ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.Roy vidson, Jr., family of North Ches _ 1 any of your earnings have not ,Carroll, Jr., af Riverview road •.. : ter road for two weeks while tbey "been properly reported, you She will be joined by Mr. Fassett I vacationed at Rockport, Mass. s~~~I~m~me~d~ta~te:l~y~g:et~ln~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~fore returning to Northampton,! Mr • .md Mrs. William R. Camp- .................................................. .. ~ss.' for her senlor year atSmlth . bQil, Jr., and their family of Rut- • • Co lege. I. gets avenue will 'move to their new • • Mr. and Mrs. William 1L Drle-I home In Brandywood, Wilmington, ': LAST WEEK • haus will return to their home on! Del., on August 29. The Campbells • • Yale avenue, SUnday from a visit I were honored on Sunday August • • with Mrs. Drlehaus' brother-in- 12, by a farewell nelghborhoo.tPlc- • :' law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Don- . nlc given hy Mr. and Mrs. Rex J. .. • aid P. Jones althelr cottage "Deep. SeU. '. • Cove", Sebec Lake, Me.~.· • • ,• . • • No Ad This Week THE BOSS IS ,ON VACATION De Store N.,.r Takas a Vacalln DROP IN AND CHECK *i The C •• era ... ", •• ,·SlIop 4 - , ,.rk Avenue.,Sw.ilhmoN, P •• Ki 304191 ~-9 A.M.~ .ilo:'pjd. "Sat.-9 A.M. to I. PM , . , . ·, ,• .:• , . i' • I' • I: : " . , , . : THE PARK AVENUE SHOP : II:' •• ,i .• KI 3-2513 104 '.rk AYI. .: ~ ...................................•........... ~

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6 PERSONALS Mr. ud ....... Russell SnJder of . DIcIdnSOll awDue returned bome by p1aDe OR AucUt 18 hOm a slI:­wee!< tour abroadwlthMr. SnJder's brother aDda1ster-In-law Attorney· RandaU W. snJder and Ids wife of Allentown They fiew to Bergen and the North Cape. picked up their car In Copenhqen and traveled 4000 miles In Denmark. Germany.Aus­tria. Switzerland, before nytng home from Parls. France. The Snyders left on Tuesday for Cam­den. Me •• wheretbeywlll hear their son Noel play ID the final concert Thursday night of the Bay Festlval Concerts series at Mrs. Zimbal­lst ·s Camp. where he has been plaYing 'c~I\O this summer. Noel will enter Cor nell University Graduate School of Ornithology In september. . Mrs. Charles Lyon ChancDer of Dartmouth House. has returned home after vlsltlng relatlves In _New Hampshlte. ESTATE NOTICE ESTATE OF FRED J. GUETTER. deceased (Late of Borough as swarth· more. Pennsylvania). Letters of Administration on tile above Estate have been granted· to the undersigned who requests all . persons having claims or demands agBinst tM Estate of the. dec_edent to make the and to 10 to to 25 Pennsyl· ~~~ ____ ....:.3T-9'7 ESTATE NOTICE THE 8WARTBMOREAN Mr. A. David Speers Mr. and Mrs. Jame. COIIDOr of Drew ava_ and tllelr cblldreD· Fatrvtew zwd drave Mrs. COD- 10M, IlaYkl and LIDdley arrived nor'. mother Mrs. II.. MUlerqrlst home early TUesday mornlncafter of Park avarBle to New .York City vac ..... nIDc for two weeketoAvar- on AIJ8IIIIl 11. wben Mrs. Crls! ID. Vt. Mrs. Speers' parents Mr. salled on the SS Ocean Monarcbop and Mrs. IL Ltndley Peel of a· crui8e to HalIfax. the Baguenay Swarthmore avanue jolnedthemfor Rlver,Quebec. and Bermuda. Her 'the second week. returnlngtotheir· granddaughters MImi Cont!Or aDd home on Monday. AU journeyed to Teal aDd Tina KlsUer-were her Marshl1e1d. vt •• Sunday where Mr. crulse guests, the fulftllmenl ofan Craig Peel Is the student pastor Easter promise. Mr. and Mrs. for the summer. Sunday afternoon Connor continued on to NovaScotia Mr. and Mrs. Craig Peel led their and followed the Cabot Trail. They family up OWl's Head Mountain. arrived home on Sunday. Mrs.Con­The Speers returned by way of nor met her mother and the girls Franconia Notch, N. IL. and Lost In New York yesterday. River. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Edney and The Speers' summer really be- their daughters Cheryl and Llnda gan when they met their son David of Westminster avenue have re­in New York on July 20 when he turned from their vacatton In Lan­returned from 13 months of travel caster • ·N. IL •• where they visited In Europe and attendance at Lycee .Mr. Edney's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jaccard boardlng school at Lake Arthur Edney and Mrs. Edney's Geneva. Lausanne. Switzerland. parents Mr. and Mrs. JasonGess­wltb hls cousln Jimmy and hls nero They alsoenjoyedseelngthelr uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. James daughter Charlotte who Is sum­Cunning. the latter Mr. Speers' mer.employed at nearby Santa·s sister. Enroute home. the Speers Village and stays with her uncle met Mr. and Mrs. William Pegram and aunt. Mrs. Edney·sbrother.ln­and their daughter Anneandtrans- law and sister Mr. and Mrs.Ray­ferred Lindley Speers to accom- mond Jackson In Lancaster. Char­pany the Pegrams and stay for two lotte will go from there 10 begin weeks wilh Ann at Camp Aloha her sophom*ore year al Manor. Falrlee. vt. Then they re- MountaIn College. Poultney. vt • turned 10 Swarthmore where the Mrs. Andrew sem*nuk and her Cunnlngs remalned 10 visit for tbe sons Geoffrey and Rlcbard of Drex­weekend before returning to their el place arrived home Sunday from h_o_m_e_In_I_n_dl_a_na_po~I,_I_s;.., In_d_. __ ...... .:S.:o::;m::;e::r::;s=el. England, where they had CLASSIFIED ADS PERSONAL Estate of GRACE M. SMITH 1-------------.­CULBERTSON deceased. (Late of PERSONAL - qarpenlty jobbing. 1-------------- WANTED the Borough of swarthmore. recreation rooms, book cases, WANTED - Practical nurse desires aware County. Pa.' porches. L. J. Donnelly. Klngs- position. Hospital experience. LETTERS Testamentary wood 4-3781. Swarthmore references. Call THe-above Estale have been irs",t.,d 1_____________ mont 4-3226. the undersigned. who ~:1t:E~i.!iI PERSONAL-Plano tuning speclal-I-::==::::"-:~-..,..=-==== persons having clalms or lsi. minor repairing. Qualified WAN'1'ED- House to r~nl in Swarth· against Ihe Estate of the m~mber Plano Technicians' Guild. more for professlollal family with to make known the ten years. LeamBifl. KIngswood two charming small chUdren. WIU persons Indebled to the 3-5755. move as soon as avallable. Box to make p~ment. witbout <Iel,ay. ~llpE;;;;;~:-:~~~;;;:;~~-;U; '1'. '1'he Swarlhmolean. .'Illen Messersmith. Executor. I~ - Custom-made slip (..:::..:=...:.::.::.::::::.:.=::....----- ~Pjby~;Ro~aid!.~Chi:~ad!d~S~Fo~r~di. ;p~~~.~co~v~e!rs!·lp~ln~fllt~tei.d;ln;y~oU;r;ho;m;~e. WANut:D - Experienced leacher Or to his Attorneys: You supply material. I make them. for kindergarten Nursery School shade. HeinS. Erskine Work guaranteed. prompl service. In springfield. Weekday morning. 1606 Phila. National CLearbrook 9-6311, september through . June. Call Ing. Phlla .. 7. Pa. .. KIngswood 4-4439 or KIngswood PERSONAL - Gllbert's Steam Wall 1..;4~5.:.37.:;9:.:. ________ _ ••••••••• 0 • e, • • • • scraping. remove pa1nt over;. . . ,DO YOU WANT TO SELL paPer. Interior painting. George WANTED - Used and antique fUr- YOUR HOME? Gilbert. TRemont 4-7082. - Idture. Dishes. coins. stamps t~~~~"i~:i;~i~S LUdlow 6-0574. LEhigh ',. We bave several customers spouting •. r~~~~~~~~~~~~i ~ rooms a: wbo want Swarthmore & area. speCialty. J. Foster. GLobe ber List With Us! 9-2713. ':A~.-': late Alice Tharbahn, Saleswoman PERSONAL - BicY~les repalred; parts. accessories. Milt Glass - - KI 3-8796 - Bicycle. Hobby. Toy Shop. 206-7 for East Baltimore Avenue. ClIfton Ralph Rupert. Realtar gfi:~s:ii!~::r~n 6-0713.0pposlte WANTED - To buY. two large old trunks. not wardrobe type. Call Klngswood 3-4961. WANTED -Care at - KI 3-9400- ••••••••••••••••• PERSONAL - THOM SEREMBA. able woman. 25 YlBItecI 1II1II IIrs. semellllll:'s par­ellbl Mr. aDd Mrs. R.F. Bishop for a mOllth. TIle boys saw their . IfIIndfaiher fo,r the ftrst Urlte aDd Mrs. _SeID8Dlk •. after an abeef!Cl8q.f 14 ye",s •. e~ted vl~ltlni:"itlil!!or four sisters and attending the wed­ding of her niece, Miss GID1aiI Fleldlng, on August 6. Dr. aod Mr ... Merrlll B. Hayes of University place drove last week to Camp Deerwood. Squam Lake. N.H.. to collect their son Jimmy who had summered there and then met Iheir daughter Barbara who returned with Girl Scout Troop 331 from Its European Tour al Idlewlld AIrport. New York. They proceeded to Booth Bay Harbor. Me;. where they wlll visit Dr. Hayes' mOlher Mrs. J. Arthur Hayes throUShtbe Labor Day week­end. Mr. John Rumsey of Vassar avenue Is recuperating nicely in Sacred Heart Hospital, Chester. a -heart atlack suffered 9. Mr. Rumsey expects to SPEcfAL PRlel!: ON EXTERIOR ED AINIS Repaired Pb. Kl EMIL. SPIES WATCHMAKER Formerlyaf F.C. Bade and Son. Watch and 128 Yale Ave. lock Repairs Swartlunore. Po.. Klngswood 3-1448 WILLIAM BROOKS Ashes and Rubbish Removed Lawns Mowed. General Haullng kardlng Ave. Marton. Po. ~"ry Ellen FLORIST South Chester KI 3.8093 THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU l~t~h~re~e:.~ye~ar~~~I!d~S'~~~~~i!~! Upholstered fUrniture renovaled dally. reasonable 35 years experience. SUNDAY.8:45 a.m. Chair bottoms repaired. $8. up •. two We.ks. -Judy cUtr of Florham Pm. ILJ., vlstted bel' uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Will selzer otBen~ West throuIbaut last weet: August Spec'ial! 20% Discoual!U BOOKWAYS 417 Dartmouth Ave. K13-0926 Aluminum Siding Porch Enclosures Enameled white storm windows Insulation and Roofing A.I.Y ,._ .. .a..._ .,. .•, •.,. .. ..i•.O t• i.II t~ ,... . P~ROOFINGA SIDINGW. 1I...c_, ••• ... ---~ .....~_·_UJttf Quoker..1 MOlu DlAua CUSTOM KITCHENS . by H. D. Church 3 PARK AVE •• SWARTHMORE 1~;;~~~~4~-2727~ Convalescent Home 25()7 Cbestnu. t st. . Cbester TRemont 2-5373 .24-Hour Nursing Care Aged. Senile. Chronic Convalescel'~ Men and Women Excellent Foo<I • SpacIous Grounde . Blne Closs Honored . SADIE PIPPlN AIR CONDITIONERS AM-ANA Upholstery and sllp covers In your ,1 ___________ '-- WFIL. 560 kc foafb ric or from our 11 yFeraeres !"OR SALE - Irvington Park. De- Iliiiiiiiii~~~~~ii~iiil luxe modem In superior condltlon. ~~::!~~ All brick twin. SItUl.ted In most de' En" a. ChIpmM udS. CARRIER CHRYSLER GENERAL ELECTRIC $159.95 up FACTORY AUTHORIZED Sales and Service Paper Bags for All CI.ane .. Raymond J. Dawson 210 West Stole St., Media Op,,~ Evenings 7:30 :- 9 P.M. (Except Wed. & Sat. evenings) FUEL OIL OIL BURNER SERVICE BUDGET PLAN COAL VAN ALEN BROTHERS, INC. KI 3-4742 or LE 2-2«0 clothes and cl"thles. slrable community. One block from KIn d 3-6649 swim club. COnvenient to buses. gswoo . • schools SlDd churches. Three bed- PERsoNAL - Auto driving In· room •• cr,ramlc bath with vanette. struction. Appointed by the De- sunken I vlng room. step-up dining partr.ent of Public Instruction to room. fUli basem*nt with playroom offer a course leadlng to fUll Op- studlo. workshop and laundry areas. erating privileges at age ,17. re- Screened porch. awnings. fenced sulting In lower Insurance premium. yard. $13.690 Includlng carpeting Edward F. Mau. 925 'r.dgmont Ave. and aluminum' stann doors and nue. TRemont 2-4346. screens. TRe"lont 6-2753. PERSONAL - Beautiful rldlng FOR SALE - Rambler '60 wagon. Private. Excellent condltlon. Ra- Jack Prichard PAINTING INTERIOR & EXTERIOR Free Estimates Tennessee walking horse, avail· KlngsW'ood 3-8761 able to person who loves horses and will give him proper care. Call LOwell 6·2'140. FOR RENf dio, htlater. reclln"ing seats. KIngS-Ir:.!:~~~~~~~~:!.!; wood 4-5209. II FOR SALE -Antique Welsh cup- FOR RENT - Interestingly fIImlsh-ed, garden ... set house for school season or longer. four bedrooms. 225 Wallingford Avenue. Walling­ford. LOwell 6-8371. FOR RENT - Single room near col­lege,. KIngswood 3-4555. board, chea.t ,)f ,jrawers, day bed. cot. crocheted bedspread. LOcust 8-6734. FOR SALE - DeWalt saw. assorted power tools and motors - sell or trade. LEhlgh 2·5213 Friday. 7-10. Saturday 10-2. Coavalescent HOllie Baltlmore Pike & Lincoln Ave. SWllrllunore Established 1932 FOR RENT _ Apartment In beauti- FOR S1 -L\F,. - Mo v In g. 9 by 12 rug. ,~'Iet. Restful Surroundlnga With fill surroundings. large 1Iv111IJOOm like new. Mahogany twin beds. Eleellent 24·Hour Nursing Care 'Since Free Estfmates 1401 Ridley Avenue Chester, Po. TRemont 2-4759 TRemont 2-5689 Picture Framing I ROGER RUSSELL Phofographic Supplifn srATE ... MONROE STS. IDOlA LOwell 6-21.,6 . ful surroundlngs.large living room chesls. chalrs. two television. de- KlnOgswood 3-0272 OPBN PRIDAY EVENINGS three bedrooms. tile bath. dining humldlfler. two single beds. drum room. kitchen. -deck porch. gal,aie.1 tabl~. assorted tables. glassware • .!!i:i~~iiiiii~~:~~-~~=~::::::~~~~~~~~ near transportation. Adults. SlDd miscellaneous Items. LOwell t LOwell 6-0153. :....6-:.:::.106:.:::.1:..... -~---- : ROOFING SPOUTNG LOST A",I> ~~nS~!'aEb;.:~~d;.~t~ha:l.~~ ~~W:'~I ,PATTON ROOFING! FClU- N-·i- ::. Green ..'.e eplng bag. red- 4J3o5i nP ltuhesh f UMn.i ll'D RIeo asd. . CWlQalIlhinergsf.o Jrdr.. . ' , GUTTERS SIDING Une • Harvard avenue creek. Call LOwell 6-4~~ 1. :, COMPANY :, KIngswood 3-1I8t: _____ '--____ --:_1 FOR SALE - Jointer planer. l ' AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL KI4-3775 Louis (Lou) Oronzia Incb crafts.Jan with 1/3 hOlS.el: established 1873: Free Estimates : power. 1125 capacity. start ~ : •. shaft motor. Bell pulleys. and 'a,,,e,, I II : LOwell 6·7294.: I FOR EALE _ Antlguea. hought : MONTHL Y FINANCING ARRANGED S sold. Chairs re.""ed and· ,:. Swarthm,~o.r.eii• •P .Qii. ..._ _______. .Ki i'.4i1. 0•ii i2ii2iil!:2: Nsbea. Bullard. KIngswood 3-ZUI~'1 I q' _ 4 ... ,~ ........ a I New Books at Public Library News Notes ~_~a 8~W~A~R~T;1H~M_tOa~tR dE~A:NarTb;n~~M4~;';;;;;~~rj~;I;nI nI~~~;;B~e~aciiPlt~ Dae~Lg ~ei1 . Mr. and Mr8. Alvtn Johnson aDd Keboab on Lake Wlnnepe- to Ocean Drive, S.C., wbea:e they Claudia ColI. dauaktet 01 Mr. theIr. clJlldren David. Timothy aDd Wolfboro. were the pats of Mr. Cbaprnan's and Mrs. Roland L. Colt or Mari- Wendy of Dlcklnson averue re- ·Mr. aDd Mrs. -J. Roy Carroll. parents Mr; aDd Mrs.·F. W. C!uip- etta avarBle. is spenil1pg two ...... · of Riverview road, aDddaugh- man aDd other relatives. On the at Camp HIdden Falls. Girl·ScoUt turned on Friday from spendiDK a Pe~ and Pat rec-nIlv new to bo the sto dlnWlnato Ib . .. ~ • way me y ppe n-. Camp In the Poconos. . amDodn B vaca1lonalng In tMlnn'eapo"ll8 1'Ie 'altle where they saw the ""''o rld'S Sale m, u..c.. . to ...~.... t Mr s. Chap - Mr. and Mrs. Gar. e. ld ~ Gray. o•f FICTION: Isaac. A,slmov, More M ay L e. M1fm, They then took a boat triP to man's brother Mr. L.R. French. IHlIII'Vlord avenue and tbelr chlldren So~st Selen"", Fiction; James M. ,r. George Alllson at Vassar I;~~::~ and·VancouverwhereMr. Mrs. Clark Davis otWaUlngford stephen and Llsa,returned Barlre, '1' ofllmy BIfId Grlzel; F. fa venuFe rett urned home on August 10 attended a me.~ ...... -..~. ofthe vis ited he.'.-. slste r Mrs. Wl IIlam II.. 15fromaummerlngatNew-s cott Fit zgerald. Tbe p"_L, Hobby hraodm h eeonr sCtabtaioftneeed. Aforrk • •1 0w mheornet bhes 1~~~:~IeBo::ard of wldcb be Is vice- Ward In Rangeley. Me• • for aweek. Lake near Seran\On. Thelr stories; GUes A. Lutz. The Long slnc.e he wascalleduptoservewllh Mr. and Mrs. Samuel n Clyde, Gary Elde of MlnneapoUs. Cold Wind; RIchard Powell. The the National Guard. He will resume Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Chap- Jr •• SIDd Sam. m • of Wa1\lngford ,spent the summer -with Soldl~r; Tobias SmoUelt. The Ex- teachln& biology at Valley Forgef~~=~o~f~w~e~s;tm~lnI~ste~r~a~ve~n~ue~gha~ve~re~t~urned~~_a fte~~r~a~ste~y~aI~tbe~~ir~~~:::::=====~...;.'"I pedltlon of Humphrey Clinker; Milltary Academy In the fall. l Earl Hamner., Jr.. Spencer's Three 17 . year _ old English NONE PRICED HIGHER MountaIn Dlaj; Wllli Heinrich. The schoolboys were the guests Wed­Lonely Conqueror; Lois PhllUps nesclay for dlnner and tbe evening Hudson. The Bones of Plenty; Rom- of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Fox of Yale ulus Linney. Heathen Valley; Mary avenue and of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Main. The Girl Who Was Never Fry of Dickinson avenue. Theyare Queen; Ruth' Moore. Second In theUnitedstatesbyarrangemenl Growth; Bart Spicer. AnAclofAf\- of the Ezperlment In lnlernattonal ger; Paul L Wellman. Magnificent Living aoo have spent two and a Des!Jny; Raymond Williams. Bor- half weeks of.thelr four-weekvlsll der Country. In Falls Churcb. Va., where they MYSTERIES: Plel're Audemars. were entertained In homes. Tbe Turns of T.lme; Rulh Fenlson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Allison Dead Weight; AndrewGarve.Prls- of ·Vassar. avenue spent the month oner's Friend; Margaret Millar, of July dilvlng In the nortbwest How ~e an Angel; Jean Potts. Untted stales and tbe Canadian The Evil Wish; Jeremy York. Two stopplng enroute at for the Money. World's- Fail' In Seattle,. SlDd re- NON-FI'::TION: Emma Balley. turning home In early August. Sold to the Lady In Ihe Green Hat; The Rev. Mr. E. G. Bennett and ' Chester L Barnard. The FuncUons Mrs. BennetlofCornellavenuewili ot The Executive; Joseph Leon move on August 31 to Old Green­Blau. The Siory of Jewish wlcb, Conn., "here Rev. Bennett Phllosopby; Hart Crane, The Col- serve with the Natlonal Coun­lected Poems of Hart Crane; Mer- .. tll of the EPiscopal Cburch. vyn Dutton. Hockey; The Fastest Mrs. Paul E. Zecber of North Game on Earth; Martin Esslin. I.SwalrlhmO,re avenqe and chUdren The Theatre of Ihe Absurd; M. du- and pauli iI; .• vacationed In Mont Francls. An OUtline of French Avalon. N.J.. where they were Grammar; . Frank Frisch. Frank joined on August 17byMr.·Zecher. Frisch: The Fordham Flash; Jo Before returning home they visited hannes Galtanldes, Greece; John Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Jones al Gassner, Masters of the Drama; Lake Paupac. Mr. and Mrs. G. Ralph Hanco*ck. Puerto Rico. A Alex Mllls were also guests. Travelers' Gulde; Joe J. Heydeck- Mr. and Mr". W. Marshall er. The Nuremberg TrtaI; E. C. Schmldl and chlldren of Dickinson. lUlls. A Portuguese Grammar; avenue visited Mr. and Mr Wil­Harttey E. Jackson, Newspaper llam Conron at Stone Harbor. N.J •• TypograpHy; John Wanainaker (De. recenUy. partment store). Golden Book' of Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Althouse have the Wanamaker Stores; Virginia returnedfromNewHampshlrewith . W. Jo",,"on. The Unreglmented G ell.eral; lIer~rtKepp'ler. 124.r.:;::::::~:::::i ~~~i Ways 10u can test Cameras. Lens. . Richard-Van Dersal. T es. SIDd EquJpment; Carl W. Miller. cesstul Supervisor In Government .Prlnclples of photographlcRepro. and·Slrsllless; Alhert Von. Haller, ductton; John Moore. You English The Vitamin Hunters; Arthur Wa­Words; Edward D. Radin. Lizzle ley. The'No Plays of Japan; Wall Borden; Jean..Jacques Rousseau. Street Journal (perlodlcal). The The COnfessions; Charles Sam- New MIIllonalres and How They uels. The Girl In the Houseqfl{o,te: Made Their Fortunes; William IL it. Alien Smith. Write M~ a Poem. Whyte, Jr •• Is AnjbodyLlstenlng7; Baby; GeorgeW. Snedecor,Slatlst- Helen Rex Keller. The Reader's Ical Methods Applied to Expori- Digest of Books; Arnold J. Toyn­ments . In. Agriculture and Biology; bee. A Study of History; Delaware Charles E. Sorensen. My Forty ·County Yearbook. Ye\f,rs with Ford; Frances Bruce REFERENCE: IL Gresham, strain. New Patterns In Sex Teach- Carl', Flags of the World; Margar" Ing; Joseph J. Thorndike. Jr •• Hor-' et M. Bryant. Current American lzon. :JUly. '62. United Natlons. De- Usage; Herhert George Wells. The partment of PubliC. Informatlon. Outline of IIlstqry; Howell DaviS, The South American Handbook. How to rs, away Prepared as a Public Service by t~e Burllary Prevenlion Week I.dvlsory C:lmmittee. 11 S. Mo'gan St.. Chicago 7, Illinois. CONNECT TIMER TO LAMP A darkened house, or a light that burns all nilht. attracts bUlglars. Use automatic timer 10 turn lights ON and OFF eacl1 eve, ninl:. This makes house took IlVed·in and is a 100d protective measure. CANCEL ALL OELIVEIUES A lillered porch and lawn muns you',e aWIY. Ananee to have mail held and all deliveries suspended dlilrine your absence. Ask a nei,hbOf to sweep your sidewllk and mow your lawn, too. LOCK Ail ODORS AND WINDOWS SUurely 1000k III dooJl Ind windows. Use Slf •• y litchIS M dOOfS .nd wlMQWs, too. Ooft't IftIIr.e • bUI,la,o, Job elSY! LEAVE BLINDS .""" Tighlly drawn blinds may kee-p the sun our. but also belra,Y your "absence." leave curtains and blinds as you norl11JlIy WOUld, when home. HOTIF¥ POLICE Tetl one neiel'lbor and tocat police of dates you'll be away. They can keep eye on thin,s durin. your absem;e. CLOSE GAIASE ODORS ..59c BONELESS CHUCK ROAST BONELESS NONE PRICED HIGHER CROSS CUT ROAST a.69c RIB ROASTS 10-INCH CUTS 7-INCH CUTS NONE PRICED HIGHER SLICED lb. 33e Whole lb. NONE PRIC~O HIGHER I SMOKED PICNICS 21' GOLDEN BANANAS BARTLETT PEARS NONE PRICED HIGHER 2 Ib.lt Ibs·25c A&P FROZEN PEAS, FRENCH FRIES 2 CORN, OR PEAS & CARReTS. . ·Ib. bag 39' MEAT PIES MORTON'S FRUZEN BEEF, CHICKEN OR TURKEY ClOROX BLEACH ~1I.all~n 35e plastiC lug 111allon 57e plastic jug AiP J 12-OZ'17e boHle 24-01. 25e boHle LARGE ANGEL FOOD RING I ~E I each3ge IRAn ROO DRESSING b•' ;~ 39c I LUNOH .EATsR·i .g..h 't 31c2a. •. ·•· $I, CLEANSER CLEANSER KRAFr CORN OIL AJAX- COMET MARGARINE 2.1."..'.'Y 5e SAVE 2c 214-0 •• 27e CHICKIN 0. lHE' UA LICHT MlAT PER CAN 214-0 •• 31e TUNA FISH ,ans eanl 12~:._ 51c 2 6!.~" eSc MEDIUM SIZE PERSONAL SIZE SOAP IVORY SOAP IVORY SOAP IVORY SlOW 4 ban 3ge 4 ban 27e 2 I.rgo 6ge ,1 ... 1 830 boxel ... SOAP DETERGENT DETERGENT IVORY LIQUID JOY LIQUID OXYDOL 12 ..... 35e 22 ..... 62e bottl. hottl. I~ ..... 35e 22 ..... 62e bottl. baHI. 2 I.r •• 6ge gianl 830 "ox.. box ·DETERGENT DETERGENT SOAP TIDE CHEER DUZ 2 10'" 67e aianl 7ge SAVE 3c 2 I.,g> 610 2 10,,, 6ge glanl INt... box PERBOX box •• Ito... box 83e DETERGENT DETERGENT TABLETS CLEANER DASH SALVO SPIC 'I SPAI Ia.::: 390 a:; , 7SC 12 ;. 410 24 I. 7ge pkg. pkg. 16-0 •• 280 S40eL 91 ° box INt. LIQUID CLEANER FABRIC SOFTENER SHORTENING MR. CLEAI DOWNY CRISCO 28-oz. 67e 1 pI,. 1 430 Iql,. 13 790 I SAVE I 3~ 80° bOHle .z. .... 01. beHIe Sc AU PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY. AUGUST 25TH, 1962 .. a .... field Shopping Center - 601 Baltimore Plk. ,

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MAT'L DIRECTOR mES SCOUTS 'RAIl-SOAKED CAMP PROGRAM (Continued from,Last Week) In acld1t1on to tbe merit badge ad­vancementprogram, the boys earn ... ed speclaI achievement 'awards of an ar""-ad neckerchief allde the flr'" week and a trail hike necker­chief sHde 10 the shape of a shoe the second week. Tje awards earmed were asfp;­The awards earned were as fol­lows: First Class - Scott Sesstons, Ronnie Laub, Tom Ullman. Steven Gray. Second Class - Chrl.~ Shay, Ken Vumm, Pete Hopson. Camping, Cook1og, Pioneering badges all went to: Richard Redden, Robert SUzie, John Frost, Dave Meyer, Dave Bennet, John Espenschade, Bert Tibbetts, Scott SeSsions, Chris Shay, Michael Frost, Jack Cushing, John seeley, Andrew Maass, Phil Moore, Jeff Mtddelton, Ken Dumm, Dave Maass, Martin Anderson, steve Moor.,Ronnie Laub, Tom Ullman, Bill Wilburn. Other lJadges and thuse who earned them are: Dumm, forestry, swimming; R. Ullman, pioneering, wood carving, bird study, basketry; Redden, for­estry; SUzie, wood carving, public spealdllg; J. Frost, wood carving, swimrniog; Meyer"wood carving; Cushing, forestry, nature, basket­ry, wood carvlng; Seely, forestry, A. Maass, forestry, nature; Mld­delton, swimming; D. Maass, na­ture, swimming; Anderson, swIm­ming, basketry; "Moore, forestry. .swImrniog; Laub, swimming; T. Ullman, rue saving; Gray, fisbing. Leader Hopson andScoutsOOug­las Dumm and John Seely were In­iUated Into the Order of the Ar­row, oatlona1 scout' honor scoiety reco~ outstanding campers. Andrew Maass, Eric Peterson and David sbugarts, elected at the same time, were initialed earlier 10 the year. Other members of the , Order of !be Arrow from SWarth­more are David LeSlie, Bill Cush­ing, former Scoutmaster Peter Murray. Scoutmaster Ullman, Roger Ullman and Ricky Ullman who Is now serving as a nature counselor at Camp Delmont. I COlIIIY R6IDBITS BIOll • Uf DRIVE Five area residents are amooc \bose named to posts ofleaderslllp for thla- fall's 1963 Untted Torch Drive 10 Delaware County, according to WUttamBuUerotMe­dla, chairman of the campaign's 1?rovldence division. Newly-named district directors are Roger D. BrownlngofWalUog­ford, who wW head the South Neth­er Provldeoc" district, and K. Mark Lyons of Moylan, director, Rose Valley district. Mr. Browolog has been active, loeally, 10 membership drives tor Boy Scouts of AmerIca and was chairman of the, Torch Drive In his firm's department last year. As a companydlvlsloD chairman, he received an award for achiev­Ing the highest percentage Increase in giving over ,the previous year. Mr. Lyons named as his asSoc­late director, Richard M. Marcks Of Moylan who will assist Mr. Ly­ons In recrultlngcaplalnsandsoll­cltors and directing solicitation of homes In Rose Valley. Mr. BuUer alsohasnamedRlch­ard J. van Rodeo of Riddlewood, director of the Lima campaign district, and Mrs. Robert B. Dick­ey of Rose Tree, <!frector for Up­per Providence district. Mr. van Roden has had other fund-raising experience In the Rld­dlewood Hospital drive and a Boy Scout membership c~mpalgo. He is also chairman of the Middletown Township SUpervisors. Mrs. Dickey was a volunteer 10 the 1959 and 1960 Torch Drives and has been active with otber chari­table fund-raising, acllvitles. The fall Torch Drive will bene­m 250 voluntarybealtbandwelfare agencies, Including 20 agenCies directly serving Delaware County. MRS. WM. M. BmlNG THE, REAN NEWS NOTES Mr. and Mrs. David Bingham of Fairview road visited last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. If. Leroy McCune In their new home In McLean, Va. Mr. Mccune Is with American Airlines, Washlngton'Internatiorial Airport. Mr. and Mrs. Claire If. Jeglum of HIIlhorn avenue had as their guest for three days this week MIss Mary Guyer of New York City who has Just returned from a year In SpaIn at the University of Madrid 'studylng Spantsh llterature, with emphasis on the novel and drama, as a Fulbrlght Scholar. Miss Guy­er 'irIIl continue ber graduate work at Harvard this falL Miss Mary Karns of Port Clin­ton, 0., left on SUnday after visit­Ing her brother and slster-In-taw Mr. and Mrs. George M. Karns of Wellesley road for one week. Mr, and Mrs. W. Alfred Smith of Amherst avenue, their daugh­ter Beverly and Asta Fels, Swe­dish exchange student who ,wW make her home wltb the Smiths during the school year, have re-, turned from a week's vacation at Eastham on Cape Cod. They were the overnight guests, going and coming, of their son-In-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William E. German and their famUy In WhIp­pany' N. J. Their other son-In­law and daughter and son Jeffrey of Quincy, Mass., jolhed the party at Cape Cod. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hnkert of strath Haven avenue have"returned from spending three weeks at the Goddard Music Center at PlaIn­field, Vt., wbere Mr. HUkertplayed the 'ce1l9 In ensemble work. They attended cburch at MarShfield, Vt., where Union Seminary student Craig Peel, son of Mr, and Mrs. If. Lindley Peel of Swartbmore avenue, Is the Bummer pastor. Mrs. George F. WUklns of Los Angeles, CaIlf., visited her home on Garrett avenue through last Annie (Hersch) Bitting, 94, wife week. Mrs. George W. Sweet enter­of the tate William M. Bitting, for _ talned In ber honor at a Coffee on merly of Pennsburg and East Friday mornlng. Greenville, Pa., passed away Frl- Mrs. Mary, Child Foster of day, August 17, at the home of her Slelghton Farms, formerly of daughter Mrs. Homer Meschter, Swarthmore, has returned home p "e unsgrove, N. J. after vlsUlng In Perrysburg, 0., Mrs. BlttlngwUlbewellremem- with her sister Mrs. James La­bered by ber Swarthmore friends France, the former Ruth Child, through the visits she made from and In Tanguy with Mrs. Joseph time to time with her daughter Mrs. Carter, the former Mary Ellen Charles Grier of Dartmouth ave- Broadbent. nue. . Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Johnson of Surviving are two daughters, Amherst avenue have spentthepast STORI} HOURS • '.11"01 Ct, .. ; EDGEMONT AVENUE, SEVENTH AND WELSH STREET BOYS' OUTERWEAR FINE SElECTION 1928 All weather coats in handsome olive a~ blue plaids with Corduroy Goal coats orIon pile lining. Knil collars. Side vents in coat. Elephant brown or olive. Sizes 8 - 20 new ski orIon pi Ie n11lon side - liizes 10 - Cp"np'retely washable. orlan pile zip out linings. " . Sizes 8 - 20 Ano Gearhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. 1. Gearhart of stratb Haven avenue, returned bomeSUn­day after Visttlng her grandmother Mrs. F. B. Gearhart In Palmerton for a week.. Mrs. Mae Meschter, Pennsgrove, four weeks In Rehoboth Beach, and Mrs. Elna Grier, and a son Del. On their return they wlll take Charles D. Bitting of Kenvil, N. J. a week's bus tour sponsored by the l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Also surviving are seven grand- Division of National Missions of Children, and 11 great grandchlld- the Methodist Church. Thetrlpwlll reo. include visits to Mission Stations Funeral services were conduct-· in MassachUsetts, New Hampshire, Mrs. Frank McCormack ofCor­ona del Mar, Calif., visited her brother-In-law and slst"r Mr. Mrs. Raymond R.GemmillofMuh­lenberg avenue for 10 days ed by Mr. Kenneth Hollenbaugh, New York, New Jersey, and to the student assistant of the Union Interchurch Center In New York Presbylerlan Church, Carney's City. P oIn t , N. J ., T uesd ay , Au gus t 21 , Mr. and Mrs. G. WU1sBrodhead at St. Paul's Lutheran Churcb, and their daughterCharlolle of Ms- Red lilli, Pa. Interment was In the pie avenue leave today to vacation .':,,.lIy. ________ -f~~I~~L£~~~~ __________ ,~a~t~B~ea~~:h~Ha~V~e~n~,~N~,~J:. _________ . WE WILL REMAIN OPEN DURING ALTERATIONS. • PLEASE EXCUSE OUR APPEARANCE AND ANY INCONVENIENCE IT MAY CAUSE. WHEN COMPLETED WE HOPE TO SERVE YOU FASTER AND MORE EFFICIENTLY. THE ALTERATIONS -we hope- WILL BE COMPLETED BY THE THIRD WEEK IN SEPTEMBER. The 401 ... • • I .1 Ax II swn • POOD MA.or • • • UP •• $5 PET~Bj " III Uliat of nturanca 333 Dartmouth Aven'lVi" S.arthmore, P •• , " . . ~ . ' , . SVlOrthr.lore Swarthmore Collegl' Lihrar?t VO 1T'S YOUR DUTY TO VOTEI 34 -NUt.\BER GRADE SCHOOL , I' HOURS LISTED KINDERGARTEN TO BEGIN ON STAGGERED SCHEDULE , The school year 1962 -63 will open for elementary' students on Thureday, sePtemiler 6. First g.aders wUl report for morning classes only on Thursday and Fri­day, September 6 and 7. Full day sessions for the first grade wtIl begln Monday,' September 10 •• Grades two through six will have full day sessions starting on Sept­ember 6. Kindergarten Class ... Kindergarten classes wUI begin on a slaggeredschedule. One-third of each section wUl report on Thursday, a!)Other third on Friday and the flnal group wlll join them on Monday. Below Is listed Klnder­g~ rten assignments: THURSDAY, SEPT. 6 MRS. ANDERSEN - A. M. M .... garet BianChi, Karl Craw­ford, Cynthia, Dunton, Valorle Ann Fisher, Ruth Ann Frazer, Eliza­beth f*ckushima, CarOline Jenkins, Robert Jones, Peter Koelle; MISS HOWELL --A.M. Carol Ann Burgett, Glenn Deni­son, Maggie Dougherty, John Elm­gren, stewart Flood. Jr., Ralph Frazer, Charles Ham, Carolyn SUe Knox, Caryn Llenbach. " . MRS. ANDERSEN - P.M. stephen Ball, Joan Bonner, Dor­othy' ·Connor, Richard Cresson, Deems Dickinson, Eugene Doug­lass, Claud Eley, David Flte, Da~ vid Hagelin; MISS HOWELL ~- P.M. Howard Barford, Jame~ Daugh- ·;~1t''':st;fi;~~'t~JtJ:;ga~~ sa Gaylord, Nancy G a I zi John Grant. . FRIDAY, SEPT. 7 MRS. ANDERsEN -- A.M. David MacCrone, Louisa Mang­elsdorf, Kathleen Mclotlre, Anne Munroe, David Oldach, Brenda Perkins, Craig Rial, Christopher Rounds, stanley Scott; MlIlS HOWELL -- A..M. Carolyn Jean McKelvey, Philip Maass, Christine Martenson, Nan­cy Mulvihill, Cynthia Mumford, Kathleen Noole, Paul Oliva, Jr .. Elizabeth Place, Sharon potts. MRS. ANDERSEN - P.M. Christopher H a I g h t, Charles Howland, staunton Jones, Elizaheth Lee, Kurt Morrison, Stephen Mur­ray, Rachel. OWens, David Parry; MISS HOWELL P.M.- Jonathan !Uenze, Christopher Hoey. Alan Hume, Peter Joyce, Mary Keller, Patricia Ketcham, Thomas Linton, Jr., Susan Mar­shall. MONDAY; SEPT. 10 MRS: AND~EN --- A.M. Lisa Seyferth, Jame.s Smyers, Jr., Mary Starrett, Anita Tracey, Stephen' Volle, Lynn Wilkinson, Maxwell WUllams, Julia Wood­co*ck; MISS HOWELL -- A.M. - ' David Rommel, Katherine Saplk, Alison Smith, Marcia Smith, M1c!l­ael Spies, David Urban, Daniel Waltz, Diane WUllams, Stephen Wood. • SWARTHMORE, PA., FRIDAY, NOV. GROUND-BREAKING' SET FOR APT.-MOTR Cornelius H. A. Wildman said this week that he expects to break ground'io November for the 215 apartment-50 motel room struc­tUre whlcb SWarthmore's Borough GouncU and Zoning Board of Ad­justment a year ago granted him permlsston to erect on the site of the former Strath Haven 100. The 68-year-old Inn at Harvard and Yale avenues was dismanUed ' last winter. Since then the Borough Engineer Gus Houtman has completed a sewer survey, test borings were taken and structural engineers are now perfecting the design of tbe modern housing facUlty which Wildman says be alms to make "the best buildlng In Swarthmore and a real asset to the com­munIty." , Carroll, Grladale and Van Alen, Philadelphia archl!ectural .firm which draw the preliminary design, has been placed In c,harga of the detailed layout which, according to Wlldman, envisions no sub­stantial change to the original plans. It was estimated last year that the Six-story building would cost In the nelghhorhood of three mUllon dollar~. , WUdman purchased the historic ·'country resort Inn" in 1959 lor $110,000, and closed It on June 26, 1960 after a reported loss of $60,000 during 13 months of at­tempted operation oUhe antiquated facilities. L~BRARY PLANS CASTLE PARTY Young Readers' Social ,Event Set For Sept. 8 In a aurry of last week activity, more than a dozen young members of' the SWarthmore Public LI­brary's summer readlng club fought their way past dragons and wolves to join other travelers now residing at Swarthmore Castle: Dick Morrill, Sally Fox, Barbara Harris, Greg Corant, Blll Shmld­helser, Jane Oczkowskl, Linda Colflesh, Lawrie Miffiln, Richard Eckenroth, Wayne McKinney, and Carol Dudley. Tbese eager readers jolo 30 other children who hed previoUsly completed their readlng requIre­ments: Harold Morgan, Cindy Cottman, Kenneth Waltz, Bobby West, Vicki Church, M..rgu Bloom, Mary AMe Oczkowsld, Eric SCRee, Robert Van Ravenswaay, Donna Mc­Kenney, Jeff Field, Evelyn Saplk, Marsha Massey, Rlndy Jaffe, Amy Williams, Jimmy Salam, Lynne Rankin, Emmeline Kroon, Shirley Dodson, Pamela co*keley, Craig RlhI, Elaine McKinney, BlIlSalom, Nancy Dodson, Doug Latimer J Donna Ross, Rickey Onley, Greg Scace, and Bobby.Bower. These children will all receive reading cert1f1cales, acknowledg­Ing their progress and persistence 10 the readtng program. The cer-tlflcates wW be awarded at the P,'II,'ng, Trumpler Take castle-dweller's big social eveni of the season, the castle-party M to be held at the library Saturday, en's Tennis,:DOtfbIeS", Sep\a\1lbe...-.a, 'at 10. Altoa.stle , '" Iiwellers are Invlte<\ to attend. The underdog team, of Sian '. In addition, a special Invitation Pilling and Bill Trumplerdefeated to the party Is extended to those Georga WlIleUs and Pat ,Welsh In club members who read and re­the finals of the 1962 Mens' ported on 10 or more hooks during Doubles Championship of the the course of the Sommer,whether Swarthmore Tennis Club 7 -5, 1-6, or not they were able to reach 6-1. The tournament waB held the the caslle: later part of this month. The best of three sets match started at 5 p.m., and quite a few enthusiasts stopped on their hOOle­ward way to see the outcome. Success seemed to fawr first one team and then the other. Trumpler and Pilling took a com­manding lead of four games to one In the first set, but Willetts and Welsh fought hack to a five-ali tie. However Trumpler and PUling took the next two games to win the first set 7 -5. The second set was a different story with Willells and WelshWln­nlng with apparent ease. Their boOming services and beautiful placements overwhelmed thelrop­ponents as they took the second set 6-1. Somewhat to the surprise of the onlookers, PUling and Trumpler tegalned their winning touch and took the third set 6 -1. Dr. and Mrs. Reavis Cox of Walnut lane returned on SUnday from two and one-half months abroad. They drove through Scot­land, England and lreland,andalso visited France, llaly. Austria, David Clark, Ann Cleeland, Susan Gllhert, Joan Geldberg, Jayne Good, Jean Goslin., Katby Hoey, Sean Hoey, Edward Irving, Karen Latimer, Margaret McCann, Monty Rankin, Mark Restrepo, Betsy Rogers, Sara Starr, Kenneth Walsh, Thomas Waltz, Debby West, and Dick WUburn. JR. TOURNAMENT WINNERS USTED Winners in the recently com­pleted Junior Tournaments at the Swarthmore TenDis Club are as follows: Girls' Singles: - 10 years and younger - Win. Welsh winner, Debbie Coddington runner up_ 11 and 12 year s - Debbie Toland wloner, .Jan Benton runnerup. 13 and 14 years - Margaret Toland winner, Beth Pinkston runner up. Boys' Singles: - 10 years and younger - Dennis Dougherty winner, Steve DlCerho runl!Or up. MRS. ANDERSEN -- P.M. William Reynolds, Lynn Rlzzlo, Germany and Denmark. 11 and 12 year aIds - Doug Welsh wlnner, Tom Lau runner up. 13 and 14 year olds - Chuck Kelley winner, Sandy Thompson runner up_ David Rose, Karen Smart, RoY' . Smith, Jonathan stoner, Melinda Wagner, Marc Wigler; MISS HOWELL. -- P.M. Loren Gall Martin, James Me­Co~ ch, Craig Meyer, Robert Mud­, rick, Eric Seaman, SUzanne south­worth, David Wetzel. Rutledge ,BuL A bus wUI be available for Ele­mentary pupils living In Rutledge. It will operate on the same schedule as last year, making pick-ups In Rutledge from the following loca­tions: 1st Stop - Sylvan &. Waverly 8:25 2nd Stop - Linden &. Waverly8:28 3rd Stop - President&. Unlty8:32 4th StoP -Rutledge &. Unlty8:35: At the end of the school day, 3:15 p.m., the school bUS wUl return to the Rutledge community, stopping at the above mentioned points. , School Hour. School hours are as follows: Kindergarten - -- Morning Session, 8:45 - 11:30 Afternoon SeSSion, 12:30 - 3:15 Grades I - 3 --- 8:45 - 12:00 Grades 4 - 6 -_. 8:45 - 11:30 12:30 - 3:15. • 15 to 18 year olds - Steve Belk winner, Bill Kupprlon runner up. FOOTBALL BARBECUE SCHEDULED FOR THURS. T~ annual high school Football Barbecue wtIl be held Thureday, September 6, at the Woodbrook lo,ne home of A. weslet IlOge, president of the S(lOnsorlng Swarthmore CItizens Athletic Committee. 'Members of tbe foot­ball squad knd their parents are InYited to attend. 1962 To Attend British Science Meetings Dr. Allen T. Bonnell WallIog­ford, vice president of Drexel Institute of TechnololC', will attelld the meetings of the British As­soctatlon for the Advancement of Science In Manchester, Eitgland, from August 29 to September 5. Dr. Bonnell Is actlve In the American Association for the Ad­vancement of Science and has served, since 1951, as secretary of the Assoctatlon's industrial Science Secllon. Following the Manchestermeet­ings he wtIl visit various Instl­tutlons of higher scientific and technological education InEngland, Ireland, Germany and France, in­cludlng the new, College. of Ad­vanced Technology In Great Britain. LIONS DINNER ~ONORS NEW PRES. J.H, TIBBmS The Swartbmore Lions and their ladles were entertained recently at the summer home of Esther and AI Cather man. The dinner was a festive occasion to hor.or their neW president, Captalo J. Hubert Tibbetts, &Ild their new district governor Frank Stowe of the Aston Lions Club. other Lions and their ladles of the Aston Club also were guests. James stewart of the Media Lions also joined the honored. He 'was the early organIzer of the Swarthmore Club and now Is their district counselor. , Guests enjoyed Ihe earlyevenlng browsing amQng, the gardens. Frank Maselll was pleased to see his fig tree thriving. A. surprising part of AI's garden was success­fully grown tomato plants started from slips of earlier grown plants. , The new generation, they report, Is dOing fine andbearlngtomatoes. Esther's array of fiowers in a little red wooden wagon was much admired. The wagon was a prized possession of AI's childhood. The nexl social actlvlty of the Swarthmore Lions wUl be a clam bake September 8 at the home of Lion A. Stoll T1tus. POTLUCK PICNiC FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS Potluck Picnic for local Pres­byterlan students who are leaving for college shortly' wUI he held on the Presbyterian Church's junior house porch and lawn, 200 South Chester road, at 6 p.m., September 9. The event wtIl in­clude hoth student. returning to college and those who are enter­Ing for tbe first time. All eludents planning to sttend are asked to notify the church Office, KI 3~712, and tell what food they are planning to brtug. Beverage wlll be provided. In case of Inclement weather the gathering wtIl be at the Manse next door, 212 soutb Chester road. RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS HONORED AT LUNCHEON Marta Horneff, daughter Of Mrs. J. Arthur Hornelf of Rutgers ave­nue, will be among the Junior Red Cross Volunteers who were honor­ed yesterday at a speclal luncheon held at Crozer Hospital. ' Marla, the only junior volunteer 'rom swarthmore, worked 10 the pathological labOratory at Crozer, giving 'a total of 160 hours durlng tbe summer. She, wUl be a junior this year at high school. AARP TOMEET The postponed election of of­ficers of the Delaware County Chapler 01 the American Assoel­atton 01 Retired Persons wW tollow entertainment at the regular monthly' meeting on Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m. In Upper Darby. REGISTER FOR GENERAL ELECTION ON NOV. 6TH UOO PER YEAR SERYIC5 HRD FOR MR. & MRS. PUTNAM DEATH SEALS LIFE UNION Private funeral services for Allen Leon Putnam and his wtIe, the former Gwladys Ctancl, were conducted this morning at Oliver BaIr's, Philadelphia 'by the Rev. J. Jarden Guentber. Intermentfol­lowed In the putnam famlly plot in Fernwood cemetery. Fernwood. Mr. Putnam dled suddenly SUn­day evening at 310 Lafayette ave­nue wherd he had lived since he was six months old. Born In Rut­ledge 62 years ago he was the SOD of Dr. and Mrs. LeOn E. Putnam, the former being a den,· tlst, Swarthmore Borough Council­man and honorary member of the Swarthmore Fire Company. When Mrs. Putnam died Wednes­day morning a prayer servIce was substltuted for the funeral sched­uled for Mr. Putnam at l1' a.m., In order that a combined service and burial could be held. Mr. Putnam was superviSing buyer In the purchasing depart­ment of Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Lester. He had been with the company for 30 years. In 1927 the Governor and com­pany of the Massachusetts Bay In New England admitted him to the freedom of the Company by right of his descent from Captain John Putnam of Salem, a freeman of the company In 1685. Caplaln Putnam came from England where he had descended from the dePutnamham family whose coat of arms bears four crosaes In tribute to the four journeys II made In the Crusades. A .more recent an­cestor was another John Putnam, American captain In the Rewlu­tlonary war. Mr. Putnam had a fine bass voice and had been a member of the choir of Trinity ChurCh, Swarthmore, for many years, hav­Ing hegun as a hoy. He also was the last surviving member of the Swarthmore Men's Friendship Quartet an<! with the late Charles Deacon, J. Burris west andJames Johnstone entertained audiences wllh vocal programs at the Players Club, the College, churche'. and other local spots. In addition to singing hi. hobbles Included gar­dening and he devoted hlmseU to raising beautiful roses and annuals. \ Born In Delawal'e County' 63 years ago, Mrs. :pulnam was raised In Swarthmore. H,f parents, the late Mr. and Mrs, Vincent CianCi, lived at Yale ~nd Haverford ave­nues for many .years. Her father and a brotber, ,Vlocent, Jr. who died In his 20'soperlltedtl\eClanol mosaic. firm In' Phiiadelph\a. A sister, tbetate Muriel Clancl John­son opera singer and artist, lived on Park avenue until shortlybefore her death two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Putnam attended Swarthmore elementary schoolto­gether and graduated from Swarth­more HIgh School with the class Of 1918. They were married In Trinity Church here on June 4, 1924- Devoted to her home and famUy, Mrs. Putnam was also adept at art needlework. The decea$Od are survived by a daughter, Mrs. Alice P. WlIletts of the Swarthmore High School girls physical education depart­ment and by Mr. Putnam's slster, Miss lana G. Putnam of Brooklyn, N. Y. lfIrs. John If. Pllman and Mrs. Lorene A. McCarter '01 Vassar avenue have returned hnme from a visit with Mrs. Pitman's 8On­In- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frescoln of Parsons, W. Va. •

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2 P Is LAFORE • WIDMER ersona MIas JudithL. Widmer,aaustar Mr. and Mrs. Mark B •. Moore of Mr. and Mrs. A. Dean Widmer of HllIborn avenue have relturne<lI ef Springfield. N. J.. and iMr. from a two month trip around t!le RoElert .w.J.afore. Jr •• son at Mr. world. They left trom San Fran- and Mrs. Robert W. Lafore of cisco on June 26 on the S. S. Moylan. were married Saturday. Oransay. During the cruise the August 29. The cer!l~onywasper­Moores visited Hawaii. Japan. formed by tha Reverend Bruce W. HongKong. Manlla. Singapore. EvanS. minister of the First Pres­Ceylon. IndIa. Adan and Egypt. byterlan Church of Springfield, They disembarked at Naples and N. J. went by train to Rome. They The bride, given In marriage by visited Rome. Parla and London her fatller. wore a gown of candle­before salling home on the Queen light silk linen fashoned with Im- Mary. ported Madlera embroidery. Her MORRISON. HEA IH veil was also created of the same The marriage of Miss Barbara Hartshorn Heatll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Manson Heath of Cedar tane, to Mr. William David Morrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxey Neal Morrlson- of Dart­mouth avenue, took place Saturday, August 25. at 4:30 O'clock In the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Robert O. Browne offic­Iated at the ceremony. Miss Molly Huse of Vassar avenue played the violin before tile service. The bride, who was escorted by her father. wore a white stlk organza sheath, wltll short sleeves. square neck outlined with Alencon lace and cbapel traln. Her short, bouffant vell of four tiers of ll­luslon was allached to an organza petal arrangement. She carried a bouquet of gardenias. Miss Joan Ohlson of Short HUls. Madler" embroidery. 'and Brussels illusion. She carried a nosegay of white daisies and Ivy with cas­cading lilies of the valley. Mrs. Stephen J. Madden. Jr •• of Cambridge, Mass •• sister olthe bride. was matron of honor. The bride was also attended by Miss Marlon Heaco*ck of North Chester road. Both 'wore dresses and picture hats of beige linen and carried nosegays of yellow daisies and croton leaves. Mr. E. Robert Keller n of Wawawas the bride­groom's best man, and his only \lsher was Mr. Laurie Cameron of 8730 Germantown avenue, Chestnut HlII. Philadelphia. SWARTHMOREAN l~. aDd or the Moore SCbool or the University or fenosylvaola where be received a B.S. In electrical e""neerlng In 1962. While attending the UniversUy Of Pennsylvania, Mr. Lafore was elected a member 'If tile Tau Beta PI Electrical Engineering Honor­ary Fraternity and was awarded honor status In both years The bridegroom Is the grandson of tile late Mr. and Mrs: John A. Lafore of Narberth. Mr. Lafore was a prominent engineer. presi­dent of the John Lang Paper Com­pany. and a 1895 graduate of Swarthmore College; and. of the late Mr. and Mrs: Hugb R. GU­more of Emlenton, - Mr. Gflmore was a well-known banker in western PennsylvaDla. Following a honeymoon In Hono­lulu. tile bridal couple will reside temporarlly In Phnom Penh. Cam­bodia. and then In Saigon. SOutll Vietnam. Mr. Lafore Is asslslant to the director of terminal oper­ations In tile Marketing DIvision of Esso standard Eastern. a sub­sidiary of Standard 011 of New Jersey. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lang of Bryn Mawr avenue announce the birth of a daughter, Julia Alrlch, On August 28. The mat.-mal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John A. Schumacher of College·avenue. Mr. and Mrs. FrederlckR. Lang of Maple avenue are the paternal grandparents. N. J., was mald of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs. James Pallerson of Carlisle; Misses Nor­ma Wilson of Rarvard avenue and Helen MorriSon. sister of the bridegroom; Miss Patricia Rat­ferty of Baltimore. Md.; Miss Carolyn Rickards of Wynnewood and Miss Constance Dilley of Cleveland. O. They wore slmllar gowns of shell pink organza with slightly belled hems and carried bouquets of full -blown pink and red roses combined wltlllyy. They wore wreaths of Ivy In their hair. Mrs. Lafore graduated from Jonathan Dayton Regional HIgh School. She allended Oberlin Col­lege Oberlin. 0., and graduated In 1961 with a B.A. In International RelaUmis from The Flora stone Mather Co\1ege of. Western Re­serve University, Cleveland, 0., where she was elected a member of the PI Sigma Alpha National POlitical Science Honorary Sool- Mr. and Mrs. Avery F. Blake. ety. Mrs. Lafore was apartlclpant Jr., of Towson, Md., are receiving In the Washington Semester Pro- congratulations on the birth of tIIelr gram of The American University, second Child, Geoffrey Lewis Washington. D; C., where she co- Blake. on August 20. operated In a study of the Ful- The paternal grandparents are bright educational exchange pro- Mr. and Mrs. Avery F~ Blake gram. Prior to her marriage she of Amherst avenue. worked with the AmerlcanF.1ends Mr. and Mrs. W. Sproul Lewis Service Committee In Philadelphia of Bradyvllle, formerly of Swart 11- with the SOcial and Technical As- more. are the maternal grand-slstance Program. parents. The bride Is the granddaughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. David S. Morey • SWARTHMORE TBIIIIS UUB JUilIOR ( 18 - Under) STARTING TUESDAY, SEPT. 4 ot 9 A.M. SIGN-UP SHEETS ON COURTS BUl.lETIN BOARD Deadline 9 A.M. Tuesday COME ONE - COME All· STEAKS-HOAGIES OTHER SANDW'CHES~ THE HOAGIE SHOP DiMait~o's Fairview at Michigan ************************ MOTOR TUNE-UP with ENCINE SCOPI GULF GAS & OIL WHEEL4.LIGI4MENT DYNAMIC WHEEL 'BALANCE U- ~A.UL RENTALS V. E. ATZ, Mgr. RUSSELL'S SERVICE Opposite Borough Parking L~ ...... ood 1·0448 Dart.olfll lad Ida,.", In,., Closed Saturday at 12:~0 P.M. ************************ ••• e ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 9 Chel!~ Road Call Swarthmore 6-0476 •• ~ •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• e. Mr. Hngh Maxey Morrison of Ann Arbor. \nch.. was best man for his brother. The ushers were the Messrs. William Scott Magar­gee, m, of Bryn Mawr; Alfred Kammerlen ot Ardmore; William Pennock Laird of Rose Valley; Dan1~l RIfkIn of Trenton, N. J. r; James Patierson of Carlisle and Ricardo Luna of Lima, Peru. K Id of Broomall. formerly of Swarth- . W mer of Newark, N. J., and of the, late Mr. and Mrs. Jakob more, are receiving congrat- STARTING MUSIC Ll:C:rnNS AGAIN Nell J/lkobsen of Copenhagen, Den- ulatlons on tbe birth of a sl,1<pound u.JU-The mother Of the bride wore a rose linen gown with matching slippers. With this she wore a large hat trimmed with rose and pink tulle. A white orChid. gloves and purse completed her costume. The mother Of the groom wore a lavender linen dress. Her hat was of green velling and velvet and she wore a green orchid. Her accessories were of a matChing color. A reception at the Rose Tree Fox Hunting Club followed the ceremony. mark and Springfield, N. J. Her eight ounce son. David SWan Morey, VIOLIN d ·PIANO maternal great-grandfathers were Jr •• who arrived en Sunday. August an the late Caplalns Jakob N. Jakob- 26, In the Hospllal of the UnI- PHONE ALICE PENNOCK, KI3-3547 sen and John B. Elwood of.Copen- verslty or Pennsylvania. hagen. Denmark and of Greens The' young man Is a grandson Miss Pennock -0 teacher of Music since 1936- holds Farms, Conn.. respectively. Both of Mrs. Charles A. Anderson of a degree in Music and Music Education from Co/um. her maternal and paternal an- Morgan circle and tbe late Rev. cestors descend dlrecUy to the Dr, Anderson. and of Mr. and bio University. She teaches in Wilmington and in Mayflower. Mrs. F'rank R. Morey of Yale Swarthmore and has studied both in struments in Phi!- Mr. Lafore attended The School avenue. In Rose Valley and Swarthmore David, Jr., has an older sister adelphia, Boston and New York. High School. He Ia a graduate of IjJ;.e;an;';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;!;IH;II;III;III;lin;II;RI;III;III;IUU;;1II;1II;;nU;IU;II;II;III;III;III;UU;I;IDl;II;III;I"';;;IHIH;:;lft;";IU;1I;1II;IIUUII;;;II;IU;U";II;IIIt;I;III;III;IIU;IU;;II;IIII;II;:-HI Swarthmore Co\1ege where he re- r calved a B.A. In mathematics In For MAGAZINE )UIl,)\,;t:IP"IONISI Call MRS. LLOYD E. The bride graduated in June from K13-2080 Mt. Holyoke College. Mr. Morrison graduated ·from I~~~~;;~~;,=;,;~~~~~~I~ the Woodrow Wilson School qf I, Princeton University In June. Atter a wedding trip to Ne ... England the young couple will Rve in New Haven, Conn., where Mr. Morrison enters Yale Law SChool In September. ~IIIIII1II1IIUUUIIIIIIIIUIIHIIIHlnlhliiIlHIllIllIIIllIIUUI! ;=~ Buffet Luncheons I~ 11:30 to 2:30 ~ Served Do ily Ii! ~ BOTH HOT & COLD DISHES I S1.2S Buffet Dinners Thursday 5 fo 9 Sunday 3 fo 8:30 S2.7S THE WID GOmE Route I, Baltimore Pike (4 Mil .. W .. t 6f Media) CLOSED ON MONDAYS HOW FRAGILE IS YOUR PROTECTION! An increa.ing threat to your financial lecurily i. the great number of thefta, being committed each day· in tile U.S. There i. a burglary every 80 seconds. Get adequate financial pro­tection againot thieve. and burgla... See UI about • Broad Form ·Penonal Theft policy today. each originally selected with care and f/oir-ideal for tucking away in the indispensable "gift draWEr" lor every day brings new, exciting shipments and we need shelf space' GIFTS 15 SOUTH CHESTER ROAD THE SWARTHMOREAN . Mr. and Mr .. Jahn R. PIIl11IJI8 of tile Swarthmore ApartmeDtsan~ nounce the engagement or their daughter,' Ray P!IIllIps Sboeh. to Mr. Henry C. Froehllng of Wil­mington. Delaware. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. vanUrk of Thayer road announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Ramona vanUrk, to Mr. George R. Cole. Jr •• son of Mr. aild Mrs. George It . Cole of Ligonier. Pa. Miss vanUrk Is studytng at Principia College In Elsah, 111. Mr. Cole Is a graduala of Valley -" Forge MIlltary Academy and Is ,a lso studytng at Principia College. , Mr. and Mrs. Lionel A. Cleary of Tamworth. N.S. W .• Australia. announce the engagement of their daughter. Catherine Ann. to Mr. I!Onald G. McCreery. son of Mrs. Graham Wentz of Strath Haven avenue, and the late Mr. Thomas McCreery. Miss Cleary Is presently com­p et ng her nurses tratnlng at St. Vincent's Hospital. Darllnghurst, Sydney, Australla. Mr. McCreery allended Kenyon College. The Austr-allan National University. ~anberra, Australia and the Wharton Graduate School of Finance and Commerce. Mr. McCreery Is now employed as a sales representative with Inter­nallonalal Business Machines Cor­poration In Philadelphia. No date has been set for the wedding. PERSONALS Mrs. Birney K. Morse and her aunt Mrs. Saldee Roberts of Har­vard avenue enterlalned the.adles of the Gibbons Home and other friends at a tea on the pore h on Wednesday afternoon. The children of Mr. and Mrs. John Honnold of Rutgers avenue have returned from their valous activities during the summer months. Eddie has just returned from Camp Dark Waters In Med­ford. N. J.. . while Heidi has returned trom being a· counselor at a French caml> for girls. Les Chalets FranCOiS, on Deer Isle, Me. This week Carol Is expected to return from south of Mexico City where she has been working with the American Friends Com­munity Service Project. Mr. and Mrs. Henry L Hoot of Lafayette avenue have as their guests this week their daughter Mrs. Frank B. Ozmun and little daughter Cindy from Pittsford. N. Y. Mr. Ozmun wlll join the family on Friday nlgllt. Another , en-ln-laW and da1Jlbler Mr. and Mrs. Lewis II. Lawrence from Arcadia, Callt.. will arrive today 'for tha hoUday weekend. and their son and daughtsr-ln-lawMr. and Mrs. WUllam Hoot and young son Christopher from WUlow Grove will be here to attend tile famlly dinner party on Saturday evening. Mrs. John Honn~ld of Rutgers avenue returned Frldayfromaflve week -trip to Europe where sbe visited her mother Mrs. Anna Kunz In Bern, Switzerland. Re­turning willi her was her aunt. Miss Marie Bo11lger. who had never been In this country before who will stay for six weeks. Mr. Honnold ts stUl abroad where he was attending and taking part In llie American Friends Service Committee Conference for Diplo­mats held at the St. George's Clarens on the Lake 'of Geneva In Switzerland. In September he wlll take part In two conferences, one a meeting In Paris of the Commercial Practlc~s Committee of the international Chamber of Commerce, and a colloquium of the Internat\onal Association of Legal Science In London. He wdl return home sometime In Septem-ber. . Mr. and Mrs. John Price and children Wendy, Jack and Cheryl of North Princeton avenue returned last w~ek from a month'S trip to the West Coastand National Parks. A high point of their trip was a week's slay at the ranch of Mr. price'S cousin In BOise, Idaho, . Nallonal Forest. Mrs •. lL Miller Crist of Park avenue entertained at a luncheon on Wednesday In honor of Asia Fels, the Exchange student from Sweden and the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Alfred Smith and daughter Beverly of Amherst ave­nue. Guests Included Mrs. Crist's sister Mrs. Harold Pennock of University place. Mimi COJUl()r of Fairview road and Teal Kistler of West Chester, bothgranddaugh­ters of Mrs. Crist, as well as the guest of honor's hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Thomas and three daughters Kathy, Bethy and Jennifer. have returned to their home In Indianapolis following a ,\,!s.lt to Mrs. Thomas' mother Mrs •. Roland G. E. Ullman of Vassar avenue. They traveled via Wash­Inglon. WUlIamsburg and the Great Smokies. Mrs. Raymond T. Hoopes and three daughters of Milwaukee, . Wise., were in Swarthmore to . visit Miss Louise Johnson of North Chester road on Wednesday. Mrs. Hoopes Ia vlsltlnlt her parents Mr. and Mrs. RobertGrootersofOgden avenue, at their summer cottage on Lake Wallenpaupack. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Belir and children Carolyn and Jeffrey '62~'63 Jr.-Sr. High School Room Assignments The school year 1962--63 will open Thursday, September 6. The .chool doy will be from 8:35 a.m. to 2:31 p.m. with a lunch ~our for junior high students from 11 :45 to 12:25, and for senior high students from 12:29 to 1 :09. The conference and assembly l'eri.od. will be from 2:40 to 3:30 p.m. It is requested that outside appointments for .tudent. be made after 3:30 p;m. . . Assemblies will be held en Tuesday. for tUnlor high school and on Thursdays for senior high school. Students have been ossign"d to the following home rooms: Junior High School 9th Senior Hi~h Scilool J1!h. ~Uss McKie Mr. Yocum Mr. Henderson Mr. Maurer Miss Watts 8th Room 107- A.Dell Miss strouse ROom 13 - Den-Ha Mr. Falcone ROom 203- H e-Mc Mrs. Mathews r:Oom 213- MI-Sp Mr. Wertz Room 216- St-Z Room 217- A-E Room 100- F-K Room 103- L-Rod Room 201- Ry-Z Room 205- A-Fr. _. Miss Armstrong Room 105- A-Gay ot BrYD,)fawt avenue have re­turned from . visiting -Mr. Belir's parents Mr.· and Mrs. 1., K. Belir at SUver Bay on Lak" Gear .... N. Y. Mias Alice C. PennoekofHaver­ford place ·returned home Friday from a twelve ·day trip to Mexl~o. A. Sidney Johnaon. m. of North Chester road has as his house guest his Wllliams College room­mate stephen R. Thomas of Bloom­field. Conn., who arrived onTues­day · to stay for the hnllday weekend. Both boys wlll return to WlIllams­town. Mass., early next week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Harlow of Lafayette aYenue have had as their guests for a week their daughter Mrs. Lawrence V. SOllmlnl and three children Linda. Tommy and Julie from North Weymouth, Mass., and wlll stay througll the 1I0liday weekend. Mr. and Mrs. William Stanton and children Linda.' Bill and Jay of Riverview road have returned home after spending a week at a family camp nnder the direction of the American Friends Service Committee at Ithaca, N. Y .• where Mr. and Mrs. Stanton served as directors. Enronte home they visited Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond K. Den­worth of Elm avenue entertained at an open house on Sunday In honor of their son and daughter-In-law Mr. and Mrs. Raymond K. Denworth, Jr., of Philadelphia. Their house guests for the past week Included their daughters Mrs, Harold C. Stralle, Jr •• and three children Kathy, Jim and John of Elm Grove, Wise., and Mrs. Van R. Gatbany and three. children Lynn, Douglas and Robin of Lake Forest, UI., and son-'tn-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. DeCou, m,andtwo children Gordon and Laurie of Cherry HUI, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dodaon of Park avenue had as their guest last weekend Mr. Charles Johnston of OntariO, Canada, and as dinner guests on Sundey Messrs. Joseph Trangl. and Edward Sacola and Dr; Henry LaRocca who Is In­terning at the University of Penn­sylvaDla. Mr. Treagle and Mr. I Sacola are now at Louisiana State University •. _ . Mrs. ileiden S. Tucker and daughter Miss Terry Tucker of Rutgers avenue apent two weeks In Gulfport, Fla., vlsltlDli rela­tives. Mr. Tucker returned on Monday . from a two .months business .trlp which t09k him to North Africa, Egypt and Turkey •. Marjorie Roxby of Drew avenue hag as her guest for a recent weekend Miss Mary Anne Shearer from Closter, N. J. The two girls has been roommates at Pennsyl­vania Slate University last year. Mr. and Mrs. A. Sidney Johnson. Jr., daughter Louise and son A. Sidney, m, of North Chester road, have returned from a three weeks vacation to the West coast. In San Francisco they attended the seSsion of the American Bar As­sociation. then drove up the Oregon Coast to Seattle, Victoria. Van­couver, Lake Louise and Hanf! J L r_et\lr.!'I~_~.J.K>me by tralnon Monday. u au • """."".""""""""""""""""""" MEMBERSHP ·DRIVE SWARTHMORE CITIZENS ATHLETIC COMMDTEE SR. HIGH PARENTS $10.00 JR. HIGH PARENTS $5.00 Checks Payable to: Dr. Robt. C. Good, Treas. #10 Wellesley Rd., Swarthmore • LIKE TOPSY! V ••••• SGylrtgl Account. do grow al. adlly h.,. when earning 4" per year compoundtid and added on Navember 30 ... d May 31. LIKE THIS! Deposit Afler 1 year After 5 years After 10 yeors . $1000. $1040. $1219. $1486. $5000. $5202. $6095. $1430. INSURED, .TOO! $10.000. $10.404. $12.190. $14J860. INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Dally 9 to 4:30 45 E, State Street, Medl a Friday 6,30 to 9:30 15 Saturday 9 ta 1 How do ·you buy carpet? , s s Most people do not buy carpet often enough to learn hoY" Sometimes they are attracted to a Usale''. or to some sort of "special". These are all right, and you can find them right ot PAULSON'S. PAULSON can .;neat or beat any sale price or special in carpet. Basically, however, it is much ·more impertant that. what you sell)ct be exactly what you like .best for the amount yeu are spe~ding; that the color, srze, and texture are correctly worked out, and that you get a carpet you know is good. Always know the name of what you buy - who is backing it • Deal·with a store you trust. Avoid size mistakes by ~aving the store take measurements. Avoid color mistakes by loole­ing at carpet samples in the home. PAULSON INSTALLATIONS are superb. IAtk to see one.) Call for Free Home Service. (PA14JSM1 It Cmt1~~! Mahawt Cal'llaling .. Complete Price Range • Orlantll Ru" I 00 Park Ave •• Swarthmore, Pa. Klngswood 3·6000 Q (/'~14"_ KNOWS Carpet 11 u s • u u .. a WE WILL REMAIN OPEN DURING ALTERATIONS. PLEASE EXCUSE OUR APPEARANCE AND ANY INCONVENIENCE IT MAY CAUSE. WHEN COMPLETED WE HOPE TO SERVE YOU FASTER AND MORE EFFICIENTLY. THE ALTERATIONS -we hope- WILL BE COMPLETED BY THE THIRD Mr. Phillips Mr. Law IVIr. MIller Mrs. Seymour Hoom 233- Fu-Lar Dr. Irwin ROom 214- Ge-~~as Room 135- Lat-See Mr. Snyder Room 215- Mau-Sey Room 235- Sey-Z Miss Zimmer Room 113- Sh-Z WEEK IN SEPTEMBER. Miss Dalton Mr. Bernhart Mr. Bell Mr. Hesser Room 234- A-D ROom 136- E·L Hoc.m 232~ M-Sh ROom 207- SI-Z !Q!!l ' Miss Baker Mr. Heath Mr. Pietryka MrS, Sh8lJ)e RoOll' 109- A-Ii: ROom 101- F-La Room 200- 1.e-R1 Room 209- Ro-Z The •s ·_40 1 Del ELI" A• . .... - fOOD MOOT a SR. • S • ann •• 7 •

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4 THE SWARTHMOR'UN f'UBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SWARTHMORE, PENNA. PETER E. TOLD. MARJORIE T: TOI,D. Publishers Phon. Klngswood 3-0900 PETER E. TOLD, Editor BARBARA B. KENT, Managing Editor RosalIe D. Peirsol Mary E. Palmer Marjorie T. Told Entered as Second Class Matter. January 24,1929. at the Posi Office at Swarthmore. Pa., under the Act of March 3. 1879. DEADLINE - WEDNESDAY 11 A.M. SWARTHMORE, PENNA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 31 1962 "All that is necessary for the forces of evil to wIn in the world is that enough good men do nothinl". METHODIST NOTES Mr. Kulp w!ll conclude his sum­mer sermon .serles "Falth for These Days" this Sunday morning at the 10 a.m. service. Ills sub­Ject this week w!ll be "When the Way Seems Hidden." . Sunday School for all classes of the children'S diVision (Nursery through sixth grade) w!ll be taught at 9:45 a.m. concurrently with morning worship. youth and adult classes are at 8:45 a.m. preceding morning worship. Thursday, September 6, the Chancel Choir will resume Its regular weekly rehearsal at 8 p.m. in the Chapel. Edmund Burke PRESBYTERIAN NOTES Mr. Browne wUI preach at the 10:30 a.m. service of worship Sunday morning. The SUmmer ChOir will sing at the service. Child care and supervision wllJ be provided through the kinder­garten level. An informal SOcial period ar­ranged by the Board' of Deacons, will follow the service on the lawn of the church. Morning Prayers wlll be held Tuesday at 9 a.m. The Bandage group will meet Wednesday at 10 a.m. Church School will open on the first Sunday in October. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NOTES Next Sunday, September 9, the regular ·schedule of Sunday ser­vices at 8:30 and II a.m. with 'Sunday School at 9:45 a.in., will How the worlls of Christ Jesus be proved his sonship with God and CHURCH !IIustrated what God's power can do for man w!JJ be brought out PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH at Christian Science church ser- D. Evor Robens, Minlst.r vices SUnday In the Lesson-Bermon RobertO.Browne,Assoc.Ministerl entitled "Christ Jesus." Minister of Christian Education The I.esson-Sermon w!ll have Sunday, September 2 as the Golden Text this verse 9:30~Summer ChoIr Re- from the Bible (I John 4): hearsal. "We have seen and do testify 10:30 A.M.-Mr. Browne will that the Father' sent t'le Son to preach. be the Saviour of the world." Tuesday, September 4 An invitaUon Is extended to all 9:30 A.M.-Morning Pra,yers to attend the services at lll!om. Wednesday, September 5 In First Church of Chrtst, 10:OQ A.M. Bandage Group SCientist, 206 Park Avenue. --------------------- METHODIST CHURCH THE SWAR~HMOREAN Newl at blic Library FICTION - Pearl s. Buck, Far anC! Near. Lady Murasakl, The Tale ot Genjl, Jacob Wassermann, The World's nluslon. Vlrgtola Woolf, Mi-s. Dalloway. MYSTERIES - Theodore Roscoe, Only In New England: the story of a gaslight qrlme. NON-FICTION - WIIUam Addi­son, Engllsh Spas. Roscoe Lewis Asbley, Principles and Pollcles of American Government. Fay G. Calkins, My Samoan Chief. Robert J. Donovan, PT 109. Theodore Drelser, Dawn: a History of My­self. Karen' Horney, OUr Inner Conflicts: a Construcllve Theory of Neurosis. Norm_an Krasner, Sunday In New York. Leonard W. I Levy, Legacy of SUppression: Freedom of Speech and Press In Early American History. George Martelli, The Man WhoSavedLon­don: the story of Michel HoUar<L Irving T. Marsh, Best Sports Storie.. Metropolitan MUsellln of Art. New York. The Cloisters. Richard OfConnar J The Scandalous Mr. Bennett. Robert Roswell Pal­mer, A History of the Modern World. Bruno F. Schneider, Renoir. Harold S. Smith, Sr. I want to Quit winners. J. K. stan­C!, rd, The Awl-Birds. Hudson Strode, South by Thunderbird. REFERENCE - H. Gresham Carr, Flags oflheWorld.Pennsyl­vania, Commonwealth of., Laws of the General Assembly of the Com­monwealth of Pennsylvania. WRITERS SPONSOR POETRY CONTEST The Writers' Club of Delaware County Is sponsoring the Mary O'Connor Memorial Poetry Award In the form of' a poetry contest open to all women residents oC Delaware County over 21 years of age. This contest, with, three prizes totall!ng $50, Is offered for the three best original unpublished poems ,submitted on t~e subject, 4'Peace." Since· the late Mary O'Connor, founder of World Poetry Day, worked hard during her JUe­time to bring about worldfrlend-, ship and peace through poetry, the club thought It mtlng to choose a related subject for the contest. Mrs. H. Parker Burnley, presi- Mr ...... lira. VlIlenUDe FIDe Blm ..... speot several wi t. DeeP Meadow Farm, vacatloDlDi at C-.b1ers, It 0., 'II1ll lave as tboIlr and then picked up tllelr chlldren .... tboIlr son-I,n-Iaw Asbley who bad been apendIJIg six daucbter Mr. and Mr .. Fred weeks at Camp YonabIOSs8e In Lea, Jr., ot Marletta, Blowing Rock, N. C., and BUf woo ' !,Irs. Lea Is the former bad been' at Camp Sequoyab, NlI,JlCy Jane Lewis. Mr. aBc! Mrs. ' Weaverville, N. C. for five weeks; Lewis wUl entertain at co*cktails they then toured theGreatSmoldes In thetr honOr on September. 8. ' betore returnlng home lest week- Mr •. andMr .. CharlesC. Brogan, end. of Guernsey and Tbayer roads Mrs. Ruth A. B. Townsend, on Monday after vacLtlon- Borough Secretary, has returned Mere since the early after attendlug the Annual Traln- July. L ' Ing Conference for Governmental Mr. and Mrs. if. M. Bunting Secretaries held last week at Tam- and family of Villanova avenue will Iment In the Poconos. spend !be Labor Day weekend at 1962 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE SATURDAY, SePTEMBER 22 MEDlA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 RIDLEY PARK SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 NETHER PROVIDENCE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 CLIFTON HEIGHTS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 DARBY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 COLLINGDALE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 CONSHOHOCKEN SA TURDA Y, NOVEMBER 10 SHARON HI LL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22 LANSDOWNE DICK FRANCHETTI - TELEVISION AWAY HOME AWAY AWAY AWAY HOME HOME AWAY TELEVISION-HOME & AUTO RADIO-PHONOS U.H.F. CONVERTERS INSTALLED ROCKL YN RD"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKI 4-1028111111111nuSPRINGFIELD" This Lllbor OilY Week-end - if you get up late, lind drive extra fllst you might have the distinction of becoming one of the first stlltistics! If this happens - we'" miss you! But not hllif liS much as you will miss you! • The Camera &:Hobby Shop 4· 6 Pllrk Avenue, SWllrthmore, Pa. Klngswood 3-4191 Fri. 9 to 8:30 Sill. '1 to I CLOSED MONDAY The Rev. John C. Kulp. Minister James S. MacMain Minister for Youth Charles Schisler Minister of Music , Sunday, September 2 8:45 ,A.M.-Sunday Scho,!1 9:45 A.M.-Sunday School, chil­dren through 6th Grade. Mr. John Logue and daughters Elizabeth and Anne Martha of Yale avenue accompanied Mr. Walter Tyler of Wallingford on a cruise in his new boat from WlIdwood to the Cbesapeake Bay last Wed­ne~ day. R. C. Good of Wellesley road left on SUnday for Seattle, Wash., wher he is attending and parUcl­patlng In the American Physical SOciety Conference being held this week at the University of Wash­Ington, SeatUe. dmeannt offo trh et hWe rciotenrtse's Ct.h lAbl,ll secnhtarilers- r~~~~~~~~~~::~;~;~~~~~~~~~~~i postmarked not later then October • Klngswood 3-4191 10:00 A.M.-Mr. Kulp will pre,ach1 ----.--~ , TRINITY CHURCH The Rev. Layton P. Zimmer, Rector The Rev. George R.McKelve, Curate S~nday, September 2 8:00 A.M.-Holy CommunIon 9:00 A.M.-MornIng Pra,yer and Sennon. 10: 15 A.M.-Holy CommunIon and Sermon. THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY Qf FRIENDS Sunday, September 2 10:30 A.M.-Hymn SIng 11:00 A.M.-Meeting for Wnl'Rhl Monday, September 3 All Day Sewing for AFSC Wednesday, Soptember 4 All Day ,!ullting for AFSC ----------------------- FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Park Avenue below Harvard Sunday, Septemb.r 2 11:00 A.M.-Sunday School 11 :00 A.M.-The Lesson-Bermon will be "Christ Jesus". Wednesda,y evenIng meeting week, 8 P.M. Reading 409 Dartmouth Avenue, week-days except holidays. 10-5; FrIday evening 7-9. LEIPER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 900 Falrvl.w Rood Th. Rev. Jam ... Barb.r, Mlnist •• Sunday, S.p ...... r 2 9:00 A. M.-Church School 10:00 A.M.-Morning Worship VISIT beautiful WEST LAUREL HILL e~ any day from 9 to 4. Belmont Ave. above City line Bolo-Cynwyd Slop in Office at Clock Tower for guidance v 15 (World Poetry Day) should be sent t9 her home address, 818 West Springfield Road, Springfield. Only one poem per contestant may be entered. For additional information con­cerning this contest, a contestant should write to Mrs. Burnley. Prizes wlIl be announced in early November. Dr. and "Irs. Neal A. Weber and children Nancy, 19, Jeff 16, and Peter 14 bave returned to their home at 1 Whittier place after two years in Buenos Aires , Argentina, where Dr. Weber was ScienUnc Attache In the U. S. Embassy. He wUl resuem his dUties as Professorof Zoology at Nurseries, Inc. 684 SOUTH NEW MIDDLETOWN ROAD MEDIA , - Opposite Highmeadow _ ' (between Dutton 'Mill Road and Knowlton Road) T .I.phone - TR •• ,ont 2-7206 .. Ask for Ben Palmer" CONSTRUCTION Walls . Walks . Terrac'es SHADE TREES Pe'l~ BROADLEAVED EVERGREENS • POTTED STAR ROSES • and Miniature Roses POWER SPRAYING WE DELIVER Open Dally until 5:30 Sundays 12 until 5:30 P.M. P.M. / , FIND OUT ABOUT AUTOMATIC GAS HOUSE HEATING NOW-for convenience find comlort lor yelfrs f4' come! Summer is the perfect time to install automatic gas house heating. Gas house heating can usually be installed in a day·s time. Then you'll enjoy warm comfort throughout the entire house next, winter. What's more, installation costs are low and operating costs cqmpare favorably with other automatic hearing fuels. (1 .~ . ., Get more ,information on automatic gas house healing by calling your local plumbing or healing contractor or any of Our suburban offices. ) PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC COMPANY • 42 SUMMER READERS REACH GOAL ~JlJers' bUtbday. 011 TIIlnday :':-:!.=~c':: R!..ooao::tt! 'enee OD:-rec==;~=t~; the MWera took'Mtss TWey to been stalIonecl at tboI Bermuda MelllllU'8ments. Their daugbter thetr son, Mr. WIJJtam J. MUler's Naval Base for tbree years, bas BoDDIe, ,a student nurse at Pres­home In Wynnewood where she wtJl l\een transferred to Little Creek, bytertao Hospital, bad to forgo tile . visJt severlll day.. During the Va. He and bls famlly 'II1ll live trip. The family visited cousins, MUlers' years'abroad as m1ssJon- In VlrgInle Beach. tbe W. Eo Marsball's; In Denver aries Miss TUley was their child: Mr. and Mrs. Bevier Hasbrouck and camped several days In the ren's toster mother. For 30 years and children Helen, Edith, Phyllis; Rocky Mountain Natlonal Forest. she beaded ibe Episcopal School, Mary Katherine, and Douglas of A new "outsJde-frame" tent was Wyckebam-Ryse, In Washington, Lafayette avenue, returned Friday well neld-tested In various sylvan Conn. evealng after several days camp- campsJtes along the way. Enroute Courtesy PhUB. Evening Bulletin The peak of the castle is the goal lor the Swarthmare Pub. lic Library's SUl!1mer Reading Clu.b. Richard Eckenroth, eight, shows Librarian Maryanne Hunsicker where he'd like to be by the program's close, today. Forty-twa youngsters hove already reached the turret. Some 10 or more are with. in striking The map is the work of Mrs. Altan Wehr, a resident of STUDENTS HOST 15 BELGIAN VISITORS Host tamlJ.les were: Dr. and Mrs. Harold C. Roxby, Nick Lore, Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Gayiey, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Mangrum, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Walmsley,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swarthmore was host to 15 Bel- Topping, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph glan social workers and teacbers Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. NoahMor­August 23-25. The visitors had rison, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lewi .. traveled slx weeks ,via· ~~!: I Swarthmore HIgh students who wagon InCanada,Ohto.\1 arrangad tor the Belgium weekend, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Dutch were: Country, and New York City under Linda Hunt, chairman; Sandra the guidance of the Association Barford, Gall Donovl/.D, Asta Fels for World Travel Exchange, a (Swedish Exchange student), Rita non-pront ,educational assoclallon Gray. BUI Illadky, Linda Hopper, for international travel and hospi- Tim Jenkins, Mike Kelcy, Nancy tallty. Lane, Jim LimoD, Charl-ds RMI as- The travelers arrived Thursday chal, Jane Moore, Ann ch-afternoon at the Shay fam1ly's ards, BUI Ryerson; Gay Shay, home on Walnut lane where they Beverly Smlth, Kathy Titus, steve met their hosts. That night Chip Wahmann, Leslie Walmsley, Tessa Shay took several guests to' the Wlzon, and B!I1 Wrege. weekly country dance on the front Alex Cox, guidance counselor at terrace of the Philadelphia Art the high school, was the originator Museum. of the Belgian weekend. Friday morning the visitors saw Swarthmore, guided by theIr host famUies. At noon, the ::roup was invited to the Rotary Club luncheon by SWarthmore'S Coach M!I1ard Robinson, chairman of lhe Rotary Internallonal Committee. In 'the afternoon, the group, guided by Betsy Petroskas, Janet Plafker, and Nick Lore, were shown Phil­adelphia's Art Museum, Ltberty Bell, and Cappenter Hall. The highly Impressed guests returned home for a covered dIsh supper provided by the HighSchool Hospt­tallty Committee. Folk singing - In French and English, was led by Nick Lore and Stephen Garfield. On'Saturday morning, the group went to the Gibbons Home for coffee. Then the Belgian travelers returned to New York where they prepared for their trip home. , Miss Ida E. TlJJey of Stamford, ,Conn., visited her brother-In-law and sister the Rev. Paul A. Miller and Mrs. Miller of Harvard avenue Wednesday of last week when the Millers' daughter Mrs. Gary In­lorvato of Radnor 'took them out M Announcing the MEN OF ROSE VALLEY Fall Get·to-Gether WHEN - September 10 WHO -You (any man 16 and up) WHAT -An all Male Glee Club WHY - SIng for fun & a now and then MARK YOUR CAL;ENDAR For Further Information Call: Jim Bryson KI 4.3073 Fred PDrter LO 6.6287 pre·teens ;r. petites ~ BACK TO SCHOOL FOR . J /THE "GIRL WHO CARES" 1 I CLOTHES FROM • SETTlE CURTIS' ~ clJ======:::!=~ r-=:!:!iI 9 SOUTH ORANGE St. MEDIA.PI LOwell 6-6225 HOURS: Daily 9:30 to 6:30: FRI. 9:30 to 9:00 P ...... Cdr. Robert E. Rowand, M.D., Ing at Bell Haven Lake, N. J. bome they visited Mr. Alexander's and Mrs. Rowand and tbeir two Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alexander mother and his brother Robert In children Patty 11, and Janet 8, of Juniata avenue with children Lansing, Mich. have been the guests for the past Virginia and Roy drove to Boulder, "1 .... It In the S_rthmor ... n." three weeks of Cdr. Rowand's where Mr. Alexander at~ HAMS BREASTS & LEGS of CHICKENS If COlflIlO more to _joy th lest III ••• 401 Dcal .. "A .... FOOD MAIDI' .... I CII. II CARElESS ~-------------------- c..tr1 ..... 1. tllel.,,, •• t" HI"'.o)' s. .. ., II)' !lie F.llowlng Motclt ... SWAIl1tMOItl TOGGIIY SHOP J. A. GRIIM D. PATRICK weLSH Tell SlAlTlI'ORIAM 'ITIR I. TOLD THI! IMeUMIUK roRTIR N. WAITe, loc. lAIRD ... 81RD PATTOM ROO'I~ CO. I. L MOYes ... co, THI BOUQUET PRO'IIDIMT TRADISMIMS BANK ... TRUST CO,

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INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE Page 4 THE SWARTHMOR~AN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SWARTHMORE, PENNA. PETER E. TOLD. MARJORIE T. TOLD. publishers Phone Klngswood 3-0900 PETER E. TOLD. Editor BARBARA B_ KENT. Managing Editor Rosalie D. Peirsol Mary E. Palmer Marjorie T. Told Entered as Second ::lass Matter, January 24.1929. at the Post Office at Swarthmore. Pa .• under the Act of March 3. 1819. DEADLINE - WEDNESDAY 11 A.M. THE SW ARTHMOREAN New Books at ic Library FICTION - Pearl S. Buck, Far and Near. Lady Murasakl, The Tale of Genji, Jacob Wassermann, The World'S muslon. Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway. MYSTERIES -Theodore Roscoe, Only In New England: the story of a gaSlight crime. NON -FICTION - WlIllam Addi­son, English Spas. Roscoe Lewis Ashley, Principles and Policies of American Government. Fay G. ,-_,_S\_V_A_Il_1_·I_I_\1_0_R_ E_. _ P_E_'·N_·_N_A_. . ;.._I'_·I_lI_D_A_....:..Y. _A_U:..G:..::.U.::S..:T~3.::•1~ . ..:1:.::9:.::6:.::2~ __J I Calkins, My Samoan CWef. Robert ,- .. All that is necessary for the forces of evil to win J. Donovan, PT 109. Theodore Dreiser, Dawn: a History of My-in the world is that enough good men do nothing". sell. Karen' Horney, Our Inner METHODIST NOTES Mr. Kulp w1l1 conclude his sum­mer sermon .series "Faith for These Days" this Sunday morning at the 10 a.m. service. His sub­ject this week will be "When the Way Seems Hidden." Sunday S<'hOOI for all classes of the chHdren's division (Nursery through sixth grade) will be taught at 9:45 a.m, concurrently with morning worship. Youth and adult classes are at 8;45 a.m. pr':!ceding morning worship. Thursday, September 6, the Chancel ChOir will resume its regular weekly rehearbal at 8 p. m. in the Chapel. Next Sunday, September 9, the regular schedule of Sunday ser­vices at 8:30 and 11 a.m. with Edmund Burke Conflicts: a Constructive Theory PRESBYTERIAN NOTES Mr. Browne will preach at the 10:30 a.m. service of worship Sunday morning. The Summer Choir will Sing at the service. Child care and supervision will be provided through the kinder­garten level. An informal social period ar­ranged by the Board of Deacons, wlll follow the service on the lawn of the church. Morning Prayers will be held Tuesday at 9 a.m. The Bandage group will meet Wednesday at 10 a.m~ Church School will open on the first Sunday In October. CHRISTIAN SCI ENCE NOTES of Neurosis. Norman Krasner, Sunday In New York. Leonard W. Levy, Legacy of Suppression: Freedom of Speech and Press in Early American History. George Martelli, The Man Who Saved Lon­don: the Story of Michel HOllard. Irving T. Marsh, Best Sports Storiesc MetropOlitan Museu'ln of Art. New York. The Cloisters. Richard O'Connor, TheScandalous Mr. Bennett. Robert Roswell Pal­mer j A mstory of the Modern World. Bruno F. SchneIder, Renoir. Harold S. Smith, Sr. I want to Quit winners. J. K. stan­ford, The Awl-Birds. Hudson Strode, South by Thunderbird. REFERENCE - H. Gresham Carr, Flags ofthe World. Pennsyl­vania, Commonwealth of., Laws of the General Assembly of the Com­monwealth of Pennsylvania. Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., will How the works of Christ Jesus be resum.~e=.d=. -:-:--::-=c:-:-:-::c=----1 proved his sonship wHh God and CHURCH SERVICES Illustrated what God's power can do for man will be brought out WRITERS SPONSOR POETRY CONTEST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH at Chrlstlan Science church ser- D. Evor Robel;s, Minister vices Sunday in the Lesson-Sermon RobertO.Browne,Assoc.Minister entitled I'Chrlst Jesus .. " Minister of Christian Education The Lesson-Sermon will have Sunday, September 2 as the Golden Text this verse 9:30-Summer Choir Re- from the Bible (I John 4): hearsal. "We have seen and do testify 10:30 A.M.-Mr. Browne will that the Father sent t~e SOn to preach. be the Saviour of the world." Tuesday, September 4 An invitation is extended to all 9:30 A.M.-Morning Prayers to attend the services at 11 a.m. Wednesday, September 5 in First Church of Christ, -1-0-:-0-0- -A-.-M--. -B-a-n-d-ag-e- G-r-oup SclenUst, 206 Park Avenue. ---- METHODIST CHURCH The Rev. John C. Kulp(Minis.ter James Sc MacMain Minister for Youth Charles Schisler Minister of Music . Sunday, September 2 8:45 A.M.-Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Sunday School. chil­dren through 6th Grade. 10:00 A.M.-Mr. Kulp will preach TRINITY CHURCH The Rev. Layton P. Zimmer, Rector The Rev. George R .. McKelvey Curate S,jndoy, Septer"ber 2 8:00 A.M.-Holy Communion 9:00 A.M.-Morning Prayer and Sermon. 10: 15 A.M.-Holy Communion and Ser'llon. ----------------1 THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY Qf FRIENDS Sunday, September 2 10: 30 A.M.-Hymn Sing Mr. John Logue and daughters Elizabeth and Anne Martha of Yale avenue accompanied Mr. Walter Tyler of Wallingford on a cruise in his new boat from Wildwood to the Chesapeake Bay last Wed­nesday • R. C. Good of Wellesley road left on Sunday for Seattle, Wash., wher he Is attending and parUcl­patlng In the American Physical Society Conference being held this week at the University of WaSh­Ington. Seattle. VISIT beautiful WEST LAUREL HILL ~ any day from 9 to 4. Belmonl Ave. above Cily line Bala-Cynwyd Slop in Office of Clock Tower for guidance The Writers' Club of Delaware County is sponsoring the Mary O'Connor Memorial Poetry Award in the form of a poetry contest open to all women residents of Delaware County over 21 years of age. This contest, with three prizes totalling $50. Is offered for the three best original unpublished poems submitted on the subject, 'j Peace." Since the late Mary O'Connor, founder of WorldPoetry Day, worked hard during her life­time to bring about world frlend­shIp and peace through poetry J the club thought it fltllng to choose a related subject for the contest. Mrs. II Parker Burnley, presi­dent of the Writers' Club, is chair­man for the contest. All entries postmarked not later then October 15 (World Poetry Day) should be sent to her home address, 818 West Springfield Road, Springfield. Only one poem per contestant may be entered. For additional Information con­cerning this contest, a contestant should write to Mrs. Burnley. Prizes wUl be announced in early November. Dr. and Mrs:-.N-;;~l -i.: Weber I and children Nancy, 19, Jeff 16, ! and Peter 14 have returned to their home at I Whltller place after two years in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where Dr. Weber was Scientific Attache In the U. S. Embassy. He will resuem his dUties as Professor' of Zoology at 11:00 A.M.-Meeting for Worship Monday, September 3 All Day Sewing for AFSC Wednesdoy, September 4 All Day ""\Jilting for AFSC Rose Val.ley Nurseries, Inc. 684 SOUTH NEW MIDDLETOWN ROAD MEDIA - Opposite Highmeodaw _ ' (between Dutton Mill Road and Knowlton Road) T eluphone - TRemont 2-7206 -------~- --- --- -------- FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Park Avenue below Harvard Sunday, September 2 11:00 A.M.-Sunday SChool II :00 A.M.-The Lesson-8ermon will be "Chrisl Jesus". Wednesday evening meeting each week. 8 P.M. Reading Room, 409 Dartmouth Avenue, open week-days excepl holidays. 10-5; Friday evening 7-9. --------------------- LEIPER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 900 Fairview Road The Rev. James Borber, Minister Sunday, Septetrobet 2 '''Ask for 3en Palmer" CONSTRUCTION Walls . Walks. Terrac'es SHADE TREES Pe/leH~ BROADLEAVED EVERGREENS • POITED STAR ROSES * and Miniature Roses POWER SPRAYING WE DELIVER P.M. • August 31, 1962 Mr. and Mrs. ValenUne Fine ' --:-M~rs-. - Sproul Elm ave ... e spent several weeks of Deep Meadow Farm, vacationing at Cashiers, N. C., GradyYllie, wUl bave as their and then picked up their children guests nest week their son-tn-taw Ashley who bad been spending sill and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fred weeks at Camp Yonahlossee tn Vaughan Legg, Jr., of Marietta, Blowing Rock, N. C., and BUf who Mrs. Legg Is the former had been at Camp Sequoyah, INa,ne,y Jane Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Weavervllle, N. C. for flve weeks; Lewis wUl entertain at co*cktails they then toured the Great Smokles their honor on September. 8. before returning home last week- Mr. and Mrs. CharlesC. Brogan, end. of Guernsey and Tbayer roads Mrs. Ruth A. B. Townsend, IreeturneKl on Monday after vacatlon- Borough Secretary, has returned at Eagles Mere since the early after attending the Annual Traln- of July. Ing Conference for Governmental Mr. and Mrs. IL M. Bunting Secretaries held last week at Tam- and family of VllIanova avenue will iment in the POCODOS. spend the Labor Day weekend at 1962 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 MEDIA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 RIDLEY PARK SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 NETHER PROVIDENCE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 CLIFTON HEIGHTS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 DARBY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 COLLINGDALE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 CONSHOHOCKEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 SHARON HILL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22 LANSDOWNE DICK FRANCHETTI - TELEVISION HOME AWAY HOME AWAY AWAY AWAY HOME HOME AWAY TELEVISION-HOME & AUTO RAD/O-PHONOS U.H.F. CONVERTERS INSTALLED ROCKL YN RO"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKI 4-10281111111111I11SPRINGFIELD, I I This Labor Day Week-end - if you get up 'ate, and drive extra fast you might have the distinction of becoming one of the first statistics! If this happens - we'll miss you! But not half as much as you will miss you! • The Camera & Hobby Shop 4 - 6 Park Avenue, Swarthmore. Pa, Klngswood 3-4191 Fri. 9 to 8:30 Sat. 9 to CLOSED MONDAY Klngswood 3-4191 FIND OUT ABOUT AUTOMATIC GAS HOUSE HEATING NOW-for convenience and comlort lor years 10 come! Summer is the perfect time to install automatic gas house heating. Gas house heating can usually be installed in a day's time. Then you'lI enjoy warm comfort throughout the entire house next winter. What's more. installation costs are low and operating costs compare favorably with other automatic heating fuels. Get more information on automatic gas house heating by calling your local plumbing or heating contractor or any of our suburban offices. • 9:00 A.M.-Church School 10:00 A.M.-Morning Worship Open Da i I, until Sundays 12 until 5:30 5:30 P.M. \ PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC COMPANY • • Pale!; THE SW ARTHMOREAN August 31, 1962 42SUMMERREADERSREACHGO~A~L~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Er.~M~.~R~~;~o;fp~;n~~~~~I~n~te;~~tI~o~n~al~C~~~~~- MUlers' blrtbday. On Thursday Elm avenue. Cdr. Rowand, who has ence on Precision Electromagnetic the Millers took Miss TUley to been staUoned at the Bermuda Measurements. Their daughter their son, Mr. WlIIlam J. MUler'S Naval Base for three years, has BOnnie, ·a student nurse at Pres- ~;~~:;;:;~~;;~~=:I home In Wynnewood where she wUl l\een transferred to Little Creek, bytertan Hospital, had to forgo the .. . visit several days. Durtng the Va. He and Ws famUy will live trip. The family visited COUSins, MUiers' yearsabroad as mlsslon- In Vlrgtnta Beach. the W. E. Marshall's; In Denver ~ , r ." .' Courtesy Phila. Evening Bulletin The peak of the castle is the goal for the Swarthmore Pub-lic Library's Summer Reading Club. Richard Eckenroth, eight, shows Librarian Maryanne Hunsicker where he'd like to be by the program's close, today. Forty-two youngsters have already reached the turret. some 10 or more are with. in striking ra The map is the work of Mrs. Alton Wehr, a resident of STUDENTS HOST 1S BELGIAN VISITORS Swarthmore was host to 15 Bel­gian social workers and teachers August 23-25. The visitors had traveled six weeks via staUon wagon In Canada, Ohto, Western Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Dutch Country, and New York City under the guidance of the Association for World Travel Exchange, a non-prOfit educational association for Internatior.a! travel and hospi­tality. The travelers arrived Thursday afternoon at the Shay family's home on Walnut lane where they met their hosts. That night Chip Shay took several guests to the weekly country dance on the front terrace of the Philadelphia Art Museum. Friday morning the vis!torssaw Swarthmore, guided by their host famllies. At noon, the .1Up was Invited to the Rotary Club luncheon by Swarthmore's Coach Millard Robinson, chairman of the Rotary International Committee. In the afternoon, the group, guided by Betsy Petroskas, Janet Plafker, and Nick Lore, were shown Phil­adelphia I s Art Museum J Liberty Bell, and Carpenter Hall. The highly Impressed guests returned home for a covered dish supper provided by the HighSchool Hospt­tallty Committee. Folk singing - in French and English, was led by Nick Lore and Stephen Garfield. On Saturday morning, the group .. ent to the Gibbons Home for coffee. Then the Belgian travelers returned to New York where they prepared for their trip home. Host families were: Dr. and Mrs. Harold C. Roxby, Nick Lore, Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Gayley, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Mangrum, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Walmsley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Topping, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Mor­riso.' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lewis. Sw "~thmore High students who arranged for the Belgium weekend, were: Linda Hunt, chairman; Sandra Barford, Gall Donov~, Asta Fels (Swedish Excbange student). Rita Gray, BUI IDadky, Linda Hopper, Tim Jenkins, Mike Kelcy, Nancy Lane, Jim Limon, CharLs Mas­ehal, Jane Moore, Aun RIch­ards, BUI Ryer:,(11l; Gay Shay, Beverly Smith, Kathy Titus, Steve Wahmann, Leslie Walmsley, Tessa Wizon, and BUI Wrege. Alex Cox, guidance counselor at the high school, was the originator of the Belgian weekend. Miss Ida E. Tilley of Stamford, Conn., visited her brother-in-law and sister the Rev. Paul A. Miller and Mrs. Miller of Harvard avenue Wednesday of last week when the Millers' daughter Mrs. Gary In­forvato of Radnor took them out ME Announcing the MEN OF ROSE VALLEY Fall Get-to-Gelher WHEN - September 10 WHO -You (any man 16 and up) WHAT -An all Male Glee Club WHY - Sing for fun & a now and then MARK YOUR CALENDAR For Further Information Call: Jim Bryson KI 4-3073 Fred Potter LO 6.6287 ~ BACK TO SCHOOL FOR . ~ /THE "GIRL WHO CARES" I I CLOTHES FROM BETTIE CURTIS' // , I:::::~ 9 SOUTH ORANGE st. MEDIA.PI LOwell 6·6225 HOURS: Daily 9:30 to 6:30; FRI. 9:30 to 9:00 P.M. aries Miss TUley was their chlld: Mr. and Mrs. Bevier Hasbrouck and camped several days tn the ren's foster mother. For 30 years and chlldren Helen, Edith, Phyllis; Rocky Mountain National Forest. she headed ihe Episcopal School, Mary Katherine and Douglas of A new "outside-frame" tent was Wyckebam-Ryse, In WaShington, Lafayette avenue, returned Friday well field-tested in various sylvan Conn. evening after several days camp- campsites along the way. Enroute Cdr. Robert E. Rowand, M.D., Ing at Bell Haven Lake, N. J. home they visited Mr. Alexander's and ~,frs. Rowand and their two Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alexander mother and his brother Robert in cWldren Patty 11, and Janet 8, of Juniata avenue with chlldren Lansing, Mlcb. have been the guests for the past Virginia and Roy drove to Boulder, 'II saw It In the S~rthmorelln." three weeks of Cdr. Rowand's Colo., where Mr. Alexander at~ HAMS BREASTS & LEGS of CHICKENS It cottIlIO mor. to ."joy ,b. lest fit •• , e 401 Dallu ... "u ••• CII. ,II HAl ~-------------------- C..,I .... I .... 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paa;e8 THE SWARTHIlOREAJf AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL KI4-3775 Louis (Lou) Oronzio t34:J Park Lane ------------------ STAMPS. AND COlltS BOUGHT .4ND SOLD Fordes's Pet And Hobby Shop 627 Baltimore Pike Sprlngfleld, Pa. K14-0121 Wnt:Slde of A I!o P »iCifiI01J8 N.&IIB BBGI8"r&A.'I'ION NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN- pur- Mrs. l"Hd.H. GawtllrGp wttb her daulbter Mrs. Rachel WUdetlush - cbUdreD Mary Lee Coe aDCI Frederick Wlldebuab, ~ of 0IdeII • avenue, noturlMid receDily after spend1llg the summer at Cape May, N. J. ESTATE NOTICE suant to the provisions of Ac of Assembly No. 380, approved May 24, 1945, of Intenllon to file In the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealtb ofPennsYlvanla. CLASSIFIED AD-S at Harrisburg. Pa., and In the of-. . . fice of the Prothonotary of the Courts of Common Pleas of Del- "---cn-;;>-7':';"':'r--- 5awtba red ayC ouonft y,S eopnte mWbeedr.n es1d9a6y2 . thea,' ____F_OR_ - S.:.A.:.L::. . E::. ... __ PERSONAL 'P S" Certificate for the condUct of a' I business In Delaware Counly,. FOR SALE - Draperies and Hand PERSONAL - Qarpentry Jobbing, Pennsylvania, under the assumed Hooked rugS, used only six recreation rooms, book cases, or fictitious name, style or deslg- months. Flttlng for blue decor. porches. L. J. Donnelly, KIngs-' Dation of Gordon Wahls & Com- Klngswood 3-8166. wood 4_31SI. POllY. wlth Its principal place of business at 325 Dartmouth Avenue FOR SALE - Swarthmore. excel· PERSONAL­Swarthmore. PenniIYlvanln. Th~ lent Investment, apartment house. .. 1st. minor name aod addiesseB of all persons Three apartments plus private room member Piano owning or Interested in said bus-' and bath. $3000. retu,:! annual ten years. Leaman. Iness are Gordon L. Wahls, 325 Income. Price $2"7,000. Klngswood 1_3_-_5_1_55.:•.. _________ 1 Dartmoutb Avenue, Swarthmore. 1.4.;....2_1_9_0 ..... _______ _ Pennsylvania. I' PERSON AL - CUstom-made slip ___ . FOR SALE - Miscellaneous school covers. Pin fitted In your bome. ESTATE 'NOTICE furaiture aod equlPlllent between You supply material. I make tbem. 9 A.M. and 12 noon Tuesday, Work guaranteed. prompt service. Estate of GRACE M. SMITH september. 4 at the QIonset Hut CLearbrook 9-63ll, EXPERT PIANO TUNING and REPAIRING 41 Years of Experience with All Make. . A.L. PARKER LOwell 6-3555 SPECIAL PRICE ON EXTERIOR ED AINIS 800 Fairview Road - c,' Au"Ra .. 1882. August Spe.cial! 20% Di.oum! BOOKWAYS. 417 Dartmouth Ave. K13-0926 Aluminum Siding Porch Enclosures Enamel.d white storm windows Insulation Dnd Roofing CULBERTSON deceased. (Late of behind the Swarthmore !!Igh SChool. the Borough of Swarthmore. Del- Itellls are: I metal typewriter desk; PERSONAL - Gllbert's Steam Wall aware Counly. Pa.) I double pedestal oak desk; 36' scraping, remove paint LRrl"EfIS Testamentary On the oak chairs; two triangular tables; paper. Interior painting. George 'Je!we!lry above Estate have been granted to 50 pupil desks; 3Q drawing desks: Glibert. TRemont 4-1082. " Repaired Ph. KI 3-4216 All V .... __ ...... LI -;.==-?~~~~~==:...II· _ ... .,. ....... .... I PENNA. ROOFING & . the underslgned. who request all 100 bentwood chalrs and 1 sewing >ii:iiiKrniAL;-:::-ri:OoiUni~~;;;tt;;;,-1 EMIL SPIES persons bavlng claims or demands machine. PERSONAL - spoutin&, against the Estate of the decedent F.:..:;::;:;.:.:..--------- gutters. Recreation rooms a WATCHMAKER to make known' the same, and all FOR SALE _ Antiques, country specialty. Ray J. Foster. GLobe Formerly of F.C. Bode and Son. persons Indebted to the decedent furniture. rockers. side chairs •• _9_-_2_1_1_3. __________ 1 Watch and 128 Y-' A to make pa,yment. without dela,y. to Chairs reeaned and rerushed. ....e ve. Allen Messersmith. Executor, Mu.... Bullard, i<lngswood 3-2165. PERSONAL - Blcycles repaired; lock Repalrs Swarthmore, Pa. pby Road. Chadds FOrd. Penna. j..:;'::;:'::':::":'''':';;;:;;'';;':'::'''::''''::':::::''''__ parts, accessories. Mllt Glass - Or to bls Attorneys: Raspln. Espen- FOR ,SALE _ Rollfast bicycle Blcycle, Hobby. Toy Shop. 206-1 shade. Heins. Ersklne and Stewart. boy's 24 Incb. $10. Columilla 26 East Baltimore Avenue, Clifton 1606 Pbila. National Baok Bulld- Inch, girl's IIgbt weiGht. Needs Helghts.MAdlson 6-0113. Opposite lng, Phlla., .,. Pa. 3T-8-31 new tires. Two sPeed gears. good Clifton Theater. .,.. _________ --...,.. condltion. KIngsIVood 3-9184. PERSONAL _ THOM SEREMBA. FINEWALLPAPERS FOR SALE _ 1959 Raleigh Motor Upholstered furniture renovated •• atch· Fob • Ie P .-..&.... bike. good condition, cheap reasonable 35 years experience. IYI '''9 . ncs GI..,. Chair bottoms repaired. $8. uP. AS"M. SCHUM"CHER. IMPERIAL transportation, 60 M.P.G. best Upholstery and slip covers In YOUl offer over $100. Call Kingswood fabric or from our samples. II years MURALS. S"NITAS. PREMSTED 3-5194 after September 4. of Swarthmore references. Ji're~ DO IT YOURSELF SELECT FOR PAPeRHANGER FOR SALE _ Peache •• El Rancho estimates. -LUdlow 6-1592. Orchards, Providence Road near PERSONAL _ and Rose Troe. Open 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. repaired. paper We Lend Out Sample BOCIu FOR SALE' - Kelvlnator Electric Range •. 40 Inch. $15.00. KIngs-shades recovered. Miss I. Bunting, KIngswood 4-3492. PENN wood 3-4303. PERSONAL _ Auto driYlng In- WALLPAPER CO. FOR SALE _ An ideal gift for your stmetion. APpOinted by the De-hostess, a blrd bath. bird feeder partr.ient of Public Instruction to '301 Boltimor. Pk., Springfield or bird house from the S. Crothers, offer a course lea4\ng to full opo Jrs 435 Plush Mill Road Walllng- erating privlleges at age 17. re- 0_ WH. & F,I. 'til 9 P.M. ford: LOwell 6-4551.' sulting lnlowerlnsurance premium. FREE PARKING KI 4-4100 1I1-=====::::;:;=;=:::~======== Edward F. Mao, 925 r.dgmont Me- KIngswood 3-1448 WILLIAM BROOKS Ashes al1d Rubbish Removed Lawns Mowed. General Hauling HardIng Ave.. Morton, Pa. Mary Ellen FLORIST South Cheder KI ~.8093 THE BIBLE SPEAKS II WAN TED TO YOU I·nue• TRemont 2-4346. WANTED-Practical nurse deslres!, FOR RENt SUNDAY-8:45 a.m. position. - Hospital experience,' FOR RENT - Interestingly fumlsh- AIR CONDITIONERS AMANA CARRIER CHRYSLER GENERAL ELECTRIC $159.95 up FACTORY AUTHORIZED Sales and Service Paper Baqs for All Cleoners Raymond J. Dawson 210 W.est ·Stot .. St., Media ODen EV..,jft9S ':30 - 9 P.M. (Except Wed. 3. Sat. evenings) Swarthmore references. Call TR .. I ed, garden-set house for schooi Ililiiti~W~Fil~L~.~5~6iO~k~C~~~e;il mont'4-3226. season or longer, four bedrooms.' WANTED _ HOines for Cour kittens. ;;r~. ~~~~':f_~3~Lenue. Waillng­Two whlte wlth black and orange, two calico. Ph.D. trained. Kings· wood 4-2651. FOR RENT - Apartment In beauti­ful surroundings, large IlYlnlJOom WANTED - House to rent in fulsurroundlngs,large UYing room Swarthmore Cor professional three bedrooms. tlle bath, dlnlng family with two small children. room. kitchen. deck porch. WllI move as soon as available. near- transJ)Ortatlon. Adults. ~KI~n::g::s::w:::O:::O-d-4-_::5:_18-1:.;.._:'-~~ ... -1 MOhawk 4-8182_0r_LO_w_e),! 6_-O_~. ~I_ 5_3:-. m WANTED _ Home for black six FOR RENT - Apartment Io ltdo eadn df ehmooulsee bcroatk;e nl sw fiitvhe lumsotrnothuss roofrmom, besdtraotoiomn. Iallned ~~~E~tf£t~: _fur._ C_all_ K.I .n...g;; s_wo_od. ..3.;.". '()5_50._ __1 Cdianlelt Ktei.n gswAovoadll a3b-'l-e3 81 WANTFD - Used and aotique fu.. FOR RENT _. Extra large com-nlture. Dishes. COins, stamps • fortably furnished room. Three and guns. LUdlow 6-0514, LEhigh closets. Genileman. KIngswood ~2-~5~6~64~·~ __ =_ __ WANTED - Compa~nl~on~ f~o·r ~eld~e1rl~y 3~-~33~2J9~.~~~~~~~~~ lady in her Florida home this winter. Leave late September. LO. FOARP ARRTEMNTE NT- . well 6-S311~ bedroom. kltchen, -------------1 shower.utilltles and heELted ga,'age,. WANTED - Girl experienced In I I property Insuraoce writing and ocnt on, $95. Jack Prichard PAINTING INTERIOR & EXTERIOR Free Estimates Klng.wood 3-8761 ELNWOOD COIYal,scelt Ho., Baltimore Plke & Llncoln Ave. Swarthmore other work In ooMection with JD-I Established 1932 surance depurtment of local area agencY. Part-time work 9-3 dally IQUlet. Restful Surroundings would be acceptable. ReDlY In de- Excellent 24·Hour Nuralng Care tall to Post orrtce BOx 278 FOUND - House k<;l on chain SmOGt::o. III ....... P •• ........ -_.-_._ .. ...u.. - .., Quaket;J MOIU DIALn CUSTOM KITCHENS by H. D. Church 3 PARK AVE., SWARTHIM)RE KI swood 4:2727 =-~ Convalescent Home 2507 Chestnut st., Chester TRemont 2-5373 24-Hour Nurslng Care Aged. Senlle. Chronic Convalescent- Men and Women Excellent Food • Spacious Grounde Blue Cross Honored _.- -- ----- -- Edward a. Chlp.1I and SOl Genela' Contf(lctol BUILDERS 'Since 1920' I,ee f"'mates 140 I Ridley Avenue Chester, Po. TRemont 2-4759 TRemont 2·5689 Picture Framing ROGER RUSSELL Photoglaphic Supplies orATE .. MONROE BT8, MEDIA LOwell 6-2116 OPBN PRIDAY ZVBNlN08 SWarthmore, Pa. Our employees, with st. Christopher 8 medal at Klngswood 3-0272 have been 8dvlsed of this ad. IMapie and Elm. Klngswood 3"'()S50. r~iiiiii:~iiiiii.i~:=~~~::::::======:::;:;.~:;:~ ~ilMllr 111 •• _11 SWEENIEyl,"CLVDEmmmHHUPlnWIHUPWI FUEL OIL ......... --.. ROOANG . SPOUTNG , OIL BURNER SERVICE BUDGET PLAN COAL VAN ALEN BROTHERS, INC. KI 8-4742 or LB 2-2440 Establ ished 1858 29 EAST FIFTH STREET, CHESTER, PA. TREMONT 4-6311 SAMUEL D. CLYDE 18'12 - 1955 J. EDWARD CLYDE SAMUEL D. CLYDE, JR. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE APPRAISALS ,•• ••• , PAnON ROOANGi ,,, GUTTERS SIDING , ,, COMPANY •••• •••• estab/ishecl1873 ,•• Free Estimates ••• , ,; 4 ,,• MONTHLY FINANCING ARRANGED f : Swarthmore.P~. , . KI4.022t•, :.. .. , ........ 4 Page" Au ... 31. 1962 • . PERSONALS Dr. aDCI Mrs. H. H. J'opkjn8 of Wellesley rood haw bad as their suests for the past two weeks their daucbler Mrs. C. MOton Pike, Jr., and three cbUdren stephen, Jeffrey and Mandy trom DeKalh, rut Part of their Y1s1t was spent. at the ahore. Dr. Pike did aot accompany Ids famlly as he Is \lOW Dean of StudeDla sI CenlralMlchl­gan U~Y8rslt,. Point Pleasant, where they wtll move shortly to make their borne. Also bouse guests of Mr. aDd Mrs. Hoptlns were Mr. _ Mrs. Atwood Ii Oatmao of SUmmlt, N. JOp who THE ~WARTHMOREAN etayed tor the _keDd and at- aDCI BUl etayed wltb Mr. aDd Mrs. teDded the. Morr1aon-Heatl> wed- Roblin Solts of WestmlpSter ave­dlng, aDd also formar SWartb- JIIIe. Their pareDis Mr. aDd Mrs. mOHan Mrs. Theodore W. Crossen Edwud J. Egan wera Ylslllng in of Chapel Hill, N. C., who spent- New Jersey with Mr. and Mrs. sevaral daJB Y1slttng also with WIll1am _Herbel1, also former Dr. aDd Mrs_Frederick W. Lueb-: resldents of Bryn Mawr avenue. rlog nf North Chester road. Nancy wlil anter her sopbomore Nancy and Blll Egan of Mt. year at Penn state Uolverslty next Lebanon, Plttsburgh, formerly of month. where be was a cOtIDseJor .tor a few wuts. laD ... lD cllUP 01 the boys retumlng borne by tratn. Before golng to camp, laD Y1s1ted Robby Patturson of Maple a_ .~or a. week at Avalon, No J., """ spent several daJB wltb seymour Green of Haverford at Beacb HaveDI N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Heatb of Cedar lane left Mo_y mol1llDg to spend the weak In IrvinctOn, Va. SWARTHMORE. RUTLEDGE Bryn Mawr avenue; Y1slted In Ian McKeag, SOD of Mr. and Mrs. UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT Swarthmore for the weekend. George McKeag of Parrish road, Nancy was the guest of Dr. aod bas returned from Camp Chlmney 1962T fhilee ds tawtuittho rtyh ea uPdriott hreopnoortta rfyor, tChoeu srtc hoof oCl oymemaro ne nPdleeda Jsu, lYD' eil.- r..;M",risc.:Haro=~I:d:R~O~xb~Y~O~fD~r~e~w~a~ve~_n~u?e~~p~o.ln~t'~Da::ma~r1scotta MlIls, Me., "I So;Ttln The SWarth.D ....... pm $IK"ijt;;;~ :.: :1\0;--. '~::"? ',,:> "~',:';;',;'_.~<~~ _ .'>,:'~~,:.: "' .. A':'i.l::. :. ".',,}:~;t:t:;.>- " ~-, _. _ ,~'- .!e .. "1. .c ~_:-"'~,.<.~:t""" -, .;: - aware County on the 24th day of August 1962, In accordance with OPEN THURSDAY TO 9 PM the requirements of Section 2(32 of the Public School Code of DUaIIIG TillS .RE-HOLIDAY 1949 wili be confirmed absolutely unless an appeal is taken WIIIt-END ALL A&' MARKETS FRIDAY TO 10 PM within thirty days of filing. Will OISERVE THEIR USUAL Condensed f1nancl~~':~::"~~: follows: STOIIIIOOIS. . SATURDAY TO 6 P.M. . July I. 1962 CLOSED LABOR DAY MSEa'TN.D~! All AlP nOlIS & MAIKOS WILL II - ASSETS: 1-__.m m;·~Ml::";.,::..,~...:.,'.~':_~:;iJ{X-t~.:'<~4iJaE::-::;_;'';i,.'ktll?'/<m9_~Y9:~-'~o.( '{ ". :,,', ":~~:: ;-',c::~,,;-,· ~_ _ ".",-b './. :, :.',:.:.c .}:,-:~{_"r.:.:-)j":;ivS+'>ft Cssh In bank and on hand: General fund , Cafeteria fund ActlYitles fund Sinking fUnd $158.474;58 2.213.01 13.482.31 1.40 Accounts receIVable: Uncollected taxes prior years Other 114,171.30 5.008.39 870.99 Inventories: Text books. at estlm.ated cost 'Food, etc. Ground .... buildings and contents 34,384.00 688.82 2,183,188.64 $2.398,312.14 LIABILITIES: Accounts payable, salaries, wages, withheld payroll taxes, etc. $ 81,824;65 Bonded indebtedness. with vote of electorde SeriesH. 1953. due serlaIiY at the rate of $20,000 per year, with Interest at 2 1/8 per cent General fUnd Cafeteria fund Activities fund slnklng fund Invested In fixed assets net of bonded Indebtedness FUffD5: $116,042.32 3,"772.82 13;482~31 1.40 1.943.188.64 240,000.00 321,824;65 2.076,487.49 $2.398.312.14 STA'I'EMENTof CASH-RECEIPTS and DISBURsem*nTS of the GENERAL FUND for the year ended July 1. 1962 Balance, JulY 2, 1961 $1.06,062.99 Receipts: TaxeS, current year including penalties: 'Real estate $601.897.58 Per capita 49,150.65 Realty transfer 24;356.81 Delinquent taxes and penalties State appropriations 6"75,405.04 4,683.39 242,064;27 Revenue from, federal government 2.572.00 Tul~lon 24;555.92 3.030.00 6.832.73 4,779.44 Rent from school facilities Interest on time deposits Other , Disbursem*nts: Expenses of general control ExpenseS of Instruotion Auxiliary agencies and coordlnate actlvltles Operation of plant . Maintenance of plant Fixed charges (employees retirement, etc.) Debt service (including $21>,312.60 transferred to sinking fund and $8"70.50 rentals paid to authority) . Captlal outlay other Excess of receipts over disbursem*nts Balance, July 1; 1962 $9'63,922.79 $46.982.iIS 564.497.99 14,811.26 82,448.62 14,501."72 50,382.07 112,362.60 17,286.61 8,237.65 $9i:l,51l.l!U ESTIMATED BORROWING CAPACITY July I, 1962 52.411.59 $158.474.58 Net assessed valuation, 1962.as teported by Board for the Assessment-anei' Revision of Tues, Delaware County $9,031,850.00 .. Indebtelines8 allowed by law , ("7 per cent of sssessed valuation) $632,229.50 Outetandlng IndebtedJleBB, JulY I, 1962 $240,000.00 Deductions allowed bylaw: Cash In slnldngfund $1.48 Revenue 1962-63 appli­cable to reduction of IndebtedJltiss '19,898.'110 120,000.00 Net debt '220.000.1tO Estimated borrowiDi capacity ''SUPER-RIGHT'' SHORT SHANK, !'ULLY COOKED 12 TO 16-1'0UND SMO D.HAMS SHill PORTION Bun PORTlOII (SollIe Slices Removed) (Some Slices Removed) lb. 33C ··43C a..kNIIIHall Ib·43e BuD Half Ham 1Io·53e HI. SUel' a::, lb. lIe Whole Hams Ib·ae SElI·BlIIELESS HAMS 10 ... 12-110. Fvlly C40kN lb. 630 Whole or HoK All "",bopt The Small Round Bon. a.moneL Making It EatV' To Carvel _ADieUS STEAI~ CHUCK STEAK I RIB STEAK I CHIPPED, CUBED OR SIRLOIN TIP STEAK SALE! Ib·53C Ib·79C Ib.Sl.19 HIOHUI 5 .. , lb. l_u""'Ib. 35e 'aund and Up .... N .. aUN ",U.C;UE CHICIEN NAlVO lb. 3ge . Solei I" $-lb. bo ••• .... Illy lin PIc .. Of 3-Ib. 0' M.,.l GROUID BEEF lb. 45«: 3 II". '129 IllADLlAN lOCK (4 TO ..aUNCI SIZESI LOBSTER TAILS lb. St39 NONE PRICED HIGHER 25 :~ 790 ' 10 ~:~ 39c Orl,p Pa,cal Cale.., ....... Cantaloupe, 27-51lE ••• NONE PIIICED HIGHER NONE palCED HIGHER ... do 250 NORlHWESTERN NGNE PRI(,,"dI HIGNU = loe 2 fo< 410 F. ..... Ullian Pranl' 2 Ibs. 2&0 Callfomla Valancia Oranges closen 31e 2 do···l&e 11-01. IORTOIT'S DIIIERS Fr:S,~;:":~:'::'~ey pkg. ~::EN 2 ~~:.. 39c 2 llHlL pkgs. ORAIGE or GRAPE IRI Nlm or TRUADE 46-01. cln PIGE IIYONIAISE \S:E I qUirt lar REGULAR 59c VALUEI SAVE 22c ON ALIA SELTZER 25 ~~! 37e . Lane's Pickles S-;:!:' Slltana Baked Baans . Rolls I ••• r.rII., SGadwl ... or Frankfurt" Luach Meal ............ h' DewUed Ha .. u .... rwood 2~. 25:=510 12 ,';,.3&0 3 1;:. S. 4~3ge 18:' » In l~-Ib. &80 prints lb. S.O.s. Scour Pads BUnER FG!~n~~! !:'~d &6' PLAITERS PEAIUT BUTTER CIT ·IITE PLASTIC WRAP S LWO ~=T 12 .J.;. 410 I~II. 59' 100 r:il 27' 24'': •. 79' MARva DElICIOUS TASTE MATESI bIf ICE CREAM .. lion JANE PARKER APPLE PIE . ;<

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.' ," AQtdSt ai~,':1"62 THE " COLLEGE DRAMA DEPT ! . 'LAY' hlblt held durlDi the 'con~nUon I, G.IIN' m-'' WI' N'1 9 6'2 Pale. & a- llews e~ester roaca. at the Unlversity' of pregon II rRS ' , SwartbmoJre HJcb 'School Band FEA JURED IN DISP Museum of' Art which included ' ' Captain Bill Wreceof Walnut lane The Swarthmore College drama pictures and poster des1gns trom SW' IMMING RELAYS Several people an4, one pigeOn was taken to Taylor HOspital for department was featured In a d1s- leading ecmcational and community ,'fOund" 'themselves In' bad spots X-rays after be slipped off a car play at the American Educational theatres from allover the U. S. last·Thursday accordlng to pOllce fender and struck his head on the Theatre Association convenUon FINAL PROGRAM SEJ recordS. At 11:40 a.m. DaYid MU- pavinC of the Presl!yterlan Church held in Eugene, Ore., August 20-22. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Fisber' _ . stein, Brookhaven, driving east on parking lot Frlday evening. They exhibited pictures of their and chlldren Kevin 71/2, Valorle FOR LABOR DAY Yale avenue and MarUy Doherty, A Drexel Hlll· driver paid $5 productions of • 'The Good Woman 5 1/2 and Gretchen 2 years of' Elm avenue, traveUng north on flne for ignoring a parklilg ticket. of Setzuan", "The Sandbox" and age moved on August 9 from Garnets won the 1962 team 'Chester road c0111ded at thelnter- Two Swarthmore, one Waillngford "Tevya and His Daughter." Springfield tb 211 Park avenue bucket. with a 136 to 120 score ,section of the two streets. Both 'and one.Sprlngfield driver paid $1 The display was part of an ex- the former VanAlen home. ' over Whites in Saturday's first' cars, though damaged, were able parking~es over the weekend. ;=.====================:::;;;:;;;===i Intra-mural relay carnival at to be driven from the scene.· . The S~liinore Fire Company Swarthmore Swim Club. This gives At 12:33 p.m. the car of Vlrg1n1a participated, in a Sixth District the Garnets the champion-team Beach, Ph11adelphla, traveUng fire drill. at Media, High Schbol Utle for the thlrd time, while the south on Cedar lane, colUded with Monday ev~ning . LUCKY "Mornin' Doc," - I looked up from a special display of School Supplies which I was arranging in readiness .for the start of the Fall Term. There was "Grandpa", a regular visitor to the store over the years and generally with a pithy comment on the tip of his tongue. Today was no exception. .. Waving his han~ at a pile of school bags on the counter­" Look at those, Doc, wonderful I call it - canvas, plastic. leather, all kinds - .some with zippers, some with strops, some thin, some fat. Prices not bad either, aU the way from $1.49 up •• I see. !f a kid can't find what he wants here, he ought to be spanked. When I was a young fellow we dug up an old skate strop hitched it 'round our books and off we went. If ,it rained or snowed, we stuck 'em up under our coot." , As I continued my worle I could hear 'Gramp' muttering to himself - "crayons, erasers, pencils, clips, scotch tape, note books, pencil sharpeners, rulers, pads, lined paper, slide rules. protractors, compasses (huh, when I was a boy we tied a piece of string around a lead pencil and the other end to a pin and we could draw all kinds of circles)" - he continued his rambling as new items ~al.lght his eye - "ring binders, tabs, index cords. labels, rubber bands, blotters, date stamps, ink pads, mucilage, paste. (When I went to school we boiled up a mess of flour and water paste that studt everything from pictures in a scrapbook to gluing up a kite.)" At the end of the display case I had set out 0 rather com .. plete array of fountain pens - Schaeffer, Papermate, Scripto and other reliable makes, with both ban-points and regular nib points, in a variety of colors. These seemed to fascinate 'Gramp' . for he stopped and looked them over at great length. Finally he called over to me. nDoc, these pens sure are beauties and the prices are right in line. Thi~ one at 75 cents and that one at $3.75 look like their money's worth to me." Then, lowering his voice he went on - "Y ou know when I was in about the 7th or 8th grade we .had . little glass ink-wells set in top of our desks and every morning a Monitor would come 'round and fill 'em up from a big quart ink bottle. Pretty messy tho and our boob used to get smeared up a lot. Yes sir, .the kids nowdays dan't kno~ how lucky they are." Then, with his usual cheery "SO long, Doc," 'Gramp' shumed out through the' door, leaving behind the cool, air-conditioned comfort of the store and entered the' sweltering heat on the sidewalk outside. A FULL LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES A. G. CATHERMAN PHARMACIST Telephone Klngswood 3-0586 17 South Chester Road Swarthmore, Po. "."; ..... ' ,I \ " Whites have captured It four times. that of Blanche Brown, Walnut Coached by Marshall Schmidt lane, which was going east on w1th Paul Deyo .as captain the Ogden avenue. The Brown car winning team took the openlng two was knocked into and toppled a freestyle events with 10-and-under street sign, thus receiving dam-. girls M. Dethloff (swimming ages on both sides. Police Chief double), C. Dumm, B. Townes, Thomas Bateman took Mrs. Brown and lO-and-under boys W. Dethloff, .to Chester Hospital to be checked R. Wilburn, S. S('ott, J. Schmidt. for possible injuries. Both cars These same swimmers" with, the required towing. . ,. Mrs. WUllam.DoF-orest Fetzer of Wllmlngton,"Del., entertained three out-of-town guests at luncheon on Tuesday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Keenen of North Chester road. Attending were Mrs. C. M11ton Pike, Jr., of DeKalb, m., Mrs. Malcolm Agnew- of South Euclid, 0., and Mrs. Arthur Geib of Colum - . bia, Tenn. addition of M. Michener In girls, At 3:10 p.m. Patrolman Edward won the backstroke and medley Burgett was called upon to remove events for their age group. a pigeon from a house at 201 Whites were coached by Wilfred r-----------..:.---liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ___ • '~:;t:~n. ~~~i~~r1b-~~-~:r~~~s ~ SHS CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE ,1962 Brown (swimm~ngdouble), M. Ger-ner, R. Kurtzhalz won In freestyle. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 CHESTER Their 11-and-12 boys B. and B. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 NETHER PROVIDENCE Brown, C. Seymour, R. Heisler TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 MEDIA took freestyle and medley. Whites FRIDA Yi OCTOBER 5 RIDLEY PA also captured the remaining free- RK style divisions with 13-to-29 girls TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9 INTERBORO B. Gerner (swimming double), K. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12 SPRINGFIELD Herschel, M. Seymour; l3-to-29 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16 RIDLEY TOWN. AWAY HOME AWAY HOME AWAY HOME boys W. Glll, c:i. Herschel, S. & RADNOR' HOME Caldwell, J. Seybold; 30-and-over FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 PENNCREST HOME women B. Brown (swimming TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 MARPLE NEWTOWN HOME double), S. Schmidt, B. Herschel; . 30-and-over men Messrs. Gers- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 DIS'T MEET WM. TENANT bach, MUfiin, Bolsard, Rankin. HOME MEETS WILL START AT 3:30 Whites were leading Garnets 56 BEHIND COLLEGE FIELD HOUSE to 36 at the end of the freestyie 11==~~~~===::==::' :' :"':::::::::;-..1 races. However, they took only J~ one first place itl backstroke and STORE} one in medley. Monday & Friday 9:30 A.M. to 9 "p.M. Garnet ll-and-12 girls S. Hos- HOURS Tues., Wed.,.Thurs.,Sat. 9:30 to 5:30 ford, A. Michener, S. Pelrsoi, P. Schmidt won backstroke and medley; 11-and-12 boys K. Dumm, . W. Dethloff, D. Ridgeway, F. Sey­ferth backstroke; 13-to-29 girls J. Dumm, W. Fowler, M. Stradley, A. Townes· backstroke and medley. Whites W. G111, N. Coslett, S. Caldwell, J. Seybold won back­stroke and Garnets K. Hew·as, D. McCurdy, R. Sublette, P. Deyowon medley In the 13-to-29 boys. Ea~h team suffered one disqualUlcaUon and each won one of the two flnal . special comblnatlon relays of girls and boys from different age groups - -Garnets (M. Dethloff, S. Hosford, A. Townes, D. McCurdy, W. Deth­loff, J. Schmidt) capturing the Crescendo and Whites (B. Herl sch\:!l, P. Torrey, J. Gersbach, C. and M. Seymour, W. Glll, T. and S. Schmidt) the Grandslam. The traditional Labor Day family relays at 4 p.m. and picnic at 6 p.m. Monday w1l1 compose the fina!'formal program of the Club's eighth season, although the pool will remain open through the fol­lowing Sunday, Sept~mbe'r 9. Mrs. Stanley Milne of Park ave­nue had as her guests for several weeks her son-In-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Scott Rickard and son Jonathan of Chagrin Falls, O. During their stay they were all the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Wood and Mr. Vernon Mont­gomery Dodge of Faulk road. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coslett and children Ned, Branch andJudy Van returned to their home on Woodbrook road last week follow­ing an eight-day vacatlon on Mon­tego Bay, Jamaica. Miss Virginia Emrey of Rutgers avenue has recently relurnedfrom a trip abroad· where she visited member countries of the European Common Market In addition to England, Austr1a, Sw1tzerland and two PrinclpallUes. Ablgall Warnes· of Woodbrook road has as her house guestthls week Margot Roberts of New York, one of her classmates at the Bouve Boston School. Both girls are coaching· at the Hockey Camp at F;rlends Central School this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W1llard Hol­lander of Ogden avenue have re­turned home after two weeks of vacationing at LaCOnia, N. IL, Belgrade Lakes and Boothbay Har­bor, Me. 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