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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - April 7, 1927, Chester, Pennsylvania                                CHESTER TIMBERCHESTER PA THURSDAY APRIL 7 192 Nazarene Church Assembly In Session at Collingdale Representatives of ThirtySix Churches in Washington Philadelphia District Hold Five Day Convention Notes of Tmely Interest i Oy The annual assembly of the Wash ingtonPhiladelphia district of the liiirilt of Nuzarone Is in Kesslon at iolliiiydule The business stssiions of the as Koinlily wliidi closely ihy Mothodlsv fouference wore licfeun esteiday in the Colltns dale Xazarone Church located at Parker iid Sialey avenucK Twenty six fhurches in tlie district aro reii rwiited at thu assembly by one liun ilred aiut twentylive and es who are beijifeiuertaincd oiiibeiN and frleuds of the rJiurfh u tlRir in Collinsdale and DaHiy The asHombly is in charge ot Oen eial SiiporJiitcndent 1 W CJoodwin t Cal as presiding ofH lyr IJio oliicial opening of the con uuvu was hold Tuesday night with a Bcrviee In which addresses of wel comc were Riven bv thepastor of the local church the Kov J X Xielson and resDontjos were jjiven by tiu Itev I T of supcrlntenilcni and by Jjr Ooodwin Tho InisintHS bessions yesterday morning and afternoon wore laiKely taken up by reports of ihc pastors or the differenL churclnH in the as sembly Tlusame program is con tinued today varied with reports ot the ways and menus committee od the A missionary rally is scheduled for this a tier noon Busi ness sessions hesin u it a m anJ p in and the dinners and suppers are served by a cumin ilteo of women m the basement ut ihe church IjiiKt ovcuinf there was an evan selisilr in the church con ducted by Dr J Morrison of Nampa Idaho president ot the Vnrthwest XaxaVfuo Colleye The assembly will be continued until Sunday nifht when the pastoral upiKjiitmnts will be announced by the ollicer Tbo ColJinsiaIe Cliuroh is the only one of this denomination in Delaware county although there is another one in Philadfrlphin Lhurches in the tlis BURYCOLWYN WOMAN TODAY Mrs Marion Simpson Laid at Rest From Sons Notes luncra services will be held this afternoon for Mis Marion Jenkins Simpson OS Walnut street Colwyn who died suddenly List Sunday fol lowing astroke Mrs1 Simpson who made her lioinc with her soninlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Louis Miller at the AVulnul street address went tu West Philadelphia last Sun day to visit her son She had started home when she suffered a collapse and taken brick to lier sons res idence where she died a short time later The deceased was sixtyfour years of age and was the widow oC George W ISimpson She was a member nC a number oC fraternal orsanixa amonp them the Gus W Townu Circle No 40 Ladies ot ihe G A K iho Ladies ot the Macabees the Ladies Auxiliary of Mary Com mandery JXo 31J KnightsTemplar and Tiocuo Council Degree of Pocahantas Surviving her are her daughter Mrs Marion Miller and two Eons John and Hood Simpson She will be buried from the home oC John Simpson at South Sixtyfirst street Interment will be in Mount Moriah cemetery A number of her Colwyn friends called to view the body last evening The members of tlie Colwyn troop Xumber One Boy Scouts America have planned to hold an investure ceremony this evening1 in the fire hali at Third and Spruce streets Wilmer 1C Brown scoutmaster will bo in eharpe of the ceremony which will be conferred upon live candidates V play by the members of Number One Patrol is to be a feature the A report will be made of Uie bake and bazaar which was given by the troop last Saturday The juniors of tho Croxer Memorial Baptist Church aro preparing to have a part in the Easter exercises of the Sunday School which will be held a week from Sunday The exercises are to be held at the usual Sunday school hour The new operation of homes on Third street below Vine ia now under roof Mr and Mrs Timothy Reynolds of Philadelphia have taken up their residence in the borough moving re cently to South Third street Mrs Irynnlds is an active member of the Auxiliary the Sons of Union Vet erans of tho Civil War beinij identi fied with Auxilinry IS of Shamokin of which auxiliary Mrs Charles H Ofliarlton of tourth street division secretary of xho organization is also Amontr he members of the Colwyn Kii o Company who attended the inniia banquet of the Delaware County Firemens Association at IJrookline Sqnaie Club last night Thilip n K Martin expres iloiu of the company George Hum phries financial secretary and Voter J iioroijffh treasurer John MnhetTey Jr Frort and Kranccs streets recently became identified with the Colwyn Fire Com pany There was a large attendance of members of the Womans Home Mis sirtiary Hccretiry of Mount Zion Methodist Church at the meeting of th organization which was held on Tiusdny afternoon at the home of Mrs M I Miznor 211 Chestnut slivrt Vombers of the Ladies Auxiliary rr Colwyn Fire Company will hold monthly meeting on Tuesday Mr11 t p Manship is p res trict arc located hi lansdale Trenton SSashinfton D C and other places m Pennsylvania Maryland and vicin uy This Is the third time that an as sembly has been held in Die Collhig dalo church and the first time that it has taken place in lie new house of worship on Parker avenue On two previous occasions It was held in the abandoned church edifice on Chester pike demolition ot which was completed yesterday to make way for stores and apartments Borough Notes John J llrenner West Philadel phia business man lias opened a branch office in the Burleteh block OJ Parker avenue The Collintrdale High School senior play Tho Romantic Ago will open tomorrow evening for a run ot tsvu nights Miss Hanlet Cohco of 114 Pini street will entertain a group of her friends at a birthday party at her homo this uvonlnp Mrs AVinftold Hartman of Chester pike is confined to her bed by Ill ness Mrs W H Iitham 313 Parker avenue spent a portion of this week Mrs Janies Leiper at Atlantic City The ways and means committee of the Order pi the Amaranth to which many Collinyrdalo women belong will meet iliis evening at the home of Mrs J Sevan of Ridley Park Ten cases of contagious diseases wore reported at tlio recent meeting of the board of health Mrs Anna McCausland An drews and Woodlawn avenue is con valescing from an illness Mrs Frank C Tesar anci daughter Miss Blanche Tesar of Chester pike will spend Sunday with Mr and Mrs Marion Slagnln Jr at Wilrtwood The Rev W L Haincs was a vis itor HI Xew SToiic yesterday Mrs Lillian Kerns of Philadelphia spent Tuesday with her sister Mrs AV Jj llaines of Andrews avenue HAIL HAIL THE GEESE NACOGODOCHES Tex Flocks of wild fowl have been ovrr head for weeks and farmers hank erm for a mess o gocse have been wishingthe season wasnt closed But just as a larse Dock was passing recently a hailstorm came up In a few seconds scores of geese hurtled into fields and farmyards downed by tho hailstones Darby PAR T OF CHESTER PIKE p 7nder Threat of Several Hundred Delinquents Respond to No tice Sent Out by Tax Collector Shaw Darby Fire Fighters Plan to Entertain Delegates Pence de Leon mortally wounded by savages while seeking an illusion ary fountain of eternal youth in Floridas wilds four centuries ago lives again Anrf here he presentday life H E Wolfe desig nated by popular vote to imper sonate the Spanish explorer nt the Ponce de Leon celebration at St Augustine Flo In the pageant Wolfe costumed as hero will land from a Spanish caravel and be re ceived like hi historic prototype by the Seminoie Indians WRECKED HOPES I think hes the meanest man on earth Why Ive made up my mind to refuse him and he wont even propose to Severn 1 hundred women of tho ouyh iviiLi were delinquent lit tlio J payment of ihoir taxes are reported by Tax collector S Robert Shaw to j have paid their tax bills tiucc they j received notices hy mail a days ago to the effect that they must make payment in thirty days or go to jail says ihut ho meant business and that he has no alterna tive but to enforce the luw hi tini matter i If tho taxes are not paid sale ol foods and ohattols is lo made and If ho roulliced not sullirleiit in each case to moot the j sum of taxes then the delinquent j faces jail Tvo thousand notices 1 wero sent out to diMinuiUiit tax I payers nearly two weeks auo Mrs Harry Stewart Mill street save a birthday party in honor of j Isc xon Master Ilrmy on j a Iooent ovenin Tho jiuosts in I eluded Kdna Hiclutnl Par Frunliiin Jjnppy loan I Iloraou Cox n Cox GCOIB Hrad 1 ley lane Bowers Charles Bowors Kriinlt Spoalt Speak Mayette fjincoln Jenny Mayo Mary Mayo I Cloud Cloud j f Harry Cloud Harry Stewart Mrs Tanus Speak Mr and Mrs Henry1 J McCoy Mrs J AlliriBht Mrs DrSpps jMis Walt or Cox Mrs K Cloud Mr j and Mrs Ktowart j Miss Chulotto Ielio teachei at Uidge avenue school was absent from duty a portion of this week Mrs M fox of Llanereh was tho luncheon suest of her sister Mrs ICila 1 Magnin of Ximh street yes terday Prank Bartels of North Sec ond streot has Ijouftht a new car Mis Joseph Hayes 705 Commerce street is improving from illness Fire Company Notes Darby was well represented at the annual banquet of tho Delaware County Firemens Association which was held at the Brooklino Square Club last evjninK Twentyfive members of Darby number one were in attendance and thoroughly enjoyed the program of tho evening Darby Fire Company No 1 will en tertain the Delaware County Associa tion on May 23 and tho commltte in ohuRe of the recent anniversary of thft company has been appointed to for the entertainment of the deletfiites of tho sixtyone volunteer comprise the assXiution TluLvdUv Auxiliary j will tio a pioaslmiil pan on this occasion The monthly meeting of lio 00111 pany will beheld on uoxt Thursday SPRING VACATION AT SHARON HILL Boys and Girls of Public School to Have Weeks Respite A spring vacation of a wiseUi the first iu tho history oC tho Sharon Hill Public School is to bcsii for the pupils ivhen ilu school closes to morrow ninht OiTifUm to hiive tin vacation fur iliv sohuol was arrived at by iho UoiDtl ni education follow ing a recommendation by tins prln olpil f VulliKi Mr OLD MASTERS The MID the moon tho star tin SIN iho hills aiul Ih plains Aromn Uieso O Su tlio Vision of Him who rcifoit1 Is lot tho Vision JJ7 though Ho be nt Ihut which lie SHMDS iJreams aio while they lasl and do not Hvo in dreams Karlli ilioso solid stars Uiis vveihln of body and limb Are they noi Msn and jiymbol of thy division from Him7 thi woiW to thee thyself For is HInot all but iluiu Uuu pmvor to fcol I am Olory nhout thec without ihco and iluli ftilfllUst thy doom MaUini Him linlMi KKams and a Mlitloil splendor and chioiu Spoalc niin thmt for Ho hears Sl1lrlt with meet niirir thiin banIs or The Talbot IB of the opinion that a wceicu respite Is u necessity tor pupils and teachers following the winters Krlnd mid in preparation for the KrucltlnK examinations which are but it few weeks hence Sharon inn Council Jso 05 Sons and JMughlem of Liberty will hold a card party thisevening folkming a nhrt session Tho affair will bo held in Hie hall at the corner of Slmron avenue and Sprint street Mrs A A bnuniun of Cherry street who bus been confined to her home by illness for several weeks Is Improving Tho members of the Delaware County Klow Club havo a meotlns Planned for this evening in the school auditorium The Kev CJ Paul Beck is moving today from the Meihudist paraoimjje to IUH now charso In Urooltliuu uid the now pastor tho Kcv II K WH uy fioin Ihllivdelphhi will move In Anna McGttliaan of street entertained the members ot the Junior section ot the Club at hoihome on Tuesday eve TOO MUCH WATER COPAKE X Yoid Harry shaggyhorse who formerly served the town of West Xcw York in fire and street departments is dead And by an ironical twist ot fate veteran who was passionately toad ot foaming beer died from tod water His death 5stho result ot htm being mired in a spot of marshland on the Copake farm where he was spending his remaining days in fields of clover Old Harry learned to drink heer when he was a worker In the street department in the days when tho bock beer signs were in hloorn on corner saloons More furs arc worn in the United Mates than in any other country In the world STARTING RIGHT FONT MORGAN ti ypiinfc couple had been mtirrled bv A issniiKlcrti Jimtico of the piace Briiom asHoil the Thf Iv allows no for L wedding coro S11 thC four hirS Sroom mlfrl aolllV Thatll make you Hie awtonlshed JiidRo accepted lhc col and tho couple walked out REVOKE BONUS Iauo larRtT families for VVnVT hlls offered a subsidy of 100 sold francs to tho parents of ten children when the tenth a Kroiips said tho discrimination was an Insult to tliclr sex That coupled with the fact that 2SOO families aro potential ie s of the reward has lod to a ITS TO YOU To judge for yourself between Quali ty or the Cheap Socalled Bargains LESTER and LEONARD PIANOS are manufactured in Lester Pa ONLY FIVE MILES NORTH OF CITY OF CHESTER here within throw of your home town Fully guaranteed to last a lifetime and have stood the test for The past half YOU JUST THINK THIS OVER With this thought in mind that you buy one piano in lifetime Bell Phone Chester 3958 RISKY BUSINESS Our Prices and Terms Are very any mans pocketbook THE GREAT LESTER FACTORY COVERS 20 ACRES Only Five Miles From Chester CONCEDED o be one of the best equipped factories in T niied Slates manufacturing only highgra Grands Upright FACTORY TO HOME SAVES YOU to 3O SAVINGS WORTH YOUR CONSIDERATION Lester Factory Located in Delaware County Paying Taxes in Delaware Co and lieir istfniTs as well IK ministers ptiycian5 lemists iall ilayers Holdiors and acrobats hereafter will to vuy accident insurance I tno Accident Lntlprwriters Associai tKi hns rulrl Physicians ministers i a0 too often in contact nra included r i no extrahazardous class OF COURSE First is all right proviiinc1 yon do it inteliiEfntly hut you cant anvny Hnl a smniler Jondon BARGAINS FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY At these prices they will only last this week JUST A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS Regular Price Name Sale Price S70000 LUDWIG PLAYER 5M700 72500 CUNNINGHAM PLAYER 22500 69500 BENNETT BRETZ PLAYER 15700 67500 BELLAIRE Like New 21500 84700 LESTER Like New PLAYER44700 65000 LEONARD PLAYER 27500 50000 EDWARD JULES 4700 45000 GABLER 5200 EASY TERMS LOW AS DOWN WEEK A NORTH PO 312 EDGMONT AVE j ri CHESTED O you an nnunial coat this season Of satin perhaps with pert hows and chic lines Our selection offers unlimited choice and much smartness at small o Event Extraordinary AN EASTER COAT SALE One of the most important coat sales in the history of this shop surpassing in fashion quality and value any pre Eaater oflcring Sorcuss has ever made ft 39 75 The Coats New Silk Coats New Satin Conts New Twill Coats New Kashmir Coals The Features Pleated Coats Tucked Coats New Fur Collars Tiered Coats 515517 MARKET STREET AT SORCUSS ANY a woman enter ing our shop vrith only a dream frock in mind leaves to her delight and amazemept with the dream completely realized A PreEaster Dress Event New ParisReplica Frocks and Gowns For All Occasions Their Exclusive Fashion and Quali ties Will Surpass Your Best Expectations An Incomparable Opportunity 25 The Dresses The Models Chiffon Crepe Georgette Crepe Romaine Flat Crepe Womens Dresses Misses Frocks Sports Wear Dinner Dresses   
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