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RT h e M e n 's P io n e e r B i W e Cls sst h e S o u t h O r a n g e ; JethodisEpi ' pal C h u r c h :?will h a 'its a n luajl t li%rnert n extF ridayiig!\t. : 1 h e ] V “ *-m e n ’s O p p o r t u n ity 1 Ubtc Ctla s. i f ;Hec h u r c h will p re p a re a n d .«hedinn er.W a l t e r C . H en nett is ;re ulent oft h e P io n e e r C lass , and- W ‘ !liai rr; ,?J,.:'Br vfit is' teacher.’; jof Trade Starts MoveIndependent OfficeElects Directorss p ea j ers I oflocalandre p u t a U o twjll .tell truthsd o u b t m a r . ’ imtruthj*. ab o utia « e aidifejamstration.A p p l y ea -ly for ticket .launchedam ovem enttheTownt i}!fe w h i c h* j ostt o - re p la c techurcl*iC **bt*jir 1WM r s.T h m. sdaythey -w e r e v icatl, ft Merfj;, P !'!tIUj 5 yennational j li ne*lYjou n an tw o parties then . I s u p —p o w } sfud Xfltv C o m e r"W e ll, youandn o j m \*r-iour vil! L I *n’arishImmediate a n dEnergeticAction Necessary to GiveiTrees Protection1']rf*s*p«y-ti ely.outliningtfee « l ir»formfl,tjon c o m in g frop».i s m o r e fr*.*qu* t»ily to r i e m wfe **hureh.[V he *ubje -ts referredtoLbfospect of **arly * xp ar nion.fempnee w it h this c a u s e d bytotheof a »«?w drgra.:**teari.v in K a y a n d :; i'Cbafntijwiiat.;:lit r rn im othh a s {beenlocal'O r a n g e . wlSl'ch if not i ri*mediatelytermina-ted; will d oun ld dam agi*.i mfestatto(k'SautnOrangeM et h o d istJpl«c palChurch.T h i s reception is helifl fol l o w in g -Mr. P e n d e r s re a p j oir itrr epta n d return to the p&storat * df t i eC h u r c h .' T h e W o r a n p u i d »f t iec h u r c h will assist. \ j S O U T H OBL\NGKM rs. a n d M rs. A .Squir* of S c o t lan d r o a d h a v e jetu t ie d fro n Larichpiont, N . Y . M r s Y-orke A lle n hfas: retui rie ' f* d mA t la n t ic 'C it y . z k i .V f j i — s t H W v v u z i : b v c iT h e w e d d i n g o f H i s s W lheln in aS c h w f r e e n b a c h , d a u g h t e r cfiT ArtfhurSc h w k rK e n b a c h , ofHartfojrdre a d .S o u t h :r:.:: :nd R o b e r t F Ze.une. %' a h ft%—te r in t h e S w is s a r m y , will t ike p a beto m o r r o w .P I A N O P V P IIJj IN R K C I T A IPlano pup ils of M rs. T h e o d o r a M .B r o w n gave their annual apriiig 'reeitJtl Saturday afternoon in tlie stiidio.66.R ig g splace.SouthOrange.F ie l d C l u b , will b e given t o m o r r o wn ig h t .M u s i c will b e furpfshet b yt h e A r lin g t o n J a z z Q u artetThesed a n c e s h a v e p r o v e n so extretnely pop Ular th a t t h e c r o w d h a s b d en largert h a n c ou ld b e a c c o m m o d a t e d .pa laI !4 a M.8. O . F I E L D C T iU B D . i N C RT h e last o f t h e c u r r e n t serie t jofi n f o r m a l d a n c e s at t h e S o u th O r a n g ef fementj- - w a s the ev entHutP e n d e r will h a v e their ’ ar nusil re tu rn " a t h o m e ” T h u r s d a y : .ftern x na n d e v e n in g in the par»onai re -O f theT h o s e w h o took p a d w e r e . V e r o h ic aH e r m a n , M a r i a n n e B ic k e r s , D o r o t h ya n d M a r i e . H o l s a g , JE d w in Bilim ire,l eila B e r k e r , B e t ty P itz h e r l ertf; A lihaand. R o t h H a r d y , I u rt o n B o n s ia l e ,G r a c e T a y lo r , F lo r e n c e K e h o e , M5arieH o ls la g ,K ath e r ineRaub,A &n eJTaunlis, V ic to r a n dG e r a r d Bec§ker.GraceR u tter ,FraaicesShroeHer.3 fa jo r ieN ixo n ,Gfertrud HjuskTA m a n d a K r e y , G r a c e W o e bse. 3 arg aret arid M r a B r o w ."W h ytvhen the S p r in gnay. twenty-fiyo'’iD rI v o n x c i I i» r r iu (m K o a th O r a n g e V i lag** W l ieln' Vflllipf1! .; S m it h , forteer c h a i r m a n'.Six 'diaBtricts, w il l 1 iav e tw tv '4r- t 'WkiK ]4 r an g * 'n Reitutotiean Executhe .N o v e m b e r .elections. ,S vetjal11ie;-Coiiirfeittee Ij Taix Asssessor ,A ugu*tt h e disstricts h a v epaeh rn* T«-'j tl alnjrandis; j r . ; W . CH u b e r t M ie y e r7 0 0 registered voters a n d rt 'f r f k n gt n i l i i u m . f o r m e r K xc ise C om m lst h e n u m b e r in e a c h listrict y i!i ;m k K ei(pmeH ' i Williar iFeiiandfo r m e rthew orkof he electionotfU ers’« w n ij.-ftt rney. jS im e o n H : Ro llin so neasier at the asutu n n elec iofj 1h STne dis c.4ors Jjill m eet ip the ! Mae.yiea.r; th a n ,it w a p last .Xotfe n h r .In'losh; » iji ding M o n d a y p i g h t 't o j»e v. »- rpi nim t secretary .fo r the board. H K V . A N DM R S . T H O M VS % .P E N K F K S A T H O M F.andvillag.w e r e only a b o u tM M & A & m T O D o r i y .K X IRev.rjuiet rtiblef m *nj. h Jhaa b een asked: to helt»TheOld Timer Tells New ComerAbout It—Has the Mil lennium Dawned?M r s . .1, rtieitzel of sj«6 R id g ew ojndro a d . M a p l e w o o d , h a s return ed af er lsp e n d in K the w in te r in the south]TheW o m a n 'sf l u b ! will obserjvcNewfersey b a y at tt j m e e t in g n#*t th F rid ay w ith a special ip r o g r a m .j Tht- Mtisiie* S t u d y (jrhib will h {»ld. jits a n n u a l m e e tin g a n d election of . ; ‘officers. M o n d a y . M a y {9. ar the h o m * . * UMen.-*is a ]b:r a n .* h o f tlieJolflce.ProgramM r . a n d M r s . H . F*. a n s a n d M is s jM ild r e d J a n s , of N o rth ; terraot-. h a v ereturned f r o m California.M r . a n d M r s . C . A . G o l d s m it h . iof 1Prospect street, are en tertainin g theirso n . R a l p h G o ld s m it h ! w h o Is ejn- jg a g e d in business in V ir g in ia .H e n r y S a y r e a n d faintly, of P r o s pect street, will r e m .iv i t o m o r r o w jto ,N e w a r k , w h e r e they will m a k e th*ir 1hom e.Chtirefa ij j d e p e n d e n t p o s t otfice estabinChurchEn tertain edih V a r i e d-st O r a n g e H o a r d of [Tradel i f t i n g M o n d a y nifrht iin thepla 1M e m o rial erss-rdp w b es JOOi; h a v e b een sold.Ti* kets v ill .be re a d y in a fe w d a y sa n d c a n bfe- p ro cu red fro m h 'd m u n dtheir p roperty incorJpratei IS o u t h O r a n g e V illa ge a n dirjtitio'] Ij*}! h a v e b eencirculatedreE v e r y vote east c n tain ed lief n? n eC . Stout. 1.06 Sco tland R o a d .Theyt n tly » O w n e r s . o n Hillside terracewill be IXMl; e a c h a n d will reserveo f W il l ia mS, H u nfor i r*sid nt.ii part i:df V alley road, a n d a sectljT h i s is the first tit ie in th hiist.a -jn u » i:: interesting'anden jo yable4 la m )e.; cteijd; ixg over the M ountain o f the 'village that a pr'esiden tit!:! mev e n in giki xg in. a n a r e a that, injcludesK d w a r d M L o o m i s is c h a i r m a n ofinee h a s received .t sis distin c*iitpi"Iffla n y r -fently erected ho uses. T h eth “ con in il tc« whi«rh inr lutl* s 1». W .F o r trustees. C-i ptain I. .n; ib * -ft*j f«-t iti er#» are p la n n in g to ask fheB ig lo w . Jr . receive i 5 2 6 v tvij.ridR ic h a r d s .SpencerMiller,A! ’*l K isI Itu fe to a n n e x their propertyC la r e n c e 11. A l e x a n let* a n d l.-.o,iiL- Fl a c h i C- A . jA'rawCord. V o r k e Allen,ti th.B i rd e a c h -.525. ’ L . : I I .1 ffttjrtiral Jr. C. HA le x a n d e r .; T h evotebyd istr ic ts\m x aj 'oJ C d n t u m i ’ Stout. M . A Fitaisjmmons.Ium s:C . H . .Je\k-4t*.l S T R I C T ,M u s i c rati p o p u l a r s e n g s w ill h e a1st 2n I 3rd-:4t j s[h iitbfeature fath*.- eve.nlnp a n d prorain-I i»YP r e s id e n tR e ti r in g V illa g et o Bei H o n o r e d b y M e nS o u th O r a n g eT h e m t n of! the. village will give ad in n e r to iur retiring president, M r DuffieldtnC o lu m b iaEdward1School. a i r: 3U P . M . T h u r s d a y . M a y - mtinned tob r o u g h t o ut a b o u tthe voters.T h isregistered voters,b y 53 6. or a triflep er cent.o o m part m ent sCenterewood Men’snnual D innerq u e t fo rD. Duffieldhast h e StateT h e cost of e d u c a t in gea c h pup i I iss a b o u t 7 0 a year.A b o u t ; i4,CO0 is p aid fo r tuition b yp up ils ou tslt e of the sc ho ol district.Arising 'ot« o f t h a n k s w a s g i v e n tothe s p ea cerfi b ythe w o m e nwhoattended.D IS T R IC T 1 S u p e r i n t e n d e n tT O Pi .E A C H I N M . E . C H U R C HT h e R v. F r e d C la re B a l d w i n . D .D . , the di itrjet S u p e n in t e n d e n t o f theM ethod iste p is c o p a lChurch.w inp r e a c h iz th e S o u t h O r a n g e M . E .C h u r c h S m d & y n ight.I A N C IN G P U P I L S ’j Rn t e r t a in m e n tM lsfli G e r t r u d e L . J a m e s a n d M is siTaom i W a t t s will give a n en tertain m e n t for their p up ils t o m o r r o w after n o o n at 2 : 3 0 o’clock in t h e M a p l e woodP u blicS ch o o lK in d e r g a r t e nroomw o u l d h a v e tho u ght so if v yn h:i ll»e*-n a votvr tr« those d a y sTherww a s t »i*- Peoples* a n d t'itizens* par«j»-s both rivali4ng--to k e e p d o w n thf*t:»xes. a n dI w t v e 'a nideal fo rm dftow n governm entJus* ! t s o m eni*-m».*T of t he 1Jo a: d of T ru stees i p troduci- a f-w «ity frills in the p r o gramA n d the fur w o u l d begin toby« »m- w o u ld h a w th o u g h t f r o mtht- bitter r e m a r k s m a 'lp i egcardintrs o m e »»f the c an did ates, that the vfl[liise w a s g o in g rapidl to the dog*.'*!" W h a t w e r e the controversifies all!ab o u t'?‘-1. in qu ired N e w C o m e r .1" 'W h sth«*fcwauU jesew-erajge,

IT o u r i n g f r o m a ll p o i n t sD a y o r N ig h tP h o n e So uth O r a n g e 1 8 8AdviceT h e little felllow v4sb;9*'ts u p a howil w h e n hf? o nly t h in k so v e oithat s o m e t h in g isif ljjilut tofr o msom egrrowaf people.h im .Forout o f towrj simply* because theyd u not h a v ) w h a tisn't so differentin slan ce, thio&e w h oth in kbuytha.t local storesw a n t — these fo lks a r e very m u c hlike h i mGeorge G. Salmon Co.SOUTHTEL. 515SO U T HORANGE, NJ.It Isn't fair tu ,4 :t t‘ y o u r local m vrchanifa o f jnot. havin *?uptofa irtothemtheyQRANGEdodater morh aV r. ortt# lt it y o u o nly t h in kit.' N e it h e r is itA g e n t s for Carter Oil Proof PlugsrflSrself for y o u to r o e W e w h e r e w h e npget w h a t y o u w a n t .A g e n t s for F o r d S c a n d i n a v i a n TransmissionM a k e it a habit tq gi&to y ou r local d ealer first.WhenBandsh find« th a t y ou afei g*HOP to give h i m a c h a n c e , h e ’ll mak ev ery *»fTort to haye the iroods y o uB R A N C H O F 1 9 M A I N ST.O R A N G E , N . J.like.A g e n t s for S h e b l e r Carbureators„ srLiberty Fruit&Vegetable Market113 SO. O R AN G E A V E . SOUTH O R A N G E, N j .A Fine Assortment of Fancy Fruit & VegetablesGeneral Carting & TruckingA lw a y s O n H a n dBEST Q U A L IT YLOWESTC A L IF O R N IAD R YP R IC ESC e lla r sF R U ITE x c a v a t e d.G e n e r a lG r a d i n gFQ tST - a4*i J O I i B I X , A S P K C L A L T VE D W A R D J . UE V W O N DJOHN AW A LSHT el. S . O . I I 1 5 W .1 . S . O . 3 *- p fL e a M o n d ’s E x p r e s s C o .W e l l RottedOffice andijlffltfence P h o n e S o . O r a n g e 8 1 8 .BETIS O U T H O R A N G E , iN*. J.VALLET STREETjtflce: V a l l Vpireet a n d O a k v ie w A v p n u e , M a p l e w o o dleerfully f ii (i hed a n d p r o m p t a n d p erso n al attention givensciaJJy In tjKJiUllage, T o w n s h i p a n d Vicinity.H o r s e or C o w M a n u r e for SaleJO R D A N M O R G A NE S T A B L I S H E D 1SSSFreight, Baggage and Express to All PartsM O V IN G ,P A C K I N Ga n dfS H IP P IN GTRt C K M E N A N D F O R W A R D E R SS O U " ’H O R A N G E . A N D M A P L E W O O D . N. J.HOUSEHOLDG Q O D SB O U G H TA N DS O L DTele hjbne S u t h O r a n g e 1 5 9 4W o r k Called For andtiveredOppositemtJAMESI-ackawanna Saitk)ii&SONW a ll Paper F nm ished and H u n gT elep h o n e 556SOOTHWILLIAM SCHERERLADIES TA ILO R & FURRIERAlso Cleaning and DyeingJust Say South Orange] r and Interior Fainting sn d DecoratingSTR EET.B i0 l e g a t i o n Project.j fn fhe states'of Wskshlngton there isUo-deirwa y a jgigantte Irrigation proj H e r insistence That jPet P a S h o u ldect w h ic h is u n p rec eden ted .It Ss d eBe S a v e d Giave F e llo *tpen fslKTiejl to serve 1,75*3,000 acres withgers T i m e tio Real20 .0 0 0 seem , d-feet of w a t e r *r an out lay of nO.«H#i.OOO.T h a t In wliat liasKittyBarrett.eight jsfhfys -e:d.share*} heroic hPnor with Mt jsarrot been d ne H y jih e C o lu m b ia asiir su r veycomtnl sjjonwitha state ipproIo a tale of fire at «jea tol*-jbi‘jismswen-i IRVrs lan ding frotn tpeCar- I pr las: Ion o f 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 . In fact, tiicj proj ectisunprecedentedasa w h o le ast«sru «t H a v a n a *u ta. 'T h e little gokiwi-fiaired pull; wl.o is j a!s«i an- s »*rfe o f Its elern mtsf c o m a d a u d it er of EtlwfartijB:»rrett, p ared w fib irfizrntian w o r k s Terejroforeexecuted. vi hil«» io point of cost an da i»e\. spa per publisller bf Biri nuham . jAla., refused to ennfcr jst1 Until I genera! m a g n it u d e it is sect n d jto butfew public vjorfc projects tithejr car she ha jj! brought hejr krr#ii jlptwn j her P h o n e 813-JT h e daily castater thm, a n d her!Idem anti j ried out or jplanned,that the bird b e re ruep eifjn *d som e J paclty o f the m a in canal anidl otherefenduitsIsI. rii H.tjx n,titM»thlnc ap p r o a ch in g a panid fcrriong the j trunk-linecubic feet, or V2.275,OtXUX O gallons,passen gers r,nd Ravi* the slip's crew a 1w h ic h is twenty-five tim es the; carry c han ce to extinguish thi Sitines anding capacity jof the Catskfl! aq Oed uct.sa ve the steam er.!W h i l e steam in g along ihe roast ofW o m a n H a s D o n e G o od W o r k .P a n a m a o ne nightj tlie Ca rkgo w a sMtits G ert ru d e Bell, the com piler Ofset on lire by . an ioyerh atcd root or.theinnerhistory o f M e s o p o t a m ia ,T h e blaze se e m e d t i tjhrea en the safe w h ic h h a s bf*en issued b y h e Britishty of those on hoard. ar i an alarmg ov ern m ent jin the fo rm of a w hitew a s so u nd ed .T h e pas.*4 o;i;ers gath p aper. Is reg ard ed a s o n e o( the great ered on d eck a n d wei*e rejidy to enterest sufhorttijes on the KastS h e hasthe boats, w h e n Slips Kitt discovereda n u n u su al jkno w ledge o fh e jpeople,s h e h a d left her parrotin hercustoms,languageandpoliticalhis stateroom.tory o f Sy ria, A s ia M in o r a n d A ra b ia ,Sluft refused to e t ;r ti e boat untila n d d ur in g jthe w a r w a a attached toCapti G e o r g e A . McRJride jam I for thethe British secret service.A t timesbird.F rig hten ed j nhen and w o m enp a u s e d to lau gh at jthe ;calm ness -of s h e v an ished for m o n th s Into the d e sert. a n d b e c a m e k n o w n a s the “ M y s the child a n d h e r ; concern over thetery W o m a n o f the W a r . " j]safety o f her pet. lind whfen the stew ard b rought the pajrrfat tq tii* deck, healso a n n o u n c e d the fir hadbeenG lo v es From Interior of W h a l e s .b ro ught u n d e r control by the chief en Soft, pliable “ k i d ," that Is as stronggineer.a n d d u r ab le as its g e n u in e prototype, State your desire; and let us fillfro mthe Intestines of the jw h a l e ;thick sole leather o f excellent quality that vacancy for you, with ourfro m the lining o f the w h a l e ’s jtnonth: competent line of help.five or tnfrre h u g e split stdes oif toughleather fi-om the skin of the jbeluga,the c o m m o n dolphin o f the north P a South Orangecific-— these a r e only a f e w of the m a n y 1 0 9 Valley St.revolutionary p ro ducts obtain ed fromaq uatic leather. Ih e m anu f»rjin re ofw h ic h hap b e c o m e o n e o f the n e w Im portant ! industriesofthePacificN o rth w est, isays P o p u lar M ec h an ics .O RAJS’ a a1164!CAMERA SHOWS UP DEFECTSr H IN GFORT H ED IN N E RT A B L EA TN. S M IT H C O . G R O C E R YIr&ngo A v e n u e .Tel. Soouth O r a n g e 178- 17*p a y yo u to purchase Groceries, Frulta a n d Vegetablesything ia n e w . freic a n d tlie H I G H E S T Q U A J L I T T . a n *pea & !; w h i c h t i i e y Jare so ld s h o u l da p p e a l to all thriftyCity Shore AgencySOUHTO R A N G E , N . J.GENERAL HOUSE CLEANINGIncludingRug*Cellar’s White WashedRussell Evans1 2 W e s t South Orang e A v e .SO UTHO RA N G E, N. J.R EYN OLDSleal Ijousewl ea-3, P R O M P T D E L I V E R Y A N DC L E A N SKRVTCHS' you are satisfied, tell others— If not, tstl us.If you talk ia year sleep, please mentionm y nam e, ;G E O R G E H i M O S E L E YC a s h paid foi* SecondHband: Clothing iand. a i kin i of Hou eholt Goods- j; -1 0 Wetfc-South Orange Avenue,Sou' h1Orange, N . J.P I A N O n rST R T JC T I0HK is s K a r e a r e t W e b b . Assistant6 6 E i e e s Place,Sonth O r a nTelephone 437-M. 8- O .X . L. P A L M E RT E Rno.A N DB U I L D E R jSOUTH OSANOM, V.N u r s in g a G rievance.-A n u m b e r of m a g a z in e editors hadholiday b a n q u e t ."**1 d o n ’t ; su pp o se there w e r e anycontributors present to spoil the pleas ure o f the e v e n in g ?”“ N o n e w k s s u p p o se d to b e present,but the h e h d w aiter w a s a bit offish,hav in g d o n e somiething in the w a y ofverse a n d h a d it rejected.” — B ir m in g ham A g e B e r a i d .aD o m estic Colloquy.“ W e can't afford to live in this ex pensive fiat.”“ Well, what are w e going to do? W ecan’t afford to hire a moving van,either.”BOARD BY W E E K ; ALSO Sp e cial S u n d a y Dinn ers, 1 P . M . T r a n sients accom m odated;fine cusine.1 51 Scotland R o a d , South O r a n g e .Tel. S. 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