OCR Interpretation


The Port Jervis union. (Port Jervis, Orange County, N.Y.) 1888-1924, November 04, 1924, Image 6

Image and text provided by New York State Library

Persistent link: http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn91066174/1924-11-04/ed-1/seq-6/


Thumbnail for 6
i3tise M a ry DeLaney, of: WasJiingr ton avenue, left on Tt’ain 30 this m o rhing.' This evefting she will he th e guest o f the 'Wonten’s pem o c ratie ciuib,, W ashington Heights, Hew T o f k City. “M rs, John C. sm ith, of W h ite Mills, has returned to h e r hom e o,f- ih e t t t f l n ir t m i a :iw |l i %<5r 4ri-ltuw a n d d a u g h t e r , te r : i) Mrs. Ilred JIlcHs, of W e st EUd, i ^ 1 Mifs. ®. A. P a teer ,of Mlataniaras, left town today for a brief visit w ith relatives in [^th. Miss M a ry McAndrew,, o f Fow ler ] street, retu r n e d hom e today after* spending a few days With relsxtives iw . Ei; P ^ ' ^ P w f a d e jBriiigsldtit Fine Menageriej f fCoatlvped from IPagc One.) . friends ip , ( folks. L ittle ^E-Iiairriso] ST. E ; Castdrlin, of 5%) W e st 1 M u rray, *di*e*Ked a s Rec rvs v».v» T%r v r j i /an ...Y. .i*.... ST E A M O R H O T W A T E R T ; PIP E L E S S O R W A R M I a IR FU R N A C E S . Estimates Given S. G. McDonald PHONE SIS [I67 WestMain St. A il M a k e s M a c h in e s R e p a i r e d H e m s titch in g SIN G E R SEW IN G M ACHINE CO . 1 7 7 P i k e - s t. T e l 7 1 3 i •business. Wade puley, of and Lucy R e d C ross n u rses, given the couple car- in to j vying d, stretcher, ijroperly labeled, . - I was?’also . v e ry noticeable. M any oi Cornell U n lv4r|ity ! t h e children 'h a d decorated th e ir dol' : perhaps M e d ic a r College, New Torlc, Cify, is | carriages' to carry.the'ii'cat® o r d o g s o r visiting his parents, Mr. and 'Mr,s, | dolLs, and m u ch Ingenuity wa^ dis- John Duley, of this city. O B IT U A R IE S .■fcicdb .T. Jcssburger s ; ' dolLs, an d m u ch Ingenuity played'' b y ib e owners., 'T h e judges weve. s o rry th e r e w e re nt»t a hundred m o re/ prize® to b ^ given to clvildren who had entries th a t deserved some recbgniti'on.-. ; — -------- . ; s , I The pam d e was s iich a .sucee.ss th a t j Jac o b J . Jessbxirger died iSuhday j t h e oH y shanil(h ai‘ra n g o fo r o n e e v e r y a t h i s hptite' i n o t l s ^ 'l l l e a f t e r a n jll- I y e a r to b r i n g oiit th e c h i l d r e n and n e s s o f 11 m o n t h s . M r.. J e s s b u r g e r j t h e i r p ^ tsy - - i, . ■ . w a s b o r n iin ; H e ty YQi^t* c l |^ ' P e t o b e r j The* tprlzes aw a r d e d a s fol 17, Igt&'ii, .the son o f iBecilus^.Tessburg- low s ; \ I >i i ' . *■ . . . . . . . -------- On J u ly .15, j * . / ' n ; | l F ^ .. ....... ---------------------------* aip^d ^ a d 9 M cA n d rew ', I OldestT^William King, horsi 1 Y oungest— B^od Pegm a n ,' , RADIO I thinking of buying D o you own a set? I T h e m o st com p lete line of apparatus in Port .Torvis. S3.5 • a n d np fo r a com p lete outfit. A lso all standard accessories A an d B b a tteries, H o rns, Phoiies. Tubes, Aerial Equip­ m ent, 'etc., etc., etc. T h e b e s t accessories a t the I l o w e s t .prices. ! DOWALD S. HARING XGS P itte S tr e e t Oppo.^Ite Orange Square dhurch in^Eabytoj . _ B e s id e s lii.s wijip, s u r v i v i n g 'a r e fo u r d a u g h tersT M rs, ;.Stanley I'E*.' Mitch^*!!, o f P o rt* Jei-vis; M r s . Ja m e s 'C l e a r y , o f M iddletow n , -a/ncl M a r y A g n e s , an d K a th e r i n e •ISabell, a t h o m e ; also tw o sons, Jo h n Jo s e p h an d ‘W illiam F r a n ­ cis, of O tisville. ' • ‘ • ' T h e fu n e r a l w i l l be h e l d W e d n e s ­ d a y m o r n i n g ’ a t th e H o l y H a m e C h u r c h in O tisville a t '10 o’cloek,, 'a f ­ ter w h i c h in t e i m e n t w ill follow in (Holy N a m e cem e tery , , ' , AT t h e h e w FAIiACE TH E A T R E •• .ihvfee 1t.it- “Hlack Oxen” a t Hew P a lace “ B l a c k , O x e n ” , G e r t r u d e A t h e r ­ to n ’s g r e a t sto ry , h a s been film e d an d w ill be .shov/n a t th e H e w P a l a e s T h e a t r e on .W e d n e s d a y a n d T h u r s ­ day. C o r in n e G riffith is th e s t a r an d th e prod,uction p r o m i s e s t o he one of th e g r e a t e s t a t t r a c t i o n s of t h e y e a r a t thi.s th e a t r e . T h e y claim a W a li S tre e t m a n w h o ■ • 'm illio h lo s t' It, b u t it isn ’t th e caistom, a l u a b E i J u n f o f ' M ark Allison, bn. Si- chicken j Live-lies i M o s t Coming from, greato-'it dlstancO— H a rold Kronlc, alligators. Cleverest (tricks, .etc.)— l<h Kalm- bach and L.-Topper, dogs: ‘ . . Longe.st h a i r — H e le n l<'etz. S p itz dog. ILongest dars-r-Edw ard ■ Edward®, hound. , Moist G-en.tle-^G-ifbeih . RuSsell, lady M ^ t distingui.shed looking—‘Hora­ tio ILabar, dog. . - _ 'Fattest— Clm-rfes Cox. goat. Thinnest-^Em ogenfe Driller, pony. (Hoisdest — MBlhelmina Middaugh, parrot. Q u ietest— -Shirley E d w a r d s , tu r t l e . Swiftest—'A rthur Stone, crow. Most contrary—Alfred McEh'oy, calf. P r e ttiest—Em m a H arrington, B r a ­ zilian parrakeet. Bolls Larg*;e.st—^Neya Ham omnd. em a llest—'Mary -Cahill. P i ’b ttiest-’-^ J a n e t G r e e n . Anuahelle lia n C a r r o ll , “i'attest—attest- 'Do ro tb; F Thrimesfc.^1 liorotby .Rothschild. \D o r o liy E ie id e in . iVercst-^Mildred LApp. Sm artest-H E lsia Carlson. M ary C, .‘Patterson, Chi R ichard Bailey, Indian, adeline C o n k lin. C h inese, t icy M-archiio, rag. — T O D A Y - ^ Sebnick DistribntiBg Corporation HonoKihle Mention .‘Patterso n , C hinese doll. m £ S , L u c y M'fi. ......v, ir e t Bell, neatne.'!.\. •cen Ros.s, old fashioned, i pincai*ds ' ’ Most A rtistic—'Harrison an d iLucy M urray, representing two Red Cross layer and Fred St. School. ■ iffy, ;H. Faller, ’d> wounded lads. — -Hildegarde M urray. repr< . n u r s e s c a r r y i n g patiei I i'La rgest—'Kenneth Tha^ , ‘W olfinger, ch; MTTY OOMPSON S ; , 1 1 Adapted from' the famous stage play by Michael Morton T h e P h o t o d r a m a ti c S e n s a tio n o f t h e y e a r . The story deals with the sacrifices a woman v/il! gladly make for those she loves. Mr. Morton has / given a new twist to the subject and one is carried away by his daring originality. T w o R e e l C h r is tie C o m e d y m O l D EV E R Y T H IN G '’ A e s o p 's F ilm F a b l e th e G o o d O ld S o m m e r T i m e \ W a n t ,ni—<W e lls C leary, o r o t h y Lowi? Own; iCountry • “W e Club.’ S h o r test .Sloi “Yote Yes.” Most A p p ropriate—Bennie and Louise Lehn. . Most EducaHonal—Theodore De- .rnond. Most intero.stiing placard—Fred ■Wei.s- F loats sufe I Glen. Young, , , G r a n t Appleyard, R . C o rw in.- • J. G ilbert and—'Ruegger.' H. Cahill and W . Reed, W om en’s H o llar Social The •'Women’s -Guild of Grace Church will hold its Dollar Social oh , T h u rsday evening in the Guild rooms of th e church. Supper will be served a t 6;30, to which th e men of the parish are cordially invited. V N0VEMMR4, 19i4 MA TAW ORAS ■ \ l \ y . M iss pOROTHY SCHAN2/ eorreBpondent.-—PB:ONE JSS-M * : ntgdm -,' M atam o ra® , H o y . 4 — T h e -E p w o rlh Le'ague of, t h e M e th o d ist C h u r c h h e l d a su c c e s s f u l .-busineiss'and .social im eet- .ng M o n d a y evenipig i n th e b a s e m e n t .•>f t h e c h u r c h . T h e r e tvas q u i t e a ;o o d a t t e n d a n e e , b u t it is re q u e s ted h a t m o r e m em b er® com e out. T h e u e e t i n g w a s o.peiied b y Uie singing of a hy m n , follow e d b y th e L o r d ’s P r a y e r . E lsie M a ines a n d M rs. L e w ­ is L u c k o y g a v e a v e r y f i n e a c c o u n t of .he convention a t H a c k e n s a c k , T h e - m e m b e r s p lan n e d a T'liaiilcs- jriving , s o c ial fo r ‘H o v e m b e r 2S. ‘ A jla y w a s also disousspd. to iVe. g iv e n l u r i n g ' the, w i n t e r . B laiu-h’D jh e p a r d resig n e d a® t r e a s u r e r an d diss M a b e l .R o sencranae w a s elected. Ja^lfties wej>e la t e r plasm d. T h e tresiim e n t com m ittee, E lsie M: chalrm U n a g i s t e d by T o a r l iMcgitgO;: .ry, r M a r jo r ie Tinuf-y, tV i l la r J S k i n - j her', E d w a r d .G^ivean® a n d dialpli. <Jor-, y ip serv e d deljeiOus re f r e s h m e n t s .' ‘ ■/ M.r^. Anna, .F e tter, w h o h a s been ill i t 'th e h o m e of h e r d a u g h t e r , l\1r.^. ■Idaihs, is iconvalescjug. R e v . a n d Airs. A; ‘i-j. M u rdock sp e n t j •VEonday in Oti.sville. ' T h e iLadle.s’ A id SOcioiS’ o f E p w o r th . Ohut-ch w ill hold a m e e tin g Vi e d n e s - day aftenm o o n a t th e ho m e of M rs, H e r m a n .Pierce, on AVenue L, a t 2:30 o’clock. ^ . . M r. an d Airs, A. L o rette, of ,P h i l a ­ d e lp h ia, a r e visitin g a t th e ! Afrs. L o r e t te ’s p a r e n ts, M r. an d M rs. C h a i’les A H n e rsm h n .' . , AIlss C h a r l o t t e AVood h a s re t u r n e d I h o m e a f t e r sp e n d i n g th e w e e k - e n d a t j B e a c h L a k e . Airs. Zenlco a n d so n , M ickey, and- M rs. A r t h u r R u lis, of F o r e s t City, wei-e g u e s t s over th e w e e k - e n d a t th e hom e o f M r. a n d A toi •William H e a t­ er on A v e n u e D. E v e r e t t B r i a r d , of Branohvillc-, v.ho h a s been visiting his grandm o ther, M rs. E m m a llriurd, ha.s returned hom e . Air. a n d Alr.s, -jlchu. .Guhiclc, of F o r ­ est G ity, a n d A irs, Atoiw W n Jkvr son, Jo.seph, - of Car|>ondale- sp e n t S u n d a y a t th e hom p o f Mr.s.\ ..,4'olm D a v is on A v e n u e K . ;On ‘I'V’edne.sdy, • H o v e m b e r 5, th e r e will be a S u n d a y .Sebool C o n v e n tion 7,:.'0 a t th e A-fethodts-t C h u r v h in A lilford. T h e follow ing w ill deliver ad d r e s s e s ; A, J. Q u ick, ,Ex)ianfSion of Sun- da.v 'School W o r k T h r o tig h o u t th e .j C o u n ty,. Hev. A. H - A I u rdocK T h e O r g a n izing of th e T e a c h e r s ’ T r a i n in g Chiese.s. Rev, A. liV. A lb r ig h t, T h e E c h o of t h e S t^ te C o n v e n tion. Don’t forget to 'atten d the play. “The Bashful Mr. Bohb.s,\ to be giv,; e.n by the C. E . ^ f Plobe Church T h u rsday evening, at S;J.5. Air.' a n d M rs. F r a n k K e lley, of W e st lEhd, s p e n t S u n d a y a t th e h o m e if M r. a n d M rs. H o w a r d V o llm e r, on D e law a r e D r k 'e , V.M.C.A.GAiS 616 M EIERS ilMPAIGN I Assodation WorkeriiGlo^ Success- M D riye-^lhaiiiM athes Gets Gol4 JValch f I Pme r f I >; ' -At t h e te r m ,l h a t |) h o f 't h ^ . , ^ . AT. C. A . , A lcm b e rship C a m p a i g n ^ 'h ||6 ; 30 p, m . . M o n d a y , , \y h e n ' t h e finfllT m e e tin g -w a s held-^ a in d su p p e r serv e d in th e A s s o c iation B u ilding, .it w a s ‘ h ig h ly g r a ti f y in g t q le a r n t h a t th d '.drive h a d b e e n , h spcuess- by g o ing over the. to p w ith 616 member.®. T h e B lues, T\. S. I P a rks,* le a d e r , r e p o r t e d a to t a l o f 336, and th e Reds, led by F. C, W al- |lace, totalled 280. The high honors of the cam p aign w ent to W illiam Mathe.®, of the Blues, who secured l a t m em bers. H e received from the As-' soeiation (General 'Secretai’y • C. H. T u rner m aking the presentation) the prize of a handsom e gold 21-jev/elled H am ilton w a tch. • . . The reports since Friday showed,| a gain of 124 m em bers by the follow­ ing teams:- - . : - - P E W S E . O. W dliace, Dealder Captain Topper . - . . . . . . 57:1 Captain (Hazeri . .................................... 3 ’ Captain Burleigh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . is H im ter Shot In Leg (Special to The Union.) Monticello, Nov. 4. — Alortim.er Fisher, superintendent of the Iro ­ quois Camp, w a s shot in the leg by a bullet from a high powered ride yesterday while hunting. Another bullet grazed his cartridge belt. He doe.s not know v/ho fired the .shot. Voter Shot in Cldcago 'Chicago, Hov. 4 ^ A n to n R u n z p n - ski w a s .“hot and probably fatally injured today after ho had gone to a polling place to vote'. T h e police began .a search for se^’- earl onen w ithout any information, as to the cause of the shooting. , BLUES T. S. Pai'ks, Leadev Captain 'palm e r Gaptain R u tan Captain. Dailey Rev. Charles Af. Aokernniu said grace a t the. 'supper.'- Several pleas­ ing piano solos Avere. gendered by Theodore Mayfield, who- was th e ac- coinpaniM fOr the popular songs -ren­ dered by th e campaigners. Inform a l remarlvs on th e auc.cess of th.e- cam.- paigti, the purposes and work, of the Association, an d , keen- appreciation of the faithful .Efforts 'in the gaiuin.g of the large ihom'bership w’ere m ade by D irector ^oskett, Rev. C.. AI, Ack­ erm an, A. J, Dinley,. T_ S P a rks, C. H. Tui'nfD W- i , C h a n t and ‘William M athps, :’’\ . ^ Prizes of fountain pen® w e re.aw a rd- ed t o Edw a rd H.ul?e a n d Charles Top.-1 per and a h a n d s o m e , p ipe to L. D- R u tan for being th e , ‘“high mtin” their respective team s on different day4 of, th e caanpaignl. G eneral Secretarj’’ C. . H,. T u rner madfe an. a p ­ peal to th e voters to support theplay- .group.d proposition w h ich w a s sub­ m itted today a t the- general election. Mr. Paries a n d Miv W allace accepted m u tual challenges for the campaign in 1925, A rising vote of th a n k s combined w ith cheers and applause was ex­ tended to t h e Ladies’ A u xiliary for th e fine suppers .so well .served during the week. . The w o rld changes. W h e n a girl quarrels w ith her lover these day® she gets drunk instead -of crying. M OM ’N P O P P o r i Je r v i s D o e s n ’t N e e d T h is BY TA Y L O R M A T IN E E 2 : 3 0 A D M IS S O N 2 5 C E N T S EV E N IN G 8 : 0 0 . J MRs 6 UNN-T he MEMBERS OF THE BNCrtEuOR <b\Q.\Jo CLUB AsLL , MP^RiMELLED AT T he result ; ♦^\Ai6lC^^UD\ H^S 6Mf\)ED FOR ME ^ /KND them WISH To ORDER - ------ , 'i A J A R S t=OR ATl5iAL. S f e t i - m ¥■. a i For SALE Shot Giins Rifles Loaded Shells and Cartridges GUNS AND RIFLES Rented a n d Repaired :' RUTAN AUTO COMPANY 46 Front Street r> TUE SPINSTER OP MESTERDAM m S I COWVPELLEOTb StT BM HER LONELM V PvReS\DE V4\TH N0TUIN6BUT hTABPN I CW FOR COMPMM - TOWkS **eONN*5 IAA61CMUD* »AAV^ESHERSOAtI«ACTWE t t h a t V iH E N S H E B O M « :fe NSTREET CAR -\-tiAEW W E « raSVNGVSAs - LOSS - , DKMS r^LL HA\)E MOU SiP«^ELOR '1\ f SVRLSIOCACV^ U K E ^ P O L U E S C V \C R U S . , W \U c U O U R C A L L m r XTSM\RERS^Vh\-L ^ BE ?^eHEO THE CLUE ROOM. J CORR'UOR'o UHE S^'W>VHES 'NA\T\N6 Y , X q HC)U VitTH PEARCS.ORCHipE f ' ^ AHO tH\FTONH05l|fe^% r M 11 UNION’S CLASSIFIED I S t o l h ANNODIICEMEW TS p p i - e e t j o i m . to haa b e n prepared, ' ; * MOUSE^ ,TQ RBHT—Ihquire FQ R REHT- t ^ S room, house, all im - lunobeon; t FO R B E N T - 96 Jersey , a y e n ■ F u r n ish e d R o o m s . - Supper, price H. r a t O p .inrii A. cuhey, ished- room s rlvate bath, heat; $S .angan, 43 BOSINESS A p O U N C ^ ^ OPLl prlvileeea. i t t price.-Orders deiivei-ed.-—H raV d \ T a R P O F TH A N K S ----------- SifiiljsiH lS COOLIDGEilL DAVIS 3UN 3 u ^ y ? r T S o S l S i T f i s p ! isrmsmem To;day*the children..df .Sulliva'h AVe- TRije:i^NG AND. MdYlNQL:iLocal-or ,ie school are regulaidy yating fo r '- ° ^ f C^Eiivmngei?^ ‘ in a;m ih'iat'ure presi- **^ ^— ^ “ •the; f ir s t tlm o dentin 1 elebtion. ' LastTuesday Pa-in.’ Lain appointed th ree SA girls to act a s 'a 'Regiatration Board. T h e ir office, was in th e cen- ter.-of.the upper hall and here Install­ ed .With their bo’oks, they registered I n e a rly 250 students. Eikch jiooh be­ tw e e n one and ■one-fifteen o’clock, on Tuesday, W ednesday,- F r iday arid Mon?iay, pupils Were ailp'wed to regis­ te r a iid afte r s c h o o l f o r one-half, hour off those daiys the i^egistrars 'Wer^ dn place t n register any who could not ■ihaijage to. g e t to school « a riy $ k > a s to havQ a chkhee to file their-registra- tio.m ■■ '• ■ 1 ' , All.ipupils dit order to vote today had.tp-register ; before l;i5 on Mon­ day, - • ■ • T h e voting; ‘age was fixed a t 8 years or over. All girlS' who d'id not •wish .in' disclose th e ir r e a l age® could siihply s a y “over eight;’’ ' ‘ T h e folio'wlhg pupils- a c ted a.® reg- istrars-TT-Leona .Nicholson, Ann Btew - stn r a n d A u g u sta W inters. . This m o rning .the children voted [ .ail'd th e i r r e p o r ter hastened this story to th e papers so t h a t ' the retu r n s ■might be given out •missal. 4 p ; . ; 4 | _ The abojve ^three -young ladles hisb 'acted as itoll- clerks'' The eeacli’er’s rest room and the . d ressing room off the \4u^to'ri|ihi> werBv.used voting •H yo ; n rTwian -funifTfl'* ipar*!! leaner?' FOR SALE W lice L:,- ' Grpwn | » E SAI.B — -P irttr .„ y c , p « o „ , , d f c booths, f Sis; / c h ild r e n fx*ptti'‘ each )grad.e reported' to the ibailot clerks, ter in house Wso Geneidve Mayer and E. .MaoLaugh- Sparrowbush, lin^^dt t|m 4 # | r votip'g. The up- .............. . voted first and eaGh set of 6 .puphs bagh. \ Wldwin( >tat< -Mrs -sss .oh set;:o f 6 .p u p ils 'se y - ^ L O S T A N D F O U N D n t or Pike^M: ’ down thrbUght th e room s - quietly and. • reported to the. ! lo-wer hall and voting booths in a n ord.erly, silent faslilon. H e re they 'iyere ilooked up - to ’prove' th a t they had registered and -were apt'ually en­ titled to thelrV o te. ' ‘ ' A fter- one hour tw o o ther ballot clerfe w e re appointed . to ta k e th e places of the Misses ‘ M'ayer and Me fLaughlin. They were H e r b e rt'W e s t- and, Dick. Hom b eek. The latter w e re also appointed, to act w ith the thre'e' pnll clerks as counters. A t o’clock, all who were eliiglble •had cast their. votes. The return's Were as follows: . F o r Pihpsiaent an d y i ( » P r e ^ d e n t - GooilidgW 14'1; Dawes, 146. • 'Davis, 3«; Bryan,. iSS. - ■ • L a Fo'lletta- 2 2; - Wheeler^ '19 ,‘ ?.' F o r Governor ,(Jol. R o o s e v e lt, 127; S m ith, 68. eeiehrato, Daffies? Klght. -'Ladies’ , N ight was, observed th e 'Hlks Home- on >ionday night b y the Fbrt'Jervi® Lodge of ®lks w ith.an Election ®ve -dance, which -was- a t ­ tended ■ by 150. couples. Excellent. _ — — ----- — '— -------------------- rendered, by Mrs. Giimaer Benedict and A, -Fi -Young. A Hne 1 luhcheon wf^i* -served b^^ Stew a rds. 'Yogel hn-d Llghtie.' 'Totnight ,qpeu^ house for all

xml | txt