The Swarthmorean, 1962-01 | TriCollege Libraries Digital Collections (2024)

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l . SVlfIrthnoru Collegt' Li brnr~-' AinHMOBE SViEl rtlunore COLLEGE LIRBARY 1'(' • JAN 5 196'),.----..." ... ,., Does Your Dog . Have Its Operotors License? aRTHMOREAN Does Your Dog Have lis OperGtors License7 VOLUME 34 - NUMBER 1 SWARTHMORE, PA., FRIDAY. JANUARY 5.1962 $4.00 PER YEAR THREE STAND FOR LIBRARY BOARD ~~¢Yl:iHl~:I.~~ENT .. ' Jr" Cub Announces COLLEGE AWARDED SHS HOSTS COLtS IN Ph1l1p Price will direct the Sched I For 196' 2 RESEARCH GRANT Swarthmore Players' January U e LEAGUE TILT TONIGHT Swarthmore College has been . production "Ring Round the M "t b t' d ni htl Inf I Bridge Se ~warded a grant from the Nationa 'Three residents have filed for oon 0 e sage g y 4It111il I Science Foundation for research I 'OSE HWTBREAKER the three vacancies on the next week, at thde cTlhu b's I theater conducted by Dr. Solomon E. L Swarthmore Library Board As-· on Fair{iew.roa. e P ay was For January NI·..... Asch, professor of psyC.hology. TO MEDIA 6"-63 sociation which will hold Its written by Jean Anouilh and 11111 '. annual election January 20 and translated by Christopher Fry. The Junior Woman's Club 01 The awar~ of $47,90~ wlll sup- Mterlosinga real heartbreaker 22. Howard H. Williams, refer- A cast of 12 - not counting Swarthmore ushers in the new port contlOued studies on t~e to Media on the Mustang's court ence librarian at the Swarthmore two footmen - will present in year by announcing its schedule role of perc~ptual conditions 10 last Tuesday evening 67-63, College Library, and Mrs, David three acts the events that take of coming events. Club activities ~uman lear~ng and mem,:,ry and theSwarthmoreHigh School court M. Field seek reelection; Mrs. place "in. a Winter Garden in from now until May promise to be lS for a penod of approxlmately five is expected to bounce back C. D. Schloesser, Jr., a former Spring, somewhere in France, both interesting and entertaining three years. strongly tonight when it meets director, stands for election sometime," under the club's vice president . a tall and aggressive Colling-after four years of( the board. Assistant directors are Andre and prog~am chairman, Mrs. Rod- Presbylerl'an Women dale team at home, Yea~li!lg D. Mace Gowing did not stand PollOCk and Christa Price. neYG. Mlller. coacbJimStanfield, who exhiblts for reelection. Technical director is Frank On January 9 at 8 p.m., an in- "" quite a bit of psychological The voting will take place Starrett formal bridge evening is sched- To Hear Eh Wismer razzle-dazzle along the bench, during library hours on Saturday,. Performances begin at 8:20 uled. This was a great success is expected to start Ed Messick, January 20, and on Monday, p,m. and are open to members last year and has been re-sched- 'New Look in Church sharp sbooter Ron Parker, 84" January 22, until 8 p.m. when and their guests. uled, due to popular request. Harold Heckman, 5'11" Phil the polls will close and the Travel enthusiasts .are looking M b h' r· T' Harmon, and 6'2" Don Toland. annualmeetingof the SWarthmore forward with hearty anticipation' em ers IP IS OPIC The locals will be facing the Public Library Association will George' W,"lloughby to the American Airlines travel- The Women's Association of tallest team thus far this current begin. All residents of the ague which will be presented by the Swarthmore Presbyterian season and must go all out if it borough are welcome to attend. Calvin Johnson on January 23. Church will have as their speak- expccts to settle for even a good H. Lindley Peel is presilient AI Fr,"ends Forum "DO-it-yourselfers" shouldeil- er Wednesday the Reverend Eli showing. of the association. joy "the February 6 workshop, the F: Wismer, Westminster avenue, Rebounds and losses of the C • t' Ob' t T theme of which will be furniture who will speak on "The New ball were basically the key to onsclen IOUS Jec: or 0 refinishing. On February 20, The Look in Church Membership!' the Little Garnet's defeat by CLUBWOMEN TO HEAR Sp ea k 0n Sec'utny Bell Telephone Company will Mr. Wismer is the associate Media on Tuesday. Despite a present a lecture, "Search for secretary of the Office of study close score, the Swarthmore team' PROGRAM ON CEYLON The first in the January Sun- Beauty." The speaker will give and Research for 'the Board of was never 'able to take the lead At the stated me'eting and tea day morning Adult Forum series a panoramic view of feminine Christian Education of the unit- after a 17-15 first period score. in the lo'riends Meeting House beauty ~hrough the .ages with an ed Presbyterian Church In the The ~not was tied at 33-all at ~:n-:;:~sl~~;'~~ ;e:;~~/~~n~ will bring George Willoughby who emphasls on fashion t~ends over U.S.A. In this dffice Mr. Wismer half time, but during th.e final will speak on the topic "Secur~ the ye~rs. The talk will be ac- Is concerned with the develop- half, Media was able to only ~~.\~~~;~u::e as~~o!~~~ d~~.;r:; ity", under the general theme for compamed by colored slides and ment of resources for the staff's temporarily run its advantage to and illustrate with colored slides the month "The Peace Race." unusual displays. study and research phases, of 10 paints, The fighting and "Ceylon, Yesterday and Today." He. is a gmduate of the uriIver- Mar.ch6~~ deSignated as "Tal- the work of the board. / aggressive locals continued to Her pictures will show the sity of Iowa with a Ph.D. in pol. ent Nlght. Members are encour- Formerly, Mr. Wismer was as- cut the lead, but were nev.er able itical science, is married and age.d to bring v. arious handicraft sociation .secretary, Department to come closer than 4' POlOtS as cshoruinnetsr, ya'sn d srcueinneedty ,c ittieems,p laensd, has four children. As a member proJec t son wh lC h the y are-:"or k- of youth Program, and more re- t he game en d ed. will include scenes from the of the SOCiety of Friends he is l~g, and demonstrations wlll be cently, dire.ctor of the Office of It was felt by all that al.though 2000-year-old Perabera or Pro- active in many Friends concerns. glven. Family Education Research. Mr. the Little Garnet was flghtlng cession of the Sacred Tooth of Mr. Willoughby has been ex- On SaturdaY,March 24.at 2p.m. Wismer accompanied a group of ~or a losing cause, it bad played Buddha. ecutive secretary for the Central at tbe SWarthmore High School young married Presbyterians on Its best game to dat~. Tom Committee for Conscientious Ob- Auditorium, the Juniors spons?r a five-week study tour of the DeLappe an.d Steve Belk were College' M'usl'cal Groups jectors since February, 1956; lS the Mae Desmond Chi~~ren s British Isles in 1954; He led a higb. men wlth 14' points each, chalrman of the executive com. Theatre presentation of Huck similar group in 1955 to Cuba Terry Innis, playing better than T'o Gl've Phl·la. Concert mittee of the Committee for Non- Finn and the. River Plrates_" visiting Presbyterian Nationai he has.,in ",eeks, scored 13, . violent Action, and was a mem- This is the club's largest money· Mission Stations 'and colleges while Bob Bennett scored 12 The Swarthmore College Chorus ber of the crew of tbe Golden raising event. All proceeds will in the Southern United States. timely counters and rebounded andor~hestra, with guest artists, Rule, protesting nuclear testing lie allocated to the Child Guid- He has since aided in arranging strongly. Roger and Mal Anthony will. glve a concert on Sunday in the Pacific in 1958. ance Clinic of Delaware County return visits for Cuban and Brit- both hampered by personal fouls, evemng, . January 14; at 8 p.m. He represented the American and to the Del a ware County ish young people. played key parts in the Little at .the Fir~t Baptist Church ~n Fellowship of Reponclllation at Crippled Child~en Buildi~gFund. In 1952 he was a member of. Garnet's offense and defense. Phlladelph18, The concert .1S the War Resisters International A gay Cass100 P~ty lS p!an- the General Assembly's Social Don Jones, Frank Pierson, Tom free and open to the pubhc. Conference in india December ned for Satu~day evemng, Apnl6, Education and Action Committee Atkins, and Dick Foreman also The program will be directed 1960, spent several w'eeks study- and on Apnl 17, the ed.itor. of writing a portion of the social saw action in the closely can­by peter Gram Swing, ch~rman ing the Gandhian movement in "The ~~iladelphia Inquuer s pronouncement regartlingacadem- tested game. of the department· of mUS1C at India; walked with Vinoba Bhave .Today Ma~azine, Edgar. WH- lC freedom. Next Tuesday the team travels Swarthmore College, and will in his "land-gift" campaign then 11 ams, will glve a talk entitled, Mr. Wismer has held pastorates to meet inexperienced Clifton consist of Marlenlleder~ Opus traveled in Japan. RecentLr he "Some ?f My Best ~rlends Are in several churches in NewHope, Heights, but the small court 22, by Johann~s Brahms; Motet: walked with the San Francisco people. At the bUSllless meet- in Llanerch and the nearby should hamper the locals and _Ave . Mari!l .. Vugo ~erena,. by to Moscow Walk for Peace through ing ,following the_lecture, the Thomps"n Memorial Presbyterian make the contest a hard fought J. osquin des Prez•' Anth.em' G loria Russ ia dan I. IIt a Mo scow ' s Red 1c9lu6b4 5w inlle wb .o nfsf itce.as folr 1l96e2- Cdhurc'h one . 10 excelsis. Sing my soui, to Square, october 1961., . e 1. Mr. Wismer graduated from Ur- In. the preliminary game with God, by Thomas WeeIkes; Mlssa . The drama departn;ent wlil sinus College where he majored Medla Jay-Veps, the Swarthmore Brevis in F major for soloists present. a program on Mcy 6, and in political science and received juniors also lost a tough one chorus and orchestra by J. s: CANTEEN NEWS the ciub y.ear will come to a his A. B. degree. He studied at 48-43. Leftie and 6'4" John Bach. close at the annual banquet on Drew Theological Seminary and O'Neil was high man with 15 The chorus wHI comprise ap; . Th~ Garnet ~anteen will have May 22. later at Princeton' Theological markers, while "Wilt" Patterson proximately 50 members of the lts fllst meet1O~ for ~962 this Seminary, receiving his n.D. de- led the team's offense and de- Swarthmore College chorus, Saturday at 8 0 clock 10 the all LAYTON NAMED ASS'T gree from the latter institution. fense with 11. After falling Guest soloists for the Mass in purpose room of the Rutgers He holds an M. A. degree from behind by as much as 13 points, FwilllncludeEthelwynWhitmore, Avenue School. c:anteen dress COMPTROLLER AT SUN Temple Theological Seminary in the Swarthmore Juniors ralliec soprano of Swarthmore, and Judith standards will be 10 effect, and Joseph R. Layton of Park av- the field of pastoral counseling, inthesecond half.to come within Aitken, alto. from the college. there will be games, danCing, enue. has been named an assist- andpresentlyis aNational Train- 2 points of the home team before The bass soloist will be an· and refreshments for all. . ant comptroller of Sun Oil Com- ing Laboratories Associate in time ran out. nounced. David Spencer of The chaperons this week wlll pany. The appointment, effective Group Development. -------------.------ Swarthmorewlll be concertmaster include Mr. and Mrs. Charles January 1 was announc d b .-----.--- and solo violinist. other in- Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Comptrolle~ Donald P. Jo~es ;; • strumental solOists, all college Clothier. North Swarthmore avenue. Woodcut Pnnts On students, include Heien Kerr, ------ Formerly SUn's refinery ac- ._ oboe; Herbert Taylor and Rose- RETIRES FROM BANK counting manager, Mr. Layton ExhIbIt at College mBary wehrner'i hornds, and Mary Orazio Calvarese, a member of will administer accounting activ- An exhibition of contemporary ooser, arps char. the building service staff at the iUes as they relate to the manu- woodcut prints opens today in Provident Tradesmens Bank and facturing department. Also, he the exhibit gallery of the Arts FRIENDLY OPEN HOUSE Trust Company, SwarthmOrE will retain his responsibilities Center of Swarthmore College. TO MEET JANUARY 8 Office, retired December 31, as comptroller of SunOlin Chem- The prints, which represent a The F i dl 0 H f 1961,"after seven years of de- ical Corporation and AviSun variety of styles and techniques, older Cit: en y ill pen t ous~. or voted service." . Corporation, both Sun affiliates. are the work of six Philadelphia zens w mee on on- Calvarese, a naturalized citizen Mr. Layton joined Sun in 1947. artists: ASSEMBLIES TO MEET The Junior Assemblies will meet Monday in the Worn an's Club. Hosts and hostesses will be: Sixth grade, Mrs. Albert Kitts, Mrs. James L. Jezl; seventh grade, Mr. and Mrs.John Honnold, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Kippax; eighth grade, Mr. and Mrs. William Shu· garts and Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Baskin. ~a:c~~ ~ p.m., at the Presbyter- of the United Seates, was born In 1955, he was named assistant Samuel Maltin, Robert Mc- Mrs r h. . in Teramo, Italy. With his wife, officer manager at the Marcus Govern, Mitzi Melnicoff, Helen TO ADDRESS AFSC of Medi:elen Wolf, a puppeteer Sofronia, Calvarese resides at Hook refinery and later that year Siegal, Simone Titone, and Clalre Colin W, Bell of Park avenue, , will have charge of the 410 3uchanan Avenue, Milmont was appointed to his most recent Van Vleet In addition to the executive secretary of the Amer-program. Park, Pennsylvania. They have post. main exhibit in the gallery, a ican Friends Service Committee, BEREAVED ra.ised two daughters, Vivian A graduate of the University few oflhe prints wlli be included will be one of the speakers at and Clara.' of Penneylvania's Wharton in an historical exhibit which the meetings of the AFSC to be Reavis Cox of lValliut lane ------------- School, he served as an Infantry shows the development of the held January 11 and 12 in Phlla-was called to Austin, Tex., by CUB PACK 301 officer during World War II. woodcut from the 15th century to delphia. The two-day session 'he deathof his mother Mrs. Jack- f 1 the present. This collection, will Include the elections of ~)n B, Cox. He left by plane on Cub pack 301 will meet at The State Director a Pena arranged by the fine arts depart- officers and members of the \\ dnesday morning to attend the Trinity Church, North Chester Inspection wrote the Borough ment, will be hung in the East board of the AFSC and a series f Ubral services. roa d , tonig ht at 7: 3O . that the local jail was in good Managers' Parlor of Parrish. of public reports. condition.

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Page 2 THE SWARTHMOREAN January 5. 1982 ,-- student at the Olckinson Collelg.n de sole ' with a, ar- , of Law, med atternoon ,~i~~n~b; I;Br,Mradb'lea;An~ d M~s.' ~eorge Wills Mr. and Mrs, S, W. Kletzlen No date has been set for fell,in MercyHospltai;] Jr"iare recelving'coo- SouthChesterroad had as guests folds'to form a chapellraln. The young man Is a grandson gratulations' on the birth ota overtheChrlstmas weekend th..... wedding. elbow-length four tiered 1ll,l~Blorrlof, Mr .and Mrs. JosephF. Palmer son, G,e orge Wills Brodhead. m, son Mr. S. Damo!) Kletzien veil was held by Ii crown of I of RldieyTownship. ,Mrs. Palm'er In ~ryn Mawr Hospitsl on Dec-is connected with the Mr. and Mrs. Francis NortOl~1 pearls anti rhinestones. I a member'ofThe Swarthmorean el\lller 28. Corps Office in Washington, D. Cobb of Oklahoma City, Okla, rled a white Bible marked staff. Mrs. Brodhead Is the former C •• 'their son-in-law and da"gh"1 announce the engagement of cascade bouquet of (ea,th"rBlI,1 ---- Miss Karen Elizabeth Hansen, ter Lt, and Mrs. Jon Dolf daughter, Miss Frances carnations, rosebuds and Ivy. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Wood With the baby, she Is spending and their little daughter Cobb, to Mr. Craig Lindiey A sister of the bride, Miss of Flint, Mich., announce several weeks at the Drew av-of Bedford, Mass. Another son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elizabeth E. purnell!~'~ tda~c~t~e~d~~j birth of their first child, a son. enue home of her parents, Mr. Ralph spent IUs holidays ley Peel of North maid of honor, The Donald Disque, on Christmas and Mrs. Albert Hansen. Jr~. be-the College of Wooster, avenue. were the Misses Janet , Day. fore rejoining her husband In 0., with his parents,' , Miss Cobb graduated from of Clifton Heights, sister of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Dl,Sqtleltbeir apartment at Pennsylvania to school on Wednesday. lesley College in gloom, IreneHagy of Cl~::l;~~i~~~:J of Strath Haven avenue are state College Where he is com- Cynthia Topping of Mass .. and Is attending and Ruth Purnell, junior maternal grandparents. The pat- pleting his studies. Princeton avenue returned TheolDgical Seminary in maid. They all wore identical ernal grandparents' are Mr. The baby is also the first Sullins College in Bristol, York City. Mr. Peel dresses, They were of white Mrs. W. D. Wood of Needham grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Brod-this week arter spending from Middlebury College in , cade with bell shaped. skirts Mass. ' head, Sr .. of Maple avenue. holidays with her parents Mr. mont and is a candidate for I red velvet belts. ,Th,elr head-and Mrs. Charles H. Topping. Bachelor of Divinity- degree I dresses were red velvet bows DIC" Gloria Pelrsol of Union Theological Seminary. and veiling and they carried cas- 30 1\ FRANCHE. '1- 'WVISION ' avenue enplaned on A spring wedding is cade bouquets of red and white" YALe AVENUE, MORTON P'''' evening for Michigan State I carnations and pine. TELE ' .... it E st L 'ng M' h d VI,I,IO •• - HOME, Inlf'IUTO ."DIO - PHD ••• vers y, a anSI, IC. Mr. and Mrs, John H. Kenned~ Mr. Theo ore L. Purnell, Jr. Sri • after spending the holidays of Haverford place announce th~ brother of the bride, acted ng It to Us or We'll Collie to You" ' her parents Mr. and Mrs. engagement of their I best man for, Mr. Conrad. KlnglWood'4.1028 A. Peirsol, Jr. Dinner Miss Bunnie R. Kennedy, to I ushers were Messrs. Chiarlesll:;~~~;:;~~;;;;;.;;;;:;;,;;;';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;~ Christmas Day at the Allen H. Beverly, son of Mr. and Mitchell of Baltimore, Md., Mau-I i home included Mr. Peirsol's aunt Mrs. Antlrony Beverly of Drexel rice Arsenault of Boston, MW~S., The Bou' q,uet Mrs. Frank C. Rorer of Hill. Joseph Meredith of Tyrone Hill and his cousin Mr. Both are graduates of West- Paul Wilson of Clifton Heights. J. Donner of Philadelphia. minster College. Miss Kennedy The bride's mother wore Louise Howe, daughter of is a member of Sigma Kappa' moss green silk dress and flow- Joseph S. Howe of and Mr. Beverly of Alpha ered hat with a corsage of roses. avenue, returned Tuesday Sigma phi Fraternity. The groom's mother wore ing by jet from Detroit, Mich. An April wedding is planned. ~ilk printed dress- with a hat of where she spent the New midescent feathers. Her corsage weekend as the guest of FETE BRIDE-TO-BE was of white camellas. Marjorie Hammond. Mrs. George Pomeroy of Hope- A we ddi ng reception was held Mrs. Donald Crosset of well, N. J., entertained at a' I.m me d iate1. ..., ' following the cere-road had as her guests ·uringl i th h the holidays her Son"-in.~-'Ialwsl mhaontkhye r shMorws.e r Daot ntahled hHomI'beb eorfd her moTnhy enbr eiede iusr cha haglrla,d uate and daughters Mr. and S th W South Chester road on Tuesday, war more High School and illiam Brink and daughter f December 26, in honor of M,'ss Bryn Mawr Hospital School aon dN eMwrs . HWaviellnia, mC oWnnhi.t,t aaknedr Janet LynchofDartmouthavenue. Nurs i ng and presently works daughter Debbie and son Dou The marriage of Miss Lynch to Chester Hospital. of Watprford, Conn. Mr. William Brown of Wallingford The bridegroom, a graduate Mrs. Vaughn K. Foster of will take place on January Upper Datby' High School and vard avenue and her sister Western Maryland College is Eleanor Smith of Bradford ESHBAUGH-COWIE teaching 'at Swarthmore iUgh returned to thel'r"homes ~;~;~:l~~~ At a can dl elight service in GSc hootlt thisi by ear and will enter a holiday visit with Mrs. Wallingford Presbyterian Church arre B Ii cal Seminary at son-in-law and daughter , December 21, Miss Northwestern 'University next and Mrs. Henry E. Richter aO(~J(l8D Cowie, daughter of Mr. and year. small son David in New k After a wedding trip to Wil- Conn. Jac B. Cowie of Wslling- liamsburg, Va., the young couiliell ford, WE" united in Marriage to 'd Mr. and Mrs. Albert M W reSI e at 304 Cornell avenue Jr., and fami''' returned' T~~;~~~,~I;~~r. th a-ren Riedel Eshbaugh, son un tilla te August. ~ " late Mr, and Mrs. Walter I to their home on Drew ~;~:~~:IIR~~I E s hb augh of St. Louis, Mo; FriFdo lowing the rehearsal after a visit to Mr. H She had as attendants her sis- BY evening a get-together brother and sister-I'n-Iaw Mr. M'I SS Barbara Cowie as maid, Mwarss. held at the' home of Mr. ,and Mrs. Wilbur Hansen honor, and Elizabeth and ,.. Conrad in Clifton Heights, Waynesboro, Va., and to ~;~~~~l~\~~~:::~C:~o:w ie, her nieces from parents of the groom. and former neighbors in Lynch· city, Ind.. as junior burg, Va. BI RTHS Mrs. Franklin Gillespie Mr. Do?glas B. Cowie, brother Harvard avenue spent the Christ'I,)1 the bnde, was best man and Mr. and Mrs. James M. mas holiday 'with former Swarth- three 'other brothers, Paul, of Sarasota, Fla., announce the BEAUTY SAJ~N e.aIli".14 a. 196.2. 'g~, 9 South ChEster Road Call KIngs'Wo,od 3-04.76 ... ........... ., .... I-awa..n ........ A., ..... .... STATE INSPECTION WEAVERALIGNMENT U.lfAUl RENTALS MOTOR TUNE-UP with ENGINE SCOPE V. E. AT%. Mgr. RUSSELL'S ,SERVICE Opposit. Borough Parking Lot I..... Dlrt.,II., ••• LIfIJ'.ttt , ...... Closed at =I = Stop In and Enjoy Delaware County's Clean and Beautiful MORTOI WASHAIATIC 68 S. Morton Ayenue Morton. Pa. moreans Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Jack B .. Jr., acted as birth of their second daughter SCheu in Old GreenWich, Conn. Ius hers. Jamie Lynn on Thursday, Dec~ Parklng-A.Plenty 8 IIG DaYal ENGAGEMENT reception followed at the ember 28. 1~~~~~~~4~~E~~~~~~~~~~~~ 24 WASHERS Mr. and Mrs. William C.F. zieg.lf'"!i;~ home in Wallingford. Maternal grandmother is Mrs f Th Edwin S. Baker of Sarasota. The' enfus of Dickinson avenue e young couple will be at nounce the engagement of ,I It ~:;;I~~~~:e I' n R u tla n d , Vt., after the paternal grandparents are Mr. and daughter, Miss BarbaraAnn t of the year. :~~. Leroy T. Wolf of Park av-enfus, to Mr. Robert Mr~~~~~~~1 Greer, son of Mr. and Mrs. CONRAD-PURNELL Mr. and Mrs. TheodoreB. Are,helrl Bratton Greer of Media The marriage of Miss of Lester announce the birth Miss Ziegehfus is ~n alurrlnalSulzanne their' first child, a son Theodore oBf Skw arItIh more HI'gh School and Mrs. PTuhrenoedllo, red aLuygnhnte rP ourfn ,," B. Arch e r, Jr., who weighed six uc ne Universl\y. Her fiance of Cornell aVEInue, to Mr. " '. ,-~.---;-, I i.~ .. , an alumnus of Colgate ' W wllllIlun" sHy, attends The Wharton Sch I Mayne Conrad, son of M,~r~i'i iii~~1I1 For IIUIlI.E SUBSCRIPTiOn of the U" 00 rs. Paul Conrad of '" vania DIverSIty of Pennsyl· Heights, took place at a Coli No 'date has been set f th light ceremony on Saturday, IIRS. U.OYD E, '"UFFII". wedding. or e ember 30,at7p.m .. in the Sw;arth. more Methodist Church. Mr, and Mrs. John W. Warnes double ring ceremony was of Woodbrook road announce the formed by the Rev. JohnC. engagement of their daughter and Rev. Albert Froy before Mary Ellen, to Mr. Barry GWI'nn,laltar banked with poinsettias f I greens. son 0 Mr. and Mrs. Albert G Gwinn of Rutgers avenue . The soloist was Mr. John Miss Warnes is a graduate of baker, baritone .from BrlDornalll, Immaculata College and is a who sang the Lord's Prayer member of, the editorial staff of the ceremony. He was a~~~~~; Holiday Magazine. panied by the Methodist ( Mr. Gwinn is a graduate of Organist Mr. Charles Scl'isler. Gettysburg College and is" The bride, given In U1arnl'~p by her father, wore a white Buffet Luncheon Served Daily Both Hot 6 Cold Dishe. $1.25 • BuHet Dinners Thu,rsclc,y 5 to 9. Sunday 3 to $2.75 SET ON CHANGE ADJUST VOLUME­TURN OFF SOUND COME IN AND HAVE A DEMONSTRATION THE MUSIC BOX, INC. 10 Park Avenue XI 3-1460 ~(JIHe 1Itea«4. 1ItMe 1(JuJ, ~ M de ?6wt. Carpet provides warmth, qUiet, a feeling of security and hospitslity. Carpet provides color and softeness, and unifies your decorating. Carpet costs much less than you might expect. Call for free estimate. - Samples displayed in your hOloe. Terms to 36 months. Your present carpet tall en In trade . • 'HE WILD GOOSE tPAUlslm !J- CM.t~~ ,]"iJCI!J' :Jallua'!J 5tr., 1962 Route I, Baltimore Pike " •••w ll larll."I, • c:o .. ,lel. Prl~e 1I0a, •• U"'.'" I •• 100 Park Ave., Swarthmore, Pa. (4 Miles Wast of Madia) Klngswood 3-6000 _ Clearbrook 9 4646 CLOSED ON NONDAYS li· ___ .... ___ .... l! I..-,.;~_ tP"""6~ f~''''''r.•, If,. cRulh 'b• -=_7JlI1 .llL'l'!'!'J' '.:.LL )1.tH ~/'NlO ll K~OWS Carpet _.-D",_--"" .. , ~~~~~~~ January 5, 1962 THE SWARTHMOREAN Page 3 ARTS CENTER OPENS EXHIBITION SUNDAY Ac Arts herst Mass. SEAL CA the Metropolitan Museum of Nancy Gatel'ood,' a student at Professor To Take Trip Mr. and Mrs. Wescott sPEiDdlSyracuse u~vers:tty, Syracuse, 881lZo OF GOAL T C tral A I· part of every year in their 1779 N. Y., returned to school on 7~ 0 n U-la house on Friendship Long Island, Tuesday after spending the The 1961 Christmas Seal cam- ;Ilia , Friendship, Me. It is here that holidays with her parents. paign in Delaware County has Dr. Kenneth S. Rawson, assist-fon exhibition of water colors many, of the drawings in the ex- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Donovan reached approximately 88percent ant professor of zoology at by Rea Redifer, oils by Paul hibition orginated. of Elm avenue entertalned at a its goal Swarthmore College, has been Wescott and drawings by Alison Mr. Redifer of Chadds Ford is family open house on Saturday About $'102,000 had been re- invited to. par.ti~ipate in. ~ two- Farmer Wes,cott wiil open at the a native of South Bend, Ind., evening. ceived as of Thursday according month .sCIenlIflc expedltI~:m to Community Arts CenteronRogers and studied at the John McCrady Dr. and Mrs. J. J. 'pegues Charles E. Acker of Walling- AustralIa. Dr .. Ra~son WIll be Lane in Wsllingford on Sunday Art School in New Orleans. After Parrish road will entertain at ford, chairman of the Christmas ~:me of three SCIentIsts conduct-, January 7, at 3 p, m. his mission with the Air Force buffet supper tomorrow Seal Campaign committee of the lng res~arch on h heat r~gUlatiOn Mr. Wescott of west Chester, was acc!lmplished in 1955 in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Delaware County Tuberculosis mechamsms in t e came. freelance deSigner and calli- came to Chadds Ford and studied T. Davidson, Jr., of Elm avenue and Health Association's board The studies will be concerned grapher, studied at the Chicago with Carolyn Wyeth. His who are moving later this month directors. with the ability of cam.els to Art Institute and the Pe!,nsyl- ings are in many prI'vate collec. to North Chester road. "The campaign is not over" survive under the exceptIOnally . A ad f F' Art ' dry and hot conditions which vama cerny 0 ,me s, tions throughout the area Mrs. William A. Raiman Mr, Acker pointed out. "People winning both the Cresson Euro- his exhibitions include those at Harvard ,avenue spent the Christ- in Delaware County whO have existin Alice Springs, Australia, pean Scholarship and the Toppan the Lord Jim Gallery and at mas holiday visiting with her not yet contributed to the current 'where the temperature during the Landscape .Prize. He has ex- Breck's Mill. son and daughter-in-law Mr. Sesl campaign can research period is expected to, hibited extensively in jurled Tea will be served at the and Mrs. William A. Raiman, Jr .. still do so!' ' average over 100 degrees each shows and in nat.ional' shows January 7 opening from 3-5 p.m~ in Carlisle. Mr. Acker said that in addition day. notably.the Metropolitan Museur:" Members, friends and the'general Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Peters to its x-ray surveys, tuberculin The research problem is a the N~honal Academy, ~noedler public are cordially invited. The North Swarthmore avenue testing, health education and continuation of a study' by Dr. Ame.ncan Gallery, Am~ncan Fed-' exhibition will continue until tained at their annual New Year's patient services, the County As- Knut' Schmidt-Nielsen of Duke eratIOn of Arts TravelIng shows" February 2' Eve Breakfast from 12 midnight sociation has plans for expansion University on the role of the Philadelphia Museum, Pennsyl-' . __ ' to 5 a:m. Their daughter, Janet, in several important areas of temperature regulatory center in vani:!. Academy Oil Biennisls, NEWS NOTES a stildent at Penn State Unlver- heslth protection this year.' the brain. Dr. 'H. T. Hammel of The Academy of Music InvUed sity, had as her guest for several "This work will have to be, the School of Medicine of the Shows, \he Philadelphia Design- Mr. and M!s. Oscar S. Hart of d ays Mr. Dick Cary f~o.m Pocono or postponed, however," Unl·versI·ty of Pennsylvan1' a Is ersShow, .the Corcoran Biennials Lafayette avenue returned home Lake Preserve. Janel returned he pointed out, "if sufficient the third member of the group. and other Museums and .~rt In- on New Year's Day after spend- to college on Tuesday after a contributions are not received Dr. Rawson also hopes to have stitutes throughout the United ing 10 days visiting with their month-longholidBY vacation part to finance it." the opportunity to conduct studies States. son and daughter-in-law Rev. of which she spent at Pocono on the activity rhYthms of m'u- Mr. Wescott has had numerous' Dr. and Mrs. J. Richard Hart and Lak:e Preserve. Larry Jones 'of North swart .. · supials native to the area around One Man Shows and is the reci. four children in Geneva, N. Y. Miss Polly Told returned to more avenue returned to C Alice Springs. He will leave'for pientof many awards, prinCipally Mr. and Mrs, Peter E. Told of ,'Md., on 'New Year's College, Northfield, Minn.. Australia on January 2. the Lambert Purchase Award at Park avenue have as their guest after spending -the holiday Wednesday after spending --- ,---- Pennsylvania Academy, the for a week Mr. Told's cousin with her parents Mr. with his parents Mr. "I saw it in the Swarthmorean" Hanger Fund Purchase Prize, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Van Kirk of and Mrs. Peter E. Told of Park I~~~~~~;;!;:~;:=:;;::;;!:::::;;~~;;;;;~:;;::~~;;;; the Obrig Prize, the Palmer San FranciSCO, Calif. I Marine Award, First Woodmere Bob Wagstaff of Haverford Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Prize and the Second Benjamin place and Burke Jackson Campbell of College avenue re­Altman Prize for Landscape and Vassar avenue, along with Don turned on Tuesday morning after the Marine Prize of the Portland Graef of Emmaus and l?on a two-week visit with their son 'Museum eous of Nyack, N. J., Journeyed and daughter":'in-Iaw Mr. and Mrs. Wescott studied at thp., to Florida !o attend the Mrs. David Campbell in Canoga ArtStudents, League in New York state-G~Orgla Tech gam:. Park, Calif. and the Pennsylvania Academy Dr. an Mrs. J. Albrig t Jones Mrs. Stanley L. MacMillan of of the Fine Arts, winning the of Elm avenue had as gu Vassar avenue spent ,a, few days Lewis Prize for drawing and the overt~eChristmas weekend their visiting with her son and daugh­Cresson E~ropean Scholarship. son-In-law and daughter Mr. ter-in-Iaw Mr. and Mrs. Wayne She has exhibited in many juried and. Mrs. Henry S. Todd, Ill, M.Gerson of West Chester during shows including the Pennsylvania Salisbury, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. the holiday season. Academy of the Fine Arts, The S. Todd, Jr., also of Susan Driehaus returned on philadelphia Art Alliance and to Grinnell College in the National Drawing Biennials. Mr. and Mrs. Lee C. Gatewood h hI' h ' 'She was awarded the jury's Joint of Elm avenue had as their guest , w ere ~ e s a sop ?l!lore, Prize f th b t d for four days during the holidays after spendmg the Chnstmas or e es rawing at the vacation with her parents Mr. Wilmington SOCiety of the Fine Tom Furniss of Hartford, Conn. and Mrs. Iyllliam H. Driehaus of Arts, the Purchase Prize and is whoformerlylivedonElm avlemle·I':.:~a' a life member of the Tom is now a freshman at Am- avenue. ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED Come Early for Best Selection ~ettie~ 9 SOUTH ORANGE ST. MEDIA, PA. LO 6-6225 Open Friday 'til 9 p.m. Fire Company Dues . During the past few days you have received the annual notice of dues of the Swarthmore Fire and Protective Association. The Swarthmore Fire and Protective Association is a volunteer' organization working for the benefit of our community. Support of the Fire Company is an investment in low Fire Insurance rates, It takes the cooperation of the entire community to maintain these low rates. If you do not receive a notice and care to join and contribute, mail your checks to the Swarthmore Fire and Protective Ass' n BOX 261, SWARTHMORE, PA.

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Page 6 ElPEIT HII IEPlIRII. 41 Yeon of &po,; .... wah All M.l .. l. L. PARIEI LO., •• ·a&5I Picture Framing ROGER RUSSELL Photographic Supplies Sl'ATE .. MONROB IITs. MEDIA LOwell 6-2176 OPBN PRIDAY EVENINGS I I ~ Jack Prichard PAl NTI NG INTERIOR & EXTERIOR Free Estimates Klngswood 3-8761 FUEL OIL OIL BURNER SERVICE BUDGET PLAN COAL VAN ALEN BROTHERS, INC. KI 3-4742 or LE 2-2440 Charlotte Brodhead of Ma]plel avenue entertained a few of friends at a slumber party Thursday evening of last week. MaryEl". B •• Uaw FLORIST 7 South ChMla Roaci GENERAL ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE Raymond J. Dawson lOwell 6-4~92 /4693 210 WES} CSTATE ST. ELNWOOD Convalescent Home BalUmore Pike & LID_ An. Bwarillmore Established 193:1 1a1et, _tal Surrouncllnp WIth M-Ho .... NIIIWIq (l ... Klngswood 3-0272 ~ FINE WALLPAPERS ~otchln9 Fabrics " Paints ASAM, SCHUMACHER, IMPERIAL MURALS. SANITAS. PREPASTED DO IT YOURSELF SELECT FOR· PAPeRHANGER We lend .Out Sample Boob PENN WALLPAPER (:0. WJI07 Baltimore Pk., SpringfIeld Open W.d. • f,l. 'til 9 P.M. FREE PARKING KI 4-4100 THE SWARTHMOREAN January 5, 1962 as being less than perfect. I can- Letters To The Editor not Imagine a municipality. any- ----;;==;;;;-=r.;;;:=c--~ . where in which the best quallfieq ESTATE NOTICE Tarhee I Mopsien ioofnlhs ee ixnpdrievsidseuda l bwelroitw- peopI e orf carr'Y1n g out t his most E" stat e of K. athryn Mills deceased ers. All letters to The swarth- precious duty are necessarily late of Borough of Morton, Delaware d th bl f Countx. Pennsylvania. morean must be slgned.Pseu ~ ose capa e 0 securing the . Letters of AdmlnlstratloD C. T. A. 'nyinns maybe used if the writer most votes. on the above estate have been is known to the Editor. Letters I am uninformed as to why' the granted to the undersl~ed who re-dwl! il,lc rbetei opnu obfl itshhee dE dointolyr. at the law for school board elj~ct;iolns I quests all persons ha~v. ing claims In this district reads as l·t does, omra kdee mknaonwdsn tahgea isnasmt et,h ea nde satlalt ep etro- Questipns Logic or how one goes about changing SODS Indebted to the decedent to To the Editor: it. But, since the School Board make payment without delay. to must now replace Mr. Bouda, I James T. Rice, R. D. 2, Downlng-lVith all due respect tn hope they will tal,e adVantage of town, Penna. Or to his' Attorney: Ullman's process of near·'lol~icl their present opportunity for free ~;~sO~~:U:~I~~n~;OO' (which I too would follow choice by appointing the new Media, Penna. happened to be registered school board member on the basis lican, of course) he appears of qualification rather than poli-forget that the electorate Swarthmore was voting not on Peggy Thompson the qualifications of the indivi- 317 N. Chester Rd. dual candidates, but on their political affiliation alone. The School Board - as it has been at some pains to point out from time to time - is above narrow political interpretations of this sort. We rest confidf'nt that they will take their mandates from th8ir own consciences. Cordially. Ruth Edg~r Malone 314 Dartmouth Avenue Questions System To the Editor: A system which places the education of our children in thE hands of people elected solely on a political basis strikes me Party Voters To the Editor: While I too can certainly agree with Lois Peterson's statement I feel Dave Ullman is right in hi~ allegation that our town elected a Republican successor to the School Board. It is on party alone Swarthmore votes, not the candidate, his qualifications not-withstanding. Sincerely, Peggy Dumm 202 Dartmouth Avenue "I saw it in the Swarthmore an" elAS'SIFIED ADS peRSONAL - Furniture Quality work at antiq ues and Klngswood FOR SALE SALE - Round mahogany din-. room table 54 inches diameter two leaves) plus large match~ Asking $100. Chairs Fair condition. KIngs-jobbing" "'ClR. SALE-Household goods, tools, TV, furniture, porch rugs. Klngswood 3-3430. Piano tuning corlnn,on. $15. 3-5155. FOR SALE _ Roofing, spoutlng, table (6 rooms a spec- zK~I;ng~S~w~O:::O~d.::~~ ___ ~_ Foster, GLobe 9-2713. -F: OR SALE - Whew! outside. For the them with food and '1n';_,,1 and a"$1 suet holder at leweIrJ RepaInd Ph. Ja a &all EMILSPlES WAT(!IIM .... RB ..... bofF.C.Bede __ P1De Watch aDd U8 Yale AYe :::locIt Repairs 8warthrnore, p,,: WlUIA. BROOIS ~ and RubbJah Removed ........ MoWed. General HaUiIDI Z3I IIardJDc Aft. MCIIioD, .... .JORNS MANVILLE Roofing • Siding • Insulation • Floor and Ceiling nle. • Wall Pan.llng • Porch Enclolilires • Awnings • Windows • Jalou.i.. • Stucco • Brh:kpolntlng An YOIIr Heme ' .. pr_ ........ Wit" Otte "rna PENNA ROOFING & SmINGf:o. Monoa, Pa. IU 3·8200 Belvedere ConvaleScent Bome 2507 Chestnut St .. Chester TRemont 2-5373 ..... uN ....... ear. A,IId. 6eDlle. CIlJ'GDia COlll •••• eea.. ".Ib. aDd. "OlDeD Bxoeal&.at ....... _ ..... o~ Slu. t.!nM UaDored 8ADIm PIPPIN TURNER. rmplietOr SWEENEY & CLYDE Established 1858 li~~~~~f~l;: ~o~ p~:!!t~I~ Wthearllsi,n·.g Jforrsd .. L4O35w ePlll u6s-h4 55 L 29 East Fifth Street, Chester,P •• TRamont4-6311 SAMua D. CLYDE 1-17-2·1-91.1 J. EDWARD CLYDE SAMua D. CLYDE. JR. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE APPRAISAlS ATTON ROOFING COMPAN'Y Established 1873 ROOFING - SPOUTING GUTTERS - SIDING OUR COMPANY IS BONDED BY JOHNS MANVILLE U.S. GYPSUM RUBEROID - FLlNTKOTE KINGSWOOD 4-0221 FOUND LIP I;~;~~I:' ~ Gilbert's Steam Wall." LO ST - Border Collie, black remove paint over paper: white, six months, vicinity w,,"_, painting. George Glibert, ingford. Children heartbroken. 1~~~~4~-~1~0~8;2'S~E§R~E~M~B~A~, wLOarSdT. L-OwSeinllc e6 -F8r9i0d5a.y . Eleven Years persian female cat. . SLIP COV- color, four white feet. If seen pl"asel in your fabric or from our call Klngswood 4-1665. IR_.?,o,EsUmates are free. n.lIn.,,,! or LUdlow 6-{)734. WANTED - Girl's 26 inch bicycle January birthday. Call Klngs- 4-1335. - High school' graduate tlesires baby·sitting job or work­with food. TRemont 6-9850. , - Woman deSires house­day or week. Call TRemont Iq--IU:" between 5 and 7 P.M. LOST PhotoCI-:aPls;.even old large family on Rutgers avenue OrrIce. KIngswood 3- FOR RENT FOR RENT - Media. Attract! ve ished apartment. new kitchen. All 1It1ll1ti1'" . entrance, excellleegn,~t ~~~la6~~r~;8~ . parking. Phone 1. 1 P.M. FOR RENT-APARTMENT. more. Living room, bedroom. and kitchenette, third floor C('Zcvl and quiet. Utilities Included. G ... a![ei available. Phone between 7 P.M. Klngswood 3-8812. FOR RENT - Garage. For tlon call Klngswood 3-0279 noon or evening. ···---·-.... ·-··-·-···-.. ···-·------~I FOR RENT - Three room apartment, available February Klng,wood 3-5548. ";lid(, ~DMtttJH Roomy 4 bedroom home. living room with stone fireploce, screened porch, dining room,' kitchen_family roam, Two car detached gar,.ftA Beoutiful plantings, $20,500. CUSTOM IISTALLlTIOIS ., . H. D. CHURGH a.ARllYL, SWARTHMORE Klngswood 4-2727 ~~~~~~~ ROOFING Guttars Warm-Air Heating Air Conditioning Sheet Metal Work [8earp .,.,. aid Co. BOX 48 CLobe 9-9358 HOW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HEALS SUNDAY WFIL Radio - 8:45 A.M. Edward 8. ChlpmM ad So. General Contractor BUILDERS 'Si.es 1 free 'atlmate. 1401 Ridley A_ Chester, Pa. , \ Page 7 THE MOREAN ;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;r~p~R~E~SBYTE~R~IAN~M~O~T~E~S~~~:;::::::::::~~lr.====::::::::::::;;- Holy Conununion w1ll be cele- t brated at the 9:15 and 11 a.m. January 5, 1962 THE SWARTIDIOREAN P~BUSHED. E VERY 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. Pelraol 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, 1819. services of worship on Sunday . Church School classes are held at 9:15 .and 11 o'clock. The 10th grade group will meet for breakfast and discussion at 10:30. The Couples Club will meet Monday evening at 6 :30 for sup­per and a film program. The Fin­ance Committee w1ll meet at7:30 in the Church Office. The Universal Week of Prayer DEADLINE - WEDNESDAY 11 A.M. will be marked by a special ser- Write or poone for information about modern facilities of WEST LAUREL HILL ~ 215 Belmont Av •. , 8a1~iPa. MOhawk 4-1591· BDIK lEA aad TUUGS MORROW'S CRACKER BARREL . 17 South Chester Road Swarthmore "vi"P of prayer· on Tuesday at-l0 !Q.!~J~~~.!:F2R1!:!!D~A~;yS~J~AN~U~A~R~Y:.!!.l~L _ _.J o'clock. The service will be )~:jr~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i--- They will present a one act play, by Mrs. Paul MUler, I.i METHODI~T NOTES "Search My Heart", by Dorothy resbyterlal chairman of Mr. Kulp will give the ~~'rsv~.~~:I;~~;~~e~ Daily. The cast features Spiritual Life Program. The ser-at the 8:30 and 11 a.m. S Mason, Carol Meek, Wayne vice will replace the regular of Morning Worship on Conner, Chuck Soule and Hobby weekly morning prayers which Family Prayer Sunday: His fltein. Kay Stevens will direct ordinarily take place at 9 o'clock. ject will be "As For Me and the play. The Missions and Benevol- House". Sunday School will The Friendly Open House for ences Committee will meet at 9:45 a.m. older citizens will meet Monday 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Church The program at the at 2 p.m. at the Presbyterian office. The Board of Deacons Fellowship Supper meeting Church. will meet at 8 p.m. in the lVo-day~ at 5:30 at the parsonage The Commission on Education men's Association Room. be Part III, "Convenant for will meet in the church on Tues- Holy Communion will be ce.Le-1 Creation", a Bible study film. day at 8 p.m. brated at J a.m. Wednesday and The Senior HighYouth Wednesday, the W.S.C.S. will at 10 a.m. on Thursday. ship will meet at 7:30 p.m. meet at the Ingleneuk at 11:45 The Women's Association board conduct the School of a.m. for lunch. Those meeting will be held at 9:30 a.m. to attend are asked to KI 3- on Wednesday. The worship.ser-ctNTRAL .. CITYLOCATION is convenient for all-urbanites and suburbonites ••• and we offer our own ample free pClrking. • "t:lE OLlV~R H. lAIR CO. Dlalnoa 0' PUN_ 1820 CHESTNUT STRIIT euYIIlL IAII, _or ~ 101M!,''' F' rt Telephane LO J-IS.I CHUI\CH SERVICES 1394 for reservations by vice of the association will be 8. The regular monthly meeting held at noon in the sanctulUyl __ ~:::::::::::::::::~~~~L __ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH will be at 1 p.m. in the church. followed by a lun«heon and pro- ~ D.Evor Roberts, Minister Charles TUckwood will speak gram in McCahan Hall. Robert O.Browne,A5Soc.Minlst.'~1 "The Romance of Bible Coins.' . The Business and Professional Minister of Christian Education Wednesday evening at 8 .p.m. Women's Circle supper and meet-I is the regular meeting time for ing will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, January 7 the Commission on Wednesday in McCahan Hall. 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Worship and and Evangelism. The Stated Annual Meetings Holy Communion On Thursday morning, from 10 the members of the congregation 9: 15 A.M.-Church School a.m. til 2:30 p.m., the ladies of and' of the corporation of ~he 9:30·A.M.-Women'sBible the church will be sewing for the church will be held at 7:30 p.m. 10:30 A.M.-10tharade Methodist Hospital. They are Wednesday, January 17. 11:0an0 dA D.Mi.s~cMuossrinoinn g Worship and as k e d t b' d I h d 0 !lng a san wean Holy Communion their portable sewing mac hSi'in rne,s)le-1 LEIPER CHURCH NOTES ----~---.~.-------- 11:00 A.M.-Church School coffee will be provided. The Sacrament of Holy Com- 7:00 P.M.-College Fellowship straight machine sewing is munion will be observed at Morn-that Is required. Those in nee"l ing Worship on Sunday. In&talla- Monday, January 8 of transportation are asked tion and Ordination of newly 6:30 P.M.-couples Club call Mrs. Charles Seymour, KI 3.,.. elected officers will take place Tuesday, January 9 8620. the service. 10:00 A.M.-prayer Service ----.------- The Board of Trustees will Wednesday, January 10 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NOTES meet Tuesday evening a', 8 I H h'ld b I o'clock. , 8:00 A.M.-Ho y Communion ow c 1 ren· can e ear y Following the MorIiing Worship 12 Noon~Women's Luncheon taught to understand and love Service Mr. :Barber will leave for 6:30 P.M.~Buslness Women's God will be brought outat Chicago where he will be attend- S uppe r ian Science church services SUID- i ing the Institute of Industrial Thursday, January 11 day in the Lesson-Sermon Relations, a part of the Board of titled "God". 10:00 A.M.-HOly Communion The welcome given National Missions prOgram. In ~ __ ~-- ______ -'-. ______ 1 his,absence Donald FElhr, a stud- METHODIST CHURCH The Rev. John C. Kulp, Minister James S. Mac Main Mlnisterfor Youth Charles Schisler Minister of Music Sunday, January 7 8:30 A .M.-Mornlng Worship 9:45 A.M.-Sunday School 11:00 A.M.-Morning Worship 7:30 P.M.-Sr. High Fellow Wednesday, January 10 1:00 P .M.-W.S.C.S. Thursday, January 11 10:0n A.M.-Hospital Sewing ------------_.-------- TRINITY CHURCH The Rev. Layton P. Zimmer, Rect"r The Rev. George R. McKelvey, Curate Sunday, January 7 (Epiphany 1), 8:00 A.M.~Holy Communion 9:30 A.M.-Family Morning er and Sermon by Christ Jesus, describaemd.ongl ent at Pennsylvania Military Col­the Gospel of Luke (18), is the Scriptural selections to lege. will conduct the Service on Seminary Sunday, .January 14. read: ---- "And they brought unto him also infants, that he would FRIENDS MEETING NOTES them: but when his The Adult Forums for the saw it, they rebuked them. month of January are under the Jesus called them unto him, and care of the Meeting's PeaceCom-said, Suffer little children mittee. The general theme is come unto me, and forbid "The Peace Race." Forums are not: for of such is the held on each Sunday at 9:45 a.m. of God." in the Meeting House. All are welcome to attend services at 11 a.m. in F Church of Christ, Scientist, Park Avenue. THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS Sunday, January 7 9:45 A.M.-First-day School. 9:45 A.M.-Adult Forum. George Willoughby. 11:00 A.'M.-Meeting for Worship "CHURCH OF THE AIR" BROAPCAST SUNDAY On Sunday morninll from 7: 30 to 8, a Christian Science program will be broadcast by Station WCAU (1210 kc) Philadelphia, in their radio "Church of Alr." The subject cfthe p!()gr:aml is "How Can I He Ip the World Situation?" -------~---- CCDC ELECTS Among the officers and direc­Mrs elected at the Fourth ,,","ua'l Meeting of the Citizens Council Monday, January 8 All-day Sewing For AFSC Wednesday, January 10 1_ __A_l_l -._ d_ay_ _Q_u ·i_ lt_i_ng_ ·F_ o_r_ A ·_ FS_C_ 11: 15 A.M.-Holy Communion ·101 Delaware County were: 1:30 p.M.-Orllan reCital 8:00 P :M.-Evensong and "." ... ~" of Lights. FIRST CHURCH.oF CHRIST SCI ENTIST Park Avenue below Harvard John A. Cushman of Rose Val­ley, second Vice-president; and George Pratt of Benjamin West avenue, and Louis deMoll of Rose Valley, directors. Monday, January 8 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer Tuesday, January 9 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer Wednesday, January 10 7: 00 A.M.-Holy Communion 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer 8: 00 P. M.-Ministry of Healing T~ursday, January 11 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Pray!'r 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer Friday, January 12 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer ---------- Sunday, January 7 11 :00 A.M.-Sunday School 11: 00 A.M.-The Lesson-Sermon f-;~~;;~·~ln~T~h~e~S~w;a~r~th~m;o~r~e~an~1 will be "God". I~ Wednesday evening meeting week. 8 P.M. Reading Room, 409 Dartmouth Avenue, week-days except holidays, 5; Friday evening 7-9. LEIPER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 900 Fairview Road The Rev. James Barber, Mil.isterl Sunday, January 7 9:30 A.M.-Church School 1:00 A.M.-Morning Worshi.., THE SWEET SHOP COLONIAL COURT APTS. (Ned to Post Office) KI 3-4597 • CUT ROYii:IS - PLANTS CORSAGES laml.-~J\aclle Candy Home-Made Valley Nurseries, MIDDLETOWN ROAD, MEDIA Opposite High Meadow (between Dutton Mi II Road· and Knowlton Road) TELEPHONE TREMONT 2-7206 ASK FOR BEN PALMER SHADE TREES DORMANT TRIMMING SPLIT HARDWOOD FIREPLACE WOOD (We Deliver) GROWING WITH GREATER· PHilADELPHIA As new homes, new schools, new businesses, and new industries have come into being, so have new P.E. production and distribution facilities. Right now, we are planning ahead for the years to come. P.E.'s' investment in new equipment and facilities is visible .. vidence of our faith in the future. It is an extra assurance that this area will continue to grow and have plenty of electric power at reasonable rates, whenever and wherever needed. PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC COMPANY AN INVESTOR·OWNEO COMPANY WITH MORE rHAN 100.000 SrOCKHOUJERS

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i ... I. : . .. , Page 8 Social. Security Benefits Mrs. R. Shoemaker Ri verview entertained Are you past retirement age Wednesday at a luncheon and still working? If so, there honor of former Swarthmorean may be some social security Mrs. E. V. Van Kirk. now of benefits due you. Francisco. Calif. On Friday, To get social security benefits· Mrs. Van Kirk will leave to spend every month of the year, you must the weekend with her cousin limit your earnings to 51200 Miss Polly Told in Baltimore, year. Most social security bene- Md. She will be in Washington, ficiaries recognize this rule. D. C .. attending a luncheon sut what happens when you of the Washington, D. C. Unit of ceed 51200? Do you lose all the Women's Overseas Service your checks when you earn League on Saturday, and on Mon-that amount? Not necessarily _ will entraln for Chicago it depends upon the amount the mid-year your earnings. says Herbert IV. Board Meeting of the Gruber, Manager of the Chester League being field there on Jan- Social Security Office. uary 13 and 14 of which she is New rules ha.e been passed Director of the tenth service by Congress effective with 1961. area. This new law recognizes that Mr. and Mrs. Antho"y Fairbanks many people prefer to keep work- and children, Antonica, Michael ing and do not retire until they and Lillian of Yale avenue splmt I are past 65. Under these provi- the Christmas holidays visiting sions. it is now pcssible for with their son-in-law and daugh­person to earn well over 51200 ter Capt. and Mrs. R. IV. Young­during the year gnd still· draw blood and children in Myrtle some of his social security ben- Beach, S. C., and the New Year's efits. When a social weekend with Mrs. Anlonica beneficiary earns over Fairbanks, formerly of Swarth-his total benefits for the year more, in Green Cove Springs, are reduced by $1 for each $2 Fla. Antonica has returned to that he earns from $1200 - West Liberty College in lVest $1700. For every $1 that his Virginia and Michael is back at earnings go above $1700 hi Elizabethtown College in Penn­benefits for the year wiil be sylvania. reduced by $1. Mrs. Walter R. Shoemaker of Gruber suggests persons 65 or Riverview road has had as over. who are still working but visitors her daughter Mrs. Louis earDlng low or modest amounts Flaccus and son Lawrence of visa the social security office Scarsdale, N. Y. for I~formation as to whether Dr. and Mrs. Josepti Storlazzi they will be able to receive some with their daughters Bianca and social security checks for 1961 Nancy of Park avenue returned and following years. A delay home on Tuesday after spending may mean the loss of some the New Year's weekend with m~nthlY, benefits. When you call friends in New York. bnng your W-2 form showing Dr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Morrow :ou.' 19?1 earnings with you. of Rutgers avenue attended the rhe office IS located in the American Philosophical Meet­r'idelity- Chester !3ldg., 5th and ings. Eastern Division, held in Market Streets. Chester. Atlantic City, N. J., last week. THE SWARTHMOREAN Borough of barth.,. Fire Slpals Borough s -2 -S - South of RaIlroad 3 - S - S ..... North of Railroad 3 - 5 - 3 - Business District CoHege 4 - 2 • 4 - Mary Lyon School 4 - S - 4 - Field House, PreP School, Power House 4· 4-4- Campus Other 5 -5-5-0ut of Town 6 - 6 - 6 - General Alarm These. Signals are Subject to Change , 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. - S Blasts 12 Noon Saturday-Siren Fire Call -. Klng.wood 3-4507 Dr. Morrow presid ed at one of -:;:~~;-~:;:----~;;;:;:;;:;;;::;:;::;:;:;:;:;::;;i".;;;;;;;;:; In Forecasting Conference the Sessions. Attends MH Meeting ,"""""""'''"".'''H Thomas B. McCabe of North Dr. and Mrs. Walter N. Moir of Chester road participated yester- South Chester road left Tuesday Elizabeth Anderson of ?ay in the 15th annual Forecast- fora three we.ek auto trip through Mawr avenue, a senior at S~,arth-I 109 Conference of the Philadel- Florida. During their absence more High School, attended 'phia Chamber of Commerce. . Moir's mother Mrs. Frances tenth annual meeting of the MEm-1 Mr. McCabe took part in the Lumsden will remain in their tal Health Association of Soutll-I 'eter E. Told panel discussion on "The Duties 0 mew i t h their dallgh.tersl eastern Pennsylvania held ILL LIlES OF IISUUI. and Responsibilities of a Cor- and Joan. month in Philadelphia. The porate Director:' The president Capt. and Mrs. Coiben C. Shute sian included discussion ab()utl ... Dart.lltllly ••••• Sw.rtll.", of scott Paper Company, he is Maple avenue had as their careers in mental health January 5, 1962 NEWSNOTU ~osemary Cox of Waluut lane returned to the Harvard Law on Wednesday morning after spendin'g the Christmas . vacation with her par.ents Mr. and Mrs. Reavis Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hllkert of Strath Haven avenue had as their guests during the holidays their son-In-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. As~ton Johnson and son Bruc,e from Rye, N. Y .. and their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Hilkert from Mt. Holly, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Crothers Jr .. of Wallingford'had as thei~ guests for the weekend their son­in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell Hawthorne and four children from Arlington, Va. On Sunday they were joined. by their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. samuel Crothers, ·llI, and two sons from Radnor and their son-In-law arid daughter Mr. and Mrs. RobertKerr and two children from Swarthmore, for a family dinner. ..., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Essl of e,ntertained their chlldren over the holidays. Anne Essl was home from Penn State while her brother Peter was home from Fort Benning, Ga.; Chuck Maschal was home from Staunton Military Academy, Staunto'n, Va. prescripti.on special ists When your .. Dodor .writes a prescription for y'ou: bring it to our "Prescription Special­ists." You get prompt, pre­cise service from our supply of thousands of modern drugs - at uniformly fair prices. one of 20 leaders of industry, over the holidays Miss recommendations by tlie U. S. real estate, finance, government Morgan of Charlotte Joint Commission on Mental Ill- A. G. CATHERMAN economics and labor who dis~ C. ' ness and ljeaUh. PHARMACIST Klngswood 3-1833 cussed their predictions· of the Alice Walker of Elm avenue --------------- 17 South Chester Road 1962 economy. has returned to Earlham College In the first year of life. a ____________ in Richmond, Ind., after a holi<\ay human's bra.in trebles in size. Swarthmore, Panno POLICE AND FIRE NEWS spent at home, whiIe~~~~~~~~;;~~~~~~~~~~~~;;~~~m;:;;;:;;;:;;:;;;:;;;;;;;;;;:;;;~ The automobiles of DavidDoln't~ sister Betsy a student at Ii ovan, ii"vBnown, and John nnington College, Bennington er, Springfield collided on ' is spending the non-resideni er road at 2:25 p.m. last in Cambridge, ",ass., until day. Donovan was traveling 1. Both girls are daughters and attempting a left turn Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Walker. the underpass. Fisher was CLUB NOTES ing 1I0rth. Although both cars were driven away. The music department will 11~:~~~,~in town today before at- It the all-Beethoven pro- "I saw it in the Swarthmorean." presented by the Philadel- WHY DO WE SELl SO MANY CAMERAS IN JANUARY I FEBRUARY & MARCH? PERSONS PLANNING A SUMMER VACATION WISH TO SELECT A CAMERA WITHOUT A LAST-MINUTE HEADLONG ~USH' THEY THEN LEARN TO OPERATE THE CAMERA. THEN THEY CAN TAKE EXCELLENT PICTURES ON THEIR FIRST TRIP. THINK IT OVER! & Hobby 4 - 6 '.rk A".nue, $w ........ KJ. J..4191 f,i,-9. " .... tv 8:31) P.M., i 15 S. Chester Road GIRS Successor to alice bm ber gifts Weekend Special! Swift's Premium LEGS of L It costs no more to enjoy the Best at , , , The 401 .... 1&& •••• A ••••• FOOD MARKET " Does Your Dog Have Its Operators License? VOLUME 34 - NUMBER 2 CHARLES LUKENS HEADS COUNCIL SWI11'tl1f.Joro Collett .. Svmrtl1ll1Ore , WARtl4JAOREAN Do. Your Dog Have I.t s Operators License? $4.00 PER YEAR SWARTHMORE, PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1962 ------~-------- Annual Swim Club Meeting Feb. 26th Open Spaces Topic For L WV Members ILPF Plans Luncheon NAME DR. WIGTON Robert Sutherland, president M~~ngw!~~n,~nI~!!a~~nal FOR BOUDA POST of the Swarthmore Swim Club, announces the s~lection of a . League for Peace and Freedom CARP TER nominating committee comp~sed Wm. Jeanes To Address will hold it~ main meeting of the EN NAMED TO of John Espenschade, chairman, month on Thursday, January 25" Clifford Renshaw and Dr. John, Luncheon Meeting Mon in the Methodist Church. The SCHOOL AUTHORITY Wigton. • meeting will start with luncheon at 1 o'clock followed immediately Francis J. Bouda resigned· Charles W. Lukens was electe The committee will meet and The League of Women Voters by a program "What's in the Tuesday night after serving one president when Borough Council and the membership will be of swarthmore will have as guest Hopper?" reporting and discus- month of the six-year term as held its annual reorganization notified of its choice of nom- speaker ~t their Janu~y . lunch- sian o~ ~ital issues of the or school director to which he was meeting Monday evening. Enter- ineesprior to the annual meeting eon meeling Monday Wilham IV. ganization at the local nationaelected last November. The Inghis seventh year as acouncll- which will be held in the ele- Jeane,s, wh? will s~eak on the and internationallevel~. Swarthmore-:Rutledge Union man, Lukens formerly headed the mentary school auditorium on t~chmques mvolved m the aquI- The meetlng and luncheon is Boa r d imme~latley appointed Appointments Made. At Monday Meeling public safety committee. Rober February 26. sltion of open Lands. . open to all interested persons. Dr. John ~. Wigton to complet~ Wilson, former finance chalrman, Mr. Jean~s, wh~ resides in Those planning to attend the the unexplled term. was named vice-president. M· RS R C SELLERS Villanova, IS chlUrm~ of the luncheon are ·asked to call Mrs. Forewarned that Mr. Bouda Charles G. Thatcher, who had ••• . open space conservatIOn com- David Solomons LO 6-5898 by wo.uld have to resign in order to been sworn into office as the mittee of the Citizens Council January 20.' undertake a new post in Switzer-borough's new mayor by Justice DIES IN CHATHAM of Delaware County and is in- land 00 which scott Paper Com-of the Peace Peter E. Told Fri- timately familiar with the prob- L" t G t De " " pany is transferring him this day, administered the oath of Ie ms Inherent In preserving IS rea CISIOnS month, the board had received office to new Councilmen Edward MEMORIAL FOR FORMER county open land. The Swarth- suggestions of successors from Cratsley and Harry Smith, to . more league is currently 'studying Meel"lngs Feb Mar the public and board merabers, Wilson and William Glll who had RESIDENT TO BE SUNDAY this problem as part of its local. "r" and held a series of meetings been elected to succeed them- program. PI ' C ' W'II to compare the q\lalifications of selves, and to Robert G. Hayden, Mrs. Anna Atkinson .sellers, The luncheon will be held at anmng ommlHee I of each measured in the llght of auditor-elect. the widow of Mr. Richard C. 1 p.m. at the Methodist Church. • present and anticipated require- Committee 'appointments made Sellers, formerly of Ogden ave- It is open to anyone interested (onvene Monday Evening ments, said John Spencer presi­by the new president follow (with nue, died on Saturday, January in the league program. Those F th th'd .' dent of the board. "The Board theftrst named C0u.ncilman being 6, in Chatham. She was 89 years planning to attend are asked to or e 11 consecu.lve ye~r is highly gratified that it has chalrman): ofM a ge.S lit S th notify Mrs . J osep h storlazzI' , ab ." Grea~ t Ddecs'io nsS" grtohu p IS b een a bl e t 0 en Iis t a man 0 f D r. Finance _ cratsley Wilson rs. e ers came, 0' war more, KI3 1292 elOg orme In war more, Wigton's caliber to serve the Herman Bloom; highwaY _ Gill: wlt~ her husband ·In 1905. They - . sP()ns~red by th~ Wor}d ~falrs c a use of education In our Smith, D. Mace Gowing; publlc reSided on North Chester r~ad CouncIl. Its. ~alO object. IS to district." safety _ Bloom, Smith, cratsley; for abo.lIt 20 years.~efore mOVIng Modern Architecture encourage clhzens to .meet in- School Physician bulldlng regulations _ Gowing, to theIr newly bmlt home, 133 f~rmally and to reVIeW and Living at 15 Ogden avenue Gill, Cratsley; health and san- Ogden avenue. .S d T Ik T " ~ISCUSS freely subjects of mnlor and having offices in the swartb- Jtation _ Smith Wilson Gowing' Sne graduated from Swarthmore un ay a OPIC Impor~ance In the world situation. more Medical Centet on South borough admlni~tration:" Wilson', Canodl lege with thbe Claf stsh ofK 1894 Ma'n oG·. Salv ad on' , prof essor Ii nd 't h'ids awl ay .p.e ople can rteta ch Chester road ' Dr. Wigton has Bloom, Gill. . was a mem er 0 e appa of civil engineering at Columbia n IVI u .0plOlOn~ on ma ers been school physician here for Other Appointments Alpha Theta Sorority. She was UniVersity's School of Archi- orUnitedSt.ates I?olicy, and may, the past six years, a post he Lukens also appointed Smith one of the early mem, bers of the t t dEl' ill If they so Wish, make these must resign in accepting a seat S th W CI b ec ure an ng neenng, w .. . k' t t' h' C to represent Council on the Pub- war more oman s u; a ak "Th nfl f oplOlOns nown 0 ell on- on the board He is a member of IIc Library Board along with Mrs I member of Poetry Circle, Old ~~r:ctur~n on M~de~n ':.~~~te~- grestsmebn and dt~e st~e De.p~t- the executiv" committee of the peter E. Told and made th~ Fireside, Women's International t " t Cl thl all t th men y sen mg 10 oplmon Taylor Hospital Medical Staff. follo",lngreappointments: League for Peace and Freedom, c'::~eg: on ~unde:.v ~t 8"1~ p me ball~ts. He is a founder and past presi- George Ewing and William and an active mem.ber of Swarth- HI 'h th I B' . 'I' This year, the World Affalrs dent of the Swarthmore Swim Gehring to three-year terms on more Monthly MeetlOg. W s ts~ee~.. e ~~n:a '11 e"tan: ~ Council has suggested and pro- Club lind also has served as the Board of Adjustment; Frank She is survived by two daugh- b es lidec ure, wei us ra e vided fact sheets as a basi./! for president of the local Lions Markley six-year term on Civil ters, Mrs. Willard S. Elsbree of y p~ofe~s;or Salvadorl is a con- dis.cussion . ~In v~etnam, Red Club. His son graduated from Service Commission; Mrs. D. W. New York City and Miss Marjorie lti gi ·th ffi . China, Brazl, Nigeria, Iran, swarthmore High School and is Geer and Walker Penfield three~ Sellers of Norristown; two grand- ~~th n~e~n y:~:r c~t.v a~d ~sm~~ Bnierlit'nd, tshteatUnitefd Niations'l.and currently a sophom*or.e at Grove year terms on Tree Commission' SODE,; and two sisters, Mrs. E. He Is noted as one of the most U he h e~h ore t~n ~,o ICY. City CoHege. His three daugh­John deMoll five-year term o~ Leroy Mercer of Rutgers avenue outstanding and capable critiC' D T .'~Ug ?~t e na IOnt Grealt ters attend hlgh school, junior Planning Commission', John and Mrs. Edltb Greene of Brook- f th tr . I h't t eClSlons groups mee slmu- high and elementary classes Ii e 0 e con overs18. arc 1 ec, t ly k • . ht - Schum acher collector of sewel n. .• Buckminster Fuller. aneous. once a wee ,or elg Born 47 years. ago in Butler rent; and Dr. J. Albright Jones A Mem~rlal ~ervlce w,n be weeks m February and March. CountY,he graduated from Butler milk Inspector. Reid In .he Wnither Room of L I W T J' The Swarthmore group started HighSchool, Grove City College, Retiring Mayor Joseph Reynolds Swarthmore Friends Meeting on oca omen 0 om two yeare ago under the leader- and Temple University Medical expressed regret that he had been Sund~, January 14, at 3 p.m. M 0 ' ship of the local WOmen's Inter- School. He interned at Univer-unable to attend the party in The farr.ily has requested that ass emonsiralion na~ion.al .League for Peace and sity of pittsburgh Medical Center Springfield Friday night honoring flowers be omitted. The Swarthmore Women's In Freedom. Last year Mr. and 1940-41 was chief resident at retiring Councllmen Birney K. -- tematlonal Le~gue for peace Mrs. W. M. Stanton of Riverview Taylor Hospital 1941-42, was MorseandHarryWood.He.thanked Second In January and Freedom IS acting as or· road were responsible for its commissioned by the Navy and all Borough officials for the ganizer 'for a group of women expansion. This year Mr. and took Flight Surgery at Pensacola assistance accorded him during F Sa • S d from this area who will board a Mrs. D. R. Me~villE. of Ogden in 1942. He participated In the· his terms of office. orum nes un ay "Disarmament Train" Monday avenue will be m charge of the original landings in Africa in The finance committee of the The second in the Adult Forum for Washi~gton, D. C.. where. group. A committee will convene 1942 and in the Philippines in old .council submitted a tent- series under the general theme they willjom other women across at their home on Monday January 1944. After assignment In san ative budget for 1962 contem- The Peace Race will feature the country in a mass demonstra- 1~ at 3.3? p.m. to plan for the Juan, Puerto Rico, he resigned plating a half-mill increase for Lawrence Scott who will talk tion to "End the Arms Race - eight meetIngs. Interested Swarth- his commission to take over the sinking fund purposes since the about "Nonviolent Direct Peace Not the ~uman Race!" The moreans are invited to attend. practice of Dr. R. G. Witman In current 1~ mills would produce Action." The meeting will take demonstratl~n will take pl.!!:"e Date. and location of meetings swarthmore . $12,000 and over $15,000 will be place Sunday at 9:45 a.m. in the from 1 to 3 m front of the White and names of di.scus'!ion leaders New'Appointments needed.forbond interest and bon....'. Friends Meeting House on the Htaokues ep. lDaceem oi nso\rtbat iro ncsi twieisll aulcsho wEUxpl lbaen aatnonryo ulnecaefdle Itns dmuaey cobuer soe.. b-Dr' samuel T 'C.arp.enter ' retirement. college campus. n e Stained from Mrs. Melville KI swarthmore College engmeering Public Ins ectt Mr. scott obtained his master as Moscow, London, and Copen- ·4-1179 ' professor who served manyyears p on hagen . The preliminary budget will be of theology degree from the The'traln will start from New Last "Wednesday, the "Great as building chalrman of the open for public Inspection at centfal Baptist Theological York and include stops in New Decisions _ 1962" topiCS were board, was appointed to a five­Borough Hall while the finance Seminary, studied for a year at Jersey in Philadelphia and discussed by NBC-TV news year term on the Union Scbool. committee studies It further and pendleHlll, ~uaker fltudy Center Baltim~re. Among those planning ll1lalyst Edwin Newman and ·a Authority succeeding . FrlJ!lk attempts to bring it Into balance and was on.a project to London, to bad th tral t 9'15 galaxy of NBC world news cor- Markley who did not deslle re­for final action at the February PariS, Bonn, Berlin and Helsinki M :a r at ~Oth ~t a et 'wlllai,~: respondents at the Academy 0 appointment. Carpenter had not session. It now shows ·estimated. in April and May, 1958. He is on y hn re Ear' Music. It Is hoped that the dls- sought reelection to the School receipts from the 14~ mill gen- executive director of the Peace E:~:;d~o Mr;a;:O:I~ ~~~~ Mr~e cusslons in Swarthmore, though Board upon expiration of his eral fund tax at $183,862.40 and Action Center in Washington, Karl FO~, M;S. "a~scoe Giffin: perhaps less expert, will be as term last year. . e~tlmated expenses of $196,358. D. C., member of the peace ed- Mrs Lloyd Lewis Mrs Phll1p .stimulating and instructive. Committee chalrmen appointed· 64. Last year's estimated re- ucation committee of the Ameri-' ,.. for 1962 by President Spencer celpts were $199,432.58 and can Friends Service Committee M~er, Margaret Price, Mrs. were: finance- bavid· Vint; In-estimated expenses $198,335. and . a member of the National WIlliam Stanton, Mrs. Lucy SHS HOSTS YEADON slrudion - Mrs: Marlon Camp- Borough Manager Henry Coles Council and executive committee Slevens, and Mrs. James Taylor. '. bell; property - Raymond Winch; said part of the reduction In the of the Fellowship of Reconcll- Anyone one intewsted !n join- salary - Newton Ryerson. new budget totals results from la."on. Ing the group Is invited to call Tonight, on the local high Mayor James Elliott of Rut- less anticipated building (lfhomes _______ Mrs. Carr,oll K I 3-2986 . school court, the Little Garnet ledge, speaking as· a parent. of d -- bask~teers will be playing an an roads with consequent lower Woodwind Quintet GEORGE C. WA.GNER extremely adept Yeadon court an elementary school child, re-county ald and liens and assess- minded the board that it had ments. To Give Concert Services were held Tuesday at team In a game that is crucial promised to review Rutledge's Councll approved increasing The Philadelphia Woodwind 2p.m. In Trunlty Church, Swarth- for both schools in their quest reQuest for free bus transporta­the work week ofDorothy Lindsay, ~ulntet will give a concert at more, for George C. Wagner of for a first divfsion place 'In tion . to the Swarthmore ele-· desk policewoman and radl~ op- Swarthmore College in Clothier 507 Ced!>r lane, who died Sun- Section IV. Yeadon, coached by mentary school,' in January. erator, from 35 to 40 hours and Hall on Friday, January 19, at day,. ,,""uary 7. He w~s ,the John Naglie, Is always a tough Spencer said the matter will be accordingly increasing the annual 8'15 husband I)f Ruth Davis Wagner. competitor, and sports an all taken up at next Tuesday night's . p,m. I 11 f fl It around 'athlete in Tom Morrow. h bo d I salaryfrom$2405.50 to $2741.10. The cpncert, sponsored by the ,n eu 0 owers, was re- meeting. Tear snow meet- It also agreed to pay patrolman Cooper Foundation of Swarthmore quested that contributions be The Eagles are constantly ing on the second ani third James. Davie the ·difrerenc~ be- College Is open to the public, sent to Trinity Church in his strong rebounders and lean to- Tuesdays of the month ioetead ry ward a fast running game. f th thl d W· d (Continued on PIIII!I 8)' free of charge. memo . .0 e r eunes ay,

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!• . ,I ii II: : I ' , ,, I : i : ~ I \ i , I THE SWARTHMOREAN January 12, 1962 NEWS NOTES Bradford Hills, Downington, rosepoint lace. She Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harold March of North THE SWEET iHOP Chester road spent Sunday in Darien. Conn., with her mother Mrs. John C. Lee who was cele­brating her 95th birthday. the late Mr. Anderson. She was graduated from Carlisle High School and from Jefferson Medical College Hospital School of Nursing. She is now employed as a staff nurse at Jefferson. ried a bouquet of gardenias a~;~ 1~:~t~IV::al~~lingfOrd announce the stephanQtis with variegated ivy second son, Joh,! Gibson, ,COtONIAL COURT APTS. (Next to Post Office) and foliage. Sunday, January 7, at Bryn Mrs. D. Patrick Welsh of Hospital. avenue was matron of honor Mr. and Mrs. A. Blanton Tiller Mr. and Mrs. George F. Dunn KI 3-4597 and Mrs. Dunn's mother Mrs_ S. S. Peel, formerly of 204 Dickin­son aVe'nue, moved on Friday to their new home at 655 Parrish road. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cozine and family from New Jersey moved into the former DU,ln home yesterday. her sister. The bridesmaids were Haverford place are the mal'er. Mr. McKeever graduated from Wabash College and is now a senior student at Jefferson Medical College. Mrs. Alfred K. W, Plitt of New- nal grandparents. The paternal • ark, Del., sister of the grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. cur FLOWUS - PLANIS groom; Mrs. Alfred Muench Raymond Fellows of Garrett CORSAGES A June wedding is planned. Phoenixville, Mrs. Leland Rose- nue. Mrs. Frank Kneedler, also mond of Villanova, and Miss of Garrett avenue, is the Candy Dorothy B. Courtney, an:~~:~ Ig randmother. Home-Made Callc"i~ Mr. and Mrs. George H. sister of the bridegroom. '''!II11IIIII11IIII11II~,~IIIII!~I!"I11I1III1I1'IIIIlI~lIIll11m~:m Jr., of Rose Valley announce all wore waltz length dresses 1l Th PI II Mrs. A. L. Clayden entertained her eightsome Tuesday with luncheon at the Ingleneuk fol­lowed by bridge at her home on N'~Jrth Swar"hmore avenue. engagement of their daughter Missl emerald green faille with ban- ,e ayers Club 01 Swarthmore Karen Van Pelt Berlin, to Mr. deaus of matching velvet, and Andrew F. Jones. son of Dr. ana carried bouquets )f~~~~;~gfl(,w,,,sl PRESENTS Mrs. J. Albright Jones of Elm tied with yellow ri avenue. Winifred Lukens Welsh, niece Christopher Fry's adaptation 1 J A 'Ih' Mrs. Frank D. Windell of the Dar tmouth House held a 'familY open house on New Year's Day. Miss Berlin will graduate from of the bride, wore a yellow frock " 0 ean n011l S Colby Junior College this year. and carried an old fashioned Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Baird, former residelits of Swarthmore, Vlho had made their home in Freeport, 0., have returned to the borough and are now residing at 310 Dartmouth avenue. Mr. Jones graduated 'from bouquet of yellow flowers RING ROUND THE MOON high University and is attending a matching wreath in her hair. Officers Candidate School at Dr. William B. Courtney Newport, R. I. Winston-Salem, N. C., was besl A summer wedding is planned. man for his brother. The ushers were the Mssrs. Graham Courtney MILLIKAN - GARRETT of New Haven, Conn .. anothel Miss Eunice Ruth Garrett, brother, Fred Shaffer of Somer- Mrs. H. Miller Crist of ParK d aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milan set, James W. Lukens ,J.r, avenue was in Lancaster on Wayne Garrett of North Princeton Springfield, brother of the bride, Saturday to attend the funeral avenue, was united in marriage and Mr. Plitt. of Mr. Crist's brother. She was to Mr. James Dean Milik an , Prior to the afternoon the overnight guest of Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Merwin ~lfinell many, Mrs. Marvel Wilson Mrs. Gerald Effing, formerly of Millikan of Atchison, Kans .• at Strath Ho~ ven a"e'nue and Swarthmore. noon on December 29 in the Daniel Morse of Parrish Mr. and Mrs. J. George Breitling Evangelical Lutheran Church of entertained at a brunch from of Wallingford are spending a Holy Spirit, Secane. The Rever- to 12:30 for the wedding naJrivl week in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. end Kenneth S. Ensminger offici- and out of town guests. Mr. and Mrs. E. Laurence ated at the double ring ceremony. Conwell of Columbia avenue Mrs. Mark Heald of Harvard ave- BIRTHS drove Mrs. Conwell's mother nue was organist for an all Bach Mr. and Mrs. Dan A. Daly Mrs. James B. Douglas of the prelude and recessional. Montevideo, Uruguay, announce Swarthmore Apartments and Mrs. The bride was given in marriage the birth of their second child Albert L. Hilles of Crest lane by her father. Her sister Mrs. and first daughter, Kim Anderson, to New York on Saturday to go William Ralston Curtis of Lynn- on December 30. by boat to California. There they haven, Va., was matron of honor, The maternal grandparents are will enplane for Hawaii for a five wee k tli' p. Mr . ,an d Mrs. Conwe II and little Bobby and Carol Lynn Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bunkenr,a tJ,r,,.-,I PRQDUCED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF PHILIP PRICE , Frit-lnv & Saturday,1an. 12 & 13 Curtain 8:20 P. M. Members and their guests STATE INSPECTION U.lfAUl RENT'.llS WEAVER ALIGNMENT " MOTOR TUNE-UP with ENGINE SCOPE V. E. ATZ. Mgr. RUSSaL'S SERVICE Opposite ,Borough Parling Lot ' ..... ,.. 1,11440 'D.,. •• If., .1' Lah,oHo A_ met some friends in New York Curtis attended their aunt as of Mt. Holyoke place. The Closed at P.M, , afterward and stayed for the ring bearer and flower girl. nal grandmother is Mrs. ul,lolml ~RiUiiii weekend. Mr. william Cobb of New Haven E. Weeks of Winston-Salem, Mrs. Charles R. Russell of Conn.. attended Mr. Milli~an, N. C. Ogden avenue spent the HolidA.s Mr. John W. Hayden of Moylan ------ ~ IR."V,.ri as usher. Mr. and Mrs. Willis D. WE,athm:-1 Visiting with her son-in-law A luncheon followed in the 'rd f Cd' I ,0 0 e ar ane announce the and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Donald "',e ,clIla!:ion room of the church for bI' tt h 0 ftW·I D da ug ht ers on 'on_. Pic card alTd daughters Betsy, fam '\'andoutof town guests. uary 9 a t B ryn Ma wr H:os;pital.j Mary Lou, and Wendy, in Sic-ux b b' h t . Falls. Mr. Piccnrd is with Raven Mrs, '~_lIikan is a graduate of ' t ad les ave wo OHler, ,,,,,,.,., ,nore High School SIS ers an an older brother. Industries where he is in charge Th t I df of their sport balloon hot air .In College, and has studied W D e IVp a ethrn a gran ather is program. In july of last year Mr. \miversityofCalifornia at N" C Mr . an d Mr s. C aro I BEAUTY foIALON REGULAR CARE,DEFIES WINTRY WEATHER L' the graduate school of the . . ea erford of Blue ~~~:tr~j 9 South Ch<!ster Road Call Klngswood 3-0476 Piccard made a record flight in f D t ley. Mr. Millikan was 0 eca ur, Ala., are the which he captured five world al d ~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ records from behind the Iron from the University Kans n gran parents. did graduate work as an --\--. Curtain. I,han!:e I' student at the Mr. andMrs. Philip N. J(niskern Tubingen, Germany. Both of Wallingford announce the ENGAGEMENTS stUdents at Yale UniverSity, arrival of their third child and Mr. and Mrs. John Rumsey working toward the Ph. D. in the son, Thomas Rankin who was Vassar avenue announce field of philosophy. They are born on Tuesday, Jw',uary 2, in engagementoftheir foster daugh- at230 Prospect street, New the Bryn Mawr Hospital. ter, Miss Cecilia Dyka, to Mr Haven, Conn. Heis a grandson of Mrs. Philip Robert Watson,son of Mr. Jm;ephl ------ W. Kniskern of Riverview road Watson of Morton. LUKENS - COURTNEY and of Dr. and Mrs. David A. Miss Dyka is a graduate Miss Deborah Sloan Cooper of Wynnewood. Notre Dame High School, Moylan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ja''':.:"I--::;; ... ======:;; Mr. Watson graduated W. Lukens of Wallingford, --~ Ridley Township High School. came the bride of Mr. James The wedding will take Orval Courtney, Jr., son of on May 5 at Notre Dame and Mrs. Courtney of S.~~~r~,~~1 Lourdes Church. at a ceremony held Col. andMr;.RobertH.Do afternoon, January 6 in of In?iantown Gap Military WaIlingfordPresbyteria~ Church ervahon, AnnVille, announce The bride, escorted by . engagement of their daughter father, wore a floor length ,,' !Ol,VI Jane Duryea to Mr. Clark Dickso~ gown of ivory damask. Her Sh(lltl MCKeever, son 'f M(s. Duncan tulle veil was held by a cap C. McKeever of Houston, Tex., ~ and, the late Dr. MCKeever. F MISS Douglas is the grand- or IIIADAZIIE SUBSCRIPTIONS daughter of Mrs. James B Call Douglasofthe Swarthmore Apart: MRS, UOYD E, IAUFFIII •• ments and the late Mr. Douglas, and of Mrs. Garrett L. Anderson Valley NUrseries, MIDDLETOWN ROAD, MEDIA Opposite High Meadow (botween Dutton Mill Road'and Knowlton Road) TELEPHONE TREMONT 2-7206 ASK FOR BEN PALMER SHADE TREES DORMANT TRIMMING SPlIT HARDWOOD FIREPLACE WOOD (We Deliver) If no answer please call LOwell 6-2480 VISIT beautiful WEST LAUREL HILL ~ any day from 9 to 4. Belmont Ave. above City Line Bola.Cynwyd Slop in Office 01 dock Tower for guidance BuHet Luncheon Served Daily Both Hot &0 Cold $1.25 • Buffet Dinners Thuriday 5 to 9 • Sunday 3 to $l,75 • THE WILD GOOSE Route I, Baltimore Pi~e (ot Mn .... of Media) ClOSED ON MONDAYS • RETURNS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY For the Calendar Year Ending December 31, 1961 SUBJECT TO TAXATIOij FOR COUNTY PUR­POSES AT THE RATE OF FOUR MILLS ON THE DOLLAR PAYABE DURING THE YEAR 1962 Under the Provisions of the ACT OF JUNE 17,1913, and the SUPPLEMENT AND AMEND­MENTS thereto. Every taxable resident person, trustee, firm or corporation of Delaware County; holding tax: able securities as listed below, is required by law to file a return to the local subordinate assessors or to the County Board, stating the market value thereof as of December 31, 1961. Blank forms for Returns are being mailed and are available at Local Assess()r's Offices or 'from the Board Court House, Media, Pa., to be returned not lat~r than February i5. 1962. ' PENALTY: FAILURE TO FILE RETURN ON OR BEFORJl1 FEBRUARY 15, 1962, THE AS­SESSOR WILL EN'I;'E;R AGAINST YOU AN ESTIMATED ASSESSMENT TO WHICH WILL BE ADDED A PENALTY OF 12% AS WELL AS INTEREST AT 6%. ' T A X A B L E SECURITIES; MORTGAGES: PROMISSORY NOTES or BONDS' BONDS NOTES, etc, issued by CORPORATIONS; BONDS, etc. of CORPORATIONS of FIRST CLASS: SHARES OF STOCK etc ARTICLES of AGREEMENT. ,., I! .there is any doubt as to the taxability of securities h~ld, con~ult your lawyer, banker or broker. AsSIstance m preparing forms is avail­able at the Board Office, ~edia, Pa, JOSEPH E, WICKERSHAM Personal Property Supervisor LAWRENCE V. DOLAN, CHAIRMAN JAMES J. MALONE ' RICHARD S. KRICK Members of the Board for the Assessment and Revision of Taxes , I / January 12, 1962 THE SWARTHMOREAN Mrs. Herbert Glenn Heads Cancer Drive Mrs . Mab el ,J Torrey WOonm aFnri'dsa yC, luJabn uNaoryte s1 9, at 10 Mrs. Mable J. Torrey of. a.m., the literature department, Dickinson avenue died Friday in Mrs. L. H. pownall .chalrman, Taylor Hospital after a will present Mrs. Edward Cratsle~ illness. She I)'as 76. , in a review of "The Small Room" Mrs:' 'Torrey; widow of Dr d to by May Sarton. , . Seeks 110 Crusaders John C. Torrey, move' Mrs. David Bingham, preSIdent more from Yonkers, N:. Y.. of the club, and Mrs. Don~d .R. for Goal of tj9SO 1955 to make her home with Aikens, president of the lUOlor ~ Mr. J. stuart Torrey of club, attended the 30th Annual Mrs. J. Herbert Glenn of North above address. Dr. Torrey, Gimbel Award Luncheon on Jan- Swarthmore avenue has been died in 1946 was profeGSOhr'ea(11 uary 4. After the presentaLion of named chairman of the "Cancer preventative medicines and U' the Philadelphia Award to Mrs. Crusade" for Area 7, which em- of the department of Edna Phillips Rosenbaum, the braces Swarthmore, ,health and hygiene at International Award was pre-and Morton, University Medical College. sented by Mrs. Franklin Delano Mrs. Glenn'S appointment is She is survived by another s,on Roosevelt to Her Excellency, announced by James G. Lamb of Prof. Henry C. Torrey of High- Begum Raana Liaquat Ali Khan, Rose Valley, general campaign land Park, N. J., head of pakistan Ambassador to Italy. chairman forth~ American Cancer department of PhysiCS at The Pakistan Students Assoc- Society, Delaware County Unit, department of physics at lation in Philadelphia was also Drexel Hili. University; five t For five years, Mrs. Glenn was and a brother Mr. H. Milton pres en • district director for Swarthmore McCormack of Bronxville, N. y, and for five years held the dis- Funeral services were held tinction of havIng the highest Monday at 2 p.m.· at Trinity per capita rate 10 the county in Episcopal Church. Burial ~as the Cancer Crusade. Last .year, at the convenience olthe famIly. a total of $4,821 was achIeved --- in Swarthmore through a per PROPERTY OWNERS capita rate of '$.80. EN Springfield-Morton efforts I~st NAME KlETZI year resulted in a $.I;a per capIta In a reorganization Page 3 --- - !II i..IUiiJlD -n' --i-h ~ ,C~' -r., 't;~e;~ .:..,0'< U~',(JJUJ.4 <l~ \~'- - SKIRTS ' '~ SEPARATES ~~g SOUTH QRANGE st, MEDIA~PA - PHONillOWELL.6-62~$ DAILY 9:30 tcpsioo "FR',AY EVENING 'tn 9:00 n. e-.e,. Glm rate which amounted to $3,324. Monday evening the "But we must do better this Property owners year;" the chairman declares. named Dr. Seymour "The need is so great - both president and Mathew 15 5, Ch.st.r Road . Successor to alice heaLer and for research - that we can't vice-president, had been afford to miss a single person president since Allan C. Wood, who might give something. long-time h.ead of the'~~:~~~1 "That's why we are asking for Izatlon, moved from the B 550 "crusaders" in Sprlngfieid Inst summer. H. Weston Cillrklel and Morton. There were only was re-elected secretary-treas- 159 last year. In Swarthmore we urer and reported a paid will need 110 crusaders. "We ship of 541. want to raise $4,950 in Swarth- A discussion of how the more; $6,640 in Springfield and ganlzation can best meet Morton." needs of thl! community will be Mrs. Glenn describes her work continued at the next meeting, for the Cancer Society as"purely Monday evening, February 5, ioglcal." She has had no such the Amerlcim Legion Room, illness in her family, but re- Borough Hall. • cognizes cancer as a Cf deadly disease that can strike anywhere DINNER SPEAKER any time and that can be stopped Charles F. Seymour of Strath only ,through more r~search. " lHavllD avenue addressed a di nner- Another major interest of the eeting of the' Bucks County chairman is the Red Cross, which of Realtors last night in she serves through the blood Warrington. His topic was "New bank. Also, as chairman for six in Appraising." years of the Women's Bridge Mr, Seymour was recently In- League of Philadelphia, Mrs. stalled as president of the Glenn works with the Red Cross Philadelp,hia Chapter, American . in the four service hospitals of Institute of Real Estate Ap-the Philadelphia area. praisers. The Gienns have lived in swarthmore for 15 years. Mr. Glenn is In personnel wDrk with NEWS NOTES Sun 011 Company. Mr. and Mrs. W_ Alfred Smith, The annual report of the Amer- their daughter Beverly of ican Cancer Society, Delaware Amherst avenue spent se~e!al County Unit, shows that $88, days dUling the holidays vlsltmg 773.29 was collected during the their sons-in-law and daughters fiscal year ended August 31. Mr. and Mrs. William E. of that sum, $22,463.91 was de- and children Nancy and JlIHIlIY, voted to direct cancer service in Whippany, N. J., and Mr. within the county. Mrs. Richard Banian and son Largest expehdlture was $45, Jeffrey in Quincy, Mass. 387.45 for researc hand educatl?n Sunday, December 31, theY'h"irl on a state and national basIS. tended the baptism of tI Administration, costing $2,602. grandson Jeffrey Banian. 40, was the smallest item G disbursem*nt. Mr. and Mrs. \Valter H. eer daughter Muffy of Academy KAPPAS TO SEW spent the recent holidays The next Kappa Sewing will Mrs. Geer's parents Mr. be held Tuesday at the home of 1"'"\""M'''r's. S. W. Davenport, Jr., Mrs. Sewell Hodge at 111 Ogden Kinderhook, N. Y. From there went on to Weston, vt., for week of skiing at Bromley, avenue. Mrs. William T. Salom and son MagiC Mountain, Stratton peter and Mrs. J an Ellison of and Snow Valley. They Haverford place, together with former sw'arthmoreans Mr. Judy Roxby of Vassar avenue Mrs. Edward M. SCheu, now and Judy Remington of Park Old Greenwich, Conn., and avenUe went to New York on and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Wednesday to see Mr. and Mrs. D. C, Mrs, Johnson, Henry G, Russell of Haverford the former Hale, was for a place sall.on the S.S. Exeter for director of Christian educa- Cairo, Egypt, where they will at the Presbyterian Church stay for. the next two and one- In Swarthmore. halfo.-C:HD--C: ~~C:"'-CH:>--CHD--C('1 ELECTRICAL REPAIRS :at: APPLIANCES STEAM IRONS lAMPS TOASTERS ClOCKS , MIXERS FRY PANS RADIOS BROILERS PERCOlATORS • VACUU~ ClEANERS • FANS • TELEVISION REPAIR • THE MUSIC BOI, INC. KI 3-1460 , , , An adequate supply of Pure Springfield Water made possible the tremendous growth of Philadelphia's sprawling su.burbs in t~e. last 15 years • Because of far-sighted planning and the expenditure of millions of dollars for new facilities there will be plenty of water to continue this prosperous progress in the years ahead. . JU oft SPRINGFIELD '110"",' PHILADELPHIA SUBU~BAN WATER COMPANY

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'SUPER.RIGHT QUALITY SIRLOIN OR PORTERHOUSE ~UALITT I'IONT· TI'IoIIoIID I'IOHT. -, 'I'CID I'IOHT. SOLD I'IOHT ··S.,.r • II,ht" II f • II Y lII.hred. • r • ,. f.~ ~.af, ••• III, ..... nfy­•• c •• "llo_O •• .•• ric ••••• ~w.r. tl •• 4. ALSO - PORTERHOUSE ROASTS BONELESS ROUND STEAKS BONELESS ROUND ROASTS ~ NONE PRICED HIGHER lb. NONE I'RICED HIGHER NONE PRICED HIGHER , lb. lb. e 8SC 79C OYEN READY, 4 to 6 POUND JiMt. .and Soojo04 ()QIUDA STEWING CHICKENS NONE PRICED HIGHER C LARGE #1 (8 to 12 to the -SMELTS "SUPER·RIGHT", 8 to 12 POUND (SKINLESS, SHANKLESS, DEFATTED AND FULLY COOKED) lb. SEMI-BONELESS HAMS NONE PRICED HIGHER lb. 69C • SrE J.-.\I S CoHr ISFIPRELDO, INC UTBIEPD lb$1. .0 9 BEEF TONGO ES "S~~o~~;t" lb. 490 LIVERlUlURST "Super.Right" 49c Lft in the piece lb. . LAMB BONELESS ROL~ED 55e SHOULDER lb. MORRELL FELIN MIIlGET BRAUNSCHWEIGER RUMP ROAST EYE ROAST 1·lb. 49C pkg, Ib.99c lb. $1.19 LUNCH EON" MEAT .~~!:~. ~.~~: 59c SAUSAGE MEAT ~~l~~ ~~~:49° BOLOO'NA "Supe~.Right" I-lb. 59C Sheed pkg. LAMB, Combination-Includes 3 to -4 lb •. of 27c ,Shoulder Chop. & Stewing Lamb lb. , PLE ORANGE EXTRA LARGE (SO) SIZE NONE PRlCED H'~HER 2 1.'9. 'z Cc heo!ds l1li FRESH (A',RROTS 2 pol~tg. 19c LOOK AT WHAT ANJOU PEARS­STAYMAN APPLES WILL BUY AT A&P 2 lb •. 29c 4 b~g 35c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP .'0;:,0' IOC BORDEN'SCRE,AMCHEESE ~;;~'Ioe IONA CUT BEETS , 16·0%. IOe can A&P SAUERKIIAUT ':~~I:IOc O&C POTATO STICKS 2~:~. IOe A&P WHOLE P-OTATOES ':~~:'Ioe MARCAL WHITE NAPKINsa:k;~ IOe SULTANA BAKID BEANS '~~~:'IOc JIFFY CORN MUFFIN MIX aV~k;: IOe SAVOY APPLE SAUCE '~.~LIOC Jam P.aJJwr Jim 8.ahtJ 91J1Jd&! GOLD OR MARBLE POUND CAKE !sAvEl 45' ' 190% ~J CAKE, . PLAIN RAISIN BREAD I I 25' I-Ib LOAF SAVE 5c JANE PARKER large a·inch pie PINEAPPLE PIE ~ 39' STICKY 9 in pkg. ~J!.~~!~R~~!! I S~~EI39( , DONUTS 12 pt~. 29c .... T ATLANT'C • 'ACIF'C TlA co., 'NC. PrIN. '!'"tln '~r",~ II,., •• " Jln"'J la, 1111 SURF DETERGENT ~lb;:25( ~g~~~t59'. AJAX CLEANSER E:~:~~N 1·lb. IS' loaf 5' j,1:~ 99c JUMBO SHRIMP &·'b, box Hoi. Ib. $11& FRESH SLiOED STEAK ODD Ib. fa- STEWING OYSTERS ~YMW:l~:: '::L 19' FRESH SHAD .~:.I 39' (w::k ... , Ib. 4r i _. • MORTON'S DOWNY FLAKE WAFFLES 6 p~~.10' ---=- A&I' CU~ CORN 2 ~~;·~·25c 2 b~9 3 5c Alrl' LEAF OR CHg--rr-l-:-u SPINACH ':k;~'10c CAP'N JOHN"-=5-:5:-::C:-:A":'L~LO~P::-::O:':R---- .. Haddock Dinners, plg. 49c COM'UTE D'NMEI 01' FISH AND TWO YlIjITAILIS MYERS FROZEN PIES pkg·59C BE.EF. CHICKEN OR OYSTER AIR FRESHENER Florient CONDENSED All Detergent LIQUID Lux Detergent LIQUID SVI·OI. 75c con giant 77c ' plg> 22.01. bottle 62e Wisk Detergent ~"::nrt 66c AMMONIATED I SAYE 'e \I SAYI II. I Handy Andy ~!t~l~ 31e ~!;~ 50c SHORTENING Spry IS~:EII:~~I. 32e IS~:II-4!~o:. 1ge BLUE Rinso' Detergent ISI~~II ~k;: 6ge Beads 0' Bleach notL 69' ,~" Old Dutch Oleanser IA~H o~~N 2 !!~:- 25' Trend Liquid Detergent 2!::, 49' Trend Dry Detergenl 2 !~::. 39' Sweelhearl Soap ,. &ALI 4 blt~,:'11 44' . Borden's Au Gratin' Potatoes I';.~" 39' Pillsbury Pancake Flour 2 ::;:.' 41' Good Luck Margarine 2 ~~!~ 69' Imperial Margarine 2 ~~~ 78' , "d J:: .'".. >iI 1:11 I.>iI .II.I > :0 >iI = I: o :0 I.>iI > ~ 0:.., g ~....,. .... co ~' ~ Q.'". -N.. . co -c> .. >iI III J.I:.1 .II.> > :0 '>iI til I: o :0 J.I:.1 > 21 "d d: .(I.I •

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\ • THE SWARTHMOREAN January 12, 1962 Page 6 has returned to school Miami, and Lake Worth. . I!lIL.r spe~ding the holidays with ESl'ATE NOTICE NOTES Mrs. ClYde Miller of Villanova w'lr Molly Bunker. daughter ,of Mr'lavemle is a patient in the Jeffer- parents Mr. and Mrs. I lam Estate of Kathryn Mills deceased. and Mrs. Henry L. Bunker of Mt. Hospital due to a hip opera- of ltutgers avenue. late of Borough of Morton, Delaware BUY your ,..C ..o. ,...... Holyoke place, has been . elecet eda Ir .. ... :..-----------r CoLuentttye,r sP eonf nAsdymlviannisiatr.a tion C. T. A. ' a piano funor of 47 treasurer of the Alpha Chi O,? g M;. and Mrs. Robert Heaton WANTED on the ahove estate have been practloaluporl .... with all pledge class at Denison umver- son Robbie, formerly of 323 Ample storage space for two granted to the undersigned who re- ,It will pay "'" in the .ad. Granville, 0 .. where she is 10, •• ' avenue. have moved .to expensive foreign cars. Must quests all persons having claims I L.' 'IIIEI LD I.,. freshman. d f h or deman' ds a-'nst the estate to ======~,II ' I""ew,, and Amber streets. Me la. beinthevicin,tyo Swart more. make known th';'same. and aU per- Mr. and Mrs. will Seize. of Mr. J. Roy Snape of Harvard Heat preferred but not neces- sons Indebted to the decedent to Picture Framing ROGER RUSSELL Benjamin West avenue have !e- a patient in Taylor Ho~- sary. Should be in residental make payment wllhout delay to turned from a trip through Plonda is recuperating after hiS area or otherwise reasonably James T. Rice, R. D. 2. Downlng- V·IS·It s I'n ·st illness. Iisec.lre. Please co II K'I ngswoo d town. PennaM. oOrrris Hto. Phuiss seAUtt.o rEnSeQy:. II-=C!.:::::""":':;;;' NOTICE William Gaylord. Jr .. a ~o.pho- 3-3101. 203 county Building. A proposed budget for the. y~ar at Valley Porge MIlItary Media. Penna. 1962 is available for publIc lD­spection at the Borough office located at Borough Hall .. 121 Photographic Supplies BTATE • MONROE flTB. MEDIA CLASSIFIE.D ADS lOwell 6-2176 OPIIN PRlDAY EVENINGS ark Avenue. swar thmore. Pa. between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. for fifteen days FOR SALE S ubsequent to the publication of ---~~~;:;~;:-;;;;;;-;:--;.;t.t PERSONAL PERSON AL - Purnit-Jre F'OR SALE - McCobb dining se • this notice. Ruth A.B. Townsend table (6 x 3) six chairs. buffet. Klngswood 4-1036. repairing. Quality ate prices - antlq ues Call Mr. Spanier. KIngswood Klngswood a-2198. , , Jack Prichard PAINTING INTBRIO~ "" EXTERIOR Free Estimates Klngswaod 3-8761' ".-' " " ;M Borough Secretary. M.ryEllen Beddow FLORIST 7 South Chesl.. Rood KI 3-8093 GENERAL ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE Raymond J. Dawson size dition. F'OR SALE-clock. 20 mUsket. 8 cherry table. Schick shaver. neW equipment. 600 X 16 regular; wire recorder,. violln. bugle; $200. leather lounge chair. dishes. etc. Best offer :::::::~AL'-=-c~'--- .. PErRecSlOeaNtlAoLD -rooms. ~~,~:~:~~;~I porches. L. J. Donnelly. 4-3181. tuning - Roofing. spouting. ,Recreation rooms a spE,c-1 J,. Foster, GLobe Phone Klngswood 4-2444. _ Bicycles F'OR SALE - Misses, ice ,,~:~~~~ accessories. Milt size 6. or trade for size 8. K Bicycle. Hobby. Toy Shop. wood 4-0640. 'b~~~~lf~ HEATING OILS F'OR SALE - Caloric Gas 36 Inch. Good condition. LOwell 6-4692 /4693 wood 3-0650. F'OR SALE - Girl Scout 210 WEST STATE ST. pecans as project for or FUEL OIL MEDIA trip. Leslie Walmsley. ::==::=::::~~;~~ 3-6656. - Custom-made slip fIIted in your home. OIL BURNER SERVICE BUDGET PLAN COAL VAN ALEN BROTHERS, INC. KI 3·4742 or LE 2-2440 ELNWOOD Convalescent Homa BaI&1m ...... 'Pike &> Lincoln Ave. Bwarthmore Established 19U ~a1et. _tal 8urrouacUnp 'WIth IIEl,ce~len. Z4-Hoar NIIl"BIDa Klngswoad 3-0272 Stop In and Enjoy Delaware County's Clean and Beautiful MORTOI WASHAMATIC 24 WASHERS 68 S. Morton Avenue Morton. P •• Parldng-A-Plenfy 8 IIG DanO ~F'O=R:=:S~A::L-:E=---;c~a::rdi:;;·:na::;I~S-I;-;i;;ke:-:;;;;;:Iv.n~,' slipplY I make them. flowe!'seed; the woodpecker prompt service. wantsuel; chick-a-dees and are not parlicular. All if the feeder is empty. etc.. at the S. crothers. Jrs .. Plush Mill Road. Wallingford. weli 6-4551. paR .SALE - English Morris 37.000 miles. Excellent Economical small car. $325 or offer. Klngswood 4-1013. FOR'SALE - Pair almost new year snow tires. size 760 $30. Call Klngswood 3-5695. FOR SALE - Antiqu. drop leaf table. 46 by 54 open. Excellent condition. 6-8650. F'OR SALE - 1957 complete of World Book. Mint condition. $65. KIngswood 3-0193. . - AlteNtions on Even­and street clothes. ~gswood 3~649. - GUberl's Steam .Wall­paint over paper. George GUbert, paper China Isabel Bunting. P_~ ::~~:t -- STlhipo rnc oSveerresm bIna , Up-or from my samples. Elt,venl of Swarthmore references. 6-1592. LOST WANTED 'W~A~;N'T;ErEDi )~~;T~y~p~i~n;g- ;tjo; ;d-o~ ;tajth ;;;;~ LORSaTle ig-hbiBcyocyl'es. 28 on e\~~n~typewriter. Call KI 3. 10 A.M. Railroad inch ~ information please WANTED .. Draw table. ~~ta~b~le~ ~or ~e:nd~ ~ta~b~le;~ ~io~ng~ t~3-~8~9~4~F7O'R~ R~E~N~T~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Chinese peel chairs. lamps. T:s;;;;;;u;:1 ; wood 4-3038. F'OR RENT~APARTMENT. more. Living room. bedroom. PATTON ROOFING COMPANY Established 1873 ROOFING - SPOUTING GUTTERS - SIDING OUR COMPANY IS BONDED BY JOHNS MANVILLE , U.S. GYPSUM RUBEROID -F-LlNTKOTE WANTED - Part -time and kitchenette. third floor. ('nnl typing and general offica WorK.' and quiet. Utilities Included. Garage Reply in own handwriting. b detalis of your experience. available. Phone etween 7 and 10 The Swarthmorean. P.M. Klngswood 3-8812. WANTED - Day's work or paR RENT - Media. sitting. Call TRemont room wi\h bath for -----------:---t gentleman. Nice location. WANTED - Young couple 6-0715. children need house or :p;~~t!~~i~l;;;i-"'rn:;r::-;rhr;;-;;;~g;;;;;1 Can't afford much but ,~ RENT - Three room house and yard In return. apartment. unfurnished. "3~5;54B~1 3-4444. Pebruary 1. Klngswood WANTED - Good home black and white. adorable ,uten .• Playful. well housebroken. wood 4-2651. - Mature woman lady or ballY.:::~it,.\ - Priday. Call Patar E. Told ILL LIlES DF 11.IIlIII ;W~A~NTfED- -~~Da~y'~s ;P;~~~II.U D.rt. ..... all. ............ . Ing or ironing. Klngswood 3-1833 6-8651. WANTED - Woman's golf Phone Klngswood 3-4548. Roomy 4 bedroom home. Living roum with Itone fireplace, screened porch, dining room" kitchen-family room, Two car detached garDl~'" Beautiful plantings. $20,500. I 1en1r7 RepUeII Pb.. BI a tw, EMIL SPIES WAtilW.lWO .... bel •• C._ ... _ l'SDe W.kh &lid D8 Yale Aft. CIac.t Repalra 1hrwt.Iunore. Pa. K'SsAved 3-1'" WlWA. BROOIS Asbea and Rnbhfsb Remo;e4 .... WIIII Mowed. General IlanilDlr Z3I IIarIIIq Aft. M--. PL JOHNS MANVlIJ,E Roofing • Siding • Insulalion • Roor and -Ceiling nles • WaU Paneling • Porch Enc1CK11ns • -AwnIngs • Window. • JalousIes • stUcco • Bridcpolntlns An Y_r -- ''',LI.''. _WidrO"' ....... PENNA ROO.j'ING A SmINGC::o. M ........ P .. Belvedere Convalescent Home 2507 Chestnut 81., Chester TRemont 2-5373 -.B. .-.........- eu. ea. ..... • ... aDdW_ :.z .......... - ....... rO. 7 DIM ,.:,.,.. Un'" 1WJDC~_rm- CISTDM I'STIL~TIDI' .. , H. D. CHURCH a, 'ABIIIE., .WABTMMDII Klngswood 4-2727 ~W"S.~~~~~4 ROOFING Gutters Warm-Air Heating Air Conditioning 'Sheet Metal Work IGaarp .,.MtI Co. BOX 48 CLohe 9-a358 HOW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ,HEAlS SUNDAY WFI L Radio - 8:45 A.M. GenlH'Gl Conttactor BUILDERS'SI .. ,,.. ItHt .... 1401 RIdJ-r A. I alii., PO. JanuarY.12. 1962 THE SWARTHMOREAN Page 1 TBESWARTHMOREAN-PRESBYTERIAN NOTES lation as a delegate. He will Amefican Track and Field Morning Worship and Church also. attend the meeting of the Isoclation being Iield there As- School will be held Sunday at ' . PUBUSHEDEVERYFRIDAYATSWARTHMORE, PENNA. 9:30 and 11 a.m. TheWomen's Bible class meets at 9: 30. The Pre-College grOU~ willmeetat 10:45 in the Women's Association Room. PErER E. TOLD. MARJORIE T. TOLD. Publishers Phone Klngswood 3-0900 PETER E. TOLD. Editor BARBARA B. KENT. Managing Editor Rosal1e D~ Peirs~1 Mary E. Palmer Marjorie T. Told Entered as Second Class Matter. January 24, 1929. at the Post Ornee at Swarthmore. Pa.. under the Act of March 3. 1819'. DEADLINE - WEDNESDAY 11 A.M. The Christian education com­lDittee will meet at 7:30 p.m. 011 Monday. Morning Prayers will be held I\t 9 on Tuesday, followed by the New Testament study group. I\t 10 o'clock. HolY Communion will be cele­brated at 8 a.m. on Wednesday SWABl'HMORE PENNA. FRIDAY, ,JAN.UARY 12. 1962 IUld aI 10 a.m. on Thursday. METHODIST NOTES Tuesday. , CIRCLE 11. Chairman Mrs. Mr. Kulp Nil! give the message The regular meeting and cover. Lewis C. Hitchner. will meet at at the 8:30 and 11 a.m. services ed dish luncheon of the Ladies' 9 a.m. Wednesday in the W.A. of Worship on SUnday. His sub- Bible class will be held at the Room. Circles meetil)g at 10:30 ject will be "The Church-His home of Mrs. John Trevethick. Wednesday are: New Creation." Sunday Schoo) 305 Dartmouth avenue, Wednes· CIRCLE 2 at the home of will be at 9:45 a.m. day at 12:30 p.m. Chairman Mrs. JamesH. Hornaday. The Senior High youth Pel- 7he Commission on Steward. 310 Dickinson avenue; CIRCLE lowship will meet at 7 p.m. Mr. ship and Finance will meet 3, C/Jalrman Mrs. John S. Mc- SChisler will speak on Germany Wednesday at 8 p.m. '~uade at the home of Mrs. Robert and its people. The Senior High Boy 1 e. 18 Amherst avenue; Group will also attend Delco- FRIENDS MEETING NOTES CIRCLE5.Chairman Mrs. Donald Sub-District 2:30 p.m. at C. C. The Peace Committee of the Hibbard. at the home of Mrs. W. Hanco*ck where the Reverend Meeting has arranged a displa;y AlfredSmith, 25 Amherst avenue; Raymond Tan will speak on the of pictures and puhlimtions reI. CIRCLE1.ChairmanMrs.Charles racially integrated church. The alive to the January Adult Forum Anderson, at the home of Mrs. group will roeet aI·the church at series. AIl;ong these is a com. Sidney Johnson, Jr .• 620 North 2 p.m. and motor over to C. C. bibliography of Peace Chester road; CIRCLE 8, Chair­Hanco*ck. /l;t~~~~tur":: man Mrs. Peter E. Told, at the The W.S.C.S.Bible Study group The library committee directs home o~ Mr~. William Gehring. will meet in the chapel of the attention to a new Dictionar;), /l05 U~l verslty pla~e;. CIRC!-,E church at 7:45 p.m. Monday. and Atlas' aiso Dodd's "The ,9, ChaIrmen Mrs. WIlliam L81m­The Hannah Circle will meet Bible Tod~," M~ryHoxie Jones' beer. at the home of Mrs. Marvel at the home of Mrs. Sarah Hoge, "The Standard of the Lord Lifted WUGon. 621 Strath Haven avenue; 15 lVooctbrook lane. at 9:~0 a.m. UP." and "The Lighted Heart." CIRCLE 10, Chairman Mrs. CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 'D.Evor Roberts, Minister Robart O.Browne,Assoc.Ministet Minister of Christian Education Sunday, January 14 9:15 A.M.-Morning WorShip 9: 15 A.M.-Church School 9:30 A.M.-Women's Bible Class 10:45 A.M.-Pre-College Group 11:00 A.M.-Morning Worship 11:00 'A.M.-Churcl! SChool Tuesdoy;·Jllnliary 16 9:00 A.M.-Morning Prayers 10:00 A.M.-New 'testament Study. Wednesday, January 17 8:00 A.M.-HOly Communion Women's Circle Meetings 1:30 P.M.-Annual Meeting of {he Congregatipn, and the Cor­poration of the· Church. Thursday, January 18 10:00 A.M.-Holy CommuniOn by Elizabeth Yates. Sarnuel Althouse. at the home a Mrs. Donald Crosset. 405 Thayer LEIPER CHURCH NOTES rO~aCLE 12. Chairman Mrs. J. Mr. Barber will be in Chicag~ B. M. Tyson. will meet at 12:30 from January 8 until January 25 in the W.A. Room. CIRCLE 1. attending the Ins titute of Indus· Chairman Mrs. Paul Williams. trial Relations as part of the program of the National Missions, will meet at 2 P.rn. at the home I DonaJld pf Mrs. Frank Holman, 203 Col­Fehr. a student at Penn- I~ge avenue. CIRCLE 14. Chair sylvania Military College. will man Mrs. William Porter. wi! conduct the service on Seminary meet at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Sunday. January 14. (I1rs. William Campbell. 525 Rut- The Pairs 'N' Spares will meet gers avenue. in the multi-purpose room on The Annual Meeting of the IS:~~~~:~I:t~omor~ow. at 8.p.m. . Congregation andthe Corporation I officers Will be In- of the church will be held at stalled at t.he. meeting of the ,:30 p.m. Wednesday. Women's GUlld on Tuesday at ______ _ p.lI!. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NOTES A communion service will be held Sunday at all Christian Science churches. "Sacrament" is the subject of the Lesson- Mrs. Lora A. Lord Mrs. Lora t •. Lord of 737 Har­" aId avenue. widow of Frank G. Lord, died Sunday afternoon i the Elnwood Nursing Home after a long illness. to be read. It will lay emphasis on commemorating the _._, M_E_T_H_O_D_I_S_T-C_H_U_RCH elfish life of Christ Jesus by his example. Born on september 6. 1880" in I\Il\loe. Mrs. 'Lord came to Swarth­llIore in October. 1960. from I:louth Pasadena. her home for The Rev. John C. Kulp, Minister The Apostle PaUl's advice to llIany years. James S. Mac Main I~:.~?~~~ constitutes the Golden Minister for Youth (I Tim. 4): Charles Schisler "Be thou an example of the Minister of Music in word. in conver- Sunday, January 14 8:30 A .M.-Morning Worship 9:45 A.M.-Sullday School 11:00 A.M.-Morning Worship 7:00 P.M.-Sr. High Pellowship Monday, January 15 7:45 P.M.-W.S.C.S. Bible in charity. in spirit. in I"""". in purity." THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY nF FRIENDS Sunday, January 14 9:45 A.M.-First-day School 9:45 A.M.-Adult Forum. Speaker Lawrence .Scott She is survived by two sons. John C. of' the Harvard avenue address and Philip B. of Susan­ville, Calif., five grandchildren and. two great grandchildren. A Memorial service was held In the Swarthmore Methodist ChUrch Tuesday morning. Further services will be held in the South PasadenaMethodist Churc ",here she had been a member for many years. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Altadena. Calif. TRINITY CHURCH 1: 00 A.M.-Meeting for Worship The Rev. Layton P. Zimmer, Monday, January 15 d M W'lll E D n I Dr. an rs. I am • a- Rector fo-rth of Dartmouth avenue had as The Rev. George R. McKelvey, All-day Sewing Po~ AFSC Illeir guests over part of the Curate Tuesday, January 16 leeent holidays their son and Sunday, January 14 8:00 P.M.-Month!} ;Ieeting for daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. (Epiphany II) Business. Ricl1ard W. Danforth of Hyatts- 8:00 A.M.-HolY Communion Wednesday, January 17 , vUle. Md .. and their son-In-law and Word All-day Quilting For AFSC anddaughterMr.and Mrs. Charles 9:30 A.M.-FamilyMornlngpray Davis ofPendle HlIl, Wallingford. er. Sermon and Church SChool FIRST CHURCH OF Tl1e Davlses remained until this 11:15 A.M.-Morning Prayer. w-eek. Sermon and Church SChool ·-CHRIST SCIENTIST Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. WUson 8:00 P.M.-Holy Communion Park Ayenue below Harvard of Walnut lane. have as their Monday, January 15 Sunday, January 14 house guest for several days 9;15 A.M.-Morning Prayer lilelrnleceMissEllzabeth Wilson 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer I :00 A.M.-Sunday SChool fl(l1D Charlottesville, Va. Tu .. day, January 16 11:00 A.M.-ThE! Lesso,~-sermon Dr. and Mrs. John H. Wigton 9:15 A.M.-Morning Prayer will be "SacraIDent. and children John. Susan. Pat. 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer evening meeting each 'and Cindy, spent Christmas and Wedne.doy, January 17 week, 8 P.M. Reading Room. NEW Year's on Water Island in 7:00 A.M.-Holy Communlllll 409 Dartmouth Avenue. open st. Thomas. Virgin Islands and 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Pr~~'''r week-days except hoUdays. 10- tlWO days In Puerto Rico on the 6:00 P.M.I...Evcnl;ol; ['r;'3er 5; Friday evening 7-9. leturn home. John, a student at 8:00 P.M.-Minishy of Healing - LEIPER PRESBYTERIA.N Grove City College, returned to Thurs~o), Januory 18 school last Sunday. 9:15 I •• M.-Momlng Prayer CHURCH Mr. George A. Hansell, Jr., of 9:30 A.M:;;"HOly Communion 900 Fairview Road ~or'h Swar\hmore.avenue left by 6:00 P.M.-Eyenlng Prayer The Rev. Jame. Barber, Minister p;'ane yesterday for Chicago. • ' 7 LIONS CLUB SPRINGFIELD ADULT SCHOOL 10 Monday Nights - 8:00 P.M. JANUARY 29 THROUGH APRIL 2 Bridge. Beginners Bridge. Intermediate Typing, Allieveis Sewin g. All levels Russian. Intermediate Painting. Oils Investments Woodworking LeathercrMt $8 Effecti Ve Speaking '$8 8 Modern Math for Parents Ii 8 Guitar Playing 8 8 Physical Fitness, Women's oS 8 Golf ' 5 8 Square DanCing. Beginners 5 6 Smail Boat Handling 5 8 Ballroom Dancing, • 8 Intermediate Couples 10 REGISTRATION (and INFORMATION) at Springfield High School Tuesday, Jon. 23, and Thursday, Jan. 25 7:30~9:00 P.M. Information: KI 3-4240 after 5:00 P.M. SNOW PLOWING Parked cars have seriously interfered with the plowing of snow on the Bo,ough streets. To facilitate this work the Borough has adopted a plan for parking on one side of the street only during and immed_ iately followina a snow storm. On even numbered days of the month parking sholl be on the side of the street having even house numLers and on odd numbered days on the side haVing odd house numbers, except in the parking meter zones of the Business Section. Y(here at all possible off-street par~lng shall be the duty of the car OWners. , This plan is for efficiency and speed in clearing the streets and the full cooperation of' all residents of the Borough is Imperative. - BOROUGH OF SWARTHMORE NON.SECTARIAN w. offer funeral Mrvica to • INE GLIYER H. BAIR COe .,IICI.II .... 1820 CHI.INU' .'1111 ....... ' I MMrr ....... I? 1: '1 ••• 10 .... . PLENTY OF HOT WATER WHEN lOU NEED IT! Whatever the need - the laundry or a shower - ~n automatic gas water heater keeps an ample supply of rust­free hot water on hand all the time. What's more, you enjoy trouble-free, worry-free water heating with gas. Choose your automatic 9a~ water heate, soon at your plumber'S, deo/er'1I or any Philadelphia Electric Company suburban showroom. Sunday, January 14 Ill.. where he will altend the. N a: t Ion a 1 Convention of the N.tlonaICollegeAthletic .ASsoc-, PHILADELPHIA EUC,.IC COMPAI' ',' . '. . -,' ,,-,' . "., ' ' .

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January 12. 1962 PageB Councilmen Honp~oyersrr ,fa rce Delights Memorial Service Fo 1U0b0r ary TOJCirc~late s~~, A~a::;:EJ:e~~g of ~he New uvem es swartb.q!ore Mllsic Club will be IKte I i n.n g M'e m be rs Club Audiences 'Mrs. Harry Walters A rich start In the '!ew year is held Sunday at 8 p.mser~t:ne People who go to the theat~r planned f?r young swarhthm~~e ~~~e G o! ~~:;s ~:!~. Chester: f fad entertainment are 10 Ih W F readers this Saturday w en e .0 e~ , Boro Officials Gather t~~lr!~enientthisweek if they've U or as onner public librliry places more than S The riOgrarr will ~e~t~rea~Js~ , 'ded The Plilyers Club's ,100 new juvenile books out for usan n. p ana so 0 s • , For Friday Dinner ' ~~~;:nt production "Ring ~ound Wallingford Resident circulation. The books will in. ~trl~g qU~I\~tte'b consl:tt~gui:! , the Moon" in their own round of , . rvlces were held elude something literally for all r. saac c oen er.g an Two members of Swarthmore activities _ no purging in the Memonal sed In the swartii- tastes and ages. de V r I e s. violimsts; Oliver ,Borough Council whose terms classical Greek sense. n? de- at 2 P.~. S~::er'tin Church for For the teens there will be Rogers. viola •. and, Bill I~OI:. "oded on December 31. were pression. repression and dlspalr more rps wn Walters'author. half a dozen new mysteries. a cello. ~Iet~r deVlles w e guests of honor at a dinner ~iven in the Modern Trend. It's' a farce Mrs. Zelia :r~ turer wno died just-publlshed Andre Norton the pianIst 10 the piano quintet. Friday night by other councilmen bright and llght - a comedy by teacher an J ec '4 In our science fiction and a wide as" pus 44. by Schum.nn. f lals d Thursday. anuary • '. ' , and borough 0 fic. France's Jean Anouilh. adapte, dY ' f L urdes HOSPital. Cam, sortment of adventure. romance; "rSaw It In The Swarthmarean" Birney K. Morse of Harvard by England's Christopher Fry. La 0 0 87 and non-fiction. Younger read-' , avenue and Harry Wood of Walnut and produced very ably by den. She wat~rs . the ';idow of ers on the other hand will be lane. both decided not ~ run. for Swarthmore's Players, Mrs. W~ lte~s was a form'er delighted with such sure-fir MODERN re-election after SenlDg eight Philip Price Is busier than a Har.:r ~. f ~alli~gfOrd She was hits as Bennett Cerf's new DRUGS years. Mr. Morse ~ad been pres- one-armed skyhook hanger. for res I en 0 of four books for rollicking collection of riddles. ident of Council s~nce 195~. and he directs the production. plays t~:ldauthor d published thr<ie a new Dr. Seuss. Il!ld several YOUR Mr. Wood was vlce-preSldent. the part of twins with consider- c liu ren ~na collection of her books for the very beginning ., 'BEST Joseph Reynolds. whose term able aplomb and designed the vo ,mes ad reader ,as Swarthomr e mayor also ended most impress• ive set. Jeanne Ite stSohnee s wana s eas snaaytsi.v e of Akron., Of s.p ecial interest , are some at the close o~ the year. was to Nolte is charming in the diff~ 0 d was a historian on the 25 titles which have been ac­have been a third honored guest. cult role of the one more o.r less W~St~~D Reserve Territory. She quired as duplicates for anum­but was unable to atten~. . sane creature in a collectIOn of taught in the Sunday School of ber of the library's most popular The dinner was held 10 Spnng- harmless nuts plushly placed In the Swarthmore Presbyterian and widely read books. These field with Councilman Herman life. Jean Milne. the aunt to Ch h purchases will be made through- Bloo?, as chairman. The progra~ several of the characters. is ~:~. 'Walters is survived by a out the next few months Ill>. part COfiSlSted almost entir~ly of hum delightful. " daughter Mrs. Marjorie W. Smith of the library's planned rejuv-orousrefe~ ences to a Wide Vari~: One cannot overlook Willl~ of Waillngford; a son Harry L.; enation of its entire children's of ex.penences shar:d by I Whitlock as a patron of the ,arts. four grandchildren and 13 great collection; the ultimate goal of councilmen during then terms n Mary poyntz as an exce6dlDgly d h'ldren this studY which will Include the government of Swarthmore. exasperating mother; Rober t gr~~l_.:..- a careful 'Inventory of all the COUilcilman ~loom arranged a Ravacon as a melancholy mill- juvenile titles. is to have event-group of' drawlDgs and cartoons ionaire. nor George' Carango as TOLLEY NAMED BELL ually duplicate copies of all the toill~strate some of the problems the secretive se~retary. ,And most popular titles avallable In and lSsues of the past four years certainiy not LOUIse Harnson th l'b 9.ry - including the appointment of and Ann Carango as the young DIVISION MANAGER e I r _. ______ , tbe youth guidance committee. nieces finally settled. roman-the zoning discussions about tically speaking; nor yet James ACCEPTS NEW POSITION proposed fences. and the Issue Hornaday and Katrina Ives. who Douglas G. Tolley of 558 Richard Snyder of Dar tmouth , ofthestreetpaving in swarthmore have indeed "crumbled" and Rutgers avenue has' been ap- avenue has accepted a pOSition Hills. "faded" respectively as butler pointed Bell Telephone Company as assislant secretary of the Modern drugs may, Rave your liCe - anrl at really reason­able costs. They almost al­ways reduce your total cost of sickness because they are 80 effedive. We regularly carry all the· new products, so bring your prescriptions to Us. Fair prices, always. A G. CATHERMl\N PHARMACIST 17 South Chester Road Swarthmore. Penna The center of attraction at the and companion. Pierre Poynt. division operations manager for Morton Savings and Loan Assoc­affair was a handsome piece of who two-steps past the view. the company's suburban-north iatlon of Morton. IDs appoint­mobile art which hung over the and two footmen. who appear division. mentbecame effective January 1. heads of the COU~lCilme~ to re- more frequently and more anon- Tolley will be re~ponsible for I~~~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;~;;.;;;.;;.;;;;;;;_;;;;;;;;;; mind tbem of disCUSSIOn and ymously. complete this very able, the commercial. traffic and plant l,i!!I.IDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHlllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllnmIllIIft1IRIIIHIIIRIIBIWrn: 4 IIIlnllltHIlllllj; debate over the expressway 10- talented crew beautifully dir- supervision throughout the com- '=_5 _; cation. Prominent in this mobile ected.· pany's suburban-north division SINCE were pieces of tree roots which Among the charms of the play. which includes the Jenkintown ,§ 5 had appropriately been dyed red. in addition to the cast. is that and Bucks districts. 1_ yello.,.. green. and blue. it's zany without being ravolting. A graduate of Rensselaer Poly --=-= JANUARY I, 1962 WE HAVE BEEN RECEIVING §==_5 Among guests at the dinner and sophisticated with a dif- technical Institute. Mr. Tolley were the borough's two new in- ference. It wasa pleasure to see. served with the Armed Forces - ,i coming councilmen. Ed~ard K. . during World War II before start- § NOTICE AFTER NOTICE THAT MANY CAMERAS; Cratsley and Harry G.'Smilh. and CHARLES LUKENS HEADS ing with the telephone company ==-_sl ' ' , _ the new mayor. Charles G., in 1946. AND PROJECTORS ARE GOING' UP IN PRICE ! Thatcher. other councilmen at- BOROUGH COUNCIL He was named plant super- ! teuding were willia'!' H. Gill. Continued from Page 1 visor with 'the executive oper- § 5 Jr .• C. "Mace Gowing. Charles tween his police salary and his ations department in 1954. dis- ~_=i THIS MEANS THAT 'JUR NEXT ORDERS WIll ;: W. Lukens. and Robert H. Wilson. Army Reserve pay during his trlct piant superintendent In ;; Borough officials who were pre- annual training period. not to Upper Darby In 1955 and acting = § sent included: exceed 17 days. disbursem*nts acco~ntlng man- =:::==_- Ruth A. B. Townsend. borocgh Letter to Governor ager in 1957. BAETFA,lLHED/GWHE'RTHpR'T,CEME.S THAT MUST BE SOlD =Is secretary; Hen.r:r B. C:0les• Jr .•. Mrs. William McDermott. pres- Tolley was appointed general manager; Elliott Rlcharoson. Ident of the local League of plant personnel supervisor fat ;: ;; consultant; Clarence G. MYers. Women Voters. asked Council eastern Pennsylvania in 1958 i _ soliCitor; G. D. Houtman. en- to write to Governor Lawrence and in April 1960 he became 5 ~ gineEr; Dr. J. Albright Jo~es. requesting that he call a speCial division pla~t supertntendent in §_=====i SHOULD WE SAY MORE? ==iii health officer; George M. Ewmg. session for the purpose of re- Philadelphia. He had served as William H. Gehring. H. Lindley organizing the State Senat e and division plant superintendent in E!~ Peel. board of adjustment; A. House of Representatives so that north Philadelphia since Aukust. e = Sidney Johnson, Jr .. civil ser- the number of senators and re- 1960. .. v1ce;WaltonH.NasonandThomaspresentati,es would be in ac- '---""-~- -=i_ Camera & Hobby Shop: w. Hopper. from planning com- cordance with latest Federal ~ mission; Peter E. Told and census. Mrs. McDermott pointed Steve Hansell. son of Mr. an d § !i Donald S. Guthrie. magistrates; out that DelaNare County is Mrs. George A. Hansell. Jr .• of ~ , 4 _ G Park Avenue, SWlrthmore, PI. 5 John A. Schumacher. tax col- entitled to two senators instead North Swarthmore avenue. enter- § , ! lector; and Walker Penfield. fro of its present one. and_ to nine tained at an open house during = KI 3-4191 frj A.M PM - the tree committee. members instead 01 its seven in the recent holidays for members 5 .. ....Ji • fa 8:30 • .E! the House. Council agreed to of last year's graduating class ~ ! CUBS MEET TONIGHT ' AT METHODIST CHURCH write to the Governor. as well from Swarthmore High SchooL, ~UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlIIIIUUIIHlIIIIUUlIIIIIUWIIUUIINIIHIU1UIHIIIIUIIIIIIIHUIIIIUIIMlwlHIUUHlIIIIIlIlIIItii as to current Delaware County Cub Pack 432 will hold Its members of the Legislature and regulruj monthly meeting tonigh to the county chairmen of the at 7:30 in the Methodist Church. two polltical parties asking that A highlight of the program wil they seek such a special session be a talk and slides on Vietnam and Introduction and support of by Robert Ken of Dartmout the representation adjustment. avenue. Charles F. Rocke. certified public accountant firm. was re­The hnman brain weighs Gn employed to audit the past year's three and a half to fou! pour,cis records. ' ' ., IN MEMORIAM JOSEPH V. BUCKLEY 1897 - 1961 <,""'1M' U Cot.t£e~ Noh uk Carpeting • Complete PrIce R!3nge • Oriental Rugs :00 Perk Ave., Swertlwnorej P., Klrogswood 3-6000 - C ..... rbrook 9 4646 Weekend Special SWIFT'S, PREMIUM SIRLOIN T·BONE PORTERHOUSE " I " , I ------------_._----, It costs no more to en;oy the Best at , , , I The' SVr!11'thnore College- LibrElr~ Sviartl1more 1; (I • JAN 191962 , , ELEMENTARY HOME & SCHOOL TUESDAY 'S P.M. THE SWARTHMOREAN' 'ELEMENTARY HOME & SCHOOL TUESDAY 8 P.M. .. VOLUME 34 - NUMBER 3 SWARTHMORE, PA., FRiDAY, JANUARY 19 1962 $4.00 PER YEAR R.' Ches'ter Spe' nc' er' COMMUNITY DA DR. J. ALBRIGHT JONES ASSEMBLIES MONDAY Service for The sixth. seventh and eighth Funeral On Tuesday OF PRAYER Junior Assemblies will F h J 28 The Swarthmore Community , Imeet on Monday at the Woman's arag er, an, Day of Prayer will be helll on ' Hostesses for the sixth "toLdel Pn'ntl'ng F·,'rm Presl'dent Thursday from 10:30 a.m. t02 j, Mrs. ,Dean Caldwell Widow of W,F, Faragher P.m .. at the Met,hodist Church. .,',' ~uccumbed • John Seyferth. Hosts CI b d W January 12 Leaders for the day will be the seventh grade are Mr. and U woman an riter Rev. and Mrs. Charles Murray . Paul Gay and Mrs. Horneff; Funeral services for Robert of the Presbyterian Church 01 the eighth grade Mr. and Mrs. Died on January 16 Chester Spencer were held at '~~~i:~;;e will be provided. Jackson and Mr. Mrs. Nina M. Faragher. wife 01 2th p.m. Tueshd ay, Januaryb 1t 6,I in Hot beverages will b e serve d a t Randolph Lee, Dr. Warren F. Faragher uf the e Swart more Pres y er an the lunch hour. Everyone is cor- ;., Swarthmore Apartments died' on 3C3h0u rcNh.o rtSh peSnwcearr thhmado rel ivaevden UaEt dlally invited. To Tuesday. January 16. In the-since 1920 and had malntalned Pennsylvania Hospital. a summer home on Elfin Lake., P I Mrs. Faragher was a long time Vt .• f'or the past 35 years. He Book Appraiser aren s member of the Woman's Club of , Swarthmore and its literature de-died Friday night, January ,12, '&School Sets partment. where her writings. in'Taylor Hospital. Ridley Park, Address' many 0 f which earn ed state where he had undergone an 25 Meeti awards. were 'valued. Her essay operation the preceding Tue!lday. Program to be Heard ng "Reflections al Fifty" opened Althoughin reduced health since Home and School AS,SO()-I vistas of expectation for many suffering a stroke two years ago. Tuesday A"ernoon at 2 iation, Elementary Section. women of all ages. Another ex-he had continued as president il DS meet Tuesday. January 23. preSSion of her love of beauty of John Spencer. Inc .• printing Next Tuesday at 2 p.m. the DR, JONES HEA 8 p.m. in the Primary was In her fiower a:rangements. ,firmatEighth and Sproul streets. literature department. Mrs. L. H~ pose Room. Elementary Club members remember espec- Chester. founded by his Cather Pownali. chalrman. will present MEDICAL SOCIETY Dr. Jack Gibb. educator :of ially one of Magnolia blossoms in 1866.. Mrs. Peter E. Told in an ap- and youth groups. in a black container which cent- Born in Chester on July 20' I'PI'alllal of the season's books., writer. and group eredattraction at an annual open- 1881. Spencer was the son of among them "Cloud Forest." Local Pediatrician Heads will have as his subject ing tea. She was also a member John Spencer who began his "Franny and Zooey." "Sinclalr ing Our youth to Assume ·Re- of the Poet Circle. printing apprenticeship in Eng- Lewis: An American' Life." County Doct r S 'ty nponsibility." She was born in Parkersville. land before coming' to this "Love Song to the Plains." ors oCle Willlam stanton. president Kansas. and grew ,up in Seneca. countryandestabllsheda weekly "The Moon and the Thorn." Dr. J. Albright Jones of Eim the elementary section. will Kansas. She attended Washburn newspaper. the Delaware "Captain Newman. M. D .... avenue was installed as pres- th;~ee~~~: Ell Wismer. College. now the Municipal Col- Ahids vporcianttein. ga cto tmhpea nsya mine Ctihmels!,t ears. O"Wfh"e n Found. Make a Verse iMde dnit oI f Soth eI ' tD elat wtahr e ~~~~~,n::~~E~an of the education lege of Topeka. Kans0a9s , Shde wh as After gradulition from Ches t er . T Id h id e tlc a c e y a e ml'ttee of Home and S'chool married in June. 19 • Ida n ra s High School Spencer wen t t 0 Mkrs. o. iw 0 tres es an meDe ng on January 11th. Mrs. Colin Bell wl'll been a Swarthmore res ent or work in his father's plant. He Par avenue, s a pas pres- r. Jones Is assistant Mrs; John Rlcksecker will be 28 years. became active head of the ident of the club and an honor-' fessor of pediatrics at charge of refre'shments at Besides Dr. Faragher. who is business in 19 15 • three ' ar1y b'm ember. Shet Its' thet sentiho r Unti veSr sh*t y o1f Pfe nnsdyil vIa nia Grad- close of the meeting. vice-presidfe nt of the Researicth ' ID c u s represen a Ive a e ua e c 00 0 Me c ne. He is Teachers, and parents of Institute 0 Temple Univers y prior to his father s death. s Junior Club. a Chief in PediatriCS at the and junior high and also a consultant for Oxy-mother. the form'lr Mary E. Mrs. Told has given many book Philadelphia General Hospital, all others interested in Catalyst. Ir,c .• of Berwyn. she Spiller of Palermo. Me .• ,was an talk I Philad 1 hi d it h h t h d at I t f d d i t d s n epa an s were e eac es. an Tay or subJ'ectare, invited to is survi ved by two sons. Mr. ehxerp ehru spbraonod - rIne ath eer eaanr lya dsasy ss eo f suburbs. As a book-lover. ·she Hospital; a member of the Visit- Robert V .• of Philadelphia. and seeks to arouse interest in !lnd ing Staff of Children's Hospltal"""J~,",T''''D "'0 ,DIS' CUSS Mr.' William. A., of Ocean City. 'cthoen vefiirtmed. tTohae mAodnvtholcya tpei ctwUarse appreoiatlon of books in club and a member ri . the C' ourtesY.-" N.J. • and six grandchildren. and church groups. Staff of Delaware County. ASPECTS OF PEACE There will, be no viewing or magazine in 1938. and was dis- Besides club work. Mrs. "'ft'" , Mawr. Crozier. Chester and Funeral Service. but a Memorial continued four years later. dur- active in community and Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospitals. The Adult Forum series Church Service will be held for ing World War n. church llfe. She is on the board Dr. Jones has been'the Swarth- January at the Frier-ds Mlel~t~~~~friends on Sunday. Januarq 28. Spencer was a member of of the Gibbens Home, the board more Borough Health Officer for House on the campus will at 3 p.m.. in the Swarthmore advisory board of the of the Swarthmore Public Li- 21 years. and active in the as the speaker on Sunday Rohertl Presbyterian Church. brancb, Phtlarlelohia brary. and a director of the Red NationalFoundation as chairman A. Clark. M. D .• whose SUbje1cti The family requests that no '(C'ontlnued,on Page 8) Cross. of the Medical Advisory Com- is "Psychological Aspects flowers be sent and wishes to S F h ' mtttee. Two years ago he thePeaceRace."BorninBoston. express appreciation for the Mothers et al en Ireland Representative ceived an award for 10 yearS he was graduated from Harvard falthfulness of friends during service to the foundation. College and Medical School. Mrs. Faragher's extended illness. Night Dinner Dale T0 U, N, He ' I ' al' b f th' a Rockefeller Fellow at the To Speak Here Health sands~e~f:::mC~~n~il e G. Jung Institute. Zurich. Frederick Boland. representa- Delaware County. the Medical came from the Western MRS. RANDALL IN Annual Program Willtlve of Ireland in fhi Unite,il Advisory Committee of the atric Institute in pittsburgh Nations and former chalrman Community Nursing Service. snd act as the cllnical director RED CROSS POST Take Place Thursday the U.N. General Assembly. will is the Rose Tree School Phy-, the Friends Hcspital in t'n11a<le"-1 Mrs. WayneH. Randall of North speak at the college in the sician. phia. Swarthmore avenue has accepted The Annual Fathers' Njght Friends Meeting House on Sun- He has contributed a number Mr. Clark is now the an appointment as vice-chairman Dinner, given by the Swarthmore day at 8:15 p.m. Admission of articles to the pediatric director of the Northeast of the Southeastern Chapter Mothers' Club will take place .free and the public is invited. medical llterature. particularly Health Clinic and' is American Red Cross Community on Thursday at 6:30 p.m; in Mr. Boland's lecture is the field of Cystic Fihrosis. professor of psychiatry at lservices to Hospitals and In- McCahan Hall of the Presby- sored jointly by the Dr. Jones was responsible for Jefferson Medical College. stallations, according to official terlan Church. ' Cooper ,Foundation and the organization of tb'e first joined the Society of Friends announcement by the chapter. The guest speaker will William I. Hull Peace Funel. Cystic Fibrosis Chapter in Providence. R. I.. on Mrs. Randall's specific re- Robert V. Donato. topic of his speech is'to Philadelpllia. , 7. 1941. is a melflber and sponslbility will be at the U. S. tendant of the Ridley announced. ,..:'--________ man of the Friends Peace Naval Hos'pital. 'Tralned in School District. He will speal{I":===~~-_____ -, mittee of Philadelphia, Nurses Aid at the Chester Hos-on his views about his recent BAR ASS'N ELECTS unl'or Women Meeting. He' was one of pital In 1943. Mrs. Randall is, trip to the Soviet Union. Mr. A Sidney Johnson. Jr.. founding members of thei d chairman of Nurshe s dA id fotir the Donato. along with 17 other North Chester road. was recently Mexl'co Travel Talk Conference on Relig on an SwarthmoreBranc an con nues school superintend ants. was elected second vice Psychology. her hospital service. Her interest askea by the National Edur-aUonl of the Delaware County _o ____ ' __ . _______ ' __ -j and cooperation in the Swarth- Association to take this 32 day Association. John P. Tr'~vaski,s,1 P W'II Be T d more Branch service to hospitals trip in order tQ observe the Jr .• of South Chester road rogram I ues ay; JOHN W. HASOH NAMED and installations is of steady Soviet Schoo! System. elected a director. B d M Ja CARLETOH COLLEGE PRe growth. Mrs. Frank Moore. vlce-pres- oar to eet nuary Dr. John W. Nason, president gident. is in charge of the pro- -., I , b' of Swarthmore College from 1940 ram for the evening and Mrs. G.S. NEIGHBORHOOD 'Tbe Junior Woman s Clu s 1 k to 1953. was named Saturday William A. Shaw is chalrman MEETING JAN. 24 are 00 - president of Carleton ·College. the dinner. The dinner forward to taking a vicarious consist of roast beef. butter. All adult G i r 1 Sc 0 u t s and t 0 sunny Me x ic'p on T ues day Northfield. Minn. 'rolls and beverages supplled, Leaders are asdk ed tof nho te the I:~:::~~~~ At 8 p.mT.. Calv i n. Dr. Nason. president of the the club, and the members change in the ate 0 t e next of, American ~"u"~''''-I Foreign Policy Association. was bllng homemade salads. casse- Neighborhood meeting. wI II present a Me x i can H0 liday chosen as.the fifth president of ,The meeting will be held on ID talk ill b the college at a meeting Of the roles. and desserts. January 24 at 1 p.m .• at the home s w e ac- Carleton Board, of trustees. 'rhe following members f by a film. assisting .M. rs. Shaw.' ' 0 Mrs. Joseph Donovan. Mr. Jo h nson h as been eimp daye Dr. Nason is a native of St_ Mrs. FranCis Tracy, Mrs, Elm_ av_enu_e. the al r II nes .•o r seven years. Paul. Minn .• and an alumnus of Anthony Plnnie. Mrs. Florence A native Of Richmond. Va.. he Carleton. CONCERT TONIGHT The Philadelphia Woodwind ~ulntet will perform at the col­lege in Clotliler Hafl tonight at 8:15 p.m. Members of the '~uintet' are Robert Cole. flute; John De­Lancle. oboe; Antony Gigliotti. clarinet; Sol Schoenbach, bas­Coccia. Mrs. Marge Schaeffer, CANDIDATE FOR QUEEN first entered their servIce in soon; ,and Mason Jones. horn. Mrs. Helen Secoda. and Mrs. Carol Williams.' daughter Of that city. For the pest year, he , " They will perform a program of SKATERS GRATEFUL. TOO? works by Cambini. Franz Danzl, Sally Lemon. Mr. and Mrs. Ned B. Williams of has' been sales representative Mrs. Paul Reiser is in charge Dogwood lane. is one of seven in the Phlladelphla district sales of decorations. Mrs. Rlc:h.olfdl candidates for Queen of the42nd office. Eckenroth of admissions. Annual Winter Carnival of Bates The January 30 board meeting Mrs. Paul Horn, Mrs. Joseph College. Lewiston. Me. The cor- of the club will be held at the Trout, and Mrs. William onatlon will be held Thursday 500 North Chester road hoine of Shaw. telephoning.' evening. Mrs. John A. Gersbach at 8 p. m. The Swarthmore Recreation Wallingford Riegger. Walter Association wishes to thank Piston., and Florent Schmitt. Swarthmore Volunt,eer Fire Com- The. concert, is, sponsor~ by pany for Its offer to flood the ice the ccillege's Cooper Foundation at CrumCreek to keep It In SKIU-, and is open to the public. free ing condition duririg the of charge. weather.

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INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE THE SWARTHMOREAN January 12, 1962 PageS r ' M • I Se' F Library To Circulate ~8~~~~~~BC~~~~~T Counc'llmen Honor Players Farce Dehghts emorla rvlce 0 J 'I The Januaiy nieetlng ~f the , 100 New uvem es Swarthmore Music Club Will be Club Audiences Ref.·r·lng Me' mbers .•Mrs H arry Walters A rich start in the new year is held Sunday at 8 p,mS' a\:e d ~ g swarthmore home of Mrs. Harry eTO n, People who go to the theat~r planne ?r yo un when the 309 Governor's drive, Chester, BolO OIficials Gather ~~~i~~e~~dnt~~\~r~~~1~~h~;':~ ulhor Was Fonner ~~~~f~sli~:ryS;~~de": more ;h;'" su~:~ t~gr:an:il!o~~~!~rea~~s~ , 'd d Th Players Club's ,100 new juvemle books ou or I , ,',,[ For Friday Dinner ~~~;~n~ pro~u~tio!, "Ring Jlor1 Wallingford ReSident . circulation. ';'he I~~o~l w~l~ ~i ~~.i~;aa~U~~~~~~be~~~~:t~~ui~e the Moon" In theH own ro~n 0 Memorial services were hd<! clude somethmg I er Y 0 de V r I e s violinists' Oliver Two members of swarthmore activi,ties - no purgmg 10 th~ at 2 p, m. Saturday in the swarth- tastes and ages. . I b Rogers, ~iola,. and Bi.ll Golz, Borough Council whose terms clasSical Greek sense, n? d~ more Presbyterian Ch~ch for For the teens there W~I e cello. Pieter deVries will be ... nded on December 31. were pressbn, repression and dlspaH Mrs Zelia Brown Walters'Buthor, half a dozen new mysteries, a the pianist in the piano quintet guests of honor at a dinner given in the Modern Trend. It's a farce . h d lecturer who died just-published Andre Norton b S h " ' Friday uight by other councilmen bright and light - a comedy by ~~c e; an January '4 in Our science fiction, and a wide as- Opus 44, y c um>nn. and borough officials. France's Jean Anouilh, adapted ~rs i L urdes Hos~ital, Cam sortment of adventure, romance, "I Saw It In The Swarthmorean" Birney K. Morse of Harvard by England's Christopher Fry, La y hO 0 87 and non-fiction. Younger read- , , avenue an d H any W0 0 d of Walnut and produced very a bl Y bY deMn ' S eW w lIeras sthe. .w idow of ers, on th e 0 th er h and WI'1 1 ,b e lane, both decided not to run for Swarthmore's Players. rs. H ~Valte;s was a former delighted with such sure-fue re-election after sening eight Philip Price is busier than a ~~ri~ent' of Walli~gford, She was hits. ~s Bennett Cerf'~ new years. Mr. Morse had been pres- one-armed skyhook h~nger, for e author of four books for rolllck1Og collection of nddles, ident of Council since 1958, and he directs the production, plays th'ld nct publl'shed thrue a new Dr. Seuss, and several Mr. Wood was v'lrcee-spl 'dent. the part of tw1"0s tWIh c'ondsl e r - cvholiu mreens oaf a coll<lltion of her books for the very b eg1. 0m. ng Joseph Reynolds, whose term able aplomb, and deSigned the tries and essays. reader. as Swarthmore mayor also ended most impressive set. Jeannette s ~he was a native of Akron" Of special interest are some 'at the close of the year, was to Nolte is charming in the d,ff,. 0., and was a historian on the 25 titles whic.h have been ac­have been a third honor~d guest, cult role of the one more or less western Reserve Territory. She quired as dupltcates for anum­but was unable to attend. sane creature in a collecllon ?f taught in the Sunday School of ber of the library's most popular The dinner was held in Spring- harmless nuts plushly placed 10 the Swarthmore Presbyterian and widely read books. These field with Councilman Herman life. Jean Milne, the aunt to Church. purchases will be made through- Bloom as chairman. The program several of the characters, IS Mrs. Walters is survived by a out the next few months a§. part consisted almost entirelY of hum- delightful. .. daughter Mrs. Marjorie W. Smith of the library's planned rejuv-orousreferencestoa wide variety One cannot overlook Wilhan; of Wallingford; a son Harry L.; enation of its entire children's of experiences shared by the Whitlock as a patron of the .arts, four grandchildren and 13 great collection; the ultimate goal of councilmen during their terms in Mary Poyntz as an exCeedlOgly randchildren, this study, which will include the government of swarthmore. exasperating mother; Rober t g ______ a careful inventory of all the Councilman ~Ioom arranged a Ravacon as a melancholy mill- juvenile titles, is to have event-group of drawlDgs and cartoons ionaire, nor George· Carango as TOLLEY NAMED BELL ually duplicate copies of all thE toillustrate some of the problems the secretive secretary. .And most popular titles available in and issues of the past four years certainly not Louise Harnson th l'b afy - including the appOintment of and Ann Carango as the young MANAGER ~~_. __________ , the youlh guidance committee, nieces finally settled, roman- DIVISION . the zoning discussions ~bout tic ally speaking; nor yet James ACCEPTS NEW POSITION proposed fences, and the Issue Hornaday and Katrina Ives, who Douglas G. Tolley of 558 Richard Snyder of Dar tmouth orthesfleetpaving in swarthmor& have indeed "crumbled" and Rutgers avenue has' been ap- avenue has accepted a position Hills. "faded" respectively as butler pointed Bell Telephone Company as assistant secretary of the MODERN DRUGS .. ,YOUR BEST Modern drugs may save your life - and at really reason­able costs. They almost al­ways reduce your total cost of sickness because they are so effective. We regularly carry aU the new productsJ so bring your prescriptions to us. Fair prices, always. A G. CATHERMAN PHARMACIST 17 South Chester Road Swarthmore, Penno The center of attraction at the and companion. Pieri. Poynt, division operations manager for Morton Savings and Loan Assoc­affair was a handsome piece of who two-steps past the view, the company's suburban-north iation of Morton. His appoint­mobile art which hung over the and two footmen, who appear division. mentbecame effective January 1. heads of Ihe councilmen 10 re- more frequently and more anon- Tolley will be responsible for 1--------------1-------------:­mind Ihem of discussion alld ymously, complete this very able, the commercial, traffic and plant ;l!jUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlUIHIIII110111111111111111]; debate over the expressway 10- talented crew beautifully dir- supervision throughout the com- '~ ~ cation. Prominent in this mobile ected.' pany's suburban-north division 5 SINCE 5 hwaedr ea pppireocpersi aotefl Ytr ebee erno odtyse dw hreicdh, inA amdodnigti otnh e toc hathrme sc aosf tt,h eis ptlhaya,t wanhdi cBh llicnkcsl uddisetsr ictthse. Jenkintown _1==_= JANUARY 1, 1962 WE HAVE BEEN RECEIVING i==-== yello'N, green, and blue. it's zany without being revolting, A graduate of Rensselaer Poly Among guests at the dinner and sophisticated with a dif- technical Institute, Mr. Tolley were tbe borough's two new in- ference.lt was a pleasure to see. served with the Armed Forces coming councilmen, Edward K. during World War II before start- Cratsley and Harry G. Smith, and CHARLES LUKENS HEADS ing with the telephone company the new mayor, Charles G. in 1946. Thatcher. other councilmen at- BOROUGH COUNCIL He was named plant super-tending were William H. Gill, Continued from Page 1 Visor with the executive oper- Jr., C. "Mace Gowing, Charles tween his police salary and his ations department in 1954, dis­W. Lukens, and Robert H. Wilson. Army Reserve pay during his trict plant superintendent in Borough officials who were pre- annual training period, not to Upper Darby in 1955, and acting sent included: exceed 17 days. disbursem*nts accounting man- Ruth A. B. Townsend, borough Letter to Governor ager in 1957. AND PROJECTORS ARE GOING UP IN PRICE THIS MEANS THAT' JUR NEXT ORDERS WILL BE FILLED WITH ITEMS THAT MUST BE SOLD A T A HIGHER PRICE. secretary; Henry B. Coles, Jr., Mrs. William McDermott, pres- Tolley was appointed general manager; Elliott Richarason, ident of the local League of plant personnel supervisor for consultant; Clarence G. MYers, Women Voters, asked Council eastern Pennsylvania In 1958 solicitor; G. D. Houtman, en- to write to Governor Lawrence and in April, 1960, he became 5= =;;; gine .. ; Dr. J. Albright Jones, requesting that he call a special division plant supertntendent in =_~_ SHOULD WE SAY MORE? =~ health officer; George M. Ewing, session for the purpose of re- Philadelphia. He had served as William H. Gehring, H. Lindley organizing the State Senat e and division plant superintendent in 5 5 Peel, lloard of adjustment; A. House of Representatives so that north Philadelphia since Aullust, iii iii Sidney Johnson, Jr., civil ser- the number of senators and re- 1960. ~ ~ vice;1ValtonH.NasonandThomaspresentatives would be in ac- ------------- ~=Camera & Hobby ShOP5=~ W. Hopper, from planning com- cordance with latest, Federal mission; Peter E. Told and census. Mrs. McDermott pointed Steve Hansell, son of Mr. and 5 § Donald S. Guthrie, magistrates; out that Delaware County is Mrs. George A. Hansell, Jr., of ~ 4 _ G Park Avenue, Swarthmore, Pa, ~ John A. Schumacher, tax col- entitled to two senators instead North Swarthmore avenue, enter- ;0 = lector; and Walker Penfield, from of its present one, and, to nine tained at an open house during § KI ~-4191 Fr' 9 A.M 8 30 P M ~ the recent holidays for members 5 ~ 1,- "to: '"5 the tree committee. members inst.ead of its seven in of last year's graduating class ii!_- 5_= the House. Council agreed to CUBS MEET TONIGHT write to the Governor, as well from Swarthmore High School. I ~IIII11I11II11I11I1I11I11I1I1II11II11I1I1I11I11II1I11I11I1I11II11I1II11II11I11I1I1I11II11I1I11I11I11I1IUIHIIUlUIIIIIU1II11l111"UlII~ AT METHODIST CHURCH as to current Delaware County Cub Pack 432 will hold its members of the Legislature and regulmj monthlY meeting tonight to the county chairmen of the at 7:30 in the Methodist Church. two political parties askIDg that A highlight of the program wil they seek such a special session bl! a talk and slides on Vietnam and introduction and support of by Robert Kerr of Dartmout the representation adjustment. avenue. Charles F. Rocke, certified public accountant firm, was re­The human brain weighs &QI employed to audit the past year's three aod a half to fou' pour.ds. records. r-...., ..... -~.~, --'... ..- ---::;;:tlv ~~~:;:=:;;;i IN MEMORIAM JOSEPH V. BUCKLEY 1897 - 1961 (fAulsmt It Cmt,r..e~ w.. ~W. Cca peting • Complete Price R!Jnge • Oriental Rugs :00 Parle Ave" Swarthmore, Pa, Klngswood 3-6000 - Clearbrook 9-4646 Weekend Special SWIFT'S PREMIUM SIRLOIN T·BONE PORTERHOUSE , I I It costs no mOre to enjoy the Best at , , • The SV"-!1rtlu:lor'''' t;ollegl!' Li1)rnr~ SVinrthmore )·'P. • ELEMENTARY HOME & SCHOOL TUESDAY 8 P.M. THE SWARTHMOREAN 'ELEMENTARY HOME & SCHOOL TUESDAY 8 P.M. VOLUME 34 - NUMBER 3 SWARTHMORE, PA., FRiDAY, JANUARY 19, 1962 ~4.00 PER YEAR R. Chesl~~ Spencer Funeral On Tuesday Prinling Firm President Succumbed January 12 COMMUNITY DAY OF PRAYER The Swarthmore Community Day of Prayer will be hell\ on ThufS day from 10:30 a.m. to '.I p. m •. at the Methodi st Church. Leaders for the day will be the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Murray DR. J, ALBRIGHT JONES 'JR. ASSEMBLIES MONDAY Memorial Service for The sixth, seventh and eighth grade Junior Assemblies will Mrs F h J 28 meet on Monday at the Woman's • arag er, an • ClUb. Funeral services for Robert Chester Spencer were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, January 16, in the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church. Spencer had lived at 330 North Swar throore avenue since 1920 and had maintalned , of the Presbyterian Church 01 " ~ Hostesses for the sixth grade are Mrs. Dean Caldwell and Mrs. John Seyferth. Hosts for the seventh grade are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gay and Mrs. Horneff; for the eighth grade Mr. and Mrs. Widow of W,F , Faragher Clubwoman and Writer Died on January 16 Salem, N. J. Child care will be provided. (' Hot beverages will be served at .. the lunch hour. Everyone Is cor· dially invited. Edmond Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Nina M. Faragher, wife 01 Mr.s. Randolph Lee, Dr. Warren F. Faragher uf the , Swarthmore Apartments died on Educator To Address Tuesday, ~anuary. 16, in the a summer home on Elfin Lake, Book Appra'lser WI'II Vt., for the past 35 years. He died Friday night, January 12, in Taylor Hospital, Ridley Park, Address Clubwomen where he had undergone an operation the preceding Tuesday. Program 10 be Heard Althoughin reduced health since suffering a stroke two years ago, Tuesday Afternoon at 2 he had continued as president of John Spencer, Inc .. printing Next Tuesday at 2 p.m. the firm at Eighth and Sproul streets, literature department, Mrs, L. H, Chester, founded by his father Pownall, chairman, will present in 1866.. Mrs. Peter E. Told in an ap- Born in Chester on July 20, .praisal of the season's books, 1881, Spencer was the son of among them "Cloud Forest," John Spencer who began his "Franny and Zooey," "Sinclair printing apprenticeship In Eng- Lewis: An American Life," land before coming to this "Love Song to the Plains," country and estabiished a weeklY "The Moon and the Thorn," newspaper, the Delaware County "c a pt ai n' Newman, M. D.," Advocate, at the same time as "When Found, Make a Verse his printing company In Chester. Of." After graduation from Chester Mr s. T 0Id, wh 0 resl'd es on High School Spencer went to Park avenue, is a past pres­work in his father's plant. He ident of the club and an honor­became active head of the ary member, She is the senior business in 1915, three years club's representative to the prior to his father's death. His Junior Club. mother, the former Mary E. Mrs. Told has given many book Spiller of Palermo, Me" ,was an talks in Philadelphia and its expert proof-reader and assisted suburbs. As a book-lover, 'she her husband in the early days of seeks to arouse Interest in uno, the firm. The Advocate was appraciation of books in club converted to a monthly picture and church groups. magazine in 1938, and was dis- Besides club work, Mrs. Told continued four years later, dur- is active in community and Ing World War II. church life. She is on the board Spencer was a member of the of the Gibbons Home, the board advisory board of the Chester of the Swarthmore Public Li­brancb. PhllallelDhla National brary, and a director of the Red _'_Cc_o_n_t_ln_u_e_d_.o_n_p_ag..::..e_8':';> __ 1 Cross. DR. JONES HEADS MEDICAL SOCIETY local Pediatrician Heads Counly Doctors' Society Pennsylvama HospItal. EI P t Mrs. Faragher W9.S a long tillle ementary aren s member of the Woman's Club of Swarthmore and its literature de­Home & School Sets partment, w~ere her writings, many 0 f which ear ned state January 25 Meeling awardS, were valued. Her essay . '.. "Reflections at Fifty" opened The Home and School Assoc- vistas of expectation for many iation, Elementary Section, will women of all ages. Another ex­meet Tuesday, January 23, ~t pression of her love of beauty 8 p.m. 10 the Pnmary All-Pur- was in her flower arrangements. pose Room, Elementary School. Club members remember espec­Dr. Jack Gibb, educator 0: ~uIt ially one of Magnolia blossoms and youth groups, psychlatnst, in a black container which cent­writer, and group dynamics leader, ered attraction at an annual open­will have as his subject "Help- ing tea. She was also a member IDg Our youth to Assume 'Re- of the Poet Circle spO~Si,bility." . She was born in' Parkersville, WIlliam Stanton, presl~ent 01 Karisas, and grew up in Seneca, Dr. J. Albright Jones of Elm the elementary section, WIll open Kansas. She attended Washburn .a venue was installed as pres- thTe hmee etRinegv. El.l .W1 smer co,C- ollege' now the Municipal Col- Iden,t of the. Delaware County chairman of the educatio~ com- lege.of ~opeka, Kansas. She was Medl~al SoCiety at the monthly mittee of Home and School with mamed 10 June, 1909,. and has meellng on J~uary 1 ~th. Mrs. Colin Bell will preside. been a Swarthmore reSIdent for Dr. Jones 1S, as.slstant pro, Mrs; John Ricksecker will be in 28 years. . fessor of pedlatncs at the h f fresh e ts at the BeSides Dr. Faragher, who IS University of Pennsylvania Grad- c arge f ~h re t. m n Vice-president of the Research uate ~cho?l of M~di~ine. He is cI~~ea~herSe ::: ~'::;~nts of ele- Institute of Temple University a Ch1ef I? Pedlatncs at ~hementary and junior high students and also a consultant for Oxy­PhIladelphia General Hospital 'and all others interested in the ?atalYs~, Inc., of Berwyn, she where he teaches, and at Taylor b' t a e invited to attend IS SurVI ved by two sons, Mr. Hospital; a member of the Visit- su jec r . Robert V., of Philadelphia, and ing Staff of Children's Hospital DOCTOR TO DISCUSS Mr.' William. A., of Ocean City, and a member of' the Courtesy N.J., and six grandchildren. Staff of Delaware County, Bryn ASPECTS OF PEACE There will be no viewing or Mawr, Crozier, Chester and ,Funeral Service, but a Memorial Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospitals. The Adult Forum senes ,for Church Service will be held for Dr. Jones has been the Swarth- January at the Friends .Meetmg friends on Sunday, January 28, more Borough Health Officer for House on the campus Will hav at 3 p.m., in the Swarthmore 21 years, and active in the as the speaker on Sunday Ro~ert Presbyterian Church. NationalFoundation as chairman A. Clark, M, D., whose subject The familY requests that no of the Medical Advisory Com- is "Psychological Aspects of flowers be sent and wishes to mittee. Two years ago he re- the Peace Race." Born in Boston, express appreciation for the Molhers Sef Fathers' Ireland Representative ceived an award for 10 years of he was graduated from Harvard faithfulness of friends during service to the foundation. College and Medical School, was Mrs. Faragher's extended illness. Night Din ner Da te T0 U" N T0 Sp ea k He re HeHael thi sa nadls oW eal famree mCboeru nocfi l thoef Ga . RoJucknegf eIllnesrt itFuetlel,o wZ uarti cthh.e HCe. ------------ Frederick Boland, represent a- Delaware County, the Medical came from the Western Psychi- MRS. RAN 0 A LL IN Annual Program Will tive of Ireland in fha' United Advisory Committee of the atric Institute in Pittsburgh t.o Nations and former chairman of CommUnity Nursing Service, and act as the clinical director of RED CROSS POST Take Place Thursda'y the U.N. General Assembly, will is the Rose Tree School Phy- the Friends Hospital in Philadel- Mrs. WayneR_ Randall of North speak at the college in the sician. phia. Swarthmore avenue has accepted The Annual Fathers' Night Friends Meeting House on Sun- He has ,contributed a number Mr. Clark is now the medical an appointment as vice-chairman Dinner· given by the Swarthmore day at 8:15 p.m. Admission is of articles to the pediatric director of the Northeast Mental of the Southeastern Chapter Mothers' Club wlll take place free and the public is invited. medical literature, particularly Health Clinic and is assistant American Red Cross Comm unity on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Mr. Boland's lecture is spon- in the field of Cystic Fibrosis. professor of psychiatry at the Services to Hospitals and In­McCahan Hall of the Presby- sored jOintly by the College's Dr. Jones was responsible for Jefferson Medical College. He stallations, according to official terian Church. Cooper Foundation and the the organization of the first joined the Society of Friends i announcement by the chapter. The guest speaker wlll be William I. Hull Peace Fund. The Cystic Fibrosis Chapter in Providence, R, I., on Decemb,er Mrs. Randall's speCific re- Robert V. Donato, Superin- topic of his speech is to be Philadelphia. 7, 1941, IS a member and chatr- sponsibility will be at the U. S. tendant of the Ridley Township announced. -..!.- man of the Friends Peace Com- Naval Hospital. 'Trained in School District. He wllJ speak mittee of Philadelphia Yearly Nurses Aid at the Chester HOs-on his views about his recent BAR ASS'N ELECTS Jun.·or Women Awal't Meeting. He was one of the pital in 1943, Mrs. Randall is. trip to the Soviet Union. Mr. of founding members of the Friends chairman of Nurses Aid for the D t 1 · A Sidney Johnson, Jr., Ii . d Swarthmore Branch and continues ona 0, a ong w1th 17 other North Chester road, was recently Mexl'co Travel Talk Conference on Re glOn an school superintendants, was elected second vice president Psychology. her hospital service. Her interest asked by the National Education of the Delaware County Bar and cooperation in the Swarth- Association to take this 32 day Association. John P. Trevaskis, P W'II Be T d more Branch service to hospitals trip in order to observe the Jr., of South Chester road was rogram I ues ay; JOHN W. NASON NAMED and installations is of steady Soviet School System. elected a director. d M J 30 CARLETON COLLEGE PREX,V growth. Mrs. Frank Moore, vice-pres- _._ Boar to eet anuary Dr. John W. Nason, president ,-- ---- ident, Is In charge of the pro- The Juuior Woman's Club's of Swarthmore College from 1940 CONCERT gram for the evening and Mrs. G.S. NEIGHBORHOOD to 1953, was named. Sa, turday ""11 A . h' f MEETING JAN 24 travel-minded members are look- "1 iam . Shaw 1S c atrman o. president of Carleton College, TONIGHT h dl Th di III ing forward to taking a vicarious t e i tnnefr. te b nfnerb tWt All adult G i r I S c 0 u t s and trip to sunny MexicD on Tuesday Northfield, Minn. 'cr o1n1 s s d 0b e roas ee., I' ud ebr , Leaders are asked to note the evening. At 8 p.m. T. Calvin. Dr. Nason, president of the o s an verages supp Ie, Y change in the dat~ of the next Johnson of American Airlinos' Foreign Policy ASSOCiation, was the club and the members will Neighborhood meet1Og. will present a Mexican Holiday chosen as, the fifth president ot bring homemade salads, casse- The meeting will be held on Program. His talk will be ac- the college at a meeting of the roles, and desserts. January 24 at 1 p.m., at the home companied by a film. Carleton Board of trustees. The foUowlng members are of Mrs. Joseph Donovan, 307. Mr. Johnson has been employed Dr. Nason is a native of St_ asSisting Mrs. Shaw:' Elm avenue. by the alrlines for seven years. Paul, Minn .. and an alumnus of Mrs. Francis Tracy, Mrs, ------------ h Carleton. Anthony Pinnle, Mrs. Florence A native of Richmond, Va., e Coccia, Mrs. Marge Schaeffer, CANDIDATE FOR QUEEN first entered their service in -- Mrs. Helen Secoda, and Mrs. Carol Williams, daughter of th at c I ty. F or th e pas t year, he SKATERS GRATEFUL, TOO? Sally Lemon. Mr. and Mrs. Ned B. Willlar,ls of has been sales representative Mrs. Paul Reiser is In charge Dogwood lane, is one of seven inthePhlladelphia district sales of decorations, Mrs. Richard candidates for Queen of the42nd office. . Eckenroth of admissions, and Annual Winter Carnival of Bates The January 30 board meetmg Mrs. Paul Horn, Mrs. Joseph College, Lewiston, Me. The cor- of the club will be held at the Trout, and Mrs. William A, onatlon wlll bi! held Thursday 500 North Chester road home of Shaw, telephoning. evening. Mrs. John A. Gersbacb at 8 p. m, The Swarthmore Recreation Association wishes to thank the' Swarthmore Volunteer Fire Com­pany for Its offer to flood the ice at Crum Creek to keep It in akat­Ing condition during the freezing weather. The Philadelphia Woodwind ~uintet will perform at the col­lege in Clotllier Hafl tonight at 8:15 p.m. Members of the~uintet are Robert Cole, flute; John De­Lancie, oboe; Antony Gigliotti, clarinet; Sol Schoenbach, bas­soon; ,and Mason Jones, horn. They will perform a program of works by Cambini, Franz Danzl, Wallingford Riegger, Walter Piston, and Florent Schmitt. The concert is sponsored by the college's Cooper Foundation and is open to the public, free of charge.

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Page 2 THE SWARTHMOREAN HOSPITALIZED Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. WilHam Stanton Dr. Waldo E. Fisher of Wall- ayetle avenue spent some time Riverview road had as their during the holidays visiting In Igulest Mr. J. Henry Dasenbrock Ingford, who suffered a stroke ILarchm'ont, N.Y., where she at- of Celina, 0 .. while he was on December 2, has transferred tended the dedicat i on f her from Presbyterian Hospital to II G d 0 son attending the corporation meet- grandson Marsha or on, ings of the American Friends Magee Memorial Rehabilitation of Mr. and Mrs. David T. Deacon Service Committee held this Hospital, 1515 Race Street. of Boston, Mass., . th 3 aptl'st Dr, 'Fisher, Professor Emerl- 10 e· Y week in' Philadelphia. He was Church In New Rochelle, N.. on his way to South America on tus, Wharton School, University Mrs. E:L. Miffiln of the Dart-of Pennsylvania, was a former mouth House left on January 10 longtime resident of Swarthmore. for an extended trip to Mexico. PERSONALS Mary Beth Hannum, daughter,of Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Hannum' of Lafayette avenue, celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Hem] L. McCorkle her lOth birthday on Saturday by of Park avenue have as their entertaining two of her friends at house guests Rev. and Mrs. dinner and a slumber party. Edward T. Dell and children Skip Silvers of Rutgers avenue, Chad and Heather of Martha's son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur H. SiI­Vineyard, Mass., who are pre- vers, fell while ice skating last sently house-hunting in this week and broke his leg. area. Dr. and Mrs. DouglasT. Dav2i1d0- Mr . an d M's o Ra ymon d F . son, Jr., have moved from TO WED TOMORROW The marriage of Miss Nancy Lou Muller of Garden City, Long Island, N. y" to Ensign John Rhodes Bates, USNR, of North Chester road, will take place tomorrow in Garden City. Ensign Bates arrived home the early part of the week on leave from the USB Bon Homme Richard, based In San Diego, Calif .. and he and his parents, Dr. and Mrs. John R. Bates,. Winch of Dickinson avenue had Elm avenue to their newly pur­Thursday for Long Island. as their recent weekend guests chased home .. t 629 North Ches- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gilliams' ter road, the former Robert Van ENGAGEMENTS and sons Carter and Jeff of Riper house. Mr. and Mrs. William Fiss Lee Wes\fleld,N. J., former residents Kathryn Spitz, daughter of Dr. of Guernsey road announce the of Dickinson avenue. and Mrs. Eugene Spitz of Rlver- engagement of their daughter, Jeanie Murray, daughter of Mr. view road, entertained on Friday Elinor Clement, to Mr. Charles and Mrs. Peter B. Murray of evening at a slumber party for Underwood Kruger, son of Mr. Park avenue) celebrated her five of her friends. and Mrs. Charles Franklin Kruger seventh birthday on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Preston Holland- fA b N Y d d o u urn, . . with a PSlty fQr several of her der and sons Davl ,3 an Miss Lee Is a graduate of classmates, neighbors and I, have moved to 215 Haverford Swarthmore High School and is friends. The children were taken avenue; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Willard attending Swarthmore College,' to the Academy of Natural Hollander of Ogden avenue are Mr. Kruger is a graduate of Sciences where they saw a live the boy' grandparents. The Hill School and of Hamilton animal show and then \In a tour Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Bouda College where he was a member of the academy. . and sons Christopher and John oftheThetaDeltaChili'raternity. Cindy Heller, six-year old Dartmouth avenue recently spent He is teaChing at Westtown daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward two weeks visiting relatives and School. F. Heller of Dartmouth Circle, friends in various parts ' Miss Lee Is the granddaughter who had been a patient at Jeffer- sin. of Mrs. Morris Mathews Lee of son Hospital, has returned home Mr. and Mrs. George Woelfel re-and is now back In school. turne d to their home on College College avenue and the late Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Percy G. Gilbert avenue Frid ay from a two W'eekl Lee, and of Mr. and .M.r s. Thomas of Park avenue spent last week- visit in Datchworth,near Londlon, Clement of Cedarcroft, Kennett end In New York visiting with E ng I an d as the guests of th.,." Square. Mr. Gilbert's brother and slster- son-in-law and daughter Mr. A June wedding is planned. in law D d M C L Mrs. John Poole and their thr,eel Gi-lbert. r. an rs. . . month old son John. Mr. and Mrs. Minier Sargent of Mr. and Mrs. Jolin P. '8spen- Mr. and Mrs. William A. Stoltz- Peoria, Ill.. announce the en-schade of Dogwood lane returned fus of Morgan circle have re- gagement of their daughter, Mary homeSundayevenlng after spend- turned home after spending Minier, to Mr. Richard Warren ing a week at Miami Beach, Fla. several days visiting in Wash- son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Their children stayed with their inglon, D. C., with their children Coles of Walnut lane. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William and ,"andchildren. Their son Miss Sargent was graduated E. Hetzel of Thayer road during and daughter-In-law Mr. and from Ferry Hall School In Lake their absence. • Mrs. Stoltzfus, Jr." who had Forest, Ill., and will receive her Mr. J. Roy Snape of Harvard be,," in Yemen on the Arabian degree in June from Swarthmore avenue arrived home last week- Peninsula for the lru;t 12 years, College, where she is a member end from Taylor Hospital and is have returned and will make of Mortar Board. She has been coming along very well. their home In WaShington. Their accepted by Harvard Graduate John B. Fischer of son-In-law and daughter Mr. School for work next September Is one of 40 who will sing and Mrs. Frederick Wells have towards her MA degree In teach-the Juniata College choir which just returned from an asSignment in~. Coles ,is a graduate of begins its 1962 season with at the Embassy In Beirut. ll-day tour later this month. Lebanon, and will also live in Swarthmore High School and of John, a senior who sings in Washington. Swarthmore College In the class tenor section, is a son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Stanton of 1961 and is now doing grad-and Mrs. Charles E. Fischer. Riverview road had as their uate work in the field of biology Mrs. S. Blair Luckie of {he for several days last week at Harvard Graduate School. He Swarthmore Apartments is Stanton's mother Mrs. John is a member of Delta Upsilon guest in the Elnwood Nursing Plumb of Bronxville, N. Y., Fraternity. Home on Baltimore pike. came down for the celebra- A June wedding is planned. Deborah E. Brown, daughter of her grllnddaughter Linda's ---------- of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. 12th birthday. Brown of Riverview road, has Mrs. Clyde Miller of Villanova 1I~:W1ici!~~!~DiSI~UBSCRIPTIONS been elected president of her has returned home from junior class at Tobe-Ccburn Hospital following a 1I~~~:_LLOYD E. KAUFFMAN SNcehwo oYl orfko rC iFtya.s hion CSleers In rr.;; ;iiiioPi;eiiir. a.ti iiioilinE·lIDii"iiiiiiiiiiKliffi"uiiiii[~~11I11 ~~~~l F-e-b-. -2-8-, -S-at,.; E,,v-e. Post· ONLY $2.98 per year Sue ,Hosford of Dickinson enue won the lO-year-old 50 backstroke event as the Vesper Boat Club scored its 51st con­secutive swim Victory by down­Ing Abington by a score of / to 79. Sue also partiCipated on the winning 100 yard freestyle relay team. Sue Wigton of Ogden a venue placed third In the 100 yard un­limited breast-stroke event. THE SWEET SHOP COLONIAL COURT APTS. Formerly the Old Bank Bldg. KI 3-4597 o CUT no~s - PLANTS CORSAGES Hontltl-M •• Ccmcly lIMn ...... BuHal Luncheon Served Daily Bal"" Hot & Cold Dishes $1.25 • BuHet Dinars ITh'lrsd,1I'I 5 to 9 - Sunday 3 to $2.75 • THE WILD GOOSE Route I, Baltimore Pika (4 Miles Wed of Media) CLOSEI) ON MONDAYS - FIIICIIErn - TELEViSI. 30 YALi A'l&NU£ MOIt1ON, PAo 111 ...... - H ...... lIT. II •• - ••••• ..... It to Us or W." CDme to y .. - Kh.pwoad 4-1028 SYMBOLS OF PROTECTIOII Tb .. e are the Iymbola of profelliona! people; r.nen wbo are .ldlled In their work. Sure, mft and POI­Itlve In their .!forb, th., are ready to belp you In time of deed. Tbl. Idml . of belp I. available In In- 8urance too. S.e UI for an e"pert onalyal. of your lnaurance pro,r..... It'. part of tbe P.S., Peroonal Service of our .,eney. Pelar E. Told All Unes oIlnw,a/l,~e Klngswood 3-1'31 1962 ENTERTAINS on Park avenue. Lanny Douglas entertalned The guests were his mother last Sunday at a dinner and and father, his brothers and kitchen shower Cor his uncle I slste,rs, and grandparents Mr. Mr. William R. Brown and his and Mrs. Harry F. Brown' of fiancee Miss Janet Lynch at his Wallingford, SALE! SALE! SALE! SALEI SALEI ~ GIFfS i 15 SOUTH. CHESTER· ROAD - SALE! SALE! ' SALE! KI 3-J900 SALEI SAtE! BeG4 fjUJe4 Fka4W1e U,,,~,,,.,f ill, d.e tplel 9 South ClK!Bter Road Cal! KIng&wood 3-0476 ~ ......... w "" ...... ..,.. ................... .... STATE INSPECTION U-HAUL RBtTALS WEAVER ALIGNMENT MOTOR TUNE-UP with ENGINE SCOPE v. E. ATZ, Mgr. RUSSELL'S SERVICE Opposite Borough Parlting Lot ...., ... I...... ..ria .... · ... LIfI,1tte , ....... Closed Saturd, LIONS CLUB. • SPRINGFIELD ADULT SCHOOL 10 Manday Nights - 8:00 P.M. JANUARY 29 THROUGH APRIL 2 Bridge, Beginners Bridge, Intermediate Typing, All levels Sewing, All levels RUSSian, Intermediate Painting, Oils Investments Woodworking Leathercraft S8 Effective Speaking $3 8 Modern Math for Parents Il 8 GUitar Playing Il 8 Physical Fitness, Women's IS 8 Golf 5 8 Square Dancing, Beginner" 5 ,6 Small Boat Handling 5 , . . - , .. -...... ~,~ 8 Ballroom Dancing, 8 Intermediate Couples 10 REGI5TRAnON (and INFORMAnON) at Springfield High School Tuesday, Jan. ~3, and Tiiursday; Jan. 25 7:30-9:00 ".M. Inforrilatlon: KI 3-4240 after 5:00 P.M. , aM famous Clock Tower How long and how well will it last? Underlying itS unique variety of facilities -rental mausoleums, family plota, memo­rial park, crematorium, columbarium,chapel' -all in settings of natural beauty, West Laurel Hill offers the all-important quality of ita management, which is financially sound and legaIly 118BUJ'1j(f. Ask us for illustrated literature­Write: 216 Belmont Ave., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Telephone: MOhawk 4-1591 WEST LAUREL HILL ~ Viaitolll welcome. Come any day from 9 to 4. BelIM'lt Avenue above Phila. City Line Bala-Cynwyd h - :~ '­-<= --- - January 19, 1962 TROOP 2 MAINTAINS ACTIVE PROGRAM DEC. COURT OF HONOR CnES PETER MURRAY , . THE SWARTHMORE AN 3 scheduled for January. 7 College Library and cence and open land preserva-rained out, several patrols worked LWV U', C °d IgEmeral public might lion. "She reminded the members on advancement instead. 01 S OoSI er a county library system. that Ihe league was Instrumentai Jlay of last week, Peter Mrs. Rommel pointed out In getting the Town, Planning earned his Second Class Four Study I'ems of the population of Commission started and feels and Ronnie Laub and County has no library that it now should be supported Dethloff became 'reDO County expenditures, at all, and said that by a league study. scouts. Court, a county IIbr81Y system while Swarthmoreans are fortu- Waterm,}n also sugl!ested Court of Honor and Swarthmore Borough plan- nate in having-good library League ta~e conhnulng Immediately before ning - SWlU'thmore League service even our facilities are Cor preservation a Court of Honor was held Women Voters members began space and personnel an~ acquisition of open lands - . adjacent to Swarthmore." Spe-the boys who had advanced the new year WIth a hard look and are short of books. cificalIy two plots, the Leiper A wide variety of activities marked the program of Boy Scout Troop 2 during the past month. On Friday, December 29, Troop 2 was host to Troop 3 at a scout dance held at McCahan Hal1, Presbyterian Church. In charge of planning the program and decorations for the dance were Dave Leslie, Dave Shugarts Bill Cushing and Bob Warden. full rank or earned merit at these local subjects and an Borough Planning, Estate and quarry, and the during the fall period. eye to selecting as many a~ two Mrs. A. ,~. Waterman s pro- Boeing tract, would be given Morrow, John Kuc, Andy Starer, .of them for local agenda lIems posal was a study of It t' Ib'l't· f At the regular meetings Jan­uary 2 and 9, the emphasiS was on advancement, Because an ice skating party on Crum Creek IS ONE OF THESE PATTERNS YOURS? SPECIAL o:~;': SALE! Of AII·time Favorite Panem. 'COMMUNITY* The Finest Silverpl.te Replace missing pieces. add to your present set. Order nDw! Offer End. Feb, 10th 'iec. fach TeAspoons. • • • • • • • $1.10 Dessert Spoons ••••• 2.20 Round Bowl Soup Spoons • 2.20 A. O. Coffee Spoon. • . . . J~IQ Iced Drink Spoon5. • 2.20 Butter Spruders . . . 2.20 Dinner Knives • • • • 3.30 Grille Knives. .. • 3.30 Place Knives, . Serrated Blades Dinner Forks • Grille Forks • • Place Forks • • Salad Forks • • Coc;kt.il Forks . Table Spoon. • Cold Meat Fork. Gravy Ladle • • CONVENIENT TERMS • 3.30 • 2.20 • 2.20 • 2.20 • 2.20 · 2.20 • 3.30 • 4.95 • 4.95 T.I : LO 6-0981 I"frlld .......... Io. '" ~lda LIlli. ~ --'-~==-,-=-- ROBERTS JEWRERS Cor. STATE & SOUTH MEDIA, PA. Open Friday 'til 9 P.M. Jeff Middelton, David for next year. pianning in the areas of zoning, a en Ion as pass I lIeS or Skip Slivers, Rollie Heisler At the January unit meetings, traffic patterns and control, parks and green space. Larry Burnett were awarded pleas for the four studies were mass transpor tation, "I Saw It In The Swarthmorean" Tenderfoot Badges. Fritz presented and discussed. The - ferth received his Second entire membership will vote in Badgeand Martin Anderson, the spring on which projects they Seely and Don McPherson earned. will pursue next year. their First Class Badges. Mrs. William A. Welsh proposed Valley Forge Trail Medals a . study of Delaware County were awarded to John Seely and expenditures, possibly limiting Walter Eckenhoff. Walter'is now the scrutiny to money spent for active . in the Boy scouts In salaries. "The County is paying Engiand where he is working on somewhere In the neighborhood his First Class Badge in an of $3,260,000 amiually for Court English trooP. House employees. (This does The following boys' earned include Institution District;.)' Merit Badges; A study could be made of Jack Cushing, swimming;' Bill efficient use of personnel and Cushing, swimming, life saving; the use that is being 'made David Shugarts, cycling, elec- mod~rn labor-saving equipment trlclly, swimming, nature, read- and methods. ing; David Leslie, forestry, JuY"nile Court Practices cycling, home repairs; Eric One suggested item for Peterson, archery; Andy Maass, study," A reevaluation of Juve­swimming; Roger Ullman, soil nile Court Practices in Delaware and water conservation, hiking. County" would be a re(la~'ltllla'-.1 Fonner Scoutmaster tion of the LW.v's This Court of Honor also pro- Interest in the Juvenile Court vided the opportunity to recog- in Delaware County. The pro­rilze the contributions made by bation system and other aspects Pete Murray during his more than of handling juveniles might be 10 years as Scout Master of studied in such an effort. 0 Swarthmore Troop 2. Mrs. R. H. Rommel presented Attending the Court of Honor "a study with a view to partici­commemorating the advancement patlon in' library systems and of so many of the boys he had implementation of the enabling worked with prior to his retire- legislation, the Library Law, ment as Scout Master, he was Act 188." Such a project would completely surprised when the be concerned with the benefits boys presented him with a col- the Swarthmore'Borough Library, lection of handmade neckerchief I SlidElS mounted on a wall plaque. presentation was made by avid Shugarts" David Leslie SLIDE PROJECTOR SPECIALS For the next few days we are plilcing a low r low price on SEVERAL brand new SOO waH slide projectors, These ilre magazine type - Semi automatic and remote control. NO TRADE INS - NO REORDERING UMITED QUANTITY THE CAMERA & HOBBY SHOP 4-6 Park Ayenuer Swarthmore FRI9 to 8:30 Roger Ullman. AHain Life Rank In addition to the more .01.0 I 40 Tenderfoot, Second and First Class Badges and Merit Badge awards· presented to the boys, David Shugarts and David Leslie PROGRAMS Lre!ceive,d the rank of Life Scout, recognition of having earned at least 10 merit badges since completing the First Class Rank. l~"~ Is the se!!ond highest rank scouting. The winners In the fall Patrol Contest were also announced. The Falcon Patrol led by Dave Leslie won first place; place went to the Hawk Patrol led by Bill Cushing, while Flaming Arrow Patrol led by Simpson won thltd. Comping Schedule During the fall an active pro-gram of camping was par t of Troop 2 program. On regul81 monthly camping trips the of the Troop built two Adlircm-i dack type cabins on a farm near Red Hill. A camping trip planned for the weekend of Jan-uary 20. All Troop 2 scouts f,a thers are urged' to' attend. FOR YOUR CLUB, CHURCH and SCHOOL SOUNO fiLMS ••••••••••••••• •• •• •• TALKS AND DEMONSTRATIONS • •••••••••••••••••••• ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE • CATALOG AVAILABLE ON REQUEST ROOKE P. COTTMA IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH US • I EDWARD L. NOYES & CO., INC., Real Estate Included in these programs are a variety of interesting films, many of them in color. You may have seen several of them in our science series on television. Y ou'n find com­plete. information on these programs in our catalog; 80 telephone our local Business Office and we will mail you a copy. Also Bell Telephone men and women are available to give talks and live demonstrations on a host of interesting ,topics. Let us know your needs. There is no charge. THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA Your neighbors tnlarging your WOfid IhrOUlh servke and science

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..' " .. '.- OVEN-READY 10 TO 16 POUND NONE PRICED HIGHER lb. c SUPERi'i¥UAioASTS C':.~~ '~;.'h Ib S5e BONELESS CHUCK ROAST ALLGOOD SLICED BACON ,i:fii.~ NONE PRICED HIGHER 7 inch cuts Ib 65C Ib·69C CENTER CUT SMOKED POR LIVERWURST ~:~~:.::::: lb. 49c BEEF ROAST •••• 1 ... Cr ... C.t lb. 79c SCRAPPLE R.b.rh· I-lb. 31e 2 lb. SSe .r Rapa pig. pig. LARGE JUICY-SMOKIE LINKS ~:~:~ SLICED BOLOGNA s;.~~~. BEEF LIVER 12-01o'65e pig. 1·lb. 4ge pig. lb. 3ge FLORIDA' ORANGES CRISP , ICEBERG LETTUCE , . l·lb. 49c 2 I~. 95' pkg. pkg. LOINS lb, 69c a&OJ~ Jim. JiMr..and 50af0od 11.11.lJ-6. . SLICED SWORDFISH SAUSAGE Sup.r.Rlght Larljle L1nkl . t~~:: ~~: STEAKS lb. 49C SAUSA'E MEAT s:,,-:; VEAL COMBINATION lb. 39c FRESH COD FILLETS lb. 55· ... SLICED HALIBUT S'IEAKS Ib.4ge NONE PRICED HIGHER I LARGE FRESH PORGIES lb. 21e 3 FRESH OYStERS dO>e. Sl NONE PRICED HIGHER 2 Large 29C Heads I I HAM, MEAT LOAF OR TURKEY dOlen 35e FOR STEWING FOR FRYING 12·01. 99C Can 12-01. $1 09 Can • ' - A&P's FROZEN MEATS & SEAFOOD CORTLAND APPLES ' 4 bl:~ 29c AVOCADO PEARS ~I~~E LARGE GRAPEFRUIT Sinq~:cba~ 3 ~~~~ $1· SWEET POTATOES each 29c MORTON'S DINNERS Pkq. 39c FLASH·O·FREEZE 3 Ibs. 29c JIFFY STEAKS - 8 pi~. 79c. ' EAT ALL SAVE 10~ C large 8 inch pie l-lb. bag only ANN PAGE SALAD DRESSING S~VE . q~art ' 47c foe: lar . CRABEITES 6112 Pkq. 39c CAP'N JOHN'S SCALLOP OR HADDOCK DINNERS Pkq. 49c AIR FRESHENER FLORIENT SAVE 10c 5~~". 65' ANN PAGE APRIC , , Peach 01, PINEAPPLE o. VERM I A', -f' I i 4 Preserves PLANTE,RS ONT MAID ~!~~31C24-0z'57 . . • lb. c PUN ... " • tar ALMOND DANISH RING I SAva I t_ 41c AlP'S RED CIRCLE COFFEE IS NOW ~ANI '.R"O Ie •ln9 ON SALE! ONLY AII' OFFERS YOU 'UFFING BREAD I-lb. 29' THIS FULL·BODIED BLEND RICH WITH . 1 •• 1 PRIZED MOUNTAIN GROWN COLOM. Marvel White Bread :;~i15c BIAN COFFEES! GO~:~:'~~L:~~:NEL 61:;~ $1.00 fA ;;;-;;.;,;;_ .. -~--.. u .. - I STEWED'OMATOES:1~:0~rN 2~:-:.L35c A&P PINEAPPLE CH:~~~sOR, 320-01. $1 cans ORANGE JUICE c A&P 'PEACHES SL~~:~R~t~lt~ES 23~;~:'61' SEASIDE BUTTER BEANS l~a~L 12 6-oz. c ~ 31~~~:'85' . C ~ .. cans SAVOY. APPLE SAUCE I~.~ 10 h:.------ ..... c .... ·_ ... ••• I PEAS 2 ~~;.~ 29' 2 i:~ 45c 10NA CUT BEETS '~~~z'10' CORN 2 10'01. 25' 2 lb. 35c A&P WHOLE" POTATOES '~~z: 1 0' A&P P~g.. Bag . A&P SLICED BEETS 2 I:a~~' 27' ~!~~ M~IDCARROTS 2 ~~~:.. 33c PINEAPPLE JUICE ABR'APND 2 46·oz. 49' ORANGE JUICE -6 ~:~; 51.29 ' can. A&P WHOLE SPEARS A&P JUICE PINEAPPLE. 246-!'1. 49' ' GRAPEFRUIT can. 'G· OLDEN CORN AUNT NELLIE'S 3 12-0L 29' WHOLE KERNEL can. ASPARAGUS ALL GREEN SPEARS 2 14'11"01. 55' TIP TOP BRAND can. '. FRESH ORANGE JUICE C~~:~er 29c Hellmann's KEEBLER BLUE LABEL !~~~0~~~1 ' SALTINES - INSTANT MASHED B!~~ .... _____ ~ ~~;.~: 25c I ' HERSHEY I SUNSWEET ,I -- 2 10·01. 35c Pkg •• BARS I PRUNES (Large Size) • 3' 1·lb. $1 pkgs. 2 -lb. 63 - pig. e: LAlli 3 $1 ' OR' giant ~ lLMlIlID' . bars Mayonnaise q~art 6ge , _ lar I-lb. 25e box CHEESE .SLICES MEL.~IIT AMERICAN ~. 43' POT ATOES MORTON'S FROZEII-APPLE, CHERRioR COCOANUT CUSTARD· - J can IOe FRUIT .. _c . PIES ' each 2 :k;~. 45C L'~WA;'--- ~.~ ... - .. ;- ALUMINUM F IL WONDERFOIL 25 FOOT ROL~ 25C All Prloll Efflolln Throulh Salurdl" ~Inulf' 20th, 'lIZ "Il l: (I) ... Ii III /ill 112 • > :;a Ii III I: o = Il!I > III I ... ·'" ;; .co. I ... ·'.". . '.c"o. Ii III /ill fA, • > :;a Ii III I: o •• =/ill > III

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, .. • • • . . " " OVEN-READY 10 TO 16 POUND NONE PRICED HIGHER lb. c iii9UAROASTS C':.~~ . '~~~.'h Ib SSe NONE PRICED HIGHER 7 inch 65C cuts Ib BONELESS CHUCK ROAST lb. 69' ALLGOOD SLICED BACON st.i::!:~~:,. ~~~~49c 2~~~.95c CENTER CUT SMOKED PORK LOINS lb. 69c a&:~I~;'J;n.=a:;t;~dJ~ LIVERWURST ~:~:~.::::! lb. 49· BEEF ROAST 1 •• 010 .. Cr ... Cd lb. 79c SCRAPPLE Iobo .. s· 1.lb. 31e 2 lb. SSe or .. p. pig. pig. LARGE JUICY . SMOKIE LINKS ~~;:~ SLICED BOLOGNA sRi~:~' BEEF LIVER 12'0 •• 65e pig. 1·lb. 4ge pig. lb. 3ge FLORIDA . ORANGES CRISP . ICEBERG LETTUCE • SAUSAGE Supor.llght Larg. LI.ks - ~~~: 55e STEAKS 49c 1·lb. 39c lb. SAUSAGE MEAT S:I~~~' VEAL COMBINATION pig. lb. 3ge FRESH COD FILLETS lb. 55· SLICED HALIBUT STEAKS Ib.4ge NONE PRICED HIGHER LARGE FRESH PORGIES lb. 21e 3 do'" $1 FO.F!I.!!H OYS'!~!NG NONE PRICED HIGHER I~.:~. 99C 16~o:' $1.09 . 2 Large 29C Heads IIHAM·, ME AUTP L'sO AFFR OOZRE NT UMREKAETYS & SEAFOOD dozen 3SC CORTLAND APPLES . 4 bl:~ 29c AVOCADO PEARS ~1~~E each 29c MORTON'S DINNERS Pkg. 39c FLASH·O·FREEZE LARGE GRAPEFRUIT Sin9~:eba9 3~~:~$1· SWEET POTATOES 3 Ibs. 29c JIFFY STEAKS 8 pikg• 79c . Jam P.aJJw, JiM Ilah.d JDDdd! PUMPKIN PIE ,. . 1-lb. bag only ANN PAGE SALAD DRESSING EAT ALL CRABETTES 61/2 P~g. 39c CAP'N JOHN'S SCALLOP OR HADDOCK DINNERS P~g. 4ge . quart 4 7' AIR FRESHENER ~c: I jar, FLORIENT , 49C large I 8 inch pie SAVE 10c: ,SAVE 10e 5\12-01. Can 65e c SAVE ANN PAGE SHORTENING '., ~'.AP~T BUTTER !!s!! s~:~ Ita~ 32c S~:E ~:: 8ge 3 lb. $1 657 -1- ·S~VE -~. IV2 Ib• 57c PANCAKEllIlX 2 ~k!;.41~ ~·:~:3ge-,. -~. ,ANGEL FOOD RING ' SAVE' 45C' 170z. ., bag. . lOc jar TABLE SYRUP ANN PAGE APRICOT, PINEAPPLE OR VERMONT MAID ~!~ 31 e ~:H~5 7c 14c ring P h P PLANTERS ~ac reserves PEANUT BUTTER I~~~L 49c .~. 4 lb. 99c ANN PAGE - Jar TOMATO SOUP , '06!~OI'1 Oe " ANN PAGE FINE, MEDIUM AND -IROAD ALMOND DANISH RING I s~:11 ~: 41c AlP'S RE~ CIRCLE COFFEE IS NOW JAN. PAilln ON SALE. ONLY AlP OFFERS YOU ST·UFFING BREAD 1·lb. 29c THIS FULL·BODIED BLEND RICH WITH , lo.f PRIZED MOUNTAIN GROWN COLOM. Marvel While' Bread :;~iI5c BIAN COFFEES! A&P's JUNE-IN-JANUARY VALUE JUBILEE! I NOODLES ~ 15"~-: 27' . . DEL MONTE COR GO~:~::~~L~~:"EL 6 ':=.-$1.00 i"A ~';;E; _ .. _ .. _ •• "- ! TOE BLUE BOY . STEWED TOMA SEicHo~~N 2 ~~;sL35e A&' ·'PEACHES SLIECLEBSE ROTRA ·SHTAYLLVE ES 21oca-n0s 1'61e A&P PINEAPPLE CH~~~~SOR SEASIDE BUTTER BEANS ORANGE JUICE c 6-oz. 320'01. $1 cans 1501. 12c ( 3 12.0L 85e can ) cans S c . cans 16 oz. 10 l .......... · ...... ....... ----•• .-...... .> can AlP PEAS 2 ~~;~ 29' 2 ~:~ 45e OY PPLE SAUCE A P JUICE PINEAPPLE. 246'01. '. & ' GRAPEFRUIT cans 4ge 10NA CUT B.EETS , 1c6an- 01'10e A(OlPR N 2 ~~;.~. 25' 2 ~:9 35c GOLDEN CORN :~~IEN:~~~~~ 3 I;;~:. 2ge A&P WHOLE· POTATOES I:~~.: 1 Oe AplEPAS & CARROTS 2 10.OL 33c ASPARAGUS ALL GREEN SPEARS 2 14\12-"" 55e A'" SLICED BEETS 2 Iboz. TIP TOP BRAND can. ' cans 27c MI.N UTE MAID Pkgs. FRESH ORANGE JUICE C~~:~.r 2ge PINEAPPLE JUICE :R~~D 2 ~~~:. 4ge !~~~~~ sp~~}sCE '6 ~:~; 51.29 . HERSHEY I SUNSWEET· Hellmann's KEEBLER BLUE LABEL !~~~o~~~I' 2 ~~;.~. 35e BARS I PRUNES M • - SAL'TINES INSTANT MASHED BROCCOLI 2 ~~;s~' 25c (Large Slxe). ayonnalse POTATOES r MOARTONiSrRDZEN APPLE, CHERRY' OR' COCOANUT CUWARD A} ' Oil' 9,anl 'LAIN 3' $1 ~. AlMIINO' . bars can 1~ CHEESE SLICES ME~~ •• IT AMERICAN ~: 43' 2 ~k;:: 45 <. -;-~~;;,.:.-.;"o & -;;;';;-0 ;;cT,;';e.~ LUMINUM FOIL WONDERFOIL 25 FOOT ROL~ 25C All PrlGlI EffRetln Through Saturdl" JlnUlrJ 20th, 1162 .'.I..I ~ .... .. .. <' Ii III I!'iI m.. > :0 Ii III II:: o :0 I!'iI :. ~ I..... ..... 0> .. ~ 5.. ·.... . ... 0> .. ~ 1:11 I.'!I CII, •:. :0 ~ 1:11 II: o :0 •• I!'iI :. •

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6 Mr. and Mrs. Judson R. Hoover. Jr •• of Engle Drive. Wallingford. were involved in an automobile accident Wednesday evening. January 10. at Baltimore pike and Sproul road. Mrs.. Hoover was thrown from the car and suffered severe shock and head Injuries. She Is in Tri­County Hospital. Sproul Road. ----------~ .---- OF E. KEARNS. JR. ON THE WESTERLY SIDE OF ORANGE STREET KNOWN AS NOS. 112. 114 AND 116 NORTH ORANGE STREET. IN THE BOROUGH OF MEDIA. DELAWARE COUNTY. PENN­SYLVANIA. NUMBER. 1228 DECEMBER TERM, 1961. NOTICE Mrs. William A. Stoltzfus pNuObTlicIC hEe aISri nHgE wREilBl Ybe GhIeVldE NiJ; ! ththaet hleormtaei nleads t aTt hua rslduanyc hieno nh oanto r: ~~:I:~~g~~o;:c CPoemnmnsoyn lvPalneiaas oofn DeFlralwrlaayre, Mr s., D. C . Roberts of Cambria, H1o9u62se, , aMt e1d0i:a0.0 P oen'cnlosyclko Wisc., mother of Rev. D. EVor Ihe above malter al which Roberts, Who is here Court will be asked 10 ap- EXPERT PlAID TUIIII lid REPAIRlla 47 Yoan of &pori .... wit!. All Mak •• A. L. PIRIER 1O.,U 6-al5& Me" EI .... Bed .. price of Flfty­> oua .. ($52.000.00) upon between the County property owner In lieu of damages by Jury oC View connection with the acquisi tion ALL THAT CERTAIN 101 or piece oC land wItIl the build­ings and improvements thereon erected, SITUATE In tile Bor­ough of Media, County of Dela- THE SWARTHMOREAN Is particular value is its in- To Everett L. Hunt I~~~!t~(~ of five essays generally CLASSIFIED' ADS PERSONAL WANTED WANTED - Female help. Comfort- Quality work at :n,od.er· ues mOdern. FLORIST 7 South Chasl. RaacI 10 3.8093 ware and State of Pennsylvania. bounded and described as fol­lows: .' BEGINNING al a point on tile Westerly side of Orange Sireet at tile distance of 124 feet measured Northwardly from the Northwesterly corner of sald Orange Street and Front Street; thence extending along the Westerly side of said Or­ange Street 56 feet to a point a comer of land now or late of Elizabeth C. Rllodes; thence extending in a Westerly direc­tion along tile Une of lands of Elizabeth C. Rhodes at right angles to Orange Street Ihe distance of 170 feel more or less to the Easterly side oC Citron Street; thence in a Sou th­erly direction along the Easl­erly side ,of Citron Sireet 56 Ceet to a point In line oC lands now or lale of Ihe County of Delaware; thence in an Easter­ly direction along line oC lands oC Ihe County of Delaware at right angles to Orange Sireet 170 feel more or less to the Westerly side of Orange Street the point and place oC begin­ning, ,;~~~~~~t -Furniture refinlshing. J Klngswood' ~~e;i!~~n~::: ~~88~. able home and salary open to con­genial woman In return for house ... hold duties. One lady. Wallingford. Recent references required. LOwell 6-0364. GENERAL ElECTRIC SALES & SERVICE Raymond J. Dawson lOwell 6-4692 /4693 .210 WEST STATE ST. FUEL OIL OIL BURNER SERVICE BUDGET PLAN COAL VAN ALEN BROTHERS, INC. KI 3-4742.or LE 2.2«0 , I PAlTON ROOFINGi i, COMPANY ,f ,: established 1873 ,: ~ , • III BY OF THE BOARD OF OF THE COUNTY' WANTED-Will give to good homes, playful good-natured klltens. LO­well 6-6564. PERSONAL - ROOfing. spouting. FOR SALE II'J~~\i:~ ,Recreation rooms a spec- FOR SALE - A bird feeder o~~:.~~ Ii J. F'oster. GLobe 9-2715. Ihe window Is a conslant., of interest and a center for - Bicycles repaired; actiVities. The S. Crothers. h~I~:v~i~~·. accessories. Milt Glass 435 Plush Mill Road, Walllngfof(q Hoblly, Toy Shop. LOwell 6-4551. A ._ C~!ff~ Oppo FOR SALE - 1951 ~;il~~~lti~;:~ door sedan. Excell~,!lt Call KIngswood 3-9367. - A.F.M, stucco etc. C.!!,'!.'!t,nut or 7-3567. Custom-made covers. Pin fitted In your home. You supply material. I make Ihem. Work guaranteed, prompt service. CLearbrook 9-6311. FOR SALE - Miscellaneous Saturday, January 20. 10 to 607 Strath Haven avenue. FOR SALE - Caned rockers side chalrs. other chairs recaned. KIngswood FOR SALE - Three cushion blue upholstery. as Is. $20. 1~1;~~i~he~- .Allerations on EVen- KIngs wood 3-1174. l~~~~~§t~~~~~~l~ IlI1d street clolhes. ngswood 3-6649. ~FW;a0s!hiRng~ S1A~L~E~~~~~~~~~ N0tile~i~S~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~:1 five years itnot enAtciot no Ct oM faiyle - <filbpeartl'nst Steam Wall· as Is. Klngswood relary palntlJlg. George Pa.. and 4-701JZ. Delaware ,~Ol'~g, January 24th, the conduct of a PERSON AL - Thorn Seremba, Up- ;~~~~~~~~8~E~~ aWare County, Pa., halsterer - Slip covers 3 R~o~ell[h!>,~CY;~~~i SUm e d or fictitious Cabrlc or from my samples. Irifo1na:o~' please ~Jlm's" By-Pass years oC Swarthmore rel'erEine,es'l 3-8947. its principal place LUdlow 6-759Z. -:::-=:=---:::-:-:-___ --: _____ 1 1400 PrOVidence LocT C. I LOST Providence Town."lp, PERSONAL _ !le smart _ save ~ - "r simas weekend. Young Pa. The only pe,.r son owning or money. Nowbooklng papering jobs whm!tael.e C!hlUeadgrleen.J s bplaect.k .n abmroewd nS aamnd. , Interesledln said business is James BIld February at ex- ChIldren grieving. Re~'ard. Klngs- G. 1400 Providence Road, low prl"os. Excellent work- wood 4-2523. Guara.nteed for one year. ROOFING GUITERS .......... , SPOUTNG : SIDING free Estimates ,, ,, ,, ,, 3-6607 from 8 until - Good home urgentb charming black and Housebroken. Debbie KIllg.wood 4-2651. you of Evening ELNWOOD Convalescent Homa BalUmore PIJle &&: I .aWn An. 8-." Ealabbahed Jn2 : MONTHL Y FINANCING ARRANGED : Swarthmore. Po. •• ,•• ,•• , Journal, etc? many lIses for them in our grade. Call Klngswood 3-2037 gray-lalet, IIooRfaI 8111T01IIIdJDp Wlill !EseeJJeaa H-Bear N ....... CoIn :~ ......... : : I ti9 I II KI 4,0221 : III : Stop In and Enjoy Delaware County's Clean and Beautjful MOITOI WASHAMATIC 68 S. Morton Avenue 2C WASHDS Motton, , •• 1110 DRYIU !i SWEENEY & CLYDE Established 1858 29 East Fifth Street, Ch ..... r, , •• nemont4-6311 SAMUEl. D. a.voe 1112·"11 J. EDWAlD a.YD& SAWUEI., D. a.YDi, JI. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE APPRAISALS cat Klngswood Jack Prichard PAINTING lNTBRIaa & EK'.l'BRIOR Free f!limates KlngslItIood 3-8761 'K'ngswood 3-0272 Picture Framing ROGER RUSSEll Photographic Supplies sran .. MONROB 1m. MEnu LOwell 6-2.76 OPBN PRJDAY BVBNlN08 Room)" 4 bedroom home. Living room with stone fireplace, screened porch, dining room, kitchen-fCimily room. Two car detached gara'le, Beautiful plantings. $20,500. January 19. 19.~2 "I Saw It In The Swarthmoreaa" ESTATE NonCE Estate oC Kathryn Mills deceased late oC Borough oC Morton. Delaware County. Pennsylvania. Letters of Admlnislration C. T. A. on Ihe \sbove estale have been granted to the undersigned who re­lIuests aU persons haVing clalms or demands agalnsl Ihe eslate 10 make known the same. and all per­sons Indebled 10 Ihe decedenl 10 make payment wilhoul delay to James T. Rice. R. D. 2. Downing­town. Penna. Or 10 his Attorney: Morris H. Fussell. ESQ. 203 County Building. Media. Penna. IenIr7 RepaIred PIa. Ja • «2" EMIL SPIF.g W4T(!BM.K.R ....... .,ofF.C. ............. lillie Wateb aDd 128 Yale 4ft. 0I0dt RepaIra 8wartbmore ..... ,JOUNS MA1'VVILI..E Aluminum Siding Porch Enclosures Enameled white, storm windows Insulation and Roofing AD Y_ 11_ '--,._'U ---- II'fdo.... r8I PENN" ROOFING A SmING(;o. M_na., P .. Belvedere Convalescent Home 2507 Chestnut St-, Chester TRemout 2·5373 "'''11"", can .... Itd. 8aI1Ie. 0Iu'0DIe uaa.,. .... ceat 11_ IIDd W'OIDD -.s ...... r ....... "._ u; • 8 ... ~,.,.. UaGoIMI UDDII I'II'PIR 'I'IIBIIER. r_ IUSTOM I.STIL~TlOIS II, H. D. CNURGN a,PIRI IWE., SWAlTH.OII Klngswood 4-2727 ROOFING Gutters Warm-Air Heating Air Conditioning Sheet Metal Work ,Gearp.,... .. C .. BOX 48 CLobe 9-a358 HOW CHRISTIAN SelENa HEALS SUNDAY WFIL Radio - 8:45 A.M. GfHlwol ContfGCtrw 'SIIICC "-,,. .... 10401 ~ AlA'r- a.... ..... 1111 1 112-4719 m I 1101 ••• , ,I r \ , , c. THE SWARTHMOREAN ~:an:u:a:ry=19~.~1~9~62~======~==~~:====11~~~~~!!i~~~~~[ with his ATTENDS RED CROSS FRReaIEdiNnDg Ss eMleEcEteTdIN toG bNeO hTeElp~f ul car. Dar . aWy lgton's car had to be SPECIAL MEETING TUIi' SW ARTHMOREAN to those attending the Ja?uarhy A il\~artillnole youth Mrs. Robert ~. Fudg.e of Col- Page'l &&&:0 NA Adult Forum series?n Tie car was in collision with umbia avenue, vlce-chall~an and PUBUSHEDEVERYFRIDAYATSWARTHMORE, Pel. P ace Race" is on dIsplay n ,otnerat Princeton and Lafayette head of Volunteer ServICes. for ... TOLD MARJORIE T. TOLD. Publishers the library of Whittier House.. January 5 has the Swarthmore Branch Amencan PETER p., 00 T~e FCNL washlJ;!gton Newll~- $30 for reckless Red Cross, attended yesterday. Phone Klngswood 3-09 letter and Stephen King-Ha s Violating a stop sign. at the Southeastern Chapter. PETER E. TOLD. Editor "Defense in the Nu,?lelU Police assisted with American Red Cross Headquar- BARBARA B. KENT. Managing Editor ... are both pertinent to the calls in the ters, the first meetin!! of a spec- _ M E Palmer Marjorie T. Told discussed at each FOlllm. Monday. January 15.. ial committee to which she has Rosalie D. Pelrsol ary. .______ 12:45 p.m. the Springfield been appointed.. .. 24 1929 at the Post CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NOTES took Mrs. J. L. This committee IS consldenng Entered as Second Class Matte~e:i:.~a~ct 'of M~rcb 3. 1879. Confilcting demands of every~ 520 Cedar lane to the format and the content of a Oftlce at Swarthmore. Pa.. un day living can be resolved through Hospital with Injuries new service procedure man~al DEADLINE - WEDNESDAY 11 A.M. spiritual understanding of God in a fall at her home. to be Issued for th~ Inform.atlOn 1962 as divine Life. This is a theme 10:04 p.m. The Media am- help of all serVIce challmen ' .!P~E~N~N~A~. .!:!~~~...:J~A~~NU~A~R~Y~~~~_~~I of the Lesson-Sermon eJ;!t1tled took a senior In this ~rea. '" 1 0 "Life" which Is to be read~:a:t;;I;~~~f~r}om~p~ar~ri~S~h~H~aI~l~s~w~ar~t~h-J~-~- ~' rf~'~7r~-~-:- 'f~- ~-;;,-;~::~~~a~~s~e~~~;-:~:;~:~ at 8 a.m. Wednesdays and at i S Christian SCience serv ces un- College. to Bryn Mawr a.m. on Thursdays. day. for several days hos- The Bandage group will meet Selections from the Bible at 10 o'clock on Wednesday. include this verse from l'sal1nl Luncheon will be served by PRESBYTERIAN NOTES The Inslallatlon of Trustees. elected at the Annual Meeting of the church Yi ednesday eve­ning will take place at, the 9:15' service of Morning Worship Sunday. The ordination of the Ruling Elders' and Deacons. elected at the same meeting. will be held at the 11 o'clock service. Church School classes meet at 9;15 and 11 on Sunday. The Women's Bible class meets at 9:30, the 10th grade group at 10:30; and the Pre-College group at 10:45. Morning Prayers are held at 9 on Tuesday. followed by the New Testament study at 10 o·clock. Holy Communion Is celebrated CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 'D.E.,or Rab.rts, Minister Robert O.Browne,A .. oc.Ministe~ Minister of Christian Education Sunday, January 21 9; 15 A.M.-Mornln'g Worship and Installation of Trustees 9 '15 A.M.-Church Schonl 9:'30 A.M.-Women·s Bible Class ~ 0:30 A.M.-10th Grade Group .0:45 A.M.-Pre-College Group 11:00 A.M.-Morning Worship and Ordinatlonof Ruling Elders and Dell:OOhS •. ', ' , 11: 00 A.M.-Church SChool . Tuesday, January 23 9 :00 A.M.-Morning Prayers 10:00 A.M.-New Testament Study. Circle 4. Mrs. George pat t erson, 40": I delight to do thy will. 0 Ch~~:I~"6. Mrs. Clarence Franck. God: yea, thy law is within th h heart. tt chairman. will meet at. e orne The Golden Text Is from Jo:llnl of Mrs. Leonard Ashton. (17): Elm avenue. "This is life eternal, that 'D!lYI' might know thee the only, ,~:;~r METHODIST NOTES God, and Jesus Christ. .~ TOnight ,the pairs-N-Spares thou hast sent ... wlll meet at 8 p.m. at the home An invitation is extended of Bill and Marty Nolan. 404 all to attend the servlees Strath Haven avenue. There will lla.m. in First Church of Christ, be a panel and group discussion Scientist, 206 Park avenue. on the major religions of the ________ , ____ _ world. , Fire News. The sermon subject for Sun- Th Media ambulance day's services of M~rnin: .. wor- at 3~1 South Chester road Jan­ship at 8:30 and 11 WIll b. Wh.~ uary 4 to take' Louis ~uinby to Desires All Men To Be save~. Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital. Yea- Sunday school will be at 9.45 Mr. ;tuinby, who is now a. m. ' back at his home In Longport. The Junior High Fellowship • J. had fractured his right leg w~ll meet. In costume. at 7 p.m. I fall while on a holirlay visit Sunday for a Latin- American n a . rs William Festival. There will be games. to hilS dhaughter M • f h t d r hip Harr son. ere. re res men s ,an wo s . . At 11:25 p.m. January 5. the The Senior High Fellowship cars of Robert J. Turner. 40 will meet at the home of Mr. Mac- Guernsey road, traveling east on Main Sunday evening. Carol Ma- South Princeton avenue, and son will speak on the Islam le- Bentham W. Stradley, Jr .. 412 ligion and lead a discussion. The Strath Haven avenue, traveling group will meet at the church at north on Lafayette avenue, col- 6:30 p.m. to motor over to Mr. lidad at the intersection of the MacMain's house. two streets. Police said the The DorcaS Ctrcle wlll meet car had to be towed on Wednesday at 9;30 a.m. at the away after It struck the Turner home of Mrs. Henry I. Hoot. 301 At 4 a.m. January 7. Constan- Lafayette avenue. tine A. Danos. Chester. was The BlIi!ding Committee Is travellJ;!g east on Swarthmore, scheduled to meet Wednesday avenue and 'making a'right turn evening at 7:30 p.m. The Offlc- onto Chester road when he col­ial Board will meet at 8 p.m. lided with the rear of the car of Valley Nurseries, MIDDLETOWN ROAD, MEDIA Opposite High Meadow (between Dutton Mill Road and Knowlton Road) TELEPHONe TREMONT 2-7206 ASK FOR BEN PALMER SHADE TREES DORMANT TRIMMING SPLIT HARDWOOD FIREPLACE WOOD (We Deliver) If no answer please call LOwell 6-2480 THE PRICE? We conduct services to lUit your budget ••• and ",II receive the' lame meticu­low attention. • IHE OLIVER H. BAIR CO. - II_ O. IUNIULI '120 CHISTNUT SiRl1T MAlrA. ...... " I Wednesday, January ,24 T. ..._ LO ...... ~:oo !\.M.-Holy Communion Hl:(lO A.M'.-Bandage Group Thursday, January ~5 10:00 A.M.-HOly Communlol) -LE-IPER CHURCH NOTES Swahmo uewl aPso llporco*kc,e Jerd• •i nWg alnlionrgthfo rodn. ..~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Rev. Mr. James Simpson Chester road. damaging the left of Harvard avenue, w1li be the front light and fender of g u est minister at Morning Danos car and the left rear TRINITY CHURCH Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday. quarter-panel and tall light of Th. R • .,. Layton P. Zimmer, R.ctar The R • .,. Georg;' R. McK.I.,ey, Curafe Sunday, January 21 (Epiphany 111) 8:00 A.M.-Holy Communion and Word 9:30 A.M.-"Holy Communion and Church SChool 11: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer, Ser· mGn and Church School 8:00 P.M.-Evensong Monday, January 22 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer Tu.sday, January 23 9:15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 11;00 P.M.-Evening Prayer Wednesdoy, January 24 7: OOA.M.GHoly Communion Morning Prayer 7:00 A.M.- Holy Communion 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 6: 15 P.M.-Evening Prayer 8;00 P .M.-Mlnlstry of Healing Thursday, January 25 (Con.,.rslon of St. Paul) 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 9:30 A.M.-Holy Communion 6:00 P.M.-Evening prayer 8:00 P.M.-Holy Communion Circle I will meet at the home the Pollock vehicle. Mrs. Albert Gengenbach. 936 At.8:57 p.m. January. firemen Green Briar Lane, Springfield. extinguished a fire in a car on at 11 a.m. on Tuesday. the parking lot at Fairview and All organizations of the church Chester roads. must submit a report of activ- In Media court January 8. Itles and finance for 1961 by Judge John Diggins pronounced January 21. They will be mlmeo- sentence of $200 fine plus costs graphed along with a new direc- or two months In jail on a Lester tory for distribution to every man Who pled guilty to driving family of the congregation. while intoxicated and landing ------_--=:-c-.-, :::. on the lawn of 45 Woodbrook THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS Sunday, January 21 9:45 A.M.-First-daY SChool 9:45 A.M.-Adult Forum. Speaker Robert Clark. M,D. 11:00 A.M.-Meeting for WClrshlp Monday. January 22 All-day SeWing For AFSC Wednesday, January 24 All-day Quilting For AFSC FIItST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCI ENTIST Park Avenue below Harvard Sunday, January 2~ road. last September 21. Early Tuesday morning. uary 9. Patrolman Edward Burgett assisted Ridley and Nether Providence Township police with three men who were wanted by Chester. Lower Merion and Tredyffrin Township police for a series of robberies. assault and battery. and car'steallng. The car of Dr. John H. Wigton of Ogden avenue was put out of commission in a skidding acci­dent at 8:25 a.m. January 10. Dr. Wigton was traveling west on Yale avenue on a green light at the Chester road intersection wheJ;! according to police. Joseph S. Gerko of Chester. traveling North on Chester road. skidded at the red light causing METHODIST CHURCH 11 :00 A.M.-Sunday. School 11:00 A.M.-The Le'Sson-Sermon . will be "Life." , Th. Rev. John C. Kulp, Minlst.r Jaln.s S. Mac Main Mlnl.t .. for Yauth Charl.s Schlsl.r Mlai.fer of Music, Sunday, ,Jalluary ~1 8:30 A.M.-Morning Wors~lp 9:45 A.M.-Bunday, SChool , 11:00 A.M.-Morning Worship 'l:OO P.M.-Br. IDgh FellowlJhlp 1 W ... ..ta,., Janullry 10, p .... -W.S.C .8, Wednesday evenln, meeting each week. 8 P.M. Reading Room. 409 Dartmouth Avenue. open week-days except holidays. 10- ~1~bl:~~~~:~ 5; Friday evenln& 7-9. II:~;.;:~ ------~:=-:::-- LEIPER PRESBYTERIAti ' '. CHURCH ' 900 Fairview Road Th. R.v. Jam.s Barb.r,Mlotlst.r Sunday, Jan,ua.ry 21 , , "S:30A.M.-Churcb SChool 11:00 Worship " . ... .' a - , F .: '-fu0 , , ~,,---~ff ')::--. -- ,- .-....: .'. - ," , . . '"'-43 --.:~." , " WhIlt'S lJour favorite food? Co_" it perJectllJ WITH GAS I Whether you cook on top burners or in the oven. you're sure to get the results you want." Modern gas ranges have accurate oven heat controls to assure perfect cooking results. and some have automatic tOP hurners that adjust to the desired heat. What's more. a,modern gas.range 'is desi~ned for conveD1e~t use. , , QaDI. yow _w. gas ..... ., ,,_ ...,.,.. tw ...,. I'IIiI J ,,.,. fJecfric.C Sf , . '~\I~CM .•• 11 a , PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC COMPANY •

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• JUlIIU7 19, 1982 Page 8 THE BWARTHIIOREAN F Ubrary PIaIS R CHESTER SPENCER Counly Writers Club SHS ART STUDENTS araess School Board Votes FUNERAL oM TUESDAY Gra TO APPEAR ON TV Saturday Story Il0l1$ (Continued from Page 1) To Hear Mrs. ves Sara Enion and Eleanor Lindsey The Board ot'Direclors of the 2 A • I Bu d had s- been a director of Mrs stuart Graves of Moylan, 0 art students from swartbmor Heien Kate Furneils Free Library, gains s ~~pr~ecessor, the Chester- ,director of the Junior Theatre ff ~lIgh SChool, will sp~;~ o~ th~ Nether PrOVidence, met al Ihe d Bank and Trust Com- the Community Art center n television, program, T e ex library January 9; Mrs. Huber t Deny Discrimination Cambrl Hge was a director of the Wallingford, will be t/le guest eneration" on January 21 ,A. Johnson, president, annoullCed Ana'lnst Rufledge ~~'ter ~wal Cemetery, a mem- speaker of the Wrlteru Club of 12:30 p.m.. d tw the new opening hours at thts b res and former trustee of the .Delaware County on Tuesday, The panel, which inclu es time. They are: ..., s:'arthmore Presbyterian Church 'at 10 a.m. The meeting wUl be- ther students from Phtladelphia Monday through Friday 2 to As promised upon its 4-3 where he'had also been preid~ 'held In the'Municipal BuUding, ghschoolsandJackBookbinder 5 p.m.; 7 to 9:30 p.m.; Saturdays denial last October the S~arth- 'dent of the Men's ~ible Class, Upper Darby. She, will talk on reclor ,of art education for the 10 'a.m. to 2 p.m. more-Rutledge School Board and a member of CQlllnial Club, 'play writing. Phtladelphta schools, will dis- Mrs. J. Harrl'80n Eastwood, reviewed the matter of a free a Chester business men's orll8ll- Mrs. Graves founded the cuss "The Place, of Art in Ed- chairman of the program com-bus tor Rutledge elementary ization He was a thirty-second ;Junior Theater 14 years ago and cation". Iilittee, announced a story Hour chtldren Tuesday night but the de ree' Mason and an honor!'fY since that time has staged and • for January 20 at 10:30 a.m. The vote went even more heavily mlmber of the William Penn directed many children's plays BRIDGE WINNERS NAMED rldg library will sponsor a story hour .agalnst the proposal. Both new Lodge Chester. He formerly was, for the a:tscenter: She has At the Crum Creek B e ,very saturday at this time. Mrs. members of the board, Raymond presid~nt of the Tinicum Bank,. taught dramatics and public Club l'ast week Mrs. Franklin t.eonard Berwick will lell the Winch and Dr. John Wigton, voted Essington which was sold some speaking at the Philadelphia Gillespie and Mrs. A. L. Clifton stories 'at the first session. "NO", more than counteracting years ago to the Delaware Count-, School of Occupational Therapy placed first and Mr. and Mrs. " • tile loss of retiring members National Bank' a di~ectorofEx- d is currently teaching chUd- Earle Depplch were second .• Samuel Ca:penter who had been ~elsior Saving' Fund Society; an, activities and story-tell- The next meeting will be held "pro" atld Donald Jones "con". Chester; member of Rolling Green ~~; ~here. TueSd::.ay:::.._e_v,_eni_n_g .. ____ _ The two Rutledge members. Goif Club and the Kiwanis Club David Vint and Call Anderson f Chester' and a director of the G' GARDEN CLUB MEETS who moved and seconded the ~ld swarthmore Chatauqua. Be- Concert Group IVeS The Swarthmore Garden Club proposal were its oniy sup- fore moving to Swarthmore he and met at the home of Mrs. Robert porters, creating a 5-2 decision. his wife, the former Frances Ful- G and S. Excerpts M. Grogan on Monday of last New 'boa:d president JO,!" 'ton of Chester, lived In Ridley The Middletown Free Library week for dessert and coffee Spencer relterated}he Board spark. wlll sponsor a program of ex- before the monthly meeting. stand that it had leaned over Surviving besides his widow cerpts from the Gilberl & Sul- The Misses Boyd and oft of backwards to try to do as Rut- are three sons and four daughters livan Operettas by the Concert Bryn Mawr gave a lec~we on ledge desired - first In con- John F., vice president of the Group of the Rose Valley Chorus corsage making and this was sideringclosing !he school whe~ printing compal'Y, William C., tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. (Snow followed by a workshop period. requested by one group 0 treasurer Stephen F.., also a mem- date January 27) at Indian , " parents, later, in trying 10 keep ber of ihe' firm, Mrs. Mildrid Lan~ Junior High S~hool. "r:"~I=s=a=w=i=t=i=n=t=h::e=s::w=art=h=m=o=r=ea=n=,~ it open when another group Hutcheson, teacher otpi!J.QlLat. ArineVoight, soprano and alto, Ii protested, and had only closed Baldwin School, (all of' Whom: sings the soprano parts for the it after the State demanded 11 ve in Swarthmore); Dorothy group. Sally Mcfadden, former renovations that a subsequent Spencer Bryn Mawr, teacher of director of the choir of Nativity architect's stud:, revealed would anthrpp~logy In, the ~!ad!l,~te, BVM Church in Media, and also DESSERT BRID~~ be too costly. He concluded scbooT oY't'!ie;Universllyofpenn-, known for her straight dramatic' ali. (in answer to comments made sylvania; Frances (Mrs. Charle~ roles with the Swarthmore Play- WOMA""$, CLUB by several Rutledge residents Abbe), Newtown, Bucks County, ers Club, sings the alto. The IT International AHa in prescriptions priced right! When your Doctor writes a preseription for you, h~v-: it filled by our "PrescriptIon Specialists!' We are espec­ially proud o! t~e c~rerul service we offer In thiS de­paJ" tment - always at uni­formly fair prices. before ,and after the decis!on and Louise (Mrs. Horace P. Fry, men's parts are sung by Donald TUESDAY, JANUARY 30 that Rutlehdakge "wasdnotht g:tlO~ Jr.). West Chester. Another son, MIlCRostle. baritone, who has 1:00 P.M., A. G. CATHERMAN' "a lalr s e "? e ?,ar Robert Chester Spencer, Jr., W~E sung In the roles of Pooh Bah PHARMACIST, was doing it an illJustice), No killed in an' alrplane accident 10 in the Mikado and Wilfred in Dout". SI.OO Brill ...... one has any right to say We are san Juan, Puerto Rico, several YoemanoftheGuard; and Perdue 17 South Chester Road discriminating agalnst Rutledge. years ago while serving as a Cleaver Rose Valley Chorus's Door Prizes and Bake Table Swarthmore, penoo Such ideas are completely un- comm~rcial pilot following many 1 didg Gilbert & SUl1ivanl~;;;~~;:;;;~~;:;;~::;;;::~?b;;;;jr-o;;;~f-_~~_~ founded and unfalr and I'd like combat missions with the Ameri- et~ rlty r .... ..,. to see them discontinued." 'can forces during World War 11: aUF °dE~helmeyer singer actor David Bowler. a Swarthmore Nineteen grandchildren and three fOl:~ancer teacher writer and resident attending the meeting, IIreat grandchildren survive., , alist 'pulls the concert told the Board that he lived Following the service conduct-, Jour~h' tor' Thelma close to the school so had no ed by the Rev. Dr. Evor Robe~ts, toge i erth ~ n~raac~ompanist. problem per; Dnally but his un- paslor, in the, Presbytenan crOWd si ie riou~ 5 derstandlng, through Dr. Car- Church Tuesday, interment was A m 5S on s ree. penter, of the distance, lack of in the family burial plot In Ches- FRIENDLY OPEN HOUSE complete sidewalks, and eco- ter Rural Cemetery. Edgmontave- TO HEAR BOOK REVIEWER nomicR 'in the Rutledge situ a- nuc, Chester. The Friendly Open House for tion made him feel a free bus older citizens met at the Pre s-was justified on all counts- BEREAVED byterian Church January 8. Mrs. at least for children truough Mrs. Roger Russell of 416 Chester Wolf, a puppeteer, ex-thtrd grade - "though when they Haverford, place was bereaved' plalned how she became inter­are older the walk would prob- Monday by the death of her in- ested as a hobby and how she ably do them good." He said he valid brother Emest Coulter. made them. understood the cost to the Mr. Coulter had been a resident Tea was, served under the ' Board would only be $5000 per of Inglis House, Belmont and chairmanShip of Mrs. James year. Cor Pool Cited Conshohocken avenues, Phila- Patchelliromthe Tlinity Church. After the decision Rutledge's I-=de::l:p::.::hi::a:•:.. .:fo::r:..2::5:..:Y...:.,ea.::r.::.s:...- :-..,-_--1 She was assisted by Mrs. mayor, James Elliott, referred upset stomachs after being re- Newton Ryerson, who poured, to difficulties in operation of quired to eat their lunches in a andbyMrs. Frances G. Lumsden, car 'pools - "I don't believe period, she understands to be Mrs. J. Alfred Calhoun and Mrs. there are a' dozen two-car limited to 20 minutes. District Clarence Worst. families in Rutledge" and added Superintendent Harry Kingham The next meeting will be on that he felt the Board had spent said he doubted if time in the Monday when Mrs. Peter E. money "lots of times thet could lunchroom was quite so restrlcl- Told will present a book review. have been used better for a free ed. The Board directed him to bus." Paul Mecouch, another investigate both matters and re. leader in the bus fight who is port back to it. already paying three dollars a Reoignation week for transportation of his The resignation of sixth grade Mrs. Duncan Foster of Crest lane is a patient in the Urologic Clinic, 1900 Spruce street, for the treatment of an ulcer. PREDICAMENT When our new store was completed a year-abd-arbalr a!lo, the wonderful people (Suburban Glass Company) who in- , stalled ow doors did not expect carpet to come all the way to the door, and did not allow clearance for carpet. Meanwhile, we used a carpet and a cusion whicb resists matting, and In eighteen months, it has retained its thick­ness, so that we finally bad to remove some of the cushton to allow the door to cl,e l1r. If you would like the "predicament" of carpet an~ cushton which does not mat readily, clill (J'AulSMt l! CO",~~ Mohawk Corpeting • Campleht Pri~ rta"ge • VnentaJ KUgs 100 Park Ave., s.wart~ore, Pa. Klngswood 3-6000 - Clearbrook 9 4646 lP.,. ... ,.... KNOWS Carpet children on the bus provided but teacher Luman Gesford tendered not paid for'by the District, and "due to IIUness", to become ef­will have more to pay for ,ne!'t fective February 1, was accepted. year, said. "Only ten fWii'nies The request of Mrs. Robert C. caused this whole affalr and the way It has been resolved is Jagel of Riverview road to bring a most unfortunate economic a deserving and talented Japan- , ese girl to this country to attend Weekend Special hardship on Rulledge." Swarthmore High School tuition Mrs. James Crawford, after the free next year in preparation for deCision. stated that since the going 'to college in the United District did not want to get into the "bus business" she hoped States, was refused, by a six-to-one vote indicating the Board it would get oUl of the "maga- would rather not encourage In-zine selling business" and pre dividuals to foster foreign stu­vent notices of magazines bein dents' free attendance in, the sent home with small chlldre schools although It had been ap­who feel underprivileged If the proving students formally spon­are not permitted to subscribe. sored by American Field Service She also sald several childre and American Friends Service have had to go to a doctor fo Committee. CLOSE OUT SALE 3 PIECES ONLY 21 inch MAGNAVOX TELEVISION ~ PRICE 1 DANISH WALNUT LIST PRICE $315.00 SALE PRICE $157.50 1 MAHOGANY with LIST PRICE $425.00 REMOTE CONTROL SALE PRICE un.so 1 MAHOGANY CONSOLE, ~mtpR~~EE ' ' :m:= nlllUSK 101, 11K. 10 Pork Avenue KI SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRYERS STEWERSROASTERS LEGS & BREASTS ----------------------------.-------~ It costs no mor. to enjoy ,A. 'est Gt ••• The " FIRST AID SVlnl'tllf.loro Co lleg .. l..i br~r~ Swarthmore , l'p. , JII N 2 6' 1, 962 COURSE BEGINS FEBRUARY 6 THE SWARTHMOREAN FIRST AID COURSE , BEGINS FEBRUARY 6 $4.00 eER YEAR VOLUME 34 -NUMBER" SWARTHMORE, PA., FRID~Y, JANUARY 26. l::T AID couRsE---"-B-E-N---E=F=IT=-=B-=RIDGE SET llBRARYACHIEVES HIGHER DR.CHARL'U AHDERSDH ":':~~,~'::~:~~ :,,'"' "'FOR JANUARY 30 ' ten·hour s tan d III d First AId STATUS WITH 1961 GROWTH Course which begins o.nFebruary CLUBWOMEN ANNOUNCE ' 6 in the Hall GymnasIUm on the campus. The course wi~1 consist COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN CIRCULATION PASSES 100, 000; READER 'RATIO ~\:i;eo'~~oo;~oou~ ~:!:~~s e~;:' The international a!fairs de- 171L2 BOOKS PER RESIDENT,• SERVICES INCREASE February 6 - 13 - 20 - 27 partment of the Woman s Club of II , h 6' Swarthmore will hold its Benefit Swarthmore Public Library Association's Annual Meet- In~t~~~tiO~ which is free, is Bridge at 1 o'clOCk iI'uesday, ing Monday night in Borough Coun~il Room, BO,rough Hall. open to all ~en and women pf January 30. Mrs. Robert J. Tur-was sparked by Librarian Mary Ann Hunsicker s' report of Swarthmore. Those interested ner, chairman, anno~nces her library service in 1961 and declared by all present to be may get a text book from the committees as follows. one of the most satisfying and enjoyable in many years. Red Cross headquarters in Media. Tickets _ Mrs., J. IV: Warnes, "The big news of 1961 is the library's record high an- ____ Mrs. Norman A. Nledernter, Mrs. nual circulation of 100,394. This figure not on!y repr?se.nt.s 0 Robert Thomson, Mrs. Arthur B. an l'ncrease close to 5,000 over our 1960 cllculatlOn, It WIL Plans Meef n Kent' bake table - Mrs. Ford F. also at last squeezes us up and over the d ramat 1'c ' 100 , 000 Robi;,SOll, Mrs. Carl J. Atkdi nCs; figor'e Whl'ch'is used as the nominal dividing point between Ch Ed t. table prizes - Mrs. Howar . sthmaatl lo uarn d" lmitetldeiu"m l-isbirzaerdy laibcrhaireiveesd. 1"9m6i1d,d lteh-esni.z .ie sd "t hs e. tayteu asr' araefer uea Ion JBarco*kdsieo nE' . dCoroarw fporridz;e sc ol-lecMt, iorsn. "The principal reason for the dramatic C:lr<:ula~lOn !n Drs.Kingham, Draper, at door '_ Mrs. D. Mace Gowl~g, the past year - for the perennially dramatic CllculatlOn, 10 Mrs. Robert M. Grogan; publ~c-fact - rests basically with the nature of the community. MEMORIAL RITE MON. Will Speak feb. 22nd ity - Dr. Helen P. S,outh; tallies Literate Swarthmoreans not only draw on half a dozen dif- _ Mrs. David U. Ullman; setters ferent l'mmediate sources for their reading from the stocked As a follow-up of the study _ Mrs. Avery F. Blake; servers shelves at Bookways to the more speCiail :etd r!,s~ubce'e sb at FuOR tDR. ANDERSON amnidtt ereep oornt oyf othueth A dGvuisiodrayn cCeo m0 - s_e rMt rs_. WMilrlsi.a mW Hil.l iaGmil lM, JcrC.;l adreesn-. the college library or at work, wherever t a ~lg 't t Mrs they have also made use of their own commumty library 0 CHURCHMAN, EDUCATOR Swarthmore, the education. com- Jr.; flower arrangemen s _ . the extent that it has become one of the best patronized mittee of Women's International William C. Rowland. tt' League for Peace and Freedom This occasion is the depart-public libraries in the entire s a e. NATIONALLY REVERED has planned a meeting on ment's only opportunity to raise 17~ Books Per, Resident A Memorial Service for the "Character Education" to be funds for its beneficiaries, which In 1957, according to the Mar RED CROSS TRAINING Rev. Charles Albert Anderson. held in the All-Purpose Room includes International House, tin survey on public library serv who died Sunday morning at his of the Elementary School, on C.A.R.E., Meals for Millions, ice in Pennsylvania, for example, COURSE BEGINS FEB. 8 home 50 Morgan Circle. will be Thursday, February 22, at a p.m. U.N.I.C.E.F., and a Korean War Swarthmore's per capita boo held at 4 p.m. Monday, January Dr. Harry W. Kingham. super- 'Orphan. circulation stol)d at 16.18 - the A Red Cross training course 29, in the Swarthmore presby- 'intendent of the Swarthmore-' Sin Mi Sun. the war orphan, ,fifth highest in Pennsylvania! for new water safety instructors terian Chwch. Dr. Alexander Rutledge Schools, will speak on lives in the home of the Christ­Since that time. the increase in will be given at Swarthmore Mackie and Dr. Maurice Arm- the topic. "Character Education Ian Children's Fund, in Seoul, circulation has more ~han kept College beginning February 8, strong. both of Philadelphia, in the Scliooi"; Dr. Harry Draper, Kor ea. The club is especially pace with the borough s growl it has been announced by will assist Dr. D. Evor Roberts psychiatrist, resident of South pleased this year because Sin in population, resulting in a Edward B. Clay, water safety in the service. Princeton' avenue. member of Mi Sun has sent a personal let­even higher per capita circulatio chalrman of the Southeastern Dr. ,Anderson headed the de- the Jefferson Medical School ter. beautifully written inKorean, today. These figures now tell us Pennsylvania Red Cross chapter. partment of history of the Pres- and staff member of the Instib/te but fortunately translated, pro­that every !'lan, woman, and new- Classes will be held for 11 byterian Church, now the United for Nervous arid Mental Diseases bably by a teacher. After best born babe, 10 Swarthmore averag- cO'lsecutive Thursdays from 7 Presbyterian Church, from 1944 of Pennsylvania Hospital, will Christmas wishes and thanks for ed 17~ (17.45) books charged to 10 p.m. at Parrish Hall, Room until he retired in 1959. The speak on the topiC, "Charact~~ the club's help, Sin Mi Sun con-oU!. ln 1961. 22. Persons who successfully Presbyterian Historical Society Education in the Community. tlnues: . There are a number of rea- complete the training will be gave him a distinguished Ser- Both speakers were members of "Herelwill be prayi,ng so that sons helpful in explaining the qU~lified to teach Red 'Cross vice Award in that year. Prior the Advisory Committee. Mrs. our Lord will be with you and year's increase: courses in SWimming and life- to 1944, he had be~n president Bess B. Lane, chalrman of the give you much happiness and (1) Library faCilities. were saving. of two colleges ana held three education committee of WILPF, peace as He has given me. In available for a longer penod in Candidates must be 18 years pastoratesin a career recognized will preside. your care I am growing up weli 1961 than ever before. Winter of age or older and must have for its devoted service and for It is hoped that parents. day by day 10 be a faithful per­hours, which had for years been completed the Red Cross Senior its qulet friendship and wisdom. teachers and all others inter- son." A Christmas card was en­set at 29~ hours weekly, were Lifesaving course within the In 1954 he became chairman of ested in the welfare of the closed and also a picture of ' increase:1 in March, 196~, to 39~ past three years. the denomination's Interchurch children and youth of the com- three charming little Korean andan additional 2 hour lOcrease The course includes instruc- TransportationCommittee, a post munity will come to the meeting, girls one of whom is presumed went into effect in mid-Decem- tion and training in nine styles he held until his death. take part in the discussion to b~ Sin Mi Sun, but which one ber. Scheduled summer. hours of swimming strokes, lifesaving He and his wife, the following the talks, and act was not designated. were doubled flOm a prevIOus 15 skills and practical teaching, Gertrude Schauffler, came upon the recommendations comin@ hours weekly to an effective new methods. ' Swarthmore in 1944, living out of the meeting. 30 hours; There is no ,charge for this 734 Yale avenue until 1960 , ___ _ (2) Services were open to more Red Cross tralning. Classroom they moved to "Morganwood. CA PLANS people in 1961: special summer- and pool facilities are being His loss is deeply felt, not ' long borrowers' privileges on a made available to the chapter by the local church and by .... " non-paying basis were extended by the college as a community Presbyterian Denomination. K WEEKEND to more than 100 students from service. throughout the community. Rutledge, and the number Qf r~g- Registration for the course Born In Orange. N. J. the istered borrowers in general In- can be made at the first session. of Theodore M. and Agnes Sass creased by 545 patrons to a new Further information may be Anderson he was graduated foom high total registration of 4,4~4; obtained from the chapter's (3) Increased ge,neral ~CtiVlty water safety service, 235 South in and around the library 10 1961 17th street, Philadelphia, penny­included two large boo,k sales, ,packer 5-9000. one poster contest, SIX major _________________ book exhibits. a score of chil­dren's story sessions, a score of visits made to the library by individunl grade school classes .(or libraiy instruction, the 11- DISTRICT BAND BROADCAST TO BE HEARD SATURDAY A rebroadcast of a portion of last week's DiGtrlct Band Festi- (Continued on Page 5) val will be heard over WVCH be- PENFIELD NAMED AT tween 1 and 1:30 o'clock on Sat­urday, January 27. PENNSAL T COMPANY _' The three day festival, held' Walker Penfield, G u ern s e Y at the Oxford Area High SChool, road has been named an assist- included 137 selected student ant t~ the president of the Penn- musicians from 28 schools in the snit Chemical Corporation, Phil- Delaware and Chester county adelphia. Mr. Penfield was for- areas., The band was conducted merly secretary of the company. by Dr. James Thurmond of Leb- In his new position, Mr. Pen- anon Valley College. field will concentrate on' plans Representatives from Swarth­for the protection of personnel, more High School were Jane facilities and records of the Michener, Susan Carroll. Steve company. He joined PennsaU's Edwards, and William Wrege. research and development de-partment in 1928 and has since CANTEEN NEWS served in various engineering, DanCing, games and refresh-, manufacturing and executive as- ments for all are planned fqr the signments. Garnet Canteen Saturday night. Joseph T. Gormally, Walllng- Canteen will start at 8 o'clock ford, formerly assistant to the at the Rutgers Avenue School. secretary, has been made man- Chaperons will be Mr. and ager of Insurance. He lives on Mrs. Richard ilunt and Mr. and Country Club lane. I Mrs. Lee Jenk,ns. SHS 'OUTLOOK' TO BOW ON MONDAY There has not been a news­paper at the high school for the past three years. but the gap has now been filled. Janice Carroll, Betsy Petroskas and Graham Taylor are co-editors of the new Swarthmore "Outlook", which will make its debut on January 29. The paper will cover a variety of subjects including all school events - sports and profiles of the basketball players, plus photographs, outstanding student essays, editorials, cartoons, gos­Sip, and even a few choice wo.rds from the teachers. The paper will be published once 11 month. --------------- MEMORIAL SERVICE SUNDAY The memorial service for Mrs. Warren F. Falagher, who died on January 16, will be held (10 Sunday, January 28, at 3 p.m. In the S war t h m 0 r e Presbyterian Church. Jobs Will Send To Camp The'SwarthmoreColiege Chris­tian Association is holding a work weekend on February 2, 3. and 4 in order to raise funds to send underprivileged children to camp. The children are from the Robert Wade Settlement House in Chester. To raise money. the students are dOing odd-jobs on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning and arterooon. Any jobs will be done, e.g. washing windows, waxing floors, sandIng floors and woodwork, housecleaning, cleaning garages and basem*nts, babYSitting, m 0 v lng, Ironing, lawnwork, washing cars, etc. Interested persons are asked to write Sandy Hutchison, Swarth­more College or call KI 3-0200, extension 272. ------------------ CUB DINNER SET FOR FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2 Cub Scout Pack #432announces a change in plans for their an­nual Blue lind Gold Banquet. Instead of the second Friday it will be held on Friday, February 2, ,at the Swarthmore Methodist c'hurc:h at p.m. College Juniors Chosen For Summer Research Two Swarthmore College juniors have been chosen to partici.[lat~ in the third ye u 1)[ an Experimental European Sum­mer Research Program in In­ternational Affairs. Other in­stitutions represented include Colgate, Columbia, Princeton, Rutgers, MOllnt Holyoke, Occi­dental, and Pittsburgh. Swarthmore student Alice Handsaker of Easton will tmvel to France, where she will wo~k on Senegal as a case study 10 the problem of "The Economic Impact of Associating Devel­oping Countries with the European Economic Community~t. Lynn Hollen of Akron, 0., plans to spend the summer in Belgium studying "European Labor and, European Integration." The 19 students in this year's program will work on projects relating to the problem,: of European political cooreratlon. Their summer of research aliroad will be directed toward the preparation of senior theses or long honors essays upon their return to their college cnmpuses in September. The students will spend part of 'the coming se­mester doing prellmlnary re­search on their chosen topiCS. The research program, with headquarters at Princeton Uni­versity, was developed with the aid of a grant from the Caroegie Corporation of New York.

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INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE , January 19, 1962 PageS THE BWARTHMOREAN IF L"b Plans R CHESTER SPENCER Counly Writers Club SHS ART STUDENTS urness I rill School Board Votes FUNERAL ON TUESDAY TO APPEAR ON TV Saturday Story Hours Continued from Page 1) To Hear Mrs, GraYes Sara Enlon and Eleanor Lindsey The Board of Directors of tho! B (had been 5-2 a director of Mrs Stuart Graves of Moylan, two art students from SW artbmor Helen Kate Furness Free Library, Against us Bank and~cessor the Chester-director of the Junior Theatre ?f ~igh School, will appear on th~ Nether Providence, met at the lts ~r~d Bank'and Trust Com- ·the Community Art center In television . program, "The 2~ex library January 9. Mrs. Hubert Deny Discrimination Cam r H~e was a director of the Walllngford, will be the guest eneration" on January A• Johnson, president, announced ~~~;ter Rural Cemetery, a mem- speaker of the Writers CIU~ of 12:30 p.m. hi h i ludes two the new opening hours at this A 'sf Rutledge be and former trustee of the Delaware county on Tues ay, The panel, w c nc time. They are: gain . s:arthmore Presbyterian Church ·at 10 a.m. The meeting wl1l be- ther students from Philadelphia Monday through Friday 2 to As promised upon Its 4-3 where he· had also been prem., ·held in the ·Munlcipal Building, high schools and Jack Bookbinder 5 p.m.; 7 to 9:30 p.m.; Saturdays denial last October the Swarth- .dent of the Men's Bible Class, Upper Darby. She. will talk on irector of art education for the 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. more-Rutledge School Board and a member of Cglonial Club, play writing. Philadelphia schools, will dls- Mrs. J. Harrison Eastwood, reviewed the malter of a free a Chester business men's or~- Mrs. Graves founded the cuss "The Place of Art In Ed- ehalrman of the program com-bus for Rutledge elementary izauon He was a thirty-sec()nd -Junior Theater 14 years ago and ucation". mlttee, announced a Story Hour children Tuesday night but ~he de ree· Mason and an honor~ry since that time has staged and - for January 20 at 10:30 a. m. The vote went even more heaVIly me~ber of the William penn directed many children's plays BRIDGE WINNERS N~E~rid library will sponsor a story hour agalnst the proposal. Both new Lodge Chester He formerly was for the arts center: She has At the Crum Cree ge ~very Saturday at this time. Mrs. members of the boar~, Raymond presld~nt of th~ Tlnicum Bank,. taught dramatics and public Club I~st week Mrs. FrJ"I~~:~~ ~eonard Berwick will tell the WinchandDr.John Wigton, voted Essington which was sold some speaking at the philadelphia Gillespie. and Mrs. A. L. d M stories· at the first session. "No", more than counteracting years ago to theDelaware Count-. School of occupational Therapy placed fust. and Mr. an r~... • the loss of retiring members National Bank;a directorofEx.- and is currently teaching child- Earle DepP1ch. were secon. Samuel C:,!penter who h,!,! be~,n ~elsior Saving Fund Society, ren's activities and story-tell- The ~ext meellng will be held "pro" ano Donald Jones can . Chester· member of Rolling Green. there Tuesday ev_e_n_i ng _ .. ______ The two Rutledge members, Golf CI~b and the Kiwanis Club IRg . David Vint and Carl Anderson f Chester· and a director of the 0 o· GARDEN CLUB MEETS who moved arId seconded the ~Id swarthmore Chatauqua. Be- Concert roup Ives The Swarthmore Garden Club proposal were Its only. surr fore moVing to Swarthmore he and met at the home of Mrs. Robert prescriptions priced right! porters, creatinga5-2deClslon. his wife the former Frances Ful- 0 and S. Excerpts M. Grogan on Monday of last New board president Jo~n ton of Chester, lived in Ridley The Middletown ~'ree Library week for dessert and co~fee Spencer reiterated the Board s Park. will sponsor a program of ex- before the monthly meellng. stand that it had "leaned over Surviving besides his widow cerpts from the Gilbert & Sul- The Misses Boyd and Ott of backwards to try t~ do as Rut- are three sons and four daughters livan Operettas by the Concert Bryn Mawr gave a lect.ure on ledge desired - fust In con- John F., vice president of the Group of the Rose Valley Chorus corsage making and thIS was sideringcloslng the school when printing compallY, William C., tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. (Sn.ow followed by a workshop period. requested by one group of treasurer,Ste~hen F,., also a mem- date, January 27), at IndIan parents, later· in trying to keep ber of the firm, Mrs. Mildrid Lane Junior High School. "I saw It in the Swarthmorean" it open when another group Hutcheson, teacher o!.piano _at. AnneVoight, soprano and alto,r.:================;j When your Doctor writes .a prescription for YOU, h~ve. It filled by our "PrescriptIon Specialists." We are espec­ially proud of t~e c!",eful service we offer In thIS de­paTtment - always at uni-protested, and had only closed Baldwin School, (all of Whom sings the soprano parts for the It after the State demanded live in Swarthmore); Dorothy p SallY Mcfadden, former renovations that a subsequent Spencer, Bryn Mawr, teacher of ~~~~cior of the choir of Nativity architect's stud~ revealed would anthrcp9logr in . th<: grad!'''.t:. BVM Church in Media, and al~o be too costlY.' He concluded schaal aT the-University of Penn . known for her straight dramallc· (in answer to comments made 3ylvania; Frances (Mrs. Charles roles with the Swarthmore Play_ by several Rutledge ,esidents Abbe) Newtown, Bucks County; Club sings the alto. The h d .., F ers , International AHain before and after t e eClSlOn and Louise (Mrs. Horace P. ry, men's parts are sung by Donald that Rutledge ,-:as not getting Jr.), West Chester. Another son, MacRostie, baritone, who has A. G. CATHEBMAN "a falr sh~e . a~d ~he B~ard Robert Chester Spencer, ~r., Wll. sung in the roles of Pooh Bah HARMACIST was doing It an IDJusllce), No killed in an airplane aCCldent ID ·n the Mikado and Wilfred in DOllllt101 $1,00 Br'" canl. P . ,.~ ... ;,-® DESSERT BRIDGE WOMAN-'S. CLUB TUESDAY, JANUARY 30 1:00 P.M. one has any right to say we are san Juan, Puerto Rico, several ~oemanorthe Guard; and Perdue 17 South ChesteI Road discriminating against Rutledge. years ago while serving as a Cleaver Rose Valley Chorus's Door Prizes and Bake Table Swarthmore, PellDQ. Such ideas are c.omplete!y un- commercial pilot f~llowing man.y I e a d i ; g Gilbert & Sullivan I~~::;;~::;;;;';:~~;:;:;;;;:;;;;:'::::;~;;;;:;;t;;i;;;;:;;:--;;;;:~;;;;;;;;;;'r-, founded and unfBlr and I d I1ke combat missions With the Amen- th.t d· r d " . . 11' au on y. to s~e them 1scon lOue. can forces dunng World War . Fred Echelmeyer, Singer, actor, DaVId Bowler, a Swarthmore Nineteen grandchildren and three f Ik-da cer teacher writer and resident attending the meetlng, great grandchildren survive. .0 alt t 'ulls the concert told the Board that he lived Following the service conduct-· tur~h s) asP narrator. Thelma close to the school so ~ad no ed by the Rev. Dr. Evor Robe~ts, (!ge . ertheGroup's ac~ompanist. problem per; onally but hIS un- pastor, in the Presbytenan rowd I~. . f e derstanding, through Dr. Car- Church Tuesday, interment was A miSSIon IS re . penter, of the distance, lack of in thefamily burial plot in Ches- FRIENDLY OPEN HOUSE complete sidewalks, and eco- ter Rural Cemetery,Edgmontave- TO HEAR BOOK REVIEWER nomlcs in the Rutledge sltua- nue, Chester. The Friendly Open House for tion made him feel a free bus --- older citizens met at the Pre s-was Justified on all counts- BEREAVED byterlan Church January 8. Mrs. at least for children through Mrs. Roger Russell of 416 Chester Wolf, a puppeteer, ex-third grade - "though when they Haverford place was bereaved: plalned how she became inter­are older the walk would prob- Monday by the death of her in- ested as a hobby and how she ably do them good." He said he valid brother Ernest Coulter. made them. understood the cost to the Mr. Coulter had been a resident Tea was served under the Board would only be $5000 per of Inglis House, Belmont and chairmanship of Mrs. James year. Conshohocken avenues, Phila- PatcheUfromthe Trinity Church. Arter tChea r dPeocoisl ioCni teRdu tledge' s delphia, for 25 years. She was assisted by Mrs. ~':'::;:=":":':':--=--------t ~aY~[ifig:i~~ ~~Ii~~t~r:~~~r~~ ~~~r~td ~~o~~~~~e~t~~n~~!~gi~e~ Sf~~~£:fe~:~~~~::La~~~!~~: car pools - "I don't believe period, she understands to be there are a· dozen two-car limited to 20 minutes. District Clarence Worst. families in Rutledge" and added Superintendent Harry Kingham The next meeting will be on that he felt the Board had spent said he doubted if time in the Monday when Mrs. Peter E. money "lots of times that could lunchroom was quite so restrict- Told will present a book review. have been used better for a free ed. The Board directed him to bus." Paul Mecouch, another investigate both malters and re­leader in the bus fight who is port back to it. already paying three dollars a Resignation week for transportation of his The reSignation of sixth grade Mrs. Duncan Foster of Crest lane is a patient in the Urologic CliniC, 1900 Spruce street, for the treatment of an ulcer. PREDICAMENT When our new store was completed a year-ahd-a-balf ago, the wonderful people (Suburban Glass Company) who in­stalled our doors did not expect carpet to come all the way to the door, and did not allow clearance for carpet. Meanwhile, we used a carpet and a cusion which resists matting, and in eighteen months, it has retained its thick­ness, so that we finally had to remove some of the cushion to allow the door to clea, r. If you would like the '''predicament'' of carpet and cushion which does not mat readilY, call (pAuls,," l! CO"tr..e~ Mohawk Carpeting - Complete Pri.,. l(o"g8 - Urlental Kugs 100 Park Ave., s.warthmore, Pa, Klngswood 3-6000 - CLearbrol3k 9 4646 d'~",r.fi9 KNOWS Carpet children on the bus provided but teacher Luman Gesford tendered not paid for·by the District. and "due to illiness", to become ef­will have more to pay for .ne~t fectiveFebruaryl,was accepted. year. said, "Only ten famIlies The request of Mrs. Robert C. caused this whole affalr and the way it has been resolved is Jagel of Riverview road to bring a most unfortunate economic a deserving and talented Japan- . Weekend Special hardship on Rutledge." ese girl to this country to altend MrS. James Crawford, after the Swarthmore High School tuition deCision, stated that since the free next year in preparation for District did not want to get into going to college in the United States, was refused by a six-to­the "bus business" she hoped one vote indicatin·gthe Board it would get out of the "maga· would rather not encourage in­zine selling business" and pre- dividuals to foster foreign stu­vent notices of magazines bein dents' free attendance in. the sent home with small childre schools although it had been ap­who feel underprivileged if the proving students formally spoo­are not permitted to subscribe. sored by American Field Service She al so said several childre and American Friends Service have had to go to a doctor fo Committee. CLOSE OUT SALE 3 PIECES ONLY 21 inch MAGNAVOX TElEVISION Y2 PRICE 1 DANISH WALNUT LIST PRICE $315.00 SALE PRICE $157.50 1 MAHOGANY with LIST PRICE $425.00 REMOTE CONTROL SALE PRICE $212.50 1 MAHOGANY CONSOLE ~~nt:~fc~ mUg 111 MUSIC 801, INC. JO Park Avenue K13- SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRYERS STEWERS ROASTERS LEGS & BREASTS It costs no more ta enjoy the Best at , , , The SVrnrthnorl: Co Ile[!:\!" Li brnr~ Swarthmore l'p. .JAN 2 f! 1962 FIRST AID COURSE BEGINS FEBRUARY 6 THE SWARTHMOREAN FIRST AID COURSE BEGINS FEBRUARY 6 $4.00 Po ER YEAR VOLUME 34 -NUMBER.. SWARTHMORE, PA., FRID"Y.! JANUARY 26~:::~ AID COURSE-----:-B...... E =N=E=F=IT=-=B:=RIDGE SET. . -RY A-CHIEVES HIGHER DR. CHARLES A, ANDERSON . LI BRA BEv~~~~ni~E:a~~~~~ :ir~ct t~e FOR JANUARY 30 STATUS WITH 1961 GROWTH ~;~~~:~~~~~e~~;sdo.::.':~r~~:~ CLUBWOMEN ANNOUNCE 6 in the Hall GymnasIUm on the campus. The course wi~l consist COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN CIRCULATION PASSES 100, 000; READER RATIO ~\;i~eo,~~~~:oou~ ;~::~~:s e~~: The international affairs de- 17112 BOOKS PER RESIDENT,' SERVICES INCREASE ings February 6 - 13 - 20 - 27 partment of the Woman's Club of Il and March 6. Swarthmore will, hold its Benefit Swarthmore Public Library Association's Annual Meet- Instruction. which is free, is Bridge at 1 a clock lI'uesday, ing Monday night in Borough Council Room, Borough Hall, open to all men and women o[ January 30. Mrs. Robert J. Tur-was sparked by Librarian Mary Ann Hunsicker's report of Swarthmore. Those interested ner, chairman, announces her library service in 1961 and declared by all present to be may get a text book from the committees as follows: one of the most satisfying and enjoyable in many.years. RedCrossheadquarters in Media. Tickets _ Mrs .. J. W.. Warnes, "The big news of 1961 is the library's record high an- Mrs. Norman A. Nledernter, Mrs. nual circulation of 100,394. This figure not only repr~sent.s 0 Robert Thomson, Mrs. Arthur B. an increase close to 5 000 over our 1960 circulatIOn; It WIL Plans Meet n Kent; bake table _ Mrs. Ford F. also at last, squeezes u's up and over the dramatic· 100,000 Robinson, Mrs. Carl J. Atktns; figu;e which is used as the nominal dividing po~nt between Ch Ed t" table prizes - Mrs. Howard C. small and medium-sized libraries. 196.1' th e~, 1s " the year aracter uca Ion JBarco*kdls.eo nE· '. dCoroarw fporridz; esc ol-lecMtiorsn. that our "little" library achieved "m1ddle-su~ed s.tatu~! "The principal reason for the dramatic ,:ucula~lOn ~n Drs,Kingham, Draper at door ._ Mrs. D. Mace Gowing, the past year - for the perennially dramatiC cHculallon: 10 Mrs. Robert M. Grogan; public-fact - rests basically with the nature of the commuDlt.y. MEMORIAL RITE MON. Will Speak Feb, 22nd ity - Dr. Helen P. E;outh; tallies Literate Swarthmoreans not only draw on half a dozen d1f- _ Mrs. David U. Ullman; setters ferent immediate sources for their reading from the stocked As a follow-up of the study _ MrS. Avery F. Blake; servers shelves at Bookways to the more specialized resourc~sbal FOR DR. ANDERSON ami report o[ the Advisory Com- _ Mrs. William H. Gill, Jr.; des-the college library or at work, wherever that ,?Igh~ be, u mittee on youth Guidance a sert _ Mrs. William McClaren, they have also made use of their own commumty IIbrar! to CHURCHMAN, EDUCATOR Swarthmore, the education. com- Jr.; flower arrangements _ Mrs. the extent that it has become one of the best patroDlzed mittee of Women's International William C. Rowland. ~ublic libraries in the entire state! NATIONALLY REVERED League for Peace and Freedom This occasion is the depart- ~ has planned a meeting on ment's only opportunity to raise 17Yz Books Per Resident A Memorial Service for the "Character Education" to be funds[or its beneficiaries, which In 1957, according to the Mar RED CROSS TRAINING Rev. Charies Albert Anderson. held in the AU-Purpose Room includes International House, tin surveyon public library serv who died Sunday morning at his o[ the Elementary School, on C.A.R.E., Meals for Millions, ice in Pennsylvania, for example, COURSE BEGINS FEB. B home 50 Morgan Circle, will be Thursday, February 22, at 8 p.m. U.N.I.C.E.F., and a Korean War Swarthmore's per capita boo held at 4 p.m. Monday, January Dr. Harry W. Kingham, super- ·Orphan. circulat.ion sto~d at 16.18 - th~, A Red Cross training course 29, in the Swarthmore Presby- intendent of the Swarthmore-· Sin Mi Sun, the war orphan, ·flfth h1ghe~t 10 pe~nsYlvam~. for new water safety instructors terian Church. Dr. Alexander Rutledge Schools, will speak on lives in the home of the Christ­Since that time, the mcrease In will be given at Swarthmore Mackie and Dr. Maurice Arm- the topiC, "Character Education ian Children'S Fund, in Seoul, circulation has more ~han kept College beginning February 8, strong, both of Philadelphia, in the School"; Dr. Harry Draper, Kor ea. The club is especially pace with the boroug~ s growt it has been announced by will assist Dr. D. Evor Roberts psychiatrist, resident of South pleased this year because Sin in population, resultmg 10 a Edward B Clay water safety in the service. Princeton· avenue, member of Mi SUIl has sent a personal let­even higher per capita circulalio chalrman ~f the' Southeastern Dr. Anderson headed the de- the Jefferson Medical School ter beautifully written in Korean, today. These figures now tell us Pennsylvania Red Cross chapter. partment of history of the Pres- and staff member of the Institute bui fortunately translated, pro­that every .man, woman, and new- Classes will be held for 11 byterian Church, now the United for Nervous and Mental Diseases b"bly by a teacher. After best born babe 10 Swarthmore averag- consecutive Thursdays from 7 Presbyterian Church, from 1944 of Pennsylvania Hospital, will Christmas wishes and thanks for ed 17¥.. (17.45) books charged to 10 p.m. at parrish Hall. Room until he retired in 1959. The speak on the topiC, "Charact~~ the club's help, Sin Mi Sun con-out in 1961. 22. Persons who successfully Presbyterian Historical Society Education in the Commumty. linues: "There are a number of rea- complete the training will be gave him a distinguished Ser- Both speakers were member s of "Here I will be praying so that sons helpful in explaining the qualified to teach Red Cross vice Award in that year. Prior the Advisory Committee. Mrs. our Lord will be with you and year's increase: courses in swimming and life- to 1944, he had been president Bess B. Lane, chairman of the give you much happiness and (1) Library facilities. ~e~e saving. of two colleges and held three education committee of WILPF, peace as He has given me. In available for a longer pen~ 10 Candidates must be 18 years pastorates in a career recognized will preside. your care I am growing up weil 1961 than ever before. WlOter of age or older and must have for its devoted service and for It is hoped that parents, day by day to be a faithful per­hours. which had for years been completed the Red Cross Senior its quiet friendship and wisdom. teachers and all others lOter- son." A Christmas card was en­~ et at 29¥.. hours weekly, we~e Lifesaving course within the In 1954 he became chairman of ested in the welfare of the closed and also a picture of lDerease,lln March, 1961, to 39Y:i past three years. the denomination's Interchurch children and youth of the c.om- three charming little Korean andan addillonal2 hour mcrease The course includes instruc- TransportalionCommittee, a post munity will c.ome to th~ meell~g, girls. one of whom is presumed went into effect in mid-Decem- tion and training in nine styles he held until his death. take part I~ the diSCUSSIOn to be Sin Mi Sun, but which one ber. Scheduled summer. hours of swimming strokes. lifesaving He and his wife, the former follOWing the talks: and ~t was not designated. were doubled from a prevIOUS 15 skills and practical teaching. Gertrude Schaumer, came to upon the recommend allons comlD~ _____________ hours weeklY to an effective new methods. . Swarthmore in 1944, living at out of the meeting. 30 hours; There is no ·charge for this 734 Yale avenue until 1960 when __ _ (2) Services were open to more Red Cross training. Classroom they moved to "Morganwood." COLLEGE CA PLANS people in 1961:, sp~c.ial summer- and pool facilities are being His I~ss is deeply felt, not only , long borrowers pnv11eges on a made available to the chapter by the local church and by the non-paying basis were extended by the college as a community Presbyterian Denomin~tion, but WORK WEEKEND to more than 100 students from service. throughout the commuDlty. Rutledge, and the number of reg- Registration for the course Born in Orange, N. J. the son Odd J b W'II S d istered borrowers in general in- canbemade at the first session. of Theodore M. and Agnes Sass 0 S I en creased by 545 patrons to a new Further infc.rmation may be Anderson he was graduated from Ch'ld T C high total registration of 4,404; obtained from the chapter's I ren 0 amp (3) Increased general activity water safety service, 235 South in and around the Il·b r ary 1. 0 1961 17th street. Philadelphia, Penny- The"SwarthmoreCollege Chris-ddt 1 b k I tian Association is holding a oinncel u peo sterw oc onarteges t, 0S0I.X sma a~jso,r .pa_ck_er_ 5_-9_000_. _______ SHS 'OUTLOOK' TO work weekend on February 2, 3, book exhibits, a score of chil- and 4 in order to raise funds to dren's story seSSions, a score DISTRICT BAND BROADCAST BOW ON MONDAY send underprivileged children to of visits made to the library by TO BE HEARD SATURDAY camp. The children are from the individual grade school classes Robert Wade Settlement lIouse for library instruction, the Ii- A rebroadcast of a portion of There has not been a news- in Chester. (Continu~ on Page 5) PENFIELD NAMED AT PENNSAL T COMPANY last week's District Band Festi- paper at the high school for the To raise money, the students val will be heard over WVCH be- past three years. but the gap has are dOing odd-jobs on Friday tween 1 and 1 :30 o'clock on Sat- now been filled. Janice Carroll, afternoon and Saturday morning urday, January 27. Betsy Petroskas and Graham and afternoon. Any jobs will be , The three day festival, held' Taylor arc co-editors of the new done, e.g. washing windows, Walker Penfield, G u ern s ey at the Oxford Area High School, Swarthmore "Outlook", which waxing floors. sanding floors road, has been named an asslst- included 137 selected student will make its debut on January and woodwork, housecleaning, ant to the president of the Penn- musicians from 28 schools in the 29. cleaning garages and basem*nts, salt Chemical Corporation, Phil- Delaware and Chester county The paper will cover a variety babYSitting, m a v in g, ironing, adelphia. Mr. Penfield was for- areas.· The band was conducted of subjects including all school iawnwork, washing cars, etc. merly secretary of the company. by Dr. James Thurmond of Leb- events - sports and profiles of Interested persons are asked In his new pOSition, Mr. Pen- anon Valley College. the basketball players, plus to writeSandYHutchison,Swarth. field will concentrate on plans Representatives from Swarth- photographs,outstanding student more College or call KI 3-02UU, for the protection of personnel, more High School were Jane essays,editorials,cartoons,gos- extension 272. facilities and reco~ds of the Michener, Susan Carroll. Steve sip, and even a few choice wo.rds ________________ company. He Joined Pennsalt's Edwards. and William Wrege. from the teachers. The paper research and development de- ----------- will be published once a month. partment in 1928 and has since served in various engineering, manufacturing and executive as­Signments. Joseph T. Gormally, Walling-ford, rormerly assistant to the secretary, has been made man­ager of Insurance. He lives on Country Club lane. CANTEEN NEWS DanCing, games and refresh-. ments for all are planned fQr the Garnet Canteen Saturday night. Canteen will start at 8 o'clock at the Rutgers Avenue School. Chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jenk.lns. MEMORIAL SERVICE SUNDAY The memorial service for Mrs. Warren F. Faragher, who died on January 16, will be held on Sunday, January 28, at 3 p.m. in the S war t h mar e Presbyterian Church. CUB DINNER SET FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 Cub Scout Pack #432 announces a change In plans for their an­nual Blue and Gold Banquet. Instead or the second Friday It will be held on Friday, February 2 ·at the Swarthmore Methodist C'hurch at 6:30 p.m. College Juniors Chosen For Summer Research Two Swarthmore College juniors have lie en chosen to partici~at~ in the lhird ye lf ~)r an Experimental European Sum­mer Research Program in In­ternational Affairs. ·Other in­stitutions represented include Colgate, Columbia. Princeton. Rutgers, Mount lIolyoke, Occi­dental, and Pittsburgh. Swarthmore student Alice Handsaker of Easton will tmvel to France, where she will work on Senegal as a case study in the problem of "The Economic Impact of Associating Devel­oping Countries with the E~.lfo()ean I'~conomic Cornmunity~' Lynn Hollen of Akron. 0 .. plans to spend the summer in Belgium, studYing "European Labor and European Integration." The 19 students in this year's program will work on projects relating to the problem>. of European political cooperation. Their sumn:er of research abroad will be directed toward the preparation of senior theses Of long honors essays upon their return to their college campuses In September. The students will spend part of the corning se­mester doing preliminary re­search on their chosen tOI)ics. The research l)fogram, with headquarters at Princeton U nl­verslty, was developed with the aid of a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

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. ---, page 2 THE SWARTHMORE AN Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Black carried a bouquet of white Haverford avenue will have orchids and stephanotis. , Mr. and Mrs., Waller T. Black their weekend guests Mrs. Mrs. Bates was attended by of Haverford avenue entertained !Bllack's brother and sister-in- her five sisters. Mrs. George Mr. Black's cO-'IIlJrkers at a Mr. and, Mrs. William C. Beatty, .Ir.. the former Miss PERSONALS buffet dinner at their home and son Bill of Scarsdale, Mary George :.Iuller, was her Saturday evening. . Y. matron of hono:, Miss Sandra John Fischer. so~ of Mr .. and Mr. J. Roy Carroll, Jr., of Muller, her maid of honor, and Mrs. Charles E. Fischer of Riverview road spent last week Misses Linila, Dorothy and Wallingford, formerly of Swarth- Washington, D. C .. where he Muller,juniorbridesmaids. more, is president oftheJuniata the American Institute Her other attendants were Mrs. College Choir. JOhll is a tenor Architects executive board John Philip Larson, New York, in the choir which ",ill present which he is secretary. sister of the bridegroom. Miss a public concert in the sanc- Carroll joined him there on Gail Warren, Garden City, Miss tuary of the Centlal Schweitk- ,Iednesday and on Saturday they CarolynChun, Honolulu. Hawaii, felder Church in Worcester, enplaned for Hartford, Conn .. to and 1.1 iss Barbara George, /.!tJntgomery Count], on Sunday. isit their son-in-law and Shoreham. Dr. Helen South (]f the Dart- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. putnam pope Breed, mouth House will ,ail from New K. Fassett in Northampton, Mass Boston, Mass .. was best man, Yo r k tomorrow aboard the They attended services at the and the ushers were Mr. Jam "Caronia on a (Illise to the chapel at' Northampton at which Philip Larson, New York, Mr. south Pacific ami A.ustailia. the Rev. Dr. Joseph P. Bishop, Raymond Barnhart, Westport, Her itinerary will Illclude Bang. formerly of the Swarthmore Conn.. Mr. Richard Curtis, Kok, Hong Kong, Japan, and Presbyterian Church, de1ivered Shoreham, Mr. Jeffrey Glenn, Hawaii. sermon. AS,PPII, Colo.. Mr. George ~'r. and Mrs. Frallk G. Keenen Mr.and Mrs. Irvin R. MacElwee Edward Beatty, Jr .. Shoreham, ofNorthChesterroad entertained of Mt. Holyoke place left in and Mr. Donald poole, New a small group of friends at a December to visit during the York. dinner party on Wednesday holid'ays with their son-in-law Mrs. Bates, who attended evening in honol of Mr. and and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Skidmore College and the Uni­Mrs. Franklin F'laherty 01 Throckmorton and three children versity of Hawaii, is the grand­Guernsey road and Mr. and Mrs. in Encino, Calif. During their daughter of Mr. James Emmett Donald Hibbard ofSQuth Cheste! stay, Mr. and Mrs. MacElwee's Stringer, Frankfort, Ky., and road who will mo,"e shortly from son and daughter-in-law Mr. the late Mrs. Stringer, and Mr. Swarthmore to mak", their and Mrs. Donald MacE!wee and Mrs. Frederick G. Muller of elsewhere. Winchester, Mass., joined them Ridgewood, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. C. C .. lvin Naylor for a family reunion. Ensign 3ates was graduated of Columbia avenlle have re- Mrs. Vaughn K. Foster Cum Laude from Lawrenceville turned home from a vacation of Harvard avenue spent the week· School and Amherst College, 10 days in Eleuthera in the end visiting with her son-in-law Class ,of '60. He was graduated Bahamas. During Illeir absence and daughter Mr. and Mrs. with honors from the Naval Mrs. Naylor's mother Mrs. D. M. C. Harris in Monroesville. Officers' Candidate School, Carswell of Lansdowne stayed attended the wedding of Mrs. Newport, R. I. He is the grandson with their daugltter Alison. Foster's nephew Mr. of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mr. and Mrs. DonOlld P. Jones Henry Stone of New Castle, lVa11ace Todd of New York City of North Swarthmole avenue left MissCoralouWeise of and of Mrs. Clarisse M. Bates, by automobile on Monday for which took place on SatUrday New York. ' Springfield, Mass., where Mrs. the North Hills After a honeymoon trip to Jones will stay f<>r two weeks Church In Pittsburgh. Both Mexico, Ensign and Mrs. Bates • January 26, 1962 LIONS CLUB SPRINOFIELD ADULT SOHOOL 10 Monday Nights - 8:00 P.M, JANUARY 29 THROUGH APRIL 2 Bridge, Beginners Bridge, Intermediate Typing, Alilaveis Sew in g, All levels Russian, Intermediate ,Painting, Oils Investments Woodworking Leathercraft $8 Effect! v'; Speaking 8 Modern ~Iath for Parents 8 Guitar Playing 8 Physical f'itness,' Women's 8 Golf -8 Square Dancing, Beginners 6 Small Boat Handling 8 Ballroom Dancing, 8 Inter'nediate COUI)I~s 53. ~ ~ 5 5 5 10 REGISTRAnON (and INFORMAnON) at Sprl~gfleld High 5ch_1 Tues<lay, Jan. 23, and T~ursday, Jan. 25 7:30.9:00 ".M. Information: KI 3-4240 after 5:00 P.M. HOW DO YOU BUY CARPET? 1. Select a store which can help you. PAULSON is your neighborhoocl dealer • •. PAULSON cleans, repairs, reJyes, installs, renovates and 'hus learns how carpet performs year alter year. PAULSON is a member of national and local rug cleaner and' dealer associations, attends clinics to learn the latest information about libers and cleaning. PAULSON KNOWS Carpet. When you need carpet or cleaning ac/vice, call •.. with her son-in-I,'" and daugh- bride and bridegroom are will live in San Diego, Calif. ter Mr. and Mrs. W.I !;do,vin Gilson, uates of Westminster Among those attendirig the New Wilmington, Pa. wedding from this vicinity were: ~, C Jr.. and son Jim my and new It baby grandson David Jones -------------- Mrs. E. M. Bassett, Misses Gilson who arri,ed home from BATES _ MULLER Kathryn and Elizabeth Bassett, '''" S~· ott'r.~!'!'-_ the hospital on 'Tuesday. Mr. In the Church of the Advent, MMrr . anTdh oMmrsa.s SRewutehlel fWo.r dH oMdg e, Jones returned horne during the r ,rs. Mohawk Carpeting • Complete Price Range • Uriental Rugs week. Westbury, Long Island, N. Y., David.Cramp, Mrs. Neal Thurman, Miss Nancy Lou Muller, daughter Miss Ruth Abbott, Mr. and Mrs, 100 Park Ave., Swarthmore, Pa. Mrs. H. Lindley Feel'of North of Mr. and Mrs. George Frederick Donald W. poole and Mr. and Swarthmore avenue who has been Muller of Garden City and Mrs. A. Sidney Johnson, Jr., all Klngswood 3-6000 - CLearbrook 9-4646 recuperating at th'" home of her Shoreham, Long Island, became of Swarthmore; and Mr. and Mrs. son-in-law and daughter Mr. the b'ide of Ellsign John Rhodes Clark W. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. d'. , and Mrs A D 'd M S f B t S ..,.14 .. .,~ KNOWS Carpet . . aVl ,. peers 0 a es, U .• N.R., son of Mr. and John O. Larson of WallingfOrd'I'~~~~ii~~~~~~~~~~~~~2~~~;;~~-= Drew avenue since llefore Christ- Mrs. John Reginald Bates of mas, attended hel Presbyterian North Chesterroad and Shoreham, Circle Meeting Oll Wednesday Saturday, January 20. The BIRTHS ONCE IN A LIFETIME BUYS' and the P.E.O. Sisterhood meet- ceremony was performed by the Mr. and Mrs. W. Edwin Gilson,· • ing on Thursday. Rev. Frederick Underwood, and Jr., of Springfield, Mass., an- Mr. and Mrs . .A. David M. was followed by a reception at nounce the birth of their second Speers of Drew .... nue have as the Garden City Hotel. child and second son, David their guests this week Mr. The bride, given in marriage Jones Gilson, on January 18. Speers' brother-in-law by her father, wore a gown of Mr. and Mrs, Donald P. Jones sister Mr. and IIIrs. Grier M. pale ivory silk satin with a of North Swarthmore avenue are Shotwell of IndianapoliS, Ind. sheath skirt and bouffant train. the maternal grandparents. Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. I"rederick Her illusion veil was attached Minor E. Stoddard and Mr. Warren Patman of Michi!an avenue to a large single rose fashioned E. Gilson, both of Connecticut as their guest f{)1 a few from pale ivory silk satin. She are the paternal grandparents. ' their son-in-law Mr. Gallagher of Melbourne, Fla. who was also visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Curtis H Gallagher of Walli ngford.. . Im~'''ALII'4 E SlIBSCRIPTI Co KI 3-2080 MRS. LLOYD E. KAU Until Feb, 28, Sat. Eve. Pm;tl!! BuHal LIICheD. Served Daily Both Hot Ii Cold $1.Z,S • BuHel lilDers Thu~&day 5 to 9 - Sunday 3 to $2,75 + THE WilD aOOSE Route I, .Bel.imore Pike . (4 Miles W4If of Medla) 011 1l10II00\'11 9 South Chester Road ........ be ......... .nIl._", .aIae .. & .......... STATE INSPECTION U uAUL RnlT.ur WEAVER ALIGNMENT .... UII AWl MOTOR TUNE-UP with ENGINE SCOPE V. E. ATZ. 1<#9r. RUSSELL'S SERVICE Opposite Borough Parling Lot 11lltt'W,," 101441 ........... Lata"", , ...... Closed There are 22 Different Models and'9 Different Finishes in Zenith Space Command T, V, STEREO - TV - RADIO TIl MUSIC 101, INC. Park Avenue KI3-1460 ALL NEW-ALL GUARANTEED NO REORDERING 1-BROWNIE CAMERA Bmm F 2.1 plus BROWNIE Bmm PROJECTOR MODR 10 REGULAR 71.45 - BOTH $49.95 1-LATEST MODEL MINOX with case 149.95-99.95 1-A1RES F2.B PENTA 35 with case 104.00-69.95 1-MINOLTA 35 R.F. Fl.B CAMERA . with case 79.9O-49.B9 1-1.5 to lS POWER ZOOM BINOCULARS with case 95.00-59.95* 1-KODAK Bmm F1.9 ZOOM CAMERA (reflex) 199.50-129.95 1-ARGUS SOOA ZOOM Bmm PROJECTOR , 89.9H9.95 2-ARGUS SOOW AUTOMATIC' SLIDE PROJECTORS 99.95- ea. 67.B9 FIRST COME - FIRST SERVED CASH AND CARRY THE CAMERA & HOBBY SHOP 4-6 Park Avenue, Swarthmore KI 3·4191 FRI 9 to 8:30 EXCISE TAX January 26, 1962 ARTS CEITER PLANS FOR REGISTRA liON NEW CLASSES TO BEGIN M2~~s~ !}~!R~~~!ea~ reg- \ istration of classes which will begin on February 5 at the Community Arts Center on Rogers lane, Wallingford, are now being completed. Mrs~ Arthur Freedmanof ~edia, says, "All Delaware County redidents will be cordially wei· corned at the arts center. Reg­istrations are being taken now by telephone or by calling at the center. We offer classes for the whole family and for be­ginning or advanced students." W J.lIace Cushing Peters of Media, a new member of the faculty, will teach a course in 5culpture. A former 'assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Peters has taught at the Pennsylvania' Academy of Fine Arts, has had numerous one man shows in the East and has done commercial art work. Mr. Peters' class will work with live models. Instruc' tion willinclude aronature making and elementary casting pro- , cedures, Beginning and advanced students are welcome. THE SWARTHMOREAN REGISTRATION SCHEDULE PRIOR TO PRIMA.RY ELECTION, MA.Y 15TH, 1962 March 16th Last day an elector may remove from one election district to another 'in order to be permitted to vote in the new elec· tion district at the Primary Election. Persons moving after this date may vote in old election district if otherwise qualified. March 26th Last day all electors may register to vote at the Primary Election. This includes electors who will become of age on or before May 16th, 1962. March 26th Last day for an elector who has removed into a new elec· tion district to give notice to the Registration Commission in order to be permitted to vote in the new election district at the primary Election. The removal card must set forth a removal date into the new election district which cannot be later than March 16th. COU~T HI)USE HOURS Regular business hours up to and inclUjling Monday, March 26th _ Monday through Friday - 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 PlM. Together with such additional hours as deSignated below: March 16th Friday 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. March 17th saturday 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. March 23rd Friday 9: 00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. March 24th Saturday 9:00 A:M. to 4:00 P.M. HOURS FOR ROVING REGISTARS - 2 P.M, T09 P.M. Dote of Borough, Town Location Registrotion or Townshi warthmore Borough Borough Hall, Park & Dartmouth March 9 Rutledge Borough Fire House March 20 Nether Providence Twp. Nether Providence Elementary School Moore Road March 20 Netl,er Providence Twp. Nether Providence High School February 20 Morton Borough Morton Fire Co.#1 Woodland Avenue Refining Hames Valley Resident Page 3 A REMINDER-IF SNOW COMES! Dr. Paunl. Pitts, Rose Valley, manager of the rese,uch division Borough ordinance No. 623, of the research and development passed February 13, 1961, reo department of The Atlantic I~e- quires sno\\; to be removed from fining Company, has been named all sidewalks not later than 2-l resident manager of the depart· hours after the snow has ceased ment in Philadelphia, it was to fall. announced Monday. Violations ofthE Ordinance are In this newly-created post, subject to a fine or penalt.v not Dr. PiUs will be in charge of all exceeding $10 .. payment of which research and tievelopment activ- does not exempt the violator from ittesof Atlantic in Philadelphia, .the cost of removing the'snow with headquarters in the de· .frolll the sidewalks. partment's offices and labora- . Notices of violations will be tories at the company's Phil- delirered to' 'or po;;ted on the adelphia Refinery. premises. The Borough may then A native of Birmingham, Ala., have the snoW removed without Dr. Pitts of Buttonwood way further notice and the cost of re­joined Atlantic in 1949 as an m oval will be assessed against associate chemist following his the property owner. graduation from the Universit The Ordinance provides that of North Carolina with a doc any person who feels he has st.:', torate in chemistry. He was fered an injustice under the above named a senior chemist in 1953, ordinance may appeal to the Bor· supervising chemist in 1954, ough Council at the next regular assistant to the general manage meetin!'-Or at a meeting held not of research and development i less than 15 days from the date March, 1961, and manager of th of the action complained of. research division in July, 1961. Now is the time to make ar- During ,Vorld War n, Dr. Pitt. rangements to have your side· served with the U.S. Navy i walks cleaned of snow when nee· the Pacific theater, He is essary so that the Borough side­member of the American Petro' walks will all be in good condi· leum Institute, The America tion 24 hours after the snow has Chemical Society, Philadelphi ceased to fall. Organic Chemists Club, an~ All the Borough resideats will CatalysiS Club of Philadelphia. thank ,you. , A new arts and crafts package course for children from 7 to 12 years old will be offered be· ginning February 5. The new 15 - week course will include painting, enameling, block print­ing and ceramics. The group will meet on Saturday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. SHS TO PLAY University of Pennsylvania ,,-. ..... of New York City" guest on bank loan policy at !MllssaclhU!;etlts Institute of Tech· nology, a member of the Finan· cial Public Relations Assoc­iation and the Cambridge Cham­ber of Com merce. Cyril Gardner'S children's DARBY TONIGHT classes in painting and drawing will continue. Classes in pup­petry, taught by Emma Louise lVarfieldof Springfield and wood­working, taught by Walter Omlor will continue. Elizabeth Raleigh will teach classes in painting and composition; Lenore Sander, classes in Classical ballet technique; Corinne Kaufmann of Westbrook park, classes in modern creative dance; and Alan Shaw, ceramics for children. Tonight the Swarthmore High School Basketball team will travel to Darby, and on Tuesday afternoon will host Media. The game with Sharon Hill scheduled for last Friday night was called due to illness. Mr. Williams, his wife and two children make their- home in Lexington. Adult classes in painting and drawing will be taught by Katharine Hayes Porter, Jose­phine DeWitt Lipton, Elizabeth Raleigh, Frances Lackman, Anne Chuse RichRrdson, Robert An­thony, and Cyril Gardner. On January 12, the swarth­moreans ,wan a well-earne<! liictory over Yeadon by the score of '62-53. The Swarthmore boys hit for double figures as Skeets Anthony sank 21, Tom Delapp 16, and Terry Innis 15. Steve Beik and Bob Bennett dipped 5 apiece. yeadon led at the end of the first period, but Swarth' more took over the lead in the second ,stanza never to be headed again. At Ridley park on Ttlesday January 16, the locals won' an exciting and close game 54-52. The game, hampered by fouls, was marred by the whistle (and at times,' the lack of it.) Swarthmore led by 6 points with 20 seconds to go, but Ridley Park cut the lead to 2 with only 2 seconds left on the clock. Swarthmore gained possession In the demonstration c,ourse, Cyril Gardner will continue to demonstrate different techniques of painting anp the group will make frequent trips to galleries in and around Philadelphia. Additional classes include speech and dramatiCS for teen­agers, taught by Jean Proctor; Rus5ian language and conver· sation by Helen Shatagin; be­ginners' printmaking by Fay f'reedman; jewelry and enameling by Mirianl Elsbree; pottery by Marjorie Dutton Stafford; early American decoration by Edna Winter; weaving by Robert Stafford; flower arranging by Mrs. \\'. C. Hogg, Jr.; contract bridge by John Maerker; leather­craft by Nellie E. copson; wood­carving by Isabel Blai; and guitar by'David Lewis. of the ball and tapped it out of bounds as the final buzzer so~nded enging the spine­tingling game. "Bullett" Bob Bennett, Tom DeLapp, and Te,ry Innis wound up with 14 points each, while Mal Anthony scored 2 on a drive, Roger Anthony 4 on jump shots, and Steve Beik hit for 3 goals. The locals scored 23 goals to 18 for the Parkers. Swarthmore sank 8 of 10 foul attempts while R. P. hit for 16 of 19 tries, -------------- Applications for the 1962-1963 Junior Theatre classes, under the direction of Mrs. Stuart Graves, are now being taken. Additional information may be obtained by calling the office of the Community Arts Center, LO 6-6880. Former Swarthmorean Elected Director Paul D. Williams, Jr .. son Mr. and Mrs. Williams of univ slty place, was elected director of customer relations at December meeting of the board of directors, Harvard Trust pany, Cambridge, Mass, duties include supervision new business developmeni,' flcer and employee training ------------ IN SWIM EVENTS Sue Wigton of Ogden avenue placed second In the 200 meter breaststroke event in the Middle AtlantiC AAU meet held at the Philadelphia Naval Base on Sunday. She represented the Vesper Boat Club. Sue Hosford of Dickinson avenue won the 10-year-old 50-yard freestyle event as her Vesper team romped to their S2ndstralght victor.y by downing Keystone SC at the Mid City Y on saturday. ------------- ,'" Saw It In Th. :SWarth",or-n" ;! . CU3temer r~ations. ".,v •. ,rll Mr. Williams came Co .. Ttust Company in 1960, na'm"gr been associated 'with the National City Bank of New for several years. A graduate the Haverford School and the Wharton School, university Pennsylvania, he Is a me,mtled of ,the Williams Club of FOR YOUR ADDITIONAL SAFETY EACH OF OUR ACCOUNTS IS NOW INSURED UP TO $10,000.00 by an official agency of the United States Government SAFETY PROFIT comes first at too, at INDUSTRIAL KNOW THE COMFORT & SECURITY OF DEPOSITING YOUR SAVINGS CLOSE TO HOME WITH AN INSURED ASSOCIATION. Telephone LO 6-7421 Open Fri. eves & Sat. morn INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS'N 45 E. STATE STREET, MEDIA

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TUS (Continued from Page 1) sW ar t h m or e's competitive swimmers began the New Year with a splash. \'ania. Dr. Keighton graduated from Swarthmore College alld has an M.A. degree frolll the university. lie is at present teaching in Tarleton college, stephenville, Tex. - brar y's first venture into a chil­dren's summer reading program, visits made by the librarian to . the schools. to other 'libraries, and to an assortment of confer-ences. conventions, and discus-, sion groups; On January 7 Carol Espen­schade streaked through Sub­urban's pool waters to overcome Upper~lerlon's three-point lead, outdistancing the opponent in the last strokes of the final relay to keep the two-year-old Suburban Girls B team unde­feated record. Carol also placed £econd in backstroke and third in freestyle for intermediates. Barbara Gerner took second In individual medley and third in backstroke for intermediates and also helped win ~he spec­tacular relay. The front end of the car of of the ?ollege is one of a g,roup Vincent Debenedetto, Pennsyl- of sOClologlsts, psychologists, vania Military College, was so ~nd educators who participate badly smashed the car had to be m a confere~ce on mtellectual towed after it collilled with the a~d personallty development 1 rear of the car of Emily Speers higher educatlOn at Vassar Col­Chester, at 6:15 p.m. Friday: lege on. J~nuary 12 and 13. Both cars were southbound on Dr. Prentu::e, a pro~essor of Chester road between Yale and psycho~ogy; t~ok part.lIt a roun B. Anderson Hopkins, son of Harvard avenues. table ~lSc~sslon ~n hberal arts ~Ir. and Mrs; Robert R. Hopkins Jeanne Schloesser, 314 Park educatlOn 10 Amenca. of South Chester road, is an avenue, was treated by Dr. John RECEIVES-Ph 0.---'-- announcer and member of the Wigton for head and leg injuries.' engineering staff at radio station after her· car skidded, hit a uti!- itobert ~. Keighton: son of Dr. WDUB Denison university, ity pole and overturned In the and Mrs. Walter B. Kei~hton, Jr., Granville. 0.. where he is a 400 block of Swarthmore avenue of Cedar lane. has Just been freshmar. ------------ (4) General improvements in several services - the changed charging system initiated in Nov­ember. 1360, enabled th~ li~rary to keep pace with its increasing business while largely eliminat­ing the increasinj! waiting lines. the taking renewalS by phone and request "holds" on new titles (two services that have proved especiall:: po'pular in '61); two.of the library employees are enroll­ed in a course In reference ma­terialS with the expectation of improving the efficiency of the library's.reference services; the comfort of summer patrons has been tremendously enhanced by the air-conditioning system in­\' talled in August. at 9:50 p.m. Friday. a wa_r_d_e_d_t_h_e_d_e,:.g:,.r_ee_o_f_d_o_c_to_r_Of-J,.---.--------- The complete front end of the 1'-' car of Dr. Frank, Wildebush, Col-,OUR tBELLEEK' .IS HERE! oniai Court Apartments, was dam- . , New GClal "The library now has 89% of all the starred and double-starr­ed titles listed in the Fiction Catalog, 1960 edition, and a sim­ilarly high percentage of books listed "for first purchase" in the Standard Catalog for Public Libraries. The book collection totals 28,969 volumes. "The experience of 1961 in' dicates that as services increase so too does circulation. and there is no more reason that circula­tion should stop here at 100,000 than it should have at' 95.000_ It Will, In fact. rise if we of the Board and the··library staff can continue to expand the efficien­Cy, quality, and quantity of serv­ices at the same time. The same day, at Philadel­phia's Mid-'-City Y, Suburban Girls A Team came closer tha, ever to matching the score of the Olympic-starred Vesper team. Three Swarthmoreans shone on the Suburban team (Ann Michener - second in j u nil' r breaststroke, Susan Williams and Beth purnell - second and third in diving) and another aided Vesper's victory (Susan Hosford - third in midget backstrol<e). The Hosford win was repeated and Susan Wigton (who also swims for Vesper but aged when it collided with a r parked car on College avenue near Maple avenue at 5:30 p.m. Sunday. r police are investigating a breaking and entering of 546 Rut­gers avenue during the absence ~' of the owner. Mrs. Willard Tom-linson, 1ate last week. The mat- .~ ter was reported Saturday after- , . noon by a neighbor. W. A. Golz. v. police found a rear screen had been cut and the window forced. r The whole house had been ran~ sacked. Pending a thorough in­ventory it appeared a television i set and a silver tea service were missing. ------ was absent on the 7th) won third in seni or breaststrokE helping Vesper defeat Abington the next week-end. SENIOR CITIZENS HEAR Suburban Boys A team de- BOOK REVIEWER feated Germantown Y and its The Friendly Open House for r Boys B team defeated Camden senior citizens met at the Y in meets at Suburban pool Presbyterian Church Monday January 13. "A" team winners afternoon. Mrs. 'peter E. Told from Swarthmore were Sam gave excerpts from the following Caldwell (third in intermediate books: . "This is a goal which empha­sizes more patrons, more books and more reading. II should be within our means - if those means continue to include a great deal of har!! work, a bit of imag­ination, and possibly too a new· look at the growing interest and potential in our area in inter­library co-operation. freestyle and backstroke. and "WalkAbout" by James Vance on winning relay) and Jack Marshall: "In other Days"by Cushing (second in backstroke Ruth Murdock Lampson: "Legacy and t h i r d in butterfly for of Love" by Julia Davis and : juniors). "B" team scorers "When Found Make a Verse Of" were Richard McCurdy (second by Helen Bevington. in freestyle and third In back- Tea was served under the stroke for seniors). Dino MC- chairmanship of Mrs. James Curdy (first in senior back- Patchell from the Trinity Church. stroke and individual medley She was assisted by Mrs. Samuel and on winning relay), John D. Clyde, Mrs. Clarence Worst Schmidt(first in midget buttl!rfly and MrS. E. B, Hollis. and on winning relay). Paul Another afghan was completed Zecher (on winning junior by the group to be given to a relay). hospital by the Red' Cross. New Directors On January 14 Suburban Girls The next meeting of the group r SINCE 1857 BELLEEK * PARIAN CHINA - world famous· for thinness and delicacy - HAS BEEN MADE AT THE BELLEEK WORKS ON THE RIVER ERNE, IRELAND. COME SEE OUR ASSORTMENT. $3.95 UP. *(!)~ Be/leek MQJe Ut, !JultuuJ, C4H-IJu1, 1udJ,~. ~ GIFTS' Miss Hunsicker's report drew enthusiastic. comment from the Board and aSSOCiation members which President H. Lindley Peel summarized in an expression of formal appreciation to the Com­munity's "hard-working" librar­ian. Howard H. W!1liams and Mrs. David M. Field were re-elected and Mrs. C. Dudley Schloesser, Jr .. elected as directors of Library Board, according to report of tellers appointed byMr. Peel from ASSOCiation members in attendanc~ Peter E... Told, Mrs_ . Richard Rommel and Mrs. J. A. Petroskas. team was aided in defeating will be on Monday, February 12. Lancaster at home by Ann when Mrs. George Hunter will 15 SOUTH Michener (first in junior breast- show slides of "Tulip. Time in CHESTER ROAD stroke), Ann Townes (third In I ~H~o~I~lan=d~,:,,~~_~=~=~]~~~:::~~~~~~~~:::~~~~~~~"'~~5:~~! ~- intermediate freestyle and senior+ backstrd1te), Linda Zecher (third In intermediate breast­stroke), Joanne Espenschade second in senior backstroke) and Beth Purnell (second in diving). ---- GIRL SCOUT PATROLS STUDY BONSAI Art Collection Grows Two patrols in Girl Scout Treasurer A.H. Marsh pr"selnt-I Troop 683 and one of their ed the semi-annual report of the leaders, Mrs. Leonard Love- Association's fiscal ridge, aSSisted by Mrs. John year. showing expenditures Trevaskis, Mrs. Jorell Kelley line with the budget. He and Mrs. Frederick Patman, attention to the high half took a trip to Longwood Gardens total of Memorial gifts, last Saturday. The "Home In connection with Wreckers" and "Soaking Wet" Hunsicker reported to the patrols have . been learning the appreciated gift by Mrs. about Bonsai under the guidance Robert Stockton of Nearly 20 of Mrs. patman, and the trip Alice Barber's own Art Saturday was made especially which are being added to to see the Longwood Gardens' Alice Barber Memorial Art Bonsai collection. Those who lection. went on the outing and finished Secretary Williams' minutes up for a party at the home of the Quarterly Board Mrs. Trevaskis. were: November were approved as Jennifer Bell, Claudia Coit. trlbuted. The organization Jo Ann Dumm, Linda Estabrook, ing was set for February 5. Nancy Field, Cindy Fox, Sally Other directors In James, Robin Hammershaimb, were: Rudolf Hirsch, D. Ida Hay, Susan Kelley, Tine Gowing, Harry G. Smith, Loveridge, Judy powell, Ann dames W. R. Wright, David Shugarts, Christine Smith, Anne Field and Peter E_ .Told. Trevaskis, Elizabeth Waterman. and Ann Whittier . Miss Ruth Webb of The "Quaker" patrol. under Chester road Is arriving hOlnel the leadership of Mrs. John tOQay from the University 'Spencer, have been working on . Illinois, Urbana, for the end their Print badge, and have also the term vacation. She taken trips In connection with their study. Members ·of the return to school on February 11 ".luaker" patrol are: Mrs. Irvin R. MacElwee Lyn Clarke,. LOU Dudley; Mt. Holyoke place spent Linda Lane, Barbara Netzel, lIesday In Harrlsbur~.1:~:~ Jill Spencer, Susan Woerner and a board of the .vama; .Cou~,cU . ot ' Eilzabe.th waterman. . -------------- TOWLE STE'RLING These thirty favorite Towle Sterling patterns are being offered at reduced price,. from January 15 through January 27, 1962. Take advantage of this exceptional opportunity to start or &11 in JOur Towle Sterling service today. Regular price 4 pc. place setting .• from fSUS Sale price ..................... frOID $22.58 Those tlTe I1ItIde·to,order patterns tlrad CITe subject to dt/ayed delivery. ROBERTS JEWELERS COR. STATE & SOUTH STS. MEDIA, PA. Open Friday 'til 9 P.M. Tel: LO 6-0981 .-

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.. .w Page 6 THE SWARTH~OREAN ~6. 1962 lIart Corm. ---~--------------- av\eInrsu.e eAn. leIrIl. ai\n'aeldl. -l\Iaesnt T.. '.()~~fe~~~tl·~~~;:iv9.~ DELAWARE' SCOTT PAPER NAMES I<1ll".,on atos order I}rnc .. ssin~ M_'Y EI .... led .. and yesterday at luncheons !\CQUISIT\~r; 6~ ~~bpE1lTY A. FOWLER .th~.In~leneuk. OF GEORGE E. KE,\RNS, JR. Eric A. ~'nwler oC Drew ave- A native of New York City. i ---- 0:-1 TilE WESTERLY SIDE OF nue has been promoted 10 bulk Fowler was ~rad"ated in 11 OHA:\GE STREET KNOWN handling supervisor at Scott 954 from Trinity College. AS XOS. 112. I HAND 116 'Pan,er Jack Prichard PAINT. NG JliTERIoa & EXTERIOR free Estimares Klngswood 3-0761 NORTH ORANGE STREET" Company's Chester plant. ESTATio: OF ELIZ,\IIETII S. IN THE BOROUGH OF MEDIA: \Ir. Fowler joined the company JOII:-lSO:-l. Deceased Latl' of DELAWARE COU:-ITY. PENN- in 1957 as a member of the SII',,,thmore. Pennsylvania. SYLVANIA. NU\IBER 1228 consumer's representatives de- Lt:"Uers Testamentar:y on 'he DF.CE:\IBER TER\I. 1961. abov£" pstate have hepn granted NOTICE at Chester. He was to the undersigned who (PQuests NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that' promoted 10 shift manager in all persons ha"ing claims or public hearing \ .. -ill be- neld in the 1958, and a year later he was demands against the estate of of Common Pleas of Delaware ....,·c-a~tnotno~4n4nC'fC~~~: the decedent to make . the jl~:~~~:':;Y P.nnsy"aInia .on .Frid.ay. . FOR ODD JOBS stoa mthee, daencde daelnl t pteo rsmoaknrs; t~~~~~~.H 9, 1962. al 10:00 o'clock 'I1~ ~:~~~ House, "Iedia. Pennsy!. To be done. call or w without delay to l--::L in the above matter at which Sandy Hutchison. JOHNSON \\"RAY. Extrx. th Ct· Hillborn Ave. Swarthmore Pa ~F::;::::::= e our WIll be asked to ap- College, KI 3-0200. Extens or to her attorney. ", .. "." purchase price of FiftY-I" 272. $1.25 Per Hour. Edward F. 'Hltchco*ck E 1I0t ~~e~~no:u?p~~o~n~ d bDetowlelaerns (thSe5 2C.o0u0n0ty~ ::~'j'IJQ,~~~~~~~~~~~~=~2~1~B~\~\'~'~ F~r;on;I~S~t.=~~·~ ~I ElNWOOD CQlya'escllt Home II&IUmwe Pike IIb'LlatvID An. 8"",,",- Batabllaht! 183:1 '!lief, ..... fIIl S ........ ndllIp u.s. ... J1111ftbrc Klngswood 3-0272 GENERAL ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE Raymond J. Dawson LOwell 6-4692 /4693 210 WEST STATE ST. FUEL OIL OIL BURNER SERVICE BUDGET PLAN COAL the property owner in lieu of II~Xl~;~:t;~h,~e t1dl~a;mages by Jury of View Iii with the acquisition CLASSIFIED ADS . ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or pIece oC land wilh t~e build­Ings and improvements thereon erecled. SITUATE in the Bor­ough oC Media. County of Dela­ware and State of Pennsylvania bounded and described as rol~ lows: BEGINNING at a point on the Westerly side of Orange Street al the distance of 124 feet measured Northwardly Cram th~ Northwesterly corner of saId Orange Street and Front Street; thence extending along Ihe Weslerly side of said Or­ange Street 56 feet to a point a ~orner of land now or late of Ehz.beth C. Rhodes; thence ~xtending in a Westerly direc. tIon along the Une of lands of Elizabeth C. Rhodes '.1 right angles to Orange Street the distance of 170 feet Inrre or l~ss to the Easterly side of Cltron.Street; thence in aSouth. erly d~rection along the East. erly SIde oC Citron Street 56 feet to a pomt in line of lands now or late of the County of Delaware; thence in an Easter. Iy direction along line oC lands oC the County of Delaware at right angles to Orange Sireet 170 feet more or less to the Westerly side of Orange Street the point and place oC begin- ~~~~~~.?OF THE BOARD OF OF THE COUNTY ~~2:~~INSKY PERSONAL I ::!~~~~~~ -QuFaulirtnyi tuwroer kre faitn imshoidnegr-. III ~ :I:!~~M':~~lta3~~~~:~~n~u~e;;.s/~an:;;dd 4m--o4d8e8r8n.. FOR SALE FOR SALE - 1951 ·Lincoln. four door sedan. Excellent condition Call Klngswood 3-9367. . -.. -- - -_._-- . I.;~~~;~~~ J -rooCmasr.p enlry jobbing. FO5~~d eS AcLhEai r-s. Coathneedr irtoecmkse.r s Aalnsod L. Donnelly. chBlrs recaned. Klngswood 3-2165. FOR SALE - - Girl's Rledei Ie skates. size 4 or 5 or would trade I Ra,y me':!:~;r- 'KfOlr eQuivalenl pair' a bil larger L eaman. ngsw~ ood 3-1808 . . IF'O~ SALE- The best in bird fe"d-I - Roofing. spouting. rooms a spec­Foster. GLobe 9-2713. Milt Toy Shop. houses and balhs. A special holder whlle Ihey las!. S. 435 Plush Mlll Road. 6-4551. FOR SALE':' Brown Cape- $75 .. 11~~~~~~j Avenu 6-0713. --- FO R SALE - Pictures books etc ~all Klngswood 3-,h09 Co; aV: pomtment. or FOR ~~~:i;;;,~J;"~ cove,rs. PJn- fitCteuds toinm . y. moaudre home. nerfu rcnaitbuirnee t. :!!g!~~,~~:r~~:' ~ouk supply I make them. $150; very large or prompt service. r~r. $75; large crystal . I1ght mahogany bedroom suite etc. Can Klngswood 3-2465 .• I ~i;E~~:i~e~- Alterations on Even- :::::::-::--::-:-:-:--.:--....:.....::.=.:......-~ f--===~ _______ I. and street clothe\>. FOR SALE - Custom draperl ngswood 3-6649. (Dartmouth House) bridge lable :;~:~~~-l~~~~~~~~~~~~~ P and chairs. aluminum buCfet table • f - Gilbert's Steam' WaU-J air conditioner, exhaust fan KIngs' Ie ure Fram.. ing remove palnt over wood 4-4057. .- painting. George 4-7082. FOR SALE - Golf clubs wllh bag ROGER RUSSELL Used. Irons. number 1-9 wOOd~ number 1, 2. Bag. Five ball;'S .. ~~:ggJ Ph PERSoNAL - Thorn Seremba practice set. $25. LOwell 6· VAN ALEN otagraphic SlIpp/,'es ho,lsterer - Slip covers In' arter 3 P.M. fabnc or from my samples. EI;;vpn!----..:.=-----------l BrAn lib MONROB lITB i.taJf of Swarthmore references FOR RENT BROTHERS, INC. MEolA .' ow 6-7592. . FOaRpa rRtmEeNnTt. -TwLoi dh~l~j~~~~~mt~~~1 LOwell 6-2176 paper bath. Ihlrd fioor. . China ngswood 3-60B8. KI 3-4742 or LE 2.2440 OPBN PRIDAY EVENINos MISS Isabel Bunllng ~~;;;:=::":':::-:----___ I FLORIST 7 South ~,. Roaci 10 3·1093 . PIANOS II WHY NO! IUY vow ..... iIt pio .. from Q P'Ono tun... of 47 ./ " 1' p .... pra,: ICO • .,er.enc-..with all lftales,1 14~ will pa, yoU'in ... ftd. I . A: a:. .-IIKtll LO 10'511 'UD£ wOOd 3-1_ WlWAI BROOKS Ashes IIlId Rubbish Remo't'ed AAWIIa MoWed. General HaIlllDlr ut IIardIac AYe. Mortoa, Pia. ,JOHNS ·MAl\'VILI.E Aluminum Siding , Porch Enclosures Enameled white storm windows Insulation ond Roofing Al-l -Yc._ B_ 1.11' ._ 11"" he PI .... PENNA ROOFING a: SmING£O. II ..... , Pa. Belvedere Convalescent Home 2507 Chestnut Sf-, Chester rnemont 2-5373 ......... tI ....... c .... "'1Id. &qu •• Cbromo COQ ..... ceat II ... aDd Wom ... .. .. -......... 0- Bl ... \!nse, BaQoree MODe PIPPIN ~_. rl'Oprtetor ~. • IIlTaM IISTlL~TIOIS ., H. D. CHURGH '-r;;;--;;;;;;;;~;;~ 4-0174.' FOR RE,NT - Large Cront bedroo ·~",'::':::::::~~~~~ ..... ~~di PERSO;~AL- Mature woman wanted ;.P'&",ON ROOFING,;: ROOFING, SPOUTN'G"": ~~t~~ld:~~:n~~rve~~~ ~~d:~~~. 1~:'Zi Phone KlngSW~~ct"3.:~d~~.Ch rooms. All' , .M. Klngswood 3-0133. F~~e ~~NT - .Lansdowne. Attrac. ,. 'ARK AVE., SWARTHMORE Klngswood 4-2727 .~S'--SsM'~SSSS.,~ :: COMP~NY :,' G UTTDuMu' SIDING '': smarte x-tremsjoaevblyes 3nC-a55et15iO D. mann~ ~. i R~~e~fe~ are;:nocre~s:.W ~nMn.lAcd:iu-s~o(nr ,, , : ~x.ceIJlent workmanship, , establishecl1873 : F ' fne year. Call Klngs- , : ree Estimates: rom 8 until 5 P.M. ESTATE NOTICE , : S hMONTHLY FINANCING ARRANGED ,, , ,•• ; wart more, Pa. ~ .... ~ ... : : :' '7 liili III i : II KI 4.0221 : II ! Stop In and Enjoy Delaware County's Clean and Beautiful' MORTOI WASHAIATIC 68 s. Morton Avenue Morton, Pa. ~arlc'''.~A''''1Ify 1110 DlYIU WAWNGFORD - BOWLING GREEN Attractive Eng/ish type hom e. T"h ree b e d rooms, one and a half baths, den,t.vo car garage. Nice grounds, matured trees. Vacant. $23,500. LOST LOST - Christmas weekend. ESTATE OF Get'lrge Washington Wagner. a/k/ a George W. and George C. Wagner DE­,-""~"' u, Late oCBorough ofSwarth-male Beagle. black brown ~jh!it~ei' !C;hlll~d~re~n~'s~p:et~'n~am~ed~S~a~m~j~~~~ on the above Children grieving. RO·c·ard.· granted to the wood 4-2523. request (s) all per- L !s,fi~~"'t~ or demands ~F k - Brand new pair e to make known C ac gloves Sunday t .b::m~le~:'ct~'n~ persons indebted -L;rO~eeS;;T;k; ;-.-K.:::r::;n~gs::w::OO~d~3~2~63~6~.a 1~~i~'''~~I~I:I.e~~ to tRo utm hskDe. pWsyamgneenr t - Gamet and While 0lrliped Cedar Lane. SWQlth: knitted scarf. last week ro~' h Att near Scout House on cressl er omey Morris Reward. Klngswood 3-180B.n Lane. 2033 TC-o2u-n9ty •. Bulld- WANTED LEGAL OOTICE WANTED-Female help 'l:el"phl,ne Notice is hereby given, pur-order clerk Cor eveniJigs 4 ·suant to Actof May 24 1945 P.M. Mondsy Ihrough F id 380, oC intention to file'in OC- ~K;I~ng~S;w~0~Oid~4-~~~4~lB~.~~r~ay:.~~.~Cice wealtDhC, SHecarreritsabryu rgoC, CPoam.,m aonnd-with Prothonotary DC Delaw M d· are , ~ C 16, Pa... on JanuRry '~IV~AN~T~ED~ _~ ~Fl~oo~r ~i~~:13tscton,du c1t9 6o2C , aa bcUerStiinfiecsas tein CDor ethl-e commercial. aW8l'e County. Pa., under the Inald Breakley. assu me d or neti tious name r WANTED - Pr II I "~IO~~N PRINTING SERVIC~" night duty a':,~ ca nurse deSires ~th ,t s principal place oC wa­ience. Call 'TRe~::'n~ce4s and exper- lDess at 343 Dartmouth A 6 P.M. ' -2425 aCierrao.r01Jgh venue, oC Swarthmore. Swartb_ WANTED_ One 0 t ;ore, P.O:, Pa. The only per- KlngsWOOd 3-65l~~ kittens. Call o~s OWllIng or interested In HOW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HEALS SUNDAY WFIL Radio - 8:45 A.M. -.. ...... . GetI.",1 COtttfGCtor W . swd business is John, W. 'loran ASNoUTnEd8Dc r~ l-be·; .'..~..e..~ 1o rt dto Iranscrlbe and Ro seP. Moran. 343 " Dart- Write Box B The 5 s at home. ~m~o~ut:;h~A:.:v:e.:.!,~S:W!ar~t~h~m~o~re::.~p~a.=-_J t;l'fi;':'m' • 'Narthmorean. I j ===~I.~.;81;I;.D .....:1I~1p:.:. I •• 4-. '$lace free, ........ 140. RIcIJey A. J Ches'w.PG. ft- •• 2-4759 ft 11.2-..... January 26. 1962 THE SWARTHMOREAN PUBUSHED EVERY FRIDAY AT SWARTHMORE, P&lNA. PIITER E. TOLD. MARJORIE T. TOLD. Publishers Phone Klngswood 3-0900 PETER E. TOLD. Editor BARBARA B. KENT. Managing E"dllor Rosalie D. Pelrsol Mary E. Palmer. Marjorie T. Told Entered as Second Class Matter, January 24. 1929. at the Post Oftlce at Swarthmore, Pa.. UDder the Act of March 3. 1879. DEADLINE - WEDNESDAY U A.M . L.--...!S::.:.!W~ MORE. PENNA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 26, 1962 METHODIST NOTES Scrolls." The group will start Tomorrow evening the SenJor with a film sponsored by' Arm­High Fellowship wlll meet at strong Cork Company featuring the chUrch at 7:15 to go Ice skat- one of the more dramatic aspects ing at Ridley Creek. Anerwards of the discoveries. On February the group will have refreshments 4'and l1,Professor Jesse Brown at the home of Joe Calvert. of Crozer Seminary, teacher of . The sermnn subject for Sunday the Old Testament, wlll lecture will be "There Is One Mediator." the fellowship. In addition to the regular 9:45 The W.S.C.S. Bible Study group a.m. Sunday School, there wili will meet at 7:45 p.m. Monday in also be a class of new members the Chapel_ The group is study· at this time. . ing the book of ·John. Both the Senior and Junior The quarterly Church Workers' High Fellowships will meet at Conference wlll be held Wednes- 7 p.m. Sunday. The Junior High day at 8 p.m. at the home of the wlll have the topic "Recreation Baldwin Bridgers. 415 Yale avo For Our Group." This wlll be enue. Mrs. James G. Bennett, the topic for the next three Sun- chairman of the commission on days, led by Margee Stevens and missions, wlll speak to the group Lesley SchWier. The Senior High on the teaching of missions In Fellowship will begin a three the Church School. week study of the "Dead Sea ----- PRESBYTERIAN NOTES Morning Worship will· be held at 9: 15 and 11 a.m. on Sunday. CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH D, Evo. Raberts, Minister Robert O.Browne,Alloc.Mlnlstet Mlnlste. of ChristIan Education Sunday, January 28 9:15 A.M.-Morning Worship 9: 15 A.M.-Church School 9:30 A.M.-Women's BibleClass 10:30 A.M.-10th Grade Group 10:45 A.M.-pre-College Group 11:00 A.M.-Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.-Church School The Women's Bible class wlll meet at9:30; the 10th grade group will meet at 10:30; the Pre-Col· lege group will meet in the Wo­men's Association room at 10:45. Mar ning prsyers will be held at 9 o'clock on Tuesday. The New Testament study group will meet at 10 a.Ol. in the Women's ASSOCiation room • Holy Communion will be cele­brated at 10 a.m. on Thursday morning. The Men's Association Dinner Meeting will be held at6:30 p.Ol. in McCahan Hall. THE SWARTHMOREAN Page 1 FRIENDS MEETING NOTES IWOl~AN'S CLUB Local Architects Chester Quarterly Meeting will On Friday, be held at Lansdowne Meeting. the llterature In Top National Award Lansdowne. Saturday at 10 a.m. MwI'r1s1. pLre. seHn. t pMorws.n aJollh. n R. K Announcement was made thi" The afternoon session will be in a review of "The Agony week of the t op De sI gn Aw ard addressed by Eric Johnson, dir- the Ecstasy. " by IrvI'n stone. Inthe Progressi ve Ar c hit ect ure ' s ector of the American Friends I A d Service Committee's VISA Pro- The American home d~~~~~1 Ninth Annual Des gn fwi ar ment. Mrs. Robert M. Program to the architectural rms gra_m_.__________ chalrman. will hold a of The Ballinger Company and meeting on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Geddes Brecher Qualls Cunning- LEIPER CHURCH NOTES at the home of the chairman. ham, for their master plan of the Saturday at 12:30 P.Ol.. the 105 Columbia avenue" All Philadelphia Waterfront. Women's Guild will hold .Iterested club members are JohnD. deMollof North Swartb- "Luncheon is Served" program. to reply by February 5 more avenue and Louis deMoU The Deacons will meet at the 3-5354. . of Rose Valley, formerly of home of Robert Hotchkiss, 1504 Publicity material for Swarthmore, 'partners in ThE Black Rock road. at 8 p1.m1. on second half of the club Ballinger Company. were re- Tuesday; should be sent to Mrs. sponslble for their firm's con- There will be a Communicant Bennett, 547 Marietta avenu tribution to the project. Class beginning on February 3 who has consented to take The waterfront plan, to be at 10:30 a.m. This class is open place of Dr. Helen P. known as the "Nautical Mile" to anyone in Junior or Senior the regular publicity chalrm&n. included a completed redevelop- High School who wishes to join while the latter is on a ment of the entire Delaware the church. to the South pacifiC and waterfront from the Benjwnin tralia. Franklin Bridge to Catherine street. --_._--- , FORMER SWARTHMORE PROF This project also recently won Services were held Tuesdsy. CONTINUES NSF RESEARCH a design citation at the Phil- ALICE· TRAINER January 9, in Chester for Alice Pro. DennJson Banc'roft; "wlip adelphia Chapter -' American Trainer, wife of William E. Train- taught and conducted Nationai Institute of Architects Annual er, Jr., of 202 East Rose Valley Foundation sponsored research Exhibit. road, Wallingford, -who died on at Swarthmore College u~:~~1 John deMoll was graduated Fridsy. January 5. . 1959, is currently.working u, from Swarthmore High School Born in Virginia, Mrs. a $19,500 grant from the NSF. and is a graduate of Cornell moved to Chester at an A former atomic physicist University. Louis deMollgrad-age and spent most of her Los Alamos. Calif .• he is chalr- uated from Swarthmore High there. She was a member of manof the department of physics School and is Ii graduate of the JuniorBoard of Chester atColbyCoilege, Waterville. Me. University of pennsylvania. They and of Trinity Episcopal The grant will make are sons of Mrs. Carl deMoll of Swarthmore. the continuation of Park avenue: Their., father, the by Professor Bancroft in 1 late Carl deMoll. had been a BEREAVED pn the veloc,lty of sound partner of the same firm. Mrs. J. H. Gordon McConechy gases. The NSF awarded $11. ---- of Wyncroft, formerly of Swarth- 500 to Colby at that time 'I Sow It In The Swa rth mOreGn " more, has been bereaved lately Initiate the proJect. on the death of two of her ;.~~,lr=~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I-- thers. On November 28 her bro-ther, A. Stewart Paton, died in the Channel Isles, Great Britain, and on December 25 her youngest brother, R. Douglas Paton of Devon, England, passed away. Mr. and~Mrs. A. Stewart Paton were in Swarthmore visiting the' McConechys six years ago Christmas season, and met eral of the McConechys' fri.encls.1 ---_._----- TO VISIT MEXICO TRADITION Sympathetic service, dependability and understanding are traditional with 'HE OLIVER H. BAIR CO. DlUcrOU O. fUNIIIIII.!I ., -T uesclay, January 30 9:00 A.M.-Morning Prayer.s 10:00 A.M.-New Testament Study. Thursday, February 1 10:00 A.M.-Holy Communion 6:30 P .M.-Men's Association Dinner Meeting Several Swarthmoreans will CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NOTES leave Saturday for Mexico City Today's demand for with the group sponsored by the based-on a true c~~P~~fl~~:~~!~~1 Republican Women of pennsyl- '820 CHESTNUT STREET T .. .,.hone LO 3·1511 --------_._-- METHODIST CHURCH The Rev. John C. Kulp, MinIster James S. Mac Main Minister for Youth Char Ie. Schisler Minister of .Music Sunday, January 28 8:30 A. M.-Mornlng Worship 9:45 A.M.-Sunday School 11:00 A.M.-Morning Worship 7:00 P.M.-Jr. & Sr. High Fel­lowship TRINITY CHURCH The Rev. Layton P. Zimmer, Rectar The Rev. G.orge R. McKelvey, Curate . Sunday, January 28 (Epiphany JV) 8:00 A.M.-Holy Communion and Word 9:30 A.M.-Family Morning Pray­er. Sermon and Church School. 11:15 A.M.-Morning Prayer. Ser­of God's nearness. vania. They include: will be stressed Sunilay at Mrs. Donald Crosset of Thsyer ChristlanSclence church services road and ber daughter Mrs. in the Lesson-Sermon on the William Ward, 4th. of Wallingford; subject of "Truth." Mrs. A; L. CUfton of the Swarth- Highlighting the Lesson-Sar- more Apartments and her daughter man is the Golden Text from Mrs. Corben C. Shute, ~O~fc .:I~~~::I psalm 119: avenue; Mrs. Irvin R. ~ "Thou art near, 0 Lord; and of Mt. Holyoke place who all thy commandments are truth be joined in Mexico City by .... Thy word is true f:om the son-in-law and daughter Mr. aeginning." and Mrs. Bruck Throckmorton All are incited to attend the Encino. Calif. services at 11 a.m. In First The party wlll spend a we:ekl ~hurch of Christ. ScienUst, 206 sigotseeing in Mexico City, ".a rk avenue. dsys each at Cuernavaca THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS Sunday, January 28 9:45 A.M.-First-day School 9:45 A.M.-Adult Forum.SpE,akler David Edwards 11:00 A.M.-Meeting for Worship Monday, January 29 All-day Sewing For AFSC Wednesday, Janllary 31 AU-day Quilting For AFSC Texcoco, four days at I\c:apUl(oo.1 then back to Mexico City for dsy before returning home. ------------------- mon and Church School 1----·----------- 8:00 P.M.-Holy Communion Monday, January 29 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer Tuesday, January 30 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer Wednesday, January 31 7:00 A.M.-Holy Communion 9:15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer 8: 00 P.M. -Ministry of Healing Thursday, February 1 9: 15 A.M.-Morning Prayer 9:30 A.M. -Holy Communion 6:00 P.M.-Evening Prayer Friday, February 2 . (The Purification) 9:15 A.~I.-Morning Prayer. 9:30 A.M.-Holy Communion 6:00 P .M.-'Evening Prayer 8:00 p .11,-Holy . . FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCI ENTIST Park Avenue below Harvard Sunday, January 28 11:00 A.M.-Sunday School 11:00 A.M.-The Lesson-Sermon will be "Truth." Wednesday evening meeting each week, 8 P.M. Reading Room, 409 Dartmouth Avenue. open week-days except holidays, lO­S; Friday evening 7-9. ERIAN RCH 900 fairvIew Road The Rev. James Barber, Mlnh,t.r I Saturday, January 27 12:30 P.M.-Women's Luncheon Sunday, January 28 9:30 A.M.-Church School .. 1 ~:OO. A •• ¥,-Mornlng Worship SYMBOLS OF PROTECTION Tbeae are the a:vmbola of profe8lional people; men wbo are .kllled in their work. Sure, .wift and pos­itive in their e!fortl, they are ready to help you in time of need. This kind of belp II available in in­aurance too. See us for an expe~t analYII. of your Insurance prosram. It'l part of the P.S., Personal Service of our alteney_ Palar EI Told All Lines of InSUf"n:-e Klngswaod 3·IGl .. Daal'UOiJi_ .Y& Everybody gets a lJargabl ill olectricity! Nothing serves your family as economically and as completely as electricity. Dependable and fairly priced, it helps you clean house. cook meals, do the laundry and dishes . . • provides radio and TV entertainment. Equally important, it gives you plenty of clear, steady light for reading, studying, work, and hobbies. It even helps you keep well groomed •• And, the average cost per kilowatt-hour today is less than ever before, which makes elec­tricity the biggest bargain in the family budget. PHILADELPHIA RECTRIC COMPANY AN tNVESTOI·OWfIm COIIPAIIY W'TH _ TItNf .OUIO ITDCIOIOtMB

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•• page~8~ ____~ _________~ _________________~ ~~~T~H~E~.~S-W-A--R-T-H--M-O-R--E_A_ _N _·-r _ ~~~~-=:=~~-----.----________ ~J~an~u~a~~~,·~2~~~,~1~96=2 ASTRONOMER IS VISITING COLLEGE BOARD GIRL SCOUT COOKIES COMMISSIONER TO MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR DR. ANDERSON (Continued from Page 1) Williams College in 1912. re­ceived his bachelor of divinity degree at Auburn Theological Seminary in 1916. master of arts at University of Pennsylvania in 1926, D.O. at Ttisculum College. 1931 and at Williams College. . 1924; and LL.D at Tusculum, 1942 at the end of 11 years' ser­vice as president of the college. He was .lresident of Cae College from 1942 to 1944. Dr. Anderson was assistant minister of the First Presbyterian Church. Watertown. N. Y. 1916- 17; pastor Prospect presbyterian Church. Mhplewood. N. J. 1917- 21; university pastor at the Uni­versity of Pennsylvania 1921- 31; director Westminster Founda­tion of the City of Philadelphia 1924-31; president of Presby­terian University Pastors As· sociation in U.S.A., 1930 and had also been president. of Ten­n~" see Co 11 e g e ASSOCiation, Presbyterian College Union and Conference of Church-Related Colleges of the South. He was a former chairman of the College Department of the East Tennessee Education As­sociation. He had been a member of the Presbyterian General As­sembly 1921, 38; a member of the Assembly's special committee on Theological Seminaries 1938- 40; of the committee on the 250th Anni versary of the First Presby­tery, 1953; of the National Pres­byterian special committee on National Defense, 1941-42; and of the advisory committee to the Congressional Committee on Ed­ucation, 78th Congress. He was a member of the Amer­ican Historical Association, the Pennsylvania Historical SOCiety, Southern Historical Society, Bib­liogical Society of Am e ric a, American SOCiety of Church His­tory. Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi Al­pha and the penn Athletic Club. Following the death of the Rev. John Schott of the Swarth­more Presbyterian Church .in 1958, he acted as moderator of the Church for six months until the arrival of the new pastor, Dr. D. Evor Roberts. Surviving besides his wife are three daughters: Dr. Margaret Anderson, member of the Lan­kenau Hospital staff of Haver­ford; Helen (Mrs. David) Morey of Broomall; and Ruth Agnes (Mrs. Louis)Lusky of Louisville Ky.; also two brothers. Louis N'. of Montclair and William of Tren­ton; and two grandchildren. The family requests that noral tributes be omitted. Friends who desire may contribute in his memory to the Presbyterian His­torical Society, 520 Witherspoon Bldg .• Philadelphia, instead. Sponsors GrOUp Seeks-­Associate Members The Sponsors' Committee of .The Friendly Open House for senior citizens met M:onday at the home of President Mrs. E. B. Hollis of South Ch~ster road. Members present were Mrs. Frank G. Keenen, secretary. and Mrs. Walter A.Schmidt. treasurer, and the following representativeE of the different organizations: Mrs. Mark Bittle, Mrs. Robert Bradshaw, Mrs. Margaret Kent, Mrs. A. R. O. Redgrave, Mr·s. Frank Gaskill, Mrs. John H. Pit­man, Mrs. Clair Wilcox, Mrs. H. W. Brinkm!lD~, Mrs. Milton Allen. Mrs. Harold March and Mrs.IClar" ence Worst. The nominating committee Mrs ; Allen, chairman, Mrs. Bittle and' Mrs. L. A. Estes. reported that Mrs. Wilcox will serve as secre­tary nut year and that Mrs. Wai­ter Schmidt will contlnue as treasurer. Mrs. Keenen will serVe as a member-at-large. Mrs. Bradshaw will represent the Health and Welfare Depart­ment of the Woman's Club The. Associate Membership Drive will ~onllnue through Jan­uary and Pebruary for 1962-63. The Annual Meetlng of the ~1Il be held March 5 at the Do,m ... of Mfa. Brinkmann, 403 PROFESSOR AT COLLEGE Arthur Beer, Senior Observer at the Observatories of the Uni­' versity of Cambridge, will be in residence at Swarthmore College as a Visiting professor for the coming semester. Dr, Beer is coming to this country under a special program which arranges for foreign pro­fessors to visit in the U, S. A. The program, organized under the auspices of the American Astronomical Society and the National Science Foundation, has only been in ope!ation for the past two years, but has already brought astronomers from Swit­zerland, Sweden, India, poland. Germany, Holland. and Italy for semesters of research and lect­uring. Swarthmore is the first private college to have a visiting pro­fessor under the program. While at Swarthmore Dr_ Beer will carry out a research project, "Galactic Structure from New pista~ces of E~rly-type Stars," and glve occaSIOnal lectures in the College astronomy courses. He will also· visit neighboring institutions for brief periods. Dr. Beer has been engaged in astronomical research for the past 30 years and has worked at the observatories of Berlin Breslau, Hamburg, Cambridge: London, Haute Provence. and Victoria, B. C. He has taught stellar astronomy and astro-' physics at Breslau, London, and Cambridge. Dr. Beer is the author of num­erous publications. He is pre­sently editing the five-volume encyclopedic study, "Vistas in Astronomy" , Pergamon Press. This series takes the form of systematic surveys of unsolved problems and "vistas" into the future. The purpose is "to build up a picture cif contemporary astronomy and its allied sci­ences .. • • Born in Austria, Dr. Beer went to England in 1934 and became a naturalized British subject. He has held his present position at Cambridge since 1947. Housing Sought For. 200 Student Delegates Residents of Swarthmore are requested to help provide housing for 200 student delegat..,s from all over the nation who will be attending the First Student Conference on Disarmament and Arms Control, to be held at Swarthmore College. Anyone Who is able to put up one or more stUdents on the nights of Friday, February 16, and Saturday. February 17, shouid cali Mrs. Paul C. Man­gelsdo. rf. Jr., KI 3-4504. Hosts are not asked to provide trans­portation, entertainment, or any meais other then breakfast Twenty-two scholars and authorities in the field have accepted invitations to give P?blic lectures or lead smaller discussion groups of the dele­gates. Among them are: Robert Matteson, acting di­rec. tor of the Policy Staff of the U~lted States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; Thomas C. Scheling from the Harvard Center of International Affairs co-author of "Strategy and Arm~ Control;" Arthur T. H·adley, who has served as news dev~l­opment editor (or the New York Herald Tribune and written' "The N~~ion'" Safety and Arms: Contr,ol; and David Popper' Chief Disarmament Advisor t~ the United States Mission to the United Nations. Purpose of th~ conference is "to provide interested American students with reliable infor­mation from competent author­Ities and to encourage them to think seriously about these problems," said David Wegman, one of three student chairman of the conference. "We are not trying to put forth a particular pOint of view ... AVAILABLE TODAY I Fe~ruary will be Girl Scout SPEAK FRIDAY INVITES W.M. BUS Cookie Month In Swarthmore as ... local scouts join the rest of Wilham A.We~sh, South Chester William M. Bush, principal of Delaware County's 14 000 Girl road, ComnllsslOner of Delaware the Swarthmore-Rutledge High Scout s in an effort to :nake this County, will take "A Look at School,' has been invited by the 50th Anniversary Sale. which countY"Governmen.t, Present and College Entrance Board to serve starts to-day the most success- Future at the Fnday Luncheon as a member of· the Northeast ful one on record. Round Tables on Febr~ary ~ Regional Panel of Secondary The goal for Delaware County and 9 to be held at Media Fel- School Consu.l tants. this year is 4.00' 0 00 b oxes, WI· th sloown sshtlrpe eHt ouse, 302 South Jack- Four RegIOnal Panels of mO'1t of the receipts gOing to- . '.. . Secondary School Consultants ward milintaining and expanding . Commlssl?ner \~elsh ha~ prac­have been formed. Members of the scout camping program. The IIced law III Philadelphia and each panel have been selected three camps operated \>y the De~ .. ware County .and .presently on the basis of experience and Girl Scout Council of Delaware mruntains an office III Media. merit in guidance and admin- County provide everything in He has been counsel for the istration. The group will be camping from Day Camps for State Labor Relations Board, composed of headmasters or Brownies to winter camping for the Workmen's Insurance Fund, headmistresses of independent the older more experienced and Assistant City Solicitor in schools, guidance officers, and scouts. Philadelphia. He has served as some principals of secondary Backing up the girls in their presidentofthe Thornbury Town­schools. The common denomin· sale are the following Troop ship School Board and vice­at 0 r will be· experience in Committee Cookie Chairmen: president of the west Chester guidance and a genuine concern Mrs. Karl Fox, Mts. E.· S. Joint High School Board. for the wE,uareof young people. Krendel, Mrs. Jacob Snyder and For eight years he owned and The Northeast Regional panel Mrs. Monroe Spears for the operated Beacon Hill Orchards of which Mr. Bush is a member Brownie troops; Mrs. O. Tilgh- and was president of the Del­will' be convened sometime dur- man Redden, Mrs. Dina McCurdy, aware County Agricultul1H Ex­ing the month of February, for Mrs. Henry A. Peirsol and Mrs. tension Association. He, has wide-ranging discussions about Robert starr for the Intermed- .also taken an active part in how College Board programs iates; Mrs. Walter Geer and Mrs. banking issues and problems and procedures are affecting the John Trevaskis for Junior High and served as a member of the second!'ry schools, how the troops; and Mrs. Caleb Foote, board of directors of the Broad good effects may be improved Mrs. Merrill Hayes and Mrs. Street Trust Company. He is and how tho s e which ar~ Maurice Webster for the Senior married to the former Anne troublesome may b'1 made less Scouts. Elizabeth Tomlinson, a native so. Swarthmore girls are learning Swarthmoreanllnd is the father CANCER VOLUNTEERS Mrs. Judson Hoover, chairman of the Cancer Dressings Group of the Swarthmore Woman's Club, announces a program for all vol­unteers to be held Friday, Feb­ruary 2, at 8 p.m. at the Beverly Hills Junior High Sohool at Sher­brook Boulevard and Garrettroad in Upper Darby. A special program, plann<,d especially for the volunteers, and including a special musical program sung by the All-Male Club of Tufts University, will be provided .. Speaker will be Dr. Eugene P. Pendergrass, past president and board member of the American Cancer SOCiety. Slate Peace Race Summary on Sunday The January Anult Forum series under the general theme "The Peace Race" at the Friends Meeting House on the college campus will summarize with a discussion at 9:45 a.m. Sunday under the leadership of David Edwards. The subject will be "What Can We Do Now?" David grew up in Swarthmore and is presently a senior at Swarthmore College, majoring in political science. He received a Carnegie Corporation grant to do Independent research in Lon­don last summer and is presently completi ng a thesis on "Th. Mpvement for Unilateral Nuclear Disarmament in Britain" based upon this research. He is a birthright member of the SoCiety of Friends and has been a member of the Swarthmore Peace com­mittee for five years. Next year he intends to begin study fora. Ph. D. in International relations at Harvard or Columbia. COMMITTEE MEMBERS NAMED Among local members ot the community who are serving on the committee for the women's program at the Fourth Delaware Valley Regional meeting of the American Chemical SOCiety this weekend in Philadelphia are: Mrs. James L. Jezi of Dog­wood lane, Mrs. Knut A. Krieger and Mrs. Charles L. Thomas, both of Riverview road. and Mrs. G. .Alex Mills of Walnut lane. GREAT BOOKS DISCUSSION ,GROUP TO MEET FEB. 12 The Great Books Dls"ussion group met Monday night at 90rough Hall IUJd will meet again on February 12. The sub­ject will be "Don Quixote. II All Interested are Invited to come to Borough HIIlI at 8 p_m. and d. iscuss this book. . , self-reliwlCe and skill through of six children, four in college the Girl Scout program, leaders and two in the Swarthmore say. By buying Girl Scout schools. Cookies, Swarthmoreans can en- He will be Introduced by his courage the scoutrng aim of wife who is the chairman of the developing future citizens with Friday Luncheon Round Tables moral and physical standards. for February. The pu·blic is Should anyone be missed in invited to attend. the effort to cover the whole borough, either Mrs. James ,--------------, Taylor, KI 3-0326, or Mrs. Edward Waterman, KI 4-5104. will take orders. KAPPAS TO SEW The next Kappa Sewing will be held on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. M. H. Fussell, 227 Vas­sar avenue. On Februtily6 the meeting will be held at the home of Mrs_ Ho­ward Newman, 547 Walnut lane. International Aftain DESSERT BRIDGE WOMAN-'S CLUB TUESDAY, JANUARY 30 1:00 P.M. Doutlon SI,aa Ir'" lardl Door Prizes and Bake Table UHF CHANNELS 35 & 17 NOW AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA! EVENING PROGRAMMING ON BOTH CHANNELS UHF CONVERTERS INSTALLED PROMPTLY BY DICK FRANCHETII TV SERVICE 30 Yale· Ave. KI4-1028 January 26. 1962 THE SWARTHMOREAN Page 9 WAR MEMORIAL RESTORATION COMMmEE GIVES FULL REPORT Ethel Jones. Ruth F. Rumble, Mrs. Horace Renshaw, Clarence Myers, Chuck Cryer (Chas. P.) & I. Keighton, F'rank Morey, Mr. E A Fehnel Awarded and Mrs. R. G. Rlncllffe. • • Mrs. J. I'i. Hollander, Swarthmore Legion Aux. Reports Faculty Fellowship Methodist Church. Chas. Fischer. Edward A. Fehnel. associate John Schumacher, Walker Pen- On 'Gifts For Giving' professor of chemistry at the THANKS ENTIRE COMMUNITY FOR GENEROUS $1920 CONTRIBUTIONS TO PRESERVE PLAQUE field. Carl Dellmuth. H. M. Bunt· The Pro j e eta f Voiunteer college, has been awarded a ing, Herbert Foley, David Foley. Christmas Giving for Coatesville National Science Foundation R.C. Mateer. E. H. Taylor, Dick Hospital and sponsored by the Science Faculty Fellowship. Hoot. American Legion Auxiliary, Unit Dr. Fehnel will spend seven The. War Memorial Restoratio Goldsmith, Percy Belfil!ld, Jr., William Shirley, David Morgan. 427 Swarthmore for the fourth months studying and doing re- Committee was formed last April Chas. Fischer, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Jr., Chas. B. Howland, Chas. E. ye~. was a succ'ess. Mrs. Alban search in the field of nucleic to impress on the SWarthmore Kauffman, Augustus S. Tit·us, Hess, Rev. Walter Getty, Rus- Eavenson. president of the unit. acid chemistry at the University Community the need for restor- Dr. Parker Stamford, Dr. F. IV. sell's Service. D. G_ Foster, thanks the community for the of Cambridge. England. The re­atlon work and added improve- Luehring. WID. Ziegenfus, Provi- Hollyhock Gift Shop. Wm. Kurt- generous response.. search group with which he will ments to the War Memorial of dent Tradesmen's Bank & Trust zhalz, Dr. and Mrs. IV. Moir, IVal- Sixty-nine gifts were sent to be associated is headed by Sir Wars I and II _ now standing at Company. Camera & Hobby ter A. Schmidt, Mrs. Baker Mid- the 47 women in one ward and Alexander Todd. winner of the the apex 'If the Borough Hall Shop, Marvel Wilson. Sr. Swarth- delton, IVm. B. Bullock, Mr. and seven gifts to the men, all great- Nobel Prize in chemistry in Triangle. The story was pre- more Rotary Club, Mrs. Howard Mrs. Daniel Morse, Helen Pen- ly appreCiated by the recipients 1959 for work in this field. sented, the community responded C. Jackson. Mr. Follett. Ray field, John and Ida Michael, J .A. and Mrs. John R. Grubb, A.L. A. The Fehnels plan to sail for generously with the necessary Wilson, Hugh 0_ Thayer, D. W. C. Foller, Me~ia Laundry, Inc., representative at Coatesville. Europe aboard the ~ueen Mary monetary contributions _ and R. MOrgan. Eva smith PaUl, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Schumann. Mrs. Grubb speaks of a spec- on February 1. returnipg to the the War Memorial Site was both Robert L. Thomson. Mrs. Paul Thos. and Helen Hopper, Mr.and ial shelf in the hospital closet U. S.' in late August or early restored and improved in time Paulson, Mrs. Avery Blake. Mrs. Robert Solts, Borough of reserved for those with spe.cial September. torth.eMemorial Day celebration. Howard Sipler, M. & I. Keighton. Swarthmore. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. needs; as they beco~e more di~- GR:::':'E=A:::T;:':'D:':E-C--'S-I-O-N-S-G-R-O-U-P The proj~ct is now completed. Larry Layton Impcon & Com- Shuba, Mrs. Thos_ Simpers. Mrs couraged, they receive from thiS and the committee hereby thanks pany.· W. H. Geer, D. G. Follett, Kitty shelf <lIle of the gifts, after SETS FEB. 7TH DATE the many financial contributors Michael's College. Pharmacy,. Davisson, Dorothy S. MacMillan, Christmas is past. The Swarthmore Great Decis­for their vital support in this Dr. Geo. P. Warren. Paulson & Robert E.Fry, Robert H. Cotley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheppard ions Group will ho"id its first Il!St gesture representing the Company, American Legion Aux- C. \Vatter Durnall, Pauline M. of Devon, formerly of Swarth- meeting Wednesday, February 7. final accounting of the whole iliary, Swarthmore Unit 427, Eu- Durnall, Lynne Farringtor" IVm. more, delivered the gifts to the Fact sheet kits necessary for operation. gene Enterprises, Joseph Celia, C.Campbell, Mr . .and Mrs_ Ho~ace hospital for the fourth year. participation in these discus- As of the close of 1961 the Joe's Barber Shop, Bud Windell, Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. DWight Four packs of used playing sions may be obtained from the COIl;!Ilitteehad received $1920.25 Mrs.NeaIThurman,M.Clayba.ugh; Cooley, Mr •. and Mrs. Samuel cards came in late and were 1V0rid Affairs Council of Phila­' of which $1897.70 had been Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harris, Helen Carpenter, Bill Fischer, Thomas added to the Christmas box, delphia or from Mrs. Bassett spent· for cleaning, restoring, M. Hall, Dr. John Roxby, Jr., Baird, Wm. HueY,Clara M. Zerbe, making the total number of packs Ferguson, Jr .. 314 Harvard av-adding and Improving the site. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Green, John Mrs. Albert Schoff, Mr. and Mrs. collected since fall, 82. enue, KI 4-5149. This leaves a small balance of McLaughlin, Chas. R_ Gerner, Chas. Brady, H. G. Griffin, Mary 1-::============:::=============:; $22.55 yet to be disposed of. Swarthmore Legion Post 427 F. Hannum. S. W. Johnson, Mrs.1i All work performed, materials Charles Grier, Dr. E. D. Bruce: Alben T. Eavenson, R.E. Wilson, purchased and labor paid has William Bullock, L. R. Shero. Harry Miller, H. B •. Sanford. been. supported by receipted Horace Passmore, Wm. and Friend, John P. Hanna, Chas. bills, invoices, cheques and Elizabeth P. Wil burn, Dick Topping. Dr. David Cramp, Jack vouchers so that a full and com- Fields, M. D. Solis, Mr. and Mrs. Burroughs. June Burroughs, Ed­plete accounting could even- Ray L. Harlow, John Brobeck, ward B. Perkins. PROMPT ELECTRICAL REPAIRS STEAM IRONS TOASTERS MIXERS to all APPLIANCES make LAMPS CLOCKS FRY PANS RADIOS BROILERS PERCOLA TORS • VACUUM CLEANERS • FANS • TELEVISION REPAIR • THE MUSIC BOil INC. 10 Pork Avenue KI3-1460 tually by made to the members Richard Powell, Ed. L. Noyes & Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Maule'l of the Swarthmore community. Company, Charles W_ Lukens, Erwyn J. Kahler. Wm. F. Lee,l These detailed .records are D. Patrick Welsh, Porter H. Walte. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patterson, C. available at the Toggery Shop, Inc., Dean Church (Kitchens) B. Campbell, Mrs. Raymond Hen­where they may be Inspected by >Ym. Crist, Pierce MacNair, F.W. drickson, Mrs. Eric S. Sproat, the citizens at any time. (It is Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. W. Clark, Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Alice the committee's wish that a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seymour, Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward number of people will now be Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jessup. John Medford, Eugene Enterprises, sufficiently interested to do McWilliams, Doc. Kitts, Wm. IV. Helen R. Evans,Wm. L. Cleaves, that.) Turner, Mrs. Geo. Broadbeut, ~~d~w~a~rd~B~'~.M~I~fin~in;'~L=in~w=.o=lf=e:':M:.:. :~;~;~;;;;;;;~::=:;;:~~=- As a final gesture of recog- Mrs. R. C. Lasslat, Samuel Rey- . nilion, here are the names of nolds, Mr. and Mrs. Robert HoP­all the people whose contri- kins, Swarthmore Woman's Club, bution,; made the operation Inc., Swarthmore Business As­possible. The committee grate- sociation. fuUyacknowledges contributions Herbert T. Bassett, Leslie A. from;- . and Jane M .. Korndaffer, Mr. and Frank Maselli, 'Frank Morey, Mrs. Wm.McCIarin, Alma-Danlels, Earl H. Taylor, William Witham, Mrs. Walker· Penfield, Mr. and Henry A. McComas, Peter Told, Mrs. R.K.·Denworth, Harry lVood, IYm. Metzgar, Wm. Hartman, Harry Mrs. A.R.O. Redgrave, Wm. park: Miller, Ellis Rumsey,· W. R. Wm. Huey. R. C. Mateer, Mr. and Argyle, Dr. Catherman, Emil Mrs. Raymond Fellows, Pete Spies, Buss Blundin, Ruth Butler, Murray. IVm. C. Campbell; Mr. Martin Natvig, David Bingham, and Mrs. L. >V. Burnett, Girl E. B. Ridgway, Jr., Mrs. Servais, Scout Troop 331, Allee E. Mar­. L. A. Wetlaufer, Mrs. Horace 'riott, Marian S. Marriott. H. C. Lee. Robert A. Allison. R. J. Jackson, Dr. Samuel Palmer, Turner, Allen Putnam, Joshua Robert L. ·Follett, Courtney C. Hepburn, James Malone, Charles Smith, Mrs. Henry Peirsol, Hub Howland, S. IV. Hodge, Mrs. M. Hartman, Mrs. D. C. Hartman, Brucll, Clarence Myers, Mrs. I. IVilliam Craemer, M. lVeinstein P. Fussell, Mr~. R. W. Richard- ~ Son, Mrs. H. L. Miller, William son, J. K. Stauffer, D. G. Foster, Polk, Mrs. Roy Latim~r, Jerry Dr. Sam Reynolds,Barba!a Kent, Cohen, Dick Morris, R. H. Pre­W. D. Holt, Mrs. C. P. Streeter, witt, Geo. C. Froebel, Dr. and Walter Schmidt, Swarthmore F & Mrs. Joseph Storlazzi, Mr. and P Association. Mrs. iI.J. Thorpe, H.H. Hopkins, NOW OPEN Champs Elysees Coif-lures Delaware County's Most Modem Beauty Salon SOFT CASUAt WORK AND EXTREME HIGH STYLING OUR SPECIALTY· I PERMANENT WAVING HAIR CUnING HAIR COLORING MR. EARL-of Swarthmor e H(aiIr ~S"ty~li. ..o fS wAadrYthamno"rde ) and MR_ PAT of Overbrook By APPOINTMENT ONLY TR 4-1906 1255. ..M.- o-c_D.a:d e Blvd., Woodlyn, Po. ~- Charles Durnall, Rumsey Chev- Jeffords FamilY, W. Mark Bittle, rolet, Swarthmore Toggery Shop, Mrs. J.L. Good, Hobert H. Reed,I-------'--------"-----------------+-----~---------- Lions Club, Co-op Store, A. Herman M. Bloom, Inc., Pete Hop­Sidney Johnson, Thomas. B. son. Paul Williams. McCabe, William H. Ward, Philip Jos. Reynolds, Dr. E.D. Bruce, Weekend Speciall M. Alden, Gertrude W. Thatcher, Howard H. Williams, Howard SIp­L u c III e H. Davidson, Bob ler, Mrs. E.M. Bassett, J. Warren (Baird IV. Bird) Mrs: Horace A. paxson, Chas. G. Thatcher. Mrs. Reeves, R. E. COx, George S. D. Caldwell, Frank Maselli, BONELESS Swiftls Premium Stauffer, Mr_ and Mrs. R. F. Robert H. Reed, S.W. Hodge, Mr. Farrington, Tom Chew, Al Han- and Mrs. Maxey Morrison, Stewarl ROU D ROASTS'b.89C sen, Geo. C. Froebel, Paul Flood. John Flood, Donald ana Valley Nurseries, MIDDLETOWN ROAD, MEDIA Oppollte High Meadow (between Dutton Mill Raad and Knowlton Road) TELEPHONE TREMONT 2-7206 ASK FOR BEN PALMER SHADE TREES DORMANT TRIMMING SPUT HARDWOOD FIREPLACE. WOOD (We D.llver) If no answer please call LOwell 6-2480 It colts 110 more to enjoy tbe Best at ••• The . 401 Daclll ..... An ••• FOOD MARKIT

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=-:::c-:-:":--,-:---c-~~~,~ _-,- ,_ '---___- '~'c_--"-,,·~. ,....~ -,~ -"-O~-_,-_--~...,..........""..--,.-..,.,."......,.,........,...-,---==~==~-<---·' ~---.. -,---.-.-. -_ :--'------=~', •• - ~iJiN»·-·-~--.----."'_., __ ." _' ,_ " THE SWARTHMOREAN Ja. ... ary 26, 1962 ?~a!le~12~ _________ ~~ _______ ~ ___ ~~ _ ~~~~~~~~~~T.:~:::;;;~~~;r--II----~------=------~ Students will see work being NI. Library ACClsslols ONTRACTORS ELECT same this coming year. SHS Senior To Tour Bell's Murray Hill, N.J. Lab done in M icro~waves. earth sat~ i tl I.,' B k The JOHN S McQUADE The Morganwood group has ellites, Bell Solar Batteries, F c on - Joce..,n roo e, , . ..' ,also formed' a Reading Circle, Geoffrey Nearing. a Swarth­more High School senior. has been selected as one of three scle ntifically minded high ~chool students from the suburban Phil~ adelphia area to participate in a tour of the Bell Telephone Laboratories at Murray Hill. N.J. transistors, missile guidance name, of Greene. Robert Lawson: John S. McQua~e, Jr., ~uilder. which will meet every Thursday systems, and electronics. At a Mr. \\Umer. Bruce l ~~~erYT Scar churchman and clvic leade:, ~n~ afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. luncheon. the group will meet red .. Herman Me VI e.. ypee. are'sidentofMoylan, was e ec e Claude Thomson, 30 Morgan Walter H. Brattain. inventor of Emenc pressburg~r. ~llll~g a Monday night of last week as circle. the transistor. mouse on Sunday. VUgiOla noolf, 1962' president of the General Accompanying the students Tot h e lighthouse. Stephen Building contractors. Associa~ 1------------­will be Charles Marish. teacher Btrn.inghall .. The t.owers of loye. tion, Inc., of ·the Philadelphia of science at Swarthmore High Patrick Dennis. LIttle me. Ohve five-county area. He had been School; Robert Schenk. science Eckerson, The. golden yoke. servIng as first vice president teacher at Haverford; Dr. Char~ Victoria Holt. Klfkland Reyels. and chairman of the education THE SWEET SHOP les H. Boehm, superintendent Jean Larteguy. The centunons. committee. of the Department of Public In- Giles Lutz, The honyco*cker. -~----- COLONIAL COURT APTS. struction at Harrisburg; and Al- Sean O'Faolain, I rember! I re- Formerly the Old Bank Bldg. bert Gery, the telephone com~ member!. John O'Hara, Assembly. MRS. FREDERICK MI!HR -SELDOM MORE pany's public affairs supervisor. Joy Packer. The glass barrier. The tour is sponsored by the Herbert Wells, Tono-Bungay. Mrs. Frederick G. Mehr died at the home of herson-in-Iaw and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Bauer in West Chester on Monday. January 8. Both Mrs.' Mehr and the Bauers were former residents of Swarthmore. Bell Telephone Company of Frank Yerby. The Foxes of Ki 3-4597 • Pennsylvania and is aimed at arrow. . CUT FLOWlIS - PLANTS encouraging students to plan Mystery - Anthony Gil?ert, After CORSAGES careers in science; ,the verdict. Brett HallIday, Mur~ Home.Made Candy , ---- der in haste. Philip MacDonald, I'TriPle jeopardy. Lawr~nce Treat, Home-Made Cakes . "(saw it in the Swarthmoreanu Venus unarmed. Hilary Waugh. FUl)eral Services were held Januar" il. ~' 'IThe late Mrs. D. Non-Fiction - Emmanuel Anatl, The valley of Camonica. James MORGANWOODERS FORM SNOW PLOWING Conant. Slums and suburbs. Leo CREAT DECISIONS GROUP Today's drugs are so effe('­tive you rarely need a refill . Their total ("ost usually is lower than older, less effe('· tive medicines becau~ they do the job the first time. We stock thousands of drugs, in· eluding the newer ones, so bring your Doctor's prescrip. tions to us for prompt serv­ice at uniformly fair pri("es. Parked cars have seriously interfered with the plowing Deuel, The treasures of time. Morganwood residents wlll of snow on the Borough streeb. Clement Eaton. The growth of meet on Thursday evening, Fe~ To facilitate this work the Borough has adopted a plan Southern civilization. Virginia ruary 8, at the home of Mr. and for parking on one side of the street only during and immed- Eifert, Louis Jolliet. T. Fennell. Mrs. William A. Stoltzfus, 35 iately follow ina a snQ.w storm. Orchids for 'home and garden. Morgan circle .. ,to begin their , On even numb,red days of the month parking shall b, on Paul Fischer, Variegated foliage Great Decision Group for 1962. A. G. CA'tHf:RIIAR the side of the street having even house numbers and on r::lants.G06dHousekeeping, Good At each meeting to be held in PHABMACIST. odd numbered days on the side having odd house numbers, Housekeeping's Book of horne the various homes, the host als.o except in the parking meter zones of the Business Section. entertainment. Virgin Jones. The acts as chairman of the Group. 17 South Chester Bead Where at all possible off-street parking shall be the duty Civil War at sea. Alexander They boasted 100% attendance Swarthmore, Pennp . ofthe~r~ne~. K~~, wm~~~M~~~~IJl:a:S!t~y~e:~~an=d~~~p~e~~~t~~~¥!e~t~h~e~===~=====~~_~ about insects. John Kouwenhoven. j.,. • This plan is for efficiency and speed in clearing the The beer can by the highway, streetG and, the full cooperation of all residents of the Alicia Markova. Giselle and I. Borough is imperatiV1t. Edgar Mowrer, An end to make- DOROUGH OF SWARTHMORE believe. Frank Slater. Portrait SWARTHMORE-RUTLEDGE UNION SCHOOL AUTHORITY COMBINED FUND BALANCE SHEETS FOR YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31. 1961 ASSETS Investment In Facilities, Bond Series of 1957 Rutgers Ave. School Project Building ................ • • • • • • •• $ Building Construction. • • • . . . • • . • ••. Contracts Authorized ...•....••.•.. 460.756.33 ----- Total Facilities (Ij ••.•.•.•..• $ 460.756.33 Cash. . • . . . . • • • • • • • . • • . . • . . • • • 21.974.29 Funds - Investments In U.S. Obligations 44.425.03 Bond Series of 1959 College Ave. High School Project (2) $ 611.336.95 1,860.00 $ 613,196.95 4.780.67 54,504.40 $ 527,155.65 S 672.482.02 - LIABILITIES. RESERVES AND EQUITY ACCOUNTS Funded Debt ..•.••••.•... ; • . . . .• $ 425.000.00 $ 420 000.00 Serial Bonds Due November 1. 1961. • • • . 10.000.00 ' Accrued Interest Payable.. . . . . . . . . . . 8.270.00 Contractual Liabilities for uncompleted . contracts and contract retentions ... Total Liabilities. • . . . . . . . . • ... $ 443.270.00 Bond Sinking Func!s. • • • • • . . . . . . • . . 47 354 05 Equ i ty Accounts • . . . . . . . . . . . ". . • • . 36 .5 3 1 .6 0 1,860.00 $ 421,860.00 33,950.54 216,671.48 $ 527.155.65 $ 672.482.02 (1) The Trust Indentures proVide that all costs incurred. and income earned, in connection with the financing of construction and of the issuance of the bonds shall be included in the costs of construction Investment in buildings or building construction therefore lnclude~ the following: Bond Series Bond Series of 1957 of 1959 tn~ pDiscount ..••••••..••.... $ 6.900.00 n remium ~ • • .. • • • • • . • • • . . . $ (215 98) Trustee. Legal Fees, etc .••.•.•. '. '. 749 25 368 00 . Interest Earned ...•••••• ~ . • . • . • (5.779:26) (7.794.88) (2) Since records are on a cash basis, the Series of 1959 balance sheet . does not include accounts to October 31, Hl61 for rentals receivable of $8,500.00. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURsem*nTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31. 1961 RECEIPTS Bond Series Bond Series Cash Balance. November I, 1960 .•••••. Proceeds from maturities and sales of $ temporary investments in U. s. Obligations (at cost) .•......•.... Interest Earned . . . . .. h • • • • • • •• •• .$ Gain on Sale of U.S. Obllgations ....•. : $ Proceeds from maturities of supplemen-tary interest coupons purchased, (at cost) Interest Earned •..•..•...•.•..•.. - Interest on Investments in U.S. Bonds R al '" $ ent Income •••.••••••.••••••.. TOTAL RECEIPTS .••.••...•... .$. $ DISBURsem*nTS Construction of facUlties • • . • . • • • • .. $ Investments in u.r,. obllgaUons . Bonda retired . . . • • • • • • •• .•...•. B d I ...••.. , on nterest paid. . • . • • . . • • . • • . Authority working fund expenses ..••• : : of 1957 of 1959 19.843.98 $ 4.218.44 1,929.97 159.957.80 929.39 1,929.97 $ 160,887.19 45.03 $ 4.316.02 146.48 i 4,462.50 1,208.32 $ 34,250.00 45,500.00 37,433.32 $ 210.849.69 57,2'77.30 $ 215.068.13 $ 26,683.09 7,954.50 155,818.36 10,000.00 10.000.00 16,690.00 l' ,002.50 858.51. 783.51 TOTAL DISBURsem*nTS ••••••.• $ 35.303.01, 210,287.46 Casb Balanc~s, October 31, 1961 • • • • •• $. 21,914.29 $ 478067 Ttle aboYe balance aheet and statement 01 receipts and d1sburs' ments has been prepared from the audit repOrt of tbe Swartbmore-R e. led,e Union School Authority for the fiscal year ended October 31, 19::: JOHN C. MacALP,NE, Jr., Secretary painting. Wllliam Slim, Defeat into victory. Lowell Thomas, Sir Hubert Wilkins. Derek Wood, The narrow margin. Edward Boykin. ed., The wit and wisdorn of Con~ gress. Bruce Catton, American • heritage. Robert Coates, Beyond, the Alps. M. Das, The political philosophy of Jawaharlal Nehru. J. Christopher Herold, Love in five temperments. Ira Levin, Critic's choice. Batas Lowry, The visual experience. Richard O'Connor,Gould's millions. John scarne, SCarne's Complete guide to gambUng. Singer Sewing Machine Company, Singer Home ' decorations sewing book. Sports Afield. Boat-buUding annual. Betty Wason, Cooks, gluttons, and gourmets. Arch Whitehouse, Squadrons of the sea. Residents' Son Named County Judge in Va. Ralph P. Zehler, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P. Zehler of 1147 Villapova avenue. has been named Trial Justice and Judge of the Juvenile and Do­mestic Relations Court of Fluvanna County, :Virginia. Mr. Zehler, is a 39 year old attorney and received his ele­mentaryand secondary education here: he attended Tusculum ColI e g e. Greenville, Tenn., studying pre-law. and graduated from the University of Virginia, Ch81lottesvllle, Va. He served tl!ree years in the Infantry, was wounded and received the Purple Heart in the European Theatre in World War II;, I In 1952 Mr. Zehler was ap­pointed County Commonwealth Attorney to fill a vacancy and then in 1955 be was elected a Co mmonwealtb Attorney, serv­ing a four year term. He is activ.e in Civic and Religious affairs, also Boy Scouts, Masons, Lions and Chamber of Comm~rce. and is also a member of the Fluvanna Industrail,Cor~ratlon. His hobby is flying; he has his 'own plane and flltfB almost daily. ' Provident Tradesmens new Key AUTOMATIC SAVINGS ACCOUNT builds a nest egg right from your checking balance! Now saving, too, goes automatic! Take just a few minutes to launch your Key Sure-Saver Account by opening a Savings Account and a Checking Account at Provident Tradesmens. (Have one? .Open the other.) :rIten, tell us how much to transfer from checking to savings each month. A Key Sure-Saver Plan auto­matically transfers any amount monthly ($10 and up) from checking to savings ... lets you add other amounts to savings any time. . . calculates 3 % interest monthly on savings. You can become a Key Sure-Saver! He is married to the former Claire McGee' from MeSSina. N. Y.'~ and they have three chlld­r~ n, !Steph8.!11e. \2, Ralph, II, ~'a_la:yr_:d .e~:~~ They reSide in PROVIDENT TRADESMENS RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS BalIk alld Trust CompallY For December the total nu I)F.LAWAR .. : VALLEY'S II.'~Y BANK of local Red C mber /),./0",""" County O/fia .. : rOS8 volunteers I.ima-LO s-saoo CDriv(. .... ln " Parkin.)' Mcdia-W 6-8300 Who served in the various ac.lv~ Sprinlfleld (Drive-In &: Parkin,)-KI :J.2430; Swarthmore-KI 3-1431 ities were 38 with a totai . . Nether Providencc-LO ~ (Drive-~n " Parkinl), 811 hours.' O. Main OIlI~/B::r::t~he.~:rs~nliEcua .. 4-3000 Mrmlter F'rdrral DrpNit I"."M,,", C:",pora,ion • M.lflwr ,td.nd "-rnt .~."'''' . : . ,~

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