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The property, located on the I '• south side of Lancaster Ave., just west of Church Rd„ is now occu- pied by a gasoline station and is • owned by St. Agreement Signed ' Schweizer stated that although final settlement has not been com- pleted, an agreement of sale has • been signed by officials of the church. Announced Wednesday The announcement was made at a meeting of the calendar committee of the club held in the club rooms Wednesday afernoon. Mc Cartney is president of the Narberth organization. Grey, of 41 1 Woodbine Ave., Penn Valley, and her three daughters, Judy, Jane and Joan, spent two months vis- iting in Kansas and Denver, Colo. Grey joined them for the last three weeks, and they returned home Tuesday by car. Alex Gilnllan, of 101 Rockland Ave., Narberth, and their daughter, Miss Mildred Gil- filian, will return from the Po- conos this weekend. Reisener, of 310 Essex Ave., Narberth, became the bride of James Michell Hare, son of Mr. The maid of honor wore an apple green taffeta dress made on the same lines as the bridal gown, with short scalloped sleeves. Simpson, of 707 Bryn Mawr Ave., Penn Valley, took place on Saturday, August 10. Luke's and Chil- dren's Medical Center, will be held on Tuesday, October 8, at the Merion Cricket Club, it was an- nounced this week by the auxili- ary president, Mrs.
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Why not sell your beliefs to a guy who is go- ing to vote against your candi- date? If Continued on Page Two Bell Tel To Buy Ardmore Property Site Will House New Dial Central Office In Future Purchase of an Ardmore prop- erty as a site for a future dial •* telephone central office was an- nounced this week by Carl F. Hagysford Rd., Penn Valley, have returned from Stone Harbor, N. WINQATE, Associate Editor Published Every Thursday Deadline for advertising and news copy— Wednesday 9 A. Subscription rate— 42 per year In advance Publication Office— Eight Cricket Avenue. Phone— Ardmore 57; Greenwood 3-7740 Member of Bucks-Montgomery Newspaper Publishers Association Mrs. Mc Cartney Will Report on Federation Meeting At Narberth Club October 1 Mrs. Mc Cartney will make a report of her trip to the 55th annual meeting of the General Federation of Women's Clubs in Chicago in June at the local Club's first gathering October 1. Senft officiated.' Given in marriage by her father, tht bride was gowned in an ivory brocaded satin dress with a low scalloped neckline filled in with marquisette, a fitted bodice and long pointed sleeves. He was telling me that he has a new job as of right now.
"I have heard people say 'get close to your Congressman' — af- ter he is in. Schweizer, manager of the Ard- • more branch of the Bell Telephone Company. She was the only local president to represent her club as a delegate. Hare, of Ger- mantown, on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Narberth. Her finger- tip length tulle veil was fastened with a sequin Juliet cap with clus- ters of baby white chrysanthe- mums on either side, and fell over a full skirt ending in a short train. Miss Joyce Reisener was her sis- ter's maid of honor and Miss Helen Irish, of Germantown, ser- ved as bridesmaid. To Hold Card Party And Fashion Show The annual Card Party and Fashion Show sponsored by the Auxiliary of St. Seems he is the new public relations director for the Automobile Club of Philadel- phia.
"I know some businessmen," said Pitman, "who continually criticize their Congressmen and other public officials — but always to one another at board meetings, clubs and luncheons. Groff, r of 233 Wynnewood Ave., Nar- berth, and their daughter, Miss Dorothy Groff, have been spend- • ing the Summer on a ranch in Montana. Four occupants of the second car, in- cluding the operator, Tony Tal- arlco, 25, of 728 Wynnewood Rd., Ardmore Park, were also unin- jured. v^ e SSw^f^^ OUR TOWN September 5, 19461 OUR TOWN Entered as second claw matter October, 1938, at the Post Office At Narberth, Pa. Hull's mother and father celebrate their 40th wedding anni- versary . * * * Congratulations to Bob Camer- on, whom I spotted at the Lower Merion Twp. Damage to Miss Donahue's car was an estimated 0.
It's obvious- ly futile to make political speech- es to yourselves. Council Meets The Narberth Borough Council will meet Monday night in Elm Hall. under the Act of March 3, 1879 Founded in 1914 by the Narberth Civic Association GEORGK A, WALK ER, President and Editor JOSEPH NEWMAN, Managing; Editor HELEN FTTZPATRICK, Business Manager SUZANNE Y. Allen, of Fair- view Rd., Penn Valley, will be in charge of general arrangements, and Mrs. Wallace, of 521 Greystone Rd., Merion, is in charge of the Fashion Show by Bonwit Teller. Republican Commit- tee's dinner up at Haverford Court Hotel Wednesday.