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Rita Sammon's police dog won first prize aa the prettiest pet and Jane VanTSriea' Persian cat was second, The show was given under the supervision of Miss Margaret Drelaler, the playground director. More than 25 members of the Sons and Daughters of Liberty, paid a surprise birthday visit to Albert E. Snyder of Riverside Heights in Mlddletown township. Snyder was the rural mail carrier for the country roundabout Red Bank.

William R. Nelson's cabin cruiser, Mr. George W. Dolliver of Bergen pi, and Mr. Arthur B.

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White of Broad st. A short time previous, the men of the River Plaza Community club, under the leadership of C. Judson Bic-ren, dub president, had put a concrete floor fn the basement of the clubhouse. Bloren treated the men who assisted with the floor job to a clam chowder supper. Henry Vlnlng planned to start building his new house on the Shrewsbury rd.

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Charles Wlrth of Deal, aged 7, died at Long Branch hospital from njuries received in a collision with the bicycle he was riding and an automobile driven by a New York resident. For many years Mr. Wirth was an active - member of the Oakhurst Methodist church.

When Mrs. William S. England of Tinton Falls returned home from Asbury Park, she was surprised by a group of friends who had gathered at her home to celebrate her birthday.. When Miss Wixon escaped from Nanking, she got away with only the clothing she had on and a wristwatch. William, Buchanan of Red Bank, who purchaaed the Fair Haven Boatworks a short time previous, broke his arm while crank- ng the engine on a motor boat. Henry Roland of Cleveland, who called himself the "Human Fly", was scheduled to climb -up the front of the Broad Street bank building and sit on a chair balanced on the edge of the coping.

Catherine E. Conover, widow of Eugene Conover, died of a heart condition at the home of her sister, Mrs. Holmes B. Quacktnbush of Atlantlo Highlands.

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Gregory of Broad at. Arthur V. Gregory and daughter Elaine of Waverly pi.


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  • Catherine Story of Middletown village, died of complications at the age of She was. Glenn Huntei Palmer. The oeremony waa performed at Old Christ ohuroh at Philadelphia by Rev. Louis O. Mr, and Mn. Leon Turklngton and Mra. Latltla Whiting of Elm pi,, returned- from a two weeks' vaoatlon n New Tork. About 3,5 was cleared, by the Fair Haven fire company at ts annual fair which was largely attended every night. Byron Aapdln, manager of tht Aapdln Paint Co. The Cutter Social club of Red Bank, held ta annua. Oaorie Orob, Mr, And Mn. Both defendants pleaded innocent before Magistrate James R.

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    Yes, tha highway system is having growing pains hut new roads built and under construction such as the Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway are catching up with the terrific increase in traffic. However, it takes time. Clark, county agricultural agent.

    go site Crops such as corn, sorghum, or even sunflowers and Sudan grass will make rapid jrowth during mid-summer if the soil contains nutrients and available water. After the crop hns attained a good height, or in late September, t may be disked under. Thoroughly cut the organic matter into ths first four nches of top soil. A winter cover crop of rye may then be planted and the eoll firmed after aaeding. Timothy seed need not be covered. The rain "will usually carry the seed nto the ground where it will germinate and Start to grow. By the end of the picking season or when the vines give up, a good stand of timothy will continue to develop throughout the winter until t s plowed under the following spring.

    Timothy plants make luxuriant root development n soils adapted to the growing of these vine crops. Bon Voyage. Party For Mrs. Van nwegcn of Little Silver. Van nwegon will leave Aug. The luncheon was held on the Rutberg porch where foreign dishes of food were served. Van nwegen, former president of the Red Bank Woman's club, received a gift from those present, She was also entertained at a luncheon bridge the week before by Mrs, Cromwell Watson where a special recording with bon voyage greetings were played.

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