MILLTOWN BANK PAYS VACATION MEMBERS
MILLTOWN, May 24-The First National Bank of Milltown started paying its Vacation Club Monday and many of these depositors will receive the benefit of an enjoyable vacation due to small savings throughout the year.
The Vacation Club at the bank this year was far in advance than those of the past, and it is he expectation of those at the bank that the membership of the club for 1929 will be far in excess of that of 1928.
The 1929 club membership is now open and many have already started the new club, on its way to success.
MILLTOWN GIRL SCOUTS HOLD BIG MEETING
MILLTOWN, May 24-The regular meeting of the Girl Scouts was held on Monday evening at the Brotherhood building of the St. Paul’s Reformed Church. The meeting was opened with Investiture service, with the following scouts being invested: Marie Rost, Margaret Welmer and Elizabeth Ries.
The scouts devoted the rest of the evening for the rehearsal of the plays that they expect to give next month.
Mrs. Clarence Crenning of School street, is a patient at the Middle- sex General Hospital and is much improved from a recent operation for appendicitis.
Miss O’Brien of Syracuse, was a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Steckle of North Main street.
The Girls Crescent Club was entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs. C. B. Junker. The regular meeting of the Emanon Club was held at the home of Mrs. Edward Smith of Herbert avenue Monday evening.
Mrs. Millard Quackenbush of Washington avenue is a patient of the Middlesex General Hospital, with pneumonia.
The prayer and praise service of the Methodist Episcopal Church was conducted by Eugene Reeves on Tuesday evening.
The regular meeting of the Perry Worthge Post. American Legion met Tuesday evening..
MILLTOWN A. A. WILL PLAY BANKERS TONIGHT
MILLTOWN, May 2-This Evening at the Michelin park, the Milltown A. A, will entertain the New Brunswick Bankers, An interesting game is expected and although the locals are light favorites they will have to step lively to take the decision from the New Brunswick aggregation,
So far this season the Milltown. A. A. has been enjoying unusual success in its diamond affairs and the locals do not intend to let the Bankers spoil its fine record by coming out on top this evening. Bog Bradley, star right hander will toe the slab for the Milltown A. A and will draw Buck Wolff as his opponent.
LADIES’ NIGHT HELD BY METHODIST MEN MILLTOWN
May 24-Ladies’ Night was celebrated last evening by the Men’s Club at the Milltown Methodist Episcopal Church, with a very large attendance.
A most interesting program was furnished by Alvin Cross with his Swiss Bells and impersonations. A two hour entertainment was furnished, with musical numbers being rendered together with impersonations and a short sketch of n school program, which was loudly applauded.
KARONITES CLUB PLAY AT MILLTOWN PLEASES A LARGE GATHERING
MILLTOWN, May 24-Many from the borough as well as out of comedy drams, produced by the Karonites Club Tuesday afternoon and evening at the Michelin Community House, entitled “The End of the Lane.” The play was well directed and the individual parts were produced in a most delightful manner.
Those taking part in the play, under the direction of Prof. H. R. Mensch, were as follows:
Jim Denver-Kenneth Worthge. Hardy Saunders-Maurice Bradley
Bud Nix-Albert Skewis Messenger Boy-Kenneth Blumla. Canal Randall-Beatrice Ewing. Ma Randal-Sara Murray. Ellen Seabright-Mildred Knuck Martha Elizabeth Ann-Patience Perry. Bessie Reed-Helen Lehmann.
The time was that of the present and the setting that of a San Francisco boarding house and a farm in New York State. The comedy afforded much laughter and pleasure to the audience, throughout the evening.