This Day In History: October 29th, 1919

This Day In History: October 29th, 1919

MILLTOWN, Oct. 29. – The Jolly Seven Girls’ Club elected officers for the ensuing year at the home of Mrs. Edward Smith on Monday evening. The officers are as follows:

  • President: Miss Katherine Snediker
  • Vice President: Mrs. R. M. Evans
  • Secretary: Miss May G. Bradley
  • Treasurer: Miss Beulah J. Lindstrom

Supper Plans Completed.

The general committee on the chicken supper, to be given by the Methodist Church next Wednesday, November 5, completed final plans last evening. The menu looks very attractive, featuring roast chicken prepared like Thanksgiving dinner. Tickets are now on sale for 98 cents.

Lester Snediker spent Monday in Philadelphia on business.

Red Cross Work.

The local committee in charge of the Red Cross drive, set to start probably next Monday, met last evening. Mrs. C. W. Kuhlthau is in charge and discussed plans for the best way to canvass the town. This is a membership drive, and all are asked to join as honorary members. The Red Cross is still active abroad and needs your assistance. So, when approached next week, join the organization without delay. The fee is $1.

This Is G. O. P. Night.

Tonight will be G. O. P. night in the borough. The Republican Club will hold a big rally in preparation for next Tuesday’s election. Efforts have been made to make this a significant night in Republican history in the borough, and all voters are cordially invited to attend. The Michelin band has been secured to furnish music for the occasion and will liven things up. Refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting.

Judge Morgan of the District Court from Elizabeth will be the main speaker of the evening. Other prominent men on the list include assembly candidates, freeholder candidates, and local council candidates John Klotzback and J. W. Dorn.


A REPUBLICAN RALLY will be held in Red Men’s Hall, Milltown, on Wednesday evening, October 29, at 8:00 o’clock. The Michelin Band will be in attendance, and District Court Judge Morgan of Elizabeth, as well as candidates for county offices, local candidates, and assembly candidates will be present to make speeches. All voters are cordially invited. 027-31

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