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Brooklyn Sunday Star from Brooklyn, New York • 28

Brooklyn Sunday Star from Brooklyn, New York • 28

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BROOKLYN SUNDAY STAR, JANUARY 1, 1928 TISH A Conservative Wife by Louise Hirsch I HAVE THE SHARPEST WIFE YOU EVER SAW DO IN YOUR LIFE! TELL Mapleton Park Doings Conducted By Arthar Perles Maple on cat ing about for new home On the committee 111 charge of -uch arrangement Francis Pan naman, Harry Chrlich, Al Joley and Robert Gallon. president The Board of D.rectors, at their meeting Wednesday night, voted to abandon their pre-ent headquarters at the portunity. Edward A. Kole. chairman of the Board, presided at the meeting.

marking his in itial a. ily since ho was stricken ill three w.oks ago. More than one thou and dollars was realized at the net proceeds of the Stores and office lofts are going up on Bay Parkway on the sit of the huge stucco house that was moved 011 greased kid acros the toroughfare, last week This marks another victory for commerce, which is rapilly making inroad- 011 the residential strongholds along the parkway. We predict that he next three years will witness the departure of every privat dwelling from Washington to Eighty sixth street Alderman Jim Kietnan has in formed us tat 11 intends renew ing. his effort- in the city legislature to WIn a reduction 111 the local assessment to pay for the proposed Ben.

on park. The Alderman is also preparing a list of streets in Map eton Park and the vicinity needing paving, grading and sewage systems, as well as adequate lights and other civic improvements to present to the Board of Estimate. He has mapped out a heavy program of work that will do much to help beau tify the section. Former Sheriff Peter A. Seers.

Republican, continues one of the best-liked G. 0. P. leaders in the borough. The genial local voterunder-the-eagle may be seen any day in his round of doing favors for persons in the section.

MISS McKEOWN WED The wedding of Miss Esther McKeown, daughter of Mrs. John McKeown of 191 Eightieth street and Paul Alfred Kennedy of 162 Eighth avenue was solemnized in the Church of Our Lady of Angels. The ceremony was performed by Mgr. Francis 1. O'Hara.

The bride was gowned in white satin, trimmed with rosepoint and her veil was made of lace and tulle. A shower of roses and lilies of the valley formed her bouquet. Miss Marie McKeown was her sister's only attendant and wore a frock of green velvet with a large hat to match, and she carried American Beauties. Vincent Kirk, was the best man, and the ushers included Leo J. Hickey, Avertin Ughetta, Mitchell McKeown and Frank McKeown, brothers of the bride.

A reception was held at the Hotel Bossert. After a wedding trip to White Sulphor Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy will dake their hode in Brooklyn. Mr.

Kennedy is the principal of Poblic School 48, on Eighteenth avenue and Sixtieth street, and a prominent member of the Anvil Chorus. WHY I GAVE ENOUGH DRESSBELEIVE HOME THE OTHER DAY HOW HER JUST BARELY DID MONEY TO BUY ONE SHE AND WOULD YOU DO IT? IT SHE CAME) WITH TWO TO GIVE PLAY Al: the of the Dra Society of Our Lucky of Lorett. Council. of 117 Fir: are looking forward to the the when it- will be possible to rehearsals for their fir -NoW The proc. ed- of the dance, hell camber 111 the month, will go to wall the paying of vpen-e: hat wil be incurred 11: -uch a presentation.

The name and cast of the how will be made public later. when definite plans will be announced for the production of the -hon Cardinals Win Hard-Fought Game By 29 to 21 Score The Bay Ridge Cardina's added another win to their long string of victories by defeating the fast Fortway A. (. by 29--21. This brings the total up to eight con ecutive WInS for the Cardinals.

The last game was roughly colltoted and Was marred by many fouls. Connors, and Valk starred for the Cardinals, while De Warde chined for the Fortway. The losers plaved hard game In the Art half, giving the Cardinals little worry. After intermisSon. however, few long shots caged by Connors ruined the dash of the Fortwav- Throughout the second half the Cardinals showed theri heels to the vanquished.

The displayed great (O dination and team work, scormany ON lightning fast combinations. Murtha ('loney provided one of the few thrills of the game when he a basket from midcourt 2 la 12- which dropped through the F'IN1 without touching it. Going into the second half, the Fortway were trailing by a count of 16- 11. The score follow FORTWAYS 1 Warde. 13 Jordan 1 Augio 2 Linger 0 Victor 0) Reel 2 Romeo 0 Total 9, 3 21 BAY RIDGE CARDINALS Valk 3 00 Hayes 2 Connors 10 Garguilo 4' M.

2 R. Cloney. 2 Total. 11 7 29 NEW TRADE BOARD To stimulate business ir. their sections and to strive for improvements in their districts about seventy business men of Mapleton Park and Bensonhurst recently organized the Bay Parkway Board of Trade, Inc.

The officers follow: Herman P. Gould, president; Michale Brown, first vice-president; Joseph Berlinfi second vice-president; I. Fishback, third vice-president; N. Feischer, secretary; Benjamin Kaplan, treasurer. Directors, Herman Cohen, William R.

Wilson, Benjamin Kushel, Harry Zaslow and A. Weber. PUBLIC LECTURES An interesting and instructive series of free public lectures for the season of 1928 at Manual Training High School, Seventh avenue and Fifth street, has been arranged for Thursday evenings, at 8:15 o'clock. TOURING ITALY Mr. and Mrs.

Joseph Balzirini and their daughter, Miss Aurelia Balzirini, 937 Ocean avenue, are touring in Venice, Italy. WELL SHE BOUGHT ONE AND THE OTHER SHE HAD ON WHEN SHE WENT OUT! LOUISE A HIRSCH JOHN PIRUNG DIES John Pirung of 1950 Ocean avenue, former prominent produce dealer, died last Saturday at his home. He formerly was in business 111 Washington Market. retiring seven years ago. He 18 survived by his wife, Barbara Most Pirung: his son.

William Pirung and four daoghters, P.rung. Mrs. George J. Callahan. Mrs.

James Dillon and Mrs. Bert Ennis. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning with a solemn high mass at St. Brendan's R. (.

Church, Ave. () and E. 12th street. at 10 o'clock. Interment will be at Holy Cross, Cemetery.

JUNIOR HIGH BOYS CLIMB IN SPORT WORLD The Pershing Junior High Swimming Team finished its first aquatic season in the P. S. A. swimming meet by taking second place. Mr.

Lux, swimming Instructor, is responsible for the showing of the team. The Pershing varsity basketball team completed a strenuou: season by being tied for fir-t rlace. The team has three veterans from last year, who are largely responsible for the showing of the five this year. They are Louis Schall, Louis Lipsky and Eli Kapellner. George Eggers coached this basketball team which is certainly showing marvelous results.

HOME FOR HOLIDAYS William Hawkins, formerly of Flatbush, came home from ('hiago and spent the holidays at the home of Mrs. V. A. Thompson of 116 Marlboro road. Mrs.

Thompson' grandson, Donald Kellett, is home from Peekskill Military Academy for the holidays and will return to school next week. Rev. Brougher's Sermon "An Unfailing Detective," or. "Catching Kidnappers and Criminals." wil be the subject of Rev. Russell M.

Brougher's sermon, Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Baptist Temple, Third avenue and Schermerhorn street. He will discuss also the following prelude questions: 1, "Why was William Hickman (kidnapper) 2, "Who is to blame for the criminals in New 3, "Are you crazy?" Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock, Mr. Brougher will preach on the subject, "A New Love." Communion service will be observed. The Temple Choir will render anthems at both services. SISTERS INSTALLED Mrs.

Margaret Friedberg was recently installed as president of the Borough Park Big- Sisters. Others installed were Mrs. Sara Freedman, vice-president; Mry. Anna Frieda, Mrs. Dora Blonder and Mrs.

Irene Maier. REEVE'S HOSTS Mr. and Mrs. Archie F. Reeve of Plandome, L.

formerly of Flatbush, are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. James B. Reeve of Emerson, N. also formerly of Flatlush, over Christmas and New Year's.

On Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Reeve entertained a number of Flatbush people and former Flatbushites at a bridge. Their guests included Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Remsen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kruger and Mr.

and Mrs. Leon Griswold. CHARLIE CHIRPS IF A WOMAN KEEPS A SECRET IT IS SURE TO BE WITH TELLING EFFECT! PIN.F SERVICE DIETZ COAL CO. OPENS BRANCH ON FOSTER AVE. A gmficant achievement In the coal industry 15 the opening of the new fourth branch of the Ph.

Ditz Coal Company, Incorporated. progressiv, insti tution of which Emil Inetz 19 president: Louis Dietz, VIce president: Gustav Dietz, treasurer, and Harry Dietz, -ecretary: since it- organization over twenty five year ago, ha. made truly year ago, Lil Diets forward. until it has reached the forefront of the coal industry. 114 coveted reputation as :1 109 per cent coal organization founded on the principal which has prompted every expansion event, namely: To render the benefits of it modern facilities and fine quality, coal to greater numbers of families throughout Brooklyn and Queens.

In quarter century of business, the Ph. Dietz Coal Company, Incorporated, has earned a coveted reputation of. faithful, dependable service and has gained for it the confidence of the public. The location of their new yard was chosen as a result of the investigation which disclosed the need of a coal service of the "Dietz character" in Flatbush and neighboring sections. At a great cost this new pocket at Kings Highway and Foster avenue has been constructedproclaimed to be the pinnacle of mechanical efficiency.

At this new yard coal is handled by an entirely new method not found in an yother coal yard in Greater New York. MISS ELMES ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Elmes of 183 Hawthorne street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Lucia M. Elmes, to Lewis H.

D. Fraser, Jr. Miss Elmes is a senior at Smith lege and Mr. Fraser is a graduate of Poly Prep and a senior at Yale, where he is a member of the Book and Bond Fraternity. He lives at 218 Lincoln place with his grandparents, Dr.

and Mrs. Horatio N. Fraser. The date of the wedding will be announced later. Announce Engagement Mr.

and Mrs. Richard Tum Suden of 35 Seventy-eightin street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Adeline Marie, to William Justus Meyer of 5406 Fourth avenue, on Christmas Eve. LOCAL YOUTH GAINS ELEVEN LBS. IN NAVY How the U'. S.

Navy develops the bodies of its new recruits in addition to training them mentally and useful pursuits is shown 111 a report from the Navy Department that has just been received by the local recruiting The report will be of interest not only to the relatives and friends of those who have recently signed up with Uncle Sam's first line of defen: forces but to the public in general. This report listed the weight progress of the seven local recruits who enlisted at the Navy recruiting station at 8 Fourth avenue, Brooklyn, during Octoher, 1927, and showed that durIN the first two months in the Navy there was an average gain ill weight of eight pounds per man. The greatest gain was made by William J. Ammerman, 6121 Third avenue. Brooklyn, who put 111 eleven pounds during his training period Regular hours, healthy exer41: 05, and good wholesome food caused this building up of bone and muscle of practically every young man the Navy enlists.

The local men reported on were: William J. Ammerman. 6121 Third avenue, seaman, 2d class, weight upon enlistment. 113; weight on transfer, 124; gain, 11 pounds. John A.

Gill, 1774 East Thirtyeighth street, seaman, 2d class; wright upon enlistment, 150: weight on transfer. 154; gain, pounds. Theodore Frev, 11 Melrose street, apprentice seaman, weight upon enlistment. 129; weight on gain. pounds.

Frank G. Cameron, 877 Flatbush avenue, apprentice seaman; wright upon enlistment, 121: weight on transfer, 126; gain, 5 pounds. NEW UTRECHT DOWNED The Central Y. M. C.

A. basket ball team maintained its standing as leader of the Brooklyn-Queens Y. M. C. A.

League by defeating the New Utrecht quintet, 37 to. 32, in the Hanson place gym Tuesday night. Central led ies opponents throughout the game, although seriously threatened at several points. Early in the first period the Central lads gathered an early lead and led at the close of the in the second chapter and reduced the lead considerably. first half, 23 to 13.

The New Utrecht lads came back strongly The Central Y. M. C. A. has yet to be defeated.

ACTS AS HOSTESS Mrs. John G. Cavanagh of 904 Ocean Parkway entertained for her daughter, Miss Virginia Chamberlain Cavanagh at a thea-1 tre party, to see "Funny Face." The guests were the Misses Ruth Keeler, May Kleffmann, Janet Thompson, Dorothy Borg of Englewood, Frances Ash, Betty Morris, Helen Yates of Paterson, Olga Vreeland, Josephine Barrera, Lois Cavanagh of Brooklyn and Alexandria Kluge of Manhattan and Englewood, N. J. ENGAGED Mr.

and Mrs. George Gunderson of 537 East Thirty-fifth street announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Charlotte M. Gunderson to Archie G. Welge, son of Mr. and Mrs.

William Welge of 710 Elmore place. Miss Gunderson is a graduate of Erasmus Hall and is now senior at Maxwell Training School for Teachers..

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