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KEYPORT CHURCH CHOIR | * TO GIVE BIO MUSICILE KEYPORT, June 17.—Calvary M. E. church will give a musical aer vice at th® church Sunday night at 8 o'clock, being assisted by Mrs. Wll . liam Danforth of New York. A brief sermon will be delivered by the Rev. A. C. Brady, but the greater part of the service will be musical. The program to be given Is as fol lows: Anthem, “Worship the Lord’* Nol te. Anthem “Sweet Hour Of Prayer’ Lucy. Miss Florence Huyler, soloist. Contralto solo, selected, Mrs. Wil 11am Danforth. Offertory, saiaphone solo, selected, William F. Eckhart. Duet. "How Lovely are the Messen gers” from St Paul, Fell* Mendels sohn; Miss Florence Huyler, soprano; Mrs. William Danforth, contralto. Soprano solo, selected. Mrs. Fred L. Schildknecht. Anthem, "River of Life,” soloist. Mrs. Fred L. Schildknecht. OLD BRIDGE Mr. and Mr*. William Reid and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Rusher motored to Red Bank Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Roller. Jr., and daughter Marjorie were South River visitors Wednesday. Miss Margaret Anders, of Perth Amboy, is spending the week-end with relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Van Aris dale and family were Browntown visitors Thursday. Mrs. Fannie Bolce, of Helmetta. spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. Harold Green, In South Old Bridge. Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Vatea and family, of Summerhlll, spent Tues day with relatives In town. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Green and son Elllsworth and Mrs. J. E. Green were South River shoppers Wednes day. Ashury Fountain, of Matawan. was a business visitor in town Wednes day. Mliw Hattie Ostrom was a South River business visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hlllyer wars Kcyport visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boiee were ' Englishtown visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Lillian Hendrickson and son Harold are spending a few days with relatives in Trenton. Among the Old Bridge folks that attended the wedding of Miss Mil dred Retd at Englishtown were Mrs. Elisabeth Lamkle and son George and the Misses Rose, Mae and Lena Allebecker, Mrs. David Dobson spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover, at Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lester Squire were Perth Amboy visitors Wednes day. Mrs. Charles Hlllyer was a South River shopper Tuesday. William Melgogey. of Middlebush, spent Tuesday with relative* in town. Mr. dtpd Mrs. William Downs, of Camden, spent a few days with the latter’s mother, Mrs. George Dobson, Br. RUSH PAVING WORK ON KEYPORT STREET KEYPORT, June 17.—Work of laying the concrete street now be ing built by the county lias begun the first three large blocks having been completed Wednesday the work starting at the corner of Front and Church streets. It la predicted by these in authority that the street will be entirely completed frcm Church to Broad streets by the early part of next week. The work has progressed very fa vorably on the county section of the road and Contractor" Demerest ex pects to have the entire work com pleted at an early date. During the work on thla particular section traf fic to the eastern section of the bor ough and toward Keansburg is di verted to First street. The road being built by the state has not progressed as yet to the borough although the necessary pre liminary work has been completed and the trolley tracks have been re moved to the center of the road which was one of the main demands made by the State Highway Com mission. SOUTH AMBOY GRAMMAR SCHOOL EVENT TONIGHT rny Evening Neei Correspondent.] SOUTH AMfiOY, June 17—Final exercises of St. Mary’s Grammar school will be held tonight at 8 o'clock when a large class w ill com plete their grammar school work and receive certificates of admis sion into the high school. A splen did program has been prepared and a large crowd of friends and rela tives are expected to be on hand to witness tho event. Tho program follows: Chorus—"To Thee. O Country" School. [ "Child’s Rule of Life,* Uti I dren. "Mother Goose Rhymes.” i "I've Got (he Mumps,” Small ■ Rom Dance*—Girls. “Declaration of Independence!* historical j«iay by the Sixth Qp Pupils. ... Awarding of Diplomas You Know You Do”—CatJ Stanton. Margaret M. Thomas Malnion and James L ard. "Jennie's Secret”—Catherine and John Coakley. "Flag Drill”—Boy**. "Irish Dance"—Boys and Girls, ling Chorus—"The Lost Chord/ Class. 1 Accompanist: Piano, Mrs. M.] Stephenson: violins, William De*i Jlancy and John Ryan. A Huge Pure Food Sale Offering The Most Striking Bargainsl A sale with incomparable values in the best Pure Foods produced. All we ask is for you to come and see for yourself how well we have provid\d| for your wants in this big sale. The splendid assortment, the excellent qualities and low prices will otter unanswerable reasons why you should buy tr-^| ly. Come here, you can’t miss getting real bargains, prices are adjusted to effect sales. Sale ends Monday night. [Legs Lamb Jl I 1 Genuine Spring Lamb; nice and fresh; I P It). •••••••.....' • I Pork Loins Whole or hali?; ! lb.-..... Pet Milk Evaported; Tall Cans; 2 cans .. .. I ■ I — Uneeda Biscuit i Pkge.. •}• Limit 6 pkges- to a cuntomcr. Chuck Roast Best Cuts; lb.. ... ..:•!• •»•»•• ••:•••#• .«!*w • • • t MITT » III II _ [Fresh Hams 9J ^ I Spfioial; 1 lb.. ... I .Mmrnmmmmmmmmmqmmmm* I Lemons * H Fanoy; large; 1 Dozen .. I \***B*«*«««^ (Leaf Lard I Fresh; In Cones; | * ■ & ■ ^ I Helmet or Fowler’s Corn 71 I 1 Worth 15c can; special can.. m 1 1 Limit 6 cans to a customer ( • [Sardines 1 I 6 -.. -. I (Pork & Beans I _ _ _.... Eggs Fancy selected; Fresh; dozen .!. —— I Potatoes 7 »■ ■ ■ ider I Fancy new; no. 1; good cookers; 16 qt. bskt.. m ' -at ca 1 No. 2 Potatoes; 16 qt. bskt.39c •'8 Vought altar __ _*Vea*ed, [Beets Fancy Large Jersey Beets; Largo Bunch .. .. Tomatoes in III Large No. 2 cans; _ >l I Can [» • » U jl [Plate Beef Tjl [ ..-. n i I Lamb Chops Fresh; 'b... GROCERIES 1 STAR MILK Limit 6 cans to a customer TEA V C\ A fancy gold decorated cup and WM saucer frea with eoch pound of 1 Ceylon. English Breakfast or ^ GYPSY SALMON p Tall cans; worth 20c; • / 2 cans .. BLUE SEAL /HTP' ROYAL APRICOTS / 2 cans. UNICORN CHERRIES A White; Large ean; X Reg. 50c; can. L—1 S unicorn " r\ n PINEAPPLE X VJ Large can... A^ ^ BROOKFIELD CREAMERY BUTTER \ V/ In lb. prints; lb. S LIBBY’S MAYONNAISE P DRESSING / ^ 3 bottles .. SWEET PEAS H Early June; / ^ Worth 20c can; 2 cans .. Lmf BARTLETT ^ PEARS / \ Large can HONEY CRISP r% r CORN FLAKES / l<\ 3 pkges.ma^ FIRST PRIZE AMj r\ GEM NUT BUTTER / / Speeial; lb. Laj / . A 1 SAUCE Worth 35c; Special bottle . NEW PRUNES Fancy large; lb... PUFFED RICE 2 pkges- .'... .tw.... QUEEN QUALITY COFFEE The best; lb. SUGAR Finest granulated; lb. DOMINO GOLDEN SYRUP Worth 25c; 2 cans ...... ( MEATS SAUSAGE ^ A Our own make; /m All pure pork; lb.44 CHOP BEEF A A Fresh and pure; CHUCK ' A A STEAK 7 7 lb. • • • • ••••••• VIAL A STEW III Fresh; lb. .. -A BEEF " A 4* LIVER 7 ^ 2 lbs. :••• 44 I BEEF "fl A T" 1U . FLAT SPARE RIBS <g Pm Fresh or Corned; I J lb. X M SHIN pm FOR SOUP / lb.....«-« M LIVERWURST A A FRANKFURTERS / / BOLOGNA; lb.. ** GOOD CHUCK <| For roast or soup III lb.X BACON A O Whole or half strip; ^ Veal ^ p* chops 9 ^ SpGHfll j lb. SHOULDER | OF VEAL RUMP pm OF VEAL 1 / lb.. & • CHICKEN-*-j Fricassee or Soup; Fancy; lb. r!b ?\~rr ROAST / ^ I lb...** FRESH PORK SHOULDER 4 n] Nice and lean; I i "Well trimmed; lb.* *2 i ?ORK r%*7 CHOPS / / lb. • . rtTTtViiI • it"» • • • • ® - VEGETABLES I I LETTUCE mm 1 Fancy; "1 j| Head .. 10c and. ^ CUCUMBERS mm Large and Green; each.. 10c and .. * ** BEANS " AM Green or Wax; #•% 2 qts. • ^I k GREEN PEAS 2 qt*. RADISHES Fancy; 2 bunches . GREEN ONIONS 2 bunches . . Soups in Campbell’s; all flavors; ... ■ ^0 Can !•...• ... »:«* •••»«• •••;•!• • •••'■ Lamb Stew Fresh; ]bt •••■•••••• ••*!* • '•!#: • • ■[«:• * • ii ... * FRUITS I i LIMES a - Fancy; J 2 dozen . ^ PEACHES a p Fancy; /Jj Box ...«. WATERMELONS f* * Large; fancy; II11 Each . .. n PINEAPPLES Fancy; Each .. MUSKMELONS Larpre Calif., 2 fnr. Also a ftrtl line berries, Black Huckleberries prices.