Newspaper Article from 100 Years ago: March 5, 1915
Interesting Items Picked Up in the Borough about People You Know
The “D.S.C” held their regular meeting Tuesday Night.
Miss Richardson of Philadelphia is the guest of the Misses Rich.
Have you noticed the “Sparkler” on the left hand of one of our young ladies?
Mayor E.C. Kramer is on the sick list and is confined to his house with a severe cold
Mr. Samuel Tollins, foreman for the Edmund C. Kramer Company, who has been ill for several days, is much improved.
George Taylor has been on the sick list for several days. He is reported as being considerably better and will soon return to work.
Mrs. J.T. Leal and Mrs. G. Green attended the dance Thursday evening and declared they had a royal good time.
The Fire Company will hold a special meeting on Monday, March 8, when the new by-laws will be accepted in the book form, and the matter of relief and incorporation will be taken up.
The old saying “love is blind” must be true, for a certain young man waited for his lady love from four until six only to find that she had passed one hour before six.
Mrs. James T. Leal, of West Philadelphia, is occupying her Bungalow on Dupontavenue and has her guests Mrs. George Green and her son, also of West Philadelphia.
Evangelist Edgar C. Carne, of Nyack, N.Y. had charge of the services in the Union Church Sunday evening. His many admirers regret he will not be able to be among us again for some time.
Roy Lemmon, who has been on the sick list, is much better. Gorge Lemmon, a brother of Roy Lemmon of this town, was painfully injured a few days ago by being struck by a trolley car while crossing a street in Camden.
The Literary Society will hold their regular meeting in the Union Church basement on Tuesday evening. A very interesting program has been prepared and all are invited to attend especially the councilmen of the borough as there will be something that ought to interest them.
A dance at the Sheridan on Thursday night there was a larger attendance than at any yet held. Elaborate arrangements have been made by the entertainment committee of the Fire Company for an old fashoned barn dance for tomorrow (Saturday) night.