Harvest home

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Harvest home - down and disclosed the hiding place of the...
down and disclosed the hiding place of the ring. HUNGRY ONES III HARVESTHOME RUSH ' The big party of local folk who went to the harvest home at Clarksburg last night had intended stopping off at the Colts Neck festival on their return return for a littlo after-feed, after-feed, after-feed, but all the Colts Neck people saw of them was a cloud of dust as they passed thru the village. They had partaken so freely of the abundance of good things pro- pro- citled at Clarksburg that they had not the slightest desire to even look at other viands. Several hundred persons were fed at Clarksburg, meals being served until a late hour. Asbury Parkers who motored motored to the village adopted a clever ruse to get a table early. Kumor has it that they were aided and abetted in their nefarious scheme by a relative of Clark W. Clayton of "hustler" fame, The entire party rushed thru an unprotected unprotected section of the fenco sur rounding the eating place, and took possession of a table and remained there until they were served, despite a general protest. Ahiong the local autoists who took parties to the harvest home were Com rnissioner Howard D. LeRoy (whose wife is in California), Dr. Willam I Thompson, Theodore Cook, Samuel A. Reeves, Horace Fisher and Mr. Clay ton. $30,000 To Loan Asbury Park Building & Loan Ass'n in 25 by Hall's know. location says never the out, About the known The squan Edgar wher The only culvert Charles awav The bodly. is torn that breeze followed Tour to vou. when nrnner entiflc lenses sale of gress. bareains nishings Phil burv

Clipped from Asbury Park Press05 Aug 1915, ThuPage 1

Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey)05 Aug 1915, ThuPage 1
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