Tag: Twelfth Ward Republican Club

  • Arthur Colsey

    Arthur Colsey

    Arthur Colsey, born in Kidderminster, England, in December 1872, embarked on a remarkable journey of public service and professional achievements. After joining his older brothers, John and Thomas, in America, he actively participated in the family’s thriving department store business at 9th and Market Street in Camden. In 1894, Arthur married Lillian Thompson, and their…

  • Twelfth Ward Republican Club

    Twelfth Ward Republican Club

    The Twelfth Ward Republican Club, aka East End Republican Club, has a long and interesting history. Prior to the 1899 merger with Camden, NJ, the town of Stockton, which comprised of what is now known as Cramer Hill and East Camden, had a very active political scene. After the merger, Cramer Hill became Camden’s Eleventh…

  • E. End G.O.P. Auxiliary

    E. End G.O.P. Auxiliary

    Members of the Auxiliary to the East End Republican League who are planning to participate in the group’s trip to New York City on September 4 and 5, have been requested to attend the regular meeting of the organization on Monday night, at the clubhouse, 300 North Twenty-seventh street. Mrs. Mildred Sacco, outing fund chairman,…

  • Camden Clee Vote Called Good Omen

    Camden Courier-Post – February 10, 1938 Driscoll Says It Proves County is Republican If Candidates Are Right The overwhelming vote Camden county gave Senator Lester H, Clee last November proves “beyond a doubt” that Camden county will support Republican candidates “when they are qualified to hold office,” Alfred E. Driscoll, Haddonfield commissioner, declared Tuesday. Addressing…

  • Kobus Made Leader by 12th Ward G.O.P

    Camden Courier-Post – February 3, 1938 Club’s Move Will Settle City and County Priority, Colsey Asserts Recognition of City Commissioner Mary W. Kobus as the Republican leader of Camden city and county was urged by members of the Twelfth Ward Republican Club. A motion calling for the action was introduced by Police Chief Arthur Colsey,…

  • Kobus Leadership Wins New Support

    Camden Courier-Post – February 3, 1938 Westfield Avenue G. O. P. Club Authorizes Recognition by Ward Representatives Authorization to the two Republican county committee members of the Eleventh ward to recognize Commissioner Mary W. Kobus as the leader of the Republican party in the city and county, and endorsement of former Senator Albert S. Woodruff…

  • G. O. P. To Hear Smullen

    Camden Courier-Post – February 1, 1938 Kenneth Smullen, physical director at the Camden Y. M. C. A. will be the guest speaker at the meeting of the Twelfth Ward Republican Club, 2709 Westfield Avenue, tonight. His topic will be “Keeping Fit” and the public is invited to hear the lecture.

  • 12th Ward G.O.P. Backs Selection of Woodruff

    12th Ward G.O.P. Backs Selection of Woodruff

    Camden Courier-Post – January 26, 1938 The Twelfth Ward Republican Club last night passed unanimously a motion to endorse the action of Hanna in advocating election of former Senator Albert S. Woodruff as a member of the Delaware River Joint Commission. The club also passed unanimously a resolution urging Woodruff’s appointment. The motion to endorse…

  • G. O. P. Auxiliary Dates Business Meet, Benefit

    G. O. P. Auxiliary Dates Business Meet, Benefit

    Camden Courier-post – February 8, 1936 The monthly business session of the Auxiliary of the East End Republican Club will be held Monday evening in the headquarters, 300 North Twenty-seventh street. Mrs. Catherine McKeever, president, will be in the chair. Mrs. Helen Wells, chairman of the outing fund committee, has announced an afternoon of games…

  • East End Auxiliary to Meet

    The Ladies Auxiliary to the East End Republican League, 300 North Twenty-seventh Street, will hold its regular business meeting on Monday night. Mrs. Reba Raymore will preside and Mrs. Bertha Clayton, outing fund chairman, will be in charge of social arrangements.

  • G. O. P. Club to Take Outing to Shore

    Camden Courier-Post – June 26, 1933 The Ladies’ Auxiliary to the Twelfth Ward Republican Club will hold its annual outing to Atlantic City tomorrow. Buses will leave the clubhouse, 300 North Twenty-seventh Street, promptly at eight o’clock in the morning.

  • G. O. P. Women to Meet

    Camden Courier-Post – June 10, 1933 The monthly social session of the Women’s Auxiliary of the Twelfth Ward Republican Club will be held on Monday evening at the headquarters, 300 North Twenty-seventh Street. Mrs. Mercy Bolton is arranging a surprise program for the evening. Refreshments will be served.

  • G. O. P. Club Harvest Home

    G. O. P. Club Harvest Home

    Camden Courier-Post – June 8, 1932 The Twelfth Ward Women’s Republican Club will hold a Harvest Home at the Health Center, Thirty-first and Fremont avenue, on Saturday from two until nine o’clock. Members will bring a box supper.