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4 THE PRESS-GAZETTE HILLSBOHO, OHIO Friday, July 30, 1954 Ely Reunion Held On Sunday, July 25 The country home of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Ely and family of Hillsboro Rt 1, was the scene of the 33rd annual Ely reunion, July 25, when 61 descendants of the late Charles F. Ely gathered for the family occasion. All arrived with well filled baskets and enjoyed a bountiful dinner. The day was spent in renewing old friendships and games. Those attending were Mr, and Mrs- Frank L. Snodgrass and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Rhodiger and children of Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gasfcms and children^ Fred Weller of Sabina, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coonier, Mrs. Frieda Hafer and children of Columbus, Mr, and Mrs, Parrell Davis and children of Bainbridge. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Ely and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Althouse,- Mr. and Mrs. William Ely and children, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ely and children, Mr. Pearl Ely and son, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ely and children, Mr. and Mrs. \Villiam Lawrie, Mrs. Isabel MeMurry and children all of Greenfield. Visitors were Carl Adkins, John Griibbs of Greenfield, Shirley Jones of Btanehester, and Jack Bennlngton of HHlsboro. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cochran and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hopkins, of Wilmington, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. B. Hunter and Mrs. Ellis Moorhead. Junior House fashions are advertised in Vogue and Harper's Bazaar Casual dash and clean tailoring of this sporting two-piece ensemble mark it unmistakably Junior House! Wool kasha shirt with your pet convertible neckline -- and paisley scarf for extra flair -- is planned to pair with the easygoing flecked wool tweed skirt belted smardy in genuine saddle leather with brass fleurs-de-lys. In luscious pink or golden combinations. Sizes 7 to 15, MILLER'S Next to Post Office Cluxton-Young Vows Exchanged Miss Shirley Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Young, of New Vienna, and-Mr. Dean Cluxton, son of Mrs. Minnie Cluxton, also of New Vienna, were married in New Vienna Church of Christ, Saturday at 4 P. M. The bridegroom's brother. Rev. Dale Cluxton, officiated at the simple but .impressive service, which was witnessed Jy the immediate families. The bride chose a ballerina- length gown of white net over satin for her exchange oÂ£ vows. She wore a long veil which fell from a becoming headdress, and a corsage of pink and white roses. Miss Janet Snell, who was the bride's only attendant, was gowned in a pink ballerina-length dress and wore a similar corsage. Â· Mr. James Snyder performed the duties of best man. Among those attending the wedding were Mr, and Mrs. Wendell Cluxton of Hillsboro, * * * Presby-Weds Enjoy Roadside Park Picnic The members of the Presby- Weds of the Hillsboro Presbyterian Church School and their families enjoyed a delightful picnic at the roadside park on Route 62 north of Uwn, Tuesday evening. A delicious picnic supper was served to 25 guests at the beginning of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Hammond were guests for the evening. Following the supper a short business session was conducted by the president, Mrs. E, L. Hodson, Plans were completed for the ice cream social which will be beid Saturday, July 31, on lawn of the church. Tickets will be 25c. Coffee will be 10 cents extra. Serving will be from five until 9 P, M. ft H, 4 Community Picnic Is Held at Clear Creek The seventh Clear Creek community picnic and school reunion will be held Sunday, August 8, at the State Park on Rt. 62, north of Hillsboro. All present and former residents, pupils and teachers of the Clear Creek school are invited to attend. In case of inclement weather the picnic reunion will be held at the Modern Woodman Hall in Hillsboro. Coffee and iced tea will be served by the committee. Dinner will be at 12:30 P. M., followed by a short business session. Bring own table service and well filled baskets. # * * Mrs. Johnson Hostess At Duplicate Bridge Mr. F. A. Johnson, Jr., entertained the members of his duplicate bridge club at his home on East Walnut Street, Saturday evening. Following a pleasant evening of bridge the scores were tallied and the winners for the evening were: Curtis Wilson, Mrs. Roger Griffith and Mr. and Mrs, W. E. McCann. Guests of the club for the evening -were Dr. and Mrs. Glendon Parry of Hillsboro and Mrs.-Arnold Ulrich of Plainfield, N. J. The members and guests enjoyed a delicious buffet supper served at the conclusion of the evening. Social Events Winning sportswear for your gayest moods . . . fresh from regular stock! Marked down to buy-severo! prices in time for plenty of summer. Your favorite shorts, shirts, jackets, skirts. Some one-of-a-kind, so Adams-Burdette Reunion Is Held Seventy five relatives and friends gathered at the lovely country home of Mr. and Mrs. James Adams and Joe Sunday, July 25 at Buford.' A bounteous dinner was served at the noon hour cafeteria style, to the following guests: Mr, and Mrs. Henry Sanabria and daughters, DeOca and Delia, of the Bronx, N, Y. T Bradley Burdette and daughter, Oneida of Renfro Valley. Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Owens, Mr. and Mrs. William Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Garrison and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Owens and sons, Phillip and Norman of Paris, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Baber and Peggy and Freddie, of Indian Fields, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor and son-, Ronnie of Carlisle. Ky. Mrs. Susan Cummins and Mrs. Ann White of Middletown, Ja., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Meddings and children. Jenny, Audrey and David, of Sharonville, Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper and sons, Michael, Bobby and Stephen, of Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Adams and children, Mike and Bonnie, of Milford, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hamilton of New Market, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Adams and children of Fayetteville, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Adarns and daughters of Sabina, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wiley and sons, Keith and Kirk, of Newport, Ky,, Bobby Jean Glover, Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crawford, Muriel Ludwick, Lola Ruble, Mrs. Lueinda Ruble, Jlr, and Mn. Luther Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Berry and son, Patrick, of Buford. A very happy day was spent together renewing old acquaintances and meeting new friends. * * * Belfast MYF Meets At Home of Behms The July 25 meeting of the Belfast MYF was held at the home of Richard and Jerry Behm, with 15 member^ present. The meeting was called to order by the president, James Frazer, and was turned over to worship leader, Elizabeth McKenzie. Opening song was I- The Old Rugged Cross." A reading, "Religious Liberty for the World," by Elizabeth McKenzie followed. The topic for the meeting was religious liberty for the world by Joe Phil West. Two other readings by Charles Craycraft and Charles West followed. Another song "Onward Christian Soldiers" was sung. The meeting was adjourned and delightful refreshments and games followed. The next meeting will be a potluck picnic at Fort Hill, August 22. Â·* m -t Birthday Dinner Held Mrs. Cora Sellman entertained Sunday at dinner the following, in honor of her daughter, Blanche Tener; son, Milton Sellman; grandson, James Tener, whose birthdays are in July: Mr. and Mrs, Robert McKeever and family of Jeffersonville, Harley McKeever and son, Junior, of Washington C. H., David McKeever of Waynesville, Mr. and Mrs. James Maxwell and family, of Belfast. Mr. and Mrs. James R Tener and family of Hillsboro, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sellman and family and Clyde Reffitt. They were entertained in the afternoon with music and singing by Harley and Junior McKeever of Washington C. H. * * * Rev. and Mrs. John L. Montgomery of Greenfield, Homer Montgomery of Cranford, N. J., and Mrs. Floyd Sams were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spicer. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Art Lyons and daughter, Teresa Elaine, of Dayton spent the week-end with relatives in Hillsboro. * , ! Â· * Mrs. Jack Bates of Cincinnati is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. T, C. Duncanson. Dolphin Reunion Held at Wilmington The Dolphin reunion was held Sunday, July 25, at Denver Memorial Park, Wilmington, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Dolphin and children, Jackie and Mickie, who are visiting here from San Diego, Calif. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Krell Dolphin and children, Gail, Deneise and Douglas, of Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dolphin and daughter, Dawn, of Wilmington, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davidson and son. Wayne of New Vienna. Mr. and Mrs. Clete Dolphin of Hillsboro, Foster Vance, Wilmington, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Bahns and Tim and Barry of Xenia, Mr. and Mrs. -Richard Dolphin and sons, Kenny and Bobby, Washington C. H., Mr, and Mrs. Paul Dolphin and Pat of Wilmington, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Craig and Cindy, Charlotte and John, Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Dolphin and Jackie, and Mickie of San Diego, Calif. * * * Farm Council Meets At Barnes Home The New Market No. 1 Farm Council met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes, July 16. The meeting was called to order by the chairman, Wilfred Faul. New song books were initiated by singing several selections. The minutes were read and approved. Roll call was answered by 19 members. The meeting was turned over to the discussion leader, Fay Cornelius. The topic was "How Shall We Pay for Government." The stunt Fay Cornelius had for recreation was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The meeting was adjourned. During the social hour that followed, delicious refreshments of ice cream, cake, iced tea, candy and nuts were served by the hostess. The August meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs, Clement Vance. If * * Children's Party Held Mrs. James ' Hunt entertained with a lovely children's party at her home on. West Walnut Street, Friday afternoon. The party was given in honor of the sixth birthday of her son, Johnnie. Following a merry session oÂ£ games and contests prizes were awarded to: Connie Sheeley, Jane Henry, Tommy Copeland and How- ard.McCarty. Johnnie then opened his gifts and graciously thanked his friends. Delicious refreshments of ice cream and cake were served at the conclusion of the afternoon. Favors and balloons were given to each little guest. Those present were: Kathy Rhude, Connie Sheeley, Jane Henry, Tommie Copeland, Jeannie Little, Tommy Pulse, Dickie Holiday, Kenny Lindsay, Rickie Lindsay and Howard McCarty. * * * Mrs. Hunter Hostess Mrs. Margaret Hunter entertained the members of her bridge club at her home on West South Street, Tuesday evening. Following an interesting bridge session the scores were tallied and the winners for the evening included: Mrs. G. B. Lovett, Mrs. Elsie Chaney and Mrs. Karl Doe- be! e. The hostess served a delicious salad course at the conclusion of the evening. * * * Mr. and Mrs, Fred R. Keeler returned Tuesday from Ft. Collins, Colo., where Mr. Keeler attended Colorado A M College. Misses Alice and Kathleen Haley joined them on a trip to Yellowstone and through the southwestern states. Â± * * Mrs. Fay Eubanks returned home Sunday after spending the past month with Cpl. and Mrs. David Thompson, and daughter, Denece, in Washington, D. C. * * * ELMER HEDGES has linoleum asphalt tile by the foot or installed. Venetian Blinds.--Phone 231. pgtf WCTU Meeting Held With Mrs. Sauner Â· The regular monthly meeting of the Mother Thompson W. C. T. U. was held at the" home of Mrs. Stella Sauner on North High Street. Monday, July 26. The meeting was opened w'th prayer by Mrs. Harry Alspach. The members then sang America. During the business session, conducted by the president, Mrs. Sauner, roll call was answered by fifteen members. The following officers were elected for the coming year: president, "Mrs. Stella Sauner; vice president, Mrs. Rachel Vance; secretary. Eunice Reed, and treas- urfcr, Mattie Mackey. Following the business session, several interesting readings were given. The members sang another hymn, and prayer was given by Mrs. Moon. The meeting was closed with the benediction. A bountiful picnic supper was served from tables on the shady lawn during the social hour. The next meeting will be Monday, August 30. The hostess will be Mrs. Laura Muntz. The leader will be Miss Mary Barrere. t * * Surprise Party Held FOF Mrs. C. W. Tener The children and grandchildren of Mrs. C. W. Tener entertained with a surprise birthday dinner at Fort Hill State Park, Sunday, July 25. The dinner was in honor of her 80th birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sommers and Jo Ann, of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs, Claude Coulter, of Washington C, H.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindsey of Hillsboro; Mr. and Mrs. Tener Douglas, Roger McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tener, Martha Lee and Elizabeth of Peebles, Mrs. Tener received a shower of cards from relatives and friends. Â» Â·? * Teen-age Party Held Among those from Hillsboro attending the swim and dance party at Snow HUl Country Club, Friday evening were Sally Mock, Mike Willson, Patty Pence. Tom Mallory, Judith Briggs, Tommy Wilkin. Wynette Wisby, Butch Nicely, Linda Hiestand, David Mallory, EmiJie Hiestand, Danny Lucas, Ellen Evans, Tom Hummel, Madeleine Pence, Jerry Worley, Ann Hill, Dick Stanforth and Alicia Billiard. Miss Hilliard and Miss Hill were members of the committee in charge of the party. Dicky Swisshelm Is Host to Young Friends Dicky Swisshelm entertained a group of his friends at his home on the Greenfield Pike Saturday evening. Thirty-two guests enjoyed a pleasant evening of square dancing on the lawn. The dances were called by Mr, Richard Pyle of Clarks- viUe. Prizes were awarded to the eight young people who mado up the best sqaare. The judges for the evening were Mr. George Miller and Philip Hughes of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson of Oxford. Following the square dancing, partners .were drawn and delicious box lunches were presented to the young couples. The boxes were gaily decorated. The box containing the lucky prize was received by Miss Libby Crossen and Harry Fettro. * * * Oak Twig to Meet The Oak Twig of the woman's auxiliary of the Highlands Community Hospital will meet Monday, Aug. 2, at 8 P. M., at the Bel- last School. Â· Â» * Ifrs. Michael Feibel and David and Miss Loretta Bond have returned home after spending the past week in Washington. D. C. AGAIN -Thanks so much for your many kindnesses during my hospitalization and convalescence. --OPEN FOR FULL TIME APPOINTMENTS-Lola's Hair Styling Salon 131 E. Beech Si. 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