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November 22, 1968

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Plan Installation Of OES Officers The annual installation of officers of Hillsboro Chapter, No. 441, Order of Eastern Star will be held at Masonic Temple, Friday. Nov. 29, at 8 P. M. The installing officers will be Jo Fettro, Past Matron, and Howard Feltro, Past Patron, of Hillsboro chapter. Those assisting with installation are: Installing Marshals, Ruth Wildey, Past Matron, and Charles Wildey, Past Patron; installing organist, Jenniebelle Richards, Past Matron; installing chaplain, William Faul, Past Patron; installing conductress, Shirley Faul, Past Matron; installing warder, Juel Fling, Past Matron; installing sentinel, William Fling, Past Patron; inviting Marshal, Seren C. Marsh, and soloist, Sherry Bureke. The following officers will be installed: Worthy Matron, Pauline Marsh; Worthy Patron, Donald Marsh; Associate Matron, Judy Franklin; Associate Patron, John Franklin; secretary, Mabel Buntain; treasurer, Myrtle Brown; conductress, Patricia Jenkins; associate conductress, Edith Franklin; chaplain, Richard Wagner; marshal, Howard Franklin; organist, Margaret Satterfield; Adah, Louise Hapner; Ruth, Betty Wagner; Esther, Suzanne Hapner; Martha, Marilyn Pence; Electa, Donna Marconette; warder, Jane Conley, and sentinel, Denver Conley. * * » Thomas 0. Riley and Fred Riley had as a week-end guest their brother, William 0. Riley, Dayton. The most important insurance question: "How many companies do you represent?" If your insurance f»*a answers^ "Just one,* ·low down.- We're indfr pendent agents and represent several reliable companies. Stands_ to reason w* can give you better service) L. W. Hilliard Ins. Agency L. W. "Dutch" Milliard Eugene Heskett TOO S. High St. -- Hillsboro Women's Circle Meet at Restaurant The Women's Circle of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints of Sinking Spring met at the Gov. Byrd Restaurant Monday, Nov. 11, at 7:30 P. M. with Miss Hazel Puckett as hostess. Opening song "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come." Prayer by Mrs. Nina Simmons. Mrs. Viola Riley presented the evening devotion with the reading of the scripture, 95th Psalm. Readings, "Dependency" and a "Prayer of Thought" were given. Mrs. Nina Crum taught the remaining chapters of I Samuel. T h e president, Mrs. Phyllis Crum, conducted business meeting with 18 members responding to roll call which was answered by a scripture verse and a poem. It was motioned and seconded to buy and sell dish cloths. The silent auction was held which amounted to $20.15. All business taken care of the meeting was adjourned. Closing song "My Country Tis of Thee," followed by prayer. Next meeting to be held at Mrs. Fred Rhoads', Dec. 2 at 7:30 P. M. A potluck supper was served by the group. * * * Young Adult Class Holds Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edwards were hosts to the regular meeting of Young Adult Class of United Methodist Church, Sunday evening, Nov. 17, at their home on South High St. John Dodds, president, called the meeting to order and asked Rev. Arthur Tucker to give the opening prayer. Twenty-four members responded to roll call. The group discussed the Christmas meeting which will be held at the church, Dec. 15. An inspirational program for the families "is planned. Rev. Tucker was in charge of the program. He played a tape recorded speech by Gert Bahannah in which she related the experiences of her life, before and after her encounter with God. This dramatic talk made the group realize the great necessity for a Christian witness in the world. During the social hour the hosts, assisted by Mrs. Gerald Klobusnik, invited their guests to the buffet, charmingly decorated in keeping with the Thanksgiving season, for the serving of a delicious dessert course. -£ :£ if Mrs. Bennett Hostess Mrs. Fred Bennett was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening, Nov. 14, at her home on East Beech St. Miss Opal Murphy was a guest for the session. Mrs. Bennett served a delicious dessert course to her guests, seated at the small tables. At the conclusion of the two tables of progressive play, winners were Miss Clara McMeekin, Miss Mabel Murphy and Mrs. Clement Harshbarger. Wamsley-Marconetfe Circle in Session Wamsley-Marconette Circle of Hillsboro United Methodist Church met Thursday afternoon, Nov. 14, at the home of Mrs. Clarence Humphreys on Greystone Drive. Mrs. L. Earl Burton assisted Mrs. Humphreys with hostess duties. The hostesses served their guests gingerbread topped with whipped cream and apricots, nuts, mints, coffee and tea prior to the meeting. Mrs. Clarence Wamsley, chairman, presided at the business session which she called to order with prayer and a poem "No Time." Seventeen members a n d two guests, Mrs. M. T. Meyers and Mrs. William Robinson, were present. Mrs. Ferris Hughes .and Miss Louise Head will serve as hostesses for the Christmas meeting of the three afternoon circles. Mrs. Russell Marconette introduced Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Burton who presented the program and devotions. Mrs. Burton read the 128th Psalm and an article, "The Home of the'Son of God," followed by prayer. For the program Mrs. Hughes chose the theme, "Prayer in the Home." She used as reference a book by Donald E. Demaray. The most important time of religious training is the pre-school age. In a religious home, where daily prayer and devotions are practiced, the code of life in future years is molded, Mr. Demaray stressed the need of each child having his j own Bible, stating that the age of I three is not too young. Mrs. Hughes told of several different types of family devotions and prayers. Perhaps the most important thing that a parent can do is pray for their children. Mrs. Ralph Postle read "Lines from a Layman" by J. C. Penney, which pointed out the importance | of early religious training in the j life of this successful businessman. Mrs. Marconette chose excerpts from "Beyond the Church Walls," an article that had appeared in The Methodist Woman. This stressed the necessity of the church to go beyond its walls in meeting the needs of the people. .The impressive program concluded with Mrs. Humphreys playing several favorite selections on the organ. Members were reminded of the General WSCS 1 o'clock luncheon meeting at the church Nov. 21. * * « Club to Meet The Hillsboro Garden Club will meet Nov. 26 at 7:30 P. M., at the Columbus Southern Ohio Electric Co. building with Mrs. Clarence Vance, Mrs. John McConnaughey and Mrs. Harry Young as hostesses. * * · Virginia McConnaughey and Sandra and Nikki called on Lizzie Pegan and Zelpha Mann, Saturday. ^Social Events IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIII"" "" "··I'lMfmilliMIIHIMIIIIIMII | Sugartree Ridge i WSCS in Session The WSCS of the United Methodist Church of Sugartree Ridge met Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 13, at the home of Mrs. Merrill Little. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Bill McAfee. Mrs. Bill Anderson was program chairman. The program consisted of the following: Responsive reading of scripture, followed by sentence prayer of Thanksgiving by each one present; song "America"; readings by Mrs. Emery Costello, Mrs. Harry Shiver and Mrs. Bill McAfee; song, "America the Beautiful"; closed by all praying the Lord's prayer. Mrs. Isla Ferguson gave treasurer's report. Cards were signed for the sick. There were 12 members and one visitor present. The next meeting will be a covered dish lunch at 12:45 P. M., Dec. 11 at the home of Mrs. Vernon Paynter. Each one is to bring a homemade gift for exchange. Honor Veteran A l i i ' ' ' · dinner w a s held Sunday. .\o. r, a t th c horng of Mr. and Mrs u,car Stratton and Shir- Icy, ( ' i i i ' i ! aiid Ronald. The occasion u;i, I , , ) 1()nor of A1C Stephen Gragjj, honic on leave from Vietnam. i , ' i - ; s arrived with well filled ba-1., , j ()r the bountiful dinner. Those present were Walter Grag« at;,! Rickey, Douglas and Charle\. Seaman; Mr. and Mrs. William \. Gragg and Beverley, Winkle: Mr. and Mrs. Herman McDaim'ls and Christine and Mr. and .Mrs c a rl Greene, Greenfield: Mrs. Charlotte Griffith and Debbie, Mickey and Junior, Dayton; Mr. and Mrs William James Gragg and .Jell and Jimmey, Danville; Mr. ami Mrs. Eldon Gragg and David, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stratton and Orley Gragg, all of Hillsboro; the guest of honor, AlC Stephen Gragg, and the hosts. r * * Mrs. Doris Hill and Linda and Tammy visited Sunday with Miss Connie Hill at Ohio State University, Columbus. Gotherman-Furbee Circle Entertained Mrs. Kenneth Rudy welcomed members of Gotherman-Furbee Circle of Hillsboro United Methodist Church to her lovely country ! home, Tuesday evening, Nov. 12. 1 Mrs. Rudy was assisted with hostess honors by Mrs. Lester Wallis. Prior to the meeting the hostesses served their guests a delicious dessert course. Mrs. Marvin Gotherman, chair- i man, presided at the business session. Mrs. W. L. Watson was in charge of the devotional period. She called upon Mrs. Gotherman who read "The First Thanksgiv- ! ing'' by Russell Hoy. Devotions j were concluded with prayer. i During the business meeting 12 members responded to roll call. Ten sick calls were reported for ! the month. The group voted to re- I imburse Mo-Ser-Gi Class for the · advertisement of circle meetings j which appear in the church calendar. Mrs. Olin Stahl was in charge of the program. She read an* article from Together magazine entitled, "Many Kinds of Churches." Mrs. Stahl discussed f i v e different churches, located in cities through- From the Leader in RELIABILITY and QUALITY ONLY COLOR TV 349 $ 95 18-INCH PORTABLE SMALLER COLOR TV PORTABLES START AS LOW AS Insist on a 3-year tube warranty when you buy a color set Statistical information proves more replacements of color tabes are made during the 3rd year than the 1st and 2nd years combined. 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The churches included two Methodist, Lutheran, Catholic and United ; Presbyterian. ! Next meeting will be joint pot! luck supper with McConnaughey- i Griffith Circle, to be held at the White House Nursing Home. Mrs. Gotherman, Mrs. Howard Furbee and Mrs. Raymond Shaffer will serve as hostesses for this meel- -ing. Has Bridge Club Mrs. Charles Williamson welcomed members of her bridge club to her home in Samantha, Tuesday i evening, Nov. 19, for the regular j session. Mrs. C. J. Morris and Miss Carol Dickerson were guests. Mrs. Williamson served a delicious dessert course to her guests, seated at the small tables, prior to the rounds of play. Scores were totaled at the con- i elusion of the two tables of pro- i gressive bridge and winners were j Mrs. Morris, Miss Diekcrson and j Mrs. C. R. Dickerson. Miss Dicker; ! son also won traveling prize. : * ¥ * Fred M. Riley has returned home after a few days' visit with relatives in Dayton. STORE HOURS: THE PRESS-GAZETTE '9 HILLSBORO. OHIO Friday, Nov. 22, 1968 Bridge Club Meets Mrs. John Grouse was hostess to her bridge club, Thursday evening, Nov. H. at her home on West Walnut St. Guests of the club were Mrs. Ralph Williams and Mrs. William Graves. j Mrs. Robert Newby and Mrs. j Williams captured scoring awards [ at the conclusion of the two table rounds of bridge. Mrs. Newby was also awarded traveling prize. Following t h e games, Mrs. Grouse invited her guests to the dining room where they were seated at the prettily appointed table, centered with a lovely floral arrangement and lighted tapers, for the serving of a delicious dessert course. Miss Sue Wolfer, student at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Ky., visited over the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wolfer, and Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fenner and Ben arid Scott were Saturday evening supper guests of Mrs. Doris Hill and Linda and Tammy. MON., TUES., THURS., FRI. 9 A. M. - 5 P. M. 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