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. .I'.IJAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1933, THE COSHOCTON TRIBUNE PAGE FIV1 PASK Program -- T O N I G H T -Lake Park Players Present HUSBAND HUNTERS Farce Comedy PHONE 1798-F1 FOR SEATS Whitens; "A Kindly Smile," Mrs. Clyde Voshall; "A Kindly Word." Mrs. Everett Smith; "A Kindly Deed," Mrs. Thompson; "Let Us Be j Glad." Mrs. William Bontrager. Nineteen members responded to roll call with quotations on "Thankfulness." The following officers R U R A L C H . U R C H E S ST. PAUL'S IAITHERAN Rev. II. C. TerVehn, pastor Sunday school at 9:30. Herman I man, Gladys Hamilton, Nona Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McCurdy, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Rodhe, Mr. nnd Mrs. , Roy Neldon, Mr. and Mrs. Russell ' Cunningham. Mrs. Gladys Ramsey. [ Mrs. Rosa Cunningham, Bernice | Easter, John Shepard, Mildred ! Ramsey, Corbet Miller. Mildred Her- ' Local Stage-Screen Ily HAL JKNIUVS ,- Park p l a y , " H u s b a n d H u n t ITS." is all comedy. were elected for the coming year: i Sandel, supt. Morning service a t ' ningham, Theodore Herman. Mary I "*· . 1! ' l nas a sel '' OUH m o m i - n t y o u r o h r o n i i ' l e r . without president. Mrs. J. T. Thompson; i 10:30. Sermon, "Where Are the j Edith Cunningham, R.oyce Sprouli, Setting: a p r e c e d e n t , was (.'nutfht. n a p p i n g . Every rolo is West; | Nine?" The Ladies Aid and Mis-1 Don Lease. Lola Cunningham, Paul i a comedy role, every scene is b u i l t feu- a l a u g h . There is vice-president, Mrs. Robert secretary, Mrs. Charles Gartside; j sionary society will meet at the j Rodhe, Ruby Sprouli, Arthur N e l d - j e v e n a bit of slapstick. --S A T U R D A Y-Dance -- Hod Williams S U N D A Y R-eqnest Engagement , Orie Baumann QOCIETY OgNEWS ; Seventy-five members of the Carey Missionary society of the Presbyterian church enjoyed a-picnic Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. H. A. Scott, 405 South Fourth st. Mrs. James Glenn, Jr., had charge of the music. Miss Delia Leech led the devotionals. A playlet, "Black and white and Read All Over," was presented, Introducing the missionary magazine to be studied this year. Miss Carrie Elliott was leader for the evening. The following committee had charge: Mrs. G. C. Musgrove, chairman; Mrs. John Ricketts, Mrs. treasurer, Mrs. William Bontrager. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. McKee, Sr.. 1506 East Walnut st., had as their guests Wednesday the following: Mrs. C. H. McCleary, Mrs. Pugh and daughter, Mildred, Mrs. C. Arthur McCleary and children, Rudy and Anne, Columbus and Mrs. C. R. YinglLng, Newcomerstown. home of G. T. Vinsel Wednesday j on, Raymond Cunningham, James afternoon. j Ramsey. Vernal Neldon. Dorothy Jean Sharpies, Wilma McCurdy, Lois Ramsey, Eileen Rodhe. Norma Cunningham, Alice Ramsey, Helen McCurdy, Gladys Darr. Ruth Lease, i ncss of "Hired Husbands," ZIOV REFORMED New Bedford Rev. A. J. Levenrood, pastor Despite u n f a v o r a b l e w e a t h e r a large a u d i e n c e was present last, evening- for the o p e n i n g - p e r f o r m a n c e . "Hus- b a n d H u n t e r s " p l a y s t h r u S u n d a y , The play doesn't boast the smart-W prev- , . , Sunday school at 9:30. A study JMary Sharpies, Mareella nnd Jim- 1 ious - Pnrk comedy hit. It Is good old of the book of Romans will begin , j or Lease, Roland Lease. Russell elementary comedy, and you .should at the mornin Evening service "The N-RA and service at 10:30. sharpies, Howard Darr, at the 7:30. Theme, Mark of the Harold Welker, Plainfield, will I Beast." This will be the first of Ramsey, Blake Silverthorn* 1 Robert Sharpies. Cecil and Bet/ at ' ertst b e vulgar. laughs. couple of those c don't Jenkins) "abdominal" leave Saturday for Athens, where he will enroll as a Ohio university. freshman at two sermons on the NRA. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Cunningham and daughter, Mary Edith, Tunnel Hill, had as their recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hecker, John Herman, Clarence Hecker and Theodore Herman of near Keene. The Volunteer Gleaners class of the First Baptist church held its September meeting with Mrs. John Senter, Route 6, with Mrs. Clyde Williamson assistant hostess. Refreshments -were served to the following: Mrs. Howard Fletcher, a guest; Mrs. George Bolen, Mrs. Royden Walker. Mrs. Franklin Porter, Mrs. John Fretague, Mrs. Clarence Cramblett, Mrs. J. O. White. Mrs. Hazel Gifford, Mrs. Pearl Aronhalt, Mrs. Warner Hamilton, Misses Orrel Cochran, Helen and Mary Askrens and the hostesses. WEST BEDFORD M. E. CHARGE Rev. R. J. Goodhart, pastor There will be no preaching in this charge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Addy, Plain- : AU Ulree nots are !aid '" tlu% field, entertained the Epworth · rooms of Norman plck.-tt, n young League members at their home I m a n suffering from a jumpy ht-nri 1 who is about to inherit n deceased | uncle's estate providing he marries i a certain Gloria Valentine. He is Mrs. W. H. Slaughter and Mrs. Clay Miller entertained with a bridge-luncheon Thursday after- Reid Wilkin, Mrs. L. M. Anderson, Mrs. E. A. Crawford, Mrs. R. N. Barnes, Mrs. Lloyd Leech, Mrs. A. O. Hale, Mrs. C. B. Hunt and Mrs. William Young. The marriage of Miss Genevleve Stoops and Wilbur O. Dickey, both of Dresden, took place at the Market st. Baptist church, Zanesville, Tuesday afternoon in the presence of members of the immediate families. Rev. A. Stokes Watson, pastor, officiated. Mrs. Ivan Loos, Oak av., entertained District 2 of the United Brethren church Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Ralph Baumgardner assistant hostess. Mrs. j. T. Thompson led the devotionals and prayer, using as her theme "Kindness." The following poems were given: "Best Memory system," airs. Anna COOPER'S Phone 93 POST BRAN 9c SEALING WAX, 2 pkgTS. 9c OLEO, 1 Ib 9c Gold Dust Cleanser, 2 cans 9c Agro Corn Starch, 1 Ib. bx 9c CANDY BARS, 2 for 9c Bluebird Tablets, Ig-. size 9c Exclusive Agents for Crazy Water Crystals PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST Route 6 Rev. J. O. White, pastor ' Sunday school at 10. J. C. Passmore, supt. Worship at 11. Sermon theme, "Watch Your Step." Special music. Wednesday evening. After the regular business meeting games were i enjoyed. ! Refreshments were served to the j under the watchful eye of "Dr." Guy ! following: Helen Gnumer, Matilda | Astor. The role of Pickett is, curried | Jane Duling, Jean Lapp, Elizabeth j bv Clyde M. Wnddell. McCune, Esqueline Powelson, Vera Gaumer, Lucy Mulford, Byron Woodward, John Baird, Welker. Eldred Roahrig, WARSAW By MKS. CAIU/TON FOSTER Telephone Xo. 161-F-3. News items and classified ads for The Tribune miiy be left \\Hh or telephoned to Mrs. Foster in Warsaw or may be left at Martin's drug- store. MT. ZION COMMUNITY CHURCH Route 4 Rev. J. O. \Vhite In charge Sunday school at 2. Mrs. Charles i McCo y Mrs - Llovci Harold Delbert Ross, Elmer Lusk, Evart Welker, Gerald Roahrig, Wayne Duling. Francis Welker. Mrs. Harold Um- i Mott, Mrs. Zack Baker, Mrs. W. C. | Miss i Aronhalt, supt. Worship at 3. Sermon by Rev. Ira Cooper, Warsaw. WARSAW PRESBYTERIAX Rev. D. George Davidson, minister. Sunday aschool at 9:30. Morning -worship at 10:30. Evening worship at 8. I Sidna Roahrig, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ' Addy. Honoring Mrs. George E. Stover on her birthday anniversary, a surprise party was held at her 'home in Warsaw. Refreshments were MTLLFORK BAPTIST R«v. George W. Boyd, pastor Sunday school, 1 p. m. Mrs. George Norris. supt. Public worship, 2 p. m. Preaching by the pastor. "Lawyer" R i c h a r d Ward Tompklns makes the mistake of advertising for Gloria Valentine and in march three of them, Corrine MeDonald. A u d - rey Richer! and Kathryn Pierce, each claiming the distinction of being mentioned in the will. Dude Arthur has a "Toby" comedy role, a boot janitoi'. Billy Kent, the company's now juvenile, makes his first appearance hick deiective, complete to hat and stogie. as a derbv PERRY CHAPEL Rev. George W. Boyd, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Mrs. Emma Mizer, supt. PLAIKFIELD M. P. Rev. George W. Beck, pastor Sunday school, 9:30. Mrs. James Ruby, supt. Evening worship. 8 p. m. Theme: "The Vision Supreme." PLATNFIELD M. E. George Ixsie Davis, D. D., pastor. Sunday schoo, 9:30. Lester Roahrig, supt. Epworth League at 7. Mrs. Ralph Addy, president. Tenn., house guest of Mrs. James j Preston, South Fourth st. I Six tables were in play during the j afternoon, with Mrs. John Gleason holding high score at the conclusion of the game. Mrs. Haynes received a guest favor. The marriage of Miss Sarah Louise Stiteler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Stiteler, 507 North Eighth St., and Asa Lloyd Shaffer, Route 5, was solemnized Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Zanesville, with Rev. A. Stokes Watson, pastor of the Market st. Baptist church, officiating. The newlyweds will live in Tyndal. Mr. Watson is employed at Schlegel's used furniture store, 115 North Second st. Edwin Stone, who is stationed at the Civilian Conservation corps camp at Marion, Ind., arrived Thursday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Abbie Stone, Chestnut st. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hershman, 906 Main st., entertained with a party Monday evening, honoring -heir daughter, Marie, on her birthday anniversary. Games and danc- ng were enjoyed, after which refreshments were served to the folowing: Marie Hershman, the guest of honor; Rita McDevitt, Dorothy and Mary Kathryn Weaver, Mary | Gladys Henne, Lucille Fox, Marjorie Williams, Alice Elder, Marjorie Williamson. Mrs. John Crov Mr, Wiggins, and the Messrs. Junior i Emmanuel Lint and Gutting, Paul Bontley, John Bales, | Gretchen Wars-w I William Gill, Junior Williams, Paul ' ant sons, Ralph and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Hagans and daughters, Esther and Grace Leora, Mohawk; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond' Carpenter and daughters, H. D. VanKannel. Mr. and Mrs. Louis swaggard, M. A. VanKannel. Mrs. Florence Akin, Miss Nellie VanKannel, Mrs. Anna Bucklew, Miss Adelaide Akin, the Messrs. Kenneth VanKannel, Robert and Elmore Akin. Geox-ge E. Stover and Mrs. Stover, the guest of honor. Trinity Guild of Trinity Episcopal church will meet with Mrs. E. R. Strohm, 327 North Thirteenth st., Monday evening at 7:30. The following relatives and friends were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wolfe: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ridcnbaugh and children, Marjoric, Paul, Louis and Dale, Mrs. Rilla Hoberg, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoberg and daughter, Edith, Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Meeks and son, Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hoberg and daughters, Freda and Mar- CI1URCHES i W A K S A W 51. E. i K-v. S. Lee U'hiteman, pastor. i Subbath school, 9:30. G. P. Knowels. superintendent. I No morning worship because of | nod hwpstfrn Ohio conference. | I No evening worship. i I Prnyer service Wednesday eve- j 1 ning at, 7:30. 1 James Frederick, leader. WARSAW PRESBYTERIAN Kev. D. George Davidson, pastor. Sabbath school, 0:30 a. m. George E. Pnrrish. -superintendent. Eve rung service nt 8. Hiffh School "Mixer" Held The annual Warsaw high school "mixer" wns held Tuesday night nt. the high school auditorium. Prof. Judy wn s in charge of the games nnd Miss Core and MJs.«, Hess superintended the refreshment!,. A delightful time was held by the England and the United States, has ! following students: Helen Stoir- thc role of Ace Corbin. big-shot heim, Evelyn Hlltner, Helen Utter- gambler, in "Gambling Ship," which back, Marie WanLland Doris Gra- plays Saturday, only, at the Sixth j ham, Irene Thompson" Netta Street theater. j o'Bryon, Frances Rclss. Annabelle Acquitted of a murder charge I ^ lrnTpr Agncs Wellcr - U:clllc Mil ' Grant leaves New York determined 1 Cr IjGla B u x t o n ' Frances Krown- to abandon his underworld career ! applc - Doror 'hy Dan-, Vera Cooper, Headline News Pound Can 47 Country Club Pound Loaf served to the following: Mr. and "Husband Hunters" struck us as Mrs. J. E. VanKannel, Mr. and Mrs. j not being up to the Park standard. ' Perhaps it was something we "et." Gary Grant Star of Film Here Tomorrow Gary Grant, who ran away from the home of\his English parents to joint an acrobatic troupe touring The train that takes him west ul.so carries Eleanor La Velle (Benita Hume). Miss Hume has the role of a gangster's "moll." Most of the scenes take place on a gambling ship off the Pacific coast. In the supporting are RosV _ . . ,, . _ . _,, , °°e Karns, Glcnda Farrell cella, Noel Strouse, Mr. and Mrs. Jack LaRuc. Miss, Hume is Eileen Knnucklo Audrey Rodock, Dorothy Fawcctt, Opui Watson, i Rosalie Norton, Edith Hardcsty, i Maxine Graham. Opal Taylor, ILetlia McNeil, Francos Mn-ston, Edith MoNnbb, lone Fischer, Mtir- jonc Kaser, Grace Waters, Esther Whitney, Frances Bucklcw, Mary Josephine Kasner, Clotn, Brenneman. Margaret, Matthews, Irene Arthur Hoberg and son, Jerry, Ed-| l i s n . the daughter of u London i Sheldon, Hilda Graham' Alda ' -- ' " ' - - ~ ~ barrister, she is a product of the j Boyce. Mary Whitney, Edna Davis, mund Meeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wolfe and children, Wilma and Robert. famous Royal Academy of Dramatic J Kvangelme Snow, Lcota Robinson' Arts, London, and her first a p p e a r - , Loui*e Arnold, Elolie Divnn, Clara The Altar Guild of Trinity Episcopal church will meet at the rec- ftt 2:30. I Rev. Towriss, Cooperdale, C. V. i Mrs. Laura Williamson had as her j Selder, Wakatoinika, and George j ance in American films war- 'Clear All Wires." recent guests the following: Mr. ! Shires, Trinway, attended the evan- and Mrs. Prank Ewing, Mr. and | gelistic services at South Zanes- Mrs. Albert Simpson and William ville Tuesday evening and heard Smith, Akron; William Halpin, Rei Charles Cussins and William Sea- ist. man, Wheeling, w. Vs.., Mrs. Erma * Piecoat and son, Paul, Mrs. Juanita Mrs. Laura Williamson has re- Parrish and daughter, Betty, James I t - urncc ' from a week's visit, in Akron. Rev. Hauke of Kentucky, evangcl- I. G. A. Store PHONE 483 J09 N. 3rd St. SAT. SPECIALS WHEATIES -I -1 pkg- I 1 C SUGAR. 10 Ibs PEACHES (Hvs.) !g. can Cake Flour, flufy, Best Bologna or Irg. Weiners, 3 Ibs ..... Fresh Lean Hamburg, ," Ibs ....... Lean Pork Roast, Ib ................. 53c 1 ^ _5c 23c 25c 25c l i e "" i Kleinknecht and Paul Brannon. Honoring Mrs. George Boothe, Rollie Hagans and Prank Frye on their birthdays, a. covered dish dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Hagans, Mohawk. Places were marked for the following: Mr. and Mrs. George Boothe, Tunnel Hill Route 1; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frye and daughters, Twila, Pauline and Bernice, j teachers enjoyed a daughter i Ga y' ord Kanavel, Akron, will ar- i nve Saturday to spend the wcek- 1 end with his mother, Mrs. Ethel Card from Mickey Arthur and Alexander Stewart, cx-mcmbers of the Lake Park Players, now in New York: "A«'cimlinr to the paper we have come in New York for llie.sr. biff eastern companies now casting: stork. All we want to know is, WHERE ARE THEY?" "Midnight Mary," featurinp cardo Cortez, Franchot Tone and in Gilrnore, Nellie Cullis-on, Katherini Crowthers Ruby Leas, Elizabeth Haas. Annn Parks, May Daugherty, Nariinc Butler, Grace Babcock! Dale HeUelfmtrer, Rodney Fischer, Reese Liiughlin, Burl Kanucklc, Robert Laiiffhlin, Rolund Leas, Will i a m McCurdy, John Moore, Samuel Crawford, Alberto Buxton, Theodore Earrick, Carrol] Divan, Ross WaLson, Clarrncc Shrimplin, Donald Leas, Louis Williams Harold Hi-! Shepard, Maurice Kamickle, Lester Thama.s, Rus.sell Sharpies, Blvin Dotiaker, Fn-mond Purely. Harold KAFFEE HAG BREAD Raisins Rice Navy Beans Vinegar Brown Sugar Light Globes Crystal White Soap Waldorf Tissue Motor Oil Better Razor Blades Country Club 15 Oi. Pkp. Blue Rose. Full Grain. Sold in Bulk, Ib. Pure Cider AVestinffhouse 6c 8c 6c 25c Gal. 19C 4 lb * 22c 20c Ibs. 10 4 bars roll, 33c budes 25 c EATMORE OLEO A star feature 2 Ibs. Tiny Peas can 19c Country Club variety Sifted Peas can 18c Country Club Sieve Peas can 14c Avondale variety Peas can 12c Standard Pack Oats20-oz. pkgs. 3 for 17c, Country Club; 55-oz. pkgs. 13c Jewel Coffee Ib. 19c Smooth and fragrant French Brand Ib. 23c Coft'ee--Full bodied, flavory Country Club Ib. 28c Coffee--Rich and distinctive CANE SUGAR Pure Granultted Oats 20-oz. pivg-s. 2 for 13c Mothers; 55-oi. pkg. ISe Milk 3 *·" 17c 0 c»ns L ' c Country Club; 3 sm. c»ns lOc Cocoanut Ib. 19c Bon Sons--Delicious Cocoanut Peaks Jb. 19c Fresh from Kroner'* B«kery B ONIONS 1O Ib. bag Yellow Globe Variety Miss Florence Weisblat, who will i Kanavel - 342 Chestnut st. leave Saturday for Oberlin college ' Lorctta Young, ends tonight at the Sixth Street. Sunday'.-. attraction ' Brennenmn. Robert Weller is "Tugboat Annie," with Marie Wiitur.s, Wfird Dressier, Wallace Berry. Robert ! Young and Maureen O'Sulllvan. Mrs. Loren Lcighningcr held high when Mrs. Carl scholarship in vio- , Rocleers _ 1012 Cambridge rd..'cntor- ij ronipk " 1!i - M r v Jc ' w n a l l f ' r :mri l h r ; 935 Miss Norma Lorenz, is enrolled as a freshman son unfversity. Walnut =1-,^ she I tained the Thursday evening bridge i club. Two tables were in play. Refreshments, were served following the hoE "'- ss - Gifts and Novelties AN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY OF GIFTS AND NOVELTIES PRICED AS LOW AS lOc. Come in and Look Around. It Is a Pleasure to Show You Robertson Twenty-eight member;, ol tin- W. ^ C. T. U. and UunilKA and the Wo- 1 Grace M. E. churrh enjoyed n picnic The following junior high school t h « *««""· ^' » ckl Thurscla ^ ^"faSound""" "'' ''"' C °'' h " (:Lon nionie .,,,,,,,,_ evening in Sacred Heart school a u c i ( c o ' I a i r g l o u n d - j i Thursday evening at M s, X-,' Jtonum, sponsored by the student Mr *' Mac MrMunm.s lee! the d- 'Ha^'Tot^T'cosho^on take ' »TM* """-ted ·» ** --' TM*' %S?' TM£* " y " ^'^ " n U Park: Misses Dorothy L Davis lhar i'- , · · · · · . . Waive Ripple, Jennie Williams. Co- (Mlss Riah Hanlon held high .core ' r r T n D n c D C V r M I l r ! zette Fisher, Hazel McEvany, Caro- at contracL - w h i l c h '5h -"-core in L U L L t L K J K Or REVENUE Hartle.sty, Limgdon Harrah, Edward Hiltner. Dctfc-l Holder, Dannie Ka.scr, Jolm Gilmore Nerl Wright. Ted Layman Wayne Lea.-;, O l m i l o s Ferrcll, Clyde Boyc-e. Beriiaul Foster. Jack K u h n , Harlcy Shnniplm, William Bueklew' Samuel Wi'llrr, inoiicl A.shrnil(, run. K a i l .Suinnier.s, Tho- UiKlerwood. Karl TJfxHh ·'· Ramsey, Norman Clilli.son, Kn.ser. Woodrow BuUer. Arnold. Pay] Reynolds, Don- sliver, Loin.-, li.miion, Paul ! Ruth Hoss. » L. D u l i n g , Pears 4 Ibs. 19c New York Bartlett Potatoes 10 Ibs. 31c Fancy Cobblers Apples 6 Ibs. 25c Fancy Grimes G o l d e n G r a p e s Fancy California Re-d Malaga Celery ca. 5c Home grown--Large stalks Head Lettuce 2 for 19c Large, firm heads Bananas 2 Ibs. 15c Large ripe fruit 2 Ibs. 19c Sweet Jersey Ibs. 14-C (·lass are- Rosalie Norton, presl- Jlalph Darr, Ray- j di/nt; John Gllniore, vice-president; Dick Hughes, Cnrl ' R"by Sprouli, .secretary; Donnie Ka:.cr, treasurer, Opnl Watson, pianist; Ruby Spiuull, assistant PERSONALS LOCAL HORSE IS FIRST IN MEDINA FAIR RACE Well-I-Swan, Owiied by Buzzard, Is Winner of 2:26 Wt-11-I-Swan, owned by Frank 4 [Buzzard of Brown's Lane, won the I line Hunt, Niva Giauque, Wilma Sprouli, Ethel Hoover, Claudine auction was held by Mrs. James McNab and Sanford Hei.sscr. Mrs. WILL VISIT COSHOCTON Ha/el Core, Prof Prof E (· Welkei win .S J u d y . and p,o | Johnson. Mary Duncan and Stella can ' rccelvcd lhc haussenpfcffcr Hnll. prize, while Joseph Havcrick and Wimmer were awarded the Has Rn»vi*recl i Mr. nnd Mr.s. Grant Ban turn, j 2:2( 5 P a ce yesterday afternoon at ,'war:.aw road, Mr. n n d Mr.s. Willis j Ulc Medina fair. Well-I-Swan won ! M i l l e r . H p n n s r i r l d , have returned | i n straight heats, stepping the miles ,11-0111 :i week's motor trip thru i twicc '" 2:19'^ nnd in 2:22 in the 1 M rhit;an While there they viiitr-1 Will Ilctiiilc-rs in SU/rks A theatre party war; enjoyed at Lake Park Bowl. pnxes in euchre. Mrs. Olive Thompson received the door pn/.e. The second benefit party will be held thir, evening at the .same, place, the proceeds lo go for the hospital. Mrs Homer Daniel- GROCERY 216 MAIN ST. Coffee, our own Ib 19c OLEO, 2 Ibs 15c BACON, 2 Ibs. BOLOGNA, Ib.. 25c lOc CHEESE, Ib 19c VINEGAR, gal.... 19c JAR RINGS, 6 doz. 25c CERTO, bottle... 25c As a courtesy to Miss Tillie Laurie, Boerne. Texas, former principal at South Lawn school building, the teachers of that school entertained with a dinner party Thursday evening at thr; home of Miss Josephine 1 L " entertained the Baiipthman. 545 Cambridge rd. Places were marked for the following. MISS Laurie, the Muses JoLcphme Bauchman. Georgia Hcdington. Kathryn Kmner, Mary Mrs Jn; Lou Newman, Anna Crawford, Marie McKf;0 ' Sr., Mrs. Craig, Ruth Ripple and Leone Preston. A theatre party was enjoyed later in the evening; at Lake Park Bowl. 640 Lo'.ust M. fi. R f l u b Thursday evening After a social hour rfjfrc.'ihmnnts were .served to the following. Mrs F. H MfUlel- land. Canton; Mrs. Frank Pnyne, Mrs Gilbert Perrv Blackson. Mrs Alvm LinebauKh Mr-- ,Iav MUJ phy, Mi:.s Florence VanBu.skirk, B. H. L;, tie d e p u t y roller! ui of . i n t e r n a l re\r-nue. will uu in Coshocton next Thui"-rlay and Fnd.-iy to (?lve advice to i n c i f h u n i , and others conrerneti wliu FHV liable foi , f i l i n g returns on lloor i.tnuks of r o t ton articles u n d e r the prore-/,ni,; tax law. He v.ill m a k e hi.'-, !ir-»f|- quarter.s at. I ho post o.'Iiee. Under the provisions of the a"- r i c u l t i n a l a d j u s t m e n t art a l . i x v,. , imposed on floor stoiks of , t r ' i f l e , made w h o l l y o: chief! 1 , ot r o i i - i t i Pro! lice.-! era] M i n e d h i c h . T u r W.ir. i b r r 7 v ,11 . 'i HI o r\ - !·'· , !vm rer-overer! ; '· .1 , t e . i r IK-I I " - I i v O l l i e c r s K J p f t lor ;.ev- "r are Kd::.h i'- 5 in t h e Septeiri- · Jor tlv I?/idney Mf:N,i,bu, U.ile M i l l e r , r.ecretury and director oi the Toledo Y. M. C A. at i lie y M c. A Camp at NapolcTjn, Mieni«d!i, and Mr .ind Mrs Howard Handle:,, H o w ell, M i c h i g a n , J o i m e r l y of Warsaw. M:- . Helen U u i h e n n . Miss A n n a - 'j' i;e T u r n e t Burl K a u u c k l e a n d .Vlaiince Kaiiuckh . Walaondinj?, '.'. I j motor to C o l u m b u s Sunday, wl.ere they u i l l visit i r j f t i d s .\Tr. . Char'.e. Mc.N'ar-- Seventh :.l. Co.^hoeton, is ·,i.sit.ntr ner d . u i K h t e r , nnd in 2:22 in .second heat Buxxard was in the sulky. Thr purse was S200. Lee Hunter was second in each heat and W. J. G. placed t h i r d . I'HK CLASSIFIED Section Is H. business hiiromcter Watch !t dally and kt-cp u p w i t h ohniiKMr.K condition* FLAPPER FANNY SAYS: pec u s PAT. orr. Mi THK ftOAU covert d b-, C];. pro- j-'t-JV 'led ri-..r,,.i IVnr n .\lru-.e The Intermediate Missionary .society of the M. P. church will meet Saturday afternoon at 2:30 with Mr.s. Oscar Clark, South Sixth st A covered dish supper will follow the program. , . . , have just received Mrs. Royal C u n n i n g h a m , Tunnel c - c - c - ho '-'- Wl!1 Hill, entertained with a wiener Sept. 30. but those roast, honoring her husband on his 24th birthday The, following attended. Mr. and Mr.s. Clyde Sprouli, Mr. and Mr.s. George Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Pred Ramsey, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. A. Darr, Mr. and Mr.s. John Lfase, Mr. and Mr.s. Fred Sharpies. With Bos in Federal Ca e J-'sr.'ier Ireii." u r e r , K f 'r, a - .: t a n ; 're.is- W n t r J r m d . p i a n ; : . i ; i. as.'.!st;i:i! pianl; '.; '·' r, ne-A.-, report")-, . J'" '. ' . i n t nr-v.s re- · K a n n i e U " li inrl A, e Bov/ei., · e a l l e . . ,1; .Mr.-- C h a r l r ,i!-.d d a y . Mr. and Mi sji ir 'I'nesd.iy M:. and Mr.' - , Vircmi.i and Mr;, v.r ol Mr. a ; L Thurs- lunior By EDU'JN STONF MARION". Inri . Sept. IS.--We word !hnt nil be dlsoluuger! who wish to re- enroll may do ,-n. Tt in not known yet. where our camp will be located c l i i n n f c the w i n t e r . O;ir .softbnll t e n n i r!efe;i',eri two of the stronger**, t e a m s m I ins sect i o n of I n d i a n a . Tuir^da;, v.e de- fca'ed Wabash. 3 to 2, and F r t a a v ' w e won from the. M a r l o n C h r o r n r l e team, .'i to 0 Here's » r o n i p h m e n t p i . r : , i h " C. C. C. boy:, by one f i m n ' r on '.iho.i" property we f!u! -vor/. 'I j a U i r r doubted the b e i u f i t s of I n . - C C but a f t e r s-'jein;; the v.o:.: riono my f a r m I a m f,ri\\i'i-t ·, t n a t :: v/orth while. TI.e f l i v e . j ) ! ] . e a/ri the bn;, ., v.a.s :,pn n d i r l work was r-.atjs.'aetor-. . a n y t h i m foi i h f "oox s c a l l on ;ne " t i ' - u i mi ohr:mp:,:i, r j j i ' , officers ,-. p ,. r ., ]rl ,. n , . - president H.i.-lrv John- ir.ir»i:noiid, j,f| t ' . / i r If ^ run r\ n ! r M f~.-r- ;o A ' h e r . i f t . pre.s:- H iei-:lf. L A K E A R K S HAY SATURDAY Bargain O UAI TOMORROW Day U % f ' h . i r l e s M.irtin in Cievei.md .Seiby Buxl.on and f,i!inl s p r n t Suriday with Mr. and M: ,. O. H .Mar: i n , Khrcvc Mi- and Mr.s. II. K. Moes.sner of O j l m n b u arrived Thtir-.riny ever.ir.a; t o ; | e n d a, fr-.v d.iy.s with Mr. and Mi - H. c;. Foster. Tlie Chinese t r a m cnnnornn's to d i v e fji li.sh; a cord a r o u i u i t'no b u d ' s t i e r : p r e v e n t s it from sw.'il- !o,vnii; tl:e c-ittrh. II would t a k e 2!'i .'tate,-. me s-rr of Rhode I.si.ind !o m a k e one s t a t e t n e f r " « ! i m a n as l a i y . ,i r , Te\rc )··(ir.R ·' c o o d - l o o k m g man n u n in.in a g i r l ' ? head. RIDES CONES Orangeade Treasure Hu "t 2 P, M. . Bring the Kiddies FREE Starting 1P.M. iNEWSPAFERr lEWSPAPERr