Hilsheimer_Rebecca_ 17feb1961

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17feb1961 - An interesting event in the annuls of the...
An interesting event in the annuls of the Lynchburg Grange was their visit to the Highland County Infirmary, Sunday afternoon. Since it was Lincoln's birthday, a patriotic program was presented under the leadership of Mrs. Hattie Weber, a former lecturer of the Grange. A songfest was enjoyed with everyone participating and Mrs. Virgil Williams accompanying at the piano. Mrs. Weber gave a shlrt talk on famous people born in February. The group sang "America" and Mrs. Frank Kier read the 46th Psalm. A tribute to Lincoln was given by Mrs. Mark Ruble. Miss Sharon Osborn sang "America the Beautiful" and Mrs. Chester Shaffer read a poem entitled "The Blue and the Gray." Concluding numbers were "God Be With You" and " 'Til We Meet Again." Candy and cookies were presented to residents of the home and a social hour followed. The next meeting of the local chapter of D. of A. will be held Wednesday evening, Feb. 22 at 7:30 P. M. in their hall. Following the business session, an auction of miscellaneous items donated by members will be held. Proceeds will go to the Orphans and Home fund at Tiffin. AH members are urged to attend and contribute to j this worthy cause. In colorful ceremonies at the First Church of Christ Sunday, Linda Creditt and David Hoggatt were crowned Valentine King and Queen. Dressed in their royal robes and crowns, they presided during the services and were honored at the Valentine banquet held in the afternoon at the church. A number of lovely gifts were presented to the teen-agers from local business men. Linda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel ACXOiS CTOSSWORD 0.So*paton« ·.Mirth 10. Of an «rt* 12.WMt German IS. Trap M.Rtvtrot Asia 15. Booths 18. Like carrot roots 19. Existf 30. Swiss river 21. Secure 23. Bread 27. Great multitude 28. Parrot (N.Z.) 99. Argent (abbr.) 80.DredfM.ai a harbor M. snarls up (army ·lane) ST. Negative word 38. Eagle's claw 39. Dull 41. Worship 42.Wadinf bird 43. Is obligate! 44. Play things DOWN l.LobBter 1 * pincer 2. Chief T«u. tonic gods S. Property (U) 4, Before 9. Savory ·.Wild buffalo of India .7. Thin 9. Welsh ···port f. Stylish (colloq.) 11. Tenant (law) 15. Rubs gently 17. Floating platform It Simple. ton ' 21. Strike 22. Sloth 23. Kind of daisy 24. Whirl, wind 23. Like tt.Lawr. ytr-t charge ao.ScndhUIt 31. Ingnw 32.M«mos M, Below Cflaut.) M.Waminr cry in golf 33.LetitiUnd S9. Encountered (print.) 40. Past Creditt and David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hogatt. * Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott. Miss Leona Roush and Miss Eva Paulsell attended the wedding of Miss Rebecca Hilsheimer and Mr. Lawrence E. Roush, at the Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church in Chillicothe, Saturday. They also attended the reception which followed the ceremony. Mrs. Lillian Campbell, Mrs. Florence Smith, Mrs. Louella Hendee and Mrs. Zelpha Mann enjoyed Sunday dinner at the Y restaurant and later called oh friends at Ripley. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stroup and family oi seven Mile were Saturday cuMtt of Mn. NJn flfcoup. Sunday dinner 0ftMt$ of Hi. and Mrs. William A. Runnel and family were Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Carter and family of Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. James Evans and family of Washington C. H. and Mr. and Mn. Fred Rammel. The occasion honored the birthdays of Mrs. Evans and William-Ramme!. Mrs. Ray Pendall is a patient at White Cross Hospital at Columbus, for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heiser and son of Hillsboro were Sunday guests of Mrs. Claude Heiser. Miss Sandy Roser spent Saturday with Miss Jennifer Deininger. Mrs. Tom Davis and Nancy and Mrs. Florence Smith were Friday evening guests of Dr. and Mrs. John Luck. Mrs. Jaines Roser was a Tuesday afternoon visitor in Dayton. Mrs. Dorothy Baker, and Mrs. Bea Pfister were Sunday visitors in Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel House and Paul, Miss Peggy King, Mrs. Cecil Harris and James, Mrs. Marie Barker and Mrs. Johnson Deininger and Jennifer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold House and family of Pricetown. The occasion honored Harold's birthday. Mr.'and Mrs. Laverne Holbrook and son of Danville were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stubbs and son, last Thursday evening. Honoring the birthdays of Mrs. Margaret Pendall and her grandson. Butch, a dinner was enjoyed Sunday at the Double D in Aliens- burg. Those enjoying the dinner were Mi-, and Mrs. Ray McNutt and daughter of Kettering, Mrs. Grace Matthews of Hillsboro, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pendall and family. Mrs. Iva Pence, Donald Pendall and Mrs. Margaret Pendall. In evening, the group was joined Mi. and Mrs. Roy Pendall and Carol for supper at the home Mrs. Margaret Pendall and Don. Miss Florence Stubbs of Columbus and Miss Sandy Stubbs of Cincinnati spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stubbs Bobby. Mr. and Mis. John Walker and Mrs. Potts of Peebles were Monday afternoon guests of Mrs. Iva Renick. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Shaffer Greenfield and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chaplin of Hillsboro were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pinkerton. Bobby Shaffer of Wilmington was a Saturday guest. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Eaglin and family of Dayton were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stroup. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young Larry were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Mercer. Neil Mount of Buford spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mount. Miss Mildred Wilbanks of Cincinnati, Mrs. Les Grimm of Milford and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Newbrey and Jennifer · of Washington C. H. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Truman McConnaughey and Mrs. Lillie Wilbanks. Mr. and Mrs. James Branham were Sunday supper guests of and Mrs. Fred Mount. Mr. and Victor Mount and family were callers. Mrs. Anna Terrell attended the funeral of Mrs. Doyle Wright at New Vienna Monday afternoon and later called on several of friends. Bobby Shaffer, of Wilmington spent Saturday wi'th Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pinkerton. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Stubbs

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  1. The Press-Gazette,
  2. 17 Feb 1961, Fri,
  3. Page 13

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