JoAnn Honor Roll and tidbits

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JoAnn Honor Roll and tidbits - 9:30 Michael Piper, Detective. 10:15 W. L....
9:30 Michael Piper, Detective. 10:15 W. L. Hutcheson on "Labor and the Defense Program." MBS—8:30 Kussell Bennett Notebook. Notebook. 9:30 Harry James Band. EXPECT SATURDAY NBC—1:30 p. m. Call to Youth; 8:15 On the Home Front; 4:30 Air Youth of America, CBS—12:30 Bill Goodwin in "When Strangers Meet;" 1:45 Senator Senator Capper on Boy Scout Week; 2:05 Of Men and Books; 4 Sonny Dunham Matinee. Blue—12:30 Four-H Club; 8 Opera "Tosca," Grace Moore; 6:80 Happy- Go-Lucky Time. MBS—2 Benny Goodman Band; 4:30 Horse Races. Courtney, Martha Louise Duncan, Vera Lee Home. BPWORTH LEAGUE PARTY ATLANTIC School Pupils Buy $300 Worth of Defense Stamps. The Freshman Class is conduct- Ing a National Defense paper collection. collection. Every Wednesday, defense saving stamps are sold at school end the total sold In the past six weeks amounts to over $300. The stamp sale the last week In January was $64,60. The week before held the record at $82.60. HONOR ROLL The following pupils were on the honor roll and credit list for the third period: Honor roll—Ruth McEntire, Lorraine Lorraine Home Doris McEntire, Roma Grace Thomas, Jo-Ann Brown, Wilma Courtney, Raymond Taylor, Donna Mae Steadman, Judy Gib- .son, Virginia Courtney, Marilyn Steadman, Ann Marie Patterson. Credit list—Harold Bradley, Edna Mae Hittle, William Bras, Saloma Byler, Lois Muahru.sii, Nancy Mc- Ixinahan, Teddy Gibson, Shirley Martha Kelloge was hostess to the Epworth League of the East Fallowfleld Methodist Church, Saturday Saturday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. ,Fred McGranahan, !rnie Beard, Raymond, Robert and Wesley Sperry, George Hanna, Wesley Wesley Phillis, Rena and Leo Talbot, Ruth and Jean Thomas, Shirley Courtney, the hostess, Martha Kelloge Kelloge and advisor, Mrs. Frank Talbot. Talbot. After business and devotional meeting, the evening was spent playing games and lunch was served, served, BRIEFS Ken Smith of Palnesville, O., entertained entertained the school from 2:80 to 8:30 on Monday with cartoons, chalk pictures and magic art, The Home Economics class met with Mrs. Shoupe who talked of "Resllvering Mirrors." A tureen dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bovard were callers in Meadvllle on Sunday. Golden Rule Rebecca lodge held their regular meeting Wednesday evening at the I. O. O. F. halL After the regular business was dispersed with, a bingo party was held, groceries groceries were given as prizes. A arge group were entertained. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Keene and Mrs. Dolores Anderson of Meadvllle, spent Tuesday evening in Atlantic. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Ewing spent Tuesday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Charles Hershelmen, Meadville. Mr. and Mrs. G. Y. Minnis, Mrs. lardy Miller, Mrs. Edna Bearce and Mra. Lewis attended the funeral of r, J. Barbour at Conneaut Lake. Mrs. Lucille Thomas spent Mon- ' clay with Mrs. Frank Talbot. Mr. and Mrs. Grant McConnell and daughter, Mrs. Ray McConnell and Mrs. Vance Rhoades and son were callers in Moadville, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Grant McConnell spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Rhoades, Conneaut Lake. Those who attended the Crawford County Youth Club, Thursday evening evening at the Hartstown Grange Hall, were Mrs. Grant McConnell, Mrs. Fred Harpst, Mrs. Frank Talbot, Wesley Phillis, Robert Sperry and Raymond Sperry. Fred F. Harpst was a business caller in Greenville, Monday. ADAMSVILLE BRIEFS A. R. McKce and son Andrew, Cranberry, called on Mrs. Blanche Henry, Saturday. Mrs. John Zimmerman and son, Joseph, of Greenville, spent Saturday Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Phillis. Miles Christy arid family, Meadville, Meadville, visited R. S. Williams and family, Sunday. Harold McMaster, Meadville, was an' Adamsville caller, Sunday. Mrs. R. D. Webster, Erie, spent several days this week with relatives relatives here. The United Presbyterian congregation congregation has installed a new electric organ in the church. It was placed there Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ogden McClimans, Jamestown, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Murphy, Sunday. Sunday. Mrs. Rudy Gratt, Grove City, was a recent visitor at the Murphy home. The Women's Missionai-y Society net with Mrs. Neese, Thu/-sday afternoon. afternoon. Misses Vinnio and Jemima Dodds entertained at dinner, Tuesday Mrs YOUR PUT IN AMERICA'S DEFENSE l-Buy Keystone Milk wwl economically to conserve resources—2-S«ye money at our low prices for needs—B-Keep your family In «p-top hoalth with good foods. tall can 8c Ellen Clare— 84 Oz. Cans Tomato Juice 3 cans 25c Egg Noodles... 2 bags 23c Most Kinds Heinz Soups ............... 2 cans 25c Fresh Creamery Butter ............ Ib. print 39c I/al<e Vlu\v \\Illi that richer, finer flavor. 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Clipped from The Record-Argus06 Feb 1942, FriPage 13

The Record-Argus (Greenville, Pennsylvania)06 Feb 1942, FriPage 13
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