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- A. L. - of at - s to - of - - .if be Vouth Supervisor Married. Mrs. Erma S. Martlndale and Charles Homer Hirsch were united in marriage at 11:45 o'clock Saturday morning. July 5, by Dr. A, H Hook In the parsonage of the First Congressional Christian church. After a luncheon at the West Milton Inn the cojple left for Pota - watoml Inn, on Lake James, northern Indiana, where they will remain one week. Mrs. Hirsch Is the daughter of Mrs. A. P. Snyder of Riverside road Troy. The last five years she has been a supervisor for the National Youth Administration with offices in Troy and Sidney. Mr. Hirsch Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hirsch of East Main street Troy. He Is employed by the Hobart Manufacturing company. Mrs. Hirsch has resigned her po sition and was succeeded by Francis townsena ot Lima, who assumed the duties of the office Saturday. The district Includes five counties, Miami. Darke, Shelby. Mercer and champaign. Shower Party for Bride - Eleci. Complimenting Miss Glenna Hoi - finger of Troy whose marriage to Richard Snyder of Columbus will take place July 12 In the First Congregational Chrisfian church, a shower party was arranged Wednesday evening by Miss Betty Maler In her home in Plqua. Included were the guest of honor and her mother, Mrs. Ora Holfinger, Mrs. Byron Snyder of Columbus, mother of Richard Snyder; Mrs. George Favorite and Mrs. E. Maler of Plqua; the Misses Virginia Mc - Kinley, Lucille Purdy. Germaine Krleg, Betty Morrow, Billy Hitter, Martha Rehmert and Martha Mag - gert of Plqua; the Misses Mary Hause. Margaret KlnslnKer. Lois DeWeese. Jean Sands, Doris Jones and Virginia Hunt of Troy. dames were played and prizes were awarded for high scores at each table. Ice cream In meringues, mints ana icea beverages were served the guests. Miss Holfinger received a lovely array or guts suitable lor a bride. - - Plqua Teacher Marries J. Scott Garbry. Simplicity marked the wedding Saturday morning of Miss Emily Dean, teacher In the Plqua publb schools, and J. Scott Garbry Cochocton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garbry of Plqua, which took place at a half after nine o'clock at me nome of the bride s parents Mr. and Mrs, Frank H. Dean, 214 Detroit street. Xenla. An all - white setting of gladiolus and tapers was arranged in the bay window in the living room, providing a lovely background for the set - vice which was read by the Rev. J. Reed Miller, pastor of the First Uni - ted Presbyterian church, Xenia. The bride, who was unattended, chose for her wedding a two piece suit of green lft - .en with which she wore white accessories and a small white strawhat trimmed with valley lilies and small green velvet rib - Thirty relatives and friends attended the service and were entertained at a wedding breakfast at the Antloch Tea Room, .Yellow Springs, where the table was charm - villi hiti and whit After August first, Mr. and Mrs. Garbry will be at home on West Lafayette road, Cochocton. Mrs. Garbry is a Rradtiate of Wit tenberg college, Springfield, and has been teaching on the PtQua Central high school faculty. Mr. Garbry, a graduate oi Northwestern university, Evanston, Is associated with the stale conservation department and is located in Cochocton. Landman Family Reunion The first Landman family reunion took place on the Fourth in the home of R. L, Landman at Landman's Mill. In the party were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiser and son. John oi Chi cago Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Henry L,anuman ot at. Henry; Mr. ami Mrs. William G. Landman of Greenville; Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis or Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slagle oi Sidney, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lockton and children. Arthur. Maurice and Joan of Battlecreek, .vncn.; Mrs. cerajd smith and four children of Kalamazoo, Mich ; George Landman and son. George of Detroit 'and Mr. and Mrs. James Hunter of Piqua. 5th Birthday Celebrated a Mrs. Gordon B. Sims' daughter, Polly, celebrated her fifth birthday on the Fourth of July hen she was hostess to a lunch - in party at her home, 35 Orchard toad. The children were invited for 10:30 o'clock and enjoyed games on the lawn directed by Miss Audrey DIckhari. Flags, firecrackers and other symbols of Independence Day decorated the table where luncheon as served to the little folks at noon. Polly's guests were: Ruth Ann Slaughter, Spencer Levering, Alfred and Susan French, Suzanne Statler, Kitty Neth, Delia Rundle, Henne, David and JUrm., .. Weese, Johnny Vollette, Frazler and Ann Welimeier and Nancy Cron. Women's Golf Tournament Ttteiday uetauie tne vjoantry ciuo kttch - Is closed each Monday, the wom en's weekly tournaments have been changed to Tuesdays and will take piace tomorrow, with a luncheon rved at 12:30 o'clock. Tne tournament is to be rjlaved either before or after luncheon, as the contestants prefer. Heap O'D'lite Club vttien the Heap O'D'lite club met at the home of Mrs. Richard Schmidt of Ihe Old Troy Pike, the program committee had arranged interesting aiternoon. . was announced at this time that Mrs. Harold Lottghman will entertain the Aueust meetlne at her home on Route 3, when Mrs. Robert Lind and Mrs. Paul Burnside will he in charge of the program. list Birthday Celebrated n Mr. Charles Mover cele brated his 71st birthday Sunday at his home on Grant street, he was I assisted in the observance of the anniversary by his sons and daughters and a number of friends. Guests who extended felicitations Included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Col - Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moyr, jiu mis. uivya Moyr, Betty, Junior and William Moyer, Hen - Joanne, Jen and Chalmer Moyer DeMarls Deatrich arid Louise Peters of Dayton. - - C. T. Club .'icmocrs oi tne o. T. club' will meet at the home of Mr. Edna ; r""'' ugn street, to night for a pot luck supper t 6:30 o'clock and are reminded to bring fnelr own table servloe, Sprlntcreek Lojr.l Worker. 4 - H dwBTCSt Trailer" creek school building. SOCIAL Ju5tamere Sewing Club Justamere Sewing club will meet Wednesday afternoon t the usual time with Mrs. John Short at her nome on vine street. Raper Community Club Mrs. Kthel Webb will entertain iumuray cmo wrea the Old Troy road. Mrs. Smallen" .m uisar Anaerson win be assistant hostesses. loyal Daughters Clas class ol St. Paul's church will meet uiuess it, rains when Mrs. Sam Kaser will be the nue. Pj&iA&iusii Helen Marshall of Gordon street they spent the past few days as Bucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Charle3 Horning. Mrs. Harry t. Bell, 819 ' North Downing street, was accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Robert E. Mar - parted this morning with her son and Marlanna Toland for Crystai Lake Mich., to spend the remainder main for two weeks. Later Mrs. Bell with her children, Anne and Tony Mrs. J. Ben Wilkinson and Mrs ;t , r. f . 111 alE0 spend some tun eat Crystal Lake. The Bells i.aei, wooosmere," the Rogers cottage for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Richard McMaken and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lind spent the week - end at Renfro Valley and Kentucky. 1 Mr. W. W. Wilson with his son and daughter - in - law, Mr. and Mr Tin Wilson, of Akron were Fourth of uuiy guests oi Mr. and Mrs. w E Fay of West Greene street. Saturday and Sunday guests at the Fay home were Dr. and Mrs. William E. Hartley with their daughter, Miss Fanny Fay, and Bob GUlen of Evansvllle, Ind.. and Mrs. Joe Mad - del ena of Monterey, Calif Mrs Hartley and Mrs. Maddelena are Mr Fay's sisters. Mrs. Maddelena is pl.mnlner to visit in Cincinnati Evansvllle and Indianapolis before returning to California. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Toland of 707 North Downing street entertained Kucsts over the week - end Including Mr. and Mrs. Hexford Moffett of Evansvllle, 111,, Mr. and Mrs. Don Florence and children, Joan and Dick, of Winnetka, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Von Aschen and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Latham returned Sunday from a week's motor trip which took them to the Smoky mountains, Nonis Dam and Ash - ville, N. C. They stopped at Galll - polis, Mr. Latham's old home, and visited friends. Mrs. L. A. Weber, her daughter, Jean, and son, Jack, ot Shaker Heights, Cleveland, visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mercer of 618 Walker street Sunday. The Misses Betty Maier, Jimmie Krieg, Billie Ritter, Virginia Mc - Kinley, Betty Morrow and Lucille Purdy enjoyed a three - day stay at the Gardner cottage, Chautauqua, Franklin. Miss Martha Morrow was the chaperon. A. F. woods of the Plqua Furni ture Mart left Sunday morning for n.tagu on a ouying trip to be gone a week. Miss Mary and Miss Winifred Be - sanceney left, Sunday n;nt tor Chicago where they hold positions atler spending tho holiday and week - end with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Besanceney m West Ash str;tt. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Taubman have returned from a Thursday until Sunday sojourn in Akron and Ra venna. Mr. and Mrs. Earl MacKellar are the parents of a daugnter, born at 2:35 o'clock Sunday morntne at Me morial hospital. Mrs. Henry Besanceney and her sister, Mrs. Edward Fitzslmmons, accompanied the former's son, Henry Besanceney ol Columbus in his car to Detroit this afternoon to attend the funeral Tuesday of Lawrence McCarthy, a r.ntKln died there following an operation. A son was born at 7:10 o'clock this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson, 465 Wood street at Pl qua Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth StacVhnim. of Phoneton and Mr. and Mrs, William Schlosser, 901 Clark avenue, are enjoying a 10 - day vacation' at Georgian Bay, Ont., Canada. ....o irnuaiu, mi nroanway, popular bookkeeper at the J W Brown Store, is a patient at Plqua Memorial hospital where she submitted to a tonsllectomy this morning. Laurel Sise, 821 West Greene street, June Mr. Covington vleve, his visit with Ehlers Covington Mr. ..... Greenfield Mr. returned Drive in a Mr family home 1 ter, Mr. Mr. and Troy ing Baltimore Wood Old A. returned and former's They Mrs. and 611 over of Xenla Charleston, extended daughter Mrs. Linda, where ung's of word nfece, cured Finke, Mrs. Dr. sons, Phi trists. spent representative last Chicago lived going folk, Mrs. ber William Piqua) Lake May near Jacobs 7 - Mr. Detroit Piqua Mr. town. her Mr. today Ella Air their C. Mr. polls Margaret Tool spent brother, street, Indian . Pasadena, Is at

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  1. The Piqua Daily Call,
  2. 07 Jul 1941, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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