1954 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Oct.5

Personal mentions abound. Names include Larrick, Rhonemus, Mcdonald, Achor, Pugsley, Oates, Irwin, Hodson, and Ames.

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1954 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Oct.5 - New Vienna CORRESPONDENT i MRS MABEL O DAVIS...
New Vienna CORRESPONDENT i MRS MABEL O DAVIS Telephone 2071 CARRIER PHILIP BAKER j Correction Mrs. Willard Larrick instead of Mrs. Thomas Leslie was co-host- I ess w ith Mrs. Clarke Walker and | Mrs. Delbert Bond when they entertained entertained with a shower for Mrs. Robert Bean at the Clarke home Friday evening. Personal Mention Among those attending the funeral funeral service for Howard Collett Monday afternon at the Wilmington Wilmington Baptist Church were: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smalley. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stansbury and Mrs. Marie Simkins. Mrs. Sylvia Rhonemus of Cincin nali Mrs. Blanche Matthews, Mrs. ? Everett Bernard. Mrs. Carrie Eaton Eaton and Mrs. Virginia Hildebrant ‘were among those from this community community who enjoyed the organ musical musical at Lees Creek Church Sunday Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mary McDonald was among the 300 present at the church wedding wedding of her grandson Gene Moore, and Miss Barbara Stoessel in Day-, ton Saturday evening and the re ception that followed. Mrs. James Achor and her brother Glenn Southerland visited with her husband, a patient in Un- j iversity Hospital, Friday afternoon. afternoon. Achor seemed a little im proved Persi Pugsley and daughter Miss Amy of near Wilmington were Sunday dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Hause and daugh- < ter Linda. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs P. T Oates for the day were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dunlap of Spring port, Ind., and Mrs. Elsie Mercer of Wilmington. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson were Saturday evening dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tucker, of Wilmington. Mr, and Mrs. William Pond and family of Westboro were hosts for the evening Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. C. R Clark and son Charles Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hunt of near Wilmington, Mr. and Mrs Neil Humphreys of Martinsville and Miss Evelyn McConnahey of Hillsboro were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Ames and children Roger, Martha and Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hodson of Dayton were weekend guests of his son Sr. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Estel Irwin spent Sunday afternoon as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fawley and fam ily of Port William. Mr and Mrs. Gordon Manthey of Fairborn were Sundiy dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson. Other guests in the afternon and evening evening were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Curtis and daughter Kay of Wilmington. Wilmington. Mr. and Mrs Edwin Walker of liorrUvidle and Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Miller. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cary Hodson Jr and family were Mr, and Mrs. John Weissgar ber of Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Ames and daughters visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ames and family. Mlss Laura Osborn. Mr*. Nell» Zimmerman. Mrs Marie McNemar McNemar and Mrs. Mildred Hughes, all of Wilmington, called on Mrs. Mabel Mabel Davis Sunday evening. AT LAST! A Powerful Trouble-free Battery that's Guaranteed for 10 Full Years! Too good to be true? Read this HISTORY MAKING GUARANTEE! The only battery with all these; V Stiver .Nuclear Ceil Cadmium Alloy Grids ir Self-leveling device to keep water equalized. ☆ Galvic Cell Shields t« prevent accidental damage to plates. WHY RISK BATTERY FAILURES? GET A LONG LIFE! REILEYS GARAGE 59 W. Sugartree St. Wilmington Phone 2028

Clipped from Wilmington News-Journal05 Oct 1954, TuePage 4

Wilmington News-Journal (Wilmington, Ohio)05 Oct 1954, TuePage 4
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  • 1954 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Oct.5 — Personal mentions abound. Names include Larrick, Rhonemus, Mcdonald, Achor, Pugsley, Oates, Irwin, Hodson, and Ames.

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