1964 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Oct.14

Upcoming Halloween Carnival; Baptist Missionary Society; Lions Club Concert; Linkhart visitors.

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1964 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Oct.14 - li fhe aimual Tamily Nl^t, Die progrim will be...
li fhe aimual Tamily Nl^t, Die progrim will be icrew pic- tiirei ibewn by Miia Unda Bttgbts, eithar of her brev^ or oi her two years of teaching in EthopU, Afrieg. UoBS Freient Concert New Vienna liona aub presented presented Ronnie Dale, (nrganiit of Crosley Field, Monday evening. Stanley Fawley, vice preiident of tiie Lions introduced Harry Maaon who acted as master of ceremonies. An mithusiastic crowd welcomed welcomed Ronnie, who played a program of various types of music and requests from the audience. Misses Beth Ann and Suzanne Germann small daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Germann, sang three numbers accompanied accompanied by Dale, Miss Linda Eltzroth Eltzroth clarinatist accompanied by Mrs. Carl West played three numbers. The latter part <rf the program program Ronnie asked two boys David Hodson and Kevin Zimmerman Zimmerman to do a fast twist number. number. He presented each of the boys with a dollar. FIRST GOLD MEDAL FOR U. S.-The winner of the first Gold Medal for the United States in the Tokyo Olympics, D ob SchoUander (right) of Oregon, shakes hands with Britain’s Bobby McGregor as they receive their awards for the 100-meter men’s freestyle swimming event. SchoUander’s 53.S aeconda set an Olympic record. (Radiophoto). m j,. OLYMPIC TREE?—Seen from this camera angle it appears that nature hat shaped a Tokyo tree’s branchea to look Uke the five intertwined circlea of the Olympic emblem. The brancbet actually are parts of three trees shaped to create thU illusion at International aub in Tokyo’s Olympic Village. aats Play The Senior Qass Play from New Kenton High School will be given at the New Vienna school auditorium Oct. 22 and 23. The title is “The Great Big Doorstep.” Doorstep.” Personal Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hendee of Lynchburg entertained their aunt, Mrs. Lucy Kester, to dinner dinner Thursday evening at Ljrtle’s Restaurant in Leesburg, celebrating celebrating her birthday anniversary anniversary which occurred Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eckler were Saturday guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Moore driving up from Cincinnati Cincinnati for dinner and the day. Callers in the home of Mr. • and Mrs. Roy Linkhart since Linkhart returned from the hospital hospital Friday have been: Mr. and Mrs. WUby Watson of Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Musser and family of RaesviUe, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Linkhart and daughter Mlis Marie, Paul Linkhart and son Grag, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linkhart and faml Wedneaday, OctoiiBr il, IHi Iv, Mr. and Mrs. Ennli Milltr. Gilbert Capltoger, Tbomaa Gfeeno, Mrs.' Julia Smith, Mra. Alice Harris and Mrs. Mabel Davii all of in or near tbc village. village. Edward Wait left Sunday for his home in Tampa, Fla., after being called home because of the unek^cted death of his mother Mrs. Anna WaR. Mrs. Herman Woodmansee visited Saturday and Sunday with raiatives Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Arthur Jonas and Hr. and Mrs. H. J(mes, in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Mahanes Mahanes and daughters Lintinia and Melodee enjoyed a weekend in Nashville, Tenn. Saturday evening they visited the Grand Ole Opera. Mrs. Vadi Hoover of Wilmington Wilmington accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roy Curtis to Xenia Sunday Sunday afternoon when they called on Mrs. Effie Webb. They found her fome improved. Mrs. James Chancier called in the Curtis home Thursday evening. Thomas Brumley represented the Clinton County National Bank at the annual Columbus Day golf program sponsored by the Fifth Third National Bank (d Cincinnati, at the Country Club of Fort Tiiomas, Ky., Mcmday. Ohio residents 65 and over We have full details on Health Insurance No Doctor’! Eztimination Required! CALL US TODAY! JOHNSON INSURANCE AGENCY UL W. Florence Ave., Sabina Phone 584-5^ Enr^ment Enda Oct. 31, 64 CORRESPONDENT MRS. MABEL O. DAVIS Phone 987-5071 New Vienna CARRIER DOUGLAS HUTCHINS Phone 987-3892 HaUoweea Carnival Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman, Zimmerman, general chairmen for the New Vienna Home and School League, make the following announcement. announcement. The school annual Halloween Carnival will be held at the New Vienna School Building on Friday, Oct. 30. Dinner with a complete menu will lUrt at 5:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Williams are chairmen chairmen of the dinner committee. Carnival opens at 6:30 p. m., with the masquerade at 7 p. m. Then there will be a dance from 9 to 11. Miaakmary Society The New Vienna Baptist Missionary Missionary Society met at the church Sunday with Mrs. Delbert Delbert WaUs as hostess. Mrs. Herman Woodmansee called the meeting to order by reading the hymn in unison, “Renew thy Church, Her Ministries.” The devotions were given by Mrs. Frank W. Davis followed with prayer by Mrs. Walls. Miss Eloise Simkins reviewed the bo(Ä of Hebrews. She told the story by Kyle Haseden in his book “The Death of a Myth,” the second chapter. The chapter deals with the ignorance ignorance of Anglo-Americans and is addressed first to the Anglo- Protestant and second to the Spanish American - Protestant. In outllnging her program she talked from three topics: “Understanding “Understanding Spanish - Ameri- cans,” “Where They live and What They Do” and “What They Need.” The roll call was answered by quoting a passage of Scripture on “Salvation.” Mrs.- Woodmansee Woodmansee then gave the study lesson from the topic, “Salvation “Salvation means Broken Walls.” The lesson was about a mother who was too protective to her daughter, daughter, yet she felt she was doing the right thing. A discussion period followed. During the business meeti « plans were discussed for the White Cross quota for the coming coming year. The new missionap^ itudent, to whom to send a gift is from a New York College. Mrs. Walls conducted the Missionary Missionary “Love Gift” ceremony with fitting Scripture and an appropriate appropriate poem. Two members received gifts from their Secret Sisters. The meeting conclud^ by singing “Blest Be the Tie That Binds.” The church was decorated with lovely bouquets of fall flowers arranged by Mrs. Marie Marie Simkins. Refreshments were served by Mrs. WaUs. Present were Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Woodmansee, Miss Simkins, Mrs. Simkins, Mrs. Rachel Stratton, Mn. Jessie McDonald, Miss Lucile Deck, Mrs. Edith Roush, Miss Myrtle Smith, Mrs. Robert Sears and Miss Elizabeth Sears. At the Nov. 8 meeting, which CHILTON LUMP All PurpoM Quolity COAL Coll 382-2321 AUSTIN COAL CO. **IB BnsiBCfa 16 Yean’* 238 E. Main SI. WilmingtoB IT SWIVELS Ills MOTOROU

Clipped from Wilmington News-Journal14 Oct 1964, WedPage 15

Wilmington News-Journal (Wilmington, Ohio)14 Oct 1964, WedPage 15
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