1964 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Oct.16

NVHS Class of 1914 holds 50th reunion and were entertained at home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ockerman; whole village is shocked and saddened over the tragic fire and loss of four children at the Turner residence.

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1964 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Oct.16 - If WÜBitBfftoB, O., Ncwt-JoTiil Friday, October...
If WÜBitBfftoB, O., Ncwt-JoTiil Friday, October li, IWê New Vienna CORRESPONDENT CARRIER MRS MAB^O DAVIS DOUGI^S HUTCHINS PhOM tKIsm PhoM «W-3WZ Scheduled New Vienna Twig » will meet Monday at 8 p. m. at the local school cafeteria. Mrs. A. W. Hause, program leader, hai obtained a guest speaker who will represent the Darton P^'W- cr and Light Co. Mrs. George Wilkinson is chairman oi the Refreshment committee. Wednesday Mrs. Arthur Bernard Bernard will be hostess to members members of Uie Fairvicw Women’s Group at 8 p. m. Mrs. James Dunseith and Mrs. Linley Moore are her assistants. Mrs. Paul Terrell will conduct the worship period. Mrs. Richard Haines is program leader. The New Vienna Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star will meet in the local Masonic Temple Temple Tuesday at 8 p. m. Mrs. Kenneth Calendinc, worthy matron, matron, urges all members to be present as it is annual election <rf officers. The refreshment committee consists oi Mrs. E. A. Garrison, Mrs. Robert Mongold, Mongold, Mrs. Bill Flint, Mrs. Richard Richard Woods and Mrs. Thomas McFadden. The Intermediate Youth Fellowship Fellowship will meet at the Methodist Methodist Church Sunday at 7 p. m. The Senior Youth Fellowship will also meet Sunday evening in the home of Laura Louise Hughes. These two groups will solicit for UNICEF on the evening of Wednesday in the village and to the homes of members <rf the Methodist Church in the country. country. Persons are asked to turn <m porch lights that ni#t. Union Grange has an important important meeting Thursday beginning beginning promptly at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Charics Blaclfourn will install the 1965 officers with the help of their assistants, assistants, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blackburn. Mrs. Ernest Cochran Cochran is pianist. Mrs. Elvis Wiget, home economics chairman, asks that each family take donuts. Balertain 1914 aaaa Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ock- «rmaB entertained the 1914 graduating clast of New Vienna High School Sunday at their beautiful home in Leesburg. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert BaU oi Dayton, Dayton, Mr. aiid Mrs. J. Park Fries of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Everett Haines of New ! Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Gaddis Gaddis Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. William Lcvo, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tener, all of Wilmington; Wilmington; Glen Smithson os Lynchburg, Lynchburg, Mr. and Mrs. Julian McKenzie, McKenzie, Mrs. Howard Penn and Miss Mary Derivan, all of New Vienna. Mrs. C. J. Uible returned to' her home in the village, Monday. Monday. after a two weeks stay in Clinton Memorial Hospital with a broken leg. Keith Kinzer of Dayton, eldest eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kinzer, entered the University of Cincinnati this fall, in the field of architecture. Keith received received his early educaton in the New Vienna grade school. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pendell of Dayton were houseguests of their aunt Mrs. Ethel Pendell from Oct. 8 through Sunday returning returning home Sunday evening. Mrs. Leda Moyer accompanied accompanied her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moyer and son Ricky of Martinsville, on a scenic drive through southwestern southwestern Ohio, Sunday afternoon stopping at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gains of Winchester. Winchester. Mrs. Leda Moyer and Mrs. Gains were schoolmates. Mr. and Mrs. Elroy CoUier were Wednesday dinner guests and spent the day with his parents parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collier Collier of Sinking Springs. Mrs. Roderick Davies and sons Ricky and Timmy of Dayton, Dayton, visited Mrs. Daves’ parents parents Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Roush of Mowrystown were Sunday evening callers in the Mrs. Marie Marie Simkins home and the Fred Deck home. Tuesday evening guests of Mrs. Simkins and dau#ter Miss Elolse were Mrs. MUdred Roush and Mrs. Mabel Smith of Lynchburg. The whole village is shocked COMMISSION SET FOR OCT. trials, the 4,300-ton nuclear attack OPENS SUNDAY—S<qihia Lareu little known a few years ago lover,” sUr in “Yesterday, Today wffl open at the Murphy Theatre Tuesday. It’s in color and the two couple since Garbo and Gilbert plays three separate over the tragic fire and of the loss of four children at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T^ Turner Wednesday morning near New Vienna. Goodwill To Be Here Thursday •Hie Goodwill truck visit of the month in Wilmington if scheduled for Thursday. To arrange arrange for a stop at the door persons arc to phone Mr. or Mrs. Harry Monroe—382-7094. Usable clothing, furniture, appliances, appliances, knick-knacks and other

Clipped from Wilmington News-Journal16 Oct 1964, FriPage 8

Wilmington News-Journal (Wilmington, Ohio)16 Oct 1964, FriPage 8
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  • 1964 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Oct.16 — NVHS Class of 1914 holds 50th reunion and were entertained at home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ockerman; whole village is shocked and saddened over the tragic fire and loss of four children at the Turner residence.

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