1964 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Nov.3

Harold Baker is Mayor; Mrs. Eugene Drake hosts Mothers Club; Mrs. Ben Stepp -Always Faithful Class; Leo Watson Lions Club dinner chairman; Estel Daye, Jr. - Homebuilders Class; Mrs. Glenn Southerland -WSCS; Robert Settlemeyer - Farm Bureau; Robert Rulon celebrates 77th birthday.

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1964 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Nov.3 - a a CORRESPONDENT MRS. MABEL O. DAVIS Phone...
a a CORRESPONDENT MRS. MABEL O. DAVIS Phone M7-5071 New Vienna CARRIER DOUGLAS HUTCHINS Phone 987-3892 Orderly Halloween As Thursday had been designated designated as “Beggar’s Night” in the village of New Vienna, by the Mayor Harold Baker from the hours of 6 to 8 the children were out by the dozens. But they were all very orderly and courteous, not one forgot to say thank you. When eight o’clock came they just vanished as if by magic. The children are quite thoughtful. Carnival Big Success Friday evening the school carnival, the one big money making scheme (rf the year, was held with all proceeds going going for school equipment. The evening started off with a buffet buffet supper. At 6:30 o’clock the doors opened to the carnival in the gym lined all around the room with booUis. Cakes were sold from the stage and the New Vienna volunteer volunteer firemen kept some lively lively games in progress with prizes in the back room of the school. The parade which started at 7 o’clock was mostly of masked children with t few adults. Hie prizes were awarded is follows: follows: prettiest, Gary Minzler; ugliest, Randy Minzler; best couple, Judy and James Ci4>- linger as bride and groom, most unusual, Mrs. Raymond Minzler. . Other winners and their prizes; lamp, Mrs. Robert Walker Walker of Reesville; floral arrangement, arrangement, Mrs. E. A. Garrison; sabre saw, Mike Brooks; gift certificate, Tom Woods, Sabina; Sabina; camera, Joe Powell; $50 money dog, Teddy Behling. There were close to 1000 paid admissions and with the unpaid this made quite a few over the 1000. The proceeds «monnted to approximately $1950. Mr. and Mi's. Gayle Zimmerman Zimmerman and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Terrell general co-chairUiB i&d their staff of committees, ere commended for a well organized evening when everybody had a good time. Scheduled The New Vienna Mothera Club 4i obstrving gueat qjght tonight meeting at the home of Mr. and Mri, Sugeiie Drake at 6 91 m.^ Mri. tiogd Garay and Mrf. Vir^nU Hildehrant are the liosteases and they will lead the group to their destination. destination. The Alwaya Fatthful Clasi of the Church ot Christ are holding open house at the new church building Wednesday at 2 p. m. Hostesses are Mrs. Ben Stepp, Mrs. Leslie Gammell and Mrs. Gilbert CapUnger. Leo Watson is dinner chairman chairman for the New Vienna Lions Club dinner meeting at 6:30 p. m. Wednesday at Polly’s Restaurant. Restaurant. The district governor will be present for his annual visitation. Mrs. E. J. Cook will be hostess hostess for the Auburn Woman’s Society of Christian Service, Wednesday at 2 p. m. The Homebuilders Class of the Church of Christ will meet at the new church building Friday Friday at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Estel Daye Jr. will be hosts. Mri. Glenn Southerland and her co-hostesses will welcome members of the WSCS to the Southerland home Friday afternoon afternoon at 2. Mrs. K. A. Kuntzman if program leader. . , The Intermediate Methodist Youth Fellowship is sponsoring the first skating party of the church year Thursday at Washington Washington C. H. Rink. Skating from 7 to 10 p. m. Tickets may ’ e obtained from any Intermediate or at the door. Any one desiring transportation is to call the pastor pastor or at the home of Robert Hodson and Harold Uible. who with their wives are counselors. counselors. Farm Bureau Council No. 35 will meet Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Settlemeyer Settlemeyer at 8 p. m. Mrs. Herman Woodmansee will be hostess to members oi the W^st-Penn-Falrfitld Farm Bureau Advisory Council Satur- dty at 8 p. m. Change of date is to be noted. 'Mrt. Leo Fleming was included included with the women representing Snow' Hill Garden Club at Rt* gion 16 fall meeting of the State Federation ol Garden Cluba Wednesda) at the new Method- iat Church in Washington C. H. BviUUng Fmg The Gilding fund for th? Thomgf Turner femlly collected fron\ churches in this area amounted to mort than $1,20(^ Peraonal Notea Mist Thelma Holmes - spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Holmes. Mias Holmes motored down Playboy products licensing operation, a resort hotel in Jamaica, and a lecture bureau. The company’s product business business last year brought in $743,156 $743,156 on such items as Playboy matches, playing cards, cuff links, tie tacks, braceletes, sweaters and shirts. Not every venture of Playboy has been a success, however. One failure was the short-lived magazine, Show Business Illustrated, Illustrated, which cost the company $2 million in 1961 and 1962. from her home in Bexley Friday Friday evening. Because of the sudden illness of Rev. K. Albert Kuntzman late Saturday evening Mrs. kuntzman filled his place in the pulpit Sunday morning. Miss Carolyn Collier gave as the special special number a piano solo. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mitch«11 Mitch«11 and son Larry were Sunday dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs William R. Mitchell and family of Huber Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Rulon Rulon celebrated Rulon’s birthday anniversary with a covered dish dinner Sunday. Those present were Mrs. Rulon’s brother, Harry Harry Curtis, and the Rulon children, children, Mr. and Mrs. William Rulon and daughters Linda, Marcia and Gayle of Washington Washington C. H., Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rulon and daughter Peggy, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Rulon Rulon and children Paulette and Gordon, all of Wilmington, and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Harubin, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew (Buxton and children Cheryl, Bill and Bob and Mr. and Mrs Robert Streber and children Robyn, Mike, Jeff, Gregg and Gretchen. Gretchen. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crisenberry Crisenberry of Lees Creek, called on Mr. and Mri. Hirry Crisenberry Crisenberry and Mr. William Whitehead Sunday afternoon. Miss Sue Smalley of Cincinnati Cincinnati spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smalley^ A Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Zimmerman was the daughter Miss Carolyn from Cincinnati. Saturday evening guests of Mrs. Gladys Manuel were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Manuel and ■ son Kent of New Carlisle. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ockerman Ockerman and Miss Martha Ann Mc- FiKiden- of Carey town and Homer Bohl were Sunday after- no(Mi eallers on Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Manuel and Debbie and Kevin of near HUlslMro and Mrs. Gladys Manuel -motored to Faiit)oni Sunday when they were guesti of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilmore side of his face and replied, “I AM 10 years younger than I am on the screen.” Nothing much perturbs Greg Peck. He was happily starting his new movie», “Mirige,” which happened to be shooting East Side, West Side and all around the town. At the mo­ Liberal 2 Colleagues WASHINGTON (AP) — A group of liberal House Democrats Democrats has at least two Southern Democrats on a “purge list” for endorsing Republican presidential presidential candidate Barry Goldwater. But if the purge actually materializes materializes in January when the House reconvenes, it will be the first time in history that congressmen congressmen have been punished by their own party for jumping the political fence in a presidential presidential election. In fact, if history runs trua to form, nothing will happen to Rep. Albert W. Watson, DS. DS. C., and Rep. John BeU WU- liams, D-Miss. Both eapie out publicly for Goldwater during the campaign. Both are runnmg unopposed, so will be returned to the House in January. The question raised by Rep. John A.. Blatnlk, D-Mlnn. and other House liberals is whether they should retain their party seniority and committee posts. The Blatnik group, in a statement statement issued before Congress and family. Mrs. Ed Goodwin and Kathy and Mark of Franklin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smalley and M^s Sue from Thursday until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Everhart Everhart were Sunday afternoon callers in the homei of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edwards of Snow Hill and Mrs. Elizabeth Carey of Careytown. • Storage • MASTER S.WalimlSK

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  2. 03 Nov 1964, Tue,
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  • 1964 New Vienna (Ohio) News -Nov.3 — Harold Baker is Mayor; Mrs. Eugene Drake hosts Mothers Club; Mrs. Ben Stepp -Always Faithful Class; Leo Watson Lions Club dinner chairman; Estel Daye, Jr. - Homebuilders Class; Mrs. Glenn Southerland -WSCS; Robert Settlemeyer - Farm Bureau; Robert Rulon celebrates 77th birthday.

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