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for be the for March by of a with colds, local tract. an the about Mild with cases Walnut st. entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Wharton and Mrs. J. R. Karr held top scores for guests and members, while second high score for members was held by Mrs. W. H. Vinsel ,Mrs. William Coffman was consoled. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Studer, Norfolk, were week-end guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Powers. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Powers entertained entertained at dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cleland, who will leave this week for their new home near Dayton. · '»-- . Mrs. W. Roy Miller, 526 Pine st. entertained her card club and one guest, Mrs. Ada Gross, Tuesday Tuesday evening. Mrs. Homer Daniels, Mrs. John Bown and Mrs. Jay Murphy held high, second and low scores. Mrs. Murphy wil Ibe hostess to the club in two weeks. Mrs. John Lennon led devotionals devotionals when the Delta Alpha class of the Main st. Church of Christ met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Myrtle Oldham, 1101 Orchard st. Mrs. C. Lynn White, Mrs. Jess Shaw and Mrs. Frank Page were assistants. Mrs. Page had charge of the program. Refreshments were served served to 21 members and three guests. The next meeting will be March 30 with Mrs. Vernon Adams, Denman Denman av. Stone Creek parish of Lutheran men will meet Thursday at 7:30, EWT, at St. John's Lutheran church, Baltic. Motion pictures of the Oesterlen children's home in Springfield will be shown. Mrs. Scharf, Baltic, will give a brief talk on "The Use of Lent.' 1 The men of the Baltic Lutheran church will serve refreshments. Delegations of men will be present from the Lutheran congregations at Stone Creek, Evans Creek. Chili and Burkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Lockard. Fresno, announce the engagement of their daughter, Claudie Jevene. to Staff Sgt. Richard J. Baloun. Highmore, S. D. Miss Lockard is a graduate of Fresno high school and Bliss Bu.^i- ness college, Columbus. She is em- ployed in the U. S. district court, Columbus. . Staff Sgt. Baloun is a graduate of Seneca high school and previous to entering the air co.rps attended Northern Teachers' college, Aberdeen, Aberdeen, S. D. He is stationed at Camp Picket, Va. No date has been announced the wedding. Miss Nancy Lybarger returned to Springfield Tuesday evening after a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Lybarger, Cambridge rd. Major C. E. Ditmar'of the Salvation Salvation Army led the devotionals when the Coshocton county Ministerial Ministerial Association met at the YWCA Monday afternoon. Rev. Arthur Staples gave a paper paper on "The Minister's Preparation for Lent." Rev. J. I. Moore led discussion following. Rev. L. M. Riggle presided in absence of the president, Rev. C. Lynn White. At a meeting of the City ministers, ministers, with the president, Rev. M. Higgins presiding, the following committee was named for plans for the Holy week and Good Friday services which will be held Trinity Episcopal church: Rev. Riggle, Rev. Higgins and Rev. S. Kanaga. Hope Circle Bible class of the Park av. U. B. church will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. with Walter Bonificld, South Lawn av. Mrs. Grace Michael and Mrs. Reuben Summers wil Ibe assistants. Miss Mary Evelyn Henderson and nephew, William H. Henderson Henderson Jr., left Monday evening for Sacramento, Calif., after a two weeks' visit with the, former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson, Henderson, Cambridge rd. They were accompanied by Miss Ruth McCoy, this city. Mrs. Fred C. Smuck and children. children. Richard and S u z a Springfield, will arrive Thursday to visit over the week-end with the former's mother, Mrs. H. L. Richardson. North Eighth st. Mr. Schmuck will join his wife and family Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Andy Krasky,

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  1. The Coshocton Tribune,
  2. 24 Feb 1943, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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