Ralph at daddy-daughter event.
THE EVENING IXDEPEXDEN'T, MASSILLOX, OHIO;- NINE People?, Uuti: Vloui-r. ll.viry .\Jner Hoaley. T. E. Davh% K Jtan ViVru. \V. II. All-nun M. L Suirorvillc' and H. .V —H. Jr. AI pell. J. K: Kiehl X. A. Ywiev, K. l> \Vilhur Maybausl*. 1 ? - \V. Che .lusticv. \V. :'iiiloi>'.T, Harve> U'iliard HI>IW:I. H. A.-ISeinlcy, U. .N"stnr, \\. Uetwiler, Tiinney. S-ain Rai'.icvvic, .1. A. K .C. Vixler, I'. \V. Plance. I.eo. Stitz, Uavmond John Kenny. Vnlentinn il'av, • Lloyd Warst lor. Joe Hay Manse. A. \V. RoiMl, l.ainoreai:.x. Harry Hart. n. \Vil- Rjilsh• V. el>l>. I. n. Conu-er, .l«hn PveU J. Ga\vard?, Frtd Uohn. \Vertz. .lan-.ps Rover, 'A. J. Hit hi, Robert-Couper. ROACH TRIAL DATE March 12 (£>)—The trial Roach, charged with first murder in connection with the Bert .McMahon, was set April 26. DOYLESTOWN The father and daughter banquet, held in" the recreation room, under j (he sponsorship of the finance committee committee and board of stewards of the Methodist church, was attended by 1£5 fathers', • daughters • Mid .guests. The. Rev. A.. George Whiteman wa-> the toastmaster. The Rev. 'John . E. Sawders gave the invocation. Toasts were given by Ralph' Sheedy and Geraldine 'Ar.'.t. The guest -reader was Miss Jean Miller, of Akron, and the guest aecordinist, Miss Elene McKay. McKay. of Akron The speake 1 . 1 , the Rev. Norm Ward, of. Wadsworth, formerly of-'-Argentina, .gave a talk on life and customs .of Argentina and. Paraguay. Miss Emilie ' Sea'ver and Sidney . L. Miller accompanied -group sin-riir;. F. Strole was general chairman. Hon|or Hon|or was paid .to-Charles. Lepley who atteiitei -with his five'riR'ugiuers.- 'Msjnbers of Chippewa grange No. 1112 'presented a piny,'"Three Taps At'. Twelve.". Monday evonius in the Mjh school auditorium. The production production \yas under the direction of Mrs. B.. E.-Senyer. Included in. the cast \vcre -Warren Myers, George' Myers, Hugh Johnston, Clark Allen, O. V. Slate, Richard Ault, Mrs. Janice Hardgrove, Mrs. Dorothy Kerr, and Miss Jeanne Lanclls. The funeral of Philip M. Harman, 78, \\a-s held Wednesday, at 9:30 a. in., nt St. I'cter and Paul's church. Interment was made in the church cemetery. Mr. Harmon had lived In this vicinity for 32 years. He is sur r vived by his two sons, Charles, of' Doylestown, William, of Sterling; and four daughters, Mrs. Clara Petit, Mrs. Beitha Dannemiller and Mrs. Marls Raridon, of Doylestown; and Mrs. Lucy Myers, of Barberton; 26 grandchildren grandchildren and two great grandchildren. BUY JQUX Diamond BEFORE The Price Rise!