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Hayner - Midshipman Mr. and Mrs. Wil Miss Jean Nichols....
Midshipman Mr. and Mrs. Wil Miss Jean Nichols. of the Congre church will hold business meet at elgnt parlor, when a urged. victory of the club over the u Mr. and Mrs. the team friends to theii TJrbana pike Mr. and Mrs Included Mr Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Frank Mrs. Oscar Von Marion Lan - Mrs. Earl Me - Stanley is - enaaii, Jenkins, Mr. Miss Kath - Young, Elmer Charles Vogt, Cyphers and Patrons Honored 320, O. E. S., matrons and patrons in the Masonic regular meeting candidates, a by the wortny Polasky, it matrons and to the east oi nonur. a. "The Star of presented by the The Worthy chosen words, officer for her and in behalf presented each the beautiful selection by and a solo by At the present officers pleasant surprise with gifts Carl uram wno from Cali Gavin making of the chap - The next regular meeting of the Guild will be October 5, when arrangements arrangements will be made to attend the Dayton Convocation. School Reunion at Fountain Park Sunday Former students of No. 9 Washington Washington township school, who were pupils of Mrs. L. E. St. John (Nora Wilkinson) of Troy, will gather for a reunion at Fountain park, Sunday morning, September 13. Their families are invited, and they are reminded to bring a basket lunch. For Bride Elect Honoring Miss Burdell Palmer whose marriage to Jack Hott, of Piqua, will be an event of the near future, Miss Mary Kathryn Sturgeon Sturgeon arid Miss Mary Ellen Botkin entertained Wednesday evening with a miscellaneous shower at the former's home in North Ash street. A delightful evening was spent in playing 500 in which Miss Shirley Bowman and Miss Virginia Dine won the prizes for high scores. Miss Palmer received some useful and beautiful gifts from her friends, who included the Misses Lucy and Lois Botkin, Betty Fissel, Shirley Bowman, Bowman, Virginia Dine, Ruth. Gleaves, Ruth Palmer, Rose Diedrich, Mrs. Elmer Gilmore, Mrs. Louie Sturgeon, Mrs. Joel Hoge of New Knoxville and the hostesses. A delicious lunch was served. St. Marys Leader. Hayner - Hoover Nuptials Miss Rowena Hayner was given in marriage to Robert Hoover by her father, George M. Hayner, at 11:45 o'clock Wednesday morning in the Hayner home, 21 North Walnut street, Troy. The lines of the single ring service were impressively recited recited by Rev. Upton B. Thomas, rector of Trinity Episcopal church, in the presence of a group of close relatives and intimate friends. The bride's costume was fashioned fashioned from brown wool crepe and she wore matching accessories and a shoulder corsage of white roses and baby breath. Following the ceremony a wedding wedding breakfast was served" in the Hayner home after which Mr. and Mrs. Hoover left on a motor tour. They will be at home to their friends after September 14 in Apartment 8, Pearson court, Troy. Those present at the home wedding wedding and breakfast were Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hayner and daughter, daughter, Miss Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hoover and son, Max, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hayner, Miss Bess Hayner and Mr. and Mrs. George Hayner of Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hayner and son, Bobby, of Hamilton, Hamilton, Mrs. Caroline Hayner, Mr. and Mrs. John Fagan, Mrs. W. H. Ritter, Mrs. Frank Henne, Mrs. W. H Maier, Mrs. Craig Cairns and Miss Mary Jane Fagan. Troy Daily flews. (Additional Society on Page 11) PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Peffer and daughter, Catherine Ann, and Mrs. Carl Schnell have returned from a motor trip to Detroit and Dearborn. The Misses Alice Ellerman, Nancy Ashton and Betty Stone have left for Athens, Ohio, to enter their freshman year at Ohio University Robert Long, son of Mr. and Mrs Simon Long, leaves Saturday to begin begin his junior year at Capital university university in Columbus. Friends are hoping for the speedy recovery oi Airs, sen rack, Jackson street, who is seriously ill at Memorial nospitai. The Misses Katherine Hunt, Betty Betty Peffer, Lorma Soerhoff and Lawrence Lange are enrolled at Miami Jacobs Business college in Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Trestle have returned home from a trip to Get tysburg, Pa. Miss Dorothy Youtsey has return ed home after spending the past weeK in uroana at. trie nome oi Mr and Mrs. Gail Ports. Miss Frances Kuhn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Kuhn, 903 Clark avenue, will leave Sunday for Bowling Green state university, where she will specialize in kindergarten kindergarten work. Miss Kuhn is a graduate graduate of the Sidney High school. Dr. V. r, pastor of the Greene Street M. E. church, is in Toledo this week attending the Methodist Episcopal conference being being held there. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Trostel and children, Caroline and Dickie, motored motored to Columbus Thursday after -

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  1. The Piqua Daily Call,
  2. 11 Sep 1936, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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