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 - one probate Thursday. John Buwilir.g, of...
one probate Thursday. John Buwilir.g, of Hamilton, gives his «tato to his two sons. Gcoiigc J. Buehling and Oarl E. Duehling and -tames -hem exeintors wlUiont bond. Tlie will Is doted July 2, 1923. f. O. O. F. In Session Final plans were ann.imic«l ?.t the meeting of Hamilton 'odge. ND. 11, I. O. O. P., Wednesday evening, evening, for the joint Installation of officers of nil the 10 I. O. O. F. :gos in Hutler cours-.y Tuv.ioday evening. January 15. S3 lhe Broke IJji Furnilurc isuac Bowlln, 317 South A stwwl Is defcndfint in a suit for 'llvircs brouglit in conunon pleas c?wt Wednesday by Hannah Uowlm. 'Hiey were niarried July r. 103-3. She cliarges neglect mul savs be \TOLild boccme Intoxicant:! :\ivl break Is 5 130 Atimi Topic: ftcv. W. G. Farmer will preach on "Procrastination or Po.'ly of Delay" Delay" on Thursday 7:30 p. m. at tho revival being held In Baldwin's Hall, 1025 Hanover street. Sic.reoption pictures will also be shown nn "Tnc Creation of the World" and a special special musical service, Including selections selections by nn Instrumental duet and vocxvl quartet, will precede tho preaching. District L. O. O. M. I'arlev Twelve officers of Hatnil'.on iodse. No. 36. Loj-nl Order r/T Moose. !i e to go to Dayton this eventng: to attend attend a special meeting ·! .ill oHl- cers of lodges of District Mo. 1, It was announced at the meeting of Hamilton lodge. No. 36. L. O. O. M., Wednesday evening. Several applications for membership -.verc received. street, · also reported missing, feet 2 inches tall, welglis pounds, has light complexion, hair and Is wearing a red coat red hat. Two Abandoned Autos Two abandoned automobile vere lowed to police headquartoLx Thursday. Officer Hertsrc Cronthers found an Overland coach bearing Oxford license lags wh'.nh had beer. siandlnj for two Gays at ICalm avenue and Grivnd Boulevard. A Chevrolet coupe, bearing Cincinnati licenue tags was found abandoned near the fah'gi-ounds. DEATHS CHARLES SVUINGMAN* Charles Springman, 61, of 213 Owen street, lughjy respected real- dent of Hamilton, diet! 'I'hursday 9:07 a. m., at Mercy hospital of complications of diseases. He had been a. resident of Hamilton all life and was well-known In this city. He is survived widow, Mursnrt by tho bereave-:! Springmaii; two lit List of Missing Two names were added to the police bureau of missing persons Thursday. Virgil Morrta, 10, son of Emma Morris. 1206 Aael avenue. left home on Ills bicycle Wednesday Wednesday and did not return. He weighs 100 pounds, ha.s light complexion, llfflvt hair nnd \vns wearing i mi sweater and slicker. Anna Burns, 15. or 430 txng sons, Stanley and Cliarlcs Springman; Springman; three dauBhtej-s, Mrs. Marli Walkc, ot Middlctoivn, Ifrs. E. E. Bailey, of Mt. Vemon. fnd., n:\d Mrs. Richard Goebel, of Hamilton; one slepfon, Herbert Poppel; two j)tlaugltf;!;, Mrs. Louise Shlc): and Mrs. John Wenzel; 21 grandchildren; grandchildren; one broiler, John Springman Springman .of Fremont; one sister, Mrs. Prank Davis, of Indianapolis. Ind., besides many other relatives and friends. Funeral services will bo conducted conducted Saturday at 8:30 a. m . , liome, with services In St. Joseph church at H a. tu. Interment «-ili be made in St. Stephen cemetery. WILLIAM SCHORR. William Schurr, 77, native Hamilton Hamilton resident and market master for a number of years, died at hom-3, 20 Wilson street, lat« yesterday yesterday afternoon following an ill- nc^s of several years, He had only been confined to his bed, however, for two weeks. Mr. Schorr was bom in Hamilton Hamilton and for a score of years conducted

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  1. The Journal News,
  2. 08 Jan 1931, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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