Hen news 27Sep1951
possible ;$afi$es In hisi lotttheast^Stifo con gressional district. "This area," he said, "is ideally suited for the manufacture of aluminum aluminum or other .products requiring a combination of power, coal, water and excellent available labor. "I would suggest that this area around Cambridge, Zanesville and Marietta be carefully checked by your organization, or by any industrial industrial concerns which may consult you with "respect to relocation of their plants or the construction of new ones." Power and Water The Ohio Power Co. has one of its major plants on the. Muskingum river, and has started construction of another large plant which Secrest Secrest said "will assure an adequate supply of power for any new major major industrial development." "These are steam plants," Secrest Secrest said, "and Ohio Power has purchased thousands of acres of coal in areas near the plarits, which will assure continuous power development development for more than a century." century." • Secrest told Wilson the government government has built 14 flood control and water conservation dams on the Muskingum's tributaries. "These dams assure a continuous supply of water along the Muskingum Muskingum river and various tributaries," Secrest said. 3> HENRIETTA ® The Farm Women's Club held its September meeting at the home of Mrs. Alfred Schott with Mrs. Frank Twining and Mrs. Harold Emmerich as assisting hostesses. A tureen dinner was served at noon and Mrs. William Brill gave a demonstration of textile painting. The October session will be held in the home of Mrs. Joseph Knoble with Mrs. Daniel Knoble and Mrs. Allen Kendeigh assisting. Members Members are requested to decorate a hat for this meeting and an award will be given for the funniest. Mrs. Donald Haigh was elected president of the WCTU at its September September meeting in the home of Miss Mary Ladrach. Others named were Mrs. Elmer Portman, vice- president; Mrs. Benjamin Bauman, secretary; Mrs. Louise Born, treasurer treasurer and Mrs. Lena Geissendoer- fer, flower mission chairman. Meade Petty will show pictures of Hawaii at the Oct. 2 meeting of Henrietta Grange,, in the local school, jj'un night.'is being planned for Oct. 16 with the following com mittee in charge, Lewis Ladrach, Mrs. Vane Hackett and Margaret Razsor. The Northeast Ohio children's workers conference will be held Saturday in Canton with several local people*in attendance. Emily Howe and Harold Bonnett attended the recent institute planning planning conference at Lakeside. Rally Day will be observed Sunday Sunday in the Henrietta and Birmingham Birmingham Methodist churches. The fall session of the Norwalk District Methodist conference will be held Thursday in Attica, starting starting at 10 a. m. Communion services are being planned for Oct. 7 in the Birmingham Birmingham and Henrietta churches with the Rev. C. A. Riggs, former pastor, pastor, assisting the Rev, Howard Crabtree, present pastor. During their period of maximum growth, young birds consume more than their own weight in food every every day, says the National Geographic Geographic Society. If a growing boy ate like that, he could eat two or three lambs every day. [Arthur McGee May Leave Hospital Bed; Fund Nears $4,000 ELYRIA, Sept. 27—The residents residents of Henrietta who have been busy the past week raising money for the Henrietta Community Project for the Arthur McGee family have received the encouraging encouraging word that McGee's condition continues to improve. -The fund which they have been raising now surpasses $3,600, according according to James Ehrman, chairman chairman of the fund, who explains that here is $400 more to be added to the total, that has not yet been turned in. The date for the community meeting to determine the disposal of the funds has not been set. Ehrman said that the fact that .1 ii imwi i -ivorm win i mm\ •IIMII i I ij III I McGee is irftprovtng %tad may be able to get out of b«d this week, has delayed the meeting.as the committee will now wait to see just what the needs of the family will be. Ehrman made an appeal for a' full bed and bedding to supply it, to be used by the three McGee boys, James 14, •William 11 and John 9, who are living with their uncle James Alexander on Pearl- st in Lorain. The boys and their father* are the only survivors of, a family of nine, victims of a fire which destroyed their home on the Baumhart-rd on Sept. 14. Open Evenings KERBER CHINA and Glassware 422 W. Market St. YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT Big, Bath Size TOWELS TWO for the price of 1! Buy a fluffy heap of these thirsty tenys. 2i69 20x40-in. DRUGS WITH A REPUTATION THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY 162 COLUMBUS Right Reserved to Limit Quantities (-01. Iodine Or Mercurochrome (Limit 1) 50 BOOK MATCHES PAPER NAPKINS BOX 80 1" Woodbury Shampoo OIL WOODBURY SOAP REG. CAKES (Limit 3)..