Mr. & Mrs. Grover Harmon, daughters, Wauneta & Janice & son, Harold.
Conference Held Here and Mrs. Sumner Adams and Harold, Mr. and Airs. T. O. and son/Thomas, New Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. William Burch. daughter, Sue, Chillicothe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mueller, Mr. and Charles Burch and daughters, and Rose Lee and son, Thomas, Mrs. Delia Wells, Miss Grace Welis, Cleveland, Mrs. Grover Harmon daughters, Wauneta and Janice son, Harold. M iss Ruth Schroeder, Girl Scout \ Regional Director, was in Cosh- j octon Thursday conferring with the local Girl Scout council members about, plans for a fall training course for leaders. The following council members were present at the meeting, which was held in the library: Mrs. Floyd Holl, commissioner, Mrs. Arthur O. Davis, Mrs. Carl Shields, Mrs. J. A. Guerard, Mrs. Jack Herrington, Mrs. Gaylord Hancock and Miss Margaret Sahling. An advanced troop progress course will be started by Miss Schroeder beginning on Monday, October 26, and continuing thru Thursday. Techniques of several subjects will be presented by Miss Schroeder and The W. M. S. of the United Brethren church met with Mrs. T. Thompson Thursday evening. Airs. D. W. Bassett led the on "Abundant Life for Porto Rico and Santo Domingo." Present were Mrs. W. H. Ross, O. E. Boor, Mrs. D. E. Johnson. C. W. Balyeat, Mrs. W. L. Bontrager, Mrs. Mary Tubbs, Mrs. Glen Tish, Mrs. William LaSerre, Mrs. E. Cooper, Mrs. Grace Michael, Estella Smith, Mrs. J. T. Thompson, Miss Amanda Leavengood, Miss Dorothy Arbogast, members; Mrs. Lucy Sturtz, Mrs. Emmett Kirkpat- rick, Mrs. Patty Log guests. PICTURE TO BE SHOWN AT CATHOLIC OUTING One of the few religious pictures endorsed by the Catholic church, "The Cloistered," an authentic drama" depicting convent life, will be shown for the first time in this carried on thru the two weeks fol- j P art of ohio a t the Catholic day lowing by specialists in each of the ! outin S at Buckeye Lake next Wed- fieids studied. The.Â£e will include ! nescia '- It $1 be shown continuously crafts, nature study, folk dancing, j stani ng at noon, dramatics and music. ' ' | Other features of the program The group also discussed plans | wU1 be blind b Â°S ie golf at Harbor for the annual meeting in October. ! HUls ' Softball games, wrestling by ' ' the Columbus police department, casting, swimming and diving con- and made tentative arrangements for attending the National Girl Scout convention which will be held October 1-1 to 16 in .Cincinnati. tests. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davies. Caldwell, will return to their home Sunday, after a visit, with the latter's | pi/\nvFIELD sister, Mrs. Leila Marshall, 742 Main ' st. 4-H Club Notes Miss Iva Bouvier and Miss Mary Askrens will leave Saturday for a week's vacation at Lakeside. Mrs. Delia Wens nas gone to Pennsylvania for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Charles Burch and Mrs. Elsie Adams. Chicago, 111., spent Tuesday with Mrs. Grover Harmon. Rev. and Mrs.' J. O. Phillips. NEEDLEWORKERS Lorena Den- presided at the | meeting Thursday at the school. "A Stitch 1 Have Used and Where," was the answer to roll call. The following were appointed for the meeting Thursday: recreation, Glenna Broadwater and Lorena Derr; refreshments. Nelle Gallon and Edith Schweitzer: demonstration of various seams, Lorena Derr. Refreshments were served by Margene Welker and Lucy Dale Duiing to Mrs. Kay Magness and , committees Yakima, Wash., were recent guests ; Irene Duiing, leaders: Anna Louise of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Harmon. ! Roahrjg, Jean Meeks, Mary Lou and Mrs spectively at the Adams family re- i union held at Coshocton Lake Park. ! A basket dinner was served at j noon to the following: Mrs, Elsie i Adams and daughters. Grace and j Helen, and son. George. Mr. and Church News EMMANUEL LUTHERAN 0 ^. _,_. ,,,,,, . Members of the congregation will j Mrs. Kinkade and Mrs. Sara Kissel, ! visit the Oesterlen orphans Chicago, 111., Mr. and Mrs. E. J. : Springfield Sunday morning. There THE Adams and sons, John, Stanley, and J will be no worship service at l Ma JÂ° r Merrell and daughter, Doris, Mr.! church.