Ethel Oney

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Ethel Oney - Wellington By CORA M. 523 Barker St. SIIKI'ARD...
Wellington By CORA M. 523 Barker St. SIIKI'ARD I'honc 21 I'dt Delivery Service Call FAITH WARE Herrlck Ave. West IMionf 42-L 110 AT FOOTBALL BANQL'KT WELLINGTON.—The dining room of. the First Congregational church, j was the. scene of a turkey dinner With all the 'trimmings on Friday evening, when ihe annual football banquet bert Cn.-sldy. pastor of. the First 'Methodist ' church, . gave tlic welcome welcome address and Rev. Rcedet _. was held. Approximately 110 were present lo enjoy the din- which was pul, on by the mothers of the football players. Mrs. E. J. Massard was general chairman of the dinner; Maurice PerkiTi?, dintnj; ' Harvey .Myei;s. chairman of the board of the Church of Christ, gave and the church as a whole. Mrs. E. L. Sharp of' the First Methodist church, .and .Mrs. E. F. Schwankc. of the Chtirch of Ihe Nazarene, and Curtis Howe of the Mr?.! church of Christ, offered yp 1 -'" 1 fc- mom | lections. "•' "," chairman and Mrs. \V. U. Carle, j Floyd Olsen was master of cere- kitchen chairman. Supc-rintendent i nionies und "group tinginK 'was led Arnold Kiplinger of the school, was j by Die Rpv. McDonald of Shemm- loastmaster. Fathers and several ] doah. • ' members of faculty were , family Mjhl Mr. and Mrs. Frunklyn Wright. Adams street, were host und hoktcsi to'the faniily night parly Saturday evening, 'for members of the Scy- more club and their families. I'lay- ing of pinochle and pedro was the diversion. The hostess served re- invited guests. The five tables were attractively centered with miniature football players. The high school colors of red and while were also used for decoration. The speakers' table- was centered witll a large picture of the football squad, .with a school « fre.ihninits-. flag and ihe United Slates flag on j ,>| Pr t Wilh Miss .IVilbcck cither side, ".' Herrnck Unit members met Fri- The program included a talk by day evening wilh Miss Kathryn E. -L, Henes, who gave the record • Witbeck, Herrlck d^cnuu East. The of the learn this year. as.compared \ u.sual sowing and fancy work was to the'record of past years. , {enjoyed. Refreshments were served The Rev, L. E. Werner, pastor i by ihe hostess. Next meeting is of the First Congregational church | on November 30 with Mrs. Homer gave a congratulatory talk in behalf | Barbe. .. of Ihe fop'lball players and their j Receives coach Russell Kepler. Mrs. Massard Massard gave the welcome lo tho fool, ball boys, and Neil Gibbins, captain captain of ihe team, responded. Coach Kepler responded with fit- ling remarks when presented a pen and pencil set by the players. Following ihe banquet dinner and Harold G. Buncwlt, son of Mrs. Charles sdhepard, Johns street, returned returned home Saturday morning wilh u discharge from Ihe Army. Bonu- wit, who was a corporal, entered service December 26. 1941, trained at Fort Knox. Kentucky, Camp ' '; 1 j j I : program, Young. Indio, Cwl., Fort Jackson, most.of those present at-j S,'C. .mid Fort Mearte, M.d. Went 'overseas in April, Ifl-H, where he saw service in a numbef of bailies 'in the European Theater. He returned lo the States, Sunday, November II, and, was honorably discharged at Indianiown Gap, Pa., last Friday. Before entering service, Boncwjl j I wus employed for C. L. as a Iruck lended ihe Parents' .Music club dunce at the school auditorium, Out Go Uilits Most Wellington folks were without without lights about three minutes Saturday Saturday night, when a transformer on Wheeling avenue was put out of commission by the lightning storm. 100 Attend Inception Approximately 100 members and friends were on hand for the ri'ccp- j lion in recognition of thp IIPW mm- j istcr, ihe Rev. Frank Kecder and ; his family, at the Church of Christ, Friday evening. The event was sponsored by the Dorcas society of < the church. I A supper in charge of Mrs. 'Ktht'l , Oney. .Mrs. Florence Shepherd and i Airs. Gladys pleasing. Mrs. Emma j Moore, Mrs. George Carey. Mrs. r>. J. Olsen and Mrs. Uoola Howe. •••- Mrs. Charles Patrick was t-« For the program which followed . from her. home in Sullivan.'to ! the dinner, a quarlol from Shciwiit j hospiUil Sunday morning, in doah furnished music; (he Rev. Her-1 ambulance. driver. He was among the first lo pntL'f service from Wellington. ISirlh Of SDH Mr. and Mis. Don Fi-rri'll. Buffalo, N. Y-. announce ilu> birth pi a sun. weighing^ 10 pounds and nine uunces, November H. He has be'en named Michaol. Mrs. Forri-st Fcr- rcll, Barker Mrcei. !<> in Buffalo, caring for her daughU'r-m-law and grandson. •V

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  1. The Chronicle-Telegram,
  2. 19 Nov 1945, Mon,
  3. Page 15

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