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2-Kr Cincinnati Enquirer liturtiy, rkmiry JO, I MO INTUT IVI'ION Cold Spring PTA Plans For Election A committee has bee njRiohanJ HainJey and lire. !e!eoled to nominate candidatesjJames Conn. fur office of president, vice Past president honored In-prkeUent, corresiwndinK secre- eluded Mrs. Clifford Gatewwid. . .,.r fpniiM.r nf the Cold Mrs. R. E. MoeUendick, Mrs. SpiSju School ITA. Gordon S. Brytan, Mrs. Cletus Tortine nd Mrs. Eclw&TO 1 Hampton. Tjrf commit tea Include Mr. lYii .KliMtltY, Mr. Ray Gray Jr..:rr. Doucla. Spsrro, Mt w srhnnl V iHIam SUne and Mr. VU-Oyer JCnOOl 0nn, choo prlnrlpnl, J Jirs. Harry Braim, scholar-y(r Spatrn was presented a ship chairman. Sixth District, Ufa life membership at the Kentucky Congress of Parents recent Founders Day meeting'and Teachers, was gut of taUrroup. speaker at the Founders Day ,', ci i CL . meeting of members of the MqcH btyle bnou) Ruth school pta. Ft. ,A mock style show" high- Thomas. 1;;!Hjn the Founders Day meet- Mrs. Braun discussed, "The in;;ormembers of the Fourth. History Of The PTA." Third P:tr School FfA. Coving-Wade students entertained. tore', " iwith a presentation of "Sleep- Pjrtlcipating la the programing Beauty." rre Mrs. Herbert Baker, Mrs. pant presidents of the organ. Johp Fausz, Mrs. Clyde Simp- feation were honored. oti;.3Irs. Douglas Akers, Mrs. , . DT A Jo ihetle Andrews, Mrs. Martin rark AVenue r I f r-VTS. Mrs. Joseph Riley, Mis Cobb, Mrs Jl: Howard waJincrs, .Mrs. r..B Kuntx and Mrs. Vernon Waldenmeyer have been elected to the nominating committee of the Park Avenue School PTA The following past presidents were honored at the groups Founders Day meeting: Mrs Albert Pieman, Mrs. Harold Hilge, Mrs. F. It. Herzog, Mrs. Otto Budig, Mrs. Pete dolus and Mrs. Harold Kohl. Newport PTA Mrs. Harold Kohl and Mrs. Robert Caudill were presented state life memberships at the Founders Day meeting of mernJ bers of the Newport City Coun cil PTA. Also honored as past presidents were Mrs. Harry Braun and Mrs. Francis Herzog. Owens School Sixteen past presidents of croups coasoiidatea into xne Anderson D. Owens Elementary School PTA were honored at the groups Founders Day ' v ? v JT ' '-' v " r ' Honored Allwrt C. Dierckes, son of Mr. and Mr. Albert C. Dierckes, 325 Wallace Ave., Covington, fruis been initiated intoTau Beta Pi. the honorary engineering society. Dierckes, a senior in chemical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Tech-nology, is also a member of Phi l.amixia Tpsilon, the honorary chemical society. He is a 1956 graduate of Holmes High School. ' . ---v t' ' 1 " ( b rrrf-.. HU, I ' A ' at t i 1 -v " -all i "- - - '" - 1 . - - , r ' -1 itMJj lCIub Activities Women' Club To Give $100 Grant To Southgate Student An annual scholarship of SlOOiSouthzate Public School, inter-1 tv Hiifh School. All past presi- has been made available by mem- tested in the teaching profession I dents of the organization wha Planning For Social Mrs. Maragret Nunnelley, left, Mrs. Jean-ette Budde, Mrs. Coletta Eilers and Mrs. Jessie Wallace look over plans for the social sponsored by members of the Dixie Belle TOPS Club (Take Off Pounds Sen sibly). The social will begin at 3 p. m. today in the Mother of God School hall, Covington, and will benefit Our Savior Church, Covington. Covington Elks Ball Tonight For TB And School Funds A list of reservations have been released for the Covington Elks charity ball starting at 9 p. m. tonight at the Elks Hall in Covington. Proceeds from the affair will go toward the Retarded Children's School of Northern Kentucky and to the Elks' state tuberculosis fund. The list includes Doctors and meeting. A donation of $25 Charles J. Fan-ell, Edwin L. II"g- School of Religion, Newport, in V, 'Qull Georse V. Fiaie and their honor. FT. THOMAS HI l-7 TOMOIIT Mitil Civner Otit Ninn "Happy Anniversary" 7 00-:JO Alt Frttd-Jlmmf CltytM "GO JOHNNY GO" 35 ChildriR'i MttiiiM lain i p. m. t44ttt Cclbt-fre MicMurri ; "THE EGG AND I" M luftnt-Olm fit "Imitation General" Naomi Dew Graduates From Union Miss Naomi Jane Dew daughter of Mr. and Mj-s. Wil liam W. Dew, Dayton, is ond of 10 students to complete ; graduation requirements at the mid-term of Linon College Barbounille. Miss Dew will receive a bach elors degree with a major in physical education and a minor , in home economics. During her tenure at Union. Miss Dew was a cheer leader and held membership in the "IT Club, the Union College Chris tian Association and Beta Chi ! Alpha, a social sorority. ELECTRIC CAR HEATERS Ofta 10-SUrt 7-Kiddici fin 412 lm IUD10W JU Mitt TOMGIIT -'""REFORM SCHOOL GIRL" Clwlt Castillo-Erf. (Kaokii) lyrntl "DRAGSTRIP GIRL" - ftl Stiin-Sttvt TirrcH 11-10 40 f ' Miii ilia ill I I, Otbbit Rtvnoldi Glenn Ford Colo'l-'Scopl-9:30 "IT STARTED WITH A KISS" 2. SockHudson-Mf thHytr-7i?5 Colorl BATTLf HYMN" ';riin.l 3. U fWHi 'n' Thrift T1I5 'INCREDIBLE PETRIFIED WORLD" EXTRA! KARTOON KARNIVAl-7:00 Philip Montonfy; Sam A. Hauser. Judges and Mesiunes William K Wehrman and Iklward J. Elliott; Messrs. Thomas O'Mal-ley, Thomas Borros, Paul Schott, George Lange, John Kloentrup, Charles Stroup, Robeit Ratter-man, Georg Albrink, Anthony A. Hornliorst. Messrs. John Wichmann, Charles Megerle, Charles Murray and William Skelton; Mesdames Mary E. Viefh, Dorothy Ruther ford and Eula Johnson; the Misses Kathryn Williamson, Anne Elliston, Bernardine Wich mann, Jeri Wichmann, LaVerne Merkle and Alvina Brinkman. Messrs. and Mesdames Robert Gunning, Robert Wuesr, William Ileeb, Dale Moore, Alvin Reed, Edward Dudderar, Robert Pitts, David Pitts, Julius Wald, James Huddles ton, Hugh Johnson, Albert Word, W. Ray Anderson. Alvin Sellmeyer. , Messrs. and Mesdames Dennis I Daly, Maurice Halpin, Fred Wolnitzek, Robert Wiediman John Meyer, Douglas Mescher. Harry Rivard, Clifford Waller. Al Sule, Fred J. Eilers, Charles Brikenhauer Jr., Lawrence J. Nieman. Messrs. and Mesdames Elmer Kautz, Herbert Steidle, Larry Tillman, Russell Marshall, Reynold Jobert, E. J. Scheper, Ray Owens, Richard Allison, Elmer Muth, Al Schild Jr., Thomas Eilerman, John S teen-ken, Ivan Annear. Messrs. and Mesdames R. L. Buecker, Edward Franxman, Joseph Helmer, Edward Jacobs, Dr, Ledonne, Bimo 'n' Reason By ALICE KEXNELLY ROBERTS . M -. and MO.. "HAPPY ANNIVERSARY" - Bivld Ni..-Mitil Givnar Sun: 3 3J- 55-:U "THE SHEEPMAN" Ttchnlcelr . Sttnn Ford Shirley Midline - Sum J 07-5 00-7:53 MARIANNE"" IllltVUI TOM1.I1T "HELEN OF TROY" Iriiitl. Iirdet 7:00 and 00 SI X., 5IO.V, Tl tS. "NEVER. SO FEW" Frnl. Sinatra Slna lollohrlgidi Sun.. 1:14. 4 47. S 51 Sun Only: "COLOSSUS OF NEW YORK" with Mila Powtn 2:04 and 5:37 GET WELL WISHES, MR. FRED B. BASSMANN (Room 20 J, Jewish Hospital, Cincinnati) "His surgery is over . . . And he's doing very well" . . . This is the good and happy news . . . Which we are pleased to tell , . , For cataracts are troublesome . . . And surgery s no fun . ; . And we ieel certain he is glad . . . That it is past and done . . . His wife is doing teaching . . . And she reads to him each day . . . Newspapers and the many cards . . . Which now have come his way . . . We know his interest is the law ... So, "legally" we'll say , . . "Hereby may all men he informed . . . We wish him well today." Palmer Pauly, William Stephenson, William Fassler, Clarence J. Nienaber, J. M. Telpel, J. V. Horton, Albert Strieker. Messrs. and Mesdames Richard Nienaber, Edward Kuhl- man, Chester Kiser, Irving Widmyer, John Kunzelman, Richard Oettinger, Lloyd Schu ster, Harry- Heidt, Leo J. Browne, Elmer Herzog, Robert Niemeyer, Pete Malone. Charles J. Meyers. Messrs. and Mesdames Wil-lard Burk, Joseph Detzel, Edmund Burdiek, William C. Harding, Nick Carlin, Frank Wichman, James B. Meyer, Hairy Volmering, Hodge Borros, Paul Krummen, Edward I Berberich, Thomas Powell. Wil liam E. Terwort. Messrs. and Mesdames Ed ward Walton, Anthonv Ma- tracia, Ralph Heile, Norbert Hellman, Charles Fedders, Hubert Keuper. William Kloeker Jr., Henry Frohlich. Messrs. and Mesdames Ed ward P. Cooper, Ambrose Putt-mann, Howarc L. Holiday, Frank Schreiner, Jerry Stau- back. Oils Kari7Prp Anrhnnv Sanere, Charles McDonald, I Justin Schneider, Gregory Mrover, josepn vatalaro, Ed ward McGinnisi and F. Brannen. I bers of the Southgate Woman's Club, Any senior high school shutent-resident of Southgate, with a minimum of six years schooling in either St Therese School or Dr. Johnson :New Educator On Centre Staff DANVILLE, Ky., Feb. 19 (Special) Dr. Elizabeth F. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C, has joined the Centre College faculty as visiting professor of modern languages. She is teach ing courses formerly taught by Dr. J. Proctor Knott, who died January 1. Centre faculty members have been teaching his courses. Dr. Johnson served as full professor and head of the modem language department at Winthrop College, Rock Hill, from 1922 to 1955, when she "retired." From 1917 to 1922 she was assistant professor of modern languages at Sweet Briar College in Virginia. Dr. Johnson is a graduate of Goucher College, Baltimore, and holds the master's and doctor of philosophy degrees from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. She also pursued graduate studies in France and Austria, and was named a Johns Hopkins - Fellow for 1915-16. She won the Dean VanMeter Alumna Fellowship of Goucher College for 1916-17 and was poet-laureate of the South Carolina Federation of Women'! Clubs from 1937 to 1940. Johnson twice was presi- may apply. their mothers, were honored. Those wishing further informa- D TO L tion should contact Mrs. Norbert tiOUSe J O ODeaR Duckworth or members of the club. Party For Girls Members of the Newport Circle No. 88, Daughters of Isa bella, are giving a party for the Junior Hall girls at Our Lady of the Highlands School, Ft. Thomas, at 2:30 p. m. tomor row at the sdiool. The party is an annual project for the group. Committee chairmen include Miss Florence Deei-y, Mrs,. Carl Voet, Mrs. Charles Sprit-zky, Mrs. Aurelia Wordeman, Mrs. William Lohr and Mrs. Henry Kroger. Campbell H igh Mrs. Marie Williams, Camp bell County Juvenile Probation; Officer, recently addressed memben of the Future Home- makers of America at their; eighth annual Mottier-Daughter banquet held at Campbell Coun-! Mrs. H. V. Rouse, Fifth District governor, Kentucky Federation of Women'! Cubs, was guest speaker recently at a com bined meeting of memben of the Silver Grove Younger Woman's Club. A Valentine social followed the meeting. Independence A social will be sponsored by members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Independence Volunteer Fire Department at 8:30 p. m. today at the firehouse. Mrs. Roy Edwards is chairman .'or the social. AVON PRODUCTS SSSSf CAN It TOURS A fiw kauri unit I frltndly CMrverae-tian lellina AVON will rtida a teed incana. Call r writa MRS. LAURA SMITH Ht 17777 P.O. lai 747, Ceylnire, Ky. Howard dent of the South Carolina chapter, American Association j of French Teachers, and Is aj past president of the South, Carolina chapter of American Association of University Women. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, she is included in "The: Directory of American Scholars." At the Hour of Need Easing the burden of Your sorrow Is the constant aim of our staff The memory of the thoughtfulness of our staff and the beauty of the final tribute for your loved ones will linger long. Kind gestures, fine professional service, and genuine sincerity are offered by our dignified staff. MIDDENDORF FUNERAL HOMES JOHN W. , MIDDENDORF CHARLES G. MIDDENDORF CLARENCE J. NIENABER 917 Main St., nd 12th and Madison Av. Covington, Ky. Frtt fork In f In our New farlnj tot Kentucky Religious Motes m.t 732 MADISON CONTINUOUS 11-11 AX 1-2403 TODAY AND HUD OVER FOR SUN., MON., TUES. Rack Mudtait DarU Day Tony Randall Thtlmt Rittar "I'll.l.OW TALK" CinanaScaaa Eaitnta Celar MADISON AT 4TH CONTINUOUS It to II HI 1-099S PARKING AT C0PIN-lliERTY 10T TODAY -DOUBLE FEATURE ;tal Minn Sum Kannar r ),h Iramfitld Julia landa J.m.l Damn Htnry Clltin TIIK UKXK I "CRI.MK 4.AI.ST Kill PA !T011VW iOE' GINNING SUNDAY-DOUBLE FEATURE Wlncant avlra Barrvl Hlrl... f J,n" Tn "THE TlXCLER' Robirf Ryaa "ELTI. LE . T II E R. E CK S" TatHaicatar DRIVE-IN Route 2S-42 Florence AT 14500 "ELECTRIC IN-KAR HEATERS" Tonight 1 FULL LENGTH FEATURES AND CARTOON CARNIVAL Randolph Seolt In "THE 7TII CAVALRY" 7:00 Mickay RaanaY Sttva Cachra Manila Via Daran T "THE IIIK J; OPERATOR' j too CARTOON CARNIVAL I 3J David lava Dawn Andartaa "TEE.VIUEHS FROM OTTER SPACE 10 35 IE0INNING SUNDAY-DOUBLE FEATURE WALT DISNEY'S "TniRD MA 0 THE MOLWTALV ' 'DCMBO' Thakalar in Atichial Rannia, )tmn MacArHiur Janat Munra tun.i )S S5 Tachnkalar Sun. i 125 Onlr immm DRIVE-IN DIXIE HIGHWAY PARK HILLS ww III .. Tanlaht Fraa Cal Far Yaf Haatar ! FULL-LENGTH FEATURES AND CARTOON CARNIVAL Vittaf Matvra Yvama DaCarlt "TI.MBCKTl" 7t30 la Sana p David Nia Mltil Oiyner "STEEL BAYONET L "HAPPY .... U ANNIVERSARY S :JS CARTOON CARNIVAL 4:45 10:50 BEST stun usa KENTON COUNTY iSundav School. II a. m. Worship. II a. Immanual Unitad Chunk af Chrlit. Riv-ioic, - Mmd." rnond Kuhnschmidt, pjitor. ChtHcnl St. Jahn Unltal Church af Chritt, Belli-School. 9:30 a.m. WcKShio 10:30 ..m.i yie. Sunday Scliool, 9:20 a. m. Wwahio. topic "Aa fha HeaNitnj Haopv?" 10:45 a. m. I First Church af Gad. Cavingta. Alfred! Flrrt fratbytariaa Church af Dartan. Roh-E. Brown paitor. Sunday School, 10 a. mJart 0. Garden. wH. Sirx)sy Scnool, 9:30 Worsn 11 a. m. 1 1, m. Worship 10:45 a. m. Calvary taallit Church. Calnaan. St. Andraw Eaitcaaal Church. Ft. Thomai, 0. B bstam. pastor, 8.01a School. 9:J0,Alifn Ptrson, pastor. Viorsriio. 8, 9 and j. m Worshio 10:30 f. m. II a. m. Madison Avanua Christian Church. Coy-I Calntrtfatlanal Unitad Church of Chrlit, tnqton Bj'ton A. Johnjon, pastor. uiurch'Newport, iomual WeiKar, pastor. Churtn School 9:30 a.m. Worship. 10:45 a. m.ijSchool. 9:15 a. m. Worshio. 10:30 a. m.i foo.c. "Wht Do fha Disciples Bdiave?" topic, "Pjtnj To oPwer." Erlanow Christian Church. Jamat u ' " ' " " M. Saaia Dastor. Sunday Worshio, 8:30 a.m.: tonic. Mv Wftnrsw. ' First Church tf Christ, Scientist. Cov !lr9fon, iunday School aa Worship, II am, latonia Christian Church, Jeseph D. fill antor. B,b;e School. 9:30 a.m. Worship, 10:30 a.m.) fooic, "Evary Cloud Has a Rantbow." Ft. Mitchell Baptist Church. Clarence lUsserter. paitor. Sunday Scnool, 9:40 a m Worshv 8:'30 and 10:45 a.m. St. Mark United Church af Christ, Cay ington. frai'k C. Schoil oattor. Scnoo4. 9:3 a.m. WorshiD. 10i45 a.m.) toP'C "Dimansiors ot Love." First Christian Church. Cavlnaten, Daniel Packard pustof. Church Stfiool, 9:3C a. m Worshho, 10:45 a.m. Lakeside Presbyterian Church, lakeside Park. Loon Sanbome, pastor. Sunday 1 Sciiool, 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m.) ! tooic, "A Ministry Throuoh Pactnarshin." Tha ludlaw Christian Church, F. Ralph .M'lier, pastor. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Wrshp, 0:45 a.m.) topic, love Finds Wav." I First Presbyterian Church, Cevlnqten C. C. Iw. oastor. Sunday School, 9:30, a.m. Worship. 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 o. m. Eawarth Methadist Church, Cavlnpton, C. C. Tannar, oastor. Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. Worstr. 10:30 a.m. rd 7:30 p.m. I Latania Baptist Church, Thomas Hicks 'Sheiton pastor. W or snip 10:30 a.m. ar.d 7:30 p. m. ! St. Luke Methodist Church. Cevinftan. W S. Mrtcheli, pas'or. Cnurcri pchooi. 9:30 a.m. Worsho. 10:45 a.m. First Church at tha Nirarine, Ceviniten, Laon Cook, pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Worshio 10:45 Zian Evanicllcal Lutheran Church, Park Hilis. Rober' E .Cassell, pastor. Survday School 9:30 a.m. Worshio. 10:45 a. m,; top;c. "For What Shall Wa Pray?" First Baptist Church. Newport. Dudley Pomaroy. pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Worshio 8:30 and 11 a.m.) toox "Swnoar F(dlis." Brighton Street Beptist Chapel, Ncwpan, Henry Marksberry paa'or Sunday School , 9:45 p. m. Worship. 10:55 a. m. South Newpart Baptist Missian, Milton Sum-l. pastor. Sunday Schooi. 9:30 a. m. Worship, 10:45 a. m. CAMPBELL COUNTY First Christian Church. Ft. Thomas. William Coles B:ackweil, oastor. Church School. 9:30 a. m. Worship. 10:50 a. m.i too. "The Character Of love." Tha Southgate Methodist Church. Brute Janes, pastor. Surdv School, 9:30 a. m. Worship. 10:40 a. m.i Iodic. "God Soa.s Todv." First Presbyterian Church. Newpart. Grorie F. Baiwett. oaator. Church School, 9:30 a. m. Worshio, 10:40 a. m. tooic, "The Question Ot Soul-Savmo." Newoprt Baptist Tabernacle, Harmon Elite-ston, oastor. Bibla School, 9:30 a. m. Worshio, 10:30 a. m. Grace Methadist Church, Newpart. W. W. Shama. pastor. Sunday Scnool, 9 30 a. sr. WoTftio. 10:45 a. m. St. John United Church tf Christ. Newport, Edward C. Srnnmo, pastor. Sunoav School. 9:30 a. m. Woishio. 10:30 a. m.: topic, "Jesus Previno For Our Keeoioo." Unitad Church of Christ, Ft. Themes. Waido BarlekamD, pastor. Sunday Scnool, i 9:30 a. m. Worsnio. 8:15 and 10:45 a. m.j Itooit, "Tha Mwnina Of Worship." ' St. Mark Lutheran Church Neweert, J ; Edward Dmkel, pastor. Sunday Scnool, 9 ra. m. Worshio, 10:15 a. m.i topic. "Comino 10 unasalt. ' Asbury Methadist Church. Hifhland Hets , Clarence Krebs, pastor. Sunday School, 9 30 a. m. Worshio 10:40 a. m.i tooic. "This Troubled World." St. John Lutheran Church, Melkeurne. One Emmalnaini, pastor. Sunday School. 9 a. m. Worsh o, 10 a. m.i tooic, "Tha Natural Man." Faith fyantetleal Lutheran Church, (r-langer. Rev. Virg.l L Yohe, pastor. SunOa School, 9:30 a. m. Worship, II a. m.i topic. "Good Soil." First Baptist Church, Cold Sprint, James 0. Coldiron, pastor. Sunday School. 9:30 a. rn. Worshio, 10:40 a. m. and 8 o. m. St. luka Lutheran Church, Cald Sorini, John W. Kerrick. oastor. Sunday School,' 1 9:30 a. m. Worshio, 10:30 a. m.i tooie. "Pwrr In WM"1Pst." 1 First Church of Christ, Scientist, Newport. 1 Former Kentucky A Educator Dies NEW YORK, Feb. 19 fjp). Ser'ices will be held Saturday; ror Dr. John Wesley Carr, the 100-year-old retired Hoosier ed ucator who became known as j the "grand old man of American education." Burial will be! at Flushing. N. Y. i He died in a New York hospital Thursday night after a! short illness. Dr. Carr helped establish Murray State College at Mur-j ray, xy., ana servea as us ujn president from 1923 to 1953. dW TV TV TV XV XV XV XV XV XV XV XV XV XV TV Lafl NmEW -VaV -aBW -fcdBW -Ew -SdBV sBba. sV -aV -eBt. "HUkw aV -dEK -adaV -VsV ' ONE 9 lp rVXr1 I I Your savings ciccount book should be among your most highly regarded of all boob. It spells security, cash for the years ahead, and the financial independence you have always wanted. 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