Â·VMDAT EVENING, AUGUST 1, 1H4 THE COSHOCTON TRIBUNE West Lafayette By NELLIE MeMASTEH M Â·Â·MM* lÂ»rÂ«| A* MJ iJw ft left MEN IN BEBVICB ft-ftft. George D. Nicholson, left day for Camp Maxey, Texas, fter spending a 12-day -furlough irith his wife and her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. F. W. Patterson, Coshoc- on, and his mother, Mrs. George \. Nicholson, Russell av. Wednesday noon Mrs. Nicholson fas hostess to the following guests: l-Sgt. and Mrs. Nicholson, Joseph L DeVore, BeUaire, Mrs. D. M. iaxwell and sons, David, Tom and truce, Westinghouse Heights, Pa., ind Mrs. Sarah DeVore. Sgt. Gerald Poland of Ellington ield Texas, Mr. and, Mrs. Walter Â·oland, Coshocton, were Tuesday 'vening dinner guests of Mr. and ATS. Oscar Porter, West Main st Sgt. Poland is spending a 19-day urlough with his uncle and aunt, Jr. and Mrs. Walter Poland, Cohocton, and friends. PICNIC SUPPER Teachers of the primary dcpart- nent of the Baptist Sunday school, tfiss Jennie B. Burt. Miss Lottie raylor and Mrs. Lee Wiggins, en- ertained the pupils Wednesday sverung with a picnic supper at 3urt park. Stories and games were snjoyed. Those present were Mary Moore, Fune Moore, Frankie Hanzo, Char- Wash Line (USMC photo from NEA) Having laundry trouble? Just join the Marines and forget it. Photo above shows members of Â· Marine assault group on Guam-bound LST.taking advantage of a last opportunity to have clean clothes. They just tost their laundry over the side 'and wash it by trailing it through the 'water at thÂ« end of a line. Conning Center Ready for Use The community canning center which has been set up in the West Lafayette high school vocational agriculture shop is ready for use and will be open to anyone in the West Lafayette or Fresno school district thru Sept. 2. Equipment includes two pressure cookers, each holding 48 No. 2 tin cans. All canning to be done in tin will be for cos price of cans plus one cent each for use of equipment. Those wishing to use the center are requested to call Mr. Hacken- bracht, vocational agriculture instructor, at 3671. A demonstration on canning tomatoes will be given Tuesday evening at 8:30 by Miss Marjorie Colvig, home economics teacher. A large quantity of cans are available. All kinds of equipment except dish towels, salt and sugar are provided at the center. ley Hanzo, Marcie Ronshausen. Lois Smith, Peggy Lohr, Jack Lohr, Bobby Wiggins, Emma Lou Medley, Billy Medley George Lorenz, Stanley Lorenz. WSCS MEETS WSCS of the Plainfield Methodist church met Thursday evening in the church parlors. Miss KXhryn Cook was devotional leader and Miss Mildred Miskimen program leader. Present were Mrs. Zach Baker, Mrs. Lewis Baker, Mrs. W. C. McCoy, Mrs. James Ruby, Mrs. Ralph Addy. HAS INFECTED FOOT Harry Edward Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Norman, Russell av., is confined to his home with an infected right foot. NO CHOIR PRACTICE There will be no junior choir practice in the Trinity Methodist church this week. I PERSONALS I Miss Lillian Hackenbracht returned to Dayton Wednesday evening after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Addison Wiggins and family. Mrs. Anise Welker spent a few days the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robinson, East Mam st. Miss Margaret Hothem, Fresno, was a guest Wednesday night of Miss Lucretia Micko, Oak st. George Balch, Buffalo, N. Y., who spent the past two weeks at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lyons, West Lafayette road, left Wednesday for Newcomerstown to spend a few days with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Balch. Gregor and Lowell Dues have returned to their home at St. Wendelin, O., after spending two weeks with their sister-in-law, Mrs. Wilfred P. Dues, at the home -of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lyons, Coshocton rd. Mrs. Walter B. West and daughter, Mrs. Wayne Rennard, have returned home after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Junior West and daughter, Canton. Mrs. Mary Rennard has returned O No Appointments Tomorrow... I'll Be At Milton's Final Clearance Â· Here's your chance to fill in your summer wardrobe, at really worthwhile savings. All summer dresses arc on sale at our Final Clearance, and we know you'll agree the savings are mighty big. Make a date with yourself, to come to Milton's Final Clearance! Save on Summer Dresses! Save on Spring Coats and Suits! Save up to 1/Â£ OFF and More! Aitttoris 30t MAIN ST. QPP. COURT HOUSE to her horn* la Newcomerstown after a yiiit with her granddaug h- ters, Patricia and Sharon Lynn, Stewart av. Patricia returned home with her grandmother for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loomis and daughter, Marjorie Ann, of Pittsburgh returned home Saturday after a vis't with Mr. and Mrs. Rennison Beall, Ethel and Leland Beall, Fresno road. Mrs. D. M. Maxwell and sons, David, Tom and Bruce, of Westinghouse, Pa., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah DeVore, and sister, Mrs. George B. Nicholson, Russell av. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robinson, East Main st., had as their Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robinson and daughter, Lieutenant Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal Lt. David C. Davis, con of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Davis, Newcomerstown, has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Marilyn, Newcomerstown Route ". and Mr. and Mrs. Ragan Welker, Kimbolton. Mrs. Norman F. Agnew and family of Pennsylvania are visiting her father, Ira B. Mizer, and sister, Miss Helen Mizer, and a brother, S. C. Mizer and family. T. C. Norman, Russell av., who is with the Curtiss-Wright Co., Columbus, is on a business trip to St. Louis, Mo. PAOC Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters, a communication from the air service command in England announced today. He recently passed thru an air service command station enroute to a rejjt camp after 35 missions as a pilot on a B-17 Fortress. He has taken part in the invasion of the continent. He is expected to return to the States soon, where he will visit with his wife, Mrs. Betty Musgrove Davis, and his parents at Newcomerstown. In July, 1942, he enlisted in the* air corps and was called to active duty in January^ 1943. At Lubbock army air field'in Texas he was commissioned a second lieutenant and received his wings. From there he went to Drew field, Tampa, Files Divorce Petition Nettie M. Foster has filed a petition for divorce in common pleas court, charging Clarence J. Foster with gross negelect and extreme cruelty. The couple was married June 16, 1923, at Coshocton and has one child, now adult and married. Mrs. Fotter claims her husband has failed to support her for the past 10 yeai-s and has spent his earnings on liquor. The couple Fla., and Langley field, Va., and was sent overseas in March, 1944. Lt. Davis is a graduate of Newcomerstown high school and was employed at Heller Bros, plant before entering the air corps. separated July 21, 1Â»44. Mrs. Foster is represented by Atty Lloyd S. Leech. Club Notes The Bakersville Busy Stitchers met Friday evening at the home of Wilma Rust. Demonstrations were given by Martha Jane Ott and Rosemary and Betty Ann Hinds. Refreshments were served to six members, the advisor and six guests. Vera Brasswell will be hostess at the next meeting on Aug. 14. DIVORCE GRANTED Ada G. Heath today was granted a divorce in common pleas court from Robert Fleming Heath oa tb* (round of gross neglect Custody of one minor child *u granted the plaintiff, white Mr. Heath was ordered to contribute 110 weekly to he child's support The plaintiff, represented by Atty. Harold E. Hunt, was ordered to pay the costs. Real Estate Transfers Beatrice Rinner to Laura McCormick and husband, lot 19, West Lafayette. Luther C. Hothem and wife to Elmer A. Maurer and wife, SO acres, White Eyes township. A. H. Mast and wife to Harry McClure and wife, lots 25.20 acres. Chile. It may be ninety in the shade, the day youTtead this rhyme; But seasons change, and weather, too, with each' month's passing time. We've planned ahead, we're ready now, with good, warm coats for you, Come make your choice at Forney's, while our stocks are fresh and new! Colorful ALL-WOOL, Expensively Detailed Steady-going, sturdy-wearing coats with all the new detail* that mark them FASHION NEWS 1945' Swocthcart lapel Chesterfields' Flange-front casuals. Top-everythmg boy coats' Gently molded, new-as-tomororw fitted designs. Of cloud- soft all wool Melton or fleece. Interlined. MIRACLE PRICE FOR CLASSICS Wonderfully tailored, go-vuth-everything ^classics . . . 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