Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio on November 27, 1957 · Page 11
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Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 11

Marysville, Ohio
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Wednesday, November 27, 1957
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Account line • faxpay. era can tgiwrVowe Ittw fa the 1967 federaj Incom* ts&.'lorntt *>• the Sne requiring', KemteaUon of ex- t>ense accounts.', The government-, has 'dropped !th6 requirement for .listing «x< tense receipts, Hfhdugh the query will remain on. the { ta Jh* e-Al •'• '-..-. ' InUfnal Revenue Commissioner Russell C.. Harrington" said the Itemizafloh ''wbuTd place too great a burden on many taxpayers" bes cause it was announced so late In i|he Hartington however, that taxpayers should keep ' accu- vate recbrdron flielt' eSpefise ac eounts for the li'4ontha l *tartlng ban. 1 ' W thdt T* i«fi tinH later Jrears *hey . will be to % position lo supply expense raccount Wor- hiatloft" toJh : Tho tax chief alio said !taxpay- fers would be <h« customary jnfc to their returtis a separate lisUng of deductible ebcpehses for iWMch they jeceived,™) i^unburse- Jtvent ir'ofn .their, employers. .Ths iapplies .principally to self-em * ' persons, Mllfotd Centar Elementary, High School Pupils by tin !«*» Young; Silver and Ohio Vole*, by Mrs. Cora Madden; "A tlfl (or Uvlng" by Carrie Bliiwp, There will also b« will , tobooi will pr* sent A Chftttflia* show at 8 p.m. >ec. 10 In the sehobl auditorium. The program wilt consist of carols and Other Christmas music, Part twill consist'of Instrumen- al numbers given by tha rhythm >and, a group df first and second graders; the beginner* band, four- Jh, flfUi, and sixth graders; and the Junior band, sixth and .seventh graders;- ''•;,*•:•'-' •' : '-' ' \ ', Vsti 'II iWU -be vocal numbers telling of^ Christmas around the world j" 1 " first -grade, Germany; second grades-Holland; third grade Russia;. fourth grade, France; fifth grade, England-sixth ^rade, : JHr, *nd Mrs, John 4 * Harrington's statement ended a toonth .of confusion and consterna ^tlon amohg tastpayers-whose •bust- mesa .expenses are .reimbursed by weir employers.;' ; ;, >.'\'.^ ..'.-.. Iff.? All JdHANNBSBiURd, Sotith, Africa |UP)—A railroad engineer,- burst- 4ng with-pride over his new farm, Decided to-'name, it after -hhnself. lie .calls .it the Maximilian Raoul feentlnck Bourbfln - Montpensler jChalous Frisco- Kennedy Van Dam Isselt .fee Flrsen'Farm* :<-".>• for a bake sale Deo. 13.' ^ Member* present were Mrs. Herbert Young, Mrs, Edward Agner, Mrs. Robert txrwry, Mrs. Ralph Irtgram, Wrt, ,'ttarl Clemans, Mrs. Durello Gabriel, Mrs. Carol Poland, Miss Rachel Robinson, Mrs. Elden Orlgg. 'Mrs. PhD Cleniafi8, Mr*. WilllaM Pay- he and-Mrs. Rldhbrd Morgan Stork'ifutwer Held • --••.":;',.'•' - ; . '' Mr*. Rotiet -Graves end Mrs. Andy /Payne entertained Thursday evening at'the former's home with a Stotk shower in honor of Mrs. Robert Homsher. Those • who attended were Mrs. John Gabriel, ,..._..- Mrs. Ed Reed, Mrs. C. B..Wood, seventh gradev -United Miss Helen ^ood, Mrj.<31yde Jen- S t te l r % '& • ', L _C_^ v k Hns - Mrs. .*****»*». Mrs. Part n Choral Humbert by the sVeath .and eighth grades. ThfetJhlon Local high school will presedt IB .Chrljtmas program <on Dec. 18 consisting bf-bobd num-' tate the mWed chorus, the Chora, leers, aftd the BoysXJlee Club, ^hfettalns Rriage CWb " '- ; Mrs. Vern Howard entertained the-Hi Jinx Bridge Club with a buffet supper and gift exchange Monday evening: -Those" who - at 1 tended were I&-S. -Hazel Besgrove,,Mrs. Deah Boylari, Mrs. Hobart Coe, Mrs. Jdhn DeVoss, Mrs. Ellas Erb, Mrs, LaVelle Horn Mrs. CbheHowara.TMrs. fi.H. Kef- tier. Mrs, Philip Lincoln,, Mrs Elmer: Ohnsman; 'Mrs: -Ellsworth Ohnsman, Mrs. Edith Orahood, Mrs,.Glenn ^Stllllngs, .Mrs.. Walter be Thanksgiving Day "guest* of Mr. *M Wt. r Dtn(on Pulllnh In. Marysvilie. Stinvfay they called on Mr*. Wdfton E^dtts in Umonville Cejlter. Mfs. Evans Is ill. 1 Mr. and Mrs, Walter Barnhart, of DayWn, were weekend guests of Mr, anil, Mrs. Hobart Coe. . . Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs Charles Wood.and Helen Mr. and Mrs?*I. D. Wood of Rich- Wood. Mrs. Wood and Helen were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Wood and .children in Springfield. . > > Wrs Walter HarrU and Mr*, lid- 1th Orahood were Thursday evening dinner gusts of Mrs. H. fl tCettler..' Mrs. H. H. Kettler was a week twr brother-in-law . Mr. and Mr*. Frank' Noggfe and and sitter, Mr and Mr*. Clar rtice Duckwortii.Hl Sidney and «t> *ftdcd Biff jWoalhg iSnd rfejcptldrt of the tatter'* gttindson, Mr, Ro- jert firantlgjun, a"t the Pcmber- ion McthodUt church Saturday evening. / • Mr. and Mrs, Prank Reilky, Jr., Mr. and Mr*. John Wlblc, Mr. and Mr*. Robert StraUbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Miller, Dr. and Mrs. Walter .feurt and Mr. and Mrs. Walt*r Burns Jr., attended th« Ohio State-Michigan game Saturday. . ,"!.•••;•"-''•': ''• ! " Mr. THairy Barger Is* in Memo- Hal Hospital as « result of an injury to fits band, ft was caught in a com picket Saturday. Mr. arid Mrs. Rowland Bishop, attended the funeral of Mr. E.F. tUttenour at the North Broad- Way Methodist chiirch Sunday ev- ShiHg. Mr. Rittenour was the for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gofgai and Cary Homaher. Mr.- and Mrs, Cat- ol Homsher, Mary to, and Jane tner president,of the Ohio Farm . be Thftiftsg^inff Hlnrtof :g u'« t t % of Mr v and Mrs. Robert Graver, Mm" EdRli Orafceod Was a Monday dinner gtftitt df Mr*. Bernlce Rice. In the afternoon they were callers of Mrs, HcWitt TJfotfs, in South Charleston, and. Mrs. 'Clara Cooper, in SprlngilleW Miss 'Susan Besgrove, Miss Linda Huffman rfifd Mis* Janet Bishop will leave Saturday to attend the National 4-H club Congress, having qualified for t h {« trip as a result of their work in 4-H program. Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Bishop attended, the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation Convention held at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, Monday through Wed* nesday. Mrs. Louis Bumgardner and Marlyn Ann Burw were -Friday dinner guests of /Mr. and :Mrs. Bfli*. :«f TlfE -Charlwttm, -*ffl » Thanksgiving 'dinner guests at, Mr. andMrs. fioinsher. iMrs. Mary Whlfiiey,- of Marys- rilie; Mrs. Vent Howard and Sun- Mrs. -Kermlt Greendsen and Mr. <ind Mrs. Douglas Reid of Bowling Green will be Thanksgiving day guests of Mr; nd- Mrs. E. E>. R«id in Toledo. . 'John Jordan, Mrs. Dan fiby and Mrs, Fred Thiergartner were in Columbus Monday. Mr. «nd i&s. Rufus Boy«V of XcnJa, 'were 'Saturday guests of fir rind Mrs. "Ifartiel .BesgroVe and daughters. 'Mr. and Mrs. Reed Neer attended the National Saving and Loan Convention^ Chicago but week. Mr. Raymond Chappelear, Ron Payne, and Larry Agner attended a aclenee -day program At Ot- terbeln -college, Westerville, Saturday. ' They also attended the NereBawr tt t fttt dedication of ClemesU Mrs. .Charles Haggard, -of C&) tmbus, was a Sunday guests Ml ier parents, Mr, and Mrs. Richi, ard Ha^eman. Mrs. Hagemen «*-• companled her home for a few days., } Mr. etti Mrs. Vert Graven, oi Marysvllle, were Friday evening dinner .guests 'of Mr. and Mrt, Robert Graves. " < Mrs. Bertie Rice and Mn. Orahood visited Mr. and Mrs. \ bert Carnes and family (tenet Kettler) In Montgomery, Ala., on their way home from Florida. ,, Mr. and Mrs Harold Schalfp and son, of Marysvilie, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrt.> Fred Simpson and Denny. Beverly Dargat , of Dearborn, Mich., was a weekend guest Of | Mr. and Mrs. Elirtr Kaufman artd fawfly. ° -'\ Stilling. Mrs. John Smith and Mrs. Ruth Van Ausdal and one guest, Mrs." MMy' • Whitney-fcf Marysville. .:••, -. . Bake Sate Planned -,. - . The Susanna Guild of the Methodist. Church met Monday, evening. Devotions were given by Dorothy Leesburyr 'Plans w,ere the " View YOU Just • By .. ...... 'United Press Women's 'Editor NEW YORK (UP)-Okay, fellows. You can quit laughing at Bonie of those, things we've been cajirig hats. * For you ain't seen nothln' yet! .- , . ... A 27-year-old -milliner named William J.'just previewed his summer sports collection.- And the word is, if it swims we will wear It. TM.designer,'a self - styled "mad h'atter," comes up with some fishy specimens, even if the fins are. felt and the scales are sequins. . "These hats are for fun, done with style.", said William J, "But I -do make serious hats. My fun hats are for the young in heart. Leslie Caron, Margaret O'Brien artd Audrey'Hepburn are my'cus- tomers." The milliner, -Boston-born, 'Harvard-educated and fairly new to the' New York design scene, showed, beach hats shaped like octopus, lobster, dolphin and other denizens pi the deep. He even supplies the hooksr (Girl supplies bait). Yard-Wide Octopus . His octopus, a yard 'wide, is mostly of bright orange straw, but has eyes of beaver, -felt .with jet-bead .centers. Tentacles have black velvet tips and the .milliner declared these wind around milady's head in a most fetching manner. ;: "Hats 'have just been too sedate; that's what's wrong with the millinery business," said the designer, hauling forth a lobster. This number, in straw, measured about three feet, with claws draped toward the wearer's face. The tail drapes to the 'beck, like a streamer. "One of my favorites is this pink sailor," said William J. It was prosaic, enough at first look, but second showed a pliable line dangling from it. On the end: a four-foot long fish in pink and red felt. Fisherman's Basket Another hat copied -'a fisherman's basket — "with compartments for packing your beach lunch," he said. At the fashion show, the. model pulled put a silver, fox fur instead- His "mermaid' 1 -collection featured something new in hat materials—aluminum woven to look like fine braid. He also 'has a group of hats for lady golfers. • These carried out 'the spots theme with such decorations as a bobbing golf ball on a spring.! One, he dubbed the "19th hole." It featured a-gold • embroidered bar scene. William J. said the wearer need not worry .about keeping these '•'fun" hats on. Each is built with bandeaux or other interior equip- ment-for affirm "'fit.' . LastVear, the designer startled the milliflpry Industry with a collection of outsfae/fruit and vegetable hats for the beach. What's for the future? . ... . f'Oh, probably something-to do with outer- spaice,'.' he 'said. Richard Hotttsher,' Mrs. H a r r y Barger.. Miss 'Mary -Payne and Mrs, EtdeM'Grigg; ^Mts. Frank Noggle/DelflWare; Mrs. Burl Mill, Marysvilie 'and Mrs, 'Don,Gabriel, Mrs.- Merrll..Weate, Mrs. Eddie Hopper and Mrs. Wllber OVerly, Columbus. Those invited but unable to attenS -vfere Mrs, William Payne, Mrs. Jim Brake, Mrs. Emma 'Brake, Mrs. Milton Spdrks, Mrs. Reynold Huffman ancl .'Mrs. Maurice MciCarty. :. •> ? <v " ' lnt«*Wliw KJlub ,•','••;'•'•-•' j, Mrs. Clarence Vance, enterta 1 Ined .the JtHeidlJ dub Friday with a covered: dish' dinner. Members ir'esent Were "Mrs". 'Cora 'MadSen, >;-A. *MttcheuY Mrst Walter Jesgrcwe, -Mrs. -Herbert f\oung, Mrs. Kathryn Johnson, Mrsi Lena Cowman,:Mrs.'-A. C.^phnsman,, guests Mrs.. Walter Harris;: Mrs. H. H.' Kettler and Mrs Agnes Rost Attend JUUy ' ; . • ' -The Intermediate Meth o U 1st Youth Fellowship attend a -rallfr at Plain .'City'Sunday.,'evening. They were combined later iwlth the Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship for a skating party, circle to'Meei'';^V':';"';';,:.; The King's Daughters Circle of Love will mfeef at'the'home of Mrs. -Betty Burt Wottday 'evening. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Mar i o n TJesgrove. ] Chrlstm>s ', ' "devotion^ will be given by Kathryn Wntz and Silver Cross, by Jean Kaufman, There will be a $1 gift exchange. • ''•*'-. Loyal Circle to Meet Loyal Circle, of Kingls "Daughters will meet at the home o)f Mrs. John DeVoss Dec. 6 for. the Christmas meeting. ON ANV TIEN DOLLAR PURCHASE THIS COUPON votiona, "J. B. PhlUips' The Gospel of St. Lufie; 1 will-be'given byj Mrs. Agnes Rost; Christmas story. & Headquarters FOR THOSt SLUSHY, SPLASHY WINTER DAYSH Big .Selection FOR BIG SAVINGS ON RUBEE FOR EVERY MEMBER of the FAMIl' SLIDE ZIPPER SLEIGH BOOTS BOOTEES CHILDHEH'B 3-99 ~~ WOMM-S Wo'/, 4.99 DEB BOOTS 3.99 Chllrfrtn't Stonr RUBBER! WOMfN'S ti g ht-w.) B h> 990 to RUB&ERS 2.69 M»n'» Work Arctics 6.99 HlAVT ».»y«t MEN'S and BOYS' 4-Buckle Arctics AU-*ubb«r, UgM W*t«ht MEN'S BOYS' 4.99 Sis** 4 11 KM* Me«'» PRESS RUIBERS 2.79 •wilt for W«ar MEN'S WORK RUBBERS 3.99 FLYING COMMANDO 2.98 WAGONS 2.59 -3.69 FLEET OF TRUCKS...... 17J98 PAINT by NUMBER . 98c T. 3.98 WONDER HORSE ........ 14.98 GAMES of All Kinds . 25c ^ 3.98 -tARGE DUMP TRUCK ' Bring coupon in to redeem on any ten dollar purchase. Good for $1.00 worth of merchandise. • "" ' ENDS NOVEMBER 30 ANIMALS DIAPER BAG SITTS 98c T 198 Chain Drfv« TRACTOR 17.98 FREE GIFTS tor Children SIDEWALK BIKE CHEMISTRY SET 'TEA SETS ICEBOX PIE SETS 2.98 Doubl* Action Hydraulic DUMP TRUCK 10.98 ' 24 Inch LIFE SIZE DOLL 3.98 OVER 1,000 TOYS on DISPLAY Latex Body •Arm* and 1-tfl* iRcmot* COlfTROL TOYS 1.98- 198 Small deposit holds toys in A WAY Shop now, we'd "hide" their gifts for you till Christmas! TOYLAND ANNEX Across the Street bom the Main Store Largest Selection in Union Co. On the Square "Open Daily and Friday and Saturday Evenings" Mllford Center, O. HUBER'S

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