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f I JPtg* Six THE EVENING TRIBUNE, MARYSVILLE, OHIO Friday, September 19,1941 KIEV FALLS •1 TO GERMANS ..» (Continued from page 1) . flets back to a defense of the Don River line and place their backs to the Caucasus, barring a Nazi thrust toward the Baku and Batum oil. Leningrad Front in the north, Leningrad wag under ever-increasing siege with Nazi forces pounding at all approaches to fhe city. . It seemed that the Germans now fiave within their grasp or as their Immediate objectives possibly 50 per cent, of the Soviet heavy war Industries, a percentage which will jftiake the replacement of Red Army ipsses in guns, tanks, planes and jyar material* a critical problem. ' | "? Both Berlin and Moscow reported furious Nazj, blows on the main > fronts and said that Intense fighting Continued at Leningrad. . , ^ Perilous SltnaUon ' | i'f The perilous Soviet situation was fiot minimized in London where It tvas admitted frankly that the Gcr- •frians now have captured or are on ^ie verge of capturing so large a portion of Russia's Industrial plant that the Soviet can not be expected $D provide herself with sufficient Suns, tanks and planes to equip the jfted army with the weapons It must Have to match the German blitz forces. , ' :| This, said the British, poses the Siost urgent question of the war: > Bow to get to Russia sufficient arms. $ut enough to enable the Soviet to ttuy in the ring slugging it out with —iScr formidable opponent, j Probably another month of fairly Ifood fighting weather remains, the British suggested, before winter be- Jjins to bog down operations on the Eastern front. They had little hope •qf getting more than token quantifies of planes and tanks to Russia within that period. However, • dispatch by Edward W. Beattl*, Jr., United Press staff corrtfcrfndent, reporting authoritative British opinion on the likely progress of the war said that there | was every belief in London that the Russians will fight on to the end no matter what defeats they may suffer and that (hey are prepared to carry on the war from the fastnesses of the Urals or even to the east if necessary. Ancient Chinese constructed BUS- pension bridge!), using iron chains, many centuries before such engineering principles were moved to the western world. Big Special Free Show Saturday Night 8115 O'clock At Five Point* Ten Vaudeville and Clrcu* Acts PIu« . Negro Farce Comedy 3 Hour Show — 14 People FREE SEATS FREE PARKING Beef Swiss Steak Cube Steak ;..:...,..... Veal Steak .......; Lb. Back Bacon "I 2 ffrB?/ Neck Bones .... • • J Lbs.dfc^aP PIG FEET 6 25 FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS OVER, SIXTY YEARS IN MAWSVIUE E. J. MORRIS 5c*Boxt« Pineapple Shred or Crunhfd—No. 2 Cilu 25c can Bartlet Pears No. 2 t'»iu» —Tender Fresh Callies 25c Navy Beam 2 Ibs. 13c Matche* 3 for lOc 2 for 27c 16c 25c pkg. Young Hyson Tea 16c 23c Quick Arrow Soap Chipe 17c Can Peas , 3 for 25c Corn Can Tomatoes Sweet Potatoes Potatoes Sweetheart Soap Can Tomato Juice Can Peas and Carrots SO ft. Clothes Line, Braided Toilet Paper 24 Ib, Sack Flour WATKIN8 CHRISTIAN Sunday school, 10 a. m. Robert McKitrick, superintendent Classes 'or all ages. Church services at 11 8. m. conducted by Rev. Wall, every second and fourth Sunday of each month. Young People's meeting at 7:30 . Corn Kix Syrup 5 II. t »u ). m. If you're somewhere, why not begin now? not attending church 3 can* 23c 3 for 23c 5 Ibs. 25c ISlb. pk.25c 4 bars 19c 3 carts 21c Sc; 3 for lOc 19c 6 rolls 25c 69c 2 boxes 21c 29c OHU8CH OF CHRIST IN CHKI8 TIAN UNICW4 (Milford Center) Ray Humble, Pastor .Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Preaching service, 10:30 o'clock EvnngolUtlc service, 7:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer service, Wednesday night at 8:00 o'clock. Cottage orayer meeting. Friday rllght at 8:00 o'clock. • Missionary Service on the drat Wednesday night of the month. Mrs Mlllard Matthews, leader. WEST MANSFIELD FRIENDS MISSION Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching service, 11 *. m. Evening service, 8:00 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening at 6:00 o'clock. "Create In Us Clean Hearts.'" Junior Luther League devotional meeting, Sunday evening, «t 7:80 o'clock In the church. Senior choir rehearsal, Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Catchetical Instruction', Saturday afternoon. Juniors at 1:3(7; seniors at 2:30 o'clock. i Junior choir rehearsal piturday evening at 7:45 o'clock. "I- METHODIST Milford Center Charje Paul Cramer, Pastor • Church school, 9:15 a. -m. Morning worship, 10:10 a. rn. Music by the senior choir, directed by Gust Kaufman. T ! Youth Fellowship, 8:30 p. m.'i Unionville Center ' Church school, 10 a. m. Evening worship, 8 p. m. Irwln Church school, 9:30 a. hi. Business Service 1 CLBANTNtJ. Call fred Avvty, LIVESTOCK to . Columbus every Monday. We will take your full load any day, no yardage or commission. Paul Dildino, Phono 29, Raymond. HOMB MODERNIZATION — Use JohnEiMBnville Insulating siding which gives real brick appear^ ance. Constructed wKh heavy insulating board to resist heat and cold. Long lasting, saves paint ' coats. Come in. Marysville Lum" ber Co., "Your Lumber Merchant," Canal 441*. BPRINGDALE BAFTIBT Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Classes for all aces. Edgar Lowry, superintendent. CHURCH OF OUR LADT OF LOURDE8 7r. Carl Lamott Marysville: M&ss at 8 o'clock and 10:30 o'clock. • North Lewisburg: Mass al 8 o'clock. Mechanlcsburg: No mass. RAYMOND CHRISTIAN Paul Ferguson, Pnstor Church services, 10 a, m. Sunday school, 11 a. m. Young People's meeting, 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening. 8:15 p. m. • MAGNETIC METHODIST Rev. James Cooper, Pastor Church services, 9:43 a. m. Sunday school, 10:45 a. m. ALLEN CENTER BAPTIST Sunday school at 10 ST. m. ''-'•" The Judson Sunday school class will hold a meeting at the' home of I Mr. and Mrs. E. Barnhart, Sunday, September 21, at 8:30 p. m. '• ; FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN Paul E. Plasterer, Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Cloyce Moore, superintendent. L. P. Pup- right, assistant Morning worship, 10:30 o'clock. Sermon by the pastor. The Church Council v7111 meet Monday evening, September 22, In the church office, beginning at 8:00. This is a postponed meeting, and it is important that every member be present. The Western Conference'. of the Synod of Ohio meets September 23, 24 in Flndlay. The pastor will attend. ., ... ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN AT CHUCKERY C. J. S. Wachholz, Pastor ^ Sunday mornjng services at psO o'clock in the' English. language. Catechism: Questions 312-319. CHURCH OF CHRIST ' Bible school 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Young people's meeting, 7:30 p, m. followed by regular evening services. Gnle Reeder, minister. PAINTS and wallpaper. Qoodaell's. BABY CHICKS—Cash In on high Broiler and Egg prices. Chicks hatching weekly beginning Oct. 8. Order now. Milford Center Hatchery*Phone 2171. dlum to good *10.8Q# 18.60; outs 19.60 down. Sheep and lambs: Rec»lpts 200 head; market slow, good tp choice truck lambs $10.60^11; strictly choice $11.60; mediums $9.50 down; bucks discounted at fl per cwt; culls $8 down; aged sheep for slaughter $4 down. FOR SALE—4 Hampshire gilts with S^pigB, a number of Duroc gills to farroyv soon, crossed with a medium type spotted P. C. boar. All double immuned. Arthur Potts, Clalborne. Miscellaneous for Sale 18 ONE USED W. C. and one Model B Allis Chalmers tractor, 7 ft. disc; 10 ft combine. Ted Streng, Allis Chalmers dealer. Special Notices 4 PRUDENTIAL larm loans. Low rate, long terms. Authorized mortgage solicitor. M. E. Fravet, Plain City, Ohio. TOR SALE—-Corona portable typewriter. Call Canal 4378.. CLOSED SUNDAY at 11 a. m. during summer months. Belville Wrecking Co. . Wanted: Miscellaneous 5 WHITE shoes ayed for longer wear. Have school shoes repaired now and avoid the. rush. . Marysville Shoe Repair, Donald L. Fleming. FOR 'SALE—Six piece antique living room outfit Chet Newhouse. WANTED—Good veal calves and lambs. Walter Elliott. Canal 4441. WANTED—Lambs and veal calves. Bring us your veal calves and lambs. We will allow you all the. market affords. Honest weights on tested scales. You must be satisfied. 1 mile' eajrt on U. S. 36, Marysville arici Delaware Road, Asman's Packing Co. Automobile Service 7 MOTOR REBUILDING—Drive In for motor Inspection. We'll give U what it needs. New parts. General tune-up. Floyd Grubbs,' 222 S. Court St., Marysville, Ohio. Female Help Wanted 10 WAITRESS wanted. Inquire at Dutgh's Sandwich Shop. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Aug. Gerken, Pastor Morning service In English at 10 o'clock with sermon and holy communion. Confessional service, 9:30 a. m. The Walther League meets Tuesday, 8 p. m. * FIRST CONGREGATIONAL . G. D. Wlgfield, Pastor Church school, 9:30 a. m. Richard Hartshorn, superintendent. Pilgrim Fellowship, 9:30 a. m. .Morning worship, 10:30 o'clock, Sermon, "God Restores Our Souls." This Is the third of a series of sermons based on ,the Psalms. Meetings of the boys and girls below the junior high school age: 4:30'p. m., at the church. Worship, discussion, and recreation. Junior Fellowship, 6:30 p. m. at the church. Worship, discussion, und recreation. Subject: "We Learn to Live at School". Young People's choir rehearsal, Wednesday, September 24, at 6:45 p. m. Senior choir rehearsal, Wednesday, September 24, at 7:30 p. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN John Alvln Stuart, Pastor Church school, 9:30 a. m. Men's Forum. Orchestra. Morning worship and sermon, 10:30 o'clock, Nursery for small children. Special music by the senior choir. Orchestra rehearsal, 4:00 p. m. Leader, Miss Jeiinle Sherwood. Junior choir rehearsal, 6:00 p. m. Leader, Mrs. George A. Maney. Pioneers and Crusaders, 5:30 p. m. Leader, George Evans. Devotlunal program and recreation. The Tuxi» Soci«ty, 6:30 p. in. Leader, Lawrence Gabriel. Please note this change: The Women's Missionary Society will conduct an all day Relay Class on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1941, at the home of Mrs. R. F. Turner on the Kenton Koud, beginning at 10.00 a. m. A covered dish dinner will be served at noon, 'J'he meeting, originally scheduled in the calendar for Wed- Hf.sd.iy. lias been moved ahead one day to Tuesday. TRINITY UimtHAN K. J. Gtiodfkiisg, PaaUir Divine worship in the (iermuu Iftiiguufe, 9.00 a. ni. The u-rmon, "Cast.Your Cares Upon Hun." Sunday tciiool, 10 a. in. Frank Mader, iupfriiitcndfiil. lliviue worthip in the Kisjjhih luHjujijis.-, 11.0\) a. In. The svltiloli BILLY CONN IN AVALON MOVIE The , many ; persons who were thrilled by the magnificent "performance" boxer Billy Conn turned in during' his recent bout with Champion Joe Louis can look forward to selng their favorite's screen debut in the Republic picture, "The Pittsburgh Kid," which opens next Wednesday evening, Sept. 24th for a three-day run at the Strand Theatre. Conn,' characteristically enough, plays a boxer In the film. Jean Parker performs opposite him as Pat Mallory, who owns his contract and is determined to manage him. She finaly overcomes his objections to a "lady manager," and he rises so quickly that a matchj .with the world champion is arranged. But a tew days before the fight Conn is accidentally involved in a scrape with an underworld character while in the company 'of Bflbs Ellison, lovely daughter of a rival manager. Pat rescue* him, but believing him to be in love with Babe, sells his contract and refuses to see him again. Conn takes a voting m the early rounds of the fight, and it is obvious he needs Pat'»)cogchlng in order to win. And Babs, who is realty in love with the young fighter, is the only one who can locate Pat. -i On Bub's decision depend all thf climatic sequences. Male Help Wanted 11 WANTED—Farm hand with smal family by the year. Phone 3319 Raymond. 'OR SAL^k—Domestic .sewing machine. Like new. Clara Me Shop, Canal 4276. • TOLEDO GRAIN •Wheat; $1.05®1.03%c, Corn: 74@74V4e. Oats: 48H«?49%c. NEER RECEIVER FOR CREAMERY CREAMERY AT EAS^ LIBERT* PLACED IN HANDS OF RE- CEIVKft BY LOO AN COUNTY COURT of this city Is representing Mrs, Phlpps. In her petition MM. Phlpps Mid that following the death of her hu*» band, August 5th, 1941, the defendant continued the operation of th« business in which her husband had owned a half 'interest. She says the company, as a going concern, has assets of about $29,000, owes $10,000 to banks and about $15,000 to farm, ers for milk purchased. She says the defendant has Issued mt»re than $11,000 worth of checks en th« Bellefontalne N a 11 o n H 1 Bank, against which there are no funds, and says it is to the best interest, to have a receiver appointed. Mr. Neer is secretary of the Citi. zens Federal Savings and Loan Co. of this city and is operator of the Clover Dale Creamery at Milford Center. -• 'OR SALE—Dutch oven combination coal and electric range, 2 years old. Call Randolph 4756. GLOVES for the, entire family at Smith's Economy Store, only ten cents, 3 pairs, 25c. Furnished Rooms 19 FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for sleeping. 660 E. Fifth St FURNISHED rooms, private entrance, light and water furnished. 274 W. Eighth St Reed B. Neer of Milford Center has been named receiver for the Raymond Creamery Company at East Liberty by the common pleas court at Bellefontalne. He posted $5,000 bond and the creamery now is being operated under hi» supervision. The principal products of the plant are sweet cream and condensed sweet milk. • A receiver for the company was appointed as the result of a suit filed in the Logan common pleas court by Blanche Phipps, adminis tratrix of the estate of John W. Phlpps, against P. Otis Evans. The petition of the plaintiff was accom-! panied by a petition of the defend-' ant, who likewise requasted thfe j appointment of a receiver. The law firm of Hoopes, Sanders & Hoopes 44i CLUB NEWS PARIS STYLE IMPROVERS The juniors and seniors* of the Paris Style Improvers are asked to bring all articles and dresses that are .to be exhibited at the fair, to Mrs. HHdreth's home not later than Monday. $2.95 will still buy good footwear in the Galloway Advertisement today. 290-* Hundreds of people are saving money by reading today's grocery specials. Houses, Apartments 20 FOR RENT^-Furnlshed room lor sleeping. 704 W. Fifth St BARGAINS at the Opening Sale SMITH'S MARKET S57 E. Fifth St. MarysvlUe, O. FOR RENT—HaU modern double, bath and furnace. Canal 4370. For Sale or Trade 23 FOR SALE—7 room modern house. 600 E. 4th St. HORSES »4 * COWS »2-* AMBITIOUS MEN—Manage small movie circuits. Marysville district 60% commissions, $80 to $175 monthly possible. Excellent future. Car necessary. 520 State Theatre Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. Of fiise aafi Condition. — Call Belt Bros. Fertiliser MarysvUl* Canal «*t Good Things to Eat 15 THE OYSTER SEASON is here! You can depend on our oysters being the best Chesapeake Bay has to offer. We Invite you to try them. Phone .Canal 4303. Asman's Meat Market. 40 PECK OF pickles, 35c up, cucumbers,' tomatoes, Evergreen corn, mangoes, Kentucky Wonder beans, cranberry shell beans, RoM !>M&I »nd plenty of melons this evening until 11 o'clock. Will also sell melons Sunday. U. G Ebrlght. 623 S. Walnut St. APPLES, plenty of fresh elder. John Smallwood.. Hilltop 4753. Poultry. Livestock 17 FOR SALE OR trade—75 head of good Shropshire ewes from .one to five years old, John Harrington. Phone Canal 4551. TWO Beagle pups, ready for train- Ing. Also 3 yr. old Beagle.. Mrs. ' Charles Johnson, 637 E. 4th St. FOR SALE— Some Leicester and Delaine grade yearling rams. FALL KILLS TWO Phone Randolph Staley. 4452. George CHICKS day old or started. Hatches every week In the year. Delaware Chlckeries, Delaware, O. FOR SALE—Two coon hounds. 3 ml. west of Marysvilla on Collins Ro»d. Bernard Guy. YOUNGSTOWN, O., Sept. 19.— Two men were killed this afternoon when they plunged 50 feet from a scaffold from which they were wishing and {minting a downtown building. The men were Al Haba- ger, and LudwiV J'laer, both 38. Credit unions loaned me $lfa5,70G,000 in the first six month* of this year, the Department of Commerce reported. IMMUNED Poland China hogs, either sex. Guy Robinson, Milford Center, Ohio. COLUMBUS r&ODUCB £gg (buying prices): Current farm receipts 26c; graded central Ohio firsts 27c; seconds 21c; pullets 20c. U. S. retail grade eggs (paid producers) : U.S. extra large 31c; standard large 28c; standard medium 26c; trades 24c. Live poultry (1 o. b. Columbus): Broilers. H4 to 2 Ibs., 18c; fries up to 4 Ibs. 17c; fries 4 Ibs. and over 17cj' light hens 13c; heavy hens 17©18c; roosters 12®13c; spring ducks 12®14c; spring turkeys 24c; old turkeys 18©20c. CLEVELAND LIVESTOCK Hogs: 350, steady; heavy $11.10© 1.60; 230 to 250 Ibs. $12; 190 to 230 bs. $12; pigs 100 to 140 Ibs. $10.25® 0.75. . Cattle: 100, slow; steers 1100 Ibs. up $1!<H12; choice 750 to 1000 Ibs. ll.50W12.50; good $10.30<&11.50; medium $9.50« 10.50; common $8(38.50; utchers good $10.50^11.50; medium ,8.50(1(10150; common $8<ii9; cows, good $7.5008.50; medium $6.509 '.50; canners cutters $4.5006; butcher bulls $9® 10. Sheep, lambs: 300, steady; lambs choice $U.BOC>12.50; good $10®11; nedium $7fcflO; culls $7®10; weth- ers choice $4.50 y 5.50; medium $3.50 it 4.50; ewes choice $3.SQ©4.50; medium $2.50i&3.50; common $1.50O 2.50. Calves: 100; steady; choice $14.50 & 15.50; good $11 if 12; medium 12; common $9ii 10. Public Sales Horses |4.00, Cows $2.00 of ttze fcnd Reverse Telephone Charges Small auimals removed promptly Union County Fertilizer 4W1 M»rycvUltt, O. E. Q. Buchaleb, Itic. VvtlNLfclN uy, Oct. * 45 heuii ol WALL PAPER/ BRING , COLOR INTO YOUR HOME New textures, more individualized patterns, easy- to-clean surfaces, and decorator-createa colors, make this year's wall r»a ? pers the most. desirable and economical we have ever offered you. Call on us for suggestions in combining patterns and solid colors . . . wall paper and paint for stunning effects. Prices Range From 3c to $1.00 P»r Single Roll Come in and be shown the papers best suited to your purpose and .your budget. Now Showing a Complete Line of Fall Patterns John McAllliffe Bros. Jerry CLEVELAND LIVESTOCK Hogs: Receipts 400 head; market mostly S to 10 cents higher; 1BO to 240 lb$. $11.00; 2*0 to 260 Ibs. $11.71, 260 to 2bO Ibs. »11.50; 280 trf SOO Ibs. $11.25; 300 to 400 Ibs. $11 down; 180 to 180 Ibs. J11.5Q; HO to 160 Ibs. $1073; 100 to 140 Iba. »iOt<1025, aows »a.7bul025; nUgc |8 Uuwn. Cattle: lU'ceipU 50 he&d; trade slow; about steddy on tht available supply, few cutter ui.d Cfciiuer cow» $5«6.50; medium cows good bfcef cows eiigibl* up to few gritfeS cattle hei-e celling no good kinds nvfcllfclble. »*vcr*l lota uJ good slacker tiilves on the nmr- kct. Cuhc»; Reccipla Us^' 1 - inswket steady; Koud to choice |ia«H; me- SALE OF REAL ESTATE We will sell at public auction the Minnie M. Kaline farm, formerly known as the Debolt farm, located two and one-half miles southeast of Unionville Center and four miles west of Plain City, Ohio, just off Route No. 161, on Thursday, September 25, 1941, sale to be held at 1 :30 o'clock P. M., on the farm. This lunn consist* of 53 ftcces, more or less; ia improved with un exceptional six-room frame house, good bain, com crib, tool Uied, and hen house. It is well Uitd and fenced. U is all black soil and a good producer. We invite you to inspect tins funu and be there on the d;»y of thi» s*lc iu> it will bt i>old to the highest biddty to inn estate. x; pact to be paid on day of Ten psr ewut ol sale, balance 011 delivery ol Heirs of Minnie M. Kaline, Deceased / KtatU tit&olt, A.cUttU»i*tr*U>r of tUc i.tUlc uf Miuuic M. iUli

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