Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio on September 25, 1941 · Page 3
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Marysville, Ohio
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Thursday, September 25, 1941
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, September 25,1941 THE EVENIKO TKIBUNE, MARYSVItLE, OHIO Tonijfht, Friday Show* 7:00, fclO "I STRAND tOMQHT AND FRIDA* V. li.' ' ' • • fHIMAItGMV MOST COlORRJt BUY CONN £100: Mtnteti Novelty, Cartoon V••'•'•'Showi 7:00, 9:00 MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES trMtmtnt Oftwk PIMM IMS Bridal Shower A miscellaneous ihower was given In honor of Ming Ruth Wuertz at the home of Mrs. Daryl George on Monday evening. The evening was spent In playing games. Pink and white were the predominating colors In the dainty refreshments. Miss Wuertz received many beautiful gifts. Those present were: Mr*. Frank Norrls. Mrs. Chester Scheld- erer, Mrs. Edna Graves, Mrs. Lena Kent, Mrs. Anna Burns, Miss Er* nesllne Moder, Misa Elizabeth Helby, Miss Sandy Kezerta, Miss Ellie Wuertz. Mrs. Frieda Nlcol, Mrs. Lloyd Haffner, Mrs. Ted Streng and Mrg/Will Zollman. Miss Wuertz Is a bride-elect of October 1st. ' ToH«lp COLDS Put » few tfroni of VJeki V*-iro-tiol «l»n of MUM! irritation. R*. otiiok action »id< ' H»ture'» d«f emu* In foUtor. P. T. Engard Veterinarian Calto D*y or NI -M MAtysvllle, Ol u> ' • 117 N. Maple Phone CM«U 4407 f Jnnta taJUUon Officers were Installed a( a meet- Ing of the D. A. V. Auxiliary Wednesday by Mrs. Helen Turner of Delawar.e district commander. Plans were made to hold a forget- me-not sale, on October 4th,. Arrangements were made to have a card party on October 6th. The -following officers were Installed: Commander, Mrs. Cora Saygrovcr; senior vice commander, Mrs. Cathryn Lucas; Junior vice commander, Mrs. Maye Spires; chaplain, Mrs. Ethel Johnson; treasurer, Mrs. Edith Yarrlngton; secretary, Mrs. Zelma Schelderer; historian. Miss Beulah Lucas; patriotic instructor, Mrs: .Irene Mle- f«rt; conductress, Mrs. Lucille Beecher; musican, Mrs. Anna McAllister; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Ilo Mohler. After the meeting, the Chapter was Invited 1o Join the Auxiliary and refreshments were served, Used Cars - See Tour Chevrolet Dealer lmarun( »»d burning M ta MBMlhlt* wron« blMotr, dnnildt for Dota'i mlBiont (or ov*r 40 *rir*hn»pymUf » ,.— T EUow tabM j)ua)i<MI* L._.. , met* (ran rwr bkradTOtt £K»* r i fUk. TRIBUNE BHGI. * OTT8 ™ . «r«! JK*B I« VI.* C; IIBIVRY.! K«M«»r pM*4liltMt Ua« •( Dally lUwa»«i|Mn* f TM ehM N»w*»«Mr Aj»««UU«> •' i ih*' C M«ry»vUlf, Oblb. «p;:RAtMi By • aarrfor, tool by mail la union GOO DOES NOT BLESS PKA&ING: Judah hath dealt treach .—Malachi 2:11. Arl*«s* Latest Bute th« last itat« ad- The regular meeting of • Mary Chapter No. 9, O. E. S., will be held Friday evening at 7:30. The worthy matron requests that all former past matrons and past patrons be present. A program has been arranged and refreshments will be served during the social hour. Whist Club The Whist Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. F. G. BHtlkofer, Monday afternoon. Afternoon'Bridte Club The Afternoon Bridge Club will be entertained at dessert bridge at the home of Mrs. Ralph Smith, Friday afternoon at 1:30. Visiting Slater Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kingsmore, daughters Judith and Ann, and son Jerry, Jr., are spending a few days at the home of the" letter's sister, Miss Helen Hoffman at Canton. Will Entertain Club Misses Ferae and Mary Mills will be hostesses to their bridge club at dinner at the Coffee Shop, this evening. After the dinner, the club will be entertained at the Mills home. Returned Home- Miss Margaret Nicol returned home Wednesday after a few days visit at the home of her brother anc family, Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Nicol at Toledo. She was accompanied home by her nephew, Charles Henry Ni col, who will visit here for a few days at the home of his grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Nicol ) the Union. ' A|» *Y«rM« American tUarn loco- w«l?h* 'S3 tori*. MILFORD CENTER Mrs. Ada Davit, Cor. wwtiKmsuia... net* i'w . . . wiw i «w» *ur cb«i« at 4 csfctti U A 8 C. •<-!(>!»«. Core* in to Mr. and Mrs. John DeVoss hav purchased the Ralph Child coun try home, where Mr. and Mrs. L. C Burnhani are now living. Mr. ani Mrs. Burnham will move to thei town property on Mill sttreet in Milford Center. Mrs. Gust Kaufman, son Rober and Carlos Hosenfeld were callers In Columbus, Tuesday. Home Type Barometer* Th« usual home-type barometer cannot accurately predict weather scientist* ••sort. Weather predic lion Is based upon * great numbe of (actor* besides stmosphcrlc prea sure (which baromster* register) Some borne barometer* have littl human figure* whoa« clothes ar dipped in cobalt and chloride or oth er chemicala to mult* them chang color when the ttmospher* is dam or dry. This, of course, indicate what ha» already h»i4>ened. ratiit than what U going to happen. To mamUiii high milk' produc Uoii, dairy cows should get all the roughage they will consume. Jf they are not filled on posture, cows should be given all the hay, silase, ur other roughagt they will tal v.h«a thty coine to tise barn. For Quality SPITLER MOTOR SALES Marysrille, Ohio ^Of course youdoni waxtt to without Insurance.. , SAWYER INSURANCE AGENCY £»t»blUhed 1887 12 W. Fifth St MujnvUle, O V»rle»r In Milk For variety in serving milk to children, add one-hall teaspoon of vanilla and a d&gh of sugar. Carnivorous Animal* The fo* dog and seal are carnivorous animals while _the horse U an herbivorous animal." Given RD.R. Power RECORD CROWD AT THE FAIR (Continued from p«g(S 1) s by E. Smith, won the'two-year-old pace and Colonial Court trophy, with best lime being 2 08%. Each of the horses had the Mm* placing* n {he race and a third heat was not necessary. Buddy Westlake and t Warren Smith each won a heat In the pony race and split the purse of $17.50. They ran the half-mile In 1:06 and 1:OS. Record Crowd Wednesday's crowd was reported by Secretary H. A. Taylor to be about one-third larger than last year. The Raymond school band fur nlshed the music Wednesday. The Chuckery band Is scheduled for Thursday and the Marysvllle high school band, Friday. The Boone County Jamboree pro vlded unusually entertaining for a huge crowd which filled, the grand stand last night. Fans stated that they received even more enjoyment out of this company appearing in person than they had over the ra dio. Another large crowd-is expected , the fair tonight to witness the omat«ur show. Art Longbrake ol Mechanicsburg will be • master ol ceremonies and has promised to have'a fine array of amateur talent for the entertainment at the night fair, Race Result* Races scheduled on Thursday's program were: three-year-old pace, purse, $1000; 2:00 trot, purge, $2000; 2:20 trot, purse, $1300 and 2:14'pace, purse, $348. Results 'of Wednesday's races were: Two-year-old pace, purse $1000, two in thre« heaU: Hustler, br. Volomlle (E. Smtih) 1 1 Yellow" Blossom, br. f., (F. Filler) V.. 2 1 1. / tSi • -Is Safely Man, b. c. (Plaxico).. Torrid Zone, br. f., (Rausch) Brown Derby, br.'s. (Smart) Queen of Hearts, s. f., (G. Miller) 8 ,6 -Ttme-r2:08y4, 2:09%. Threc-ycar-olfe trot, purse $1000, three-heat plan: Fast Train, b. s. by Guy Day (Ponnali) ; 1 1 1 Perpetual, br. c. (Parshall)^ 2. 2.3 Volarian, b. g. (Cartnal) ..332 Acrasia, c. f. (Hodgins) ..4 4 4 Sam Day, r. g. (Morris) 5 S 5 Time—2:05, 2:08, 2:08. * 2:20 pace, purte $1600, three-heat plan: The Woodsman, ch. g., by Red Ace (McMlllen) ... 1 1 7 Royal . At Law,_ b.: g., by Peter At Law (E. Smith) .351 Miss Belie Martin, fb: f. (Sturgeon) 223 Luther Hanover, br. c. (G. Miller) 4 10 2 Barbara Ann, b. m. (McGowan) ...7 Punchinello, br. c. (Fitz- patric5«) 9 6 Time—2:05tt. 2:04, 2:05%. MUTUEL8 Two-year-old pate: First heat—Hustler, 9.60, 3.60, 2.80; Yellow Blossom, 2.80, 2.40; Safety Man. 2;60. Second heat: Hustler, 3.80, 2.20, 2.20; Yellow Blossom, 2.20, 2.20; Safety Man, 2,20. .Thr«i«?-y**r-old trot: . » First heat—Fast Train, 11.20. 3.80, 2.20; Perpetual, 2.20, 2.20; Volarian, 2.20. " '. Second heat—Fast Train, 4.00, 2.20; out; Perpetual, 250, 'out Vol-1 arian, out. Third heat—Fast Train, 2.60, 2.20; out; Volarian, 2.60, out; Perpetual, out, 2:20 pace: First heat—The Woodsman, 3.80, 3.80, 2.60; Miss Belle Martin. 7.00, 2.80; Royal at Law, 2.60. Second ' heat—The Woodsman, 2.20, 2.20, 2.80; Miss Belle Martin, 2 20. 3.60; Barbara Ann, 19.20. Third heat—Royal at Law, 47.40, 7.40, 6.00; Luther Hanover, 39.80, 11.40; Miss Belle Martin 3.M. 3 3 4 4 5 fedward B. Stoltlnlu*, Jr. In order to speed up the delivery of war supplies to Great Britain in line with the l«nd-lease program, President Roosevelt luu deputized Edward R. BUttiniui, Jr., a new iend-leaae admiflUtra- 'tor, to pen the president's signature on the thousands of forma required for any substantial order at winr supplis*. TJiB appointment raises StetUniua' ea.l from *1 a >'<--&* to f 10,000. 3 9 . Rye sown at the rate of six or eight pecks per acre will rriaks an excellent winter cover crop for Ohio soils. Rye is.hardy but provides the beat cover when sown early. The annual net income per person on (anus stuod ut ttbout $223 at the end of 1618. At the end of 1921, the act income per portion on farms was leu than $100. Income for persons not on farms was $160 pet' yew ut the end of 1920 »nd Unl wa» over J140 at the close of 1921. Per capita ntt income for people not on linns was consistently hi^htr thun ft^r farm people from 1021 through IsHO. ON DISPLAY TOMORROW - ft / ffM tUTIONAl DflfOfiE M.4KIN& MIliUHY TVUtKV MiKINO WWil (NCIK(V. MtNING 75 WM. 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This may often lead to extra energy and vitality KIDNEYS' Mild diuretics In Williams formula help s 11 m u 1 ate increased flow of urine which may otherwise be over acid and scant, causing bladder and urin- . ary pains Thes« pains are not only embarrassing at times but disturb sleep and make people lose needed lest No wonder then the relief Williams Formula may bring to these pains can have such happy benefit*. RHEUMATIC ACHES-PAINS •You sleep, -work, —and play with new enjoyment when you get relief from Rheunvi'.ic, Neu- ritic. Neuralgic, and Lumbago pains. So many people all over the country have taken RUX Compound and found welcome relief that you too are urged to put RUX to the test Take advantage of this money - saving offer to give RUX a chance to bring quick agreeable relief from aching'and painful muscles. BOWELS Perhaps you've suffered (rom headaches, bad breath and that nervous, rundown feeling which may come from constipation. 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