Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio on September 29, 1941 · Page 3
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Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 3

Marysville, Ohio
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Monday, September 29, 1941
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Monday ^September 29,1941 THE EVENING TRIBUNE, MARYSVILLE, OHIO AVALON FINAL TIMES TONIGHT Also: News, Comedy Shows—7:00, 9:00 Phone Society New* to C»n»l 4885 or Canal 4743 Roller-skatinc Party i Marjorie Gcer and Russell Boer- j ^ <{cr assisted by their director. Miss | Irene Hegenderfer are members of j the -commitee which is completing arrangements for the skatinfj party which the Junior Choir of the Trinity Lutheran Church will have at the Marysville roller-skating rink, Tuesday evening. All members arc to meet at the Parish House promptly at 7:15 o'clock and will return to the Parish House for n short social hour after skating at the rink. ENGAGED Nkol-Vollrath Nuptials Vases df pink dallies, baskets of pink and purple asters nnd other garden flowers, ferns, two seven- branch cendelabra entwined with Vines and lighted tapers decorated the altar of Trinity Lutheran Church, Saturday morning, where relatives and friends gathered at 10:30 o'clock, for the marriage of ELGIN WATCHES And Complete Line 'of KKNOi Watch Repairing Fair Jewelry Store , O. Nurses Take State Board Exams MftS8 MARJORIE GAMBLE Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Gam- Added: Cartoon, Novelty, Musical, Comedy Shows—7:00, 9;10 EVENING TRIBUNE 1808 1IIIIIER BHOS. A OTT10 Vubllahcn J. M. HUBKR, Grncjral ]»••>••«* 111 V IN C. HK.Ml'v, Bill tor Member al Ohio Select LUt of UaUr Nermpnpew Tfce Ohio Newniioprr A«»odBtto> Auocliitea Ohio UnUtal Miss Evangeline Nicol, daughter of ble of Paris township have an- Mr. and Mrs. John A. Nicol and Mr. j nounced the engagement and ap- Werner Vollrath, son of Mrs. W. P.' prbaching marriage of their daugh- Volirath. The pews were, marked ! ter, Marjorie, to John Edward Kan-/ with white streamers and small! del, of Columbus, son of Mr. Ed- bouquets of mixed flowers. The; ward L. Kandcl, also of Columbus, double • ring ceremony was per- j The wedding is to take place on Oc • formed by Rev. E. J7 Goedeking. . tober 5th', Mr. Kandel is an em- j 'Given in marriage by-her father,; ploye of the Ohio Wool Grower's Mr. John A. Nicol, the bride was' Association in Columbus^ The picture is through courtesy of the Columbus Dispatch. lovely in her gown of gleaming white satin, fashioned with V-neckline, long sleeves tapering into a point over her hands, fjlted bodice, trimmed with luce inserts at the shoulders and full skirt sweeping ! ing school. Mr. Vollrath is a gradu- White Cross Hospital nurses train- NBtlonnl Editorial AirioclntlOB JOHN W. CVWJBX CO. Cleveland Office — 559 Hippodrome Annex, Cleveland, O. _,._,, Columbus omce— •«> South Thin' St.. Columbus, O. Kansas City Oftlca — BOO National Fidelity Life III ilg:., Kansas City, Mo. Eastern Odlce— 030 Fifth Ave., New York Cltv. Westorn Olflco — 230 North Michigan Ave., CticaEO. Detroit Office — General Motor* BldK., Uetrotf, Mich. Entered at the Marysville, Ohio, l'o«t Office as Becond ClaBa Matter bubsorlptlon Katoo: «x carrier, oer week. 10o; by mall In Union Bounty, 11.00 p*r year. into a long fan-spread train. Her finger-tip length veil of illusion was held in place by a coronet of orange blossoms and she carried a shower bouquet of pink rosebuds and gardenias, tied with white satin bow and long narrow ribbon streamers. Her only jewelry was a gold locket, a gift of the groom. ate of Milford Center high school and of Ohio State University and is employed at the Wright Field at Dayton. Among out of town guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schoewe of Akron; Miss Clara Dinkle of Ft. Wayne, Ind., Mr. ! and Mrs. Karl Ligman of Cincin- L. L. David, the county pre«ld*nt, will have charge of the program. Mrs. Phelps of Delaware wili be tho guest speaker. Rev. Cramer of Milford Center -and Rev. Elisha Knelsley of this city will also give talks. Hprlngdale Missionary Society The Misslortary Society of the Springcfale Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. William Lowry, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Cliff Clark will be leader. Mrs. Charles- Llndslejr of Richwood will be the guest speaker. M. H. M. E. Club The M. H. M. E Club will meet at the home of Mrs. A. T. Sceurman at Columbus, Thursday, October 2, for one o'clock pot-luck djnner. All members planning to go are asked to leave not later, than 11:30 o'clock. Mrs. P. A. Baker will be leader. Returned Home Mrs. Nelle Hoopes, Mrs. Margaret Williams, daughter, Miss Marguerite and son, Donald, returned home, Saturday evening after a few v day»' visit at Washington, D. C. Week-end Gueate Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mitchell and daughter, Helen Mary of Wayne, Mich., were week-end guests at th«J home of Mrs, R. G. Morse and daughter, Miss Lulu. Week-end Guests Miss Marjorie Hartman of Fremont and Mr, and Mrs. Frank Me- DAMAGE SUIT CASE STARTED DAMAOE CASE INVOLVING COLLIHION MTWftCN AUTO AND HOJtSB OPENED TODAY The damage case of Leo J, Snyder of thi< city against M. E. Plymalo of near New California started In common picas court before a jury this morning. Mr. Sriyder Is asking For the «um of $321,50 as damages lo his car as the result of a collision with a horse belonging to Mr. Plymale. The jury was seated this morning and taken to the scene of the accident. Attorneys Clifton L. Caryl and Prosecutor William L. Coleman arc attorneys for the plaintiff. The law firm of Hoopcs, Sanders & Hoopes is representing Mr. Plymale. Jurors hearing the case arc: Roy Organ, Clark Owen, Lauer Lingrcl, A. F. Edelblutc. John Scheiderer of Marysville, Frances Schmidt, Milford Center; Susan J. Davis, Paul Strayer, both of Plain City; Thelma Ruhl, and Geneva DeWitt, of Richwood; Charles Smith and Niles Clark of Peoria. CKHIST rOK ALL-H.L fO« <-lli!l*t Preceding the bride to the altar I nati, Mr, and Mrs. George Rowland were her three attendants, Miss Mil- of Dayton, Miss Mildred Nuetzel of dred Nuetzel of Columbus, as maid Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd of honor, and two bridesmaids, Mrs. t Thompson and daughter, Miss Karl Ligman of Cincinnati and Mrs. Mafjorie of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lorenz of Marysville, sister • Eugene Kandcl of Middletown, Mr. of the groom;, Miss Nuetzel was at-! and Mrs. Archie Battcnberg of tired in an aquamarine net' frock. | Springfield and Mrs. Morion Martin fashioned with fitted bodice and long full skirt. Over the bodice, she wore an embroidered aquamarine taffeta jacket. Her shoulder corsage The Woman's Parliament will GOD WILL MEET FAK MORE THAN HALF WAY: Return unto me and I will return unto you, saith the Lord of Hosts.—Malachi 3:7. of Canton. • ^ The Woman's Parliament The Woman's Parliament BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Carr ol" North Court street are the parents of a baby girl born at White Cross Hospital, Columbus, at about noon Sunday. The newcomer weighed seven pounds, four ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kaufman (Lorna Kle-iber) are announcing -the birth of a nine-pound daughter at their home on East State Street, Milford Center, Sunday, Sept. 28. Use the want ads. Would y o u. w e 1 c o m e guests with sunshiny hospitality— was of pirik pompom chrysanthemums and in her hair was fastened a cluster of matching pompoms. Mrs. Ligman's frock was yellow taffeta, fashioned With Square neck- lino, short puff sleeves, shirred bodice and long full skirt. Her shoulder corsage was bronze colored pompoms and in her hair Khe wore bronze pompoms. Mrs. Lorenz's frock was luggage rust color, fashioned the same as Mrs. Ligman's and her shoulder corsage and the flowers in her hair were yellow pompoms. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. J. A. Nicol chose a gown of soldier blue, her accessories were navy and her shoulder bouquet was pink roses. Mrs. W. P. Vollrath, mother of the bridegroom, wore a mist blue gown, her accessories were black and her shoulder bouquet was pink roses. Mrs. Otto Moder, aunt of the bride, was soloist and Miss Irene Hegendcrfur, organist, presented a pro-nuptial program which included "Traumeri." Shuman; "Serenade," Schubert; "My Heart Ever Faithful," J. S. Bach, organ; "Thanks Be to God," Dickson, Mrs. Moder, soloist; "Liebestraum," Liszt; "Berceuse," Godurd, organ; "Jusus Still Lead On," Stults, Mrs. Moder, mid hymn, "O Father, All Creating." Mrs. Moder sang the hymn, "while the bride and groom were standing at Hie altar, prect'd- meet at the home of Mrs. Gladys Maclvor, Tuesday afternoon, .September 30, at 2 o'clock. The program to be presented is: "The Novel,"— Coy and son, Terry, of Columbus were week-end guests at the homo of Rev. and Mrs. Paul Plasterer. • VUited Daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johnston of Westerville were week-end guests at the home of their son-iri-law and daughter, Mr.-and Mrs. H. W. Carr. Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis of Columbus .were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gay. ,*, Visited Here . Rev. and Mrs. George Reed ol Amelia spent Sunday at Springdale Rev. Reed was the guest speaker at the Springdale Baptist Church Sunday morning and Sunday evening. . Rettie Rupprecht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rupprecht of near this city, and Mary Nuetrel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nuetzel of Columbus, formerly of this city, were among the class of University Hospital, Columbus, nurses who completed training by taking state boardj examinations last week. They are included i'n the above picture, printed through courtesy of the Columbus Dispatch. Gold Star Mothers at a|and Mrs. Harold Roberts at St. in the Congregational tain the aahquet church Wednesday evening, Oct. 1, at 7 p. m. At Camn Wolters Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Laird and son Elwood and Mr. and Mrs. John Crider motored to Columbus on Sunday to visit their son, Victor F. JOHNSTARK DIES SUNDAY Louis, Mo. Visited Mother Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Campbell and son of Evansville, Ind., were week-1 John Stark, 75, died at his home P-T-A OPENING MEMBER DRIVE MEMBERSHIP GOAL OF 400 IS BET EOR LOCAL ORGANIZATION—CHAIRMEN ARE NAMED end guests at the home of the latter's «nother, Mrs. Mary Elaine. Returned Here near Magnetic Springs, at four o'clock yesterday afternoon after a month's illness. He was born in Mercer County and followed the oc- Mrs. Wilder Rogers and children ] cllpa tj fm o f farming. Laird, who entered selective service j have returned here after an ex-j Mr. Stark was married in 1910 to tended visit in New York State, j Mnrv Kirchner.who survives. Also They are visiting at the home of Mr. surv iving are one son, Frank, of training last Wednesday. Upon their arrival at Fort Hayes they learned that their son had left Saturday evening for Camp Wolters, Texas, 'find a temporary home before tak- j two s j sU: . rSi Mrs. Lizzie Bernard and and Mrs. William Porter until they • 'ng up their residence in their new, jhome which is under construction Returned Home Mrs. R. M. Howard has returned home after a motor trip through Michigan with Mr. and Mrs. George "Sow to Read a Book," Marie Engard; "Candidates for Wour Book- helf," Ruth Rardin; "Amend- « eller of Columbus, rnents," Christine Houston; 'Timely I Topics," Irma Plasterer. At O'Connors Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark and on West Seventh Street. son, Gerald, spent Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Staley's cottage at O;COnnors. Mr. and Mrs. Staley are residents of Springfield. , and foster son, Paul, at home; Fred Slahker, both of Celina. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternon at '2 o'clock at the Winters funeral home at Richwood with the Rev. John Will Attend Concert Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Huffman, Mr. i . „.,.,,, i «; T, i c- .u A A Turi- Delaware officiating, Burial will be 'and Mrs. Burl Southard and Mr.l , " . . , i „.,,. . ... _, i in Decker cemetery near Magnetic ; man. parochial school, land Mrs. William Asman will at- _ . . . . __ * T , , * . I .,„..,., „„ , _ Mrs. Herbert Wright, chairman of the membership committee, announced today that in conforming with the proclamation of Governor Brichcr the annual membership campaign will begin today and last until October 4. Governor Bricker has set aside this week as "Ohio Parent-Teacher Association Week." Memberships this year will with all probability reach 400. If this goal is reached the P. T. A. will have the largest membership it has ever had. At the fin,t meeting this year the attendance far surpassed all the other first meetings since the P.T.A. has been formed. Much spirit and. enthusiasm was shown by the crowd at its first meeting. In order to make a complete campaign of the school district, Mrs. Holliday 08 j Wright will have as her aids: Mrs. Conrad Weidman, co-chair- Wlffty??""- I "if*^ i ' -AfLORf! I- PHONE •(•- -'\'••'').- 70$ ioytn: I Alio S', •-.•*«/'.. PIUH W. S. C. S. The afternoon group meetings of the W. S. C. S; of the Methodist Church will be ht'ld Wednesday afternoon, October 1, at 2 o'clock. Group No. 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. Dwight Hush, 520 West Seventh Street; group No. 2 with Mrs. Melvin Walking, 309 West Fourth i Street; group No. 3 with Mrs. Mary Blainc, 264 West'Sixth Street, and group No. 4 with Mrs. Paul Hutchinson, 233 West Seventh Street. Group No. 5 will meet at the home of Mrs. Harold Cameron, 311 West Sixth Street, Thursday evening, at 7:30. The program to be presented is Devotionals, Leota Thomas; "Lakeside," Hazel Evans; "Travel," Mar- thu Wilson. —•!»-— T. L. Missionary Society Trinity Lutheran Missionary Society will meet at the Parish House Thursday afternoon at 2' o'clock The topic to be presented is "The Abundant Life Through Faith." Mrs. Emmett Fladt will be leader. The social hour will be in charge of ir bau CAFETERIA SUPPER Thur»diiy Oct. ^-3 to English Lutheran Church ing the ceremony. Mr. George Rowland of Dayton, a fraternity brother of the groom, served as best man and Mr. Everett Lurcuz, brother-in-law of the groom. Mr. Gene Vollrath, cousin of the groom, Mr. Lugene Kandel of Middletowii, cousin of the bride, and Mr. Donald Claar of Dayton, cousin of the bride, seated the A reception ami wedding breakfast for 110 guests was held at the Parish House alter the wedding. The tables at which the guests were scaled lor the breakfast were very v. ith bouquets of fall and lighted white v,eie in tlie table. e wedding cake table. Alter the e lelt lor a wetl- v. Li.t. Tile bi'ldu n tioi'K, brown .. ,or;e.-, lor the !!... > is ill i..i.e ,i lj.,yi-. ::. 'II.e • ! r>i.ii >.-" iiv .^ * fe :u.i..ulo ^ Mrs. Fred Kleiber. The Mayfower Circle Mayflower Circle of Thu King's Daughters will meet at the home of Mrs. Bessie Rhoudes in West Eighth Street, Friday afternoon, October 3, al 2 o'clock. The program to be presented is: "Quotations," Ethelyn Rutau; devotionals, Hose Thompson; topic, "Great Teachers of the Law of Love," Hannah Orr; "Religious Comments," Ellu-1 Ulumensehem. Vi&itt:d Mother j Mr. and Mr.s. Eugene Davis of i Whitney 1'oint, New York, left to- Mexico enroute to California where they expect to locate. Mr. and Mrs. Davit, have been guests at the home f the loiiner's mother, Mrs. Mar- ,aiet Heed for a few days. VisHlng Daughter Mrs. Pearl Roley and son, Malcolm left this morning for a week's visit with the former's son-in-law and daughter, Lieut, and Mrs. Herbert Lloyd at Macon, Ga. Accepts Position Friends of Miss Rettie Rupprecht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rupprecht, who was among those graduating from nurses training school at University Hospital in June, will be pleased to hear that she has accepted a position as superintendent of the obsetrlcal department at University Hospital. Attend Homecoming Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Holey and Mrs. Ralph Reed attended the homecoming at the Methodist Church at Irwin, Sunday. Gone To Lexington Samuel Bergor left Sunday for "The Trots" at Lexington, Ky., after spending two weeks at his home here. VUitedTlere Mrs. Ernest Easterling and sister, Mrs. Jay Freer, of Cleveland, spent fair week with their aunt, Mrs. Nettie Enlx, and their cousin, C. O. Coder, 202 W.est Fourth Street, and took in the fuir. Returned Home {tend the concert presented by the Miss Elizabeth Downing of! "Wings Over Jordan," chorus at the her home State Fair Coliseum, this evening. Springs in charge of Lloyd Winter Si Son, Richwood funeral directors. Springfield returned to after spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark on North Maple Street. Returned Home Mrs. Joseph Myers and son Rod- crick returned home, Sunday, after a week's visit at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roderick at Jackson. -Mr. Dinner GueuU and Mrs. Norton Kennedy were .Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Kennedy in South Main Street. They visited the letter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Verle Vail at Springfield, Sunday afternoon. VUHing Sister Mrs. Elba Creviston left Saturday for several weeks' visit at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. Mizpah Circle The Mizpah Circle of The King's Daughters will meet at the home of Mrs. Glenna Blumenschein on Wed- t eight o'clock. All Yam Same Thing Another name for the sweet potato is members are urged to be present. SIMON'S DEPT. STOKE Will close all day Wednesday, Oct. 1st, because of a Jewish holiday. ,3-lc. RAISED $50,000 ADMISSION TAX When the new federal tax Mrs. Alta Davis. East Building. | Mrs. M. A. Shroyer, West Building. I Mrs. Dwight Hush, Junior High ! School. Mrs. Robert Glendcning, Senior High School. Each of these ladies will be chairman to room mothers who represent the various rooms of their buildings. A first and second prizes will be given to the room that turns in the greatest per cent of members and a program becomes effective , H e e{ _ l\ first and second prizes will be , NEW YORK, Sept. 29.—Five thousand union painter, working on a Saturday for the first time in ] 20 years, donated their $50.000 in wages to a "stop-Hitler" campaign. Wednesday it will have pn feet on the theater admissions here. Starting Wednesday, admission to the Avalon for children will be eleven cents instead of ten cents. The adult admission will remain the same as at present. Admission to the J Strand starting Saturday will : be eleven cents for children and twenty-two cents for adults. ] given to the boya or girts who se- I cure the most members, Mrs. Wright i stated. AT MERCY HOSPITAL Mrs. Wendell Shirk, living north of Marysville, was taken to Mercy Hospital, Columbus, Friday evening for observation. She was taken in Winter's ambulance from Raymond. Use the want-aoa. Mrs Returned Home. Frank Mader returned home Sunday evening, after spending the week-end in Columbus visiting her son, Venum Moder, and wife, and other relatives. _-,j Mr. l.uU'rUiat.d and Mrt>. Harold Marshall ul Marion entertained the Booster of the Broadway M. E. Sundu> sehool on Friday night. The evening was .spent in Bible discussion singing und conli;ttsi. Refreshment; of ice cream, caku und leruuiiad were served by the hostess asiislec by Mrs. John iJenune. I \V. «'. T. V. Convention Tiie c>.>uniy W. C. T. U. convention V. ill Oc held l.i-ie ill the Methodist | I. liurch. Tui.i.-V'y. September '11.e 1U < t,e~.-..iull Will U<;:. i 'c: •..;•. A i i'M'-U/K a:i; Notice All room mothers ure to mee Tue.-.du.V ufteinouU at 2 o'clock II the recreation room of tlie bei high school building. \Sill iiiUium u '.•£ Mc;c WinJet Au:uh jjio, V. F. V.'., v. ill t!A«r- I MAKK T1IK MOST OV IT IX -* Timil WORSTED C«rUinly —9ood imprenioni count! W« don't hiv« to Ull you th«t 1 But w« can be Itclplul by $ugg«*ting • Ti(f«ny Wonted — • lucctwful luit with • iucc«ttful look — worn by Nicc««ful ««n. Th«y'r« Uiiof«d in RochesUr with * iu«v« 8«w of lin«—•• c«u«l «ir that icWihej them with luiu uiu«lly <tsoci«t«d with • («r higher price bi«cket. Tal a?t(.nei>. of Ct'iir^e ""HYDE PARK SUITS 29.50 Louis F. Otte lie's Vour tlotliu-r JUr^viUt. UUU

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