Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio on October 10, 1941 · Page 6
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Marysville, Ohio
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Friday, October 10, 1941
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THE EVENING TRIBUNE, MAKYSVILLE, OHIO Friday, October 10,1941 l CLKAWmO. Can rr*d Avery. PAINTS and »r«np»p*T. LARGE SIZE enameled circulating heater, in good condition. C. C. Brown. I4V88TOCR to Columbus every Mond*y. We will Uk« your full load knjr day, no yardage or com- mfssiqn. SPaul Dildine, Phone 29, Raymond. MODERNIZE YOUR HOME— Lit un estimate, without obligation, co»t of surfacing your home with Johns-Manville, modern Insulating tiding. Phone Marjrsvllle Lumber Lumber Merchant". Canal 4414, Co., "Your Furnished Rooms FOR RENT—FurnUhed room sleeping. 704 W. Fifth St. 19 for Houses, Apartments 20 COMFORTABLE small apartment. Private bath and entrance. To be vacated Friday, 240 W. Fourth St. Miscell. for Rent 22 FOR RENT— Garages. Close In. See G. E. Fcrrell, 225 W. Fourth St. Special Notices 4 PRUDENTIAL farm loan*. Low rate, long term*. Authorized mortgage •ollcitor. M. E. Fravel, Plata City. Ohio. WHITE SHOES dyed for longer wear. Come In and let us give your shoe* that new appearance. Marytville Shoe Repair, Donald Fleming. CLOSED SUNDAY at 11 "~lnf summer Wrecking Co, m. dur- monUisTBelville~ Wanted: Miscellaneous 5 • WOMAN wants ironing to do. 319 N. Maple St ' Horses $4.00, Cows $2.00 of size and condition Reverse Telephone Charges Small animals removed promptly Union County Fertilizer Canal 4861 Marysvllle, O. E, O. Buchsleb. Ind. GRAVEL Wa«hed Band and Gravel Gravel for D7fvewayi7"eTc; Phone us for prices MARY8VILLE BAND & GRAVEL CO. Phone 3531 Milford Ctr.. O. WANTED—Lambs and veal calves. Bring us your veal calves and lamb*. We will allow you all the market afford*. Honeit weights on tested scale*. You must be satisfied. 1 mile east on.U. S. 36, Marysvllle and. Delaware Road, Asman's Packing Co. Automobile Service 7 MOTOR .REBUILDING—Drive in for motor inspection. We'll give It what it needs. New parts. General tune-up. Floyd Grubbs, 222 S. Court St., Marysvllle, Ohio., Female Help Wanted 10 WAITRESS wanted at Dutch's Sandwich Shop. ATTENTION: Woman desiring extra- income will find our demonstration plan Interesting. Pleasant •nd profitable. Car necessary. Interviews by appointment only. Box 63, c/o Tribune. WEST MANSFIELD FBIKNDS MISSION I Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching service, 11 a. m. Evening service, 8:00 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Tuesday vening at 8:00 o'clock. BPRINODAl.E BAPTIST Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Classes or all acea. Edgar Lowry, supcrln- endent. RAYMOND CHRISTIAN t- Paul Ferguson, Pastor Church services, 10 a. m. Sunday school, 11 a. m. Young People'* meeting, 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening. 8:15 p. m. Marie Chappell. Sermon, "Thia Is i My Father's World." MAGNETIC METHODIST Rev. James Cooper, Pastor Church services, 9:45 a. m. Sundoy. school, 10:45 a. m. CHURCH OP OUR LAD* OP LOUBDEB Fr. Carl Lamott Marysvllle: M&ss at 8 o'clock and . noon, at 1:30 o clock. Trailmakers, 4:30 p. m., at the church Worship, Bible story, and recreation. Junior Fellowship, 8:30 p. m., at the chureh. Worship. Subject: "Christianity and Democracy in America," recreation and refreshments. Annual meeting of the Ohio Central Association of Congregational Christian Churches Sunday, "October 19, at the First Congregational Church, Columbus, Ohio. Afternoon and evening sessions. A TRINITY LUTHERAN E. J. Goedeklng, Pastor , Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Frank Mader, superintendent. Divine worship, 10:30 a. n>. Holy co'mmunlon. The sermon, "Repent and Believe." Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. The sermon, "The Divine Architects Specifications for Home-Building." Benevolent Society meeting, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in the parish school building. Adult ^membership class meeting I at the parsonage, Thursday after- North Lewlsburg: No mass. evening at 7:30 o'clock. Catechetical instruction, Saturday afternoon. Juniors at 1:30 seniors at 2:30 o'clock. Junior Choir rehearsal, Saturday ,1 PRODUCE Eggs (buying prices): Current farm receipts 28c; graded * central Ohio firsts 29c; seconds 22c; pullets 20c. U. S. retail grade eggs (paid producers): U, S. extra large 33c; standard large 30c; standard medium 28c; trades 25c. Live poultry (L o. b. Columbus): Broilers, 1V4 to 2 Ibs. 19c; fries up to 4 Ibs. 17c; fries 4 Ibs, and over 17c; light hens 13c; heavy hens 10([j>20c; roosters J2@13c; spring duoks I2c; spring turkeys 24c; old turkeys 15c. Male Help Wanted 11 WANTED—Corn huakcrs. Albert j Hlnderer, Empire 4457. Good Things to Eat f 5 APPLES, plenty of fresh cider. John Smallwood. Hilltop 4753. APPLE BUTTER for sale. Call Linwood 4238. FOR SALE—Fries and roast 22c. Mrs. W. a Carson, Phone Eddy 4852. Poultry. Livestock 17 CHICKS day old or started. Hatches every week In the year. Delaware Chlckerles, Delaware, O. THREE »ow» with pigs at side; matched team of sorrel weanling colts'. Melrose 4758. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Aug. Gerken, Pastor No services In our church. Annl- j evening at 7:45 o'clock, voraary services in St. Paul's, at Chuckery: German, 10 a, m., English, 8 p. m. with sermon by Rev. Edwin Husmann of Dayton. The Walthcr League meets Tuesday, 8 p. m. Concordla College chapel of the air over WOWOr 1; 190 klc.T 10:31 a. m. Mondays through Fridays. COLUMBUS LIVESTOCK Hogs: Receipts 400 head; market lOc higher; 180 to 240 Ibs. $10.85; 240 to 200 Iba. $10.70; 200 to 2HO Iba. $10.55; 280 to 300 Ibs. $10.40; 300 to 400 Ibs. $10.25 down; 160 to 180 Ibs. $10.50; 140 to 100 Ibs. $10.25; 100 to 140 Ibs. $9.75«j'10; sows $0.25<fi[0.75; stags $8.50. Cattle: Receipts light; not much action due to supply available; occasional sales on cqws and bulls ut steady prices us compared with Monday; odd head sausage bulb $7<i(i8.50, depending on size and flesh; moat canner and cutter cows eligible at $4.50'i(-0.25; good beef cows $7; no steers or heifers in slaughter flesh available today. Calves: Receipts light, market steady; good to choice $13<fpl4; me dlum to, good $10.5051'12.50; outs $9 down. Sheep and lambs: Receipts 200 head; market opening steady; good FOR SALE—Registered Shropshire j to choice lambs on trucked In bnsis ram*. Thompson Bros., West I $10.500111; mediums $0 down; bucks WATKINS CHRISTIAN Sunday school, 10 a. m. Robert McKltrlck, superintendent Classes for all ages. • Churc!) services at 11 a. m. conducted by Rev. Wall. Special music will be furnished by a colored 1 choir from Columbus who sang at Watklns last spring. Young People's meeting at 7:30 p. m. with Donna Jean Guy as leader. ALLEN CENTER BAPTIST Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. Chester Turner of Weslorvlllc.- Manifield. FORTY-SEVEN coarse wool ewes from 3 yr. old up. J. R. Richardson, 3 ml. east of N. Lowlsburg on Lev! Snuffln farm, FOR SALE—'Coon hound. 2 miles northeast of Marysvllle on Waldo Road, Dwlght Marine. PLACE your order in advance for fall chick*. We also have started chicks in our batteries. Come In, write or phone. Ohla Marynvlll-; Hatchery, Canal 4666. PUBLIC SALE of fresh dairy cow«, Tuesday, October 14, 1841. Henry Conklin. Plain City. Ohio. IMMUNKD Poland China hogs either sex. Guy Kobinaon, Milford Center, Ohio. Miscellaneous for Sale 18 MEN'S lined jacket*; also whipcord zipper lined Jackets. Prices $2.49 to $2&8. Smith'* Economy Store, MarynviHs;. Ottla. discounted down; down.. at $1 per cwt.; culls $U sheep for Nluughter $4 Guy METHODIST {Milford Center Charge) Paul H. Cramer, Pastor Milford Center Church school, 9:15 a. m. Coughenour, superintentent. Morning worship, 10:10 o'clock. Don't miss this service. Youth League, 6:30 p. m, Joe Button, leader. Irwln Church school, 10 o. m. Carl Daum, superintendent. Election of school officers. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Unlonvllle Center Church school, 10 a. m. Evening worship, 8 o'clock. Brotherhood meeting, MlUoru Methodist Church, Friday evening. FOR SALE—Three piece wicker suite, in gtxxl cunditiuti. Cull Z6Z2 Milfuid Centvr or »c<; Mrs. Uiivis, Milfurd Center. SMALL HEATHOLA for bile, reasonable. Mr*. Albert 6fci London Ave. very TOLEDO CHAIN Wheat: l.Ofldi LOG Mi. Corn: 70<i ( 71c. Outs: 48Vifi»47c. CLEVELAND LIVESTOCK Hogs: 000. 15c higher and active; heavy |10 30f<i 10,80; 230 to 250 Ibs. $11; 190 to 230 Ibs. $11; pics 100 to 140 Ibs. JU.SO'ii 10. Cattk 1 : 100, blow; steers 1100 Iba up $lUi <ii 12. choice 750 to 1000 Ibs. $11 50»i 12.50; good $10.50ii 11.50; medium $9.50d| 10.50; butchers, good $10.505i 11,50; medium $9.50''i 10.50; common $8n9; cows good $7.50'n 9.50; medium $B50'ii7.0U; i-annem and cutters. $4.50.'•(«; butcher bulls $8<<tlO. Calves: 200, steady; choice $14 v ( 15; good $13 M 14; medium $12-n Hi; common $ti n 11. Sln-ip and lambs: li'M, tlrony; lambs choice $lln<1225; jjo.ul $10, ( 1!; medium $73(10, culU $V M 10 wethers choice $4 !>U'u 3 uO; inoiiun $3.50:.! 4 50; vwcs choice $3.50i>i 4.W) medium |250 t< 3.50; common $1.50 ) 2.50. METHODIST Ellsha Knelsley, Pastor Church school. 9:30 a. m, Lynn L. Barker, superintendent. Worship, 10:30 a. m. The minister will preach a short .series of sermons on the theme: "The Rich Christ." The following subjects will "bo discussed nt the morning worship: "He Was Rich in Abiding Truth;" "He Was Rich in Convincing Faith;" "He Was Rich in Self Restraint;" "He Was Rich In Abiding Love." Methodist Youth Fellowship, 8:30 p. m. The commission on worship and evangelism, will have charge of the devotional progrfuns during the month of October. The topic for Sunday is "Worship Through Music." The Youth Fellowship Is sponsoring a social event Friday evening at the church at 7 o'clock. Tlie general meeting of The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Wednsday, October 5, at 2 p. m. Devotions are In charge [ Mr.s. Nina McGuire. The social in charge of Group 2. The cxecu- ve board will meet In the round —' • torn nt 1:30 a. m. preceding the eneral meeting. ASBUHV METHODIST Wyburn Skidmore. Pastor Church school, 10 a. m. Kelvin . Payne, superintendent. Topic of sson, "Christ Our Savior." Revival begins at Raymond, Sim- lay evening October 12th, with isago by Rev. Skidmore. The nuslc is in charge of Mr. and Mrs. oseph Crouse of Wilmore, Ky. Services start at 8 p. in. Prayer meeting at A H b u r y, I'hursUay October 16th. IG FORD JOBS FOR '42 buUder Of 'monster 30 and 60-ton tanks! The Best Looking, Best Riding, Best Running FORD Car ever built! Here's your car for time, tike these! The quality carjn to Acid 11.11 j »»•" • *- . for its fine new ride and UEK..I ,~— . „ f O r its nne new »m». —•— "6." Ford now build* both! Enioy the "new Ford ride" now finer still... on lower, wider chassis, with longer, softer springs! M •! car you'll drive with pride . . . new in style At Willow Run, in the biggest ***«£»«» «» Ford airjlane engine plant at Dearborn. Bar8 Cylinders - - EVANS MOTOR SALES • 227 S. Main St. Mary«ville, Ohio Phone Canal 4811 HORSES »4* COWS Of ttiac «*>* Oottttea. — Cull Belt Bros, Fertilizer M»ry»vi«i* •KRIEG-fJZ; W.^7^ "i / -- ,..-•-:^>.'^-—-"a T_- r«7 KRJE..S-AD5- CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible school, 10 a, m. Morning worship, H o'clock. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN AT CHUCKERY C. J. S, Wachholz, Pastor St, Paul's celebrates Sunday her annual Church Dedication Festival with two services. In the morning at 10 o'clock the local pastor will preach the sermon in the German language; and In the evening at 8 o'clock, Pastor E. S, Husmun from Dayton will preach tht English sermon. A cordial welcome la extended to all to come and celebrate and worship with us. . FIRST PRESBYTERIAN John Alvin Stuart, Pastor Church school, 9:30 a. m. Men's Forum. Orchestra^ Morning worship and sermon by the pastor, 10:30 o'clock. "Human Compassion in o World at War. Special music by the choir. Nursery for small children. Orchestra rehearsal, 4:00 p. m. Junior choir rehearsal, 3:00 p. m Pioneers and Crusaders, 5:30 p. m. Leader, Louise Henry. Recreation and refreshments. The Tuxls Society, 8:30 p. m. Leader, Robert Henry, Foreign Affairs Convocation program in Matron First Church, with the Laymen's League supper on Tuesday night. Mrs. Paul Erdman of Syria wil be on this field for interviews and visits all day Wednesday. The John ' Alvln Stuart Bible Class will meet on Wednesday night at *8:30 o'clock for a tureen supper and social gathering, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis of Grand Avenue. Among other activities of the evening Mr. Dana Gorton will review A. J. Cronln's latest book. on either Saturday or Sunday morning before the worship service. GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE Wesley Wlbley, Pastor Sunday school, 0:30. Morning worship, 10:45. Service n charge of the Lucas evangelistic party. Evening service, 7:45. Message by the pastor. Worship Tuesday and Thursday, 7:45. Young people's meeting Friday evening. KIDNAPER IS SENT TO PEN Use the want-aos. NOTICB Of AI'l'OINTMK.MT K*tn<r of Ann* C. Pox, Nutlce Is tiurtliy Klvtin thrtt Rulph J. Kox of HFU, Mary»villB, Ohio, ha« be«n duly appointed ntlinlrilntTator of the tiHtHto of Anna C. Kox, do- cfRNftl, latfl of Paris Township, Union County, Ohio. CEL1NA, O., Oct. 10.—Lawrence E. Stoker, 28, of Defiance, who pleaded guilty to the kidnaping of a Mercer county couple, was under sentence of 10 to 30 years imprisonment today. Betty Hauk of Celina and Urban Kaup of Coldwater were accosted as they sat in a parked automobile last July 28. Stoker was captured at Hamilton' a few days later. He pleaded'guilty to charges of kidnap- ing, robbery, and automobile theft. Miss Hauk married Kaup recently. TEST NEW BLIMP four month* or be forever barred. Datril thlH 2nd iliiy of October, 18<1 ' JOHN W. DAILKY, Probate Judge of »ftld County. CMFTON U CAUY1,, Attorney. October 3, 1841-31. AKRON, O., Oct. 10.—Navy officials watched the new Goodyear - blimp—the 416,000 cubic foot K-4— I on its maiden flight yesterday. A sister ship, the K-3. already has been delivered to the naval aid station at Lakehurst. N. J. /Wild Geese Calling* I'HUUCH Or {•HKIbT A. E. Wii'kham, evangelist of iteubenville, %s'ill begin a scries of .iohpet iiu-vting:> at Lunda, Sunday, Oct. 11!. SiTvicvs fiu'h evening the week ul 7:45. A cordial invitation to ull to come and hear him bible Mudy, Suitday> 10 a. in. Worship and communion, 11 a. in. HU6.T CONGREGATIONAL G- D. Wiiifield, pastor Church school, 0:30 u. in. Morning worship. 10.30 o'clock. Young I'c-ouU-'s chuir in c-huigu ot Ihc inu^ic. "Cunip l.;fv" by Mi^j FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN 1'uul E. Plasterer, Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a. in. Cloyce Moore, superintendent. L. P. Hup- right, assistant. Morning worship. 10.30 o'clock. Sermon by the pustur. Luther League, b:tX) p. in. Jean A^jiiau, leader. The Brotherhood will meet Monday evening, October 13, in the social rouins ot the church. Tins Is the opening; mefcting fox the yeur aud a good iitundance is d.^ucd The meeting will begin at 8:00. On Sunday, October 19. the itn MUul Harvest Hume ft/sUVul Will b< hvlJ. Bring your giils tu the chuicl Prepared For The Evening Tribune by Betty Crocker Home Service Department CRUMBS FOR DESSERT "Molly's the savingest woman", an old man complained of his new daughter-in-law. "She even saves bread crumbs , he added in a low impressive voice. ' , You see, he'd come from a farm where table scraps went to the chickens. Therefore, seeing a woman carefully hoarding bread crumbs looked like the height of frugality to him. He admitted later, when he'd had a chance to sample some of the delicious scalloped dishes and «ven desserts that Molly had contrived from her bread crumbs | ... that perhaps after all there might be something to that crumb- saving business. ; LoU Of Crumb Dishes Fried foods rolled in crumbs and beaten egs • • • scalloped dishes and au gratin dishes ... as well as bread puddings, are all *«""" «5 crumb-users to all of us. Au gratin, you know, literally means "with crumbs". But there are move crumb desserts than many women seem Bread crumbs played an Important part in the old-time plum puddings of England and early America. Some Quite Elegant Desserts Then there are those delicious European Torten. Really quite elegant desserts some of them . . . yet here is a definition of what a torte. ls really supposed to be: "Torten are cake usually containing no butter, but made rich with nuts and light with eggs. Bread or cracker crumbs usually take And here is a typical torte that fits this definition to a "T". DATE AND NUT TORTE 1 tup. baking powder 1 package dates (cut fine) 1 cup walnut meaU (cut fine) 4 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 cup ground dry bread crumbs Beat the eggs and add the sugar gradually. Blend in the bread crumbs, which nave been mixed with the baking powder. Stir in the dates and nuU. . • , Bake in a well greased, shallow 8-m. square baking pan for 85 minutes in a moderate oven, 350' F. Cool and cut into squares. Serve with whipped cream or Ice cream. This will make about 10 servings. BROWN BETTY No discussion of bread crumb desserts la complete without mention of that perennial favorite, Brown Betty. Here is the recipe: 4 tbsp. butter % cup brown sugar 2 cup* stale fine bread crumb* ?j Up. cinnamon 5 cups thinly* *A cup hot water Melt butter, add brwid crumbs and stir until brown. Arrange layers of crumbs, then apples in a buttered baking dish, sprinkling 1 each layer with brown sugar end cinnamon. Press quite firmly. Have crumbs on top. Pour water over top. Bake in a deep baking dish, 8 inches in diameter, for 1 hour at 350* F., moderate oven. Serve hot with whipped cream or hard sauce. Stewart Edward White's best sell- ;mance of the novel are welded into ing novel of the great Northwest, ; an outstanding film. Set in the •Wild Geese Calling," is due to • wilds of Alaska, the thrills come open Sunday through Monday at'thick and fast aa the film builds to the Avalon Theatre. ! its exciting climax. This new 20th Csntury-Fox film I Warren Wiliiam, Ona Mutisun has Henry Fonda as the two-fisted and Barton Mac-Lane have impoi;- lumbc-rjock and Joan Bi-nnctt as tant roles in the pic-lure which was the beautiful dunct hull queen, who directed by John Biitluii. Huiau; together light the fury of a great McCoy wrote the screen play. "Wili All the jiL-tioii, oiitu.a uiij io-:iiarry Joe Bruv»n_ Mort Ways To Due Bread Crumbs Uanbh Apple Cak« . . . Custard Type Bread Pudding . . . Friend Htnaah's Quaker HUB Pudding , . . these are some of the recipes for delicious "crumb" dtsserts th&t have been perfected in Betty Crocker's listing kitchen. If you'd like them, just send your nsme and address and 3c in postage with your request to Betty Crock«r in euro of this newgpaper. Outlet, It you hav* tny »peclfto cooking problems, send a letter requesting information to Butty Crotktr In care of thlt newspaper. You will r«celv« • prompt, person*! reply. Plea** enclose 3 cent *Ump to cover COLUMBL'b SlfUKK ' COLUMBUS, O,, Oct. 10.—Pruduc: lion on 2^0 steel sars for the Caua- ; diiiii Pacific railroad was at a slaud- ' blill today at the hal»ton hU.-t.-l Car i Co. i/la:il where aoO nicn»i>vi4 of the i Raliton Independent Shop Cralt ; union walked out because of failure ol nc^uliatioiia fui' jjiccu vvoik ^a^t.' Save by reading i-ry aaa.

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