Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio on October 17, 1941 · Page 2
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Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 2

Marysville, Ohio
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Friday, October 17, 1941
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THE EVENING TRIBUNE, MARYSVILLE, OHIO , October 1?, l§4t EIGHTEEN TO ENTER ARMY FtVR.KBN WHO *KfiI6TOft£» IN AM&N6 «M«E I* WRAFTOF OCTOBER 29tn i Lloyd W. Codef, l»*oria and Gray- j don Clifton Mohr, Rlchwood. The 13 men who registered a year ago and who will leave on the 29th are: John R. Stump, Plain City Route 2; Robert Elmore Erwin, Rlchwood; Gene Gilbert tinker, Ir- jwin Route 1; Charles D. Barry, j Marysvilte; Bernard, Maxwell Fields, I Detroit; Ralph Edmund 'CrawfoM., i Brlnkhaven, O.; Donald Eugene i JDixon, Richwood; William Frank j 1 McH*ffey, Rlchwood; Joe W. Lent*,! 21-year-olds who registered in \ Marysvilte; Herman Albert Allen, I If weather ig favorable, hundreds the second registration on July 1st i Unionville Center; Eugene Carlton of Marysville football fans are ex- are included in the group of selec-1 Werst, Milford Center, and Avon peeled to trek to Mectuuiicsburg to- tive service men who will leave Marconi Rean, Marysville Route 4. | night to watch their team take on a LARGE CROWD TO SEE GAME HtlND&EDg FROM HERS TO SHE . GAME TONIGHT AT MKCHAN- ! IC8BURG IF WEATHER 18 FAVORABLE here October 29th for Fort Hayes! where they will receive their final j examination preparatory to enter- i ing military service. They will bej the first of July registrants to be j called. ' I HUSKING CONTEST A total of 18 men have been' F. F. A. Chapter members at the called for this date, the second lar-1 McKitrick. farm, William McKitrick Rest call required of Union County, i was first in standing corn, William The five men from the last regii- '"Whitcside, second, and Howard Mc- j highly promising football team from that place. The game will mark Mechanicsburg's homecoming I and a fine show has been plannec In the husking contest of the I by Uie school from that city. Lcesburg-M a g n e 11 c high school | It will mark that f irtt appearance of the Mechanlcsburg band, which is touted to be a colorful outfit boasting a girl drum major and four majorettes. A homecoming queen tratlon included in the call areMCnrdle, third, and in shock-corn, i (s to be crowned preceding' th Charles JEugcne Evert, Rlchwood j William Whlteside was first and j game and to add to the colqr of th Route 2; Willard Arthur Jordan, i Howard McCardle, second. The spectacle. SUchwood Route I; Gl«nn Henry huskers were served refreshments by Mrs. McKitrick. Mannasniilh, Rich wood Route Nu Way Market We Deliver Canal 4621 WHEATIES 2 Bora 2 1.C Brooks CATSUP BoUfe 14c PRUNE JUICE ot 16c RED BEANS ^Ro. 2«A Cans CAKE FLOUR 27c»>* JELLIES AND SPREADS IMSc 3 3 ..Can fC Cans&bC am< . 21/2 2lC DDRSEYS THRIFT:".*£? MRRKET 129 N MAIM MERRITTCORN MERRIT TOMATOES CAROL RED BEANS KRAUT PORK .JEANS COOKIES CANDY CORN SALAD DRESSING CORNFLAKES CAULIFLOWER IDAHO BAKERS TOKAY CRAPES PASCAL CELERY O L No.2'/i Cans .... Lb. Lb. 19C lOc 15c Qt. Sue ZDC 9,, 17f L rkK^. I i u ft Large 10 Lge. Stalk AjTLDMDG* New Theatre Worth t*wJ»tmr», Ohio Mid Sand*?, Get 18-19 Bob Hapo and Dorothy Lameur -_j n _', • Caught in the Draft CONSULT Fresh from Its victory over Lon don. last week, the Mechanlcsbur team will be keyed to take Marys ville. With a backfleld that ha played together four straight yean the Mechanlcsburg outfit hag bee traveling at a fast pace thta year, winning three of Its four games. Coach Paul Wen Eel and, however,—arc expecting-—to—have some thing to say about the game and are looking toward the second victory of .the year. The team is In better shape than at any time since the first game of the season and may be able to show the strength that was promised in this first game. AH in all, the game at- Me- chanlcsburg tonight promises to be a fine show and plenty of hard football can be expected. SIGHT IS TOO PRECIOUS to be regarded lightly. Especially is that true of children'? sight. We suggest an examination of your child's eyes—now. D.R. GRIFFITH OPTOMETRIST Marysville. Ohio Office: Can»l 4534 Home: Canal 4410 OPTOMETRIST FOR VISION RAY TO SPEAK MONDAY NIGHT LARGE CROWD KXJTECTeD TO HtAR STAtE MRBCTOfl or AT P-T-A MEETING A Inrge crowd of school officials, parents and those interested in public schools is expected to be on hand next Monday night when Kenneth C. Ray, newly appointed state director of education, speaks at the Marysville high school auditorium. The meeting is being sponsored by the Marysville Parent-Teacher Association and In addition to Mr. Ray, some other entertaining features are to be on th* program. The StwysvHle hi«h school band will give a half-hour concert preceding the talk. A woman's vocal quartet! from Claibome will sing never*! number* during the evening. Mr. Ray is expected to speak concerning the school system In nett- erel end to touch specifically on the new school tenure law. This act provides that life contracts be given teachers who have taught for five years or more in a school district of more then 800 'pupils. ttal = t irtr* ? fltvor •n ntr* fatof la Brooki C«nv—• fltror «o okll- folir bhwl** jh« d'« h»rd to nunc. But w«'ll It 1 * jolt enr »«r btox)ln>ia« touch af tibMCO rip. f AST JWASTERg MIGHT Past Masters of the local Masonic lodge conferred the Entered "Apprentice on candidates on Bst tiigW. TKose *«iftg as officer* M«#fe TWt Msiftm Frud Avery, irtrin <3. ReAry, Fred Gabriel, John SB. DeVoiw, Sam fiarr, Dana Evens and Frank Beck. Past Matter William Snodgrass gave a ' resume trf the, lodge history follow- in* *he initiation. A. jr. Hare of Tulsa, Okla., formerly of this city and a Mason for 65 year*" among the visitors. Million* Tor Americans spend *3,pOO,WD a for amusements, according to th« census snd $2,500,000 a day for- hotel service. Consumption of tie* in Ireland Is normally about 24 million pound* a year, according to the Department of Commerce). Use the want-ads. MEN'S GLASSES TO HEAR SHAW TO BE GUESTS or Mrmonwrs AT B*EAK- r AST WIEETOSO ADDRESSED BY MISSIONARY Keep your krlthen COOL IN SUMMER WORK SHOE FOR EVERY JOB! No matter whit four pUc* In Induitry... tS««'t * tV«r. Walk Shov.ttiM (in both your fccc and vour Job...>t • prlci tin afford to pay Ml SIZES* Ml WIDTHS SMITH'S ECONOMY STORE MftryivlUe, Ohio - ~~- NEW ADDITION AT CEMETERY ACRE MORE OF GROUND TO BE ADDED TO BUKJAL SPACE AT OAKDALE A n«w addition at Ookdalc Cemetery is to be staked out next week to make additional lots available fof burials, it was announced today by Frank D. Edson, superintendent. The plot to be made available next week consists of a little more than an acre of ground on the west side of the cemetery and requests for lots In this space have been made recently. With this addition. J *>ore than 25 acres of ground will bo included in that used for the cemetery. There are 40 acres of land owned by the cemetery with .about 30 acres being mowed and landscaped. The cemetery now has a population of about 5,200 graves. Ccurt Doings WARM Get a MOORE ""SK RELIEF COST DROPS LOWER ONLY TWO COUNTIES IN STATE SPENT tESS THAN UNION COUNTY LAST MONTH Save 3 hour* work «M* day with SHELLANE Shtllan* CM It deliver*! to your home in cylinders. Now, no metier whtrt you live, you can h«ve • COOL kitchw in rammer, end «ll . the edvMtagei of 4<t> cooking. Automatic Hwt Control on the Shelltne tide of thli range wetchet cooking with no attention from you. A greet convenience . . , better meet i with far 1«M work. Trade hi |twr eW range NOW M. E. Evans Hardware M. E. (PUTT) EVANS, Prop. Unionville Center Relief, costs in Union County last month were the third lowest in the state, it was announced today by State Welfare Director Charles L. Sherwood. Over the state the relief bill during; September was $1,159,872, a drop of $13,870 from the expenditures of the previous month. . The Welfare^ Director said that for the first nine months of this year when the total expenditure was $18,804,150. The September allocation made by the state for relief in- Union County was $379. Only Monroe county with $238 and Noble county with $286, received a smaller iimount than did Union County.. Madison county received $686, Champaign? $925, Hardin $10,76 and Delaware $419. The record for Union county speaks well of the prosperity of this nren. It also attributes to the efficiency with which the relief department is being run under the direction of Frank Holycross, Union county relief director. Tb« Men's Forum ot the Prcsby- tertan church will be guests over rolls »TV« eotte* Sunday morning of the men of (he Beety Bible Class of the Methodirt church. The session will be held at the Oakland Hotel from 9:15 to 10:15. Teacher for the lesson period will be William E. Shaw, graduate' of Ohio Wes- Veyan Univcr- sity, class of 101*,- who returned to this c o u n t ry last year from Korea where he has been a missionary tor the past twenty years. Mr. Shaw i» at present attending Drew University but will come to Delaware in February to assume the directorship of religious education in the university. The speaker Is well-known to many residents of this community as he was a member of the Rainbow Division, nerving both as soldier and chaplain. He will be Introduced Sunday morning by Major Angus Maclvor with whom he was associated overseas. Mr. Shaw will preach at the morning service in the Methodist church. Saygrover's Rightway Market tW Eatit riftti Mreet For Delivery Phone Canal 4499 Ohio MINCE MEAT 2Sc 2 Lb. Jar BRAINS —15c FRESH SIDE > 20c CUBE STEAKS 33c BACON 33c Sliced Swift's GRAPES 21bs.l5c -;—:—Tokay ' HEAD LETTUCE lOc CELERY 13c Pascal; Jumbo Bunches . CAULIFLOWER 19c POTATOES 10H»:33c Idaho Bakers . '' •; ONIONS 101b«,28c INDIA'S ARMY NOW MILLION REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Florabcll Bennett to Anns K tons, 50 ncrt'8 In York township, $1 UCENKt IHUED. A marriage license was issued Wcdni'shday in probate court to Donald R. Clayton, 24. of l.uHue. nd Mrjoriu Ann Vnce, IB, of West Manxfield. NAMED ADMINIKTHATOH. John Devine has been appointed by Probate Judae John W. Duiley. as administrator of the o.state of frank Devlni- ..under $20,000 bond. There was no will to be probated. MARRIAGE LICENSE A marriage license was is.surd yesterday by Probate Judjte John W. Duiley to George'H. Scott. 27, uf Irwin and Helen Edwards, 21, also of Irwin. SWINK'S Ideal Market ON THE SQUARE PURDUE TEAM AT MAGNETIC is The l)epartmont of Cmnnu'rce cnciuiruging hirnplificution of sizi's aiui htyles of iniiimfactures us un uid to (iefetiM*. Shoulder tit cat Veal 28c Ground Beef Lb. 23c Bulk Sausage Lb. 21c (Continued from page 1) treated for broken face bones suffered in practice. Two other members of the squad were reported not in good shape although they may start the game. They'are'Right Halfback Marion Carter and Fullback John Petty. Many Marysville fans will be In the crowd »t the stadium tomorrow at 2 o'clock to sec a Brown-coached team in it« first Western Conference game. A tough game is expected, with State favored to win due to the convincing 33 to 0 defeat of Southern California two weeks ago. Purdue on the same day defeated Pitt 0 to 0. Both teams were idle lust week. SIMLA, India, Oct. 17.—India's armed forces are described by neutral military observers today as powerful enough for action anywhere against any first class enemy power, The Indian army has been thor- ' oughly overhauled since the war began _and in the present Far Eastern crisis it no longer is merely nn establishment. ,for colonial duty Now it is an organization of almost 1,000,000 men, strongly equipped with the latest mechanized apparatus in addition to greatly Intensified fire power. E. J. MORRIS MEATS OF ALL KINDS Quaker Farina '..... 3 bx«, 25c < Henkel'» Cake Flour 23c • • . 28c Box Buckwheat Flour 3for25c (> 12c Packages ^ . . ,„,,.,.•,.....*.:..,•.. Kellogg's All Bran 2 pkgs. 2!c Can Pumpkin 3 for 25c No. 21-j Cans Potatoes pk. 25c; 100 Ib bag. 1.55 Coffee 3 Ibs. 56c Special Coffee . Ib. 15c Apples—Ig. Northern Spy. : 6 lb». 23c Bulk Tea—Best Imperial Ib. 35ej Silver Dust 23c Large Box Old Reliable Coffee 30c 2-lb glass Jelly OFFICER SLAIN IN GUN FIGHT ROME, Oct. 17.—The newspaper Resto Del Carllno reported today in a dispatch from Athens that «n unnamed British lieutenant colonel had been killed on the streets of j Athens after a gun battle with! Italian occupation troops. I The troops were reported to have j found him in a house where he had ; been concealed since ih« Gentians captured Athens. The colonel, it was said, wounded two Italian soldiers, and fled down the principal; GRANGE NEWS j Sliop today's grocery uds and wave nwuev lOc BERKSHIRE SALE October 2 1st, 19-11 At Oukwiiud Stuck Fiti in. Id mile sniitli of Columbus, ti milch nurth- Tlic Pure Buckwheat 5-Lb. H»J 25c Searchlight Matches I.g. Boxes 6 Iur 23c Head of B«lUr Ruiia lie*dj for btrvii* <J " U Head)' to torcwi n'luic . . . I'ruliUtUlo . . C. B. ii. hi SKLt & Ohio bUN Apples S lbs.25c t.^rgc suukist Oranges Ikiz. 39c M1LLCKEEK GRANGE Milk-reke Grange met Tuesday Millcreek Grange met Tuesday Eugene Bouic, presiding. During the lecture liour. Eugene Buuic told «bi>ut his recent trip to Seattle, Washington, Contests were enjoyed after the program. ELECT GRAND MASTER street, exchanging shots with soldiers until he was killed by Italian jumcer. thcl an y$ *3 'H ~> > *£a irs A sie unmxsAi FOR ONLY $69.95 Japanese lishermen are now cuU'hing less expensive but more nutritive fishes, according to the Department of Commerce. Exports of canned corned, beef from Argentina in 1940 totaled 176 j million pounds, the Department of Commerce reported. , Celery 15c Cranberries Lt>. 17c C 4U.I liu\ Chark'S B. Hoffman of Dayton wus t-lecu-d Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Ohio, F. &. A. M., at thu closing session of the Grand Lodge in Columbus and Dayton was i-luwii for tliu meeting next year. H. W. Titus and Fix-d Kubtiui, muster and senior wttrden. ix-si^ec- lively, attended as cicU-gati.'S of the loi'til Musoaic favurublo >narket cojiditions have resulted in the establishment of numerous small lurnbc-r mills, the DeparUnent of Commerce says. Wuauu-r ButcaU. Dcpuvtineat ol uaitntic*. ih t'oui>eraUiig wiUi oiLtyi'ji bud uiuverMUts in Hie i*wUHUi£ of jutHeuiulufciiits lit by SHORT TERM LOANS TO FARMERS On ttie moat favur*ble term* ev*t offered Available for gen*?*! farm Livestock Voiding aiid Produe- tion pur{fu»ea. W. C. SHAW LW S. M*lfl gt O. HOLYCROSS MUSIC & APPLIANCE STORE na Wt*t tilth 01.

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