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October 28, 1941

The Marysville Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 3

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fuesitlay, Oetofeei* M, fft&tm OHIO AVAL ON Starts Tomorrow IKY.HI6H ftm* Swtoty N*w» ta C«n»I 4*B Men, Women! Old at 40,50,60! Get Pep Added: Cartoon, Pete Smith Sports, News Rc«l Shows~-7:00, 9:10 Tonight Only The 6r«ot Stage Hit Comes Thrillingly To The Scraenl LADIES IN RETIREMENT Ida lonis LUPINO ' HAYWAftti ' A Columbia Ptchir* Also: Cartoon, Comedy Shows—7:00, 9:10 At Clnc«nn»tl. Mrs.'J. M. Snider and Mrs. Bernlca Fox are attending a course of study for x-ray technicians at Cincinnati, this week. Retained Home Dr. and Me*. P. D. Longbrake returned home Monday evening after a motor trip through the Smoky Mountains and a visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Asman, and children at Opelika, Ala., and Ft. Bcnning, Ga. Visited Parents Dr. Clyde Mllsner, who is a first lieutenant in the 148th Infantry at Camp Shelby, and Miss Mary Wood of Columbus, were dinner guests a the home of the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. G. Wood, Monday eve ning, Sunday Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Moore o Springfield were Sunday guests at The Call America Heeds the home of Schelderer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo To relieve Misery of 666 COLDS . Liquid Tablets Salve Nose Drops Cough Drops Try "Rub-My-Tism"-a Wonderful Liniment EVENING TRIBUNE i UUHKIl WHO!*. & OTTIB I'ublUhera i. M. IIUBER, Gmerirt M«»«at«r 1IIVIN C. HKNBY, Kdltar Member of Ohio Sr!«* Mat ol Onlly Newn Tfce Ofclo !Mew«ii«p«r AMOcftim AMoulnted Oblu Ualllc* National Editorial A«»oeUtlo« Sunday Guests. Misses Martina and Avalon Miller of near Milford Center were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mrs. Ed Fitzpatrick. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moffitt and son Philip were Sunday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Fitzpatrick. • Sunday Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Willison of Croton arid Mi", and Mrs. Isaac Kilbury of Unionville were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Scheiderer. Visited Brother Miss Nellie McCurdy spent today at the home of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk McCurdy, at Raymond. Returned Home Mrs. W. A. Boylan and son Michael, of Washington C. H. have returnecl home after a few days' visit at,the home of Mr., and Mrs. Charles Spitler. S & C. Club Mrs. Carrie Coleman will entertain the S. & C. Club at n card party Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Oakland Hotel. Galloway's Ontario, parents of. the groom; Mr. MERCURY TOOK ! A LONG DROP ONE DEGREE BELOW FRREZ- mo WAS wiawtMKO ** GOVERHMEJTT TWER- MOMBTKB. LAST CRASH AT CALL* triad the front tnd <3»ma«*d and WM» i brought to the ft. I. Huffman * ; Company garage here for A tnirk and pnssi»nger car collided j at the intersection of Routij* 44 and i 31 at New California yesterday, • with the occupants escaping injury.! The passenger car which wa» owned ' by Ernrst Dictry of Richmond, Ind., i C»t»re* Colored garrnpntt e«n b« prtv«nl- cd from fading by drylnf flrttn wrong side out. —, ' i _..»' »' 111 A mass of cold air that swept'in from the west dropped the moderate i temperatures here • to 31 degrees above zero last night. The government thermometer registered a high ; of 60 degrees this afternoon and the mercury then started falling and a chilly night is forecast. The high yesterday was 69 defgre**. Sub-frwwing temperatures were recorded throughout the central states south to Missouri and Kansas. Readings included 14 at Jamestown, N. D., BemidjI, Minn.; 22 at Park Falls, Minn.; 24 at Sioflx City, la., and 27 at Chicago. Forecasters said sub-normal temperatures would continue for ai week. The Chicago weatherman eald the mercury would rise tomorrow in the Mississippi Valley, but that another wave of cold air would follow in the wake of a storm moving over tha Great Plains today. and Mrs, Earl L. Cline of Port Rowan, Ontario; Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Cline of Buffalo; Mr. Herbert Braun of Wllliamsville, N. Y.; Mr. Gordon Richards and Mr. William Hagstrom of. Buffalo. A buffet dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. Later in the evening the bride and groom Ifift for a short honeymoon. They «vill return to spend a few days at the Spain home after which they. will .go to Buffalo for their future home. Returned Home Miss Dorothy Burns and Miss Christine Bunsold returned home Monday evening after a week end visit with friends at Chicago. PAROLE GRANTED KEARNY TOOK HEAVY BLOW The Red Crow nUrt« U the iymbolef tfe« 1841 American Red Croii Roll Call poiUr, «pp««!lntf to «ll m»n and women to Join their local Chapter* during the annual Roll Call. Braijtotraw' Crandell, dlstlnBulihed poster •rtUt, painted the-potter and Frame** 'Fedden It the model. John Young 61 this city is sched- \ vied to be paroled from the London i Prison Farm on or after January 2, j 1942, Jt was announced today by the j Ohio Pardon and Parole Commis- j ulonv Young was sentenced to from j one to five years in the penitentiary ' in Common Pleas Court here October 25, 1940, after a jury found him guilty of breaking^and entering the home of Harry Gordon on September 4,1940. Install IRON FIREMAN Now j Catholic church is a factor of major ' importance. Nazi relations with Catholicism within Germany have long been troubled and any wide acceptance of Mr. Roosevelt's charge of untoward Nazi' intentions toward religion might w.ell arouse difficulties for the Germans in the Catholic countries. JOHN W. CULLEW CO. ilvortUlBK H»»rw»«««T« Cleveland Office — 669 Hlppodrom* Bouth Tblrt S.lroTt 2JO North Mlohl- r a 1 Motor, ,0*0. ••o»t Office aa Second Cl»»« Matter " Bubicriptlon Rate*: By carrier, week, lOc; by mall lo Union p«tr jr»*r. CKKKT re"_*ti..fcU.roa r-Hitw^ W?i Sunday Guests Mr. and Mrs. Will Parker had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hnll of Mt. Vcrnon, • • -Returned Home Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blumenscheln, Mrs. Anna Blumenschein and son Edward returned home Friday evening from Brldgevvater, South Dakota, after visiting the former's sister, Mrs. William Reinekc. They also stopped at Red Bud, III., and visited the letter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs)Guebert, and family. MAY CONTROL CONDI T1ON8. BUT OOD ALONE HEAL8. STAY IN GOD'S SPIRITUAL SUNLIGHT: I am Jehovah'that healelh thee.—Exodus 15:26. MAGNETIC SPRINGS WOMAN TESTIFIES Cllne-Spaln Wedding Mr. and Mrs. L. Gail Spain are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Mary Esther to Thomas Howard Cline, of Buffalo, N, Y. The TRIBUTE PAID TO CREW AND TO CONSTRUCTION OF. DESTROYER HIT BY TORPEDO PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 28.—The If. S. destroyer Kearny's ability to make port under her own power after being damaged severely by a torpedo is a tribute TO American naval designers and the morale of her officers and crew, Undersecretary of Navy James V. Forrestal said last night. Speaking before a' Navy Day dinner at tne Union League Club, For- restaj disclosed for the first time the nature of the injuries suffered by the Kearny when sho was torpedoed 350 miles south and west of Iceland in Oct. 17. The Kearny limped to Reykjavik without help. "The Kearny suffered a direct hit from a torpedo abreast of the boiler room on the starboard side and the resulting explosion not only opened Yofa needn't w«it longer lor low-cost, automatic healing. Iron Fireman's low initial cost is coupled with uatangly low operating cost. For Iron Fireman get* yore heat unit* from America's great entamj fuel—stoker coaL You can loaf while Iron -Fireman tends the fire* providing you witn the steadiest heat obtainable at any price. __ p _^-- --~...~~ NOW AS LOW A3 $192 complete with (momatic control!, pluj freight >W . IJbtnl FHA term*. JOHN* McAuliffe JERRY Brothers CARD PARTY IS SUCCESS (Continued from page 1). .. man said that a "high point in Roosefantasy" had been achieved by the chief executive and that the charges were the product .of a "crazy, absurd imagination." Hardl had this propaganda line j been put out when the Germans I switched signals. A second com-! the card party given at the high mentary was issued Jn which. Uw school recreation room last night line of ridicule was placed by one and'.the Marysville Parent-Teacher mounting anger. The .Roosevelt Association was richer by about $00 speech was called a "conglompra- as the result of the event. Proceeds '\ More than 200 persons enjoyed marriage took place Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in the. Byhalia Friends church in the presence of the immediate families and close friends. Accompanied by his wife, Mr. Walter Cline, a brother of the Mrs. .Elizabeth McMonlgal, 87- year-old Magnetic Springs widow, testified at the trial of 36 men on mail fraud and conspiracy charges in federal court at Columbus yesterday that her 78-year-old sister, Martha Miller, invested $500 in cemetery lots after a salesman for Forest Glen, Inc. "was nice to her and brought her flowers." Mrs. McMonigal identified the salesman as Earl Holliday, formerly of Marion. The defendants are accused of guaranteeing substantial profits from the cemetery lot investments. B1UTUJUAY ANMVEIU5AKY groom, sang, "I Love You Truly" and "Because." The bride's father gavfe her in marriage before an altar decorated with lighted candles, greenery and fall flowers. The Bev. Leland Wiley, a high school classmate of the bride, read the single ring service. Their attendants were Mrs. Romay Bogaert of Lexington, Ky., a sister of the bride, and Mr.' Earl Clinu of Port Rowan, Ontario, a brother of the groom. The ushers were Jack and Tom Spain of Columbus .nephews of the bride. Miss Spain chuie for her wedding a lightweight beige wool dress with brown accessories. Mrs. Bogaert wore a flowered print dress. Their mixture of fall up that side of the ship but blew out the deck overhead and part of the superstructure," ha said, no record of any destroyer, sustain- tial damage, the ship not merely remained afloat but proceeded under its own power to port. Insofar as I have been able to discover there is no record of any destryer, sustaining a direct torpedo hit in so vital part of the ship, being able to proceed to port." tion of suspicions, insults, slanders, forgeries and imputations." Apparently Nazi .anger mounted by leaps and bounds. A little later a third , atement was made, couched in possibly the most violent language yet employed by Berlin in reacting to a Roosevelt speech, That statement abounded' with charges • that the . American president is "insane" An unnamed "high German personality" was quoted as comparing Mr. • Roosevelt with the mad King Ludwig of Bavaria. It was suggested that Mr. Roosevelt would, go down as Uie "greatest liar and fake in history." "Such an example of shamelesa- ness, rottenness, beastliness and idiocy never has been offered to a modern nation." an authorized .in- said. "Never has such a ' ^ >,t *- * «*• T VA- .jt'jl of the. party are to be used for the hot lunch program in the Marysville schools.. A total of 40 tables of bridge and euchre, were played. Fifty prizes donated by Marysville . merchants were awarded .during the evening. Mrs. Clyde Butler, general chairman of the event, expressed her thanks on behalf of the P.-T. A. to co-operating merchants and all thosd aiding in making the party a success and to the management of the Avslon Theatre for the benefit show Friday. Public Sales GEORGE HOOVER Monday, Nov. 10, at 12 o'clock at luiiimiik DUIU, 4iv;v«-4. i*H*0 w%»w.» — jg residence, known as the Hoover specimen of mental breakdown be*n j f armi 4 miles west of Marysville, *& shown. One can only ask if Rouse; veil is a criminal or a lunatic." The Germans did not indicate the exact motives behind their shifting WOKU IS RECEIVED MBS. CHENEY DIEI> mile north of Route 33: 7 horses, 8 cows, 5 hogs, 23 sheep, implements. Terms: cash. Lunch on grounds. Simpson & Son, aucts. A p hunor t luck dinner uf Mis. Kate wah held in Livingston's birthday anniversary at her imine. 3d9 Harris Avt'., Culuinbua- Thii.,e i-utifiit were Mr. and Mrs. l,e>v!d Giuenbaurn, Mr. and Mrs. J;u:.,ij Grueabauin, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwarcl Gruinb.iuni and family, U'Wii Sdieidoivr and Rutii Schcid- t .ror. all uf Maryavillo; Mr. and Mis. Grovef Amrine uiiii Billy. M»'. and Mrl. Arthur Shipley and fujmly, Mr. and Mrs. Kciiiiflh Ainnue. Mr. »nd Mrs HuruW Aiurnio uud uuu^hlt-r, Mrs He::,. Vi.,berU, Mu-i. Ciitvl broil, M,.s. Karl Ne/t and Mi« KuU! Liv- corsages were a flowerti. The bride' is a gru .duate of h«ilia high bchool in UK- class By- of 1033 and also attended Ohio Stak- University. She has been eiiipluyed by the United States Ci>i'sum Cum- paiiy i" Buffalo, N. Y.. for the l>jbt five yeura. Tliu groom la a Bufial') tile'-ietler t.ii.tiui.tur. Tho a c present f^>r the iviemony were: Mr biid Mrs. L. Gail b|«*in.' parents uf the bride; Me. jind Mrs. Charles K lirtidv, in and dau^'nter Aiine of Mii'iu/.: Mr. aiui MIL.. !<•- iiiby B'.tfae.t cf Lexiiitjk.n, Ky.; Mr. and Mis. Utiiid T b!-.»ii:. onus Juek •j'uiu and Ji«.J «.'i LJ..ia;;u J ^ i , Mi <.; ; J WtS. t'ttA Ciu.e CJ iUu.t V, .ii.iiiit. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Burc-h Cheney, formerly of this city, who died last night at her home in Washington C. II. of cancer. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Church of Christ there. Mr. and Mrs. Cheney resided here for several months in the spring of 1940, the former starting a Firestone auto accessories store in West Fifth St. He was forced to close the store and go to the Mayo clinic for treat- meat and for a time was near death. Mr. and Mrs. Cheney returned to Washington C. H. after he left the clinic and lie is nnW secretary- tifusiirer of a foundry there. Besides her husband, Mrs. Cheney i. survived by a son and daughter. COLUMUUS, O-, Oct. ::tj,.~iJoct<,'i-i. are preventing piemature births by treating expectant ni.'Uitrs with vi- tainin K. a«.c..ruing to Dr. B,irdett Wvlle ut \Vi:;U!ll Ke.-erve UlllVel- si!.v. L)r. W>!u i,.ii<i liie tieulmei,« v.^.: h.^hiy i..im.t,..lui 11; ei.wet.ii.ii propaganda line and unprecedented wrath. However, it appeared pos- "NOAH HAYMAN sible that it might stem from un-j Friday, Oct. 31, at 1:00 p. m. at hi easiness over the reaction to Ihe residence, 8Vi miles west of Kcnton Roosevelt charges in such countries j on Flynn-Wallacc Road, Vi milt as Italy. France and Spain where i east' of McDonald.Grange, 4'/i miles Germany hus attempted to make j southeast of McGuffey: 13 cattle political capital of her assumed role sheep, 14 hogs. 75 New Hampshire as a defender of religion against "atheist Bolshevism." In each of these countries Red pullets, and miscellaneous chut tels. Gus Detwiler, auctioneer. Lynn the i Uunkin, clerk. The key *o PAYING convenience is a checking account With your own personal check-book, you can pay bills or make purchases ... on a moment's notice! . .. without.carrying a great deal of cash. You can MAIL checks if .you wish, saving extra steps. You have receipts, and a record of the money you spend. All in all, this spells PAYING CONVENIENCE. We invite you to adopt it ... at this bank. OPE® I WITH BANCOMIO c=== REGTAR FELLERS Yessir Baggy Sure** Lucky By" Gene Byrnes^

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