The Marysville Tribune from Marysville, Ohio on October 30, 1941 · Page 10
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October 30, 1941

The Marysville Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 10

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TttE EVENING TRIBUNE, MARYSV1LLE, OHIO Of *n ft* e«*tiy wood*-* th«t ftt jKlte* <tf M4kfA «BU»W» « IWM bus wwtfcbwiC «* MMt iWhiwfci Mri etxrtljr *»* *•» JflfcflWk «*«**; cfiRttintttaA during the relfn of Shah J«han, and valued at more than IM.000.000. It *«• in th« form of two pmcocM t»* was lnlal« wltfi valuable j«welfe Eare Blrfl What th« eagl* Is to tfce U. B. <h« quetxai 1* to Guatemala. The quetzal (rhymes with pretzel) is • rare, lovely bird with,bright green plumage, Woo*Vre« breMt, hut? topknot, ntfrtong tail tea***, Quetzal is also the name of the Guatemalan money unit, and the Mr*?* grow* fan««* appear* ea ft* batiMMl Msl, coin*, »U»ps, The quetzal was venerated by the ancient Aztec*, Tolteci,. and Maya* as a colleague of the plum«d »«•pent god, Quetzalcoatl (rhymes with pretieleowatle), god of metallurgy, agriculture, wlidom, health. Only priest* and nobles couM WM» quetzal planes te their headdres* LETS GO, Af.H.S, Win That Home-Coming Game! SCIOTO VALLEY CO-OP ASS'N M*rysvllle Canal 45M OH wnnt-acu carefully. Win M-H-S Beauty to Wed Ants Can Take W Ants can. go without food (or months, and stand freezing cold and submergence under water for days says an entomologist. WE ARE FOR YOU! Celebrate in Marygvillc . Friday evening, at the Hallowe'en Dance Home Restaurant Good Food .""• . Hans and Ella Rausch We Are Rooting for you M. H. S. Beat Upper S&ndusky! Let u« Sinclairize your car for winter Beck Service Station North Main qnd Fourth Best Wishes! MARYSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM! j Attend the Big Marysville Hallowe'en Party Friday Night v ROHR FURNITURE CO. Uni&tt County's Largest Store Marion Bend* Watson Once described by the late Flor«na Ziegf«ld aa one of the moat duxllngly beautiful girls In hi A FolIlM, Marlon Bcnda Watson, of Los Angeles, above, admits a new romance has entered her life. She said she would marry when her divorce from Dr. Blako Wat- aon, society physician and a former pro hockey player, became final. "I am In love," ahe said, "with a wonderfurman. He Is a millionaire." menean dventarm •yum* A Dumas Hero W HEN Irish-born Thomas Pho- Ian died In Bremerton, Wash., in 1809, at the ago of 72 It marked the passing of a character who might have stepped out of one of Dumas' novels. When ha was 21 Phelan cam* to America, scekin'g adventure, and arrived In Kansas" In time to take part In the border wars as a follower of John Brown o! Osawatomle. In Jackson county, Mo., ha. was captured by pro-slavery bushwhackers, who shot him and left him for dead. Upon recovering, he enlisted in the Union army, rose from sergeant to the rank of contain and served throughout the Civil war. Once he and several of his company were captured by Quanlrill's guerrillas and sentenced to be shot. Their lives were saved by n Federal commander who threatened to hang an equal number of Southern •ympathhcrs" If they were harmed. After the war. Phelan, with hla sword-cane, was a picturesque flg' Ufe on the streets of Kansas City where he became noted tor his skill as a swordsman and his readiness to settle any quarrel on the duelling grounds with rapier or pistol. Then ho enlisted In the flght for Irish freedom, Joined tho Fenlnns but quarreled with some of their leaders because 'of their terroristic methods, As a result, three "dyna miters" in 1885 attacked him In his ofllco and almost slashed him to death with their driggors before he beat them olT, After many months in the hospital he finally recovered from his wounds. <l> Western Newspaper Union. Plate Target? In Victory or In Defeat—We're With You All The Way MARYSVILLE SHOE REPAIR ftlr». fc i-'UUtr that her hustittiKl, John, quit hi* bartending Joli short- their marriage tnil insibttil • <ie turn over her weekly i>*y •hecks to him, Mrs. Esther Fibher, ' I", of Chieayo, ri-cnvi-J a. uivuixc in Juvij|* TUuiu*u» J. L>iicli'a rouit. VS'hcll she rcfUatd, Mio. KishiT •aid, Joiin would break a pidl* Donald L. Fleming OM CMttetN An ancient burial ground Is !*• rated in Fountain of Youth par*, St. Augustine, Fla. Here mourninf Indian wom#n cut, oft Httir ha» and dropped It on the *raves o* their husbandi. The widow could marry again when the hair grew to waiit length. V .Sli«i|t|tiitu Ml* 4 M ill l.o" Smith Economy Store Marysville LINED JACKET Get ready for winter. 2-39 Men's and Boys'' SWEATERS 1.19 2- 19 2- 69 Win M.H.S. We're Rooting For You It Could Happen. . LOWS F. Order of th« Day: Put Up a Good Fight M. H. S. Thurniay, October $0, . . . and Motorists, Fight Winter, fight Wear THE CITIEB SERVICE WAY ROOKIE'S CITIES SERVICE STATION West Fifth St. <*aught*rs Gr»ce ami Elisabeth, Mr. and Mr* Elmer Wallace »n4 «M1- *f«rt were Sunday afiattiowft Miters Of Mr. and Mrs, D. T. Smith «T>6 children, Mrs. Joe Phlpps and children of Raymond and Mrs. Ada HiMreth of East Liberty were Sunday dinner tfuests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Holycross and daughter. . Mr. and Mrs. Olen Bishop and daughter and Jos PWpps. w.ero Sunday evening callers. Misa Virginia Forsythe was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rice and son near East Liberty. ' Ethel and Emma Organ Called on Bertha Bradley, Sunday afternoon. Reviving Wilted F»«wer» To revive wilted cut flowers, put them in fresh waUr in which place an aspirin tablet; they Will revive In about two hour* and look fresh. This will also preserve cut flowers when fresh; flower! given till* treatment when frerfi WiH outlsttt treated on** by several days. When wearing cut flowers, dip the ends of the stems In melted wax to prevent fading. iWEARE WITH YOU, M,H,S,~WIN Your KROGER Ste Edgar Lowiy, Mgr< Read the STRINGTOWN Mrs. Paul Bradley, Mor. B. W. Dearduff attended the State Corn Husking contest at Urbana, Friday. Mrs. Matlie Robinson and Mrs. Rachel Holycross called on Mrs, Ollle Dunbar and Mrs. Ida Zerkle Monday afternoon. Mrs. O. -C. Bradley was a Friday supper guest of Mr. ahd Mrs; Paul Bradley and children. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelly and family of Mt. Victory were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. AT Robinson arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn V&Uiams arid Mrs. Eva Lansdown of Springfield were Sunday evening callers. Mr. .and Mrs. Fred Smith and Success M-H-S We Are Rooting for Yoii __ * , Spurrier Biros. "We Serve to Please" "I know .1 juat rescued him, b.ut I couldn't keep him from going buck after that new Hyde Park Topcoat he juat bought at OtteV for a SUCCESSFUL SEASON M.H.S. Cottage Service Station MORKLOCK OLDSMOB1LE CO. io»t I ma »uic( luiu'-UiJ and Repair Pure Oil and (Jas TWO WINNERS MARYSVILLE MONARCHS ami UNION COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP ASSOC'N Co-operative A'ctlon Will Win the GaaM! Farm Bureau Feeds In 1S38. more than 24,000 tons of Farm Bureau feeds were distributed co-operatively. This volume has increased each year until th« volume for 1940 was over .43,000 tons. . These- volume figures are a true indication of satisfactory acceptance of these quality feeds. Farm Bureau "open formula" feeds are carefully formulated by a committee of five pructlcal feeders and live county co-operative association members. Feed formulas are made to provide maximum value at the lowest possible cost on a digestible nutrient basis. Co-operative distribution setks only to serve patrons, not to amass large profits for private owners.. Cooperative, manufacture and distribution of feeds maintain ijuality control at the moist economical coat. Farm Bureau Gasoline, Oil, Grease and Kerosene Use this co-operative tank truck wrvlcc for your supply of gasoline and kerosene. The driver will gladly axplaln tha quality features of Farm Bureau motof oIL The*« oli* are blended according to specification* in cooperative farmer-owned bleridlnf pUnU. Purchase your petroleum products cooperatively, where your purchasing power works for an economy of abundance. FARM BUREAU INBUBANCE SERVICES—AUTO, KIR*, LIFE, GENERAL LIABILITY. Dependable service, reasonably priced. NON-ASSESSABLE. Any representative will be pleased to furniah rates o* Information, without obligation to you. Union County Farm Bureau Coop Association

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