Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio on November 3, 1941 · Page 3
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Marysville, Ohio
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Monday, November 3, 1941
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Mohd^y, November 3, 1041 THE EVENING TRIBtJKE, MARYSVlttE, OHIO AVALON Tomorrow Only AUo: Buster Keaton Comedy, Novelty, Sport Reel,'Cartoon Shows—7:00, 9:10 TONIGHT—FINAL TIMES Plus: Newt, Cartoon, Novelty Shows—7:00, 9:10 Phone Society Nan to Canal 4MB or Canal 4741 In Indiana Mrs. J. H. Edolblute and children spent Saturday night and Sunday With Mr. Edelbluto at Osgood, Indiana, Knitting Lesson* Knitting lessons will be continued on Wednesday afternoon, November •5. nt The, King's Daughter*' room from 2 to 4 o'clock. Pilgrim Circle. Feme Mader will be hostess to the Pilgrim Circle of The King's Daughters at her home on Tuesday evening, November 4th. The topic "Thanksgiving" will be given by Blanche Berger. Thanksgiving story by Feme Mader and the | Round! Table will be led by Mrs. I Mader. EVENING TRIBUNE Ritahllihrd 1HM* IHIBER BROS. A OTTBJ », M. HVBBIl, G«B*r*l Mnux ' IHVIN V. HBNRT. Editor M*Mb«Y of Ohloftelrrt t-lut •» Unlly New« The Ohio N*w»p«prr A«MH>UUm Okie Datlln Silver .Cross Circle Silver Cross Circle of The King's Daughters will meet Ttfesday night at the home of Mina Armstrong with Mrs. C. B. Haggard serving as assistant hostess. The following program has been arranged for the meeting: dcvotlonals, Lillian Coleman; study of Thanksgiving, Janet JElbin; "Our Indian Work," Martha Porter; The Silver Cross and Ohio Voice, Mrs. Eleanor Salter; roll call, verse of Thanksgiving. McGuffey Club The McGuffey Literary Club met Friday at the home of Mrs. Viola Bowersmith with Mrs. Ho Mohler as assistant hostess. Because of illness Mrs. Hutson was absent and presided. N«tloB«l Editorial AwocUtlM JOHN W. CVLLBBr CO. Cleveland Office — ^BB Hlppodromt Annax. Cleveland, O. Oolumbui Office — 40 South Th!r<I St., Columbus, O, ' Kanias City OfTlce— 600 Nation*! Fidelity Lire Bid g., Kansas City. Mo. E»«Urn Offloe — 810 Fifth Ave., "weitei-n OflVcft— Z80 North Michigan Ave., Chicago. Detroit Udlce — Qe n era r Motor* Bid*.. Detroit, Mich. Rntered at the Marycvillt, Ohio, ro«t Office »• Second Clasi Matter Bub»e,rlptton Rat eg; By carrier, <*•!• week. tOo; by mall In Union 'ownty. li.OO per year. program Mrs. Leila Hegenderfer Mrs. Ella Mclntire was leader. Members' read favorite selections from McGuffey readers and the following were chosen: "Ginevra," "Thanatopsis," "Try, Try Again," "Righteous Never Forsaken," "Two Ways of Telling a Story," and "Meddlesome Mattie." A duet was sung by Mrs. Ola Alexander and Mrs. Rose Thompson. "The Light of the RECENT BRIDE EAOQUAKTt UILOIMO HELPS OUR SERVIUM8I soivt THim notuuis Mm. Jnanita Price FIRST AID TAAININ6 TO SAFEGUARD UVES MOTION PICTURES TOR MEN IN HOSPITALS RECREATION PROGRAMS TO CHEER PATIENTS TODAY, as always, the American Red Cross is on the front line* of the Nation'^ defense. lu biggest job for the emergency is linking Uncle Sam's soldiers and sailors to the home front, Red Cross workers travel with America's far-flung forces, untangling the problems of the able-bodied, bringing comfort and cheer to the disabled. *" ter, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Binghnm, near Greenville. Trucks, too f must loiraer! '.yw i£gj the eitri dependability tf pality-lrailt Drip Jrt-Ratcd Trucks Mr. and Mrs. Paul Murray of Plain City, announce the marriage, Oct 23, of their daughtc.r Juanita, to Harvey Price, son of Mr, and Mrs. London Price, Plain City. The picture is through courtesy of the Columbus Dispatch. in Dodge frTohTracb • These arc days when extra qualify, and power arc necdod! Dodge gives,you aH three in super-powered Job-Rated trucks. They're built to deliver extra thousands of miles of efficient, low cost operation. They're Job-Rated from engine to rear nxle, "sized" right to do the job, and to stay on the jo'i. See your Dodge dealer — today.- in Mon Special ' HCAUM or cxiTiift eotrotAtiOH IMCINIHINO * riieis AND sriciFiCAtioNS S'jurcT TO CHANGS wnHOur NOTICE P. T. A. Mother Singers P. T. A. Mother Singers will practice Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock, in the high school building. Visiting Daughter Mrs. H. H. Carr left Friday for an extended visit at the home of her'son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Markle in Granville. Missionary Society The Trinity Lutheran Missionary Society will meet Thursday afternoon at the Parish house and Mrs. Joe Bishop will be program leader and the topic will be "Abundant Life Service." ~ClrcIe Of .Service"" The Circle of Service of The King's Daughters will meet Tuesday YOU CAN DEPEND ON TON GAS; A^.O; Ht*V.r-.t>Uiy.pit5.f-V MARYSVILLE MOTORS 210 E. Fifth St. Marysville, Ohio IF YOU HAVE "WISDOM YOU CAN PROBABLY BUY ALL THK RUBIES YOU NEED, BUT WE Other Day"- from McGuffey reader | evening: at the homo of Blanche was also read and. a Spelling Bee wag conducted. Refreshments were served by the hostesses during the social hour. Miscellaneous Shower Hall with committee No. 3 in charge. Mary Wright, Margaret Ager, Sue Huffman and Mildred Park are on that committee. The Bible study will be "Giving . and Thanksgiving," "Let's Be Thankful" Miss Helen Fay Compton, 119% j ant j church news. Marie,-Mrs. Edith Yarrlngton, Mrs. Irene Miefert and Mrs. Ilo Mohler, members of the auxiliary of the local "D. A. V. Chapter, called on Mrs. Essie Ewing, a Gold Star mother, at her home at New Dover yesterday. • Sunday Guests Charles Babbs of Mansfield spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mi's. Max Spain and his brother, Pearl of Marysville. Visited Here Miss Marylln Bedford, of Billiards spent the -week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller. North Main St. entertained Saturday! evening, November 1st, at a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. F. T. Dunbar (Madeline Stillings). HAVE SEEN PLENTY OF PEOPLE! The color scheme of pink and BEDECKED WITH RUBIES ANDj white was carried out on the invita- Sunday Dinner Guests Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy'Wolfe were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kidwell and sons Jim- and Tommy of Columbus and Mr. Attended Game Walter Griffith and Harry DIAMONDS WHO UTTLE WISDOM. WISDOM IS WORTH A VERY GREAT PRICE: Wisdom is better than rubies.— Proverbs 8:11. GRANGE NEWS LEESBURG GRANGE Leesburg Grange will meet In regular session Thursday, November 8. At this time the first and second degrees will be given to new candidates. Cluiborne's young people's drill team will put on the flrst degree and Leesburg will give the second. ELECTION DINNER Basement, M. E. Church, Nov. 4, 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Menu: Chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, noodles, sauerkraut, corn bread, hot rolls, butter,- spread, pumpkin pie, coffee; 35c. 31-3c Blue Crab Industry The blue crab industry of Mary land nets more than $500,000 a year WATCHES . And Complete Line of RING3 Watch Repairing Fair Jewelry Store Marysville, O. Dinner HAD VERY i tlon3 ' Allies a nd in the table decor - ations and refreshments. The eve- Ing was spent in diversified enter- ilnment and the bride showered ith many very lovely gifts. Those present were: the guest of onor, Mrs. Dunbar, Mrs. A. E. Ihinebarger, Mrs. William Eon- ette, and Mrs. L. V. Robinson of Columbus, Mrs. A. H. Hill, Mrs. E. H.- Erb, Mrs. Louis Michael, Mrs. Walter Stillings, Mrs. Glen Stillings, nd Mrs. Elizabeth Michael of Milord Center, Mrs. H. W. Carr of Marysville and the hostess. M. H. M. E. Club The M. H. M. E. Club will meet with Mrs. Lucy Beecher on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mamie Dodge is program leader. _.^._ Surprise Supper Mr. and Mrs. William Streng, Mr. and M*s. Gerhardt Nicol and children Leona, Ruth and George- Willium delightfully surprised Leroy Streng with a pot-luck supper Sunday evening, the occasion being his Bakes attended Ohio State-Pitt game Saturday in Pittsburgh. Mrs. home Returned Home Samuel Berger returned Monday afternoon nftei Mrs. Viclts Daughter Elize Parthsmer left Sat- thirty-sixth birthday. An caller was Frank Minert. evening WED SUNDAY Lutheran Church Thursday, Nov. 6 5:00 to 6:30 P. M. MENU: Rousl beef, tsji.lloped oysters, mashed potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, baked beans, creamed peus, siilad, pies, cuke, ice cream, bran muffins, coffee. Mr». Floyd Dunbajr Miss Madeline Stillings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stillings, Milford Center, exchanged vows with Floyd Dunbar, &on of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dunbar of Alien Center, Sunday. They v/ere attended by the bride's brother-in-law- and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Robinson of Columbus. The picture is through courtesy of The Cuiujnbus Dispatch. Mr. and Mrs. Drayton Stinger of Warren. Week-end With Parents Miss Virginia Dodpe, student nurse at White Cross Hospital, spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Dodge on the Co{umbus Road. Judy Dodge, who Is employed at Butler- Pa., spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dodge. Harmony Club Mrs. Herman Coleman will entertain the Harmony Club at her home on Thursday evening. Week-end at Dayton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark spent the week-end at the home of the latter's brother and sistor-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Gras at Dayton. _^— Sprlngdale Missionary The Springdale Missionary Society has been postponed one week from Wednesday. Visited Parents Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook of Marion were week-end guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and M.-s. Philip Blumenschein. —!_ Sunday Dhiner Cue*U Arthur Miller and Miss Ruth Ketzel of Piqua, Mr. and Mrs. Ermil Davis and daughter Sandra, A. F. Edelblute and Mr. and Mrs Frank Stump and son Larry and Paul Holiday were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gay. Thankorferinf Meeting The Ladies Aid and Missionary Society will have their annual meeting. Friday aft-, ernoon, November 7th, at the home of Mrs. Cecil Schlegel on East Seventh street. Mrs. Sue Huffman will be the leader. Members are asked to piease note change in the meeting day and a good attendance is desired. ^. Visitors Here Mrs. George Coe, Mrs. Dana Fetors und Mrs. Glen Coe of Milford Center were visitors in Marysville. Saturday. VUtcd Mi*. Evvln* Mr. and Mrs. Holla Shirk, Mrs. urday to spend the winter at the home of her son-in-law and daugh- spending ten days with her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Staley in Allen Center. W. R. C. The Ransom Reed Relief Corps met this afternoon in the Armory. Independent Bridge Club The Indepentent Bridge Club will be entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Carelton Forry in Elwood Avenue. , .,t T Weekend Guest Miss Mary Catherine Wright of Powell, spent the week end here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stevens. Called Here Mr. and Mrs. Orville Do Weese and daughter Sandra, of Dayton, came Saturday after being called here by ,the death of Mrs. De Ratisch with Mrs. Helen Myers, as- Weese's father, Mr. Charles Kuntz, sistant hostess: Quotations/Roberta whose funeral was held this after-, Davis; devptionals. Psalm 130, noon. 300 ARE JAILED i; Grayce Russell; Bible study. Ma-1 BROWNWOOD, Tex.. Nov. 3—{_ I drea Gordon; Silver Cross, Clara Jo Two """dred Negro soldiers from In Delaware , j Westlake and specia i number. Pau- Cam P Eowie wcre J ailed Saturday Mr. and -Mrs. Gail Davis of Mil- line Thrall. J after P art of tneir nlimber fought ford Center and Mrs. Ralph Reed . —I— | two lotal officers who sought to - Returned Home j quiet a disturbance in Brownwood's Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed re-1 Negro section. , turned home after spending the past! ' week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i I Joe Reed in Richmond, Indiana. HEAVY LOOT called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Young at Delaware Sunday. The Postponed Contract Bridge Club has Wedding Day Announced been postponed for a week. San Souci . The San Souci Bridge-Club will have dinner at Hammerles Wed- The Olive Branch The Olive Branch of the Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday YOUNGSTOWN, O., Nov. 3.—One of the biggest metal, thefts of the evening in the church basement i year was reported today by officials with Mrs. Earl Kinsey as advisor, of the Youngstown Sheet & TuBS nesday evening and will be enter- Miss Crystal Tossey and Miss Do ris Co. They told police that robbers tained at the home of Miss Jean Graham. The Ministering Circle Ministering Circle Chandler are on entcrtainrtient: carted 28 pigs of tin, each weighing committee. i 100 pounds, from the scrap yard of I the plant's rod and wire mill. The f \ King's Daughters will meet Tues- dayevening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Ada Collier with Frieda Shaw as assistant hostess. The program is as follows: Devotlonals, Edith Yarrington; roll call, Thankfulness; Bible study, Ethel Yar- rihgton; Silver Cross, Opal Elliott; As You Like It, Louise Gabriel Members are asked to bring donations for Indian box. Trousseau From 'Trusse' "Trousseau" comes from the early word "trusse" and means "a small bundle." It goes back to the days of marriage by purchase. ThU bundle, or dowry, was to compensate the groom in some degree for the purchase price of his bride. The same was true of the hope chest. If the groom looked the dowry over nnd found it unsatisfactory he could refuse to go through v.'ith the ceremony. j Whey Not TVaste l The whey left over from cheese! making is no longer waste. In addl- | Uon to all the known vitamins, chemists discovered it contains blood- coagulating properties and the female sex normone. Already it is | an important ingredient in canned and n^any prepared foods. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rupright of Marysville are announcing the engagement nnd approaching marri-' Mr. Boone ,a graduate of the Uni- age of their daughter, Miss Mary versity of North Carolina, is asso- Rupright, to Mr. William Jackson i ciated with the Nestle's Milk Prod- Buone of Sunbury, son of Mrs. H. B. j ucts plant at Sunbury. Cora Saygrover und daugnu;r, Ruse Kappa Sigma Theta. Boone of Chapel Hill, N. C. The wedding will be an event of Thanksgiving day, Nov. 20, and an uncle of the bride, the Rev. R. A. Dapper, will come from his home in New York City to read the 4:30 o'clock service in the First English Lutheran Church here. Miss Rupright received her schooling at Capital University, where she became a member of She is sccre- Miss Rupright will be guest of honor this evening at a miscellaneous shower given by Miss Paula A very and Miss Anna Mae Althaus at the former's home at 649 E. Town Street, Columbus. On Tuesday evening. Nov. 11, Mrs. Ida Germansen, Ml 1 ; S. Drexel Ave., Columbus, will entertain for Miss Rupright. The picture is through courtesy of the Columbus Diipatch. Returned Mrs. J. M. Snider and Mrs. Bcr- nice Fox have returned home after spending the past week in Cincinnati attending and studying x-ray work. W. S. C. S. Fall Conference The Women's Society of the Christian Service of Springfield District will have their fall conference in the Green Methodist Church at Piqua, Ohio, »Thursday. November 6th. The meeting begins at 9:30 and closes promptly at 4 o'clock. A very interesting program has been arranged with an address at 2:30 by Dr. Mary Shannon. The morning session consists of synopsis of various types of societies and will be conducted by various societies throughout the district including the local president, Mrs. H. H. Carr, who will talk on "Circles." All members who ure interested and desire to attend, should call Mrs. Carr at Canal 4349. W. S. C. 8. The W. S. C. S. group meetings of the Methodist Ehurch for the month of November .will be held at the following horcOs, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock: No. 1, Mrs. Paul Williams, 670 West 7th Street; Group No. 2, Mrs. Mary Winget, 121 South Maple Street; Group No. 3, Mrs. Gale Baldwin, 636 West 4th Miss Nellie Street. One of .the groups, Group No. 5, will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Claude Skidmore on Ash Street. Contract Bridge Club The Contract Bridge Club will b. entertained this evening at th home of Mrs. William Asrnan. A art of Gypsy Rose •emcnt finisher *. l Brassier and foundation garment ' demonstration at Wilkins Store on Wednesdav, Nov. 5, from 11 a.m. to ' P- »• ™e Gossard line of found.- Lee. but o j tion garments will be shown in its entirety. 33-lc "SMILING GHOST" COMEDY Street; Group No. 4, Taylor, North Maple Puritan Circle The Puritan Circle of The Daughters will have their meeting iuiU4,i'l at the hijiiie of Alcxii Smith and Wiyne Morrij try to convince Brendi Minhali that it'« all in fun and "The Smiling Ghost" i» juit a m>st«icil comedy of terron! A mystery film that packs both granddaughter and hires Wayne suspense and dauyhs from start to ' Morris, as a college graduate in low nnish will make its lucal appear- ; funds, to be Alexis' suitor, ance tomorrow night at the Avalon ! On arriving at Alexis' home he Theatre when Warner Bros.' "The ' meets a newspaper girl, played by Smiling Ghoat" will bo shown. The ' Brenda Marshall and they get along film has a grand cast consisting of j very well. Too well, in fact, to Wayne Morris, Brenda Marshall and | please Alexis. Wayne has brought Alexis Smith in the starring roles with Alan Hale, Lee Patrick and along his right-hand man. played by Comedian Willie Best. David Bruce supporting. j Brenda and Wayne decide to find Alexis plays the role of a girl r uut what all these mysterious-oil are whom the newspapers have branded | and their so'ution will prove a sur- the "kiss of death girl" because of ! prise even to the most ardent arin- the terrible fate .that has met all of chair sleuth. her suitors but one. And he is in Lewis Seller directed "The Smil- <m iron lung. Her grandmother, j ing Ghost" from the screen play by played by Helen Westley, is anxious ; Kenneth Garnet a;id Stuart Palmer to dispel the Jinx surrounding her-from I'alnier's original slory.

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