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November 14, 1945

The Marysville Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 6

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If. THE EVENING TRIBUNE, MARVSV1LLE, OHIO , November 14,1945 , FARM PRICES I PLAN OFFERED ' OHIO FARM BUREAU TO HEAR * PROPOSED GUARANTEE it. • SYSTEM AT STATE . CONVENTION ' Officials' of the .federation indicated, however, that the discussions "probably wilt not reach the resolutions stage," meaning that there ; would be no attempt to force rejoc- | t'lon or endorsement of the new ! proposal. I However, it may bo presented to j the 1000 delegates and visitors next year, possibly after it has been 'acted upon by county groups. Under the proposal, the federal ^ ______ f government would, announce, per|The. Ohio Farni Bureau ,was to haps in the fall or early winter, thu Ssnsider a system of pre-established guaranteed prices today nt the Apening session of Its 27th annual invention in Columbus. i The informal proposal would be to set up a system of guaranteed prices ahead of time, Instead of attempting to control' . fartn income fluctuations by acreage controls, 1 John Pfarr I & SON Milford Center News Items MRS. ADA DAVIS Tribune Correspondent price per bushel of corn to be harvested the following fall. It was explained that if there were a bumper crop. for that. harvest, the price would be set lower for the next year to discourage heavy plantings until the carryover from the first year had been used. Wolf Poison . Centuries ago, when roving wolf packs were numerous, the tomato was called "wolf peach" because of its supposedly poisonous character. The so'Called "peaches'* along with chunks of meat liberally sprinkled with aconite, were thrown to the wolves to kill them. I Auctioneers I See him if you are i .'.... . • • i ! planning to have a f Isale. 3 Phone 4-5152 CLOSED FRIDAY 11 A. M.-4P.M. We are going hunting! ASM AN Meat Market and * Frozen Food Lockers WE SELL AND RECOMMEND \/S TRADE MARK COAL Just Call 4-2111 WML J. CONRAD & SON A GOOD COAL FOR EVERY PURPOSE Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Overacker Columbus spent the week-end here at their home. They are employed in Columbus. ..••'. Mrs, Myrtle B i d w e 1 1 and Mrs. Bertha Stalder of , Toledo came Friday evening for a few days' visit with their sister, Mrs. Emma Brake and other r c 1 a t Ives here. Mrs. Stalder, Mrs. Bidwell, Mrs, Brake and Miss Jeanette Taylor of Wauseon were Friday evening din- ntr guests of Mr. and Mrs.- Ray Brake and family. P. H. Ryan spent the week-end .with his nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryan in Chicago, Illinois. Mrs. Walter Ryan and -daughter Joan will be W-ednesday and Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Ryan and daughter, Miss Agnes Ryan. • - . .Herbert and Mark Clemans motored ,to Detroit, Mich., early Sunday morning, where they visited Mrs. Alice Porter and Mf. and Mrs. Ed Plctch. . Mrs. Clara Cooper of Springfield spent from Friday until Sunday with Mrs. Harriette Huffer and Charles Farra. Mrs. ' John Troesch, Mrs. Harriette Huffer and Mrs, Clara Cooper were shoppers in Delaware, Friday afternoon. Pfc. Owen Ransom spent from Wednesday' until Friday with. Mr. and Mrs. John Troesch''and Mrs. Mcrvin Herron and children. He was enroute to his home at New Costl'e, Pa. Miss Helen Holt of Urbana spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Troesch and .family. Mrs. Edith Orahood entertained at. Sunday dinner; Mr; and Mrs. OSQO Clark and Miss Helen -Brauri of Marysville at the Logan Hotel in Bellefontalne. ' - „ Mrs. Pearl Keller , left Tuesday for a few 'day's visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Kantner and other rela-. lives at Vapak'oneta. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weaver entertained with a turkey dinner and euchre party last- Wednesday eve- nlng, Those present were: Mr. and Mrs, L ~ COAL CIRCULATING HEATERS • . Washer Repair Service Farmers Supply Store Marysville Richwood AJB BJH_* IJBLJLB JLBLH •TiTrirW We Have a fresh supply of Dog Food/ Rabbit Pellets and Flour at our Food Store OHIO GRAIN CO. 10$ N. Plum St. Marysville, 0. Stl.llings, Mr.. and Mrs. Hartzel Bcs- grove, Mi 1 , and Mrs, Verno Howard, Mr. and Mrs. H o b a r t Coe, Mrs, Edith Orahood, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harris, Dr. and Mrs. H. .H. Kcltler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clouse, Mr. and, Mrs. John DeVoss, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bercnd, Mr. and Mrs, Louis Michel, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Boycr and Mr. and Mrs. LaVelle Horn, the host and hostess. Mrs. Mary Horn will entertain the Hi-Jinx Bridge Club next Tuesday evening, November 20th, at her home on East Center Street. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brown and children were business callers in Columbus, Monday. . Mrs. James Roderick and son Jimmie of Columbus were weekend guests of her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kaufman, LARGE ESTATE CLEVELAND, Nov. 14.—An estate valued at $1,000,553 was left by the Into Charles L. Hutchinson, former chairman of the Hutchinson & Company, lake shippers, according to an inventory on file in probate court today. QUARREL CAUSED DEATH CLEVELAND, -Nov. 14.—Temor- iiry Policeman Anthony P. Lofvus, 31, a World War II veteran, was cU-ad today and his 33-yenr-old y,ifo, Catherine, was near death as a result of a shooting affair which climaxed a quarrel over $10. Simpson j & Son | Auctioneers | We will be glad to | help you plan your 1 'BATTLE OF THE BAND* Business PAINTS and waDpapet. tfoodsell's. ^Poultry, Livestock .. FOR SALE—'Coon hound. LEO McKIRGAN AND CLUB HE USED The fourleen-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Galloway was seriously ill the past Couple days, but is reported better today. Two social functions were given jointly this week by Mrs. Adele Cheney and Mrs. E. F. Brant at the letter's horde.' One affair was attended exclusively by ladies and one by a mixed company of ladles and men. One hundred and fifty persons participated in their hospitality, the events being carried put in a most thorough and charming rnanner. 20 YEARS AGO Radio sets will bring motion pictures into homes, it is forecast. Junior High now has a song to be sung to the music of "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean." It was written by Lenore Hutchinson of South Plum Street. . ' • ' Mrs. Walter Weidman, Miss Jessie Southwick and Dwight Scott attended "The Student Prince" at the Hartman yesterday, . 10 .YEARS AGO Mrs. J. S. Esely went to Wellington today for a week's visit with relatives. . Slot machines were ordered out of town by city council. . ' Miss Jennie Sherwood attended the symphony orchestra concert at ALL MAKES sewing machines and vacuum cleaners repaired, We buy Singer drophead* and electrics. Contact Wllklns Store. Representative In town every Thursday. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 19 E, State, AD 1018, Columbia WE REP ADR all makes of washers. Farmers' Supply Store. East Filth St, Marysville. Phone 4-8691. FOR DRY CLEANING, try* the Hazcn Agency r 2193. Court St, YOU'VE HEARD stories of recent t marvelous scientific discoveries. Ask about, exciting new Pyro- Moth! Affords protection for flye 'years against two of our greatest destroyers—moth and flre. Try it! McAuliffe Bros. Lost, Found. Strayed 2 LOST—Silver leaf ' pin. Reward. Call 4-2521. : 1V?RS. NELLIE VANCE The ."battle .of the band" in' the West End. Restaurant lit Plain City 'enrjy lust Thursday received coast- lo-coust'newspaper publicity as the nationally-known .Hal Mclntyre band was Involved in the clisturb- Top picture is of -Leo McKirgan, owner of the -restaurant, who whacked George Moffett, band member, over the hend with the brakcman's club he Is shown holding In the picture. It required five stitches to sew up Mioffett's scnlp. McKirgan also fired u shot during the fracus when bund members started nfter him through un up- MRS. ALKA VAN HOOSE stairs door, Mrs. Nellie Vance, cook, and Mrs. Alka Van Hoose, waitress, were in the restaurant when.the band members were so noisy they awakened MoKirgan and he went downstairs. McKirgan told Prosecutor William Coleman some band members "pushed around" Mrs. Vance and Mrs. Van Hoosc said members of the band grabbed sandwiches from Uie counter and the turmoil that developed caused her to later go to u physician because of nerves and she "passed out.' 1 The layout of pictures is through courtesy of the Columbus Sunday Dispatch. Memorial Hall, night. . Columbus, last CAGE: SQUAD IS REDUCED :_ At. basketbalL-practice 'last^eye- ning, Coach Warren L. Widner cut the squad from 62 .who went but for the team to 19. Those on the squad for the season are: Seniors — Leo Robinson, Don Smith, Junior Grimes, Gordon Snider, Ed 'feurger, Noel Howard, Don Burroughs and. Frank Diehl; Juniors—E. Alexander, D. Scheiderer, M, Rogers and.D. Bell. Sophomores—A. Strong, B. White, J. Klngsmore, B. Wall, C. Weidman, H. Evans and E. Thomas. • The Monarchs open their schedule on November 30th with a game at London. Eighteen games a are Included in the (season's schedule, with half of the games to be played here. ' , LOST—Gray fountain pen on Main St. Finder leave at Tribune. LOST—Brown leather wallet, Monday, containing coast guard dfs- charge, card, Moj^ card, some currency. Ample reward for re turn. Bernard Henry, Route 3, MarysvlHe. 17 2 years old; also litter of 'ciion pups front black-and-tan dam, sire, registered blue tick. Floyd Aim Raymond. Miscellaneous for Sale 18 [12 rats filled with can 'Star'. Harmless to animals. Farm Bureau. FOR SALE—Heavy fries, also boy's fingertip coat, excellent condition, size 13-14. Phone Magnetic Spgs. 17-490. HUBER TRACTOR, model B; cultivators; 1942 Allis-Chalmers combine] Charles Holloway, West Mansfield. Phone York Center 267. FOR ' SALE—Two tubs, folding wash rack, wringer, copper wash boiler, wash board. 808 West Ninth St. FOR SALE—Galloway robe, in good condition. 808 W. .Ninth St; FOR SALE—Two shotguns, one double barrel, one Winchester pump gun, 12 gauge; Llewellyn- setter. Inquire at Tribune. AGRICULTURAL lime, crushed stone, sand gravel. Phone 4-4041. Clarence Nlcol, 428 Collins Ave. FOR SALE^Ncw bath tub, never been unctated. Phone 4»5075. LOST—Brown wicker chair off my front p'brchi If found call Mrs. George Morelock.. ' Special Notices 4 HOW ABOUT YOUR SUBSCRIPTION to the Evening Tribune? Look at the label. If due, a payment will be appreciated at this tim«* Marysville Tribune. FARM LOANS—Liberal repayment terms. Reasonable interest rates. Come in, get complete details. Union County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Marysville. Wanted: Miscellaneous 5 WANTED—Clear, washed cotton —rags.—Marysville-Tribuner; ~^— WANTED—Manifold heater for Model A' Ford. Call 4-3536. WANTED To -rent small house or apartment.. Phone 4^3505. FOR SALE—Coal and wood range, black and ivory, with chromium ';rim. One mile south, one-halt, mile east of York Center. Lorenzo Mattlson, phone 490 York. Furnished Rooms 19 ROOM for rent. 543 N. Mam St. Phone 4-4092. • For Sale or Trade , 23 FOR SALE—9 acres of good land, • •good 7 room house, good barn and garage. New, large .chicken house. Good well and cistern, in small' town on state highway. Cheap. L. H. Collins, Broadway. FOR SALE—Champaign County farms: 105 acres,. 8 room semi- modern house, large barn, 10 stanchions, well fenced, 70 acres bottom soil; $16,000 ... 155 Acres, WANTED TO BUY—Used scooter. Call 4-3183. WANTED—Electric clothes wringer, S. Simms please .send address or 'phone 4-2032.. • Female Help Wanted 10 I WANTED—Girl or middle aged lady to learn trade.;Write Box 102, c/o Tribune. ' Read the want-ads carefully. I sale. Phone 4-8641 Or CaU »t a Simpson & Davis BarberShop agents in the Ha\vi;iian Islands, GVarhart continued, but "no warning or directives of Importance were received in the, islands by the military," "The failure of the army and navy to act decisively and promptly nt Pearl Harbor will be one of the mysteries which will be solved in the Investigation," he declared. SLAYER CAPTURED ATTACK PROBE IN CONFUSON (Continued from page I) 11 the late Mr, Roosevelt to have written such a letter. Mr. Mitchell said that because the letter would have been illegal, it would be insulting for him to ask the president of 'the United States if such a letter existed." Tapped Wires The FBI got ."considerable and very important evidence of the Japanese intention Jo resort to war action" by tapping wires into tho Japanese consul general's o'fllce in Honolulu, Goarhart told rcnoVters j companion had escapeti from the utter the meeting with FBI Chief Preston County Jail at Kingwood. Hoover. He declared: "All- of this information was promptly reported to the army and' navy by Mr. Hoover. Some of the NO HUNTING The undersigned absolutely forbid hunting, day or night, on- land .owned or controlled by them. Violation of this order will bring prosecution as provided by law/ Walter Elliott Julius Kezerta Mrs.. Ada R. Elliott . Longbrake &' Foster ' Mrs. Marguerite Reilley Edwin Ellinger C. J. and Minnie L. Gordon L. C. Reed CLARKSBURG, WVa., Nov. 14. —A 35-hour, respite from prison ended today for William ; Turner, 29s condemned to die Dec. 28 for the shotgun s l.a y i n jj of Darla Dean Pratt, 15. The convict was captured near here by state troopers and members uf a posse after he and a were received in code and the navy arranged fur transla- Casio Bi-nufluld, who«o place of resilience In unknown, !• hereby notified that Kern BennflelcJ has filed her pt'tltton against him fur uoi\s ojiq IBI." On the busis of the intercepted nu'ssuges, Hoover "alerted" his illvi.irco In I'liao No7 15774 In tho in ihi> *'<»iiinoit ' I'leiu Court" of Uhlan •«' -W'S- irtiuniy. Ohio, und Hint mild CBUBO will be for iHurint; on and after l>o- rembur' 6th, 19<5. C. A. UOOl'ES, Atty. for I'Ulntiff (October 24, 1916-tit. PUBLIC SALES MRS. N. W. RINEHART On account of the death of my hUsband I will have a closing out sale at my farm, 2 miles southwest of Raymond on State Route 739, on Thursday, Nov. 15, beginning at 1 o'clock. Simpson & Son, Aucta. CARD H. GRAY & SON Wednesday, Nov. 21, at H o'clock, two miles east of West Liberty, Ohio, one mile west of Ohio Caverns on State Route 276, lust off U. S. Route 68: 79 head of registered Holatein cows and heifers. Sale held inside. Lunch. John Baker and WU- bert Smucker, auctioneers, RUSSELL MILLEB A SON Tuesday, Nov. 27, at their farm, 4 miles north of West Manqfleld, 1 mile west of Horton, on Horfon Pike: 28 catle, 88 hogs, 29 sheep, 2 horses, 2SO' chlck~ens7'farm "machinery, 8 hog houses, brooder house, hog feeders, grain, household goods. Terms: cash. McCulloch & Son and Downing, auctioneers. WANTEO—Girl or boy for office and shop work. Write Bbx JAH, c/o Tribune. FEMALE HELP wanted. Apply Jiffy Join, Inc., Union H-all, Phone 4-3421. WANTED — Dishwasher. . W i 1 c o x Restaurant, Male Help Wanted 11 WANED—Men to cut wood. Will either hire or work on shares. Robert Coleman, phone 4-4510. Salesmen and Agents 12 IF YOU, ARE ambitious you can make good money with a Raw- lelgh Route in southern Union County, eight townships, 1787 families, where products sold 25 years. We help you get started. No experience needed to start. Steady work. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. OHK-309-2, Freeport, 111. WANTED—One man with -car, to work in this and adjoining counties, earning $1.50 per hour to start.. Do not apply unless free to travel. Opportunity for ex- service man.. For interview call for Mr. Wilson at Oakland Hotel, Thursday arid Friday evening before 9:30 o'clock. Good Things to Eat 15 L. I, T. F. S;— Lard U ropa tar mart- enlng. Annan's Pure Old Fashioned Lard in -beat. Aak your grocer for It FOR SALE—Strictly fresh eggs. 650 S. Chestnut St. BULK SAUERKRAUT. Asman's Meat Market DEAD STOCK CaU 4-4081 MarysvtU* BELT BBOS. semi-jnogejjOlPu.sejTt barn; 1500 bu. corn crib; 18 stanchions; electricity, water inside; fine location; $125 per acre . . , '200 Acres, scmUmodern house, electricity, water inside; 5 room tenant house; large barn, has ' stanchions; slightly rolling; $125 per acre. L. S. DeLong, Urbana, Ohio. Phone 917. ' •i • ' . - QUICK SERVICE FOR DEAD STOCK Reverse telephone charges Small animals removed promptly Union County Fertilizer Phone 4-8911 Marysville, 6. E. G. Buchsieb, Inc. HARTMAN BACK AFTER ESCAPE Walter's. Hartman, 31, formerly of Rlchwood, who had escaped from a work gang on June 27 at the London prison farm was back at the farm todny. He was returned by authorities from Richmond, Ind. Hartman-forged checks in Marysville and when apprehended was placed on probation after making the checks good. Then he, later forged more checks and went to California. The authorities here were informed of his plan to go to the west coast and notified police there. When Hartman arrived hrj was arrested and hqld for yie Union County authorities. Sheriff Homer Roosa made the trip to the coast and brought Hartman back to stand trial. He was tried before Judge Richard L. Cameron and found guilty of forgery. He was sentenced to serve one to twenty years and was admitted to the penitentiary July d, 1943. 'Chicago's first postwar apartment building, now under construction, . will have eighty electrical home , freezer units in the basement for'' the tenants. |F ARMS FOR SALE Throughout West-Central Ohio DALE OVERLY •57 W. Fourth St. Phone «-6401

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