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November 4, 1941

The Marysville Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 2

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bttNE, OHtO *f*ues;lay, November BOARD VOTED ON CONTRACTS TEACIBB* iwtetma CONTRACTS* UNDK* NEW BTATK LAW At ftBAJUl fNO MONDAY. teacher tenure contracts be twftrtted HwytvUte public school instructor* as a result of action tftktn by »* Marysvllle board of education last night The contract* are In compliance with the new teacher twiur* act t*«Md *t the last ses»!6n of the Ohio general assembly. Teacher* who Will receive five- year continuing contracts are: Feme Mllla, NeHe Kloepfer. O. L. Kingsmore, Marguerite Williams, Nelle Hoopei, Oeorga 8. Ager, Rcvena ' Knotta, Nelle fears*, Lulu B. Morse, Belle Orahood, Helen Wood, Josephine Cody, H. H. Tullman and Donald Euverard. Five-year limited contracts were award«I Clara Josephine Westlake and Mary Sweeney. The following were given limited one-year contracts: Carroll Gustley, Helen Butts. Nell Hartman, Alfreda Gabriel, John Park, John Ray, Martha Wilson, Robert Wagner,'L. P. Miller, Betty Helbrey, Helen Petty, Martha Ann Hinkle, Paul Wen<el and Eleanor Crelghton. CELEBRATION BIG SUCCESS —- (Continued from patfe 1) jjrover and Wanda Hlnes, colored Impersonators, first; Herman Rausch as a woman, second. Prettiest — Eileen McMahon, dressed as a widow, first; Ernestine Strong, a pink lady, second. ' Most original—Mrs. Fred Kandel and Betty Ann Knndel, a tramp lending a dog, first; Charles Thompson, sweater girl of 1800, second. Judges of the contest were Fred .Johnson, Warren •Post, Wlnfleld Behrcns, Mrs. Carlton Forry and Mrs. J. M. Huber. Following the Judging of the costumed,- the revelers enjoyed a dance on the tlrccl to music furnished by Carl Belghtler's orchestra. A concert by tho Marysvllle high school orchestra preceded the judging of costumes. The celebration was one of the best ever staged in the city and much credit Is due tho committee from the Business" Mcn'» AwiocUk- tlntt which arranged for the affair. Members of the committee were: C. E. Duncan, chairman, Earl Bock, George O. Smith, Lloyd Haffner, William* C- Ottc. Frank Galloway, Arthur Middlcton, George Carney, Edgar Lowry, William F. Asman and Carl Spain. Employes of tho ttrtet department were ready to agree in the early hours of this morning that it was quite a celebration. They worked from 12:30 a.m. until about 5 u.m. cleaning up. VKW MEETING. Mack Wlngct Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold Its regular meeting in Co. E Armory tomorrow evening ut B o'clock. Save your children's feet and vconnmlce while doing it, la the Ultimo in the Gullowuy Shoo Ad- vertist-tncnt today, 34* Milk Mixture For Stomach Ulcer* A r«c*nt medical discovery now feting u««d br doctor! and honpltnlR fcy«rywh«r» hM proven ununuftlly *neo«8*ful In th* tr»atm*nt of atom- «:h ulccri canted from «XQ«M Mid. It Id ft hftfmtaM preparation t-»t BO effect!?* that In many cftaei tha tains of utomnch ulcers tileappenr olmoit Immediately after It I* uued. Also ree-jrnm*nd*fl for teas paint, In- aigestlan itnd heartburn due to hyperacidity. Sufferer* may now Iry Ihli at home by obtaining a bottle of Lurln from their druRgliit. I.urln contain; this new discovery In it* P ure*t form, {Cany to take, Juitt mix tro t*ftJ«pOonfulii In a half glaum of milk. CoM* hut little. Try n. bottle, II munt Rtttlnfy or money refunded, Ijiirin for (tale by ,lnml«on'» Cut- Bait and drug ntor«* everywhere. WATRlNS JUNIOR FLAY. Walking junior play, "Take It Easy," will be ptesented at the Grange Hall there this Thursday evening ot 8 p.m. Members of the cast are: Dorothea Sweeney, Anna Jean Liggett, Enno Renner, Gallrd Ebright, Robert Webb, Bertha Wuertz, Lucile Strong, Ben Elsom, Clayton McKitrick, Junior Brrtart. Dalian Cornell is to sing, accompanied by Flora- McCurdy and Mary McCampbclI between acU. "Bring Ui Your F*ot Trouble" GREAT SCOTT FOOTWEAR Nature-shaped lusts correctly fitted at our store insure your children's feet • "Corrective Fool FlUeri" Galloway's PUBLIC SALE A» I have rented rny furm. I will sell at public unction ut tny residence, known us Uui Hoover farm, four milea west of MuiysvilU-, <mc- half mile north of State Route 33, on Monday, Nov. 1O At 12 o'clock noon, the fylluwiay: 7 H«rscs — 7 Kuur-year-old i,»tru\ nmre, white tnune und tail. wi'i«ht 1700 Ibs ; 8-ytar-old roan mmv. wvinht 1600 Ibi.; ft-yoitr-dld roan mare, weight li>()0 lb».; 4-yi-ar-old b«iy jjeldmii, wt-ight KiOO Ibs.; yi-arlinij honvl filly L'uit; ycarilmj huncl hucsc <-ull; uj;e(l t'ruy (jeldiiig. good worker. A t lll "l bunch <;f hoi'kci and »houlit be ktva to be wppix'ciulc-d. 8 Cowa — 8 Hig red 7-yebr-old cow with calf ut bide; B-ytuf-old Jersey cow with calf at 6irt<;. big 7-yCiir-old Guernsey cow with calf tit side; bitf red V-yt*r-nid cow. giving 4 gallons uf milk per day; 4-yt-nr-old white face i-'iw uii-iiig 3 giillfxtj <,f nuik p»-r liiy; 7-yi-ar-oid bliick cow giving to.ict flow of iniik; Gucnwy lust-cult heifer, fresh in Kvbumiy; jjwid yv-a- Lng hiioi thotii bull. 5 Hogs — 5 t'i\K good blood iwws, to (ui-iuw ai llutx wtiKi>. 23 Hhet-p — 23 'I'wiut.y-lhU'c fti-umg liiinbs, wt-i^lit 70 Ib... Implements John Det-rf tullurfl.ir. Uaie C'-ni plunti r, wu«.iu i,nd luck, iiU,41j h-o' , uud uti.iT Tttiwoi: George Hoover "BELLE STAR" Randolph Scott, Gene Ticrney and Dana Andrews :n "Belle Starr," the sn gn of the Southern belle who became the West's first two-gun woman! Opens tomorrow night and will play Thursday and Friday at theAvalon, REAL ESTATE LOANS DROP ABOUT $36,000 DECREASE IN MORTGAGEE* DURING THE MONTH OF OCTOBER Cancellations of mortgages on real estate exceeded those placed on farm and lots in total value by n large ntnount, according to the October report of County Recorder Lawrence B. Rhoades. Sales of farms was lower than for previous months. The total value of mortgages cancelled was $143.703.83 as compared to $107,525 recorded. There were 76 mortgages cancelled 'on farms and lots while 53 were placed on properties. Mortgage's on chattels, however, showed a large gain over those cancelled. A total of 250 chattel mortgages were recorded for u total value of $180,310.50 as compared to 129 cancelled having a value of $32,909.3;). Mr. Hhoudcs recorded the sale of 53 farms containing 1.952.04 acres and 23 lots. Also recorded, during the month were two oflldavits and leases, one land contract, eight casements, and one power of jit- and Mrs. Edward Dehrcns, both of Prospect; a half-brother, Jay Nor- i'is of Richwood, and half-sister, Mrs. Sarah Jolliff of York Center. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at the Winter Funeral Home in Richwood with the Rev. James Cooper, officiating. Burial will be In Claiborne cemetery in charge of Lloyd Winter & Son, Richwood funeral directors. Friends may call at the home until noon Thursday after which the body will be at the funeral home. OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY AT COUNTY HOME Mrs. Eliza Green, formerly of Richwood. observed her 91st birthday anniversary at the Union County Home today. Mrs. Green, who entered the home in 1930, Is forced to use a wheel chair as the result of a fractured hip, but otherwise she is in the best of health and reads and sews without the use of glasses. According to McKinley Haines, superintendent of the home, Mrs. Green lias pieced ten quilts and made three dresses during the past '.seven months. One utility mortgage was cancelled amounting to $11,000,000 while one was recorded amounting to $18,000,000. MILFORD CENTER MRS, HOWISON DIED SUDDENLY WELL-KNOWN LADY STRICKEN WITH.'HEART' ATTACK—FUNERAL NERVICEH THURSDAY AFTERNOON. Mrs. Ivc-u'Howlsmi, (l, r >, died at her home four miles southwest of Richwood at B o'clock last night. Death was due to heart trouble und cunie very suddenly. Her husband, W. G. Huwisun, president of the Leesburg-Mat!- netk- school board, left home uboul tit'vc-n o'clock last night to attend u bourd meeting. When he returned about 10:30 o'clock last night hi' found that his wife hud retired and thut she was dead in bed. She hud betu ill of heart trouble (of about two weeks. Mrs. HowiMin was born in Jackson township, January II, 187(1, the daughter of Jeremiah and Eli/abeth 1'orts Norris. .Sin.' was married in Marysville to W, (J. llowison in 1U10. Slu: was u member <>r the Methodist rhureh nl I'lturinburg. Surviving arc. her husband, two step-duughlers, Mrs. Carl Hotelier & boil. Word was received here Saturday of the death of Mrs. Stella Hinlon at Day-ton, Mrs. Anna Hamilton left Sunday morning to attend the funeral services held in Dayton, Monday morning and the body was brought here for burial. Mrs. Hln- tnit wiis a former resident of Mil- foni Ci nter and lias a number of relatives and friends in. this community. A brother Ray Davis was brought hero fur burial a few months ago. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mclntir.! are iinnounclng the arrival of an B Ib. son, born Sunday morning at their home (in West Center street. The baby has been named, .William Francis. This Is their first child. Mr. mid Mrs. Harold Jl luff man mid daughter. Pally,' enjoyed a motor trip Sunday to Lake Erie and other her bridge club Thursday afternoon. places of interest. Mrs. May New will be hostess to Mr. mid Mrs. S. C. Greenfield accompanied by the hitter's, mother. Mrs. l(l,i Argo of Marysville, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. llar- PIT C'liiic-' ut. Dayton. The King's Daughters will meet at the iiiiiiH- of Mrs. Kthcl Buchanan. Friday afternoon. Mrs. Kin jut HulTman of Columbus, spent the wtvk-end here with her paivnt.s, Mr. und Mrs. CJrovur Huffman. Friends of Miss Eloi.se Ihilliunn will bi; smry to k-iim thut she is u patient at the Doctor's Hospital in Columbus and underwent an opera- tii'ii, Monday. Her mother, Mrs. Grnver Huffman left Sunday and will ivinain with her daughter for a IVw days. Hi-r aunt, Mrs. Lcroy Wood iilsii .vpi-nt Monday llu-iv. Mr. and Mrs. R. tJ. Reed ' Were Saturday shoppers in Columbus. Al-n vi:,iteil their daughter, Miss Doris Herd, wlin is u student at Capital UiiiverMiy, Mixs Doris, is u Junior at this UllivelMty and hiis .siUTe:,.ifully I'.t.'. rd JUT final audniou iur mr;ji.-. bii.-liip in lilt- Chupel Choir. ISlu' i a piviunu,; herself to teaeh mu^ie publii: beiioul »;-s!ein. and Mis. Walter Houaid iuid Mr.v 'Ueinice Hiee lelt !il..t Meek to hpeiul liie wmli-r l:ion(hb 1.11 tile iolllil. Mr. and Mr.-,. K. A. Kuntner uX uv.u ot Mi-. «i.a Mrs. John KtlUv. 111 the Ml', They were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Kellar for a few day's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kaufman and son spent the week-end here With his parents, Mr. and Mrt. Gus Kaufman. Mr. Kaufman is now employed in Maurhce. Ohio. The home economics class of the Milford Center high school was entertained with a Hallowe'en party, Friday evening, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Troesch and daughter, Naomi. Those present were: Misses Mary McCarty, Betty Mc- Cnrty, Ksthryn ReidJnlller, Jane Coe. Bertha Smith, Rosemary Adams, Mary Lou Poland, Marilyn Wood teacher, Mrs. Ethel Helser, Orvillo Massive, Carl" McCarty, Carroll Poland, Henry Amrine and Rudolph LeMaster. A two course luncheon was served by the class and numerous games were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Flanogan and son, Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haggard of Columbus, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hage- msn and son Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Gordon and children of Columbus, were Sun- ] Mrs. Edward Kleiber, Mr. and Mrs. day guests of the former's par- j Edwin Hausch and son Junior, of ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gordon ncar Irwin; Miss Christin e Rup- and family. Several relatives and friends were entertained and enjoyed a pot luck supper Sunday evening, at the horn* right of Marysville; Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Blumenschein, Mrs. Nora Homsher, and thfl honored guest, Mrs. Lena Bird of this place. Mrs. Bird received a numjber of lovely of Mr. and Mrs. John Jordon and j Sifts and a very pleStaant evening family. The occasion was honoring I W RS spent the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Mrs. Jordon, children, Johnny and Lena Bird, Those present were: Mr. Margaret and Mrs. Bird Were Sun- nnd Mrs. Lemuel Wade,- Mrs. | day afternoon callers of the letter's Mary Wade of jColumbus, Mr. and ' sister, Mrs. Mary Slierhoft In Marys- Mrs. Allan Haggard of Watkins, 1 vllle. ROME'S 4th The Greatest Furniture Values Ever Offered! YES! PRICES HAVE ADVANCED However, Bohr's have shopped the nation's greatest markets for the best values! Rohr's contracted for this tremendous stock of fine merchandise before the prices Went up. So'we now offer you the best of home furnishing* at the OLD LOW PRICES The greatest stock of fine home furniture ever assembled in the entire history of Union County 48 LIVING-ROOM SUITES 59 LOUNGING CHAIRS 88 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS, ROCKERS 50 BEDROOM SUITES 129 MATTRESSES 81 BED SPRINGS 29 DINING-ROOM SUITES 33 BREAKFAST SETS In Sincere Appreciation of the Splendid Patronage we have enjoyed during the past Four Years we offer our many customers these Sensational Bargains! Come In And Count 'Em, They're AH Here ilATIONAllYADVlRTIStt) KROEHIER/ Choice of New Fall Colors! VALUE OF A LIFETIME! Just imagine! A genuine KROEHLER suite at this unheard-of low price! Exquisite styling . . . QUALITY Tested Fabrics . . . Famous KROEHLER 5 ... Non-Sag Construction . . . KROEHLER Craftsmanship . . . This is your great opportunity to own a KROEHLER Suite at a price you can afford to pay. Come in today. TWO-PC. KROEHLER SUITES Good Serviceable Covers ... $59.95 Fine Velvet Covers...... .$69.95 100 Per Cent Mohair Covers. $99.95 Suites Exactly as Pictured! Real Bargains In BEDROOM SUITES Four Piece Waterfall Bedroom Suite in beautiful Prima Vera. Special Four Piece Modern Bedroom Suite. Combination walnut and Prima Vera. Four Piece Early American Suite. In genuine maple. A real buy! Three Piece Colonial Bedroom Suite. Either walnut or Maple finish 79,50 69,50 59,50 39,95 46 Other Bedroom Suites at Sensational Money Saving Prices! HUNDREDS OF OTHER FINE VALUES! VISIT Our Store * . See The Bargains . . Buy and Save! Union County's Largest Store Rohr Furniture Co.

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