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Tuee'day, NovsmBer 4,1941 THE EVENING TRIBUNE, MA AVAL ON Start* Tomorrow Th« exciting tares and battle* of flint Woman! Addea: CarUrtn, News, Novelty Shows—7:00, 8:10 Tonight Only Also: Buster Keaton Comedy, Sport Reel, Novelty, Cartoon Shows—7:00, 8:10 To relieve Misery of 666 CO IDS Liquid Tablets Salve Nose Drops Cough Drops Try "Rub-My-Tism"-a Wonderful Liniment EVENING TRIBUNE DUOS.* WblUhen OT'i'E J. M. IIliBISn, Grnrrcl IllVIN U. HISNHY. KUItor Member of Ohio Select I>l*t ol Dnlly Newn The Ohio Ne«»uoi>rr A*nocl»ll*n AMOi-luted Ulilu Uaillra JNallonal Editorial AiiocUtten Fh«n« Sotteir Newi t« or Canal 4743 Men, Women Over 40 Don't Be Weak, Old rtil Pappy, N«w, Ytari Trt» Onnt. Con«4n* tewnt In often w«!i«1 »n» 40— bir fcortwn t cliin. ptioKitinnM. Imllne, Vltunin wm«: " , ,. 1« df* »•> much f W «•» w «<*t i Applet and roaat« tMt »wr tcotm mrnlt. netnW «•»• 9* " I <P> U K.! I ' 0 Omrtt Trnilo T»l>Uw «<*t«r lor eiOn We. !8 BMf» For mil* flt .fnml»on'«, llriull T> stiff *nd nil olhrr Bond (lrn« «tnr**. Anniversary Dinner, The 80th birthday anniversary of Wrs. Samuel Stump wns observed vith a dinner at the homo of Mrs. Cora Scholip. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schalip a'tid hildren, John and Marcella; Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Gardner, Mr. Carl ichalip, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stump and daughter, Ruth; Mrs. E. B. Winger of Delaware; Mr. and Mrs. frank Stump and son, Larry; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Slump; Mrs. Edna Blumenschein, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stutrtp and daughter, Mary. • Enehre Club The Lorio Hand Euchre Club will meet 'at two o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Thompson. C. W. C. Club The C. W. C. Club will be enter' talned at the home of Mrs. Jacob Ell, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Family Dinner. Miss Clara Pauline Wuertz returned to Cleveland on Monday after having spent, the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wuertz at Watkihs. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wuertz entertained with a family dinner in honor of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bywater, who were recently married, also observing the birthday of their son, Victor, which was on Sunday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bywater, Mr. ai)d Mrs. Arthur Bywater of Marysville, Miss Elsie Bywater of Columbus, Miss Clara Pauline Wuertz of Cleveland, and the host and hostess and family. Afternoon callers were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wuertz and family of Amlin, and Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff and son, Lester, of near Milford Center. Auxiliary Conference The eighth district conference of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held at Columbus, Tuesday, No- YPffifegi;. 6,. Those wishing transportation please call Mrs. Dale ..Overly or Mrs. Leroy Burns. -?, . Ace Of Clubs Bridge Club. The Ace of Clubs Bridge Club will be entertained at the home of Ccurt Deinfls Elks Inspection Tomorrow Night Hay Mitchell, of Newark, deputy grand exalted ruler of the Ohio South-Central district, will inspect Marysville Elks lodge at the regular meeting to be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. Mr. Mitchell has been prominent In Ohio Elkdom for man/ yean. He Is a pa.it exalted ruler of Newark lodge and Is a member oi It* board of trustees. Mr. Mitchell 1* a former president of the Ohio Klk*"P*»t Es- alted Rulers' Association end served as secretary of thto body, Marysville lodge will Initiate « class of candidates into th« order on the occasion of the annual Inspection by the district deputy. Preceding the meeting a supper will be served at 7:0(1 o'clock In the club rooms/ VETERANS HAD FINE MEETING WAR-TIME MEMBERS or co. E ENJOYED GET-TOGETHER IN THE EAGLES CLUBROOMS LAST NIOHT. ' JOHN W. CULI.EJ1T CO. Advertising Repre»ent«tive Cleveland Omco—569 Hippodrome Annex, Clevelsjid, O. Columbus Office—10 South Third St., Columbus, O. Kaneoa City OIUc6—500 National Fidelity Life Bid*., Kanaaa City, Mo. Eastern Office—630 Fifth Ave,, Kevr York City. Wentern Office—230 North Michigan Ave., Chicago. Detroit OHlce—O e n e r a 1 Motor* Bldg., Detroit, Mich. Wintered at the Murynville, Ohio, Toil Office an Second Claaa Matter Hubiorlptlon Katea: By currier, Mr week, lOc; by mall la Union ;oonty, 11.80 p«r year. Mrs. Charles vening. Spitler, Thursday CHRIST run BLt - * - THEREFORE DO NOT LORD IT OVER SO-CALLED INFERIORS, -SOMEDAY YOUR RELATIVE POSITIONS MAY BE 'REVERSED: Pride &xth before destruction, and a haughty spirit • before a fall.— Proverbs 16:18. Visited Friend Mrs. Ed Fitzpalrick spent the veek-end at the home of Mrs. iarry Connor at Columbus. Sunday Guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank-pairy, Mrs. Dairy and daughters Joan and Jetty of Springfield were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Spitler. Visited Relatives Mrs. D. E. Beightler, Miss Nellie McCurdy and Mrs. Ed Fitzpatrick spent Monday afternoon nt the lome of Leo and Misses Marguerite, Winifred and Mamie' Fitzpatrick lear Bellefontnine,' TRAPPERS INVITED Trappers of the county are invited as guests of the Heart of Ohio Fish and Game Association at the Association's meeting at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night In The Coffee Shop Tlie new laws governing trapping will be discussed ut the meeting. CHOSEN FOii CLUB. Tom Dutro of Marysville lu>:» buor chosen to the Junior Club of UK Oberlin College Forensic Union foi this year. He is.ainnntf 1- selectee .- by the Union for debate aud dis Dinner LuUit-ruu Church Thursday, Nov. 5.00 to 6:30 I'. .M. FOXES LOSING TURKEY TASTE FOR FIRST TIME, TURKEY RAIHLR HAS NOT HAD ANY LOSSES DUE TO FOXES. TO AWARD CONTRACT The contract for the improvement of the Millrace ditch in Union Township is to be awarded on November i2nd. it was announced today by ' County Engineer Claude Skldmore. * * * REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Miiucjc and Arthur Hawley to Carl and Ida Moder, 3 acres in Paris Township, $1. Verl Graves et al. to Melva and Norma Baker, .44 of an acre in Marysville, $1. John N. und Alice Thornton to Clarence T. Hover, 68.70 acres in Liberty Township, $1. Chester E. and Zelluh Scott to Lester E. Scott et al., .07 of an acre in Leesburg Township, $1. C. L. and Wilma Wright to George and Sarah E. Murphy, 49.30 acres in Leesburg Township, $1. * * * N'AMED EXECUTOR D. E. Ogan has been appointed executor of the estate of Ruah V. Hall by Probate Judge John W. bailey. * * * FORECLOSURE ACTION In the case of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company vs. Thomas D. Phillips, Judge Richard Cameron has instructed that action be taken to foreclose the mortgage to satisfy a judgment for $5,131.96 due on u note and $00.50 representing taxes paid on the property by the plaintiff. PRESBYTERIAN CHOIR About thirty veterans who served in Co. E of this city with the Rainbow Division overseas enjoyed a rrectlng in the Eagles clubrooms last night and talked over experiences of the Chateau Thierry Drive, It was the fall meeting of Ralph Berger Chapter, Ohio Rainbow Division Veterans Association, and Mort Rooney, president of the utate organization, and Henry Leroy president of Columbus Chapter were present. During the business session the Chapter vjent on record unanimously in favor of the two-mill levy for the opernlmg expenses of the public schools here. During the -pund-lable discussion of the Chateau Thierry offensive each of the former Co. E men told one of his experiences, and afterwards lunch was served. Co. E n>en from out-of-town who were present were: Carl baum, Irwin; Charles Shoup, Richwood; John Michaels, Plain City-, Richard Grauman, North Lewisburg; Wil- bcr.Slone, Ostrander; Caeey Robertson, Somersville, and Ray Jacobs Morrell! Guests at the meeting were 1st. Lt. James Simpson and 2nd Lt Gene Spaulding of Co. G, Mayor William Asman, Robert J. Maclvor, and Albert Saygrover, head of the local DAV. OHIO LOCH SMRS MET DEFEAT IN ANNUAL HOMECOMING GAME UPPER 8ANDI/SKY ELEVEN °" Marysvilio's 23. Strasier tr FIOMTIMO M. B. 8. ••'. Dardinger 3 and Stephens 3 ELEVEN BUT WON BV bring the bull lo Mary*vi!Ir ; K l.V W TO It TALLY • Wolte made ore, Strasser 5 arid - _ i Wolfe circled end for a touchdown linp. iill' (Wolfe 3, Sfrnsser I; kicks from it'lnc'-mi'Tit. Wolff 1, Rlrasiwr I 1 ; irtil;- i stitiitni. Marysville. Neiblcr, Rut,-in. IJowcrsmilh. Griffin and Skifl- •mnn; Uppor. Hecker, Grates, Hicks, ; K-ifhlcr: offiriM:--. rr-forro. Ifock- m;,n. Ohio Wr-slr-yan; Umpire, Jen- : 'e kin---. H< ioVIIj'Tp; hrfid linesman. '•' .Tayl'rr, Ohio State. SENATE DEBATE IN EIGHTH DAY SHIP SINKING AND FINLAND I (Continued from pnge I) ' I r •thorlze sending thoni lo belligorrnt i ports. I Ho was followed by Senator i Theodore G. Bilbo, D, Miss., who Irupported the proposal to arm merchant ships but opposed lifting the prohibitions aftiinst vessel.-) entering belligerent ports arid combat zonrs on the ground that It , wag "fraught with definite Connotations (Continued from page 1) ! of a j|. O iit warfare" for which the Fir-ni.-h-Swirt war. Son. • Grr- ! nation is "woefully unprnpatrd." a!f| p Nyf . r! . N . , terrible rpfloction D said it wai , '•„. L ucas recall c<l how .Hitler had <in our diplomacy .laid out his own combat zone, com- .and American thinking." ' plfHoly surrounding Iceland and Hull's .-tati-nunt in Finland, made .taking the danger line- lo within 609 in response to qu'-rir-s at his daily ' miles of Newfoundland.! | press conference, amounted prac-| "Conquerors arc never satisfied/' Although playing Its bent Rsme of : frorn M « r y-"vi!le-s nine-yard the .pawn, Marytvllte high school's'. Wolfo ' s kick wa * wi(lp ' Thi ' was eleven wan defeated by Upper San-."' lhe scorlnK lor thn firsl qrmr ' dusky, 26 to 12, here yesterday aft-, ler srnoon In one of the best game?! Upper's second touchdown came i ieen here in several years. Marys- : after Marysville relinquished the : Vlll* celebrated lt« Homecoming by' ba11 on tho 50-yard line nfter fail-, out-galning the Upper team, but the! in « to make a yard for a first down. Visitors chalked up a win because i therc being a dispute whether it their line-up included Russell j wa * tnird or ' ourlh down " n ' Wolfe, the Upper Sandusky captain :P Ia >'and second-place scorer among' A. 17-yard off tackle sma?h by! high school players of the state. I Wolfe and a gain of 12 by Strasser . The game was costly to Marys- j-nided in-taking the ball to Marys-j ville as Dick Remington, the lcam> jville's 6 from where Strasscr we tit, ticaliy to an .titlirnatum that Fin- j said Lucas. "The lust for power itar left guard suffered a dislocate*! 0 " tackle for the touchdown. | ] a ,, d nband-m'h»;r military nctivitics ! feods upon itself and will not be •houlder late In the third quarter • Wolfe's kick was good to make the! against thn Soviet. It revenlwl off!- ' curbed until it runs fnto some and probably will be out for tho score 13 lo 0. . ! cially for the first- time Jhat in mountainous structure which sobers MMon. ^ Sewed Twice i August the UnHerl States had the aggressor before he botttfcs out Russ Wolfe 1 * best effort was.an j Upper Sandusky blocked a DC- sought to bring about a pence which his hr.iins. The Hitler revolution Is 82-yard run for a touchdown in the i vino P unl ear'y In the third period 'would give Finland substantial t«-r- . pf world-wide proportions, "Not fourth quarter. He started off tackle |» n <I recovered the ball on Marys- Htorlal gains. Th" offer was never or.ly is there convincing proof of on this play, evaded n mass of ;ville's 32. On the next play, Wolfe acknowledged. • ' . thu point in the writings of Hitler would-be tacklers and out-ran thrj wcllt through the line for the 22; Block Railroad before the war started, but his defensive men to score standing up. >ards and the touchdown. His place-; j,, c u b ; ,f,ince. Hall called on Fin- eveiy act and deed since that time Wolfe scored 19 of hir, team's 26 ."^'"l for tne cx<ra IX'int was. ] anc j to slop h')stilitir.-s and c;ill her | gives every indication of what this points to bring his season's total to blocked. i army home. .Tu^f nov.- that army . rn.vl m-in has in mind." 135. Don Reinhard of Portsmouth i Wolfe's 82-yard run completed has pushed far into Russian ter'ri- i —•. ", East scored 19 points in his last j Upper's scoring in the fourth quar- •• lory At points .it commands the' game and has 138 points to makejtct 1 . Strasser's kick for him the state's scoring champion,; point was good. three points more than Wolfe. Brilliant Air Attack While the playing of Wolfe was DECLAMATIONS PROGRAM AT UNIONVILLE CENTER Humorous and oratorical declamations will be given by students of Chuckery-Darby school in the school building at Unlonville Center this Thursday afternoon at 1:15 j o'clock. The general public Is invited and no admission will be charged. The Prince of Peace Declamation Contest will be held in the Methodist church at Unionville Center next Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock. pcai, tuuil bi.-i.-f. «r.. d putalut.- c^. baked uluJ, pifi, MENU: «r..r.:ll" For the flrst time since hu has been raising turkeys, foxes have failed to ravage the Hocks of Chris Bocrger of Marysville Route 2. No losses IIHVL' bt-'L'ii blamed, to foxes this season. Mr. Hoerger, \vl\o raised u Hock of 1300 turkeys, dues nut believe thut all of this foxes in the vicinity have been killed although yearly drives are made against them and is unsiblu to iicciuint for the fact that they have been leaving the turkeys ulone this season. Turkey prices arc about live cents higher than they were lust year. Mr. Boerjjer dre: se.s all of hid turke>i and sells the nuij'"'ity ul' them in Columbus. He lias beta Cutting 35 ceiila per. pound fur the el!-i-s.,ed birds and do,-s Hot think ihut they \viil be much higliei' lor Chcjir practice Wednesday ning, 7:30 o'clock. eve- S;,ve your children's feet and cconomi/.e while doing it, is the theme in the Gallowuy Shoe Advertisement today. v 3-1* CALF BROUGHT AT HOL8TEIN SALE A registered Holstein bull calf sensational, almost rivaling it was the passing combination of Devinc to Glendenning. The two Marysville players .completed eight out of ten passes for a total gain of 80 yards. Dcvlne's passing was uncanny and Glendenning snagged them even when he was surrounded by defensive men. One Of Marysville's passes was incomplete and another was intercepted by Wolfe on the five yard line as the gun ended the half. Upper Sandusky attempted one pass which was incomplete. - Marysville outgaincd the r|vals 255 yards to 205 and had the most first downs, 13 to 9. It was the long runs by Wolfe which spelled the difference between the two teams. Not enough can be said about Wolfe, who mns extremely low, picks his holes well, and is unusually hard to stop. Neither can enough be said about Marysville's fighting spirit and all-round play. Real Battle Marysville scored more points than any other team has scored against the Upper team. It also Is the first time that that team has been outgained. While the rival's touchdowns came with long runs and by breaks which gave them the ball in Marysville territory, Marysville's points came the hard way, with long marches. Marysville was the first to score. Upper Sandusky won the toss- and elected to kick-off. Devinc took the kick-off on his own 18 and ran it back to the 23. Conrad picked up 8, then 4, and one to make it first down on the 33. Kierns made a yard, and then Conrad went off- tackle for 25 to Upper's 48. Kierns reeled off four; Devine picked up eight and then one and a five yard owned by Chris Boerger, Marysville, | penaUv on Uppcr placed the ball on Route 2, topped the call sales and was second high for all ages, at the unnual State Holstein-Friesian sale held at Wooster. Mr'. Boerger received $22& for his 11-month-old calf. The calf was sired by Dipple- hurst Tritomia. His dam has three records ranging from 534 to 556 pounds of butter fat per year. their 30. Scored First Devine made four, Conrad five and Devine two for first down on Upper'3 19. Devine gained one and then three and Conrad carried the ball to the 9. On the next play Conrad lateralled to Devine who went around end to score standing up. The kick was wide and Marysville led 6 to 0. On the next kickoff Wolfe took the ball on his own 21 and brouyht it back to the 50. Wolfe made 8 and then fumbled, Marysville recovering on their own 39. Marysville then fumbled and Upper recovered the extra Murmansk-Leningrad rail line over ; (which allied and U. S. war supplier; Marysville's second and final m j fi ht move to the Soviet. Mur-' touchdown camo on a down-lhe- !man3k - 13 an rll i vcnr por[ whil( , thp j alternative route, through •Arch-i angt-1, calk for strenuous and an ' all-but-irnpossible struggle with ice i in winter. ' For this, reason it was bc-Iieved j that German pressure on Finland .to j remain in the fight would outweigh • local's had on their own bucks coupled three completed passes, Deto Glendenning, one for 1"> field march after the taken the kick-off 30-yard line. Line with vine yards and a 10-yard end run by Kierns took the ball to the Upper nine-yard line. On the next play, Upper was penalized for roughing and the ball was placed on the one- yard line from where Devinc sucked for the touchdown. The kick from placement wns wide. From. this, time on Upper could do but little and had little time In which to do it and thu game ended with the ball on Marysville's 45" yard line in possession of Upper Sandusky. Flayed Fine Game Marysville went down defeated but with the praise of all fans who witnessed the contest. Marysville was outscored but was not out- gained nor out-gamed. The entire Marysville team deserves praise for doing better than any other eleven has been.able to do against Upper SanduV.ky this year. Marysville plays Richwood at that placo Friday afternoon. The largest crowd of the season was present to s«e the game and sec 1he Homecoming Queen, Miss 'Leila Rausch and her attendants, Miss Bculah Butler and Miss Evelyn Seeley. Flowers for the queen and attendants were the donation of Bobby Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turner. The flowers were presented by Miss Juanita Kierns, last year's homecoming queen. Statistics of game; M. •Yards rushing ICG Yards passing • • 89 Passes attempted 10 Passes completed 8 Passes intercepted 0 Penalties, yards 5 First downs ..: • H 9 Lineup and summary: Pos. Marysville Vpper Sandusky L.E.— Glendenning Slemmer t,.T._Mummey ; Miner L.G.—Remington Lucas C. —Finch • • Barth R.G.—Grauman Hes R.E.—Lei; Moon Q.B.—Hurnjxxk Stephen Wolfe f.S. 203 0 1 0 1 25 anything the U. S. might offer. Military observers, however, full that German military might would not be the deciding factor in determining Finland's reaction'" to the American demands. Best available reports indicate that only onj di- j vision—about 15.000—German troops ; are in Finland. A more likely deter- i rent, it was said, was tho danger of i Nazi coup within the country in ' event peace with the Soviet were made. At present U. S. aid to Finland u nil. Tho British blockade that country from receiving and other supplies although a substantial loan was once made available. A peace with (he Soviet, therefore, would make these funds again accessible. Robin Moor Case If the peace is rejected and Britain declares war on Finland, as Russia wishes, the United Statej would presumably cancol the loan and class Finland with the aggressor nations. The Robin . Moor correspondence aroused keen speculation also due to the fact that it "terminated Sept. 26 and was withheld from the public until now. Some observers be-! lievcd that this was done because j the United States plans some new step against Germany. The correspondence showed that: On June 20 the then Acting Secretary of Stale Sumnor Welles gave Thoin.sen a copy of President Roosevelt's message to congress denouncing the Robin Moor sinking by a submarine in mid-ocean as an Gossard Demonstration Including the showing and fitting of- all types - of. -foundation garments AND BRASSIERES, and consultation with one of the cleverest factory trained corsctlerres in the country- SO— bring yoi'r corset and brassiere problems to lins Store Wednesday, Nov. 5 11 A.M. to 7 P.M. For— YOU KNOW— the Gossard Line U absolutely TOPS. COW SALE act of "piracy." informed . Strasser Uardingor L.H.—Conrud R.H.—Kierns ."..... F.B.—Devine Score by quarters: Marysville U 0 0 0 U|>per Sandusky U • 7 15 7 Marysville, touchdowns. Devine 2; Upper Sandusky touchdowns. On June 24 Thoinsen Welles he would not even transmit the me.ssage to his government. On Sept. 19 Hull offered to accept from Gel many $2.907,032 in U. S. currency in full settlement of damages if tendered on Dec. 1U. On Sept. 28 Thomson replied that j Germany did not intend to niak cny reply to tlie claim note. -Consultation on your Foundation Garment and Brassiere Problem: may be had With GuSbimi'.-: Factory ] Trained CorseliL-rre at \\Mkins Store on \Ved!H-tduy. Nov. 5. from II a. in. to 7 p. in. 34-Ic. BellefontaJne, O., Fair Grounds, On U. S. Route 68 Saturday, Nov. 8 11 O'clock Sharp 75 Head Fresh 75 anil Close Up Cows Consisting of , r >0 Registered Holsteins, 40 fresh or near by. Some with their own records and all out of record dams. Several first calf heifer* with calves by side, of the -very best breeding, with plenty of size and quality. Twelve Registered Hol.stein heifers, from 4 months to 1 year old, of the best breeding. Twenty-live good grade c<;ws. fresh with calves by side, Holsteins, Jerseys and Guernseys. This sale will be held inside. Every cow will Sell. T. B. and Bang's tested. Lunch will b'. 1 served. CARL H. GRAY OWNER \\Yst Liberty, Olj>o Bukcr, Judy and Smith, Aucts. Blondie By Chic Young -I SAIC? I PiDMT S E6GS THIS MORWNO DO YOU WANTE56S FOR BREAKFAST; DAGWOOP? SCRAMBLE? t-IOW DO VOUWAWTTWEM? FRIEP OR SCRAM9LEP?