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November 5, 1941

The Marysville Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 2

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UVEHitfO flfttttttttS, , OttiO Wednesday, ftovemi'er f>, C* LICENSE ISSUED { A 'marriage license was issued yesterday by Protxrte Judge John if. Daliey to Otwell Condon, 62, of Hnmfilton, and Gertrude B. Durfec, 82, <5t Milford Center. APPOINTMENTS MADE Clifton L. Caryl hag been appointed by Judge John W. Dallcy as Administrator of the estate of Albert H. Kurd. Orange Rittenhousc has been named administrator of the estate of Sarah S. Black. TEOVNO FEOWME'8 SOCIETY HELD HALLOWE'EN PARTY The Young People's Society of Bethel Methodist Church enjoyed a Hallowe'en party, Friday evening, Oct. 31, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S. Penhorwood, west of West Mansfield. There were over 40 present with 30 or more in futt mask. Those winning prizes were: 1st prize, Herb Wciser. dressed in a corn shock; 2nd, Lawrence Penhorwood, dressed as a very fat farmer; 3rd, Mrs. Fannie Weiser. The house was decorated,in trie true Hallowe'en spirit, with ghosts in different rooms, com shocks, also the usual black cats and pumpkin faces. A pleasant evening was en- COUNTY VOTE AT ELECTION joyed by all playing games. Refreshments of doughnuts, cider and pumpkin pie were served by the refreshment committee. r ReNtves Distress Fren^ v FEMALE Passenger automobiles registered j German truckers are required to throughout the world on January 1 load or unload a ton of freight in a totaled 38343,280, the Department j maximum of 20 minutes, the Dcpurt- of Commerce reported. [ ment of Commerce reports. INTRODUCING "DAD'S ROOT BEER" Dealers! Call Dad's Root Beer Distributing Co., MaryBvillc, Ohio STARTED CHICKS 1000 Started Chicks 4 Day. to 4 1 / 2 Weeks Old (Continued from page 1) Luther Snodgrass; justice, Helen Hull; constable, Robert Hull. Jackson—Trustees, Elmer Sivey, Jacob Schurch! justice, Fred Reeley; constable, Jacob Schuster. Jerome—Trustees, Clue Curry. J. C. Michaels; justice John Dodge; constable. E. H. Hinderer. Leesburg—Trustees,. Harrison Norris, John Kllfrin; constable, Otis Hull. Liberty—Trustee, Truman Lowe W. C. Reyncr; justice, W. H. Jolliff; constable, Myron McElroy. Willcreck—Trustees, Martin Vollrath, Lawrence Liggett and Fay Bouie, tied; justice, Ernest Felman and William Elsom, tied; constable, Robert Hauser and Emmett Herriott, lied. . Taylor—Trustees, Sain Westlake, J. C. Herd; constable, Richard Cllnc, Claibornc—Trustees, R. B. Oil- dine, John H. Trcosc; constable, Roy A. Johnson. Union—Trustee, P. H. Ryan, John G. Wolff; justice, Wilbur J. Brake; constable, LCWJB Poland. Washington— Trus tecs, A. D. Losey, P. R. McCray; justice, J. H. Bryan; constable, John Price and Allen Coons, tied. Allen—Trustee, Owen Edwards, G. E. Poling; constable,'Robcrt'Hcn- ault and Harold Kent, tied. School'Boards Following IB a list of the boards of education elected; County board of education: C. E. Moran, C. O. Wiley, PerryS. .Spajn.J Liberty Rural—M. J. Thompson, J, W: Mullaney, Herbert Rca. Poorla Special—Wesley Lock* wood, Pearl,Belville, Floyd Huey. Millcreek Rural—Russell Duncan, Harold Conklin, A. J. Haggard, Taylor Rural—William Ruhl, E. J, Marsh, W. Dwight Goff. Clalborne-Richwood—K. W. Kee- Ver, Clyde E. Biddlc, Ralph Mnt- Jack. Chuckery-Dtirby—Harry Boergor and Wendell Holycross. Dover Rural—Everett Burrip, Joseph Euslon, Fred Sublnst Jackson Rural—Frank B, Marsh, Leroy Foos, John Bevls. J e r o rn c Rural—Jess Mitchell, Pearl Boulc, Ivan McAdow. LcM,'s,bia'g-Mugnelic—Bernard: C. Gruy, J. W. Cunningham, Alvo Coder. Union Rural—P. J. Boergor, Verne Howard, Robert E. Knoldlcr. Washington Rural—Harold Simpson, Elmer R. Berry, W. C. Foreman. York Rural— Floyd Harriett, Dcl- mcr O. Eiihtrrtan, D. M. Mines. Allen Rural—Walter Staley, Wen- dull Smith. Chot Chandler. The above report on tho school board elections are lit several instances subject to possible change. Some of the districts extend into other counties and full reports from those counties have not yet been received. The nbovi; report indicates the winnci's unless votes cast in other counties turn the tide. Thanks, Voters I wish to express, my apprcciulion for the 1 support I received in the cli-rUon f"i' city council. 1 pledge, In tin; future us in the past, to give all cpjcstions uf city government my most ciinic.st attention and consideration. . WH.11KU FOItRY. WEAKNESS! Which Matt** Yon Hundreds of thousands of women who sutler distress of functional monthly disturbances — head- ixche, backache, cramps, distrwsa of "irregularities", tt bjoated fe*!-. Ing, so tired, weak— have obtained wonderful relief from such symptoms by taking Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Lydla Pinkham's Compound Is famous for relieving monthly pain and distress. Taken reeu furly — it helps build up resistance against such weak, tired, cranky feelings —dua to this cause. Lydla Pinkham's Compound Is one medicine you can buy today made mprciann for wnmrn. Qet ft bottle today from your druggist Follow label directions. WORTH TRYING I TAX INCREASE HITTING SNAG (Continued from demands for increased tax revenues should be treated entirely epart from the social security program, senators declared. Under the proposal the treasury is reported to be considering, con; tributions for old age benefits would be Increased from one to five per cent on workers' pay envelopes while assessments on employers would, be Increased from one to two per cont on their total payrolls. Sen. Sheridan Downey, D., Calif., an advocate of larger pensions for ngcd persons, said social security PARENTS, ATTENTION Here's a book your child should have, a Picture Dictionary For Children from 3 to 10 years. Contains 480 pages illustrated words, 1200 pictures familiar objects with 2154 basic words arranged in story book style. Tests made on second grude children showed those using Picture Dictionary developing 2.09 times as fast in reading and 4.35 times as ftist in spelling as those without it. Illustrated words selected from approved lists with children's needs in mind. Costs only $1.00 postage paid. Send for one today. If riot pleased money cheerfully refunded. Picture Book House, Dept. O, 7614 S. Crandon Ave., Chicago. taxes should be restricted to social I security purposes, J ' "Elderly persons— from 60 years of ago upward— need Increased benefit payments to m«et a cruel inflationary condition," he said. Sen. Edwin C. Johnson, D,, Colo., a member of the finance committee, said increased demands for defense ' revenues should be met through sliffer tax programs, rather than cxacte'd from the social security fund, "If we must raise rnoro revenue lot's do It di»ectly through increased | taxes, not through manipulation of ' the social security fund," he said, j Sen. Pronties M. Brown, D., Mich., said the plan would be "unfair." In a statement, Vandenberg said use of the security funds for gen- cral revenue purposes constituted "a dangerous and unconscionable step toward undermining the entire social security program," and PUBLIC SALE of Household Goods The undersigned will sell at public auction at her residence, 240 W. Third St., on Saturday, Nov. 8 Beginning at 1:30 P. M. Household foods consisting of some living-room, dining-room •and kitchen furniture, drop-leaf walnut table, Oak heating stove. NORA MULCAHY Anyone having something to •ell, bring it to this sale or cull Canal 4864. Simpson '& Son, Aucts. •"It will be a discrimination against pay-roll taxpayers In favor of non- ptiyroll taxpayers. It will set n precedent for 'sharp practice 1 in handling our fiscal difficulties . . . when we leave sound, fiscal ground in this emergency, we are off into the 'no-man's land'.of disaster." Vandenberg said he did not "blame" tho secretary of the treasury for hunting every possible do- vice to get funds to pay "our gargantuan bills," and suggested that if a pay-roll tax was found necessary for defense financing such a tax should be levied on "everybody." He charged that the treasury-plan lacked "a shred of integrity," and would exploit u public trust for "ulterior and unrelated purposes." EAGLES MEET AT DELAWARE 200 White Leghorn .Cockerels, 3'^ weeks old 120 New Hampshire Reds, \\\ weeks old 200 Barred Rocks, 4'/ 2 weeks old 175 White Leghorns, 10 days old. In ihrfcc huhky rlili-k.ii mid tiuh In MI the high moi.rr and tfg piUi:». MILFORD CENTER HATCHERY Millord Center, Ohio Phone 2171 Thanks, Voters 1 wi.sli ID III.ink tin 1 vole)'--, for tin ir .support and 1 appreciate llu'it help in tht> election. J. GKOIttiK KMMK1TF. Thanks, Voters With a Buckeye In Congress * ••• frr ClARBNCS J. BROWN MraWc •< Cwww. T* <*>• Dtorit* First Church of Christ, Scientist Columbus, Ohio 1 Wihll t() tluink* to .ill expi't-bs my Miir who .supported ami also tu i-oinplinu-nt tluiM.- who Mippoitrd such u line opponent us Uob. Lot's all foi'jii-t ubout tlie now that it's uvi'i' and all cu-opt-rate fol\ a llnrr and bettor community. — Thanks itgaiu. JUI.I, ASMAN. Fui-;i; u:cTt'ui: ON CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK V. ROMS, C.K.U, .-f U,.- l!..,,id ..I i.. >l,il J- n.,l I'll,-nil ',1 Uu ,...t. in Mcmoriul Hull Til;. iiiuiouj), NoiiiuiM l uiij, S.lj f. >J -1C !:•> COhl.ilAl.tY INVlTtU Tu A'l'Tl.Nl* MI K SliN'iKNt'K I'AUl.UlNc;, O.. Nov. ;..- Join Woiinly. !iH. pli-.u'K.d tuilly l.ito yes- li'iiiu.v if, Mtiiud th-givi- niiu'vlvi II lh>- .-.laying «( t'iiil Winilcy. Isfl. lfiiiMie. Hi- wa.-> MiiUiHiil.to l i| in.si 'iiiiifi.l by t'uiiiui''ii I' u! t ii' Mi.--i\tn L. l)a>'. K \( l.K 1)11 i IMHANAl'OUS. li.it , No\. : For a long time now senators and congressmen, who have been voting! for the v'nrious legislative steps in support of Mr. Roosevelt's foreign] policy, hove been assuring thorn-i selves'and their constituents that such steps were for the preservation of peace ruther than toward en-1 try into war. Most of them have stated many times thut they would' never vote for a declaration of war, or for any steps which would leud to the sending of American troops to fight and <liu on foreign soil. Hut now thut they have heard President Roosevelt's Navy Day speech, they must fiico the realization, if H.oy uro at all honest with thcirrtrlves, that if they vote for the repeal of tho loutrulily lav/ they are voting (or ;lu; equivalent of a declaration of vvur.'Also that in all probability it is the final vote they will have an ipportunlty to cast on fixing Aineri- cun policy us to entering or staying out of the present Kurupcuiuwur. Of course, the congress and the country 11 ro being assuryd that the war wo urc edging into, and will enter fully if the neutrality law is de- stiuycd, will be only u mival war However, such assurances are being given by the same men who only u short year ago. und even since, made solemn promises und pledges to Un- people that the United States would not become involved in the Kurn- 11 hoU-aust, There it no 4 bUi/h Members of Del-Mar Aerie No. 2225, Fraternal Order of Eagles of : this city, will take part in a district I initiation to be held at the Dela] ware Eagles' Lodge Thursday night, j Pride J. Thompson, president, announced today. A large number of members of the local order will attend the initiation and a number of candidates will be taken there to receive their initiatory work. Members and candidates going to Delaware have ! been asked by President Thompson to meet at tho Eagles Hall he.ro at 7:30 o'clock, Thursday evening. WINS AT CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, Nov. 5.—Ohio Democrats took a more optimistic view of next year's election toduy qs they studied results of Tuesday's municipal voting in Cleveland und Akron. Frank J. Lausche, Democrat, defeated Mayor Edwwrd Blylhoii, by about 50,000 votes, the siuijority «vev glvt-n a Cleveland mayoralty candidate. C3eord«! J. Hurtor, blind Democratic- i state representative, wa» elected Akron's mayor by un unoftlciul margin of 5.4B3 votes over Lee I>. Schrey. Kepublicun hicumbout seeking his fourth turn). •dff * A. . %g "" *M ^ ' p & Look into M AYBE it's a little hard to picture this trim Buick as it will look on that unknown day when you come to turn it in. There may bo scars in its fenders, and use-stains on its upholstery— but the thing that matters is it'll still be going great guns. You can count on that husky valve- in-hcad straight-eight to be ticking off the miles with the satisfying efficiency it now boasts. You can rely on Compound Car- buretiont to hold your gas-costs lown, squeezing every last power- packed mile out of the fuel you burn. There won't be any loss of easy comfort in those all-coil springs, or any need for care to keep them gentle. As for such things as connecting rods and bearings—Buick rods ar.e extra strong, while tests show that our oil-cushioned bearings last twice as long as others under the same load and service. So go right ahead 1 Buy Buick on its last mile instead of its first. If you can get one now, you'll be smart to grab itt No oth»r cor hat ALL THIS FOR YOU IN 'FORTY-TWO FIREBALL STRAIGHT-EIQHT VAIVB -IN-HfAD ENGINE * COMPOUND CARlURETtON (.tondard on most model»)*OIL-CUSHIONID CRANKSHAFT PINS AND JOURNALS it STURDI-LITR CONNECTING RODS if STEPON PARKINO BRAKE it BROAD- RIM WHEELS * FULLY ADJUSTABLE STEERING POST * BODY BY fISHES * WEATHERWAROEN VENTI- HEATER (standard on LIMITED modcli, ocoisory on other S*rl«t) . c M elitht rxira co*l on Huick SrrpiAi. model*, mntltnl on All olhrr Srrtetv BETTER BUY BUICK H. I. Huffman & Company Canal 4577 Marysville, Ohio 120 S. Plum St. WHIN BCTTtR AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THIM] PUBLIC SALE Pure Bred and Recorded Hogs At the Madison County Fair Grounds, London, Ohio, on Tuesday, November 11 Commencing at Noon Tho offering consists of sows, Kilts, bmirs, HOWS and litters, mid fall pijjs. In the past two years I have purchased from the best imd largest hu« farms In the- United States and Canada, the best blood lines in hogs to be obtained. I have studied the different strains, that, when mated, should bring the best results. 1 have boars and sows now on my'furm that have.won the firsts in the biggest shows. The offering is not fat, but in every-day working clothes. 1 can not, in print here, give the pedigree of every animal in the sulu. but on uale day each pedigree will be read. The older ones all have been treated. I will sell the following: 10 English Yorkshire Gilts Imported parents; bred. The Yorkshire hog i* the oldest and best breed of hogs on earth, «» well as the largest. They are prolific, Sood mothers, kind and great foragers. These gilts are 12 Spotted Poland China Sows By the world's known sires—Hero, Perfection, Muster Pride. Admiral Oth und Tecumseh—part of which have pits by side; otherAbri'tt. Thanks, Voters Thanks to the voters of Paris Township for rc-ulcctiiijj me tuwn- ship trustuo. LEONARD M. BELVILLE. Thanks, Voters H,ii..|.| Mi, i dirt liin'k yv. - ti -i it.. \ ; oiif!> -i.d U' InJ . ti.ii-h uilci' tiU.t of du-d 11 1.- iin\iT -..j-ii,tl i-l iiijoti'-.-? ,it Hi.- l-'ianKlin. ar iKuiitd into u p thing lie n as a limited \\iir. '1'lu-ie tiTtainty that the pattu' tioil of th« United Stales in the pie.-,- int war ean be limited to naval ar- Uon, Instead tiieio li every likelihood, icrial'dle.->» of ple-.ei',l intention:-, thut onie. the United Stale,, be^inis naval \variui i- it v. ill not l.e long until tin.- nation \\ill be en- ^,ifei-d In all "all oul ' v.ui. v. il^ Aineiii.vii i-xpeditioimiy foree>, iiuiubi i ii-.a itilu the millions U-l:^ :,elll oxei'-i-i-.o- I wish to thank the voters for their support und for re-clectii Uic cuuuciliuun. O. L. UAKEH. Thanks, Voters I wish to thank lliu votei.-, for theil' support at the oleetioii Tues :n fp.--i-U'Cling H'.e as clerk. 20 Spotted Poland China Gilts Almost ready to breed! 25 Duroc Jersey Gilts and Sows Gilts soon ready to breed. These gilts are from sons of thi' world's champion, Waveline, sold for $1500 cus.li, and Top Row, world's junior clumpion. 12 Hampshire Gilts and Sows The gilts were late and arc small. Tho .sows will pig in a few days. Good ieedinjj and show blood liiK-s. 28 Chester White (Jilts and Sows The gilts wen; late, but will breed IuU-r; the sows just being muU;d Best blood obtuinuble. Come early and look the hogs over. Seats for ladies and crippled mated to Highland Laddie, the $400 mule. 12 ilig T*H* Poland China Gilts and Sows The gilts will soon breed. The sows with pigs by side, by such sires as Old Pudgy and Pudgy Rainbow; some by First Row. 10 Boars Spotted Poland and Big Type Poland China, Duroc Jersey. Hampshire, Chester White, English Yorkshire. Different ages and breeding; all carry the champion blood und feed lines. 80 Fall Pigs Just weuiifd; different breeds, but all pure in their cluss. . Sale under cover if day is bad. Lunch served on grounds ciuy, Jtt.llKNt.iU HiOM UObfliAl. Mi's. Muiitjrcl Kci-d wi»s biou b hl to tin,- homo uf her daughter. Mia. Mary hkulinun, in I'uulkner's uiu- bulunep.-. this iil'n--i'iHMiIi, fiolu (Ji'uiil Hu:-lJltul. i6lio buflcl'cd U Ira-jLulX-xi Floyd Watts Miashall, Slagle and Porter, Auctioneers II. S. -McSavaney and Postmaster Ray, Clerks bfH'ts l.l.Mll>!> WASH ING ro\ f . N">. ; ^!ll U: ^'..u;ei- and m.-ie i: i A eoiiinnu-0 dvi.^iin,-.!.! i'> 1'^e.i eiie>.'ii> u:t tj-.-:v<.i ii.^. thi.ro i-s a .-in,i la,;,- of c;ir.«w,iy. iei-j FLAVIN'S t'Aliii-K UtAU ei>, uiur.Uiiit. p"|i;iy .-.Jid uU.er .-e.-.iir joiain. vv . aiil Cilll UL . ,. l CuLL'MUUS. O. Nov. 5. - Oaiiie . j'L.^.j,, ,, 1Vi ^ juiiit-i- of Disnu iuiUi, Oiau Slate Joau^l ic ,,it or .jj.J OnlUilllliit. 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