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, November 10, OHIO PagtThm •tu lull* . AVALON TOMORROW ' TWO SWEtL HITS Join a MURDER HUNT! Matinee features: "Flame of West" 2:40 only. "Manhunt" 1:30.arid 3:55 Blazing Justice! Society • Clubs Telephone Society and Personal Mews to 4*5501 MARY M. WHITNEY, Society Reporter and ell the teacher* are Invited attend. , Shows; Evening 7:00, 9:3P TONIGHT ONLY Shows: 7:00, 9:00 STRAND STHRRET1 to Tomorrow And Sunday 89th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston will observe their 69th wedding anniversary on November 24th. They are residing at the home of their granddaughter, Mrs. GeraldIrtfe Piling, at'East Liberty.. Visited Cad«t y • Mr. and Mrs. Howard Elliott and daughter, Suzanne and Lt. and Mrs. Carl Schaefer returned Tuesday; from', several days' visit with their son and brother, .Cadet Tom Elliott of Castle Heights Academy in Lebanon, Term, Cadet Elliott was on the honor roll and received ah A rating the first period of school. Wedding Date Chosen Mr, and Mrs. Homer S. Fox of RIchwbod are announcing the approaching marriage of their-daughter, Audrey, .to Tom Matye (of;' Akron, Ohio; The double- rin'g ceremony will be read at an open church wedding at 2:00 p. m. Wednesday November 21st, in the First Baptist Church with' the Rev. Donalc Hobbs officiating. . . The bride-elect has asked her sis ter, Mrs. A L. irindsay, to be her matron of' honor. Miss Wanda Martino and Mrs. ' Calvin Wells wll serve as bridesmaids. Phyllis Che ney and Helen Cramer will Ugh the candles. Ann Kay Gray willbe flower girl. • Favorite selections o the bride and groom will be played at the organ by Mrs, Charles Gill .The vocalist is William-LeMasters. Edward Block will act as best man for Mr. Matye. George Chima and, Charles Hamlet will seat the^ wed-; ding guests. • , - | Following the ceremony there will. be a reception for the bride- and; groom, their parents, relatives,, out-; of-town guests, and a few close/ friends. Mrs. Neva Harger and her; assistants will'serve'as hostesses at the; reception. ' .' . : . Mr. Matye recently received his 1 honorable discharge from the 9th Air Force after, completing 75 missions in the European theatre of elebrated their 58th wedding anniversary today. As the group sang: Put On Your Old Gray Bennett," Mrs. Joy Elliott pinned a corsage of yellow chrysanthemums on the hqulder of Mrs. Beecher*s wedding dress, which she was wearing, ,as he was the, assistant hostess. Mrs. Sophia WeMman presented a pro- ram on:, , "By Gone, Days" which was enjoyed by all. At the close of. he program, delightful refreshments were served by the hostesses. .- • . • . _*_ ' • . . Visit In West Virgin!* Mrs, S. T. Campbell and Mrs. John E. Campbell left this morning to visit their brother, Guy White and family in Williamson In West Virginia. Mr. White's two sons, who Slave »been In the service, have recently returned \o their home. One' was with the Third Army in Italy and France, the other in aviation, In South' America. Mr. Obsej-ve Anniversary and Mrs. M. E. . McKltrick of West Fourth Street will observe their 34th wedding anniversary Sunday. They will attend service at their home church in Jerome. After church they will be guests at a dinner party, given in 'their honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Woerner. . LACK OF RADAR ENTERS PROBE (Continued from page 1) Admiral T. B. Inglis, present chief of naval intelligence, admitted that he had seen ,the order for the first time "this morning about 9:30 o'clock." . His information concerning' It, given yesterday in his narrative account of the attack on Pearl Harbar on Dec. 7, 1941, was obtained, he said, from A "brief prepared by my research staff." •. Ferguson then went after the admiral In a stiff cross-examination. . He had Inglis re-read his testl mpny of yesterday regarding the order to re-route shipping through the Torro Straits between Australia and New Guinea, He then asked why the admonition to provide "necessary escort" had been left out of the navy's summary of the events leading up^ to Pearl Harbor. , ' . "It might have been .somewhat controversial," Inglis replied.. 1It might- lead to controversy because of the word'necessary.'" EVA'S LETfEHS ARE LOCATED gpnctlon. The hiementos of Eva's loV« were strewn over a large desk in Sibert's Frankfurt ofl\c4. (Continued on page 3) gray uniform coat today Indicated how nearly successful was the assassination attempt carried out by turn-coat members of the German general staff In July, 1944. Correspondents given • glimpse' of the sentimental harvest of the fiery Eva's love-life with the strutting corporal who led all Germany to ruin were eyed suspiciously by louvftnir-conscious guards as the newsmen examined the dead girl's treasures. Included were extracts of Eva's letters to Hitler, photo.albums; and a gold watch purportedly given as a pledge of love a few days before he Ill-starred pair committed suicide beneath the Berlin Reichschan- cejlery. . . ,The letters were withheld from publication pending .their transla- .lon by intelligence officers under Brig. Gen. ( Edwin L. Slbert,. who mpervised the correspondents' In- LUMBER UNION STRIFE LOOMS EUGENE, Ore., Nov. 18.-CIO lumber leaders were mapping plans today to raid A. F, of L. ranks and take m*asur*s of their own in reprisal against an A. F. of. L. boy coll. The action was authorized by vote of the ninth yearly convenlldn of the International Woodworkers of America, meeting at Eugene. The convention asked CIO Longshoremen, boom men 1 and inland boatmen to help prevent any CIO- cut logs from reach AFL sawmills and urged "all necessary steps" to take AFL lumber workers Into the CIO ranks. i E»tnbl!«hed 1MB.-'.;- • • HUBER BROS. * CO.. Fnbliibern J. SI. HUBER,'General Manager IRVIN O. HENRY, Editor operation as a fighter pilot. • -44;' . . In Sympony Entered at the MaryaVlUe,-Ohio, Post Office as Second Class Matter. Subscription Rates: By Carrier, nor week. IBc; by mall In Union County, JS:00 per year. : Member of Ohio Select Unt of Dull? New»p«P«*» The Ohio Newspaper Awioclnllon A»»oclnted Ohio Unlllea • Natlop*! Editorial AMOolntlon JOHN W, C01.LEN CO. AdvertUUK- Representative Cleveland Office — 6B9 Hippodrome South Third i %mc 6 -500 National Fidelity Life Bldff., Kansas City, Mo. Eastern Offlce — Q e n e r a 1 Motor Blclg., Detroit. Mich. Center; a student at The College of; 'Wooi'ter, is now playing the flute^ In the Wooster symphony. Orchestra.: Wooster's ' 75 piece symphpriy orchestra is composed largly of college students. It is. supported by -,the Wooster Federation of Music and gives two concerts in the college chapel each year,. the first in Dec-' ember the other In April. •- Home For Week-end '• ' Miss Ann Scott, a senior at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, will spend the week-end at the home Of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs: Hubert Scott on West Sixth Street, CHRIST f OR ALL-ALL POK CHRIST GOD'S GARDEN IS ACCORDING TO PLAN, THAT WHICH INTRUDES IS A WEED AND MUST BE R E J E C T E D f , IN OUR OWN PLANS'TAKE GOD'S UNIVERSAL PLANS INTO ACCOUNT AND CONFORM TO THEM. Matt. 15:13: Every plant which my heavenly father planted not shall be rooted up. Fresh Baltimore oysters. Asman Meat Market. . 28-tf SEND FLOWERS You can "be there" with flowers. As members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association, we can guarantee the safe and speedy delivery of fresh flowers anywhere in the nation. For Thanksgiving, for any occasion or event, nothing expresses sentiment as eloq- quently as flowers. Marysville Floral Company Pbone 4-2101 . In Columbus Mrs. F. W. Galloway of Edgewood spent several days this week at the home of her son-in-law and dauglu ter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Devine in Columbus..Returning home Thursday, she was accompanied by Mrs. Devine and daughter, Lois, who spent the day here. W. B. C. . Ransom Reed Relief Corps, No. 102. will meet at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon in the Armory. E. L, C. Social Meeting Mrs. George Graf "was hostess to the members of the E. L. C. Club at a masquerade party, Wednesday evening at her home on'West Seventh Street. Mrs. Frank Lachenmaier, the president, presided over the short business session, as the evening had been planned as a social one, by Mrs. Alfred Asnian and Mrs. Norwood Daugherty, in charge of entertainment, Games and contests were enjoyed, after which the hostess served refreshments, in keeping with the season, A Christmas .party at the home of - Mrs. Mer.le Stephens is to take the place of the December meeting. Dinner Honors Mjother Mr, and Mrs. Edward .Thompson entertained at dinner Thursday evening at their home on Elwood Avenue, in honor of the birthday I of the letter's mother, Mrs. Anna Taylor, Other members of the family present were: Miss Mabelle Newlove and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thrall, daughter, Miriam, and sous, Richard and Jewe Lee of Columbus. JVL H. M. E, Club The members of the M. H. M. E. Club had an especially enjoyable afternoon, Thursday, when they met at the home of Mrs. Mollie Fitzpatrick, on West Fifth Street. Preceding the program special recognition was paid to Mrs. Lucy Beecher, who with Mr. Beecher Congregational Society The Ladles Aid and Missionary Society of the Congregational Church met Wednesday' afternoon with Mrs. R. W. Titus. Miss Elizabeth Green, the Missionary Society president, presided over the, pro- am, following the' Ladies Aid Justness meeting, over which the president, Mrs. Morey Liggett,- presided. . .'-,". ,..-.' The Thankofferlng program was built around the society's project: •Work In the Philippines." Mrs. Fred C, Callaway had as the subject for her talk: "The Malay State"; Mrs. Earl Giithrey spoke on: "The Philippines," stressing especially the island, Mindanoa. Mrs. L. G. Thrall told of the Hospital Work being done in the Philippines, by the Congregational church. A letter from Mrs. Wlgfleld was read and enjqyed.-The .members, who at each meeting/ include sewing for the "Save the Children Soclety"-ifln- ; ished 30 garments. . At the.'. December meeting they will sew for an Indian Mission. : • Turkey Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Shirk entertained at a turkey'dinner .Thursday evening at 'their .home, on West Third Street. The dinner was in honor of the 24th birthday of their son, Ralph, who recently received his discharge from .the army after serving 33 months overseas. Covers were placed for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shirk, son Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Parker, Miss Lucille Parker, Lou Turner, and the hosts. A YANK TROOPS INHQITSPQT GIRr, MISSING cotwnr ftfi»o«t Sales of prepaid tat receipts in Union County for the week ended Oct. 27 amounted to $1,607.S0, a gain of $100.69 for the similar week last year when. $1,957.90 was Collected, a report from the office of Don If. Kbrlght, treasurer of state showed. Collections to date were $67,055.22; last year, $64,656.59. Save your tires and gasoline-buy In Marysville. Ohio has 32 dairy .herd mprove* ment niwbclfltlons and 38 dairy'" service tinifc which are' te«Wri| th»' milk nnd butter production o COWS. 10 EASE MISERY OF CHILD'S COLD RUBOH WICKS 'WVAWfRUB WOOSTER, O^, i«qv. '5.—Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Kutz of Wooster appealed today, to authorities to help locate their 15-year-old daughter, Rose Marie, who has been missing since November'1, . . SPECIAL SUNDAY PINNER Roast Turkey and Dressing Fried Chicken Roast Beef Roast Pork Also Full Line of Groceries • • .- '. ' * •'• . '.. '•'•"" ••. - '•' Mae Hoffman Phone 16-451 Raymond, 0. (Continued from page I) munlst force's have launched new assaults on • communications anc other targets. At the same -time, the Commun-i lot New China Dally News charged ! that 100 tanks manned by American troops were moving, on. Shan- halkwan, great wall'] gateway to Manchuria stubbornly defended 'by Yenan ,.- government forces ; against Chiang's troops. ' .' •; Declaring the America 1 ri 'troops had been dispatched "for a show*down battle, the newspaper added that two American .vessels loaded with ammunition, tanks, troops anc} artillery had docked recently at Taku, near the, American base of Tientsin in Hopeh province. • , . Communist .sources charged also that an additional 13,000 trucks T666 AirferlcalT tanksThad'Sfrivea in Cliina. and that American planes had strafed areas of southern Shani- tung province held by .the. Yenan forces. .. ..•.•'.-,!•• USE GOLD PREPARATION^ LIQUID, TABLE-rS, SALVE, NOSE DHOPa XJ8E ONLY AS PIRECTED birthday cake with 24«candles, centered the table. "85th Birthday Mr.' and Mrs. Orson Smith of Darby Township entertained with a turkey dinner in honor of the. latter's 85th birthday "anniversary. The family gathering included Mr. arid Mrs. Homer Smith of Sahdusky; Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith of Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Truxell and son, Charles, and flancee, of Norwalk; .and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Barnhart of Oak Harbor, Ohio. Besides a bountiful repast to celebrate and remember the occasion, Mr. Smith received flowers, books, candy, cakes and numerous cards. To Attend Concert Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Gebhardt and sons, Hans and Fritz, Miss Irene Hegenderfer, Miss Betty Geer and Miss Mary ppphile will be in Delaware this .evening' and attend a piano concert of Leon Flelsher in Gray Chapel at Ohio Wesleyan University. —S--, Meeting Poetponed « Because of hunting season the monthly class meeting of the King's Messengers, Raymond Methodist church, has been postponed until Frjday evening, Nov. 23. Members are asked to come dressed as litle girls, and prizes will be given for the best dressed person. Each one is to bring a sack with a sandwich and cookie for part of the refreshments. The meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ruth^Jolliff. Grid Banquet The annual banquet for the football team of the MarysvUle high school will be held tonight in the high school recreation room at 6:30 o'clock. The banquet is being held under the auspices of the high school athletic association. Those present will include the players, cheer leaders and band members Vision Counts—With Work To Be Done Do the most at your job—with least eye exertion, by having yours scientifically examined, prescribed tor and fitted here, by a Local Optometrist. D. R. GRIFFITH OPTOMETRIST 109 West Fifth St. Phone 4-5341 Changed with the sea sons... for best perfomntro every seaswr SEASONIZEDFOR WINTER Now, every gallon of famous Marathon Gasoline is refinery-balanced, scientifically adjusted for Winter driving temperatures. Look for the season at the nozzle. It's your assurance of.... * FASTEST HURRY-UP STARTING * SW1FTIST, SMOOTHEST ACCiURATION * MOST RUGGED, RESPONSIVE POWER * MOST MILES PER GAUON You «on'f ehanfl* »h» **fuon.... but you con drlv« up for »fc« gasoline thal't MOMnficd, ttiangid 4 ffm«* « th» y«ar;'round. O»» o tankful^ fodoy. COMPANY, Producer* of Petrol BLOND IE By Chic Young NOW, COUUP I PLEAS6 HI HAVE NEXT WEEKS ALLOWANCE ADVANCE? THE FUNISHMENT IS VERV FAIR. 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