Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio on November 7, 1941 · Page 5
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Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 5

Marysville, Ohio
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Friday, November 7, 1941
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Friday KovemW 1 , f MD OHIO LIBRARY AT RAYMOND IISTCD IN DIRECTO»t The Raymond Public Library li listed In the 1941 directory of Ohio libraries just received by Mrs. Jennie Poling, librarian at Raymond. Ohio libraries circulated 41,000,000 books last year, an increase of 700,000 over 1940, the report states. the library at Raymond has pur- chased 68 juvenile and adult book* since last May and 30 more book* were donated Recently a gift of a set of itx volumet on Ohio history was presented the library by the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society. Hundreds of people are saving money by reading today's grocery specials. PUBLIC SALE 1 As I have rented my farm, I will sell at public auction at my residence, known a* the Hoover farm, four mllea w«»t of Marysville, one- half, mile north of State Route 33, on Monday, Nov. 1O At 12 o'clock noon, the following: —-'. 7 Horses—7 Four-year-old sorrel mare, white mane and. tall, w«lght 1700 Ibs.: 8-year-old roan mare, weight IflOQ Ibs.; 5-year-old roan mare, weight 1600 Ibs.; 4-yenr-old bay gelding, weight 160fr Iba., yearling sorrel filly colt; yearling sorrel horse colt; aged gray gelding, good worker. A good bunch of horses and should be seen to be appreciated, 8 Cows—8 Big red 7-year-old cow with calf at side; 8-year-old Jersey cow with calf at side; big 7-year-old Guernsey cow with calf, at side; big red 7-year-old cow, giving 4 gallons of milk per day; 4-year-old white face cow giving 3 gallons of milk per day; 7-year-old black cow giving good flow of milk; Guernsey first-calf heifer, fresh in February; good yearling Shorthorn bull. . 1 5 Hogs—5 Five good brood sows, to farrow in three weeks. 23 Sheep—23 Twenty-three feeding lambs, weight 70 Ibs. Implements John Deere cultivator, Galo com planter, wagon and rack, alfalfa hay rake, drag harrow, and other article* too numerous to mention. Terms: Cuh. Lunch on Ground* George Hoover Simpson £ Son. Auctioneer*, BIOFF FACES PRISON TERM (Continued from page 1) the American Federation of Labor. Bloff, former pa'nderer in Chicago, is West Coast representative of the IATSE. They were brought to trial Oct. B for extorting; according to the in- dictrrvents, $550,000 from Loew's Inc.: Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc.: Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century-Fox. But Bioff, the only defendant to testify, admitted 'collecting "over n million dollars,", and collateral issues, not mentioned in the indict mcnt but Introduced to show that Browne was involved with Bloff, accounted for $ 200,000 more. Federal officials said it was the biggest shakedown on record. Quickly rejecting defense motions for dismissing the verdict, Judge Knox told the jury: "If those racketeers, these Chicago hoodlums, can get to a place where they can cast their shadows over the lives of 125,000 American workers (the membership of the IATSE) and their families, It constitutes, In my mind, gentlemen, a national scandal. I'm quite certain your verdict will let fresh air Into a lot of homes in this country. Certainly that is something that is eminently desirable. "Now, I'don't believe that there is a firmer believer in labor unions than myself, But all labor will doubtless be glad to have the unions purged of such Individuals as these. If union labor Is to endure, it must rid itself of men who stand ready to sell out labor when it suits their purposes." ' BISHOP LEADER? STUDENTS WILL DANCE TONIGHT I CAPTAIN WALT OBZRER , Oblo A homecoming party will be hefd by MnrysvilU? high ffchool students Ir» tho recreation roomSof the school 1 tomorrow night. The party is • planned to take the place of the usual homecoming dance which was not hold due to the Hallowe'en party held on the street hero. ; Dancing and games will provide j amusement for the party which will I last, from 7:30 to 11 o'clock. The af- '• fair sponsored by the Student Council and is for students from the 9th to 12th grades. J D D RS EY'S IRIFT^E';MRRKET 129 N .MAIN Fresh Veg*tablet Groceries aad Meats WIBLEY AND MILLS ARE GIVEN DISCHARGES PUBLIC SALE As the undersigned Isleavlngthc^f arm, hc^will hold TI closing out sale at his residence, 15 miles west of Marysvitle, one mile east of East Liberty, one mile north of Middleburg on U. S. Route 33, on Thursday, November 13 Sale to begin at 12 o'clock, of the following property: 5 Horses — 5 Consisting of a pair of sorrel colts, coming 3 years old, well mated; sorrel fllly, coming 2' years old; pair of sorrel colts, 6 months old. 17 Cattle— 17 -'•Consisting of Holstein cow, 5 years old. wHh calf at side; Hplstein cow, 5 years old, with calf at side; Holstein and Jersey cow, .7 years old, with calf at side; Holsleln and Jersey heifer with' first calf nt side; Holstein heifer with first calf at side; Jersey cow with fourth calf, due to freshen by day of sale; Holstein cow, coming with third calf, due to freshen by December 1; Holstein cow with third cali, due to freshen. by December 10; Guernsey and Shorthorn cow, 7 years old, due to freshen December 28; Guernsey and Shorthorn cow, coming with second calf, due to freshen December 3; four Holstein heifers, close-up springers; two Holstein heifers and one Guernsey heifer. These are all large cows, some of them giving 60 Ibs. of milk now. 75 Sheep — 75 Thirty-two head of Shrop and Dorset ewes, 1 to 5 years old; oiic 4-year-pld Delaine buck; forty-two head of good lambs, weighing <i" to 80 Ibs. 40 Hogs— 40 One registered Spotted Poland China sow; one Berkshire sow to farrow by day of sale; red sow; Berkshire male hog; fourteen houd of fat hogs, weighing from 160 to 225 Ibs.; seventeen head of shoals, weighing from BO to 100 Ibs.; five head of pigs, just weaned. Implements One rubber. tired wagon with 16-foot rack and Brain bed; two-row corn plow, single row corn plow, side delivery rake, 14-inch walking plow, six-roll corn shredder, John Decrc sulky plow, set of work harness, collars, and some Junk. Hay and Grain Eight tons of mixed hay in mow, from 500 to 600 bushels of corn in crib, husked by hand; other articles too numerous to mention. • SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS BYHALIA Mrs. Elmer B'erry, Cor. John C. Wibley and Holland M. Mills were the second and third members of Company E, Iflflth Inf., to receive discharges due to being over 28 years of ago. Mr. Wibley arrived here yesterday while Mr. Mills loft Camp Shelby for Florida. Both left with the company in October, 1940. Petroleum Petroleum has been broken Into 65 constituents. Judge John M. Brodrlck, running, on the Independent ticket, defeated ! Juo'ge Dow of Bcllefnntalne for the j ; two-county common pleas Judge-; phip by. a majority of more than' '1900 vote*. .' : When" it became apparent tha' Judge Brodrick had won the elcc- '• linn, the Citizen's Band was callnd out about ]1 o'clock Inst night and serenaded the winner. Judge Brodrick made a short talk and then ! was placed in a carriage to head a 'parade. This was one of the hardest ; fought political campaigns staged in. I the two counties in many years. ' ' ' ______ ! . The Republicans carried the entire state ticket at yesterday's, clcc- i lion. FENDER BODY SPITLER MOTOR SALES Phone: Cmaal 4339 , Ohi« Terms of Hale: Cash Lunch ou tbc Grounds H. E. ACKLEY & Son and Tee la, Auctioneer*. Bob IMrkson, Clerk PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will sell at public auction at the Phillips farm in Lcesburg Township, one and oije-half miles northwest of Pharisburg on the Vunsant Pike, also known as the Kinney Pike, on Friday, November 14 Sale to begin at one o'clock, the following property: 11 Head of Sheep —11 . 1 Young Guernsey Cow—1 Farm Equipment Good steel tire wagon with flut top rack and sideboards, tried with box 1 7-foot cultipacker, McCormick-Deemig, used 3 years; McCormick- Deering lime spreader, 12-lid Ilium, hog feeder, 2-lid Tliuma hog feeder, 8-iiieh burr feed grinder, McCorniick-Deering corn shelter with attached motor, Hocking VfaHey tund cum shelltr. Hocking Valley power sheik-r, two sheep feeders with tight bottoms. 8-foot cattle feud trough 12-foot cuttle le*d trough. ste*l wheelbarrow, fortje, wagon scale's platform scales, windmill lower, steel biooder house.- electric brooder several chicken feed troughs, hog watercr, heated hog wuttrer, twc steel water tanks, Uuec steel hog trough*, bt-l dump boards, cuiicrelt mixer, three-way pump and cylinder, four pipe end posts und six pipi br-ces, two slat corn cribs, several drums und lids fur feed, several giil Vitnuud squ-re feed cans' with covers, calf crute, bench vUe, tool cup board, lot of lumber, 'i'i pieces. 1x6 grooved barn siding: two 'M-limi lengths new 1',,-inch galvanized, pipe, lot 1x0 rough fmi.o boards, log th_iiu>. Bhuvtls, und nuaiy urtlules not mentioned. 500 liu. Corn in Crib ieruu, uf 641: t'»i*U THOS. D. PHILLIPS a i 'nun, Auctioueti*. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Coolcy had as guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Holloway and sons of Lunda. Jake Landes of York, and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cooley and son. Rev. and Mrs. Russell Myers Mrs. Ethel Coons, Ethel Eastman Mrs. Herbert Coons'and daughter Mrs.-Elsie Ftllingcr; Mrs. Myrtle Hamilton, Mrs. Florence Ruhl, Mrs Hazel Miller arid Mrs., Delphia Dy scrt spent Thursday at. the Friends Rescue Homo at Worthlngton. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Herbert and son and. Fern Bcnnet of Columbus, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hamilton. Rose Berry spent the week-end with her grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Mayer near Meeker. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Berry and family and Mrs. Clara Berry and daughter, Ruth, spent Sunday with Mrs. Ethel Mayer nnd family, near Meeker. ' Elizabeth Wiley of Columbus, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wiley. Mr. and Mrs, Ruebon Peters spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Daisy Haines at Richwood. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wtley and daughter, Elizabeth, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and family, of near Raymond. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Cline of New York, spent from Tuesday morning until Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Gail Spain. Mrs. Edna Wright entertained with a birthday dinner Sunday honoring Putty Shurwood on her fifth birthday. Guests were Mrs. Snrah-Shcrwoixt-atid--Mi 1 .-8tid-MF9. Carl Sherwood and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Wright. Thanks, Voters Leading Ohio Wesleyan's Battling Bishops against Ohio University j at Delaware on Saturday will bo Walt Oberer, captain and senior: tackle pictured above. - ! Ohio Weslcyan will be celebrating its Centennial Homecoming »s the Red and Black wearers try for thoir sixth win in seven starts, having suffered their first defeat of the season against Akron last week. Coach George E. Gauthler's charges have rolled up an Impressive record so far this season as they defeated their first five opponents. The Bishops tallied 132 points against 55 for the opposition and registered 85 first downs while their opponents were collecting 51, Puppet Theatre Project Started The fifth and sixth grades of the Weet Building have formed the Pupctccrs' Club under the direclicm of C. K. Gustely, teacher, and the sixth grade boys have constructed a puppet thrcalre and curtains have been made. Puppets and scenery will also be made by the pupils. Officers of the club were elected , as follows: Director, Peggy Sawyer; vice director, Jerry Kingsmore, Jr.; | secretary, Barbara Asman; trcas- , urer, Helen Braun; scenery commit- I teen, Jimmy Beck, Martha Wilson, j Margaret Rcamcs; scrgoant-at-arms, i Richard White, j CLERICUS says: "So long a j there is no keen sense* of sin, or as ! long as one makes light of his sins j or excuses them, a person can nol ! expect God's pardon nnd can nol ' know the regenerating power o] I the Holy, Spirit." I wish to thank the voters for their support of my candidacy for city treasurer and 1 assure them I will do everything in my power to fulfill the duties of tho office. Dr. D. R. Griffith. PUBLIC SALE of Household Goods Tho undersigned will sell at public auction at her residence, 240 W. Third St., on —Saturday, Nov. 8 Beginning at 1:30 P. M. Household goods 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 call Canal 4864. Simpson & Son, AuvU. NOTICE TURKEY DINNER SUNDAY WILCOX'S RESTAURANT Biggest little place in town j 20 YEARS AGO ! 1 Miss Lucile Wickersham of Cin-; cinnati, who has been head trimmer at Foley's millinery store, returned to that city today, .the millinery season having closed. Paul Mills went to Cleveland ycs- rterday to work in one of the large restaurants operated by his brother, J. O. Mills. " For Quality SM Toor Chevrolet Dealer SPITLER MOTOR SALES Maryivllle, Ohio Mrs. M. A. Robinson left Monday for her home in Washington D. C., after visiting with Mrs. A. B. Rob-, inson in this city for three waeks. 1 20 YEARS AGO '•_ The MarysyjUe_Refprmatory for Women will benefit by the sum of $32,000 by action of the state board of control in ^turning $200,000 over , to state welfare institutions. Probate Judge W. H. Huston notified Supt. F. G.' Bittikofcr that the schools wuuld open Monday after being closed for two weeks and thnt they would be conducted under the supervision of the probate court. SHORT TERM LOANS TO FARMERS On the most favorable terms ever offered Interest Rate 4H% Available for general farm uses, Livestock Feeding and Produc- tlon purpose*.; W. C. SHAW 122 B. Main St. Canal 4719 , O. NO PRICE INCREASE| A subscription solicitor for an-1 other rcwspapcr is reported to be ! telling Union County people that The Tribune is planning to raise its (Subscription price. This is absolutely false as there is no present intention of increasing the subscription rate of The Tribune. Take it from an Old Timer Some folb pay rent enough to buy a home, but smart folks use their rent money to achieve debt- free hojpe ownership under the savings and loan plan L£T US HELP YOU OWN A HOME Why not own your own home with the rent situation as it is? No more moving, no. more rent receipts, no more landlords. Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association 120 West 5th Street Canal 4363 ROHR'S 4th The Greatest Furniture Values Ever Offered! VISIT Our Store . . See The Bargains . . Buy and Savel Union County's Largest Store Rohr Furniture Co. Blondie By Chic Young I QUICK. POP/ ' THE OTHEf? PUPS IM TWg KITCMEN ; ELMEP? WAS A BAP AGAIM-IT'SUP ; TO YOU TO PLNISW MM / ii-r W'i; ixrv VOUN^>-*».

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