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November 21, 1945

The Marysville Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 6

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, November 21,1945 LEAGUE GIVEN GRID TROPHY MARY6VILLE HIGH GETS LEAGUE TROPHY AND CREDIT ON WMRN AWARD Athletic Director G. L. klngsmore . of the Marysviile schools was present at a meeting of representatives of the four high schools of the Mid- State Athletic League held at Hard- .ing Hotel, Marion, last night. . At the meeting, Robert Mason of Radio Station WMRN of Marion offered a $100 football trophy to the league, with a team winning the football championship three times In succession getting permanent possession. The league accepted.the offer and Mr. Kingsmore and Rev. "Fr. Spickerman, pastor of St.. Mqry Church in. Marion, were designated to choose the trophy to be purchased. This, trophy will be the regular one to be offered at the end of each season In the future. Th4 four schools In the league are Richwoorf, Mt. Qllead Marlon St Mfify and Mirysvllle. Mr. Kingsmore inidl today that an attempt wAs being madd to 'add a .fifth team to play In league gamed next season. MarysvHle won the football championship this year and Mr. Kings* more brought back with him the trophy offered by the'league fit the start ol! the Reason. MarysvHle will also be credited with this year's title on the WMRN trophy. 1 Unmarried Soldiers There are no war widows' of the Nayar soldliri of India because these men are not allowed to marry. Nayar women are rltually married io any man who happens to be'home on leave. Dangerous Compounds Although < chemicals such . as glycerin, nitric acid, sulphur, and potassium chlorate are relatively harmless by themselves, combinations of Some of these chemldals are particularly dangerous and can result In an explosion which may cause loss of eyesight, serious burns or even loss of life. Thanksgiving Spedal! BOTTLE BEER io.,.. BOTTLES $1.00 One Week Only Companion Special: 20% California PORT WINE ,00 Fifth RAINBOW BAR AND GRILL 106 North Main St. Closed Thanksgiving Day EVIDENCE IN WAR CRIMES (Continued from page 1) 'bahdUs<'; thofe whom the photographs shows being driven out are almost entirely' women, and little children." . Throughout • his lengthy speech, Jackson, quoted from official Nazi reports, indicating such documented evidence will play a vital part In the prosecution's fight to obtain convictions. At another point, Jackson said: "We will not ask you to convict these men on the testimony of their foes. There is no count In the Indictment that cannot be proved by books and .records. "The Germans were always me- .ticulous record keepers, and .these defendants had their share of the, Teutonic passion for thoroughness in putting things on paper. "Nor were they without vanity. They arranged frequently to be photographed In action. We will show you their own films. You will sec their own conduct and hear their own' voices as these "defendants re-cnnct for you, from the screen, some of the events In the course of. the conspiracy." Christianity Policy Jackson quoted from a secret decree issued by Martin Bormann in 1941 on the relationship of Christianity and National Socialism..The decree provided, In part: . "All Influences which might Im- f/air or damage the leadership of the people exercised by the Fuehrer with the help of the NSJDAP must be eliminated. More and, more people must be separated from the churches and their organs, the pastors '...."'•' The jurist quoted numerous reports'- from SS men which related proudly how many civilians were executed In various towns while the German army was driving ahead to victory. "We of the western world hear of the gas wagons In which Jewa and political opponents were asphyxiated," Jackson said. "We could not believe it. But hera, we have the report of May 16, 1942, from the German SS officer, Becker, to his supervisor. ..".-., Jackson then read Beckers statement on how he employed the gas wpgons against, frantic civilians,; MARK THIS THANKSGIVING DAY ABLOOM if ever has • tingle year brought ui tuch cause for thankfulness, The more wo learn of tho crimes committed by brut* fab. eaemles, the more profound Is but gratitude for the divine guidance that brought out arms victory ... the deeper our appreciation of the fighting forces who protected out homeland from being made a desolate wilderness of starvation, disease and death. those whose loved ones gave their lives to protect us, we can only offer humbly, in the words of Lincoln, "the consolation that may be found ia (he thanks of the republic they died to save" and the fervent pray« "that out Heavenly Fathet may assuage the anguish of your bereavement and leave only the cherished memory of the loved and lost, and the solemn pride that must be yours to ' have laid so costly a sacrifice on the altar of freedom. 1 * us resolve, this Thanksgiving Day, as we rejoice In the return of so many ol our fighting men and women, to express our lasting gratitude k. deeds. Let us, as a nation and u Individuals, pray fqt wisdom and courage to work together ia solving the problems now facing a peace-hungry world. f HI DAYTON POWI9 AND LIGHT COMPANY " 113 South Main St. Marysville, Ohio Th< old story about the biscuits that wet* heavy tie-A_.6 the cook miiXeoK "bit* powder", for" baking powder la nof so rldleulcu- (is It founds.' Many rferiou. accidents have resulted from carelessness with insecticides used in the home nnd garden. ., • tnefflcltnt Land . More tnd'n 43,000,000 acres now under cultivation in the United States should bd retired to grass 'or trees because they are too ' steep, too eroded,.too wet, too stony or otherwise unsuited /or efficient, economic use In the production' of cultivated crops. JEROME Mdltle Gary, Cor. CHRISTMAS PHOTOS There's no greater gift than a picture for Christmas. Have yours taken at Violet-Ray , Studio 109 East Fifth St. • Marysvllle, Ohio Come early while there's still plenty of time to finish you'r Christmas Photos. Miss Martha Seeley spent the week-end with Miss Ann Sprowls In Newark. Obie Bailey is still in a serious condition having had .pneumonia. Mrs. Frances Seely and Martha attended the football game at Columbus, Saturday. Mr. .and Mrs. Lee Schackerbauer arid family were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norris and family, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Arnold of Marysviile and Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Dewitt spent the week-end with Mr. arid Mrs. • Amos Dewitt and family in Lewisville, Ohio. Mrs. Flora Norris and Richard were Sunday dinner guests of -Mr. and Mrs. Emory Seeley and family. Mr. and Mrs.. Herman Austin and son.of Huntington, W. Va,, and Mr. and Mrs. Ase Gary enjoyed a turkey dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Stewart in Columbus, Sunday. '. ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norris and family spent Saturday evening in ; Plain City. | The P.-T. A. met at the school house last Thursday evening. - The W. S. C. S. will meet at the ; home of Mrs. Bernice Norris, Wcd- ! nesday, Nov. 28, In the afternoon. Read -the want-ads care'iully 1 . CLOSED THANKSGIVING As we will be closed Thursday 'and Friday, we will have bur • THANKSGIVING DINNER Sunday Evening, Nov. 25 MENU Fruit Cocktail • • Roast Turkey Pressing Baked Apples - , Candied Sweet Potatoes Spring Carrots Cranberry $alad Hot Rolls Spread • K. Relishes 'goffee B Hot Mince Pie and Pumpkin Pie ':' $1.50 ——:-•->• . . . Phone reservation* to 4-3021 not later than Saturday evening Rookie's (Corners S2.98toS5.45 Boyj'wfll be boyj.,,< v which means hard wear on shoes. That is why we suggest RED GOOSE shoes. More than handsome ... they arc durably built for active wear and comfort.' SIMON'S We have taken three cents per pound off all our hog products: Loin and ham, 17c per pound; side, 15c; shoulder, 16c; pudding, lOc; lard, 15c; pig's, feet, 5c each. Call on C. O. Herd & Son for fine country butter as we have a nice line. You can obtain nice apples at Herd's grocery for Thanksgiving at the old price of $1 per bushel, If the order Is given .soon. C. O. Herd & Son.— (Adv). '•'•••' Free mail delivery was in operation a year the 15th of November In MarysvHle and we simply couldn't do without it In conformity to the rules.of the civil service the mail carriers are expecting to have their annual salaries Increased from $600 to $800 on January 1st. ' 20 YEARS AGO The Tibune employees are now on a diet in preparation, for the annual 'coon supper. Thus far hunters' licenses have been issued 1 to five women in MarysvHle: Mrs. L. B. Pooler, Mrs. J. .R. Liggett, Mrs. Ed Neibler, Mrs. Earle Hammerle and Miss Helen J. White. ) . . • :Local merchants will have Christmas trees before their places of business for three Weeks. 10 YE,ARS AGO Federal Judge Benson W. Hough of .Columbus, a personal friend of many Marysviile citizens, and one of Ohio's most distinguished sol- dirs and jurists, died in Columbus 'yesterday. . Donnle Shirk, 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Shirk of Peprla won first place in the amateur contest at Palace Theater in Marlon. A young red fox, the first reported killed in Union county this season, went down under a blast of blrdshot fired from the guns of John McAuliffe and Charles Smith this afternoon on the farm, of Verne Howard, near Milford Center, They were hunting rabbits and pheasants at the time. Business wappaper. ooodaell'a. ALL MAKES, sewing machines and vacuum cleaners repaired. We buy singer dropheads and electrics. Contact Wilkins Store. Representative In town every Thursday, Singer Sewing Machine Co. 10 E. State, AD 1018, Columbui FOR SALE—Girl's blue snow suit, re£ Chesterfield, and n, number of dresses; nil size 12. 751% West Fifth St. WE REPAIR alt maker* or washers. Farmers' Supply Store, East Fifth St, Marysyllln. Phone 4-0691. FOR SALE— Manure spreader and B foot tandem disc—in good condition and reasonably priced. C. A. Weaver, 2 miles north of New Dover. . ' AGRICULTURAL lime, crushed stone, sand gravel. Phone 4-4041. Clarence Nlcol, 428 Collins Ave. FOR DRY CLEANING, try the Kazan Agency, 219 S.'Court St. PYRO-MOTH protects garments, rugs and upholstery against moth damage and flame for 5 years with no odor and no stain, is not affected. by dry cleaning, goes twice as far. One gallon makes two gallons of spray. McAuliffe Bros. Lost, Found. Strayed 2 LOST—Bunch of keys In leather . folder. Reward. Return to Tribune. LOST—Billfold with zipper containing Scout merit cards. Keep '• money. Jim Carson, Eelle Center, Ohio. LOST—Blue tick 'coon hound between Marysviile and Wotkins. R. G. Elseman, Phone 10F5, Plain ' City. FOR SALE—All wool black coat, with brown' fur collar, princess style, size 14. .322 W. Ninth St., Phone 4-3373. FOR SALE-Manlfpld heater and radiator for 60 h.p. Ford. Phono Milford Center 9-3413. FOR SALE—Rabbits. Lcona Wallace, phone 4-8558. . Furnished Rooms 19 FOR'RENT—Furnished room. 130 N. Walnut St. For Sale or Trade* 23 FOR SALE—Good 5 room bungalow. Write Box.82,,'C/o Tribune. Business Opportunities 24 ACT NOW—To secure the county's most profitable small business, 'One man can operate. Box 45, c/o Tribune.' .- • • Special Notices 41 HOW ABOUT YOUR SUBSCRIPTION to the Evening Tribune? Look at the label. If due, a payment will be appreciated at this time. Marysviile Tribune. FARM LOANS-7-Llberal repayment terms. Reasonable interest, rates. Come in, , get complete details. Union County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Marysviile. Wanted: Miscellaneous 5 WANTED—Clear, washed cottonj rags. Maryaville Tribune. WANTED TO BUY—Small farm or vacant land. Prefer south or east ' of Marysviile. Pay cash. Write C, M. Cooper, P. O. Box 473, Columbus. ' WANTED—To rent or let.-a small building or service station suitable for new car' agency. Write .Box 69, c/o Tribune. • . Butter Substitute* Adding salt, and sugar to oleo or other butter substitutes makes It more palatoblc. TROESCH'S GARAGE Bring in your car for - motor tune-up. 403 Ev-Sixth St. Marysviile, O. Phone 4-3112 NOTICE—We must .have a small house or apartment by Jan. 1 or sooner. Two adults. Mrs, Frank L. Wpodworth, 202 S. Main St., City. Female Help Wanted 10 FEMALE HELP wanted. Apply Jiffy Join.^Inc». ~Union Hall,.Phone 4-3421. WANTED—Reliable woman with references for housekeeping. Sec !• or call Mrs. Wm. Faulkner. WANTED —Second hand metal roofing to put on barn, right away. Merle Fadely, Milford Ctr. WANTED—Table model radio for . house trailer. Call 4-5557. Male Help Wanted 11 WANTED—Foundry trainees for second shift. Five cents an hour premium for night work. H. B. Salter Mfg. Co. NO HUNTING The undersigned absolutely forbid hunting, day or night, on land owned ,or controlled by them. Violation of this order will bring prosecution as provided by law. Walter Elliott Julius Kezerta Mrs. Ada R. Elliott Longbrake & -Foster Mrs. Marguerite Rellley Edwin Elllnger C. J. and "Minnie L. Gordon L. C. Reed Frank M. Rupprecht PUBLIC SALES RUSSELL MJLLEB & SON Tuesday, Nov. 27, at their farm, 4 miles north of West Mansfield, 1 mile west of Horton, on Horton Pike: 28 call., 89 hogs, 29 sheep, 2 horses]' 250 chicltehs,* farm 'machih^ ery, 8 hog houses, brooder house, hog feeders, grain, household goods. Terms: cash. McCulloch & Son and Downing, auctioneers. Salesmen and Agents 12 BE INDEPENDENT. Sell Rawleigh products. Good nearby route open in southern Union County, eight townships, 1787 families, where products sold 25 "years. Write today. Rawlelgh's, Dept. OHK-309-D, Freeport, 111. Good Things to fcat 15 L, I. T. F. S.— Lard U tops for shortening. Asman'a Pure Old Fashioned Lard ii best. Ask your grocer for It Poultry, Livestock 17 FOR SALE—English shepherd pups, priced to sell immediately. An ideal Christmas gift. Clarence L. Rausch, phone 4-5568. FOR SALE—Team of young draft horses, sound, weight 3200 Ibs., .well trained; a number of cows and heifers; corn shredder. Eldon W. Rea, Marysviile. Miscellaneous for Sale 18 112 rats killed with can 'Star 1 . Harmless to animals. Farm Bureau. WE HAVE In stock a complete line of galvanized metal culverts. Gray Hay Co. DEAD STOCK ; BEHOVED Call 4-4031 Maryivilie BELT BBOS. AN OPPORTUNITY as a Field -Su,- ; pervisor for one of the natioi/s larger companies catering principally, to farmers' needs, I pm entrusted with placing a valuable contract which should mean complete independence for a man for-, tunate enough to have the following qualifications: Must have, In addition to a character record that . will withstand investigation, the proven ability to efficiently man- age'both himself and his own business. Financial status or age are not extremely important, but an automobile is 'indispensable. Telephone for an appoi'ntmont .between the hours of 4 P.M. arid 8 P. M., Friday, November "23. Mr. JVC. Madden, Oakland Hotel, Marysviile, Ohio. EX-SERVICE MEN ONLY —Been honorably discharged? Health ,o. k.? Want to make more than on average living? Own an automobile? If you can answer "yes" to each of these questions send your name, .address, telephone number and age to .Box 56, in care of this paper, today! You will be granted an Interview within'the next twenty-four hours. TFOTi DEAD STOCK Reverse telephone charges Small animals removed promptly Union County Fertilizer Phone 4-8911 Marysvlllo, O. E. G. Buchsleb, Inc: REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Arthur and Etta Potts to Gary and Ermil Williams, .16.93 acres In Taylor township, by deed, $1. .. By certificate of transfer from Jeremiah Poling to George Poling and others, 195.15 ucres in Allen township. Olive Lawrence to William C. Jacobs, small . tract In Clniboriw township, by deed, $1.' DITCH PETITION County Engineer Claude Skid-, inore presented n petition to tho county ^commissioners at tho regular meeting on Monday for the construction ond repair of tho Morris Extension ditch in Lccsburg Township. Biggest Pack of Peas Illinois and neighboring states produced the biggest pack of green peas on record in 1945 with 462,780 tons, which exceeds the previous high record of 423,910 tons produced in 1942 by about 9 per cent. The average for the 10-year period 193443 was 287.270 tons. gFARMS ;FOR-SALE Throughout West-Central Ohio DALE OVERLY 837 W. Fourth St. Phone 4-6401

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