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Tuesday, November 11, THE EVENING TRIBUNE, MARYSVILLE, OHIO AVALON Three Big Days STARTING TOMORROW Also: Cartoon, News Events Prices for "Sergeant York"— Adults 56c, Children 15c, tax included. Shows—7:00, 9:15 Tonight Only Plus: Comedy, Novelty, Cartoon Shows—7, 9:10 Phone Society New* to Canal 4885 or Canal 41743 I ' . 8andn«=hy Visitors Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt of ' Sandusky spent Sunday and Mon- 'day at the home of Mrs. Dora Schalip and Mr. and Mrs; Harry Schalip. On Mondny evening Mrs. . Schalip entertained a few guests in honor : of Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt. Those 'present were Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Nicol, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rup' precht and Mr. and Mrs. Harry | Schalip. j Spanish war Veterans Auxiliary. The Spanish War Veterans Aux- i iliary will meet at tho home of Mrs. I James Bock on tho Marion road, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. During the meeting inspection will bo held with Mrs. Lilly Lloyd, de- jpartment president of the Auxiliary of Cleveland, the inspecting officer. Attend Meeting Dr. C. E. .Brooks and Dr. H. J. Nicol attended the Ohio State Dental meeting at Columbus today. Returned Home, Mrs. John Weldman has returned home after a week's visit with relatives nt Columbus. Gudc Tyme "Bridge Club The Gude Tymc Bridge Club will i bo entertained nt the home of Mrs. George Moss this evening. To relieve Misery of 666 COLDS Liquid Tableta Salve Nose Drop* , Cough Drops Vkited Brother Miss Nellie McCurdy spent today !at the home of her brother and i family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank- Mc- I Curdy at Raymond. I ' _i~_ Dinner Guests Mr L and Mrs. William J. Schcid- erer were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scheiderer. Try "Rub-My-Tism"-a . Liniment EVENING TRIBUNE KltablUhcd 1S08 HUBliH DUO* * OTTK .Publlobera J. M. IIUBKO. General Maangcr IHVIN C. HBNRY, lildltvr At Knoxville Mrs. Frank Holtzmuller and Wonderful daughter Ann and Miss Mildred j Wolff left Saturday for a few day's ! visit with tho former's brother, Private George Fugate at Knoxville Tennessee. • Member at ' Ohio Select I.Ut at. Dully Newnpu»«ra The Ohio N«w»i>«per AnnoclaUoB Associated Ohio Ualllea National Editorial AoocUfUm JOHN W. CULI.KN CO. Advertialnic HrpreaentatlT* Cleveland Ofllce—561) Hippodrome Annex, Cleveland, O. Columbus Office—40 South Thlrtl Bt., Columbut, O, K»n*u City Office—500 National Fidelity Life Bldgc.. Kammo City, Mo. Eatlern Ofllce—630 Fifth Ave., I New York City. Western Ortlce—230 North Michigan Ave., Chicago. Detroit Office—General Motor* Bid*., Detroit, Mloh. Entered at the Maryiville, Ohio, Auxiliary Tiie .American- Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs, Phyllis Baldwin, Thursday evening 7:30. Mrs. Jean Sawyer and her committee will havu charge of the program and refreshments. ' Attends Meeting John Schmidt of Sandusky ami Dr. H. J. Nicol attended a finance board meeting of the Ohio district of the American Lutheran Church Monday. per week, lOo; M.»0 p« by mall y»*r. In . D. A. H. Meeting Tho Daughters of the America: Revolution met yesterday afternoor at the home of Mrs: Richard F UuioD! Turner, with the guest of honor be ing Mrs, Morris H. Smith of Lima regent of the Chapter there and j state' chairman of Indian conserve j tion. Mrs. Smith spoke on work among the Indians and Indian relics were displayed by members anr i Mrs. Lloyd R. Smallman told o 1 relics. Mrs. Howard Foust gave an A CLEAR CONSCIENCE GIVES DON'T i ntercs '' R S talk on Indians of pion e<;r days. The Indian relics are t< be put on display in the window o the Citizen's Federal Savings & Loan Co. During the meeting a prospective new member, Mrs. Oti M. Wolgamot of Oklahoma Cit; • Chapter was introduced and re freshmenU were served by Mrs (Turner and assistant hostesses Mn> Charles Lee and Mrs. E. H. Bonham IMMENSE HAPPINESS. RUN INTO DEBT SPIRITUALLY: Blessed is the man unto whom Jehovah imputeth not iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no guhe.— Psalm 32:2. NO HUNTING The undersigned absolutely forbid hunting, day or night, on lands owned or controlled by them. Violation of this order will bring nrpse- cution us provided by law. , Union Cuiinty Fairground Frank M. Rupprecht Union County iioiuc Ernest Nicol Henry Vullrath Elaine Hall & Son C. J. &. Minnie L. Gui'dun O. Z. Taylor John S. Wiae A. B. Green W. C. Janes I Preobyltrian Choir I Because of the John Alviu Stuar I dinner, choir practice has beei 1 postponed until Saturday evening ! at 7:30 o'clock. Mary Baldwin Circle On account of the funeral of Mr= Elliott the Mary Baldwin Circle i 'The King's Daughters will hav j their meeting at the home of Mr> JKloepfer at 2:'M instead of 2-.1 I Wednesday afternoon us calendaret THREE KILLED DURING PARADE BIRTHS Mr. and Mi.--. Philip Mathy.s, who lesitic on the Broadway road, are t!u- proud parent.; of a baby daughter, bin p. Friday, November 7. The litlh: iiewtoinei' lias been named Linda Lou. Both mother and baby ure doing line. HOUSTON, Texas, Nov. 1! lar;;e plaster and wooden canop | loaded wilh .-pei tators at an Annia tice Day parade co!lap:.ed today an crashed into a innvd undirneatl Two IH'.'io men were Killed and ' a while woman \v;., hurt critically. canopy, over a buj v. itii a roar and d 1 .^- CAGE SEASON OPENS FRIDAY IIOH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SQUADS OP COUNT* TO OPEN SEASON AFTER WEEKS OF PRACTICE With practice having been underlay for several weeks and several non-league games having been 'laycd, the -basketball teams of Jnion County high schools 'will tart in league competition this oming Friday night. The schedule will extend to February 13th. Only one non-league game hns >cen definitely announced as scheduled during the regular, season, "hat is between Richwood and Loue which will be played on the later's floor Friday night. The. schedule of league games Is as follows: November 14 York at Union Cally at Magnetic Walking- at Allen \ Byhalia. at Raymond Darby open Dover open Broadway open November 19 Broadway at Walking Raymond at Cally Darby at Union Allen at Byhalia Richwood at Dover Magnetic at York November 28 Magnetic at Darby Yprk at Dover Raymond at Allen Cally at Watkins Broadway at Richwood Union at Byhalia December Richwood at Cally . December 5 Watkins at Raymond Darby at York ----- .Dover at Union Broadway at Magnetic Byhalia open Allen open December 12 Raymond at Richwood Union at Allen Darby at Broadway York at Watkins Cally at Byhalia Dover nt Magnetic December 19 Cally at Allen Richwood at Darby Watkins at Dover Byhalia at Magnetic UYiion at Raymond . York open Broadway open January 2 Byhalia at Broadway January 9 Allen at Broadway; Darby at Cally Magnetic at Union Dover at Byhalia Richwood at York Watkins open Raymond open January 16. Byhalia at Watkins ' Cally at Union Magnetic at Richwood Broadway at Dover Raymond at Darby Allen at York January 23 Union at Watkins Darby at Dover Richwood at Byhalia York at Raymond Broadway at Cally Allen open Magnetic ojxiii January 30 Allen at Dover Byhalia at Darby Raymond at Magnetic Wutklns at Richwood York at Broadway Cully open Union opi;n February <> Byhalia ut York Watkins at Magnetic Dover ut Cully Allen at Darby Raymond; at Broadway Union at Richwood February 11 Magnetic ut Allen February 13 Watkina at Darby Broadway at Union Allen at Richwood Cally at York Dover at Raymond Uyhalia open HURRY! HURRY! Get your "No Hunting 1 ' sign* at the Tribune office. 40-* WARNS AGAINST IGNORING GOD REV. CLINTON OPENS 8EMII8 OF EVENING MEETINGS AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Men,Woatn!OUat 40,50,60! Get Pep '••I Ytirt YMBB*r, fall •( Vim In the service last evening, In the First Congregational church of this city the Rev. James R. Clinton, D.D., of Philadelphia, Pa., declared that one of the perils of American life today is the tendency to believe in the transcendency of man rather than the transcendency of God. The nation that substitutes the worship of God by the worship of even th» state 'is on the road to moral and social disintegration, he declared. Dr. Clinton brings a message each evening In music that Is very effec- live. His'exposition of the Shepherd's Psalm was inspiring to all who-wore priviligcd to hear him last evening. Each evening at 7:30 o'clock throughout Friday of thlf week, Dr. Clinton w;il bring a message in music and preach from the great themes of the Bible which are vital to present day life. This eve ning he will preach on the theme "Lift the Fallen—Cheer the Faint.' He also plans to preach on Sunday, November 16, at the morning and evening services. Everyone is cordially welcome to the services. BETTMAN HITS TAFT'S STAND SPRINGFIELD, p., Nov. 11.— Judge Gilbert Bettman of the Ohio supreme court today criticized the isolationist stand of-Sen. Robert-A Taft and 'the defeatism" of Charles A. Lindbergh. Before an Armistice Day gathering Bettman said: "The isolationist of the Senator Taft philosophy is merely placing himself in a sham shelter made o: wishful thinking. A child ought to be ablb to reason that a world dominated by Nazi aggressors canno long keep its hands- off America Dictators stay in power not by rea son of elections but. because they bring* home booty." CREDIT SETUP REPORT NEEDED MERCHANT*, AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS ENGAGED IN INSTALLMENT BUSINESS AFYECTKD* AT MT. CARMEL Mrs. Walter Stephens of Elwood Avenue is recovering from a major operation which was performed last week in Mt. Cnrm"! hospital. KIWANIS CLUB HAD PROGRAM CARD OF THANKS Merchant*, banks, finance com panies. and agencies extending In stallment credit to purchase auto mobile*, furniture, household ap-1 plianccs, heating and plumbing' equipment, musical - instruments,! and other listed articles must file! 1 registration statements with thr! .Federal Reserve Bank not later I j ADDRESSES BIT MacIVOR. DOftL- j LINGER AND DeVOSB GIVKW I AT AR.WST1CE DAT MEETING W* wish to thant? all the friend* and neighbors for their kindness to us following the sudden death of our husband and) father, Mr. Charles. Kuntz. We wish to express our gratitude to Rev. Jrrfin Forcythe for his consoling words, and to Mr. L. H. Miller for his sympathetic care, and to the neighbors for their beautlft'l floral offerings. Mrs, Cnartea Kuntz Mr. Clyde Kunt* Mrs. Orvilte DeWeese Mrs. Richmond Thompson J40-lc. A description .of the first Armis- cc Day as experienced by men in than December 31, 1941, M..J. Flem-1 scrvicc in Francc was R|ven by Dr t_i -J .__ 1.1 1 _*T»__» 1 »»_ ._. • * HURRY! HURRY! Ing. president of Federal Reserve j AnKlu Mnclv ,, r at a meetin g ot , hc the Tribune office. Bank of Cleveland, stated today.: Marysville kiwani.s Club which ob- ' : Forms for filing registration slate-' ved Armistice Dny with a patri- j c proKram ] as t night. j Other speakers on last nifjit's program were: John DeVoHi of Mfl-' Get your "No Hunting" signs at 40-* ments are now available at each Reserve bank and may be obtained upon request. Thanks, Voter* 1 wish to thank the voters of Tay- SPEECH GIVEN BY ROOSEVELT FALL IS'FATAL" (Continued from page 1) member that danger had been present. ' "Because our armies were victorious they demanded why our armies had fought. Because our freedom was secure they took the security of our • freedom for granted and asked why thuse who died to save it should have died at all." Then paraphrasing Sergeant Ydrk r 8~staternehf ""what~did"ifl?et you?" somewhat scornfully, the president declared: "If our armies-of 1917 and 1918 had lost there would not have been a man or woman in America who would have wondered why the war waa fought. The reasons would have faced us everywhere. We would have known why liberty is worth defending as those alone whose liberty Is lost can know it. We would ha^je known why tlyranny Is worth defeating as only those whom ty rants rule can know." The men of France know "what i Registration statements must b*; ford CcnU!I . chairrnar , of (he Union(lor Township for their support at led by any porson or organization County Chapter of the Red Cross j the polls - J am s!ad of the °PP° rtu - flled which is: . and 1. Engaged in the business of mak Col. Herman ,C. Doellinger nity to continue to serve the people rYOU GIRLSh 13 to 25 Who Suffer commander of the lG8th Infantry at and their interests in Taylor Towning installment sales of any articles > Camp shelby wno is home on fuf . | fhip gAM listed in the Supplement to Regula- i ] OUR f, tion W. or j Dr. Maclvor, who served with the "~ ~ 2. Engaged in tho business of mok-; Rainbow DiviM , m . presented a fine! ing Installment loans in amounts of i descrjp , iorl of thc reactions ol ^ j $1,500 or less, or installment loans soldiers whcn thpy first , oarned [ in any amount secured by articles | that the ArmLs ,, ce hnd becn signed ' listed in the Supplement, or > He conlinucd with an inspira tional 3. Engaged in the business of dis- ! addre ., s Jn whlch - he stre ^. d the counting or purchasing <or lend-; patr j oti( . dutics of Americans today ing on the security of) installment | in defending ()Ur democracy . obligations arising from transactions described in (1) or (2). I Federal Reserve Bank of Cleve- j land will issue certificates of registration upon receipt of a properly completed form from Registrants in the Fourth Federal Reserve District These, in effect, will license the Registrants to transact the types of business affected by the regulation of consumer credit. Regulation of installment credit is part of a broad program of the Federal Government to conserve materials which may be used in the production of defense articles, to prevent an unhealthy rise in prices, and to build up a . backlog of consumer buying power which may be used when the defense pro(,Tam is completed. The regulation does not prevent the use of installment credit but specifies the amount of down payment which mu:;t be made when a listed article 15 rkirchas.;d and the time within which the- balance of the obligation must be paid. Regulation W, which states the/ Mr. DeVoss discussed the annual Cross Roll Call which started in Marysville today. He told of the need of greater membership in these times of stress. • ja former victory of freedom against I ^'rms- under which installment cre- BELLEFONTAINE, O., Nov. 11.—! tyranny was worth," the president |. dit ma y be extended, was issued by Charles Norvlel, 73, Logan county j said, then called the roll of the na- farmer-laborer, .died, today of a hlpjtions which have fallen under tho injury received in a fall. German war machine. 'SERGEANT YORK'FILM HERE STARTING TOMORROW NIGHT A new mile-post in film entertainment will be passed tomorrow night at the Avalon Theatre when Warner Bros.' "Sergeant York," starring Gary Cooper in the title role, starts its local run of three days. The picture has everything officer in that goes to make up a fine film- stars, romance, drama, excitement, a fascinating story and beautiful setting. Joan Leslie, who is sure-fire star material, has the feminine lead opposite Cooper, as a simple mountain their tempers are aroused. York, a sharp-shooting farmer who "gets religion" in his own manner, is a fellow who hates no one! and registers as a Conscientious Objector when he is drafted during the World War. An understanding the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System under an executive order of the president. Merchants and bankers whether in large industrial centers, villages, or hamlets, are affected. It is estimated that' there are from fifteen to twenty thousand prospective Registrants in the Fourth Federal Reserve District. In view of probable congestion at the year-end, the Reserve bank suggests early registration. 1EGG COOPERATIVE ANNUAL BANQUET company, played, by Stanley Ridges, shows him that! sometimes violence is necessary to I insure freedom. York turns out to be not only a good soldier, but one The North Central Egg and Poultry Cooperative will hold its first annual meeting at Shelby on Monday evening, November 17th. Speakers for the banquet program include Louis Bromfield, well- of the bravest heroes in the A. E. F.! Produced at Warner Bros., under the personal supervision of Jesse L. known author; Walter H. Lloyd, ed- girl with a keen wit and a lovable Lasky and Hal B. Wallis, "Sergeant personality. Walter Brennan, Academy Award winner, is cast as Pas- York" was given the most lavish care in production, and no expense tor Pile, life-long friend of York, I was spared to make every detail of whose homely philosophy became the many settings completely authentic. Besides the. featured cait, ] hundreds of extra players were i used is some of the picture's big | I OJ Hilt Are ViUitc Alaska's 72.000 ij 33,000 a^e v- :;;•-«. Moiv than M injuicd. The .station, broke iu|jt---d t!ie pa broke rauks hoki.n^; back and is.e aid>.d police in Jiu^e c:'uw«4 and NEW PLANT OPEKATINti CANTON. O., Nov. 11.- Wi-ding- hniiie oil'u-ials ivporlcd today that tlu> iu;w $i;0,OUO,UUt) naval i..nliiante [il.jiit he-iv, although still under construction, is ojx-iatiiiy at 2~> per ct-r.t of capacity on annuniu-nt parti for U. S. navy \var=.h:j>o. part of Yrfrk's creed. George Tobias. Stanley Ridges, Margaret Wycherly, and a host of other popular screen players make the. cast one of the most impressive of recent years. The story is at once both simple and exciting because it shows both sides of the lives of the Cumberland Mountain folk—their slow, easy-going manner— and the force of power they can bring out when 1 production for Warner Bros. itor (ft the Ohio Farmer, and C. M. Ferguson, of Ohio State University Poultry Department. C. B. Weaver will be nominated as Union County's representative on the Board of Directors representing the approximately twenty shippers from this county. NO CHANGES ALONG FRONT iM) rrom o»« 1) move in the Far East. London reported that preparations were believed, to have been made by the United States and Britain for action in event of a Jap- anete attempt to cut the Burma road supply line to China by driving on Yunnan, or possibly to offset a threatened Japanese move against Thailand. Following Prime Minister Winston Churchill's speech assftilrlg that Britain would join immediately the United States in event of war in. the Pacific and that British naval forces can now be sent to the Far East, dispatches from China predicted an early conflict and said that China and the Dutch East Indies were part of the already, established front against Japanese aggression. Dispatches from Australia also emphasized the readiness of that government to fight in the united front, if necessary. The Bangkok radio was heard broadcasting a call for the nation to be prepared for a war emergency. And Need To BnOd UpfedBtood! If pain and distress' of functional monthly disturbances make you feel weak, dragged out, .pale, cranky, nervous at such times — try Lydia Pinkham's, Compound Tablets (with added Iron). Pinkham's Tablets not only ^relieve monthly pain (cramps, headache, backache), but Also help soothe nervousness due to such cause. Their Iron "helps build up the haemoglobin of red blood cells and thus aid In promoting a more refreshed and vigorous bloodstream — more strength and energy. Thousands of women report remarkable benefits .by taking Lydia Pinkham's Tablets: Get a bottle tod-iy from your druggist. Follow label directions. WORTH TRYING! I Tickets for the banquet may be secured from the egg truck dri'.'t-r serving this county or at the County _, . , i Extension Otlice with all present The original screenplay wds! , . . . i • . CA , _. , ' „ .shippers or others interested being written by Abem I inkel, Harry I , , Cliaudlee, Howard Koch and John) Huston, based upon the diary From Arkansas Sergeant York. Ace action film dir- Th( . v Q main source o£ bauxite ector, Howard Hawkes, handled the j _ ore f rom which aluminum is obtained—is Arkansas. Sheep Sale 1004 Head of Ewes and Rama to Be Sold At Auction Thursday, Nov. 13 1:00 P.M. •AUo two carloads of good to choice white face steer and heifer calves weighing 350 to 450 Ibs. will be on sale. Producers Stockyards WASHINGTON C. H., OHIO 23161—Phone—23541 John Baker, Auct. \Vatter Finlay, 100 SINGLE SHEETS 50 ENVELOPES or 50 DOUBLE SHEETS 50 ENVELOPES 50 MONARCH SHEETS 50 ENVELOPES Paper with a "tweed-like" weave . . . yet a "so smooth" writing surface! Three smart colors . . . Peach-glow, Bonbon Blue, or Cora White. Printed with your Name and Address or Monogram. BUY SEVERAL BOXES AT THIS LOW PhlCE! The Tribune REG'LAR FELLERS A Little Bit Off The Top By Gene'Byrnes^ i' this ia-sue the Galloway i'L- tUtjsj^t u t';nu v. inter lor yyur health. Sh

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