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November 23, 1945

The Marysville Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 3

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FHday, tyoveml?er 23,1945 THE EVENING TRIBVNE, MARYSVILLE, OHIO AVALON ^onight—Last Times BRACKEN VIBOtfICA LAKE WWW/) Shows—7:00, 9:10 TQAJORROW Two Big Hits 2nd Hit RIP SNORTING ACTION! LAUGH PROVOKING HUMOR!. J? RO ROY ROGERS fLIXNtMM ,,. TttttrHAYB/M^ > • nilf n/llK ilfl'/..::" :,* v' Mat. Feats.—"Witness" 1:30, 3:40; •_^_ - "Eldorado 1 ^ 2:35 only Eve. Shows—7:00, '9:30 STRAND STARTS TOMORROW TUCSOn BRIBERS WILD BILL ELLIOTT OABur H *«s • PcobY iitwART Feature Showlngs-r7:00, 8:40, 10:20 — Also — . • "Community Sing" , "Andy Clyce Comedy" "Raiders of Ghost City" LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidncya II b»ekaohe«nd lieg> paln»are making-yoa mlMrmble,don't lust complain and do nothing; •bout them. Nature may be warning you that _jrour kldneyi netd attention. Thikldnenareriotureiichlefwnyoftnklnir exccu acldi and -polaonou* waite out of the blood; They help moat people pass about S plnti B day. / • U the ifmOm of kldn*y tnb« and fllten don'twork well, poUonous vrante mutteriUys In the blood. .These poUonB may start nagging . backachei, rheumatic palm, leg pains, loss of p*P and energy, getting up nights, iwelllnsr, iroffliieu under tho eyea, headaches and dltM- neu. Frequenter scanty pnosaaeawlth smart. Inland burning sometimes showatherelnome- thing wrong with your kidneys or bladder: Don't wait! Aak your drugglit for Doan'i • Pills, a itlmulant diuretic, used successfully by milllona for over 40 yean. Doan'a give • happy 'relief and will help the 15 mltee of Jcldney tubes flush out poisonous waste from the blood. Get Doan'i Pills. Society - Clubs Telephone Society and Personal News to 4-5501 MARY M. WHITNEY, Society Reporter ' Home Prom Hospital Mrs. Pearl Belvllle was Brought lome from San Antonio Hospital, Thursday,. In Miller's ambulance. She is getting along nicely following her operation. —j.~- In Bucyrus , Mrs. O. R. McFarlnnd returned to her home on South Main Street this morning after n visit over Thanksgiving ftt the home of her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Shqldon, in Bucyrus. , - ""' *I* '" • ' Have Family Mr, and Mrs. P. W. Galloway had their son and daughter-in-law, Sp. 1/C and Mrs. Arthur Galloway, and son, Bill, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Devine and daughter, Lois, of Columbus, as their guests for the day, Thursday. _^_. Home For Holiday Miss Mildred Boergor, student at Ohio State University,' . spent Thanksgiving Day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Boerger, She joined her sorority sisters Friday morning enroute to Ann Arbor, Mich., where they wiU be week-end guests of "the Kappa Delta Sorority at the University of Michigan and will attend the Ohio State- Michigan football game. . Thanksgiving- Wedding: . Announcement Is being made of the marriage pf Miss Ann Fry, daughter of Mrs. Nellie .Fry of Mulberry Street, Marysville, and Harold Fry of Columbus, and Frank Rausch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Enno Rausch of New Dover. The double ring ceremony took place at 3:30 o'clock, Thanksgiving Day, November 22nd, in Trinity Lutheran parsonage with Rev, E. j. Goedeklng officiating. • The bride wore a light blue dress suite with a red rose corsage. The couple was attended by the. bride's sister, Miss Jean Fry of Marysville. Both the bride and groom are graduates pf the New Dover high school; Mrs. Rausch is a beauty operator at the Mary-Ann Beauty Shop, and Mr. Rausch has just r,e- from—ev where he Patty, Miss Martha Colcman, Mrs, Virginia Brush, of Columbus; Henry Coleman, of Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coleman 'and daughter, Kathleen, and Mr. and Mtrs. Herman Coleman and children, Judith and David, 'of this city. . ' '—»•-. • In Jackson Dr. and Mrs. Earl Kinsey, daughter, Ann, and the former's mother, Mrs. Fred Kinsey of Uhrichsville, who is their guest, spent Thanksgiving Day at the home of Miss Ann Morgan, .in Jackson. _^_ . ' Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrott and son, Dandy, of the Marion Road, had .as their Thanksgiving dinner guests, Danny's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Parrott and Mr. and Mrs. Lester.Smith, his great grandparents, Mrs. Rose Parrott, Mr. and Mrs. Addlson Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Smith/ Family Dinner Capt, and Mrs, Harold Asman, children, Carol and 'Johnny, oi Bellefontalne; Mr. and Mrs. Lemar McKinley-and"daughters, Suzanne and Janie of Springfield and Mrs. Nan Longbrake of this city were the Thanksgiving Day guests of Dr, and Mrs. P. D. Longfcrake of. the Marlon Road. Society'Elects Officers The -general meeting of The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church, for November, was held Wednesday' after- I noon in the Little Chapel. Mrs. Burl J/Southard presided over the business, arid the executive board meeting which met before the general meeting. The report of nominating committee was accepted and the following officers for the coming year will be installed at the January meeting. President, Mrs. J. J 'Rardin; first vice president, Mrs B. J. Southard; second vice,president, Mrs, E. K.. White; recording secretary, Mrs. M. E. McKitrick corresponding secretary, Mrs. Pau' Williams; treasurer, Mrs. Russel' Banks; Secretary of. Missionary Education, Mrs. _James O. Evans Secretaries of Social Relations anc EXnbll.hed 1848 HUBUn BUGS. & CO.' Publisher* J. M. HUBIsn, General . IRV1N C. HE1VHY, Editor Entered at tl>e Marysvlllc, Ohio, Pout OIHce as Socond Class Matter. • Subscription Rates: By Carrier, 8 er week, IGc; by. mall .In -Union ounty, $8:QO per year, Member of Ohio Select Lint of Dnlly NewnpHper The OUlo Nempaper Association Amoolnted Ohio Dotllea National Editorial Auoclatlon JOHN W. CULMBN CO. , Advertising neprraentntive Cleveland Omco—1)6!) Hippodrome Annex, Cleveland, O. Columbus. Office—40 South Third St., ColumbuB, O. Kansas City Office—600 National Fidelity Life Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. Eastern Office—<3 e n e r a 1 Motor Bids., Detroit, Mich. . CHRIST FOR ALL-ALL CO* CHRMT EVEN BAD PEOPLE ARE KIND TO THEIR FRIENDS, BUT' WE SHOULD TREAT STRANGERS AS KINDLY. Hebrews 13:2: Forget not to show, love 'unto strangers, for thereby some have entertained, angels unawares. rsic 666 COLD PREPARATIONS LIQUID, TABLETS, SALVE, NOSE DROPS. USE ONLY AS DIRECTED of mra and woman bar* faaa4 tbat Uma-tatt«d Btuwt Tablet* brio* cubk, h*PF7 "Uit to sleep-robbing and tifttt itoot* ach. Tut* dcliciom, eujr to Uko — no *"*' i "t. no bottia. Ttj Uwm— faaT* a good gl<hfi iiUcp aa4 vak* «p In th. morning fittlfcn lik* a (l^OO.OOO. O»t f tariiK Btuut TaJaUU at joat dnubt— cu>l]r 3Sc, 60c, at (1.20 uadw m*k- •i 1 * podihr* nwuty-back (uuaat**. J * • •' served 33 months. He was in the army 37. months. The couple left for a few days' wedding trip. *•' ' •' , . ' ' _[._ ., .. Visiting Here ' Lt. Col. and Mrs. George K. Ditlow and daughter, Barbara, of Manhattan, Kas., are making a two weeks' visit at the home of Mrs. Ditlow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry.Gilbert on Sycamore Street. Lt. Col. Ditlow, who recently returned from overseas, is on terminal leave until.January. • '• —•!•— Columbus Guests Dr. and Mrs. H. A. H. Pray and daughters, Barbara, Sally and Marcia, of Columbus, Miss Christine Houston and Fred Houston of this city were the Thanksgiving .Day guests of Mrs. Fray's mother, Mrs. Bertha Moody at her home on West Fourth Street. In LaRue Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wolgamot of West Eighth Street spent Thursday with Mrs. Wolgamot's sisters, the Misses • Susie. and Ella Raub in LaRue,. —I— . Dinner Guests Mrs, Ray Morse and daughter, Lulu, had as their dinner guests Thursday, Mrs. Harriett Robinson, daughter, Lucille, Miss Elizabeth Burnham, Mrs.. W. F. White and Miss Verge Kerr. In Cincinnati Dr. and Mrs. 'P. T. Engqrd and daughter, Suzanne of North Maple Street, spent Thanksgiving in Cincinnati, with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. James F Bell, Jr., and son, Stephen.', Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Milton Southard entertained at a family dinner Thursday, at their home on South Main Street. Those who enjoyed the. day together were Dr. and Mrs. Alonzo Southard of Mt. GJlead; Mr. and Mrs. Truman Elsworth and family of Woodstock; Mr. and Mrs. Myron Poling and daughter, Judy, Mrs John W. Southard and daughter Joyce, of this city. Week-end Visitors Dr. and Mrs. G. B, Riddle and Mr and Mrs. Lester Wyrick of Corbin Ky., were week-end guests of Dr and Mrs, Eurl Kinsey at their home in Edgewood. —j— Guests For the Day Guests at Thanksgiving dinner and for the day, at the home of Mr and Mrs. Lewis Scheiderur on thc Watkins Road were: Mr. and Mrs Herman Scheiderer and daughter Local Church Activities, Mrs.'H. B Salter and Mrs. M. "A. Southard Secretary of 'Supplies, Mrs. Ivan louthard; Secretary of Literature Mrs. Howard Thompson; Secretary f Student Work, Mrs. E. il.. Hatton fAMOUS FOR QUALIfy -RELIEVES MISERIES OF~> BabuitWd A *A V^feJl /Pen«tr*U« td upper bronchial tubMittthHiwethlni mtdklntl vtport* SUmulat** th* efitrt tritf tack turfn«« Ilk* i (Md, wirmlof poultk*, Warming soothing relief-grand relief—comes when you rub good old VicksVapoRubon thethfoat, chest and back at bedtime. Its penetratlng'Stlmulntlng action .keeps on working for hours. Irv» vltes restful sleep. And often by morning most misery of the cold is gone. No wonder most mothers use VapoRub. * «|4»ISi* Try it tonight- \f ICKS home-proved W VAPORUR Secretary of Youth Work, Mrs. E. A. Marten; Secretaries of Children's Work, Mrs. John Southard, Mrs. Robert Orahood, Mrs. Harold Cameon; Secretary of Spiritual Life. Miss Nellie Taylor; Secretary of Status of Women, Miss EJtha Graham; pianist, Mrs. Dale Overly. The Rev.jKnelsley announced thV evangelistic meeting to be held Sunday afternoon in the Broad Street Methodist Church in Columbus and the lectures to be given by Dr. Norman Peale, early In December. The program was presented by a group of young people, from the Youth Fellowship. Announced by their councilor, Mrs.' E. A. Marten, it consisted of a beautiful service of worship, which Included the read- Ing of "The Lord's Prayer," by Beverly Kennedy, interspersed With appropriate hymns, Barbara Hush accompanying; poem, Mary Beth Turner; Indian Legend, Patricia Way; piano solo, "Prayer," Charles Swink; reading, "Answered Prayer" Jane Beasecker; prayer, Ann Carr. The second part of the program consisted of reports pf the summer camps: Sabina Camp, Mary Sawyer; Lakeside Cam£>; Marilyn Shearer; Lakeside Institute, Ann Carr. Mrs. Marten putlined the work and activities Pf the local.Youth Fellowship, which has an active membership of 50. At the close .of the meeting, group No. 4, Mrs. H. B. Sailer, leader, served refreshments, Mrs. Walter Elliott presiding at the at- tractive'tea table. . ' Dinner Guests '. -'*".' i • Mr. and Mrs. Melvin .Derr of South Oak Street had as their dinner guests Thursday the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Derr of Urbana; Mrs. Frances-Martin and Mrs. Lewis Fox of this city. Guests For the Day Mr. and Mrs. Clair Thompson of Buckeye Street had as their guests for the day, Thanksgiving, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thompson, daughters, Jerry, Dot and Judy, of Dublin; Mr. and Mrs.' Ted Thompson, daughter Kathleen, Mr.'and Mrs. Richard H. Lewis, son Richard, of this city, and as additional supper and evening gutstt, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Matfcr, Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Mader, daughters, Viola and Bcrnette, of this city. In Jamestown, N. Y, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Derr, their housegucsts, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Derr, of Urbana, left this morning for Jamestown, N. Y., where they will be week-end guests of the Messrs. Derr's sister, Mrs. Ray- Miller and family. Thanksgiving Day Guests Mrs. Charles McCloud and Mrs, George E. Whitney spent Thanksgiving Day at the home of the latter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Howard, and daughters Mary Alice and Nancy Ann, near Mi'ford Center. . ~'— Bl-County Booth Festival The young people of the Methodist Church will attend the annual Bi-County Booth Festival 'at Pharisburg next Sunday. The Festival will open at 5 o'clock in the afternoon with an exhibit of miniature table scenes depicting the message of Christian service. 'Each Youth Fellowship in Madison and Union Is Counties will enter a scene In the j contest, and prizes will be given for ]• the most artistic scene and for the | scene having the most effective mes- j sage. A supper and recreation period will precede the evening program. The young people will' be accompanied to Pharisburg by Rev. E. P. Kneisley, and by their, counselors, Mrs. E. A. Marten land Miss Leonii Thompson. Cars will .leave the church at 4:30 in the afternoon. L. E.C. Club The Ladies Euchre Club will be postponed for two weeks. —T«— . , Dinner Guests •• .. Mr: and Mrs. William, Fawn, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Beightler, Mrs. Marie Wolfe, Mrs. George Fugate were -Thanksgiving dinner guests" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beightler and daughters, Joyce Ann and Nancy Sue, on West Sixth Street. . : • • T f T ' TJT ( Thanksgiving: Supper Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Rausch of near Marysville entertained their children, grandchildren arid great ^grandchildren to a Thanksgiving Cupper on Thursday evening. The following were present: Mr. and -Mrs7~Otto Sclieiderer and^daugKters," |Ruth.-and Julia of near Plain Cityr Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rausch '.and daughters, Coral Jane and Joyce. Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Rausch and children, James ayd Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Rausch and. .sons, Thomas ^and Roger, and Mr. and Mrs. George M. Rausch and children, Karen and Carmon, all of Marysville and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bollard and son, Bobbie, of near Amlin, Elks Turkey Dinner. Forty-two members of the Elks Lodge enjoyed a 7:30 o'clock turkey dinner, Wednesday evening at the Oakland Hotel followed by a meeting in the Elks Hall, on the Union Block. RICHWOOD LADY j DIED THURSDAY The death of Mrs.. Laura Ellen Robinson of Richwood, aged 78, occurred at 10:45 o'clock Thursday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ben Adams, Radnor, Rt. 1, following an illness of six weeks. Mrs. Robinson was born in Union County June 1, 1869, and was a daughter of the late Harvey arid Lydia Dillon Cook. She was married October 31st, 1890, In Magnetic Springs, to Cassins Robinson, who died November 24, 1941. She Was a member of the Magnetic Springs, Church of Christ. Surviving are her daughter, Mrs. Adams, fhree grandchildren arid two 'great grandchildren, a brother, 'IN. D. Cook, of West Mansfield, two I sisters, Mrs. Catherine Hildreth, of j Richwood; Mrs. Marie Collins, of : Marion. ( Funeral services will be held Sun- I day at 2 o'clock InTthe Winters Fu- jneral Chapel, Richwood, conducted iby the Rev. W. A. Snytfer. Burial jwill be in the Ciaibourne Cemetery. A message to returning dervice- men—your government needs funds to help rehabilitate your buddies. Sink some of that mu«t*rlng-out pay and accumulated savings in Victory Bonds. There nre many veterans ol World War II who lost nn arm pi* ft leg In battle. Thc<* veteran* will need to learn new trades that your Victory Bond purchases will help make possible. . Looking for NEW RUGS? Used fats are needed in making rugs, sheets, drapes and thousands of other thlpgs you want... as well as soaps. TURN IN YOUR USflJ FATSI MATTRESSES AS LOW AS 14.50 Box Springs and 55 Ib. White Felt MATTRESS 44.50 For Set New Shipment of LAMPS Maple Breakfast Set. 39.50 Buy at This Low.Price! OUR LOW OVERHEAD MAKES IT POSSIBLE TO MAKE . . . LOW PRICES f- vf.'-V FURNITURE MARYSVILLE NEW AND USED FURNITURE STORE 303 South M*ln St., in Gray-Court Building <^y« s>;<* F1AKO PIE CRUST CONVENIENT. All the dry ingredients ready blended. And precltion- mixed for lure remits. Nothing to do but juit add water/roll and bake.That'i Flako. If your grocer hain't it (or Flskorn) today, check with him again tomorrow. Auldridge's New Theatre North Lewisburg, 0. Saturday. Sunday. Monday Nov. 24, 25, 26 "STATE FAIR" In Technicolor SYMBOLS OF SAVINGS You rnrn ivmUnr dtvl- ilruil*. a Mhnr* In tbr liroflU, when- you buy , Ilomled On* »»U Oil. S^ N. Main St. In Marysville *.•» N^SolemPrid^ MARK THIS THANKSGIVING DAY SELDOM if ever has * single year brought us such cause for thankfulness. The more we learn of the crimes committed by brutish enemies, the more profound is our ' •• -, gratitude for the divine guidance that brought our arms victory .. . the deeper our appreciation of the fighting forces who protected our homeland from being made a desolate wilderness of starvation, disease and death. . C/o 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 in the thanks of the republic they died to save" and the fervent prayer "that pur Heavenly Father 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." A/et us resolve, this Thanksgiving Day, as we rejoice in the return of so many of our fighting men and women, to express our lasting gratitude io deeds. Let us, as a nation and as individuals, pray for wisdom and courage to work together in solving the problems now facing a peace-hungry world. THE DAYTON POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY 113 South Main St. Marysville, Ohio BLOND IE RagUtered U. 8. Patant Office By Chic Young And here'* the quick, eajy way to make corn muffim — FLAKORN CORN MUFFIN MIX •'Bonds 8 Storn|iv. I HEAR PEOPLE' WALKING AROUND WHAT ARE MDU DOING ? PVGMIES.' PVGMIES.' THE HOUSE , IS FILLED WITH LITTLE BITTY -, PEOPLE.' COOKIES I THEY ARE •"* FRIENDS CXD NOU WANT ME TC» CHASE THEM OUT? NO, I LIKE IT/ THEY MAKE THE PLACE SEEM ENCHANTED

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