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roar THE EVENING TRIBUNE, MABYSVILLE, OHIO November 15,1941 Answers lo 1. Solomon '.'.. -100 3. I'.y Christ Do You Know?" BYHALIA Mrs F.lmer Kerry, Cor. In HIP twelve rti:;-; * The church is the recognized custodian of the gospel nf Jesus Christ. She is, therefore, tlio 'intori>rctft*-of the person, tho message, nnd. the way of life found in Jesus. The education of the rising firn- eratlon is not complete nnd the church has not made her full contribution until youth has been Riven the best possible interpretation the message nnd work of Jesus. The church believes .that there is no complete '-alvation for the individual :i!ul for vociety npart from the jj<r--pt 1 i.r JevU 1 ; Christ. Why not ;ic- rept the invitation and • come, to church next Sunday? i 1). Carl Yoder 4. Ke that will love' life and see Rood days, let him refrain his tongue from rvil, and his lips that they .'-peak no iiuile; let liim rrchrw nnd do i;ood; let him veek peare and fllSIIO it." . r >. "He shall be snyed and Khali tfo ,,f in hnd'out nn<l find pasture." lit must be remembered, moreover, Mialjt dikes lime to develop a Rood consciencn'. to r.irtn r!nhtrrras -motives, and to create n profound desire, with'-its .attendant courage, to 'do rii'.ht." i A miscellaneous shower was I Riven Mr. nnd Mrs. .lamps Wright at ! tho homo of her parents, Mr. nnd | Mrs. Willnrd Hamilton, Saturday i evening. ' ! George Hall spent last week with : Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. .Tolllff. ! Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lingref of ! Marion were Sunday dinner guests ! at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Law; rence LingreV. • • '**" j Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Berry entcr- I tained at a dinner Sunday In honor I of their daughter Shirley Anne's code" Think' how long it Is taking to ! first birthday, anniversary. Guests put over the one that Moses drafted, j were Mrs. Fred Mayer nnd Mr. and A wealth of experience is one Mrs. Raymond Schumacher nnd son, of near Meeker. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kuhl and M^-s. Hazel Miller spent Sunday aft- Sermonograim Don't, expect. much of any that has not yet been posses*ion taxed. ,.A man's kliowledtfo of human | iinture cannot bo Judged by the. j crnoon in Columbus. They -were •«•- f himself. 'compnnied homo by Miss Mftfy Lou DO YOU KNOW? down ; "One day when K grade, we had occasion •automobile- quickly. • brakes were in need of repair, we hit a street car. Self-restraints are I I. At the death of what. kin« was to slop our 1 the Jewish'kingdom divided? Since tbei -2. -lWw..innny centuries between Old und the New Testament? fiy whom and In whom were ;e words said: "Freely ye have the the; t the necessary^moral brakes, and un- j r i. ct jvt>d freely Rive?" less they arc in Rood working orrtw'.j ';!. Whit is'Pctef'ft prescription for there Is danger of moral failures. N.I |» I"»K «"d ''"PPV Hfe? one can afford to take such n risk. I - r >- What is the completion JOIN FARM BUREAU Organize ... To Educate To Legislate To Co-operate ol Christ's saying: "I am the door; by me if liny man enter in Self-control does .not mean to do nothing, but to do something In the right direction. It's usually up-hill work that lands one' at the top. Makf Your Car Look Like New With a SIMONIZEJOB BECK'S SERVICE STATION Corner Fourth and Main Sl.s. DUTCH'S SANDWICH SHOP We serve 10,000 (ten at a time) All Kinds of Sandwiches North Main St. " ipinlon he has ol A fool 8 always wants to shorten space and time; a wise man wants- f» lengthen both.—John Ruskin. True wisdom lies in gathering the precious things out of each day as it passes by. k The use one makes of hTs leisure hours may determine the value of liis working hours._ Miller, who is suffering from a severe knee injury 'received in a fall two weeks ngo. Miss Miller expect? to spend the next two weeks at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kelson Southard and family, of Richwood, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milt Southard. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Spain attended the funeral of Mrs. Flora We are not complete unCil we are , saved from self-pity, nnd find joy I belle Bennett at West Mansfield in thinking of others.-IIerbert j Sunday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Russell Myers attended Quarterly Meeting at Damas- ,-cus over the week-end. Rev. Archer filled tho pulpit "Sunday morning Lockycr. J\. lie lasts only till.the truth arrives.—Mexican Saying. • » • • A man who trims himself to suit everybody will soon whittle himself away. Man is made to grow, not stop.— Robert Browning. The teachings of Christ must fail totally' if they fall in nny part of life. Charles A. Elhyood. Damnation, comes from mirrors; salvation from windows.—Gen. Wm. Booth. The right In ing morally Is the healthy thing physically. and Rev. Winans had charge of the evening service at the Friends church in the absence of Rev Mayers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Calvin Sewcll anc Mr. and Mrs. Erthen Sewell and family spent S~undny evening with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kavanaugl and son. Otis Gray is suffering with yer low jaundice at the home of hi mother, Mrs. .Tosic Gray. Tho man who thinks he is too big for bis job need not worry, for his altitude will soon make him loo sm:ill for it. 4BMBBBMttMBMWBBM When in need of Lumber, Building Supplies, Millwork of all kinds, Fence, Roofing, Paint and Ladders, or anything to build everything, see C. H.Goif Lumber Co. Broadway and WeBt Mansfield C. II. Ooff. Mgf. I). W .Goff. Mffr. It is interesting to hear u person talk of new ideas who never had even an old one that Hot him anywhere. Save Every Day the Federally Insured Way UNION COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS&LOAN ASSOC'N MaryNvlllr CHURCH OK CHRIST Gale Rceder, Pastor Hible school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Young People's'meeting 7:30 p. m.j followed by regular 'evening serv- j ice. . . ! i sermon. The congregation is urge j to bring gifts for the Booth _Festlva .to be held at the West Jefferso ' Methodist church Friday, Nov. 21. Wtrt Third street, Tuesday evening ni 7:30 o'clock. Adult membership elass Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the parsonage. Thanksgiving service. ''Thursday morning at 8;30 o'clock. Senior choir rehearsal Friday eve- ing ut 7:30 o'clock. Catechetical instruction Saturday fternoon; Juniors at 1:30, seniors t 2:30 o'clock. Junior choir rehearsal Saturday venlng at 7:45 o'clock. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL G, I). Wlgfleld, PasloT Church school, 9:3p a. m. Morning worship, 10:30 o'clock, .ermon: "The Church Triumphant— fere!" The Rev. James Rt Clinton, D.D., Philadelphia, Pa. A service of 'onfession and .consecration. Trailmakers, 4 p. m., at the church. Junior and Pilgrim Fellowship, 6:30 p. m., at tho church. Evening servfco, 7*5 o'clock. Scot- Ish recital by Rev. Clinton. FIRST PRESUYTERIAN John Alvin Stuart, Pastor Church school, 0:30, n. m. Men's forum. Qrchestra. Morning worship and sermon, 0:30 o'clock, Special music, Culminating Civilian Defense Week, let us consider the values of democracy. Nursery for smalt children. Registration for Youth Conference 2:30 to 3:00 p. m. Opening worship and keynote address by Dr. Edgar Walker, 3:00 m - - •.-.-- ^, Conference periodslahd discussion groups, 3:45 to 3:30. Supper will be served to approximately 200 to 300 delegates at 6:15. Opening worship led by local Presbyterian orchestra and junior vested choir, 7:30 o'clock. Filmjn technicolor, "Who Gives. Himself," All young people between the ages of 12 and 24 are welcome. There will be a separate conference group for adult leaders and advisors., GRILE TELLS OF RESEARCH fContlnufd from pag« 1) crgy come a number of "energy diseases" ranging from diabetes to mental sickness, hd reports. The Cleveland scientist made the world his laboratory in his examination of nature's evidence. His research included 3,734 dtn'imals of 284 species and 60 studies of tnen of three racial types and 13 nationalities. .'••' In his assortment of striking comparisons of human be/ings' with other species, he finds In the adrenal glands of a gangster-murderer evidence that they may have contributed to the gangster's aberrant conduct. Dr. Crile and his collaborator. Dr. Daniel P, Quring, began their scientific exploration in Africa 14 years ago and traveled^ more than, 100,000 miles during a decade and a half of study. TRIBUNE WANT Ads. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN August Gerken, Pastbr Morning worship in English, 10 troubli V/urry is th" interest •fmv it is due. No outward t-Iond can meet an waiM nc-ed. ' " " in- Too many people .search the ln/n- 7on for bi>,' Ihlncs to ilo wlii-n thci" tire a dozen. Hull. 1 thiwis.' at their feet waitini; to be dune. Westinghouse Twenty year* n denier of guaranteed Wostinghouse up- pliuncea. Tho nuinii speaks lor itself. (John) (Jerry) McAULIFFE BROS. The 1942 FORD V- 8 Has: THE ROOM THE RrtlK THE VIEW EVANS MOTOR SALES Kurd Hales and Nrrvlre MARYHVILLE, OHIO CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES Fr. Carl Lamott Murysvillo: Mess ai 8 o'clock and 10:30 o'clock. I North Lcwisburg: Mass at 0 a. m. i Mechanlcsburg: No muss. ; Don't in;il;r i tomorrow harder for yourself by turning over lit it the ilulit's that should be. clone today. ELBIN GROCERY FKK81I FRUITS, VEGETABLES At All Time* A modern grocery with u big business. Try usjind be convinced. Corner Ath and Seventh Kts. IMiutif 44tiO ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN (t'huckery) C, J. S. Wuchhol/, Pastor Services Sunday morning at 10 o'clock in the English language. Juniors jjie.ct Tuesday evening, .j T h a n k :i g i v i n i; services"*next Thursday morning at 10 o'clock In! the German und at 11 o'clock in the English language. MILFORI) CENTER METHODIST CHARGE Milford Center Church school, 0:15 a. m. Morning worship, 10:10 o'clock. Youth Fellowship, (1:30 p. m. John 1'arroil, leader. Unlonvillf Center Church school, 10 a. in. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Irwln Church school, 10 a in. Youth Fellowship, (i;30 p. in. Harvest Home service at Milford Center and Unionville Center Sunday morning. The choirs will sini; appropriate numbers and Hev, Cramer will preach a Thanksgiving MARYSVILLE METHODIST Church school, 0:30 a. m. Worship, 10:30 o'clock. Subject:' j "Thanks Giving." Members of the i Methodist Youth Fellowship will have charge of the mornjng worship. A Thanksgiving Dedicatory service is planned looking forward to the Booth Festival, Friday, Nov. 21. j Youth Fellowship, 6:30. Theme for j November: "World Friendship With j Other Races." Belly Crothers will i bring interesting facts about the 1 Negroes "of the Southland. Recreational hour following the worship period. o'clock. Sermon and Holy Communion. Confessional service, 9:30 o'clock. • ; • . -.' •Lutheran Hour over WHKC, 1:30 p.. m. Thanksgiving Day services Thursday morning. German service, 9:30 o'clock; English service, 10:30 o'clock. Announce on Friday for Holy Communion in German. TRADE CREDIT BIG PROBLEM (Continued frojn page 1) what are the potential resources of the various nations that have been triumphant in the cause of democracy. These resources then will be capitalized and credits issued against them. "Even the defeated nations will be called upon to participate by having their potential resources appraised and put in the bank as collateral for the proposed issue of international credits. 'Once such a bank is created the problem of, 'how to pay for it' will be solved and full resumption of International commerce can begin. "In any event wo must have the money to rehabilitate the trading capacities of hundreds of millions of our fellow citizens on this planet. Wh«n this is accomplished the whole picture .will change immediately. Out of the lassitude of postwar legarthy will come revived interest and sustained hope for the future." Business Service 11 Poultry, Livestock 17 DRY CLEANING. C»H Fred Avery. j CHICKS day old or started. Hatches every week in the year. Delaware Chlckcries, Delaware, O, GOVERNMENT sanitary unit reset and repaired. P. O. Box 05, Marysville, Ohio. PAINTS and wallpaper. OoocJjell's. Special Notices 4 PRUDENTIAL tarm IOWM. Low rate,- long terms. Authorized mortgage solicitor. M. E. Fnrvel, Plain City. Ohio. WHITE SHOES dyed for longer wear. Come in and let us give your shoes that new appearance. Marysvllle Shoe Repair, Donald Fleming. EWES, consisting of Delaines, half- bloods and Shrops. Walter Elliott, Canal 4441. , JUST THREE more 250 to 275 Poland China boars left; a few bred gilts. Guy Robinson, Milford Center. THESE LITTLE want ads have a reputation for lightning service. Try them yourself to. find the things you're looking for. Phone Canal 4743. . • • • HURRY! HURRY! Get your "No Hunting' 1 signs at the Tribune office. 40-* DENIES FILMS CAUSE CRIMES AMONG YOUNG 112 RATS killed with can Schutte's Red Squill. Harmless to animals and poultry. Guaranteed. Mader Hdw. Miscellaneous for Sale 18 CHILDREN'S GALOSHES—See our warm, serviceable galoshes for boys and girls. They look well, wear well, cost little. Smith's Economy Store, Marysville. ' FOR SALE—1940 Trotwood house car. Clarence Nicol, 428 Collins Ave. CHRISTMAS CARDS—They arc completely personalized, truly American, Choice of many gay and colorful styles. Complete with envelopes and name imprinted. Marysville Tribune. COMBATS TYPHOID CHURCH PAGE SPONSORS Make Your Car Look Like New With a With a S1MONIZE JOB UNION COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP ASS'N. A permanent organization for a permanent agriculture. BECK'S SERVICE STATION Corner Fourth and Main Sts. tCLBIN GKOCERY Trade with un and go to church every Sunday. C. II. GOJ'F LUMBER CO. Will contract your building needs I for brooder house or home. BK.CK'S SKKVICK STATION FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN Paul E. Plasterer Sunday school, 9:30. Cloyce Moore, .superintendent; L. P. Rupright, assistant. Morning worship, 10:30. Sermon by the pastor. Luther League; 5:00, at the home of Rev. und Mrs. Plasterer, with Robert Hamilton us leader. The Sunday School Cabinet will meet Monthly evening, November 17, in the church office, beginning nl 7:30. All officers nnd teachers of the Sunday school should attend. The annual Thanksgiving service will be held on Thursday morning. Nov. 20^ at the church, beginning at 0:00. The church-wide party sponsored | by the K. L. C. Club will be held on ! Friday evening, Nov. 21, in the social I rooms of the church, beginning at | H:0(). All members of the congri'ga: lion ure invited. GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE Wesley Wibley, Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 u. m. Morning worship, 10:45 o'clock. Evangelistic service, 7:45 p. m. Monday evening the young people will sponsor u fellowship meeting in our church. Hev. Arthur Thornton, State Christ Ambassador President, will be present as the evening speaker. Groups from Columbus, (Marion and Delaware uie also ex| peeled. Everyone is invited. The i service begins ut 7 45 o'clock. AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 15.—The Texas Hygenic (Laboratory has begun a new service—typing of typhoid bacilli—the state health department announced. Purpose of the service is to assist in determining immunttlos where cases of typhoid fever are found. NO HUNTING (Contlnuno rrorn o*are M vehicle of self expression on the part of the child. .Unlil we know ^what he is trying to express, we "miss entirely the point of what he Is doing." Juvenile Court Judge Thomas Foley also told the council that in all his judicial experience he had never had a case of lawbreaking; which could be definitely traced to movie influence. Wanted: Miscellaneous 5 WANTED—Clover, timothy and. mixed hay. Gray Hay Co., Canal 4204, Marysville. FOR SALE—Circulating Dealer in good condition. 232 S. Maple St. PEARL BUTTONS ALWAYS "WORK." Nothing mechanical about Pearls to get out of order. No rust, no rotting of fabric un. derneath. And Pearl Buttons can always be matched. FOR SALE—Two-wheel trailer. Holds 1 ton, of coal. Good tires. C. J. Foust. Middk'burg, O. Automobiles for Sale 6 1941 BUICK four door sedan. Mod. 47, with radio, heater; low 'mileage, only 4200. H. I. Huffman & Co. Male Help Wanted 11 WANTED—Corn husktrs. George Harper, Dogleg Rd. Furnished Rooms 19 FOR RENT—Furnished room for sleeping. 704 W. Fifth St. Mi-Al'I.UTK IIHOS. liny the beat iind not often. EVANS MO1OU CO. The liill! Ki'rd u Ihe roomiest cur in the Low Priced Field. r.Mox coi'vrv I->:I>I:UAL SAVINGS A. LOAN Si e i; . f >r h niie>.-;. m "ivirs SANDWICH biio? We serve gooj coilee, all hours. If you ui predate yaUouiu: the a this Church TK1NITY LUTHERAN K. J. Gofdeking,(l'jstiir Divine wiU'ship in Uhs^ lun.i-iuafii-, 9.00 u. in. Si-rnum by Mr. Wilfivd Riiths, divinity bluJrut of. Capital University. Sunday school, 10.IK) a. in. Frank Mailer, superintendent. Divine \vi>i'iihip in the Kngliah laiWtai/,1-, 11:UO u. in. The teuuoii: "Alter Tlut, tho Judgment." S.jiijj service and choir lesiival Sui.duy evening ut 7:30 o'clock by Trinity's junior und senior choirs. I'rUcilla Heading Circle meeting iit the hi-iiif of M;». iliiiiiia Nu»l(i «m The undersigned absolutely forbid hunting, day or night, on lands owned or controlled by them. Violation of this order will bring prosecution as provided by law. Union County Fairground Frank M. Rupprecht Union County Home • Erne»t Nlcol Henry Vollrath Elaine Hall & Son C, J. & Minnie L. Gordon O.Z.Taylor John S. Wise A. B. Green W. C. Janes L. C. Reed Edward Ruprlght John Coleman French Amrlne Dr. Longbrtike & Young George Gecr Belt Bros. Holla Belt Edward Elrich J. H. Evans Luther Eirich Julius Kezerta John Ruprlght Lawrence A. Johnston C. L, Koerner August Bunsold Andrew Baker D. F. Blue Harry Schalip C. A. Claar Fred I-ash William Streng Gerhardt F. Nicol Mrs. Albert Moder Claud J. Forsythe G rover Kimbrough A. F. Bywater i. Son Ernest Buniold Frieda G. Edwards Lewis Scheiderer Alfred Hercheiihahn E. A. Blake Charles J. A. WANTED—Man to do carpenter work, at once, fnquire at Tribune. Houses, Apartments 20 FIVE-ROOM house, garage, large lot. West Center St., Milford Center. Phone 2622, or write P. O. Box 24. APT, 3, rooms, bath, 2nd floor, $15. East side. Phone Canal 4430. FOR RENT—3 or 4 room oparlment. A ,wlth bath. Call at' 310 W. Fourth" St. or phone Hilltop 4741. IF YOU ARE neat appearing, ambi- j DO UBLE and single rooms'for rent, tious and willing to learn Iho | Prlvate bath. Canal 4708. service station business, write us today giving us full particulars about yourself. We have a manager's Job open here in Marysville for the right man. Box 80, c/o Tribune. Good Things to Eat 15 POTATOES, apples and onions in storage at all times. Davidson'^ Farm Market, Bellefcntairie Rd. FURNISHED four-room apartment for rent. Canal 4708. FOR RENT—Nice six-room house, Magnetic Springs. Now vacant. Water, gas and electricity. $15 month. Write Josephine Burrowa, New Philadelphia, O. HURRY TO Ohio Qrchard for cider at lOc gallon in barrel'' lots and your favorite variety of apples j reasonably priced. Ohio Orchard, Milford Center. LARD—The most economical edible fat. In these days of rising prices you can save. by „, using Asman'a Pure Old-Faahloned Lard. The best money can buy. Ask your grocer for it. Horses $4.00, Cows $2.00 of size and condition Reverse Telephone Charge* Small animals removed promptly Union County Fertilizer Canal 4891 U*ry»vUle. O. E. G. Bucruieb, Itxc. A number of local sportsmen have made arrangements to gather at Heller's clutar store at 7:30 o'clock this everting to swop yarns concerning the first day of hunting. F. M. Van Ness left this morning for Massillon where he has accepted a position as assistant manager of the Conrad Hotel. City Treasurer Samuel G. Church letf today for a visit with his sister at bib- former home in Erie, Pa. j 20 YEARS AGO I Today was the opening of tho hunting season 'end several men were back in town early with their limit of 10 rabbits. A few hunter* got pheasants, but most of them failed to see any of the birds. Russell Hare, formerly of Marys- vtlle, but now associated with a prominent law firm in France, recently received his Doctor's Degree The next meeting of the Union from the University of Law in Paris. County Pomona Grange will b< | held in tho Liberty Grange Hull at Mrs. E. J. Evans, who has been Raymond on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. living in Montana for the piiit two Any Granger desirous of taking UK- yearn, arrived home last evening fifth degree will be given that up- Slid will bt» followed in a few days portunity by the Liberty Grunge de- by her huobaiid, E. J. Evans, who giee team at that tiius. Each family went too Harnsburg, Pa. on busi- is requested; to bring a covered ness. • «!»•>'• HORSES $4, COWS $2 Of Sixe and Condition — Call Belt Bros. Fertilizer \I*rysvllle Canal 4408 SEN. BARKLEY SUDDENLY ILL GRANGE NEWS MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 15.—Physicians blamed overwork and fatigue today for the fainting spell Sen. Alben W. Barkley, D., Ky., majority leader of the senate, suffered last night when he finished addressing the Tennessee Education Association at the municipal auditorium. The attack was brief. Physicians, after examining him, suid it was ''not serious" and ho had suffered no ill effects. Apparently fully recovered, Barkley went to bed at his hotel. Want li\4M KS III ICI

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