The Marion Star from Marion, Ohio on October 8, 1931 · 8
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The Marion Star from Marion, Ohio · 8

Marion, Ohio
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Thursday, October 8, 1931
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FAGB EIGHT THK WAR. MARIO. OHIO. THTMPAT. OCTOBKB a, Mtl PERSONALS LODGE NEWS ART, MUSIC CLUB AFFAIRS SOCIAL EVENTS CHURCH NOTES A PAGE FOR WOMEN READERS Shakespeare Study Club Opens Season with Luncheon at Inn A LUNCHEON meeting yesterday afternoon at Ringer's Inn with Mrs. Rodney B. Hume as hostess, marked the opening of the season of meetings of the Shakespeare Study club. The club has chosen to make a study of Shakespeare's historical play, "Henry VI,'' this year. Mrs. Filmore Toung, who was abroad last year and spent Shakespeare's birthday anniversary at his borne, Stratford-on-Avon, gave an interesting account of her travels In the Shakespeare country and to his home. MEMBERS of the Round Table club opened their season with a program session and tea yesterday afternoon at the home of the president, Mrs. J. II Harmon of 682 Bexley avenue. Mrs. J. Howard Swlnk contributed a group of poems from contemporary American poets and Mrs. R. T. Mullett contributed a paper on "White House Furniture." The club members are following a program of miscellaneous subjects this year and will Join with members of the Woman's Century club for a number of sessions at which guest speakers will be presented. Following the program hour Mrs. Harmon and members of the social committee, Mrs. W. O. Nip-pert, Mrs. J. Howard Swlnk, Mrs. H. T. Mullet and Mrs. W, F. Pasters served tea. The club will meet with the Woman's Century club Oct 20 at the home of Mrs. Hoover Brown of Mt Vernon avenue, at which Prof. ICE CREAM Is the Big Part of a Party. Prosperity or otherwise a party is not a party without that pure, delicious Bowe Ice Cream. BRICK BULK- MOULDS Ice Cream I'hone 4197. COURTEOUS SERVICE QUAIJTV MEATS AND GROCERIES. THOMPSON'S SERV-U-WEL .MARKET 18? W. Center St ' Phone 518J Free Delivery FRIDAY At BUEHLER'S 119 N. Main St Decker's Quality Pure "V" Lard 24C Lamb Chop ...19c Fresh Side Pork 15c Sliced Bacon . .23c 4 Center Cut Pork Steak . 15c Neck Bones 5c Link Sausage . .17c Veal Round Steak, boneless. .. 23c Choice Tender Sirloin Steak .. 19c LISTEN: Call 08 I i I 1 I 1 I A I 1 1 11 Where only the highest quality prevails! Phone 2644. F. G. Detwller, dean of men at Denlson university, will speak on "Psychology." HI Jinx Club Opens Heaaon Two tables were arranged for cards when members of the HI Jinx club opened their season last eve-fling at the home of Mrs. Virgil I)ye of Forest street First honors were presented Mrs. Harold Melster and Mrs. Paul Kyers. a truest of the club, received second honors. Lunch was served during the so cial hour. Plans -vers made for a business session tonight at the home of Mrs. John Jacoby of south Stats street and the next regular meeting in two weeks. Club Given Party for Mrs. Harold Fetter Mrs. Harold Fetter, the former Violet Doll, was surprised with a housewarmlng party at her new home on south Prospect street Tuesday evening by members of the Do De club. Bridge and a social time were enjoyed. A potluck supper was served. Guests were Misses Janice Zach-mnn, Minerva McMurray, Nadlne Knachel, Dorothy Blake, Ruth Stanley and Virginia Ballcntlne. Club Plana for Hallowe'en Party The annual Hallowe'en party of the H and T club will be Oct. 26 at the home of Mrs. Maude Dillon of Mt Vernon avenue, according to plans mads at a meeting yesterday afternoon with Mrs. C. C. Robinson of 400 Lee street. Mrs. William Metz and Mrs. Ethel Richards won first and second contest honors, following an afternoon spent socially and with BAUME BENCUfi (pronounced Ben-Gay) quickly relieves the knifelike psin or "crick" in the back due to lumbago or Mcro-fliac duforbance. Its penetrating quality stimulates circulation, lesteni congestion and soothes the irritated nrrve. Iti exceptional pain-relieving propertici bring Immediate comfort. Good fot every pain of nerve and muscle! t Atfc for f . Ben-Gay Accept No Substitutes HATS That take years off your age uneven lines small brims feminine shape s many new ones just received. 121 W. Center St No. 1 Homegrown Potatoes 75c bushel DELIVERED Michigan Hand Picked Soup Beans 10 lbs. for 45c Always Fresh Oysters 55c qt., 30c pt. LUTZ MARKET 158 Jf. Main St rhone 4184. We Deliver. Dry Cleaners 128 S. Stale St. sewing. Mrs. Ralph Augenst n as- sisted the hostess in serving luncb to me roernDcrs ana a guest, alias Esther Wise. Mrs. Wiiiiam Metz of Green Camp will entertain the club in two weeks. ... Club Is Entertained Eva and Vera Dyke entertained the T. W. club at their home on Cass avenue Saturday night. Plans were made for a Hallowe'en party Oct. 24 at the home of Euelah Siders of Lee street. Theo Davis and Mildred France were enrolled as members. Club will meet in two weeks with Beatrice Wilhclm of Cass avenue. Officer are Beulah Siders, president. Vera Dyke, vice president, Garnet trance, secretary and Dorothy Llndxay, treasurer. ... Wee Itrldge Club Enrolls Memliers Mrs. A. W, Cook was enrolled as a member of the Wee Bridge club at a meeting yosterday afternoon at which Mrs. Knute Nordquest of Thew avenue was hostess. Mrs. J. A. liurgin and Mrs. Ralph DeVer were guests. Three tables were arranged for cards, with honors going to Mrs Uurgin and Mrs. Clifford McCoy. Mrs. DeVer and Mrs. Walter Mel- by won second honors. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her daughter Dora. IlUHbanda of members will be guests at a Hallowe'en masquerade party Oct. 21 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Normun Conkle of Thew avenue. Dinner Opens Club Scaaun A 6 o'clock dinner meeting yes terday at the home of Mrs. Oscar Lusch of Harding Highway E., opened the season for the Y. M. E. club. Annual election of officers were held, with the following results: Mrs. Fred Warner, president; Mrs. Joseph Kerr, vice president; Mrs. frank Stanley, secretary- treasurer. The guessing box was awarded Mrs. John Gano. Mrs. George Bensley was entertained as guest. The club will meet Oct. 21 with Mrs. a. W. Kette of Hane ave nue. . Mr. and Mrs. Muthlas Entertain Social Club Four t&hlflja wprct fillArl fnr nrrv. Kressive euchre when members of the Goldenrod club were enter tained last evening by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mathlas at their home on south Prospect street. First honors were awarded Mrs. A, D. Fetty and Rosa Wertz. Mrs, A. N. Tonguett and Charles Swisher won second honors. Refresh ments were served by tha hostess. Mr. ana Mrs. Fetty will entertain in iwo wccks at their home on Uhlcr avenue. . Mrs. w. F. Fowler Wins Contest Honor Honors In a guessing contest conducted at a meeting of the Su-perba club yesterday afternoon with Mrs. George P. Keeselrlng of east Church street, were won by Mrs. W. F. Fowler. Mrs. Matthew Glnder won the second award. A short business session followed an RESTFUL SLEEP for FRETFUL, FEVERISH CHILD With Castoria's regulation When wour child tosses and cries out of his sleep, It means he Is not comfortable. Very often the trouble Is that poisonous waste matter la not being carried off n it .hu be. Bowels need help mild, genua help but effective. Just the kind Castorla Elves. rn.t.ia t. . pure vegetable preparation made Hpeciauy ror children's ailments. It contains no harsh. h mi fill drugs, no narcotics. Don't let your cnna srest and your own be Interrupted. A promnt dose nf r. torla will urge stubborn little bowels to act Then relaxed comfort and restful sleep! Genuine Castorla always hns the name: CASTORIA Always Bargains At A. B. Thompson & Son CASH GROCERY 80S Hellefontalne rhone 2,ftt Mustard, - f Quart 1C Salad Dressing, flfi Quart ZlfC Powdered r Sugar yC Corn, Good e Grade UlC Flakes IOC Prunes, u lie 5 3iC afternoon of needlework. Miss Edna Keeselrlng assisted ber mother In serving lunch. Mrs. Charles Pierce will be hostess to the club In two weeks. Auxiliary Entertains. Members of Eclipse FavorlU No. 40, auxiliary Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Englnemen entertained the Brotherhood at a wiener roast last night In Druids hall. In the afternoon the auxiliary met at the hall and played cards. Several guests were present last night. Both groups will meet in one week. Reports on Meeting. Mrs. Marjorle Cole, district representative, gave a report of a grand temple meeUng at Marietta last month, at a meeting of Marlon Temple No. 381, Pythian Sisters, last night In Knights of Pythias temple. The meeting was well attended, with several visitors. Church Guild Meets. Miss Ethel Shearer was a guest of the Westminster guild of Forest Lawn Presbyterian church at a meeting Tuesday night with Mrs. Robert Roberts of south Grand avenue. The guild voted to change its meeting time to tha second Tuesday In each month. Miss Anne Marie O'Dowd won first honors in a contest. Miss Phyllis Rueger was consoled. A meeting will be held Nov. 10 with Miss Hazel Fall of 216 Jefferson street. W. R. C. Meets. Plans were completed for entertaining delegates and guests .to the district convention held yesterday at the meeting of the Woman's Relief corps Tuesday afternoon in the Legion dugout. Following the meeting the members went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Crisslngcr of Dlx avenue where they attended a reception honoring the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Crisslnger. The next meeting will be in two weeks. League Meets. GALION, Oct. 8 The various bowling teams of tha city league opened their fall season last night with a business meeting held at Halslet's recreation parlors. The following officers were elected president, A D. Diamond; secretary, F. E. Bernard; treasurer, E. H. Herr. Teams In the league are Blanchl drugs. Globe clothing, Hockstra coal, Lake Gallon, Buckeye dairy and Hohawk tiros. Arthur Brubane't Today ConUnued from Fage One with which we are to resist and subdue the calamity." IT MAT COMFORT you a little, perhaps persuade you that the end of the world has not yet come, to learn that what you read above was published in Harper's Weekly on Oct. 10, 1857, seventy-four years ago. In spite of all that gloom, and various Civil war panics that followed It, the United States did come back. And it will come back again, more prosperous than ever, more Intelligent. Also let us hope that Intelligence will take the form of forbidding high financial crooks to dump tens of millions of shares of worthless stocks on the gambling public. ONE philosophical person, making the best of other men's troubles, says the depression will be good for the United States, "rousing us from our lethargy." It will stir up new Ideas, new resources, and that will be history repeating Itself. Our ancestors a million years ago lived In a constant "depression." Their teeth wers too feeble to compete with thg wolf, their nails not strong enough to compete with the panther's claws. They could not climb away from danger like the monkey, or fly away from it like the bird. Therefore they had to use their brains. And on that necessity all our progress Is based. In the present emergency only thinking, planning and working are essential to the success that can be found as well In a depression as at any other time. The man of 1U31 requires the qualities that Voltaire attributed to himself In a letter to d'Argcntal: "I am subtle as an reel, lively as a lizard and Industrious as a squirrel." It is well also to be as thoughtful as an elephant and as persistent as a spider. It no longer suruces to do vice president of a trust company, swell out your chest and say, solemnly, "I suppose so." TEACHERS SUBMIT LABOR RESOLUTION By Thr AmM-lat4 Pms VANCOUVER, B. C, Oct 8-Ex-horted by speakers to take up the "big stick" and "compel" congress to relieve unemployment under threat of political reprisal, the American Federation of Labor convention went to work today on the controversial Issues before It Saflent in the grist of resolutions up for discussions was one Introduced by Miss Florence Curtis Hanson of the Teachers' Federation. This resolution would put the federation on record with a demand for government employment assurance; work Insurance financed by state and federal sid; creation of a large reserve fund to support the unemployed In crisis; shorter working hours: state control of Industry, and a "long range" plan of public works. I Varied Program Arranged for 2-Day Session of Ohio Central District Club Women Here JTALKS by state and district officers, a guest artists' program, breakfast, luncheons and a banquet make up the program for the two-day conference arranged for members of the Central district, Ohio Federation of Women's clubs, which will convene hers Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. ConvenUon headquarters will be at Hotel Harding where the banquet, luncheons and breakfast will be served while the Tuesday afternoon session and concert will be presented In tha main auditorium of the First Presbyterian church. Mrs. Carroll D. Conard of Mt. Ver non, district president will preside Club Institute The session Tuesday will open at 10:30 a m. with a club institute at Hotel Harding, In charge of Mrs Earl B. Padgett of Gallon, state chairman of club Institutes. The work of the adult the blind will be presented by Mrs. G. R. Horner of Columbus, state chairman. Talks will be given during the luncheon which will be served at 12 o'clock. Mrs. Burton W. Jones of Troy, vice president of the Ohio Federation of Women's clubs, will give a talk on "Offenders," Mrs. Harriet B. Stuart of Bucyrus will ba heard in a 10-minute talk on general topics and Mrs. W. H. Sharp of Columbus, past state president of the state federation will discuss "Ohio Histories." An organ prelude by Mrs. Harry T. Williams will open the after noon session at 1:30 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church. Assem bly singing, the salute to the flag and the Invocation spoken by Rev. Howard L. Olewiler will be followed by greetings extended from the local federation by Mrs. Harold K. Mouser president of the Marlon County Federation of Women's clubs. The response will be made by Mrs. D. O. Thompson of Coshocton, president of the Coshocton federation. . President To Be Hera Mrs. W. H. Schwartz of Portsmouth, head of the state federa-tion will deliver her president's message at this session and music will Include a trio number. Mrs. D. C. Bryant of Columbus, will give a talk on legislation and Mrs. Carrington T. Marshall of Columbus, district commltteewoman, will speak on "Law Observance.' An address on "American Citizenship." by Mrs. Grover C. Snyder, district commltteewoman. will close the program which will be followed by the planting of a tree st the Hard-Ing memorial, and tea at the home of Mrs. Ray R. King on Mt. Vernon avenue. The planting of the tree will be In charge Of Mrs. Alfred Donlthen, district chairman of conservation. Eight Boy Scouts will serve as a guard for the tree and Mrs. Clarence L. Rutherford, soloist, will sing "Trees," Music for the reception at the King home will be furnished hv a string quartet composed of Ml?s Clara Leffler, T. R. Evans, Clarence Hffley and Irey Halt A quartet composed of Miss DEBATE IS FEATURE OF CHURCH MEETING A debate, "Resolved: that men are more efficient than women in the promotion of interest in missions" was a feature of the open meeting held by the Woman's Society of Trinity Baptist church last night In the church parlors. Members of the congregation were guests and served as judges for the debate. The decision was awarded the affirmative side which was presented by Clyde Smith. Mrs, A G. Spring and Mrs. William Drake championed the negative side of the question. Mrs. Gerald Roberts conducted ths devotional service which opened the meeting and Mrs. Z. P. Pavls. accompanied at the piano by Mrs. H. F. Pulsford, sang a solo. Refreshments were served by members of Group J of which Mrs. Hayes Holland Is chairman. The next meeUng will be Nov. S at which time tha annual election of officers will ba held. Safe Pleasant Way To Lose Fat How would you like to lose 15 pounds of fat in a month and at the same time Increase your energy and improve your health? How would you like to lose a load of unhealthy fat that you don't need and dop't want and at the same time feel better than you have lor years 7 How would you like to lose your double chin and your too prominent hips and at the same time make you look so attractive that you'll compel admiration? How would you like to get your weight down to normal and at the same time develop that urge for ac tivity mat makes work a pleasure ana also gain in ambition and keen nrss of mind? Get on the scales today and see how much you weigh then set an 85 cent bottle of Kruschen Salts wmcn will last you for 4 weeks. Take one half teasnoonful in a glass of hot water before breakfast every morning cut out pastry and fatty meats go light on potatoes butter, cream and sugar and when you have finished the contents ot this first bottle weigh yourself again. Now you will know the pleasant way to lose unsightly fat and you'll also know that the 6 salts of Kruschen heve presented you with glorious health. Leading druggists America over sell Kruschen Salts vou can always get It at Hennev A rw,n.r'. Try one bottle if nit supremely satisfied money back. Adv. i Madeline Dunlap, Mrs. Earl N. Hale, Harwood Taylor and John Lacey, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Harry T. Williams, will be presented In a vocal program during the banquet which Is to be served at 6:30 o'clock at Hotel Harding. Talks will be contributed by Mrs. E. Arnett Smith of Lake-wood, who will discuss "What Literature Can Do For You," and Mrs. H. K. Mouser whose subject will be "Five Important Points In Community Music." A reception honoring Mrs. W. H Schwartz, Mrs. B. W. Jones, the guests end the visiting delegates will follow the artists recital which will be presented at 8:30 o'clock in the First Presbyterian church. Recital Plans Arrangements for the recital, which will be a joint presentation under the auspices of the federation and Lecture-Recital club, are in charge of Mrs. Clarence L. Rutherford and Mrs. J. A. Lett. Ushers for the evening will be members of the Lecture-Recital club and members of the Literary Arts club. A breakfast at Hotel Harding Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock will be featured by club and federation reports and the program will open at 9:30 o'clock with assembly singing led by Mrs. J. M. Bowman of Columbus, music chairman of the Central district "Public Instruction," will be discussed by Mrs. C. C. Gross of Columbus, and Mrs. Fred G. Craig of Columbus will discuss the junior club work of the state. A group of songs by Mrs. Carl Patterson of Coshocton will be followed by the general federation director's report by Mrs. Schwartz and Dr. Josephine L. Pcirce of Lima, former state president "Some Bar- RESINOL WAY TO GET RID OF PIMPLES Cleanse the skin and rid trie pore of clogging impurities with Res' inol Soap, then apply Resinol Ointment to heal the sore, inflamed pimples. This simple treatment used daily, haachanged many a coarse, blotchy, seemingly hope-leas skin into one that is clear, smooth,-and naturally lovely. Your druggist sells Resinol Soap and Ointment. Buy them today. You will find them invaluable for all kinds of Skin disorders. SAMPLE FREE: Write Resinol, Department 42-C, Baltimore, Md. WILLIAMS rhone 6133 812 Bennett St Oats, 55 Oz. 1 Qn Pkg Xi7C Cocoa, Op Lb. rkg AOt' Freeh Side, Lab Smoked Ham Center Cut Lb. 29c Ice Cream Quarts riers In the Way of Progress In Public Education," will be discussed by Superintendent George A Bowman of the city schools, which will close the session. The conference will close with a Pan-American luncheon honoring M:s. W. JJ. Harder, chairman of the fine arts department of the General Federation of Women's clubs and Miss Ema Gonzales of Chile, a student at Ohio State university. The topic will be, "Who Is My Neighbor?" Mrs. A. W. Elliott of Mt Vernon will preside as conference secretary. Delegates will be In attendance from Franklin, Coshocton, Delaware, Holmes, Knox, Licking, Marlon, Morrow and Muskingum counties. Women Can Have Velvety Skin Just try this new wonderful face powder, MELLO-GLO. Spreads smoothly and p-events large pores Blends naturally with any complexionstays on longer. MELLO-GLO is purest and finest face powder made its coloring matter approved by United States government Fresh, youthful never dries skin or makes it look flaky. Get MELLOGLO. Uhler-Phlllips, Hen-ney & Cooper. Adv. New and Used Pianos Special Low Prices During October H. Ackerman Piano Co. 148 S. Main St. COMING NEXT WEEK VESTA LEE DODSOfJ SPECIAL DUBARRY REPRESENTATIVE will be THE ENTIRE WEEK OF OCT. 12TH Bring your beauty problems to her. She will gladly advise and prescribe treatments. Stump & Sams Pharmacy 121 So. Main St. Marion, 0. SERV-U-WEL FLOUR 2412 Lb. Sack 47" Isaly's Special This Week MAPLE xTT VANILLA BLUE MOON Ice Cream Bricks 3 layer Yanilla-Chocolate-Strawberry Vanilla and Strawberry French Vanilla Sold at All Isaly Dealers or Plant The Isaly Dairy Attend Rally. Rev. and Mrs. Carl V. Roop 8nj a number of women of the Fir-i United Brethren church, went to Bucyrus this morning to attend a district Woman's Missionary ai. sociation rJly. Among the speakers for today are Mrs. B. F. Shiveiv of Japan and Mrs. Pauline Keck of Dayton, daughter of Rev. and Mm O. E. Knepp, formerly of Manoa. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoner cf Waldo had as guests Wednesday Mrs. Grace Dingham of Shreve-port, La., and Mrs. OUie Carpentfr and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tweedle and family of Marion. i at our store 1 Cov 199 W. Center St.

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