The Marion Star from Marion, Ohio on October 9, 1931 · 12
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The Marion Star from Marion, Ohio · 12

Marion, Ohio
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Friday, October 9, 1931
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THB STAR. MARION OBia FKIDAT, OCTOBER t. 1WL PACK THKlVE M . -J i 51 ijj ill CITY BRIEFS Servient Today The funeral of John Richard Hines. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mollis H. Hines of 562 Herman street, wag conducted today at 2 p. m. at the W. C. Boyd funeral home on south Main jstreet. Kev. J. W. Schillingcr of Emanuel's Lutheran church was in charge. Burial wu made in the Caledonia cemetery. Manley Service Funeral ser-viccs for Warner Manley who died Tuesday at his home on Railroad tttreet, were conducted yentcrday at 10:30 a. m. at the M. H. Gunder funeral home on west Center street, with Rev. S. P. Porter of Kmmanuel Baptist church officiating. Burial was made ki Marion cemetery. I'lt-aches f uneral Rev. W. Mar-tell George of Wesley M. E, church Is in Lima today to preach the funeral of Alhert Mechllng at 2 p. m. Mr. Mechling was a former parlshoner of Rev. Mr. George. In Bible School Claude 8. Dayton of 430 Windsor street has enrolled in a course of Bible study at Moody Bible Institute In Chicago. Methods of Christian work and special training in gospel music are included in the course. Mr. Dayton is a member of Ep-wortli M. E. church. Win Honors Mrs. P. J. Cleveland and Jack Sclanders won honors In the weekly card parly given last night in Eagles hall by the ladles auxiliary to Buckeye Aerie No. 337. Twelve tables were filled. Second honors went to Mrs. Charles Cusler and Walter Kegg. Adds Optical Department- The May Jnwelry Tladlo Co. at 120 STONEWARE JARS OF ALL SHAPES, SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS All Guaranteed Firsts No Culls H.O.Crawbaugh Hardware US N. Main St l east Center street has added an ontlcal department in charge of C. M. Bookwalter. a registered op tometrist, it was announced today by Sol Freed, manager. j STEWART BANNER, 1 0, ILL 10 WEEKS, DIES Son of Automobile Company President Passes Away in Hospital. Stewart Danncr, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Panner of 664 Gir-ard avenue, died today at 8:30 a. m. at St. Vincent's honpltal in Toledo. The boy, who had been ill for the last 10 weeks and had not entered school this fall, was removed to the hospital this week. An X-ray examination yesterday afternoon showed a tumor on the brain. He was born Oct. 19, 1920. Besides his parents, he lewves two brothers and two sisters, Cieo, Gloria, Jack and Junior. Ills father is president and general manager of tho Dinner Buick Co, He was a student at tho Pearl street school last year. The body was brought to Marion today. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Important Announcements Something of Interest in Every Line I Dancing lessons anytime. Private or class. Phone 2276. Schwinger. SLAYERS' APPEALS BEFORE OHIO COURT BUCYRUS, Oct. 9Appeals of Blanton and Walter Ralls to escape death In the electric chair for the slaying of Sheriff George Davenport of Crawford county were presented the state supreme court yesterday by attorneys. No date was act for the decision in the case. rciEmTw.wKB!i'.iiiiaro7 COMPACTS BY LUCIEN LELONG Entirely different from any you have ever seen. Triced As Low As $1.50 The Spaulding Bros. Co. Willis W. Spaulding Next to Marion Theatre WestinghOUSe Automatic WAFFLE IRON Regular $14.50 Value SPECIAL Sg95 95c Down; Balance $1.00 Per Month C.,D. &M. Electric Co, No Other Dollar Buys As Much As the the Dollar You Spend for Electric Service. Food Sale, United Market, Sat 8 a. m.. Willing Workers, Church of Brethren. Don't forget the D. A. V. For-Gct-Ue-Nct drive, Sat., Oct. 10th, DELEGATES HOME AS MEETING ENDS Wisconsin Fancy Full Cream Cheese 9c each. THE ISALY ITTOWN STORE. Luncheon, 11 a. m. to 1 p, m, cafeteria supper 5 to 7 p. nx. First Presbyterian church, Saturday, Oct 10th. Dr. C. J. Altmaier has moved his offices to 338 W. Center, two doors west of Interurban Station. Druids' euchre party, Sat. eve, 8:30. A dm. 15, Public welcome. Kenton District Convention of Missionary Society Held Here. Delegates to the Kenton district meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the Presbyterian church, held here this week, had returned to their homes today. Mra. Ft. C. McNeil of Kenton, district president, was among the speakers. Ilev. C. A. Cumbrlng of Rich-wood led the devotions opening the session Wednesday morning. Mrs. Kdlth Torrencp of Marlon gave an address of welcome, to which Mro. McNeil responded. Miss Katherine Klliston of Sidney spoke on the Old ladles' home at Sidney, O., speaking from her knowledge of the work there. Mrs. J. C. Graham of Rushsylvania and Mrs. A. Pat-teison of Crestline, president of four districts, spoke. The afternoon session Included reports and a talk by Miss Anna Dennig of Marlon, national treasurer, Miss Hess Johnson of Bucy-rus, state Presbyterian worker and Miss Klliston who spoke of her experiences as a nurse In Porto Rico. Mrs. Patterson closed the meeting with a talk "Echoes from the Biennial In Pittsburgh." Officers were not elected, and the 1932 meeting place was not named. Court News RAIL NOTES Adams Here Harry Adams of Horncll, N. Y., formerly superintendent of the Kent division of tho Erie railroad with offices In Marion, is visiting In Marion for a day or two. Mr. Adams is now assistant general manager of the eastern district of the Eric, On Vacation W. L. Huntsman of 40t Avondale avenue, foreman of the Chesapeake at Ohio roundhouse here, is spending a vacation in Arkansas with part of his family. Chicago Excursion An excursion to Chicago will be run this week-end by the Erie railroad with trains leaving" Marlon Saturday at 7:22 p. m. and Sunday at 3:03 a. m. The last return.tratn from Chicago at excursion rates will be Sunday at 10:20 p. m. RURAL PHONE USERS TO ASK RATE CUI A movement to obtain a eduction in rates for rural telephone service In Marlon county ia under way, It was announced today by J. W. Burtsfleld of the Marlon-Bucy-rus pike. A petition asking the Ohio Associated Telephone Co. reduce its rural rate from $2 to $1.50 a month is now being , circulated in the northern part of the county, Burtsfleld said. When 300 signers have been obtained, the petition will bo presented to the company Burtsfleld said the petition has been circulated among rural subscribers for the last three weeks. Grunts Judgments In journal entries in tne case of C. D. Schaffner, receiver for the Citizens' Building & ioan Co., against J. W. Thew and others, Judge George B. Scofield in common pleas court yesterday granted judgment to the receiver for $7,476.19 against J. W. Thew, Elza W. Boyer and Anna Belle Boyer; judgment for J. E. Faulkner against J. W. Thew for $7,500; judgment to Kenneth Osborne against Elza W. Boyer for $118.75, and judgment to the Commercial Bank of Marion against J. W. Thew for $554.29. Ordered Into Court Francis Mackan has been ordered by Judge George B. Scofield in common pleas court to appear Oct 14 to show cause why he should not bo cited for contempt of court. According to a statement filed with the court yesterday by Ruby Mackan, the court ordered Francis Mackan to pay her $30 monthly for the support of their child, payments beginning April 12, ' 1929. Since that time, Mackan has paid only $90, she charges. The statement was filed through the law firm of Carhart, Warner A Carhart. (let Judgment Judgment for $1,48840 against John Melvin and others, on an overdue mortgage loan, was granted Ihe Marion "Building, Savings & I-oan Co. by Judge George B. Sco field in common pleas court yes terday. 9 New Fall ATT TO U4r. Colors and mite pt" if On Sale TOMORROW , Light and Dark Patterns Vlenty of WHITE BROADCLOTHS (Cellophane Wrapped) Plain Color Broadcloths Novelty Crystal Weaves Woven Figured Bromlclotlis Woven Madrases, etc, etc. Every Shirt Guaranteed CHOICE $ All Sizes 131 to 18 Fast Colors Permanent Fit SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS KtEINMAIERTS Hew lecatica HlH3f. Main St. HERE'S A TIP! 3 Rules for Defendant Judgment for the plaintiff against Adam and Sarah Spring for $1,325 was ordered In common pleas court yesterday In the case of the Home Building, Savings & Ian Co. against Adam Spring and others. Foreclosure Action The Home Building, Savings & Loan Co. was granted judgment for $2,709.80 against Norton R. Hildreth and Clara Hildrcth, In ! common pleas court yesterday. Judgment was granted by Judge George B. Scofield In a foreclos ure action brought by the savings and loan company. Files Demurrer rVo.nlnn that Via fnttm nialttA In 1L. llll -J nnl nnnaflhlta A 1 cause of action, Jacob G. Leffler, defendant In an action brought in common pleas by William T. Jones to collect damages for an alleged breach of option, filed a demurrer In common pleas court yesterday asking that the action be dimlssed. He is represented by the law firm of Guthery, Strelltz & Guthcry. SPECIALS in the Men's Shop for Saturday SALE OF SOX Usual 35c Quality Fancy Rayons. New Marls nr and Spaced Figures tJj 2 pri. 45c HAND-MADE TIES Regular $150 Silks in new patterns. With silk tips. Now vl ENRO FCY. SHORTS They're $1 Quality Madras and fancy Broadcloths at 7oc TRACK TOG SHIRTS Aeain! Those Elastic Rib Athletic Shirts. 50c everywhere 39c BLUE WORK SHIRTS Better in every way! Extra Sine and Triple Pj Stitched DDL LT. WT. RAINCOATS Weigh but a few ounces. Rubberiied. Special at S2.95 BEST VALUES ALWAYS Is a Great Value-Price in Our Great Suit Stock! KLEMMAIER'S AT KLEINMAIER3 JWWha - HI-MI f. Mmm H. cm 7tamet foir F cm Speaking of Quality and Style Onus '$1&7S Biresses Have Both It U little wonder that Marion women are thrilled to find such high grade Frocks at so sensible a price New models are always arriving to make this collection interesting. Dresses for every Fall occasion SILK AFTERNOON FROCKS Presses featuring new sleeve treatment, new necklines all the new fall shades. Woolen Frocks in plain colors, novelty weaves and fancy mixtures. V Ti iter Silk DrcMcs in trim tailored styles, also Wool Jerey Frocks, new and captivating ctyle. Moet outstanding values at $9.7j. COATS Styled For Your Type Coats are perfectly stunning this fall with their new sleeve treatments, slim stunning lines, elegant furs and handsome materials. The materials are handsome spongy woolen s a3 well as the fine smoother materials. Fvery Coat is fashioned correctly and superbly tailored. Black popular colors and mixtures. e invite your inspection of these wonderful Coats. . Mm tm if I iif?i j fg(B7! Choose Your Coat W hile Variety Is Best mm Smart to wear with Autumn Sweaters and Rlouses. These skirts are in plain colored or flecked woolens, brown, green and navy. Mw Laee Blomises FAVORED BY FASHION Lace Bloues Very smart new styles are featured at Flat Crepe and Crepe Satins, all pure silk quality yd. Mallinson's Transparent Velvets exquis-ite quality, blacks, greens CO and browns Printed Woolnaire Crepe, at- jCs tractive new fall patterns..,. yd. Featherweight Woolens Crepes and Nov. cities, 54 inches G y(J wide Mw Fall Mate With a Smart Tilt Extra Special Group Offered Saturday Charming new I Tats juct arrived in time for Saturday's sellinc Hats that would regularly sell at $..00. Grouped with some Hats from our own stock formerly selling up to $.".00. NEW COLORSNEW STYJ.ES NEW TRIMS Most Extraordinary Values at it k DOMESTICS $1.00 12V2c vd. BLEACHED OL'TING 27 inch, 8c yard 13 yds. for FANCY OI TLNG Light and dark, 36 inch BLANKETS Fart wool Single (21 hrt Blankets, pastel colors, size 70x80 01. UU cach COMFORT BATTS 4 lb., 0- Quilted Balls 0Jt each SHEETS Mohawk, hemstitched, size 8190 A. B. C. PRINTS in new Pajama patterns .' -s-tv vj $1.00 19c Kayseir's Fir&Ibirk Gloves PULL-ONS OF COURSE Kayser's New Fabric Gloves A new arrival. These are hand sewn. Shown CI in brown, black or tan. Triced at - "ONYX" HOSE Service or Chiffon Weights, the wanted fall shades $1.00 Quality, We Know, Is Worth Just New Things Here and There DIARIES 3 year Diaries in blue, lavender, black, green, red and gold, imported leather. Kf) $2.00 to $3.00 quality iJ..tFV PILLOW CASES Stamped Pillow Cases, Lady Pep-percll quality, size 42x36, fiQf $1.00 quality at pr. MEN'S SHIRTS A new shipment of men's plain StS SLOP, $1.50, $1.95 LINENS NAPKINS-A11 Linen Hemstitched 25 C Napkins STEVEN'S CRASH-AI1 Linen CI Of) quality, 6 yds. for tJl.W TABLECLOTHS, all Linen CI () quality, 60x80 tfA.WV JAPANESE BRIDGE What It Costs No More, No Less r n

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