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March 12, 1963

Lancaster Eagle-Gazette from Lancaster, Ohio · Page 14

Lancaster, Ohio
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Tuesday, March 12, 1963
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NOUNE KOCH, Laboratory Technician at Laneatter.Fairfield County Hotpital, points out the many advantages of having the new microscope for use at the local hospital, when in many tests "time" is an all important factor. The microscope is the most recent equipment purchase of Hospital Twig 5, now launched-on their 1963 project, the annual Vacation Auction to be held in Moose Hall the evening of March 26. At left is Mrs. George Jones, 1151 Sycamore Drive -and Mrs. Robert Drew, 1036 Pleas- antvillt Road, both members of Twig 5. ' OSU Alumnae Club At Hodson Home The March meeting of the Ohio State University Alumnae Club was held at the home of Mrs. Charles Hodson, 735 Lanre- co Blvd. Dessert was served at eight o'clock and a social hour w a s enjoyed by 17 members. Mrs. Hodson was assisted by Mrs. Wayne Woodyard and M i s s Helen Hedges. The brief business session was conducted by the president Mrs. Donald Hobbs. It '.was pointed out that March 15 is the deadline for presenting names of a n y students who might .be interested and eligible to apply for admission to Ohio State University's Scholarship Houses during the coming year. ' ·. '· The Alumnae Clubs are vitally interested in these Houses and through them many girls are being helped toward a college education. The group was also reminded of the Alumnae Council's tpring meeting on April 27. Mrs. Hobbs appointed the following nominating committee to report at the April meeting: Mrs. Herbert George, chairman, Mrs. Thomas Alfred and Mrs. Don Boone. The program chairman, Mrs. Wayne Woodyard presented guest speaker Mrs Lois Fricker, probation officer for Fairfield County Juvenile Court She told the group about the interesting historical background of the beginning of the Juvenile Court in Fairfield County, which goes back to 1909. Mrs. Fricker also discussed many of the causes of delinquency, as she sees'them as the result of her years of experience with youth. It is disturbing to note that children are appearing in court at younger age than in past--now, instead of being 15, they are often only 12 to -13 years of age when they become the concern of the court. Limitations of the court were carefully explained, and t h e great need for a Diagnostic Center or Detention Home was emphasized. A question and answer period followed the interesting talk. SHOP KING'S FOR QUALITY FURNITURE AT DISCOUNT PRICES FREE PARKING LOT WIST OP STORI Home League Has Program Meeting T h e Salvation Army Home League Ladies held their Educational meeting on March 7th titled "What Every Woman Should Know About Trading Stamps". Mrs. Margeurite King opened the devotional part of the meet ing with the'Singing of "Count Your Blessings." The scripture taken from Psalm 93:1 thru 6 was read by Mrs. 'Ruth Bowland. Invocation was given by Mrs. Eva Miller and "Treasure Wise" was read-from the-Home League Lead er by Mrs. King. The educational . part of the meeting was taken- up with reports and articles given on trading stamps by Mrs. King, Mrs. Miller, . and Carolyn Harmon. Open discussion brought out many opinions. The benediction -was given by Mrs. Bowland. Attending. the meeting were Mrs. : King, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Bowland, Miss Harmon, Mrs. Ida Bailey, Mrs. Etta Hysell, Mrs. Nellie Holmes, Mrs. Nellie Wilson, Mrs. Alice Lecrone, Miss Norma Willis, and Miss Floria Courtright The Salvation Army is a mem her agency of the United Appeal. KASHMIR DISPUTE CALCUTTA, India (AP)--Indian and Pakistani negotiators met today for a fourth round of talks on the Kashmir dispute. The previous talks ended with each government proposing partition of Kashmir State along a line unacceptable to the other. India now controls the most important two-thirds of the disputed Hima- lyan state. YOU CAN HAVE THAT NEW KITCHEN YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED wHt. a LOW-COST HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN! s no ifHprowufWffr too 9000 TOT y our hofno · · . ond thofVs no bettor way. to. AMMO ,H th*n wHfc of OMT \tftt co»t punk. Simply OOCKM on fiw yoei wish to imfco » . ; . 9** *"· '*TM"*to ot TTIO wra tho MOOT . . . THOU soo us tor two mowty yotil nood. H tokos JM* · tow mioutos; apply today! LANCASTER, OHIO Calendar TUESDAY, MARCH U Community Concert Association preeents Don Cos- ·ack Chorus, 8:15 p.m., Auditorium Theater, Newark. Sewing Guild, First Methodist Church, 9:30 a.m. for all day sewing; take sack lunch. Lancaster Rose Club, 8 p.m. Thomas Ewing School cafeteria. Harold H. Allen, Chil- Ikothe, guest speaker. Phitathe* Class, Maple St B.U.B. Church, 7:30 pjn. in church parlor; Mrs. Cecil Heath, chairman. Fair-field Unit No. 11, American Legion Auxiliary, 8 at Legion Home; refreshments. Knights Templar and ladies ·will have covered dish dinner 6:30 p.m. at Masonic Temple. Pythian Sisters meet 7:30 p.m. in K of P Hall. Miss Emma Pairan. hostess. North School P.T.A., 7:30 p.m. in school's multipur- purpose room. . Tallmadge School PTA will have annual " S p r i n g Open House" 7:30 p-in. in multi-purpose room. Parents urged to attend. Young-At-Heart sewing and shuffle board group, 10 a.m. at Y; take sack lunch; (book review by Mrs. Harry Rawlins is scheduled for March 26 meeting). Past Councillors Club. wiM meet 7:30 pm. with Mrs. George Jasper, 539 E.. Mulberry St East Hillside Literary Club will meet 7:30 pjm. with Mrs. George Ent, 432 E. Fifth Ave. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 Nee Epsilon Sigma" members meet 6' p.m. at YM- YWCA Building for out-of- town tour. Fairfield Salon, Eight and Forty, 8 p.m. at Boyer's Party Room. Hostesses Mrs, E. R. Jewell, Mrs. Paul White, Mrs. N e v a Kaumeyer and Mrs. Murray Arnold. Pre-Natal class (1st in series of 2), 8 in cafeteria dining room at Lanoaster- FairfieM C o u n t y H ospital; open to all prospective parents of this area. Order of Rainbow for Girls will meet 7:30 pjn. Masonic Temple. Balloting. Miss Carol Davis, W. A. Progressive Literary Club will meet 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. W. 0. Beery, 634 E. Chestnut St Guiding Hands, OCCL, 8 p. m. at home of Mrs. Daniel Rudisille, Buffer Ave.; Mrs. Phillip Gant. speaker. Hour long program of sacred music at First Presbyterian Church, starting at 8:30 p.m. and open to the public with reception to follow; the program arranged by Lancaster. Mufic Club. True Blue Club, 7:30 p.m. at home of Mrs. Walter Farrow, 660 E. Fifth Ave. Xi Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, will meet at ihome of Mrs. William Kelly, Mrs. William Andrum, program chairman. Make-up meeting for all auction items. St. Mary and St Mark Madonna Guild, 8 p.m. in Bishop Fenwick High School cafeteria. Msgr. Roland Winel, guest speaker. THURSDAY, MARCH 14 Emma Denton Circle, First Methodist Church, 2 p.m. in dining room of Rising House. Ladies* Auxiliary to Lancaster Chapter, Rainbow Veterans, 8 p.m. at Mumaugh Memorial. Mrs. William A. Miller and Mrs. Nina Macklin, hostesses. Dr. P. S. Bone Memorial Twig 9 cooperative dinner with husbands as guests, 6:30 p.m. at Auto Club rooms; take own table service: members not planning to attend are to notify Mrs. Frank Upp, OL 4-0437. Ewha Circle. First Methodist Church, 7:30 p.m. church parlor. Adult Bible Classes lave Supper Meeting Mrs. Mary Pettit opened her iocne on Grouse Lane for the Adult Bible Classes of First Church of God, 732 E. Sixth Ave. A covered dish supper was served to 12 members and ne child. Devotions w e r e given, fol- owaivg the supper hour and Sorman Mason offered prayer. Scriptures, pertaining to "Work" were read and James A. Adams nd others commented on the word "Work." In observance of World Day f Prayer, all prayed for Vorld Peace. Group singing of 1 Cannot Be Idle" was fol- owed by the dismissal by Mrs. laymond Snyder. At the meeting were Rev. and ifrs. Harold Sterner, Mr. and . Raymond Snyder, Mn and UTS. Norman Mason, Mr. and itrs. James A. Adams, Mrs, Ella Mount, Miss Lucille Wagner, Mrs. Gertrude Shriver and Hn. Pettit and Mike. Next meeting will be held April 5 ct the home of Mrs. xr» McGrew with a covered Ifeh supper to be «erv«d. Rev. «nd Mrs. Sterner; w i l l have charge of the lesson on Easter. ADA FOX KAUTT SHOT «n«f WrnMif w» George J. Foss Named Chairman Of Annual Community Concerts Drive Miss Mary Virginia Gossett Miss Mary Virginia Gossett To Wed Theodore C. Tucker In April Event Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gossett, New Eagle, Pa. announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Virginia to Theodore C. Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Tucker, 113 Welch St. Lancaster- Miss Gossett, the bride-elect, is a graduate of McKeesport High School, McKeesport, Pa. and the Presbyterian University Hospital School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, Pa. She is presently serving as head nurse at the Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh. Mr. Tucker, a graduate of Newark High School and Radio, Television and Electronic School in Columbus, also attended Ohio University Branch College in Lancaster. He is a shipping foreman, affiliated with the Irving Drew Corporation. For 4 x years, he served with the United States Naval Air Force. Their wedding will take place April 13 at the First Methodist Church in Monongahela, Pa. Junior Music Club Members Hear Delightful Program On Saturday The Junior Music Club composed of young musicians of Lancaster and Fairfield County ·welcomed 41 members and friends lost Saturday afternoon in spite of the dismal rainy weather, representing 10 schools in the local community. The thr^e age-groups held t h e i r separate business meetings, presided over by Diana Turpin, president, high school group; Diana Sisson, president, junior-high group; and Marilyn Messerly, secretary* grade school ·group (assisted by Mrs. R. L. Gibbs, counselor) in the absence of the president, Michele Whitaker. The following program was later introduced by Diana Turpin, assisted by Cindy Strosnider, and Emily RawHns, high school officers: C a r o l y n Hartwell, (violin) "Indian Concerto" -- Peartaan, accompanied by Mrs. Ray Wise; Patty Frasure (piano) "O Sole Mio" Di Capua; Emily Rawlings (voice) "0 Sleep, Why Dost Thou Leave Me" Handel, accompanied by Mrs. Gibbs. Barry and Susan Molar (piano duet) "The Lion"--Engelman; Dixie Fast (piano) "Cinderella Dances" Louise Rebe; Joyce Watson (piano) "Prelude in C Minor" Frederic Chopin; \ Danny Barker (piano) "Spider Dance" John Scthaum; Susan Molar (clarinet solo) "On the Good Ship Lollipop" Claire; Christine Campbell (piano) "Busy Little Rickshaw Boy" William Scher; Judy Walt (piano) "lament" Gilbert Allen, and Lois Shrider (voice) "Cradle Song" Schubert. Announcements were made of the next meeting on April 13, and the closing meeting which will be a program and tea for parents and members of the sponsoring club, Lancaster Music Club to be held Saturday laifternoon May 11. Plans were completed for the transportation of 9 members to the annual Spring Festival sponsored by the Ohio Federation of Music Clubs, to be held at Hughes Hall, Ohio State University, Saturday March 23. Members participating will be Christine Campbell, Linda Seeley, Cynthia Harmon, J u d y Walt Lois Shrider, Ann Fletcher, Emily Rawlins, Cedora Hahn and Lloyd Staley. Morton Epstein, president of Jancaster Community Concert Association has announced that Mrs. George J. Foss will be membership chairman for the coming cempaign, which wil!l mark the 25th consecutive year of Community Concerts in Lancaster. Mrs. Foss resides at 1055 iheridan Drive with her hus- »nd, Dr. Foss and children George, Mary Ellen and Barara Anne. She is a native of 3unmore, Pa. and attended Harywood and William and Mary Colleges. In commenting, Mrs. Foss said, "I am most pleased with my selection as Membership D r i v e Chairman and believe hat Community Concert .is, in ts silver anniversary year, a cultural heritage of Lancaster. kty co-workers Mrs. James Bai, Mrs.. Robert Seeley and s. Harley Spires are as enthusiastic as I anfabout exceed- .ng all previous years for membership. We are looking forward to obtaining the cooperation of all Lancaster industry, service organizations and of l e i g h b o r i n g communities of FadrfieM County." This year's membership campaign will open March 25 and run through April 6, and every citizen is invited to join. Each Mrs. George J. Foal member p a y s annual dues, which entitles him to attend all of the concerts given locally (a minimum of 3), and through reciprocal agreement with other associations in Zanesville, Cambridge, Newark, Mt Vernon and Xenia, members of the Lancaster Association are welcome to attend concerts presented in these nearby cities. Young People Give Program Saturday Night At Mills Memorial EUB Church The only nice thing about raw, wet March weekends is that nobody ever asks you to give up your day off to attend an ant- infested picnic. For Walking Pleasure DR. HISS CREPE SOLE WEDGIES GIVE HRM SUPPORT · Taupe · llack · Blue · White 13' All-day walking If · ploisuro for *»d*y'« aetiv* woman, whin ih« wtari · pair of Or. Hits foot comfort iheot. Wo fit your foot--to koop your foot fit ot Johnson*t. Siiot 10 '/i t* II tlioMly hifhor. iohnsons Iff W. Mofe The young people who participated in the World Day of Prayer service at Mills Memorial E.U.B. Church Saturday night conducted a worshipful and inspiring service. Jim Cunningham from Jrace United Church of Christ opened with the call to worship and led the singing throughout he service. Ronnie Wiener of Sixth Ave. Methodist church ted m prayer. The .scripture was read by Carol Merton and Peggy LaVeck. both from Church of Christ in Christian Union, Rebecca Friend, who is from the Maple St. E.U.B. church, read a story from Korea. The leaders for Confession and Assurance were Greg Brown, Allen's Chapel A.M.E. and Jim Locke, St John's Episcopal Church. Bill McCleery of Mapls St. E. U.B. guided the Dedication, ana Billy Reincheld of Sixth Ave. Methodist led the Intercessory Prayer. The Dedication of the Offering and an explanation of ts uses was given by Claudia Haraway from the First Presbyterian Church. The Reverend Carl Bender, pastor at Maple St. E.U.B. church pronounced the benediction. Dan Bender from Maple St. and Bruce Trousdale from the First Presbyterian Church acted as ushers. The choir was directed by Mrs. Wayne Briggs accompanied by Larry Baker on the piano and Mrs. Albert Essex, organist, all of Mills Memorial. The committee who arranged the service were Mrs. Earl Bender, chairman, Mrs. Paul Weimer and William Reincheld. Music was furnished by choirs from the First English Lutheran, Mills Memorial and several individuals from other churches. On World Day of Prayer, members of Y-Teens prepared and conducted the devotions at the General Sherman Junior H i g h School. Penny Campbell, Linda Grabill, and Charlene Gerz spoke on the theme "More Than Conquerors". · Mrs. Mary Buntham, secretary of the YWCA, assisted the girls in their preparation. Tarhe Shrine Club Plans ladies Night' Tarhe Shrine Club will bold ita anna! "Ladies Night" party on Thursday, March 21 in American Legion .Home. Dinner will bt'aerv- ed at 7 o'clock. Also to be honored on this occasion is Clarence "Dolly" England, first Potentate of Aladdin Temple to' belong to the Tarhe Shrine Club. England will be accompanied by members of hit Divan. Following the dinner and program hour, members and their ladies may enjoy dancing from · until midnight to the music of Webb Ricketts Band. New officers to be presented at this meeting include Milford H. Smoke, president; Devon Tipple, vice president; George B. Hall, secretary; Francis Noecker, treasurer; Dean Hickson, chaplain. Fred Gill is retiring president General chairman for the eve* ning is Neil Scholl, with reservations to be made with Devon Tipple (OL 3-3895) by Wednesday, March 20. Assisting on the decorating committee are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Muralt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Rutherford, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rogers, Kenneth Fifgins and Mri. Ruth Starner. CRASH CLAIMS OfflOAN ADA, Ohio (AP) -- A two-car crash at an intersection on Ohio «9 three miles north of here Monday claimed the life of Clarence Downing, 47, of Rt. 1, Ada. what about diamonds? Be wary when you see a diamond offered for sale at · "bargain" or at a "discount!' Any good diamond has « value-and a price--based on established qualities known to all gem experts. We do not §ell "discount" diamonds here-but as a member of the American Gem Society wt do guarantee the excellent color. cut and clarity of «v«ry diamond you buy from ·. You'd be as proud of ye« or* today iff it's from W e n d e l ' f ! StluHiM $75. to $3000. We will be glad to errenga EXTENDED Monthly Payments to suit your Personal Requirement*. 11? So. MOAt iNEWSPAPERl NEWSPAPER!

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