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HAMILTON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPT. 8,1931 O X F O R D ^ News From Every Section of Butler County ts MIDDLETOWN UK* »»«"TM. ·»»»*·«·* _**·«·" ^ V · J ·mCOWABP. KUM^^M* K. IU. It.. **«. MUJ ADDITIONS TO MIAMI STAFF Dr. Dcnham To Be Assistant Professor of Education--Others Listed Special To The Pally -N*w. OXFORD. O., Sept. 8.--Some a*- ditional appointments lo the Miami University teaching staff vert announced this morning. 'Dr. Clarence P. Denman will be assistant professor of history in the School of Education, succeeding Dr. C. E. Carter, who has gone to Washington, D. c.. to engage tn government, work. Dr. Denman received his A.B. degree from University of Texas and his Ph. D. from University of Michigan in 1930. MISS PRANCES KIMBROUQH: Re turn* to Miami as assistant professor In Art Education, taking Mitt Gale's place, resigned. WAS her* 1925-28. A.B.. U. of Ky., 1920, M.A- Columbia, 1925. Been teaching Miss. Women's College, Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, Mortar Board. Home, Cynthiana, Ky. MARY I. LOGAN. Statistical as. aistant in Scripps office. Carnegie Tech student. B.s. Miami, 1930. Home, Columbus, O. Ohi Omega. IDA I. FEABODY: Instructor in Music Education. B. of Music, U. of Kansas, 1927. student at Columbia. Music Supervisor at Wellington, Kan., last two years. Home, Rapid City. S. D. M I S S ELIZABETH COTTON BRIGHT: Director of Placement, Bureau of Recommendations, student at O. Wesleyan, 23-24, A.B. Depauw, '27, B.S.. Ohio State, '28. Taught In Coshocton, 1938-31. Delta Delta Delta sorority. EMMA LILLIAN CLAUSE: Assistant Professor of Art Education, taking Mi36 Van Nice's place. B.S., Okla. A. M., 1923, student at Iowa State, A.M., Columbia, 1929. Taught two years Wash. State Normal School. Tau Zeta Kappa. Home. Okla. City. KATHERINE CONOBOY: Critic Teacher and Instructor in Education, taking Miss Watson's place. B.8., U. [f Minn., 1928. M.A., Columbus, 19JI. Taught at, State Teachers' College, Lacrosse, Wis. Home, Bottineau, N. D. HUBERT SCHNUCH: Graduate assistant in German. Bachelor of Philosophy degree, U. of Chicago, 1931. Born in Germany, but home now in Chicago. MARTHA H E L E N WHITE: Graduate Christ Hospital, student at U. of Cincinnati. Private nursing three years. Resident nurse University hospital, taking Miss Longwlth's place. HOWARD LAMBERT CHACE: Graduate assistant in French. A.B., Miami, 193!. Student at U. of Cincinnati and McGill, D. K. E., Phi Beta Kappa, B. P. T. (French honorary). Extra-mural teacher critics: Helen Brown Zoller, extra-mural critic In home economics at Camden. Miami. B.S., 1929. Been teaching In Indiana. D.D.D. Gladys Armstrong, grade critic teacher at Middletown. Student at Michigan State Normal, B.S. it Miami, '19. Home In Dayton. Current Events At Ferguson Home Pperl.il Tn The DaLlv Ncvrs OXFORD, O., Sept. 6--The Current Events Club will hold its first meeting of the season Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with Mrs. Bruce Ferguson, 200 West Church street. Mrs. Max Ziltox will be assistant hostess and the program will be In charge of Mrs. E. W. Hlnkle, the new president. Breakfast-Bridge Honors Guest EDfrlM To The nallv S»i OXFORD, O., Sept, 8.--Miss Ed, na Johnson, of West High street, delightfully entertained Monday morning with a breakfast and bridge party it Scott Manor, honoring her guest, Mrs. E. F. Wenner, of Wichita, Kansas. Hor o'.her guesu were Mrs. Rob- ert Shelter of Dayton, Mrs. WU- iam Landfalr, Mrs. Arthur Daring of Norwood, Mias Ruth Roudebush, Mrs. John F. Prazer, Miss Margaret Zwlck, Mrs. Morris M»l- laugh. Mrs. Verlin Pulley, Miss Dorothy Wood, Miss Sophia Me. Sherry, Miss Gertrude Skmeker, Mrs. S. A. Switzer, Mrs. Harley Pouls of College Corner, Mtss Julia Reed and Mrs. c. M. Plttser. Miss Douglass Takes Post at Western Rpprlnl Tn The H a l l v Nm OXFORD, O., Sept. S.--Miss Edna Douglass has come from her home In Chicago to lake a position at Western College for Women. Miss Douglass will be assistant to Miss Lillian Douglass, house supervisor at the college, and will be in charge of the culinary department of Peabody Hall. News In Brief Spec-ill To The Dally New* OXFORD, Sept. 8.--Jonas McCormack, of the Willis Bros, restaurant, East High street, spent the week-end as a guest of friends ill Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kramer, of East Chestnut street, on Sunday attended a family reunion in Richmond, Ind, Miss Eleanor Douglass, of West Collins street, left yesterday to resume her duties as Instructor of music in the Dayton schools. Professor and Mrs. H. H. Higgins, of East Race street, returned home Saturday after spending a week at Lakeside, where Prof. Higgins was engaged in chautauqua work. The first meeting of the season for the Worthwhile Club will be held Thursday afternoon wilh Mrs. C. L. Hesterberg, Talawanda apart, ments. Dr and Mrs. John Mollyneaux, of University avenue, have returned home after spending several weeks at their summer home at Walloon Lake, Mich. Professor and Mre. P. C. Whitcomb returned home Saturday from a vacation in Traverse City, Michigan. Miss Alma VanAusdall, of South Main street, left yesterday for Fostoria, where she will again instruct In the department of French in the high school. She was accompanied by Miss Sarah Bourne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bourne, of Contraras, who will Leach home economics in the same school. President and Mrs. A. H. Upham, of Lewis Place, have returned home from a vacation spent at Walloon Lake, Mich. William Glasgow and family, of Chicago, were* week-end guests at the home of Mrs. Glasgow's sister, Mrs. E. E.. Brandon, of East Church street. At The Oxford Special Tr The n a i l r N«»vs OXFORD. Sept. 8.--The Oxford tonight--"The Vice Squad," with Kay Francis and Paul Lukas, also news, comedy and novelty. Wednesday and Thursday--"Confessions of a Co.Ed." Friday and Saturday--"The r Conquering Horde." CHINESE FLOOD PICTURES Picturei from the flooded area of central China ihow (above) refugees, who escaped with a few belonglngi, camped along the Yanotae .river. Below Is a flooded section of Hankow. Heavy floods have caused the deaths of approximately 350,000 Chinese recently and lift millions facing starvation. ' INSPECTION TONIGHT AT REILY GRANGE Special To Tin Dill* New* The Reily Grange will give the third and fourth degree to a cliis of eight candidates at a meeting tonight. Following is the program! What the children, parents, and community owes the teacher, Mr, Hunt; What the teacher owes the children, parents and community, Mr. Paxton; Vocal selection, "The youngest in the Family" and "Mr. Radio Man Tell My Mammy to Ccme Ba.ck Home," by Elda Flint; A dance number by Lora Mae Chambers; Selections by the on«- woman orchestr, Mrs. Walter Hurley. Tonight will abo be Inspection night. At this time County Deputy V. K. Rahfuse will conduct the annual Inspection of the Grange. All Granges are cordially invited to attend. The Grange will open at 8:30. Herr Magersuppe, a young German, recently made at Folkstonc, England, a glider flight lasting three hours and 15 minutes, breaking the BrftiEh record for a flight over a radius of 10 miles, and landed in a spot 120 yards long and 100 yards wide, surrounded by houses. Get your lumber for repairing at Wick Lumber Co. WEST CARROLLTON NEWS, PERSONALS Spedl To The Dili; Neiri WESt 1 CARROLLTON --Miss Vivian Wheeler spent two weeks at Petosky, Mich. Mrs. Alonzo Michael Is taking treatments at the Miami Valley hospital for ivy poison. Miss Margaret O'Reilly has returned home after spending the summer with her aunt in Columbia. Bern to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller, of Kalamazoo, Mich., a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Batson moved from the Gustin properly on Main street to the Stine apartment on Shannon avenue. ARREST DYEHOUSE OIV DISORDERLY CHARGE A fight on a pool room late Saturday night culminated with the arrest of Gilbert Dyehousc. 23, of 379 South B street and John D. Strong, 25, of Henry streel, on charges of disorderly conduct. Warrants were signed by Ogle Dykes, manager of the Capitol Poll room at Third and High streets. He alleges they came into his place and had a fight. Each furnished 'onrl fcr arraignment in municipal court. ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM GERMANTOWN Epidil in The D«HT N«wi GERMANTOWN--Mr. and Sirs. Albert Bust and daughter Kathleen are visiting relatives Ir. White Sulphur Springs, W. V«. Norbert Polntijer . and Joseph Gensler are enjoying a fishing trip at North Bay, Oat,., Canada. Mrs. E. N. Schlecty has returned home from a week's visit with her son Garnett and family of London. Mr. and Mrs. Everett* Bnrlck and Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Schultz are enjoying a vacation motoring thru the Wesi. John Zechar and Bsrl Silver are spending several days at Mammoth Oave, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. _John Shaeffer who have been living on South Main street have taken up their residence In Dayton. Miss Anna, Kllnger of Dayton Is spending the week with Mrs. Vlolut Boyer. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stellar and family of Chicago, are visiting Mrs. Eva Stellar. Dr. w. H. Hetzler is visiting relatives in Norwood. Eiwwd Oaps was a recent visitor with relatives in Indiana. Misses Helen Kurt and Margaret Smith have entered the Middletown General hospital whers they will take the nurses training coursa. Virgil Halderman who spent the summer in the west has returned to his home. Mrs. Leo Zimmerman and sons of Louisville, Ky., have returned to their home ending a pleasant visit with Mrs. Ella Zimmerman. MONROE GIRL IS MARRIED IN KY, Special To Tha Daily »w» Miss Wanetia Sanderson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Sander- ton, Monroe, O., became the wlfeof Mr. Faris Dickerson, son of Mrs. Zora Davis of Middletown, O.. Tuesday, Sapt. 1, at 1 p. m. The ceremony was_ performed In Ihe parsonage . at Salem church, Newport, Ky., by Rev. G. L. '.Vell- cmeyer and was witnessed by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson who ac- ccmpanied the bride and groom. A delicious S o'clock wedding c'in- ner was served at the bride's \o lie to a group cf friends and relatives Mr. DIckerson has been employed at the Middletown Coal and Ice Co. for the past year. BUSINESS GOOD NEW YORK--This Is the busiest day of the year at the Little Church Around the Corner. September rather than June is the favorite wedding month for couples who come from all r.arts o! the country to bs iranled there . NO LICENSE AS MOVIE OPERATOR So Robert Sadler, 26, Is Charged With Violating City Ordinance Charges of operating a motion picture camera in a booth of a public theatre without a city license were lodged against Robert Sadie.', 26, residing at Second and M*rl:ct streets, Saturday night. Sadler was arrested at the Lyric theatre where he is slid to be employed. He furnished bond for appearance in municipal court. The city code provides that all operators of motion picture cameras take out a city license. When A Feller Needs A Friend | LUCY WOOLERY SAYS I HUSBAND BEAT HER OXFORD WANT ADS PliACHES -- AibertES. Fruit j-'arm. Largest; peach onhard in Biitlw County. Two uiilci rast of Gjiford. Brlr^ baskets. FOR SAU; --Yellow Narcissus bulbs. Phone Mrs, R«-v«s, Ox»rd. LO3T-- Brown leather j-.urae, conl tainmg money, on College Ave., be- twren CoU'.ns irxl Ric?. R f t u r u to Mrs ,''J. H. Oosfel'iO, 200 West Rice Street, it College. PUBLIC BALE--choice lot ho'jse- hold furniture. Public square, Thursday, one o'ckwk. DELPHINIUM--Now la the Lime to pUnt for barge pUnU tnI flow- en, We have Uw famous Eiigllffc Hybrtdi. H. R, Rodabaugh, Wl Mania Ave. YOUR TRBBB--Are valuiWe; It look yoara to t--;/» them. Why not M ua take an of them? Our rrf- ntneea-- any prominent citizen cf MkWletown. Phone 755-R-3 or ·rtt« Th« OMnae cox Tree Scr- vfee, Tra« »i»Hr'j ·Ali-Uundry «ten-wt- JMM, lUffatly UMd. PhOM 47. Alleging that he teat her. Lucy Wooiery, as, of M4 South Twelfth street, signed a irarrant at police headquarters for the nrre.-.t of her husband, Horace Woorley, 50. He is charged with in'.txication and disorderly conduct. Woo!cry was n r rested by Patrolmen Frank Mayer and Adrain Strieker and was locked up. He later fiirnishscl bond for his appearance in municipal court. SCHEIDT ARRESTED FOE THEFT OF R. R. COAL William E. Scheldt, 30. of J032 Weller avenue, was arrested at Hooven and VanHcok avenues Sunday by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Detective Virgil cook, on a charge of petit larceny. The detective alleges Scheldt had a half ton of coal loaded on his truck which he allege* Schxitt stole off rallroid property. Scheldt furnished bond for arraignment In municipal court. MRS. MTADDEN SAY!) HUSBAND STRUCK HER AUegto* that he came home drunk and itruck her, Mr». Maggie Mc***Sen, M, of Pater'avenue, nlgned a warrant at police headquarters ·h»r«ln» htr huabaud with Intoxication. He waa arre*led by Sheriff John «ehumacher and wu locked up. He later furnleb-d brad for nls In municipal court. By Briggs AUTO HITS GAR; ONE INJURED » Po*ul Workers Urge 5-Day Week and Stated Income for Substitutes CINCINNATI, O., Sept. tg- When an automobile driven by Willam Bluing, 48, of Princeton hotel, crashed headon Into Norwood street car, yesterday, h« was ser- ously Injured. He suffered a fracture of the left arm and a possible skull fracture. General hojp!t*l physicians said the man had liar, drinking. URGE REFORMS Delegate* attending the biennial convention of National Association of Pcstofflce and Railway Mail Laborers adopted resolutions, yesterday, favoring a five day week, i 30 year optional retirement plan and a- stated yearly salary for substitutes :hat will prove a good living standard. DIES IN HOSPITAL Apparently only slightly hurt In an automobile accident, A. B. Van- derhaar, 38, fell dead a moment if- :er walking into the Georgetown, Ky., hospital yesterday. Internii injuries are the supposed cause. Vandcrhaar was crushed against the steering wheel of his car. CINCINNATI MAN is ROBBED Two masked youths held up and robbed Walter Reeves, street car motorman, or. his car yesterday. They secured $25.40 Reeves said the men pointed revolvers at him and forced him to give up what paper money he had an d his money changer. STRUCK ON HEAD Michael Lovice, 58, was struck en the forehead, yesterday, while In an argument with an unknown man. fie was cut when hit with a club. He was treated at the General hospital. SURPRISE ROBBER Surprising a. negro In, the act of breaking into a filling station, Sunday, Patrolman Gratton, Steers and Brlnkman fired at him. The msn ran 'when lie saw the officers They believe some of their shots look effect. ESCAPES INJURY Patrolman Jos. Ahearn, J;'., 1131- rowly escaped injury, Sunday, when ills shot gun was discharged when 10 was struggling with a man registered as Otto Mclntosh In a house at 533 Baum street. Patrolman Lester pipp had to beat the man with his shotgun before he wouln mbmit. ROB MAIL CLERK Robert W. Kocns, railway mall clerk,' was held up and robbed by four rAgro men and two negresses, Sunday. They took his revolver, cadge, and a group containing government papers. Four men and two women are being held under suspicion. FIGHT AT BEI.MONT HOTEL RESULTS IN WARRANTS A fight afc the Be^mont hotel Monday at S p. m. culminated with the signing of two warrants at police headquarters by Mary A. Bennett of 419 S^uth Fifth street for the arrest of Flnley Metoalfe, 35, of 1216 Hamilton avenue and Gilbert Mobley, addrea* not known to police. Metcalfe was arrested by Patrolman Robsrt Welch and Arthur Lelbrcck. Mobley is said to have made good his escape before police arrived. ' ' ROARK INJURED Ohirlts Roark, 32, residing on Pascal avenue, was removed to Fort Hamilton hospital in Ihr police ambulance Monday evening after he sustained a fall at home and sustained a fractured hip. DOROTHY DARE DIVORCED Dorothy Dare was granted a divorce from Arthur Dare in common pleas court Siturday for neglect r,d was restored to her maldm name, Williams. Kneclil Tft The Daily Nem MIDDLETOWN, Seat. 3.--An Hindi of Mvenl months brought death to David Hiekman, M.years old, widely k:i*/isn to residents of this cUrtrlrt. Mr. Hlcfcman had been cared for since hi* illness by hta daugh- :er, Mrs. Djvld Coyle, and he died at her home 0:1 Mancheater avenue last night. The aged m»n wa* a resident of Middletown for more than 50 years Surviving him are the daughter, Mrs, Ccyle, and one son, Isaac Hickman both ol this city. Services were held Tuesday morning at nln« o'clock at Holy Trinity church. Rev. J. F. Mcrfaiy will officiate. Burial was mteie in Gratia cemetery. THREE CAUGHT ON LIQUOR CHARGES Snet-HI Tft Th« rjadr New* MTDDLETOWN, Sept. fl.-Raids ty federal, state and county au- thorttlss netted them three arn»ta on liquor charges. dyder Myers, Mayfleld, Is held for possession; George Trumblc, Excello, for possessing implements for the manufacture of intoxicating liquor and Owen Knightly, Morgan townrhlp, Is charged with possession, manufacturing and owning implements for the manufacture of liquor. HAMILTON MAN HURT IN CRASH MRS. WILLIAMS DIVORCED Blinche Williams was awardrd a divorce from Paul Williams for neglect In common pleas court, on Saturday, she wai given custody of the child. Course* In thrift and mutual help are being urged for public achcols In Scotland. Guatemala haa placed a tax of five eenta a gallon on gasoline to provide road-bulldlnc funds. BUTLER, Pa-- Butler plant of Standard Plate Olaaa Co. to reopen wltb MO employes alter two-yrar shutdown. ' 30W Can prove to v be the moat profitable number la the telephone book for you, aa It hu for thoua- anda of othen. It U the telephone number of the Dally Newa Claaii, fl«d Ad Oagutment. DAVID HIGKMAN GALLED BY DEATH FnecUl To Tha Dallv Nsws MIDDLETOWN, Sept. 8. --William Walker, 22, Hamilton and Virgil Diokereon, 58, Oxford, were severely Injured when cars they were driving collided at route four and Monroe road. Lack Clue to Child El opera Social To Tll» riiOty Nem MTDDLETTOWN, Sept. 8. --No trace has been found of Louise Tocmey, 15, and her companion. Harold, Stanton, 17 who 'disappeared mysteriously a. week ago. Parents and authorities believe the pair eloped. Child BurnedWhen Gas Tank Explodes SrfrUt To Th« D . i l v Nun M1DDLETOWK, Sspt. s-An exploding gasoline tank caused severe burns to four-yMr-olcl Clarence Blunt. The accident occurred when Uie child came near the lank while playing with matches. He was burned about (he face and upper part of the body. Jars and Sugar For Canning Snrcln! To Tne Duly N,w» MTDDLETOWN, Sept. 8. --Tho proposed community canning kitchen sponsoro.l by the Kenwood Women's olub was threatened with failure unless public donation of Jars and sugar was forthcoming. SOCIAL EVENTS Miss Martha Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Miller of Wlnton street, recently entertained a company of friends at her horn* in celebntlon of her 18th birthday. Those who made up the affair were: Misses Dorothy Francis, Lor-' ralne Miller, Edith and Stella Blevins, Helen Richman, Dorothy Kalem, Ollie white, Martha Miller and Messrs. Lloyd Bishop, Frank Margerum, Milton Atchly, Myto DIehl, Jim Brate, Del Bidiop. Lloyd WilllamSrAdam Seta, Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Happily commemorating her 78th birthday anniversary Mrs. Martin Adrion, was the recipient of a pretty surprise portly cleverly arranged by her daughter, Mrs. A'.dle bloyd, Friday afternoon. The group of 30 relatives and friends gathered at the Adrton home on South iiuiphin otreet for several hours of social conversation and reminiscing. A feature of the afternoon vas the singing of "Happy Birthday by the honored guest's fix great grand children, Phyllis jean and Ruth Ann Dairies, Mary Lou and Buddy Geran and Lois Jean and Dana Marie Goodman. Trie monthly bualness and social meeting of the Oullding War clua at the M»thod!«t Protest church waa heM at the home of '..In. O3rl Dakin Friday night. Mrs. Ernest Wagner end children Harry, Edward, JuantU and Virginia, of Battle Creek, Mich., are enjoying a visit wltfo Mr. MX) Mr*. Carl Sehlim, of Drive. In compliment to virglnl* and Harry Wagner, Mia AJtoe Sciili: entertained EWe and Mart Kirach- baum, and Harold Rhmdea with a Uieatn p«rty In Cincinnati, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mr*. Herbert Bauer, of Yankee Bead ft rhnnint an In- tereatlng time for their week end gvwte, Mr. and Kra. John Top Killer and family, of Reading and Hi. and ta. Frank Rhoadea and family of Bknwood. A number of local resident* art planning to at^nd the "Gypsy Musical which will be given Thursday evening, September 17, at 8:30 o'clock at the Dayton Art institute. Mlsa Alverda Sinks, Ulfntcd plan lit, and who has appeared on programs several Umea In this city, will be one of , the artists. Mrs. Lena, 'CtaeteU, aleo of Dayton who i» well known in this city la one of the hostesses for the ocea* sion. Mrs. Bertha Palrcs an/i h^r as- tlanta are arranging a pleasant time for members cf tho West Middletown Ladles' Aid society, when they gather at toe church Thursday afternoon, for their .September meeting. lsj Virginia. Fay and Robert Krebs left tots afternoon for Cincinnati, where Ihey will be among the gueo!s included In Ui» house party to be given by Mr.und Mrs. Maurice Anderson, of Kyda Park, over the week-end. Mrs. George Geran, Mrs. Ben Riddle and Mrs. Otho Brewer have spent the past week at the Brewer cottage, the Mlddletonian, at Indian Lake. A pleasant affair of the coming week will be lh« Informal party which Miss Ann Sclby is giving at her home in West Middleiown for memters cf Ihe Friday Evening Bridgs club. Mr. and Mrs. John Seegmillr, ol Bast Central avenue, and Mr. «nd Mrs. Knorbert Kneisel, o( cinton ntrtet. left for a, mctor trip to Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas have returned to their hcmo on Yanhra Road after a delightful mctor trip of several weeks. Thsy toured Kentucky and enroute home they sptnt several days with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weber, of Wocster, O. Complimenting Miss Kattwrin* Becker, bride-eleot of Calvin Beck, Mrs. Charles Beck is cmteiclainjng informally at bridge at hsr home on Aberdeen Drive, Tuesday aTter- ncon. Among the first of the federated olufcs to open their fall and winter season this week is the Sorosla. Hostesses for tho occasion -*i;l bs Mrs. Charles L. McCrca. r.nd Mrs. W. E. ,Klopp and the meeting will take place at the former's home on Young, street. The executive committee of Uw club, composed of Mrs. E. Norwood Clark, Mrs. w. J. Griffiths, Mrs. H. S. Hurat. Mrs. Walter Jchnson and Mrs. R. L.Stewart, has planned a busy year for the members. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Hirvcy Russello and children, will spend the week end In Greenfield, Ind., with relatives. Mt. and Mrs. Jack Evans are passing Vtia week end in Columbus. Misses Miry and Grace Sullivan and Miss Ruth Sullivan arc spending the week end a.t Indian Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Kennclh Ludwlg spent Labor Day wllh Mr. and Mrs, Alfred ROSJS, of West Mli'.dlc- town. Mlas Eva Barry - is enjoying a week end visit at RussoH's Point. Mis. John Henderson, of Clark street, Mrs. Anna SpeUIcI and Miss Betty Ann Hansel of Manchester avenue, left today for Chicago to xna Labor Day. Ed Mcon left rviday for Purdua university to enter his senior year. After Dad's Job ' «»»lnaw, hop** to mik. th» Jump from hit filling atatlon to a Mat In-congraaa. H« wanta U repr*. aairt th. .ighth Michigan dlatrlct, from which hla fath.r, femur Con. JoMph w, Fordn«y.

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