The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on September 23, 1963 · Page 5
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THE EVENING INDEPENDENT. MASSILLON, OHIO MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1963 Ex-Local Man Takes Swimming To People Take it to them. That is the thinking behind the swimmobile Jerry Croushore has introduced successfully in. Elizabeth, N. J. Millersburg Program To POV . : J;' S 3 •', -Open Sept. 27 swimming. Croushore soon found that youngsters who wouldn't' More than 50 windows of come to the YMCA building for learn to swim campaigns, would , . . Croushore, formerly physical j ]lump illto ««'*"* when it was director of the Massillon YMCAi brou e ht in t« their neighborhood. is associate general secretary of j The pool is four feet deep with itique displays have been arranged :in Millersburg for. the showing of everything from furniture • to ifancies as Holmes county residents * * ''"• During the past Summer 893jhave the effect of making Mil- Irk VP»I>O *^ n i jyoungsters passed their beginnerjlersburg a large museum as an- o iffcAKb Al»l» Lrousnore i swim tests in (he swimmobile and tiques and family-heirlooms go got the idea and had a swim-12,200 participated in the eight ion display in the ° village store mobile built through contribu-i weeks it was in operation, accord- windows )'•• from a bank t( mobile take on the appearance of a .huge fish, Built on a large trailer and hauled by a tractor, all loaned to his, Y, .the swimmobile takes swimming into all parts of the county served by the Elizabeth Y. The main objective is to teach a wealth of relics and souvenirs, many of which will be on dis- pla'y "during the Millersburg festival. . • ' • ' •'•' " . The eastern , half of Holmes county, containing more than a dozen cheese factories, is nationally known as the producer of Holmes county swiss cheese. On Saturday, Oct. 5, (he Millersburg fire department has arranged a "fireman's parade" and has invited 135 area fire departments to participate. Sunday, Oct. 6, 30 to 40 antique automobiles will be on display by the Canton chapter of the Horseless Carriage club. The weekend celebration will end with a chicken barbecue, iopen roasted over charcoal pits, on Sunday; evening. Odd Fact MEA Sets Up Workshop For Next Monday The Massillon Education asso- ; g elation will sponsor a professional jj worshop next Monday from 2:30 g to. 7:15 p. m. in the Washington ijj high school cafeteria. ig .The general session will open jg with a welcome from Vickie Col-ijl lins, MEA president, and greet-;g .ings by Dr. Virgil E. Blanke, su-:g perintendent of schools. the Elizabeth YMCA, completely iair conditioned, for use in carry- 'ing the YMCA to the people. ! The program, according to a «'cent story appearing in the Jour- j"al of Physical Education has brought many inquiries fron ! YMOA Croups m this country and fro ™ a number of foreign lands. Crousnore visited in Massillon last WCCK. s Wnkets fr car add Uon to "fine prnsU/e Also or v iew wUl be of shav in^n lies i Hubert Booth of London Invented" the vacuum cleaner about 1901. • New Teachers i . --- —„.._-.-. ..— mometi- jtos, including sabers and firearms, are expected to be shown; •'.•*.*•.* HOLME.S'" COUNTY and espe-' csally the Killbuck valley,,, home of Chief Killbuck, who 'was one •of the most outstanding and in- jfluential of all Indian leaders, is jone of the richest sources of In- jdian lore in the state. Chief I Kiilbuck's legacy to our times is In Bartow, Fia., a 121-year-old i, who has been drawing So- Sec'urity since he retired as a fruit picker at age 112, has a part-time job selling soft drinks and candy bars. DO FALSE TEETH Rock. Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, ag Improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower plntea, holds false teeth more firmly In place. Do riot slide, slip or rock. No gummy, ROoey. pasty tnste or feeling. PAS- TEETH Is alknliiie (non-acid). Doea not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter. DR. JOHN H. MARVIN will give an address on the National .Education association's revised code of ethics. This will be followed by a question and answer period on "Implications of Ethics" and a skit, "Role Play- .ing," directed by Tracy Miller. A buffet dinner will be served at 4:45 and at 5:45 the workshop group will reconvene in th'e. following committees: • Ethics — Dr. Marvin, consult• ant, and Dorothy Weisgarber, chairman; legislative and salary — Ken Kate, consultant, and Nick Coso, chairman; public relations — , Bob Bowling, consultant, and Harold Kiplinger, chairman; TEPS — Helen Hessin, consultant, and Grace Archibald, chairman, and social and program — Shirley Harper, chairman. The committee sessions will be followed by a brief summary of committee plans for the year by each chairman. Church Calendar TUESDAY First Baptist 7:30 p. m., Baraca Philathea class. Calvary Baptist - Ohio ACCC fall conference,at .Columbus Baptist Temple. Shiloh Baptist 4:30 p. m., Mission; Junior choir; Sunshine band; 7:30 p. m., Christian choir. Friendship Baptist 4:30 p. m., Cub pack No. 8, Den 1 at 623 Young st SE; Den 2 at 1331 Johnson st SE; 5 p. m., 'South', circle; 6 p. m., Deborah circle; Senior red circle; YWA; Boy scouts troop 8; 7 p. m., t Wqmen ushers. • : Massillon Baptist Temple •7:30 p: m., Revival service with •Dr. Harvey H. Springer'as speaker. St. John's United Church of Christ 7:30 p. m., Quarterly guild meeting. Grace United Church of Christ 9 a. m., Women's guild spiritual retreat. Faith Lutheran 7 p. m., Boy scouts; Evangelism calling. Holy Trinity Lutheran 7 p. m., Order of St. John in the parsonage. St. Jacob's Lutheran 7 p. m., Boy scouts; 8 p. m., Committee planning. Welsey Methodist 9:30 a. m., Canton district; WSCS meeting in Minerva; 6:15! p. m., WSCS covered dish dinner in fellowship hall. Epworth Methodist j 9:30 a. m., Bible study; 7:30 i p. m., Methodist men. Epworth Methodist 10 a. m., Morning prayer group in Aldersgate chapel; 12 noon, Golden Age club covered dish dinner in dining room; 7'p. m., Evening prayer group in Aldersgate chapel; 7:30 p. m., Executive committee of the evangelistic mission in parsonage, 839 Campbell cir, NE. MRS. ALMA L. PARKS § Mrs. Alma L. Parks comes g to the Massillon public g schools with teaching ex- j perience gained in the Mec- J. ca township schools where B; she taught history and bio- J logy. She also has substitut- g ed in Warren, Ohio public g schools. History was her ma- ( jor in college and she car- g ried minors in English and g biology. She is a graduate g of Youngstown university; S additional college credits-g have been earned at Malone s college in Canton. Alma's g husband, Walter, is associat- g ed with the Y. M. C. A. in g Massillon. Mr. and Mrs. m\ Parks live at 229 Hayes ave g NE. S MONEY for the working That's our service. When you need some, caH as. DANE MONTAGUE, Mgr. 39 Lincoln Way, East Massillon Phone TE 3-4123 onn t SAVINGS CO. M BH^M All o*.r Ohio WHEN MONEY R THE QUESTION, CUT LOAN IS THE AMSWEB. SEPTEMBER LAST WEEK OF CANNON HOSIERY SALE! 3 PAIRS FOR THE PRICE OF 2 LADIES' SHEER & MESH SEAMLESS NYLONS REG. 94c PAIR % Pairs $1.98 SHEER 51 -15 NYLON HOSIERY REG. 74c PAIR % Pairs $1.49 ULTRA SHEER-60-15 NYLON HOSIERY REG 84c PAIR I Pairs AS CtOSF AS yOUR MAILBOX B A 1ST 1C B PEOPLES-MERCHANTS MEMr-R FJ9.JUC. $1.79 SPECIALLY PRICED Ladies' Wonderfully Soft Leather Uppers of Bronze Waxhide Loafer Waxhide—a specially treated leather that's unbelievably soft and pliable. Sleek lines and hand-sewn vamps. Ideal for school! ' ONLY NEW SELECTION OF LADIES' FALL FLATS . . . $1.87 FALL FESTIVAL OF VALUES Advertised Pr/c« Effective Jhrv Sat., Sept. 28 «f 266 Federal St. Massillon, Ohio Tender Baby Beef Sale! Sirloin OR Rib Steaks LB. 69 Lf.S. Gov'f. /nsp, Farm Fresh Frying Chicken, BREAST or LEG QUARTERS Ib. 1 Porterhouse . Ib. 89c'f| A3r £8 IV HOC .v-v Chuck Roast Beef Roast Ground Cliuck Beef Short Rihs Selected Blade Cut Ib. Arm Cut Ib. Fresh, Lean Ib. Lean, Meaty Ib. 59c First Quality, Agar Brand CANNED HAMS 49 Buckeye Sliced Bacon.............. Buckeye, Lean ^ ^^ ^^ Skinless Wieners..... Z & 8 9 * First Quality, Roll Pork Sausage.. Fox Deluxe, Frozen Pot Pies 00 1 FLORIDA, PINK, SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT So/i'd, large Sfie Green Cabbage.. iwwf, Mild f% Green Peppers..D •MIX OR MATCH!Sauerkraut Orchard Park, Tomatoes MIX OR MATCH!Orchard Park, Tomato Juice Dole, Pineapple con 211 con 4 89 •MIX OR MATCH! Orchard Park, Cut Beets Bush, Kidney Beans Showboat, Whole Potatoes Showboat, Pork & Beans 90S con 300 con 303 cow 303 con 10 Cans 2'off, Heinz Tomato Soup .. 3' off, Heinz Vegetable Soup No. 1 con No. 1 can 10* & off, Heinz, Veg. Beef, Mushroom or No i 1 'Ot Chicken Noodle Soup .r.. • V Edgebrook, Frozen Orange Juice...... "•oz. cans DISCOUNT CENTER Regina, Red Wine Vinegar .;..., 3 Varieties Brach Candy 6 $-|oo 00 * Ib. bag 59 Vimco Noodles....... Clover Lane ' Margarine ......... Edgebrook, Cut Wax or Cut M ^ m A A' Green Beans........ *l can* 49 Hunt, Sliced or Halves ••• ,^ Peaches ............ O ca ^

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