Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio on December 21, 1938 · Page 5
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Marysville Journal-Tribune from Marysville, Ohio · Page 5

Marysville, Ohio
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Wednesday, December 21, 1938
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Wednesday, December 2t, MARYSVTEtE, OHIO FLOOR SHOW IS ARRANGED SPECIAL FBAIURRB ARRANGED FOR ANNUAL "SHOE FUND DANCE" ON NEW YEAR'S EVE Elaborate plans arc being made for the New Year's Eve Carnival Dance to be held Rt Union Hall on Saturday night, December 31, under the sponsorship of the Fraternal Order of Eagles for the benefit of the Eagles' Shoe Fund, according to Gerald E. Carr, chairman of the entertainment committee of the affair. Smith's Swing Band, n colored I group of musicians of Springfield, j is cm«-of -Ihe-best groups of entertainers In central Ohio. Vaudeville numbers hove been arranged to team with the playing of the eight piece orchestra. Noise-makers and paper hnls will add to the evening's entertainment. Not only will those attending the dance be provided with an evening full of enjoyment but at the same; time they \vlll be siding one of the j charitable agencies of Union (.County—the Eagles' Shoe Fund. Ona of the outstanding feature* of the Fraternal Order of Eagles la th(! motto that "no child should be deprived, of the privilege of going to school for the lack o( shoes," and it is to cavry out this slogan that the dance Is being to the public. You'll Find These in Santa's Toyshop How 'Patent' Leather In Made "Patent" leather is made by covering the surface of tanned skins with successive coats of varnish or enamel, giving It a glasslikc polish. Suede is made by roughening the leather surface with an abrasive, thus raising a nap. Can Fly Wlicn Hatched Australia's rnegapode, or bush turkey. Is the only bird that is actually able to fly nnd lead an Independent life from the moment it Is hatched, says Collier's Weekly. tl—:.!i-.'—. U—L Christmas Gifts Visit the Rexall Store and let us help you with'many suggestions which will make shopping a pleasure. Parker Pern and Pencil Sets $1.95 to $11.50 Cnlex. Lacrosse, and Britt Manicure Sets $1.00 tou$5.00 Electric Shavers$9.95 to $15.00 Men's Shaving Sets All popular brands 50c to $3.00 Evening In Paris, Coty's, Tangce, Adrienpe. Car* Nome Toilet Sets $1.00 to $10.00 Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes and Tobacco of 'all kinds. * .Christmas Candy _ _.:_'. ' in attractive boxes. 50cto$2.00 Beautiful Dresser Sets $4.00 to $10.00, ' cmclws 'of lh€ IscWTy. - Hfr mads! his first payment on the policy so; the eelonfcta iwenfod «ond «8*ft, , that H wnq Issued undor date of Usually the ones they raised wttfWo't ; December 12lh. Last night. Mr. Slo- •« good a« they wanted, to HM»y b«. ' cum fell on the ice while reluming' * an trading with the Indians fW home frnm a shaping tour. One or ^ *<>&• f? '««• • y ear °» ••*; !h«- boiH« of tm l*>tt shoulder was onlsU and the lndiam! f«* * lw * • sne DOTHW 01 nis leu wrouiaer was, funppeA dogs. The 6og m»rf »•• broken. *r> tb«t he i.s pretty sure] dUeontlmied during the Rertaftrtttt. ' to be laid up for w«eks to j ant j revived only "a few"year* "•go. come. In fhn meantime, until he is • ._ perfectly able to return to work,; the company in which it is in-' Eurnd will pay.... him benefits , amounting to $1250 a week. I Gre»««rt thmter to HM«rr marquess of Ripen «8J7. former British itatejfrun, probfb]y ^ ^^ ^^^ £ ' hwtory. Between 1887 and MOT. *nyt , Walter Klnttade and Earl Tillon \ Collier's Weekly, he killed 300,721 Fred Trapp has sold his fine driv gre homc ^^^ ^ ^^ u^v^ty i animals, ranging from rhluoeerosw infi horse, one of the best knee-ac- ff)r lne Christmas vaca t[ O n. 1 to "bbito. tors in this vicinity, to Mr. Bate- 1 j *"• men, of South Charleston, for three | pranfeJCollefrath, after a ptearant i Much Owl In Wjwnlnji ~ hundred dollars. visi { wlt j, his p arcn{41 , Mr. and Mrs, I There In an eitlmaWd 870,723,000"•' i A. H. Kollcfrath, of this city, re- 9°° * on * °* coal avaUa «« *« mining Blacksmiths have been busy for'turned today to his work in one of »» w y°™ ln «- . several days fitting the horses up' the largest bakeries in Columbus. I......... . , , ' ... ., ., ,_,_,,,,. for icy weather. A number of ani-i ' mala have fallen on the street here' Mi«s Fannie Scott, a student nt today. The worst case was that of i Northwestern University, Chicago a horse belonging to George James,! arrived home today to spend the which fell'near the watering trough j Christmas vacation. on North Malt) Street, ' ! The much desired electric rail Insurance Agent J. J. Scott won't {road for Marysville can be seen "on have much trouble in explaining! paper" by addressing tho Bloome* the benefits of accident insurance j Bureau, Columbus, and onclosinf for some time to- come. Several postage for one of the new Inter weeks ago he induced Clarence Urban maps, which shows all th< Slocum, an employe of the Marys-'lines operating in and out of Co- villc Cabinet Company to take out j lumbus and also those under con a policy, along \vith several other; slruclion. Santa's bag is chock full of toys of all kinds again this year, and varied enough to delight the hearts • Mid wishes of youngsters of all ages. Of particular note Is the miniature of household furnishings, stressed because' many children like to "learn bj doing." A few of the toys on display are shown. NOTICE . The following grain elevators and feed stores will be closed Monday. Dec. 28, in observuncc of Christmas: Fsrm Bureau Ohio Grain Co-Op Scotts Mills, Inc. Spurrier Bros. f mum * KIM SERVICES Stuart. Both choirs will sing dur-jsional by the school children. A .ing the day tmd both will appear German preaching service will bu 'during the Vesper .service. Th= held at 10 a. m. Monday. At 8 p. m. •baptism of Infants and the receo- Monday there will be a song service i tion of members; will also mark the by the choir for the public in the i uflcrnoon service. , school auditorium, i i Thn . Glad Tidings Tabernacle A Christinas of permanent pleasure! With this Jfafts&g Electric Range! (On Christmas Ev ' 7:3 ° with n e light Mrc to the ! dass ' O f ™nity Lutheran Church ,. chrlslmaB j oybcHj ,. wU1 bc pro" ™» < hcir a " n " ' -nted. Specia! miuic will be To see our complete display, visit The Rexall Store. Open every night until 10 o'clock. Chas. Asman The Rexall Store hurch aium ul 7 o'cli organ prelude, by Mrs. Gertrude P™»««"- ^ 0 P B |« , Outland will follow the service. 'A ^ ht «™ice and th> pastor will number of children are taking part livc a " ™ tnc them ' the choir 'and the pastor will Jcad in the Scripture rcadine anci P^yer. A large number of children 171: beautifulWarntot ta. l^g^* ^stm b°e c?- ^ChSia^ *o ^^ j of the program: tlie congregation. SOLVED sooaoo CASH PRIZEV JOIN THE CHRISTMAS CLUB TO DAY C,f T Fff f f F.Q'i'b F R AT UNION COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION WRITE A iLOCAH Be sure of a Merry ChrUt- aiiU) next year by joining one or more of the following classes: CLASS U5 Members paying i'jit a week for fifty weeks will receive $12.50 CLAtta 50 Members paying 'Me a v/eek fur iifty weeks will reix'ivc $25.00 CLASS 100 Members ' payjnfi $1.00 a week for tlfty weeks will receive $50.00 CLAHis 200 Members .uaying Sli.UO _ a week for iit'ty weeks will receive flUQM CLASS 500 Members payjiu; $b.UU a wcfk lur iiity weeks will receive Uividbud Added for Couipk-U-il I'aymeuls .with lighted candle:; will leave for: the room below and.the second part of the Christmas program will bets! ven in the 'church hall. The Christmas paguant, "A Shepherd's Staff," ; will be given at the A. M. E. Church tonight at 8 o'clock tinder the direction of Mary E. Fleming. The public is cordially invited. .The Christmas program of tho Day the be- ; ginners will have their cwn program, beingi o-r- A SON gram Will De neict ai u:ju a. m. Mr. and Mrr.. Smith Welch, livini; Christmas Day church services -will eight, mttes north of 'Marysville, an- begin at 10:30 a. m. Both the junior ,n<mnce the birth'of ah 0% Ib. son, and senior choirs will take part Lurry Gene, born Tuesday evening, in this service. The pastor, Rev. 2. December 20(li. .J-. Goedeking, will preach - tho Christmas sermon. i A gift that eaves time,. money nnd work long after the cost'is-forgotten!.-.Clean, fast« economical cooking—as sinfyli; and easy as can b'e—day in ajid day outj year after yearJ._.Secu6ubout it today! RANGE SHOWN •• ONLY $10 DOWN AND $5.56 A MONTH Others Low as S3.48 a Month THE SHERWOOD-X OraM Vtlia- to-th*-1tcot: full poro/A&l •n«m*/, Intulilett orva: • minj oOxr tetnrM, O-»mp, at»nt set stnd titn»r-etock mxlf*.' GOARAHTEE FftEE St. John's Church in the Scttlc- Original Grecian Sculptures Hare Original sculpture dating from classic Grecian days are extremely rare, but numerous copies of fa- ™°"s works ol 8rt - executed by bcing hjddqn by the rubbish of centuries. accumulated Union Ccwmty Federal Savings & Loan Assn. .Eirst English Lutheran Church will i m cnt will observe Cliristmas with •be given on Friday evening at 7:30 services both on Sunday and on o'clock. The program includes the Monday. The JChristmas Day inorn- pugeanl, "Advent," with seventeen j j n g service begins at 9:30 with a children of the parish taking part. | German service and at 10:30 with There will be a processional, songs' English services. The pastor, Rev. by the Sunday school class, scrip-1 August Gerkcn, will deliver the • lure lesson and pruyor, songs by be- j Christmas sermon. The children's j Tho Tribune prtnts names bu ginners in the Sunday school class,' service held in tho evening > Christmas cards. Look over out recitations, an accordion solo, and ^ at 7:30 beginning with a procei:- J selection of cards.-tf. song solos. The program will close with the song, "Hark, The Herald Angels Sing," sung by the. Sunday school class. The annual Christmas service at Our Lady of Lourclu Church will open with the midnight service beginning at 11:55 p. in. with the singing of Christmas carols. At midnight the beautiful Midnight Mats will begin. The choirs of the church have arranged a fine musical program for-the cntiie service. Because many may nut'be able to attend tli Midnight Mass duu to lack tu seating space other services have 'been arranged for 8 o'clock and S;30 on Christmas morning, both £ervici:s being low masses. The midnight service is a high mass. The pastor, Rev. Fr. Carl Lamott will preach the Cliristmas .sermon at the midnight service. At 7 a. m. Christmas Day then; will bu u Catholic service at the Reformatory cliaptl with Ilev. Fr. Car! Laiiu.l, pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, ofTiciating. Christmas carols will 1 be • sung by the umiak; choir. Catholic services will also bc celebrated in thu mission churches under rather Lumott's it North Lewioburg and Me> )ury. The service a! Nui'tli irg is at 7:30 a. in. and at Meejiamcsburg at U a. in. on Christina.-, Day. Two Christmas pageants will U: pi i.'.sen ted in ti'c- 1'rt-ibyu-nan Chureii un Ciiri:,t)i).-L: Day. Thu litnl, t-taiting at 'J'.M a. in, will l.m givoi 'belori; the tliUI'ch Suiuiay ^.-tijul I'lil: , which lll'.HklL:, liil' tlilldlVil primary. ini:i'>i and Only $2.30 Per Month Is AVERAGE National Cogt of Electric Cooking The Mar son-Reserve Power Co, - Prepared by Marysvill* Tribuiu^Betty Crocker Home Service Department CENTER OF THE STAGE COOKIES Their ofliciBl name is Chocolate Crunch Cookies. But I think of them as Center of the Stage Cookies because they are the kind that just naturally get the center of the stage wherever they are served. There we excellent cookies that family and guests accept pleasantly without comment, the Way they accept certain worthwhile people. Then thera are other cookies that are the center of attention the minute they are tasted. Men wish audibly that their wives could produce cookiea like thut—and your women guests ask how you ever made them and hej{ you for the recipe. That's the kind of cookies these Chocolate Crunches are. Flavorful chewy little round cookies with a good brown sufiar taste, and filled with tiny chunks of unmelted chocolate and crunchy nuts. Hero is how they are made: Chocolate Crunch Cookiefl cup shortening (half butter for flavor) cup brown supur (0 tbsp.) cup granulated sugar (<5 tbsp.) >.i tsp. soda V, tup. vanilla cup nuts, chopped i. Ib. sweet bakinp; chocolate, cut in '% inch pieces (about 1 I'.i cups) tivilk, Ohio 1% cups all-purpose flour (1 cup plus 2 tbsp,) Cream the shortening, add su^ar gradually, and cream well. Blend in thu well Liuittji egg:. Kilt the flour tinea before measuring', ^ift the flour, soda, und salt together and stir into the creamed mixture, blend in the vanilla, nuts awl chocolate. (Duugh may be covered und left in the refrigerator to chili before baking if desired.) Drop by teaspoon- fuis, about 1-' inches apart, unto a grenatd heavy baking sheet or pan. Bake from 7 to 9 minutes in a hot oven, 400"'F. These cookies will flatten out as they bake, and they should be soft when they are taken •from the oven. Therefore let them wmain on the pan for u minute after they conio from the oven to cool slightly. They will become more crisp when they have cooled. You'll find that this recipe will make 05 cookies about 2Vj inches in-diameter. Queutiun: Why do my cukus split on top? Answer: Kithtr your oven has'been too hot or you have tiM'd too much flour. Wo lind that for mo^t butter cskes u moderate ovt-n, 350" F., is the ht;.t temperature for baking. Our recipes always give the dkt'L'tion to "aift the Jlour bi-H»'i: measuring." Then the flour should b« spooned liui.tly in'.n the cup without shaking or iiaekiiisr it down. Level oiT tiu- top with a fiat knife. This u the only way Uiat you can get uu accurate measurement. Question: Why dots ray caku shrivel and pull aviay fiom the pan \vlit-n I relative it from tho oven? ,, AiifiWvr: Your cake is bound to pull away fi'um Uio aijti of tht 1 pan a little. TLttt ib one of thu mdiiuuuus that thu fake i.t ilone. And tho uike when ilouo will uot have the vohmi'* it had kt one tiuie Uurius tiie baking, 'i'he rca^ua i^ tii^ ! the fiU-aui which pufltd it up Ua;i tvaijoritux!. If you hava any apeclfic c<uiklng prob'.cniv, tend a Itucr requesting! Infornmtiun to Batty Crock*!' In care of thi* »ew£p&p«r, Vcu v>HI recclvoJ « proiirpl, psrtcnil r«f)ly. Aleuts tnciat* 'i Lent iUnip to t'jvtr |.c stays. ^ f :,J5 3 AJLELPFUL SERVICES This bank is "^ to wl you money fa Christ . mas shopping, other extra expense or any worthy purpose . . . with monthly repayments for periods up to one year! CHECKING ACCOUNTS -J and systematically . . . without carrying large sums of cash at any one time ... and providing a receipt. ^APPTY nPP/"*CIT~~ To safeguard yuur jewelry, O/^rt. I I I^CrWvi I silverware and other valuables during the busy holiday season. Consult us about any or all of these helpful services. WtWBBH eiMii fctat SVSTXM / MEhWEK ! FEQlNHi. D£POSIT I i, toaaJHKCt co«ronamih,. WITH BANCOHIO C

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