The Piqua Daily Call from Piqua, Ohio on July 9, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO S O C I E T Y at Piqua Country Club. Saturday, August 18, according to . Lowery and his orchestra th. dance committee which induces . | iral , South Pacific. He was a first lieutenant. This fall, he is to be a professor at Otterbein college, Westerville, where he will teach accounting and probably business administration. He graduated with the class of 1935 from Piqua Cen- THE PIOUA DAILY CALL Tears Flow During Graduation MONDAY, JULY 9, 1945 u= at when the Country club attracted a large number of couples Saturday night to the club, the cool weather making the , affair all the more enjoyable. j Present from out-of-town were: I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jackson, Mr. and j Mrs. Jerome Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Swonger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred MacLean, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rieck, Mr. and Mrs Ray Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Doorley, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Forsy- 'the, Mrs. Edward Gray, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Hug-hie McClellan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bender, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voress, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. John K. Zollinger and Miss Donna Kirby, all of Sidney; Judge and Mrs. Carl Felger of Covington; Mr. and Mrs. Alden W. Perkins of Cleveland; Mrs. Ernest Massey of Paramus, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs Herbert Fast of Cincinnati; Major and Mrs. W. W. Trostel from Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Polley of Dayton; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lage of Erie, Pa., and Mr. Arthur Perkins of Cincinnati. The next dance will take place Skin-Misery Help for Family's "Hot Season" \ real friend for sizzling days, scorching nights--it's Messana, the soothing, medicated powder. Checks smart of heat rash, prickly heat, chafe; eases itch 01 ample rashes, on baby and grown-ups. 40-year favorite. Send some overseas. Save most in larger sizes. Get Mexsana. | W. B. A. to I All members are urged to attend Henne and Mr!"and Mrs. C. D. Beck j when Crystal Review No. 30, W. B. of Sidney. Les Shepard ***+ his band play for the August dance. Bridge Luncheon in Covington. will A , meets Tuesday eveing at the home of Mrs. Hattie Fox, 408 South Main street, for an important business meeting. Mrs. Carl Felger of Covington was j Pink and Blue Shower hostess to an unusually lovely luncheon and bridge party Saturday at her home, when prizes for the contract games went to Mrs. T. F. Stacy. Mrs. George Felger and Mrs. W W. Trostel. Mrs. Robert Campling was guest of honor Thursday evening when Mrs. Homer Calby entertained with a pink and blue shower at her home on the Buxton road. Several contests and Dumb Bridge Others present from Piqua were: \ furnished diversion for. the evening, j Mrs. John C. Geyer. Mrs. William j prizes going to Mrs. Richard Jones · M McCulloch, Mrs. Fred A. Shane, Mrs G. P. Wertz, Mrs. Ralph W. Henne. Mrs. W. C. Miles, Mrs. William Weir of Covingion and Mrs. Howard Kyle of Tpp City were also among the guests. Mrs. Wayne Benning and Miss Evelyn Scarbury. Later Mrs. Campling was presented with many lovely gifts arranged in a bassinet. Enjoying the evening besides the hostess and the guest of honor were Mrs. Norbert Lyons, Mrs. Dale Patty, Mrs. Lester Vantilburg, Mrs. Herman Benning, Mrs. Arthur Roeth, Mrs. Richard Jones, Mrs. Approaching Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thayer of 906 Grant street, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Myrtle, to Mack Grimes, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Grimes, 423 South Mam street. The wedding will take place She latter part of the summer. Miss Thayer is employed as bookkeeper at the Piqua National Bank and Trust company, graduating | Loyal Workers 4-H Club from Piqua Central in 1936. She is | M u s Joyce Kellar will entertain also a past president of Lambda j the Loya l Workers 4-H club Tuesday chapter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority. evening when members are asked -_ · -^rtrtt-vfl^r Tila .""Pf! i _ T .,, «-Uftiv« fViird TMWIPpf YlPElin. monri Stubbs. Mrs. Wayne Benning, Mrs. John Fergus, and the Misses Evelyn Scarbury, Virginia Benning | and "Flossie Royer. I «.-;-·» LiU. JJ W-^ i --»»· - -- _7 , Mr. Grimes was recently placed on inactive status, following four years in the Army, 35 months of which were spent overseas in the FEATHERBEDS Urgently Needed New and Old Feathers wanted for armed forces and essential San needs. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PA!D- Complete instructions furnished and we also refund your shipping charges. FOR TOP PRICE mail at once small sample of your feathers in ordinary envelope to: NORTH WESTERN FEATHER COMPANY 210 Scribner Ave, N. W- . Grand Rapids 4, Mich, PHONE 5 5 5 To be assured of fine Dry Cleaning. Called for and delivered for only · . . Call today to have soiled garments dry c l e a n e d so beautifully. Manier Dry Cleaning Phone 555 RAT MANIER, Proprietor. Rear 1309 Broadway STORES ARE NOW CLOSED For Our Annual SUMMER VACATION BOTH STORES WILL OPEN AGAIN \, JULY 16th FEATURING COMPLETE LINES OF FALL AND WINTER APPAREL FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY MADISON lor HIGH AT BROADWAY TEL 88 LUCILE T. MADISON, FuneraJ Director C. W. MADISON, Funeral Director and Embalmer. to have their third project W.S.C.S. to Meet After a business session on the church lawn at four o'clock Wednesday afternoon, the W.S.C.S. of the Grace Methodist church will enjoy a picnic supper for which each is asked to bring a dish of PIQUA CHAPTER RED CROSS AT HOME IN NEW QUARTERS IN WAR ACTIVITIES BLDG, Women's natural gift for home-1 ing machines, now constantly in use has worked wonders at the for Bed Cross work. On the first ""» new quarters for the Piqua Red Cross where furnishings moved only a week ago have already created an atmosphere of both tidy efficiency and a welcome to the many who seek aid. The former Orr residence, now called the War-Activities Building corner of Greene and Downing streets, now houses three local bureaus of war administration. Equipped for an emergency hospital during the days when such a haven might be " necessary, the large, handsome rooms are now being used for not only the local Red Cross activities but also the War Finance Committee office and the floor are also two kitchens, one to be always ready in case of hospital emergency, the other for preparation of any light lunches for Red Cross workers might want. Firemen Assist Members of the Piqua fire de- Veterans Service Center. The entire second and third Just to prove that there may be something in suggestion, 4-year-old Susan Tokarsky notices that Howard Silver, 3, has become unhappy (top) during graduation ceremonies at Eugene Field park playground, Chicago. So Susan gives lusty voice to unhappiness, too, in lower photo. . .and Mrs. Norbert Lyons and son.. food, sandwiches and table service. R b t . m and Mrs . George Ly- Coffee will be furnished by the committee-in-charge. Nancy Mr and Mrs. Urban Lyons ; Mrs. Bessie Davidson and Mrs. Carand daughters, Lois and Carol; Mr. rie Reed were guests . of_ Mr. _and Doro . i thea Blacke and son, Clifford; Mr. Mrs; Walter Barnett of Troy Sun- 'day. · When Mrs. Charles King' and - - - - - - - - - - - - . - M I , . .. r --- -- S/Sgt. Lee Lewis, recently releas- i George White and daugh- i small son, Steven, returned Friday . . . . . . ~ - - - - - - ,,,,,,, TMTMr, , a . . . i ed from a German prison camp will be guest speaker and Mrs. j Charles Baker will give a reading as part of the afternoon's program. «·-$-» Deborah Class Members of the Deborah class of he St. John's Lutheran church and heir families will meet Tuesday vening at 6:30 for a picnic supper n lower Fountain Park. »-Sj,-* Wirrich Entertained at Dinner Wesley Wirrich was guest of honor when Mrs. Lloyd Buroker of 828 West Water street entertained with six o'clock dinner Sunday evening prior to his induction in the Armed Services Thursday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Banning, Mrs. Wesley Wir- rich, the hostess and the guest of lonor. ters, Regina and Kathleen; the Misses Jeanne Lyons and Norman Snyder: Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lyons and daughters, Joan and Gail of Logwood W here they spent 10 days as guests, of Mr. and Mrs. William Brueggeman (Mildred King), they brought the Bruegge- v.-- D . ..... , _________ _____ . Marysville, Indiana and Mr. and I man's young son, Jimmy, back to Mrs.- Edward Lyons and children, Edward and Daniel of Dorothy, Sidney. It was regretted Mrs. Barney Ernst and daughter, Piqua with them for a week. Pvt. King is receiving treatment at Crile General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. that Mr. and j Brueggeman, who have recently ' of Cincinnati could not Caroline attend. Good Will Club The committee-in-charge of arrangements when the Good Will club meets on Wednesday evening will include Mrs. Mabel McClellan, Mrs. Ruth Norris, Mrs. Gil Peters and Mrs. Scott Sullenbarger. N. C. O. 4-H Club. Thirteen members of the N. C. O. Mixed Tournament at Country Clufc j 4_n club responded to roll call Fri- Thirty-three players enjoyed tha ^ay evening at Fountain park when first mixed tournament of the season Friday afternoon at the Piqua Country club when prizes of golt balls were awarded for low scores. The group enjoyed dinner together after the tournament. Low score was a tie between Mrs. Lee Harmony and Harry L. Bell, and Mr. and Mrs. William H. Snedeker, their cards totalling 72. Mrs. C. B. Lage and C. Foster Stickler won second honors with a card of 74, while Mrs. G. B. Shaw and Clinton A. Campbell ran a score of 75. Mrs. Harry L. Bell and Warren S. Gravett tied with Mrs. Warren S. Gravett and Lee Harmony, and Mr. and Mrs. Benson Jackson, all three pairs scoring 76. Benson Jackson and Mrs. Lee Harmony plans were made for a picnic supper for the girls and their parents Sunday, July 15. No place has been set for the occasion. After a recreational program, the group adjourned to meet again July 18 at the home of Miss Beatrice Sul- denberger. 4-H Washington Township Club. The 4-H club of Washington township will meet with Bob Cassidy of the Washington pike on Wednesday at 8 p. m, *_«_* Marriage Announced. Mr. Theodore C. Tirnman of Akron is announcing the marriage of ' his daughter, Joyce Irene, to Pvt. Ash street, which took place Bat- June 16, at Crown Point, won men's and women's low gross I Buckley E. Martin, son of Mr. and 5core . i Mrs, Frederick K. Martin, 629 West Playing were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Harmony of New Bremen; Mr.' and urday, Mrs. C. B. Lage of Erie, Pa.; Mr. I j n( j. and Mrs. Henry Ver Wayne, Mr. i Pv t. and Mrs. Martin have been and Mrs. C. D. Beck of Sidney; Mr. gues t s o f the former's parents since and Mrs. Warren S. Gravett; Mr. June 2 i and leave Tuesday for Chi- and Mrs. Harry Schellhaas, Mr. cago w h e 're the bride is a secretary and Mrs. Lee Roy Radabaugh, Mr. j at yaughn General Hospital, Hines, and Mrs. Harry L. Bell, Mr. arid j ^ Mrs. William Snedeker, Mr. and ; pvt _ Mart i n returned to this coun- Mrs.. Benson Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. try May 2g after 16 mont ,hs overseas purchased a home in Lakewood, will come to Piqua next week-end for Jimmy who is now visiting his grandfather, Mr. Frank H. King of West Greene street. Miss Mary Mitchell and Miss Thelma Thomas have returned from Florida where they spent more than two weeks visiting the greater part of the time with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simpson at St. Petersburg. They also spent a few days in St. Augustine. They made the trip by bus. Mrs. Simpson is the former Beryl Thomas of Piqua. Mr. and Mrs. Logan A. Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Upton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Clem Eley, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Ayres, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Black and Dr. and Mrs. V. W. Hunt returned Saturday from' a week's cruise up the Ohio and Kan- awa rivers from Cincinnati to New Martinsville, W. Va., and back. The trip was made aboard the Gordon C. Green, famous Ohio river boat. Mrs. Dorothy Miller of 212 Miami street has returned from Portsmouth, Virginia where she attended the wedding of her son, Charles E. Miller, S. F. 3/c to Miss Dorothy Ann Weigandt of Sidney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weigandt of 510 Third avenue. floors are now given over to the Red Cross, with a few rooms on the first floor also used for the functioning of that organization. Light, airy and spacious, the rooms still retain much of the dignity which clings to what was one of the city's outstanding homes, bunt many years ago by General William P. Orr. The same furnishings and draperies that were used in the recently vacated Red Cross headquarters on Wayne street fit with perfect advantage in the new location. With the growth of the organization's activities, much larger space was demanded which is now amply provided. Mrs. Pauline Tafel, general chairman, has her office in the front room that spans' the second floor. Here roomy, built-in bookcases hold her files. The walls have been painted a cheerful cream color that blends with the rnassive mahon- gany woodwork. Visitors are provided privacy. Ample Work Space A hall through the middle of the second floor has the staff assistants' reception room on the west side. Back of this is the supply room where commodious cupboard space accommodates articles necessary for their work. Across the hall is a general room for Mrs. John B. Judkins, in charge of volunteer special services, and Mrs. Benson Jackson, production chairman. In this east room are long tables for cutting and packing. At the rear of the second floor, east side, in a storage room and a room for the junior partment have given generous help in readying the headquarters for occupancy. They have performed all the heavy tasks the women were unable to accomplish, such as installing screens, putting up flags and fitting cords into all the window sashes so the windows may be raised and lowered without props. Cards are being made which will direct visitors to various offices. All this work has been accomplished in a surprisingly brief time. The rooms look as if they had been in use for an indefinite period instead of less than two weeks. The wheels of welfare work move on with quiet efficiency. Women of Piqua are doing their part on the home front and making a splendid job of it. Aid society, which group is sponsoring the Troop, and the Troop committee members, Mrs. Claude Harris, Mrs. Maude Woodson, and Mr. Darrell Taylor, Following the Invocation by the Rev. H. B. Brightman and group singing, Mrs. V. G. Scott, Girl Scout Executive of Piqua, gave a history of Scouting, assisted by Mrs. Francis Wright, Mrs. Stanley DuBois, Mrs. A. W. French, jr., and Mrs. Cleo Groven. After this the girls were invested as Girl Scouts, each giving the scout promise and receiving her scout pin. At the close all Scouts, their friends and families formed the Goodnight Circle. HOLD INVESTITURE CEREMONY FOR NEW GIRL SCOUT TROOP Investiture services for 14 girls of Piqua Scout Troop 19 of the Girl Scouts of America were conducted Sunday afternoon before an audience of friends and relatives in the Cyrene A. M. E. church. Mrs. Darreir Taylor, leader of the new group, and her assistant, Mrs. Ada Cass, were present to accept their obligations, as well as Mrs. Mary Byrd, president of the Ladies Red Cross. In the third floor are stored hospital beds, stretchers and medical supplies that formerly equipped the Emergency Hospital. There is all kinds of storage space on this third floor so that no excess material need clutter the downstairs but at the same tome is easily accessible if needed. Mrs. Charles B. Upton, in charge of the Emergency Hospital, will have no trouble locating any hospital supplies that might be called into use in case of any disaster. In the large room on the first floor that was formerly the dining room when the house was occupied by the Orr family, are twelve sew- NOW - TUES. CONTINUOUS SHOWS DAILY Howard Meckstroth, Mrs. G. B. Shaw, Mrs. William Zollinger, Mrs. Walter O. Decker, Miss Martha Statler, Henry J. Besanceney, Ralph Louis, Jr., Clinton A. Campbell, C. Foster born, Al Harris, Ralph Henne. Joining the group for dinner were: Mrs. Henry J, Besanceney, Mrs. C. Foster Stickler, Mrs. Ralph Henne, Walter O. Decker and Samuel S. Louis. +-$·-* Junior Mothers Circle The Junior Mothers Circle will Wednesday at 7 p. m. in up- service. ·*·-$-»· Meeting Postponed. The meeting of Talawanda chap" 1 p1,'in'h U nf i t*r, Mailbag club has been postponed , waipn us- ; fr(jm tonig , ht untn next Monda y evening. I Golden Wedding Anniversary ! To Be Celebrated. | The Reverend and Mrs. C. E. ': Krumm, former pastor of the St. i John's Lutheran church, will cele- ! brate their golden wedding anniversary at their home, 641 College uw: £UUU »^....rwnenMrs!TrrS-! avenue, Columbus 9 Ohio with a ma Draving and Mrs. Esther Smith : dinner Sunday, July 15 when their will be in charge of arrangements. , close friends and relatives will be Miss Coral Hatin, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Wenrich of route 1, leaves tonight for Marion, Michigan where she will be the guest of relatives. Mr. and -Mrs. C. B. Lage, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Haxry L. Bell of Park avenue since last Tuesday, left Sunday night for their home in Erie, Pa., planning to stop SGT, SmVERDECKER RECEIVES RELEASE Net Thrills ID TECHNICOLOR! tet L Doubly guaranteed » writing to be perfect; Z Individually registered in owner's name; 3. Guaranteed in writing as to workmanship; 4. One uniform national price on sealed-on tag. SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED LAST TIMES TONIGHT with That Gay CabelUro TUESDAY WED. and THURS, EVENINGS After 56 months in the Army and 300 combat flying hours, T/Sgt. Ralph F. Shiverdecker, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Himmelright of route 2, Piqua, has received an honorable discharge from Camp Atterbury, Indiana with a total of 93 points. With the 10th Combat Cargo squadron in the China-India-Burma theater, T/Sgt. Shiverdecker graduated from Piqua high school with the class of 1937, entering the service on December 22, 1939. Receiving training as an aerial engineer, he went overseas 13 monthi ago where he flew 300 combat fly; hours as a crew member on a cargo plane. He holds the Distinguished Ply- ng Cross, two air medals and two battle stars for his participation in at Bryan,- O., .t mother en 'route. see Mrs. Lage's battles Bhamo. Members will food to bring. be notified what ; present. Rev. and Mrs. Krumm have reach; ed the age of 75 years and are living Woman's Bible Class ! a retired life after nearly half a Members of the Woman's Bible ! century in the Lutheran ministry, class of Grace Methodist church · twenty years of which were spent in have postponed their annual picnic ; Piqua, from Tuesday of this week until Re V _ Mr. Krumm, coming here as Tuesday afternoon, July 17, at a student pastor in June. 1895, and Fountain Park. I his congregation, first worshipped a small frame building at the Mrs. Ethel Nevins,.cateress at the Piqua Elks club, has returned from a week's vacation which she spent with Mr. and Mi's. John Slag of Holland, Mich., at their summer home on Ottawa Beach, Lake Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Louis V. Decker's daughters, Eve and Jean, have gone to Pittsburgh, Pa., lor a visit with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George. O. Richardson of Sewickley. They made the trip chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Harmony of New Bremen. Mr. and- Mrs. Frederick J. Henne of Broadway went to Detroit, Friday for their eldest-daughter, Julia, who has spent a-month with -her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Barker. Mr. and Mrs. Al M. Harris, 700 Marriage Announced Mrs. Dora Bowling of 529 i-i New street is .announcing the marriage fcure of her daughter, Wanda Katherine, ; 1913 to Pfc. Kenneth F. Shutz, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Shutz of 317 Cron avenne : which took place in a ceremony performed ^ one o'- Washingtoil| D . c.; and Walter. Co- clock July 2 at the tese chapel, i * th , and Downing streets North Downing street, have as their where now stands the brick struc- ~"*- fh - " tt01 "' H TM t ' h ' 5r a n H his urK jer his pastorate in " Their children, Mrs. Clark Kelsey the inter's brother and his bride, Mr. and Mrs. Alden W. Perkins of Cleveland, who were married a week ago today and will spend of Mytyktiria anc jforr/nj P.tirLAWFORD'Donald CRISP lunelOCKHART · Nigel BRUCE WILLIAM "Billy" SEVERN-LEON AMES DONALD CURTIS NILS ASTHER ROBERT LEWIS LASSIE and LADDIE PRESIDENT, PARTY (Concluded from Page One) PLUS Color Cartoon "Unwelcome Guest" · NEWS EVENTS · UNUSUAL OCCUPATIONS f WALKER-BEN BLUE KENNY BOWERS-Ml . KAN MURPHY TOMMY H AM IIS OMBTU talks end, probably including one to London. Also aboard the ship with the President were the White House correspondents for the three major press associations. However, the last public word from Press Secretary Charles G. Ross prior to his departure was that no reporters would be allowed to cover the Big Three meeting itself. ROSE was in the presidential party. One-seventh of the total area of Ireland is peat bog. "I'd like to See YOU SMILE SAYS... (Margaret), Evanston, Illinois; Paul, | this week in Piqua, City, Missouri; Robert, Drew Field. Tampa, Florida. Chaplain Conrad Homer performed the couple were Mrs. Charles C. Jelleff of Boone lumbus. and their families will be street is enjoying an extended visit . . . . to Mp tt«m ._ The dinner will be given by the Rever- from her granddaughter, Patricia of Swartz, Jr. The bride is employed at Lear. Inc. Pvt. Shutz is stationed at Drew Field, Florida. * "·" * Eural Farm Youth Members of the Rural Farm Youth are reminded of the skating party to be held in Troy Wednesday- evening. Pvt. Lyons Entertained bhe W. and Mr, Herbert ft* « Cin- above address. : Hemm road. Mrs. Charles Staate of Harrison Pvt. Joseph Lyons, home on fur- street was admitted Saturday morn- lough, was guest of honor when j i ng to Stouder Memorial hospital, members of his family and rela- j Troy. She had fallen on her front tives enjoyed a potluck dinner Sun day at Fountain Park. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard porch a week previously and suffered a fracture of the right hip. Mrs. Robert Woods and daugh- Lyons and daughters, Janice and j ters, Bobbie May and Linda Kay, Stork Parade Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark, 146 Liberty street, Bradford, are the parents of a boy, born at 2:38 a. m., today at Piqua Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Faehl, 8 Run- die avenue, are announcing tli« birth of a daughter at 9:31 a. m., today at Piqua Memorial hospital. and Usi Cau Want Adj Local Agent for All MAGAZINES New or Renewal All Publisher's Offers Duplicated. MABEL GINN 1109 BROADWA1 PH. 368 (CAN MANAGER FREE AMBULANCE SERVICE Within City Limits. GROVEN FUNERAL HOME Phone 75 326 N. Wayne COLONIAL FINANCE CO. When anyone comes to Colonial's office wearing long, unhappy face--due to money worries or problems-it always makes me feel good to know I can Help SMILE again! Most worries come from money shortages. If you any such worries, come to see me! I've helped hundreds say good bye to money troubles. I'm ready to do for you, right now. 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