The Galion Inquirer from Galion, Ohio on May 20, 1966 · 5
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The Galion Inquirer from Galion, Ohio · 5

Galion, Ohio
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Friday, May 20, 1966
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CIRCUS 1 ' “Beautiful Savior" was the epenfag Igrma Thnradaj after-nooawhen M'memben and two guesta of Circle 1 Peace Lutheran Church Women gathered ofor the monthly session Un LloydPfdfer led devotions Ifce Robert Cramer led the - 1 Bible study "The God Who Ada? and members joined the discussion Mrs Albert Sautter presided lor business opening nidi a - ppemi "Mechanised Mom V ’ Mrs Pfeifer had the offer- tag meditation (Srdci hostesses te a social hour with Circles S and' 5 -werA Mrs Thomas Hrimesand Mrs Berman Saut-& ter substituting for Mrs Albert Sautter CBttXJE S Mry Either link led devotions when 10 members of Or eta 2 met in the Beginners Room of the parish house She also led the Bible study of the day Mrs E D Stun and Mrs L LScheidler wfll take djarge of altar cloths for the next month Members were reminded of an Ingathering of soap at the July picnic! This coflecttoa wfll be eat to a missienr The worship meditation was by Mrs Charles Grubaugh A hymn and prayer by Mrs Fink adjourned the meeting hfiss Alice Plack and Mrs Eari Hottearoth were eircle hostesses CIRCLE I Circle I evened Its meeting with reading of the theme verse for the year and -devotions by Mrs Carl Besstager All joined In the Bible study led by Mrs Eldon- Rafferty who' also read an article on stewardship Tho chairman Mrs Gerald Bate presided far buriness Mrs Eimaf Neumann reported a recent board meeting The meeting dosed with responsive reading of the workshop offerings led by Mrs Besstager Qrdehostesses were Mrs Woodrow Blum and Mrs Wfl Item flutter CBBCLS fl Mrs A J Wittfoschkger led devodou and gave the cuse at the month at a meeting of Orate 'X held ta the Gufld Mrs'Wfljtam Heritor led the Bible study Hoatemee were Mb- Henry Caae and Mrs Fenny Scbnarrenberger ' CBKU I — Mrs Carroll Johnson presided when Chda I met at the parbh hoqse Mrs Hsrold Steett led daretteqe baaed on ?Goffi CUlmonlfM" Mm: Russell fltedber pro-ented the thought for the day "Beautiful Month of May Mrs s Richard Reed had the Bible study ud Mrs Richard Hotturotfa tta causes! the niouth Hostesses forthe social hoar were Mrs C B Woodburn and Mrs Johnson - - - COWLS Y s'- lbs Gerald'&df Ied devo-tions te the meeting of Circle Executive board minutes wore reported TWS drde will take charge oftbejehureh nursery during June 'lb Ctara Jones presented the BiUa study and lbs Mary frane'1 the cause of the month Jen Flack was appointed to Store your winter wear: in a Sanltone Safe Deposit Box You ean bonk on ua to trim amort care of your winter wool If Wrt aao flirt they are pretaeMfrom motha and mWaw aH euraman And ratumad to you Baritone dean and fresh wtenerer you want them i Our Insured Banltqne Box Storage means you can fmgat K abort dsmsg and a piece te keep winter wear this pum-- istrGIvas yeu extra eleaat apaea at home apace that ' nwans so much In keeping those summer fringe fresh took togandufiwririded' ' Treat tfie care of your dotfiee toua your dottiee care - authority Can on ua today 'i ' i t ' - ' -S TIGER CLEANERS Pwfeeaienal t03 HWW " M fS ’ the nominating to prepare date for executivo offices to be filled !- First Latheras Charch RUTH CIRCLE - y Fourteen members of uth Circle First Lutheran Church met last evening at the homo of Mrs Charles Dtakd Maple Dr Mrs John Hissey served as cohostess Mrs Richard Staub opened the business meeting with pray-er and turned the meeting ever to Mrs! Hissey who gave devotions and presented the topic '“The Creative Woman” A general discussion by toe group M-lowed lbs Staub reported on the executive board meeting R was announced that Ruth Circle will furnish refreshments for the church's Bible School June 15-18 Volunteers te the altar com! mlttee te June were received Circle officers for the past year were retained te the IMS-67 season They are: Mrs Staub president and leader - and Mrs Hissey secretary-treasurer lbs Richard Meeker will be hostess for the June meeetag at t6e£hinITTfie meeting dosed with the Missionary Benediction Trinity Lutheran ROTH CIRCLE s Ruth drde Trinity Lutheran Church Women met in the church social rooms following Ascension Day services Mrs Robert Bafliett presided te business- The Bible ttudy “Established in tiie Faith" was led by June Baker with all members participating in discussion Miss Anna Itacht gave the offering meditation Refreshments were served by the hostess Mrs William CL Better Mrs Cox Honored At Columbus Party Mrs Gilbert S Cox attended a three day itate leadership meeting of the Ohio Hospital Auxiliary hdd at the Christopher Inn Columbus this week She was the honored gnest at a cocktail party hdd Wednesday evening Mrs Coe wfll retire as Central District ORA in Jane after serving three year term of office Twig Talk TWIG 10 7 Mr Charles Kraft greeted U members of Women’s Hospital Auxiliary Twig 10 when they met at her home last evening Mrs 8everyn Long conducted Mrs Anthony Loremea was auctioneer for e make and bake sale which netted slightly ever Mrs Kraft wai assisted by lbs Conrad Vauflha in serving refreshments TWIG 1 Mrs Eid Ktibech was hostess to the final meeting of tin season when Twig 1 hdd a pot-hick luncheon at her home The next meeting will be Sept IS at the Wish Bone Tea Room - a vi ' " (fv- Yv Cleaninf ft A Must” : PHONE 4flillt Robert K Casey Taylor Ur Grad To Enter Ministry Graduating from Taylor University' Upland Ind with an AB degree during the 120th commencement - exorcises ' there May S will be Robert K Casey Casey is a religion major and plana to enter the ministry He is the son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Caaey U4 W Atwood SL Commencement speaker win be Dr Janies M Godard president of the Council of Protestant Colleges and Universities from-WihingtonDr-— Otterbein Grads ' To Hear Bishop BlOhop Reuben L Mueller Indianapolis Ind' sente bishop of the Evangelical United Brethren" church and president of the National Councfl of Churches will deliver Ae Otterbein College baccalaureate sermon Sunday morning June 5 to Cowan Hafl Announcement of Bishop Mud-ler’a rota in the 110th commencement exercises at Otterbein was made by Dr Lynn W Tuner Otterbein president The college will confer an honorary ST IX (Doctor of Sacred Theology) degree upon Bishop Mueller in mmwiMrufirt excrcbes that afternoon' v- Now You Know The fiMik e native of East Africa 'Is - an " antelope that atahds only 15 fates Ugh at tiie shoulder 4 i 1HE 1966 HATI0NAL DRIVBtl TEST ' ' ' i GAUOli AUTOMOBILE CLUB GALION OHIO SHARES THE NATIOirS CONCUtN OVES THE -TRAFFIC SAFETY PROBliM AND tJRGES THAT ALL MOIORISn TAKE PART HI THIS EDUCATIONAL EFTOM TO REDUCE TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MAY I Masks I X 3 4 5 7 9 10 is ix IX 14 IX u n 3 r c t c M C 3 AAA aarved u s consultant in Jthc planninY and production of tho National Driven Teat and 'tb AAA: driver ve4ucation textbook SPORTSMANLIKE DRIVING now used in over 8000 ? high schools was a major source of information 7 s r DON'T MISS THE r ’ry- K 1 r - 1 : ’ 'i A ' 63 Mothers Daughters Dine At Iberia Church A mother daughter banquet at United Presbyterian church" I-berta was served to M Wedne-day evening Men of tiie church served the dinner which was prepared under direction of Mrs Bus Fisher and Mrs Harold Thomas : Mrs Robert Cfceswefl was in charge of trifle decorations She need tea pots and spring flowers as the theme : Mrs Gene McCtanen presided for the program and welcomed the group Organ and piano duets were played by Mtk Don Bosh and lbs Charlei framer A toast to the mothers was by Sandra McCIarren Mrs Don Bosh was honored as "Mother of the Year" and was given a -gold charm A poem “What Is a Girl?” was read by Mrs Robert McCIarren The recitation "Our Sweet Grandmothers” was by Debra Sipes "A Mother’s Prayer” was sung by a quintet from the choir “Memoirs To Mothyr” was given by Roberta Braden Mrs Edwin Parrott concluded the program with prayer Births BEHM — A son was born Thursday afternoon May 10 to Mr and Mrs Gordon Behm Marietta Mrs Behm is tiie former Evelyn Baker daughter of Mrs0 Howard Baker GUI Ave The new arrival has been named Dennis Howard Mrs Evelyn Holltnshead GUI Ave is the greatgrandmother RAREY — Mr and Mrs Arthur C Rarey 664 S Union SL are parents of a daughter barn today at Community Hospital Official Dinner ' LONDON (UPI) -Visiting Austrian President Frans Jonas entertained Queen Wteiwih Prince Philip Prime Minister Herald Wilson and other guests at an official dimer Thursday night in the Austrian' embassy Also present were Princess Margaret and her husband Lord Snowdon 24 19(6 9 PM i OFFICIAL wMh T v V (Xtsa r VUm) tV (Tas ar Wa) A B C ar D warC Optelas IX' 17 IX IX 20 21 22 2X 24 2X 24 27 28 29 30 n c 1 c c c 3 c t C C NATIONAL DRIVERS HELP TO COMPILE THE TEST SCORES FOR AREA MOTORISTS BY RETURNING THE COMPLETED TEST FORM TO? GALION AUTOMOBILE CLUB 123 S MARKET ST — GALION OHIO I4- 488-3871 May Disfribulion 01 Gas In Completed COLUMBUS - State Auditor Roger Cloud announced May distributions of gasoline taxes totaling 16381040 to the counties toiimships and municipali-tiee of the state The payment included $3562-043 as the seventh distribution of tiie fiscal year to the municipalities as well as the regular monthly payments of $1780000 to the 88 counties and $106640C for the 1323 townships Payments to the wee townships by county' were Crawford $1300 AdflahdT $12000 Knox $1700 Marion $12000 Richland $14400 and Wyandot $10-400 Payment to the municipalities by county were Crawford $16-881 Addend $1305 Knox 881 Addend $13005 Knox $10738 Marion $2357 Richland $3865 and Wyandot $8-820 BucyrusYoulh Hil By Car Hospitalized BUCYRUS - A four-year-old Bucyrus boy was in fairly good condition fids morning after being struck by a car yesterday afternoon Steven Howell son of Mr and Mrs William C Howell 1111 Reid SL was struck in front of his home at 1:04 pm He was taken far ambulance to Bucyrus Community Hospital where he was admitted with a cradled chest broken ribs a broken left leg and head injuries The driver of the car Mary E Nlckdson 90S Reid St told police that she was headed west when tiie boy ran from behind a mail frock parked In front of his home Faculty Sanraa 150 Seniors Breakfast BUCYRUS — Approximately 35 Bucyrus High School teachers had an extra-curricular chore today They ' prepared and served breakfast to about 150 members of the graduating class at Au-mifler Perk here Serving was from 1:30 to I am with reservations required Thec senior breakfast was started last year LS TIME CBS NETYORK TEST FORM - 31 32 3X 34 3X 34 37 34 3X 40 41 4X 43 44 45 E E E E E 1 E 1 E 3 E 3 E 1 C El TEST IT MAY HELP — 488-1123 Accused Mansfield Shyer May Take Stand MANSFIELD - Lester Eubanks 22 may take the witness stand today in his own defense to Us first-degree murder trial far the Nov 14 kflltag of Mery Ellen Deener 11 Lydon Beam one of Eubank’ court-appointed attorneys said “He will have to deride if he wfll testify I hope he will" Defense witnesses yesterday Included the Rev and Mrs Paul Holt who said Eubanks had lunch with them after he attended Sunday school and church on the day after the murder Dr Sam' Lem Us family- physician Dr Walter Maasie a Mansfield psychiatrist who said he' found Eubanks "hid a mental defect called diaracter neurosis” when he examined him first In 1950 and again in his jail cell this month and Mrs Louise Williams of Crestline Eubank’s mother The psychiatrist said Eubanks told him of events on tiie murder nlghL Dr Massie said: "In my opinion Eubanks’ behavior on the right of Nov 14 was impulsive instantaneous automatic and directly connected with hie mental defecL He baa poor conscious control over behavior” Over vigorous protests of defense attorneys testimony was admitted into evidence of a 19-year-old Mansfield waitress who said Eubanks assaulted her last Aug 19 after choking her until she lost consciousness in tiie restaurant where she Was working alone She said “I started to go past him he grabbed me His era was around my throaL He pushed me into tiie restroom and said ’Listen to this or I’ll kill you’ “He put both hands around my throat and choked me I peased ouL" - Accident Victim CINCINNATI (UPI) - John Lewis Wright 56 was killed Thursday night when be was pushed backwards over a six-foot metal railing and struck his head on concrete below Police searched te the assailant believed to be n farmer mental pa- 44 47 48 49 84 E 3 E 3 E 3 E 3 E 3 OPINION (no ecou) I E 3 II IIL — iv — — E 3 V : — - E 3 TOTAL SCOU SAVE YOUR LIFEl THE G ALIGN Friday May 20 ISM WASHINGTON (UPI) — Rep fiUtam E Minshall DOhio to- traduced a resolution in the House Thursday calling for ere- ation of s 12-member bipartisan committee to recommend tenges in the selective Service AcL The Cleveland Democrat said tiie present draft system ie a This Obviously the girl needs protection! 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