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Tuesday, September I, 1942 THE DAILY HERALD—CIRCLEVILLE, OHIO Page Five *r>. Social Happenings - Personals - News of Interest to Women Ann Elizabeth Denman, Gayle C. Wolf To Wed fJ l ngagement Of Local Couple Announced SOCIAL CALENDAR The engagement and approach* tng marriage of Miss Ann Elizabeth Denman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert S. Denman. 405 North Pickaway street to Mr. • lOayP Christy Wolf, w or Mr. arui Mrs Elmer E Wolf, 545 North Court street, is announced by Mr and Mrs, Denman Sunday. September 27. is the date chosen for the marriage 9 .whict will take place In the *Fir*»* Methodist church at Roswell Nev Mexico Miss Denman u now employed at 'he Ralston Purina company. Sh* attended Ohio State unlver- J fj- it. she was pre sident snrl treii-ure1- of Phi Mu sorority, vice ; presider,* cl Womans Panhellenic aseocibtlor and member of Browning Dr* math society Mr Wolf attended Cap tai uni* -vein tv md Ohio State university : where he became a member of Pi Kapp* Alpha He is now vt the Army AP Force advance (lying school In Roswell He will receive his commission as second lieuten- 9 j«nt the Im.st <: Se ♦ember " > * • Birthday Party Honoring her grandson, Johnny Greene, of Columbus Mrs. stanley Peters ct Wert Water street <*n^ tertained at a party IC affair markini his seventh birthday anniversary. Mrs. Adolphus Pearce and Mrs, Edwin Peters were assisting hostesses. A simple dessert course was at ’he dote of the afternoon of games. Present were Richard and Son- ! ny Redman, Teddy Raymond, | David, Tommy and Barbara Sowers, Donald Smith, Paul Frederick, ^Billy Ti and Bonnie Beck, ’Teddy Megan, Jimmy Purcell, Bobby Radcliff. Robert Morgan, Ralph Hoffman Jr., Sally Cormel* ey, Richard Greene, Kathleen Mc* Daniel, Helen Mogan. Loul?* Anne m Walters, Ta tm hi A Martha Blue Kathleen Hare, Dianne Hudson, Marsha Sue Wharton, Barbara, Jimmy, Dorothy and Patricia Peters Norman Kuhn and Phyllis Peter* ^ Bi rf Ida; Others rd Mrs. Ben Gordon of Northridge road entertained friends of her ■on, Larry, at an Informal party Monday rn observance of his ^ fourth birthday anniversary. ^ A picnic lunch waa served on the lawn of the Gordon home after an hour of enjoyable games. Mrs. Leon Gordon, Mrs. Lloyd Stiles and the Misses Ann and Rebecca ^ I Gordon assisted the guests. Present for the o cash n were Nancy Bowers, Gary and Diane Mason, Bobby and Ruth Norpoth, Mike and Timmy Kirkpatrick, a Martha 8 r Shir ay Axin Stlleji, David and Everett Thomas and Charles Gerhardt. • • * Violin Trio Re. ital Loring J Witticb of Circleville ^ presented a violin trio recital Monday In the First Presbyterian church three of his pupils, Emma Bow'aher, Ealtcreek towmship, Virginia Hilshciraer, Chillicothe, and Paul Smith, Lancaster, being ^ heard in a program of c ^standing excellence. Too much cannot be said for the fine work of Mi,®* Bowsher, a four yea’- student, although the evening waa featured by the brilliant 81 playing i Mins Hiisheimer and TUESDAY LUTHERAN WOMEN’S BIBLE class, parish house, Tuesday at 7 p. rn. LOGAN ELM GRANGE, PICK- away school, Tuesday at 8:30 p. rn. NEBRASKA GRANGE, THE grange hall, Tuesday at 8:30 p. rn. SALTOREEK VALLEY grange, Saltcreek school, Tuesday at 8:30 p. rn. WESTMINSTER BIBLE CLASS, home Mrs. Marvin Steeley, Washington township. Tuesday, at 7:30 p. rn- MORRIS CHAPEL INTER- mediate Christian Endeavor, home Harry Arledge, near Kingston, Tuesday at 8 p. rn. WEDNESDAY PAST CHIEFS* CLUB, HOME Misa Uarlssa Talbut, 439 East Union street, Wednesday at 8 p. rn. CIRCLE 7. W, S. C. S , HOME Mrs. C. S. Barnhart, Montclair avenue. Wednesday at 7:30 p. rn. THURSDAY PYTHIAN SISTERS, PYTHIAN Castle, Thursday at 8 p. rn. U H. MISSIONARY SOCIETY, home Mrs. C. O. Kerns, West Union street. Thursday at 7:30 p. rn. W. S. C. S., METHODIST church, Thursday at I p. rn. MORRIS U. H. AID, HOME Mrs. Clan Schooley, Pickaway township, Thursday at 2 p. rn. FRIDAY ZELDA B1BLL CLASS, HOME Mrs. Charles Fullen, 111 Northridge road. Friday at 7:30 p. rn. SUNDAY GULICK REUNION, HOME L. G. Sehleich, north of Williamsport, Sunday. the fine tonal quality and power shown in the performance of Mr. Smith. While the solo work was deeply enjoyed by the medium sized audience, the violin trio received round after round of applause from a group sincere in Its appreciation of the surprisingly finished performance of the three students. Miss Abbe Mills Clarke of Circleville waa accompanist for the violin trio. Mary Good assisted Emma Bowsher; Mary Carr, Paul Smith and Mrs, S. A. Steele. Virginia Hiisheimer. Mr. Wittich will present the three pupils in recital Tuesday in South School building. Lancaster. * • • Trailmalocrs* Class Trallmaker* class of Calvary Evangelical church met recently at the* home of Miss Luella Baxter, South Washington street. Mrs. Edward Best was assisting hostess. The meetuig waa called to order by Mrs. Joe Brink, president, with Scripture reading and the Le "d’s Prayer. Articles taken to the meeting were to be used in filling Christmas boxes for the boys in service. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Talmer Wise, with a covered dish supper. Each member is asked to take one or more magazines to be sent to the boys in the Army. Refreshments were served ny tat- hostesses at the close of the evening Eleven members and one SHOW VZ AVES* NEW UNIFORMS JSftJS* the smart uniforms that have been designed for the WAVES, the United States Navy’s new women's auxiliary. Lieut. Comdg. Mildred McAfee, right, who heads the new unit, is pictured inspecting the uniform of Lieut. (J. g ) virginia Carlin of Springfield. Mas*. guest, Mrs. Harold Sharp, were present. * • * Guilds Reunion The annual reunion of the Gui- ick family will be held Sunday, September 6 , at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Schleich, three and one-half miles north of Williamsport on the Williamsport-Darbyville pike. A basket dinner will be served at noon. * * rn Sec vers-at rawaer Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Strawser, West Ohio atreet, announce the marriage of their daughter, Katherine, to Mr. Everett Seevers of West Virginia. They were married Friday, August 28, at the Strawser home with the Rev. A. M. Morehead of the Church of the Nazarene officiating. Refreshments were served after the ceremony. Present were Dr. ancrtMrs. Lloyd Jonnes, Mrs. Hattie Justice, Mrs. Nellie Reeler and children, Mrs. Verna Strawser, Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson, Mrs. Katherine Teets, Mrs. Loring Allen, Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Mrs. Rose Moats, Mrs. Mildred Smallwood, Mrs. Katherine Cobb and Mrs. Raymond Lemaster and children. A wedding dinner honoring the bride and bridegroom was arranged at 8 p. rn. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brigner of Huston street. The new Mr. and Mrs. Seevers will go to West Virginia on a trip in about two weeks. * • • Bridge Club Mrs. Floyd Hook and Mias Nelle Anderson won prizes in the games of contract bridge Monday when Mrs. Earl Price entertained her card club at her home on Edison avenue. Mrs. Price served cool beverages at the card tables during the evening. Mrs. Edward Helwagen, North Court atreet, will entertain the club in two weeks, the regular meeting being postponed because of Labor Day. • • * Country Club Party Resenations are coming in rapidly for the luncheon-bridge party to be Thursday at the Pickaway Country club. Women of the club and out-of-town guests will be entertained at the affair for which Mrs. David Goldschmidt is serving as general chairman. Contract and auction games are scheduled for the afternoon and prizes will be awarded. • • • Pickaway Garden Club Pickaway County Garden club has postponed Its meeting from 1 j Friday, September 4, to Friday, September ll, when the sealion will be at the home of Mrs. Turney Pontius of Thatcher. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p. rn .1 and will open the aeries of monthly programs of the club. • • • Golden Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McKinley of Darbyville will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday, September 8 , with a family diruier at noon and open house from 2 until 5 p. rn. Mr. and Mrs. McKinley were married September 7, 1892, and lived for a short time in Darby township before moving to Darbyville. They have one son, Thomas McKinley, who with their twin sons, Dale and Gale, are living at Fairfield, near Dayton. 'Their other son, Joe McKinley, a former resident of Circleville, is now engaged in defense work in Parkersburg, W. Va • 6 9 W. S. C. S. The Woman’s Society for Christian Service of the Methodist church will have it first monthly session of the Fall season Thursday at the church. Miss Alice Hunter of Lancaster, a returned missionary, will be guest speaker at the afternoon meeting. Circle 3 , Mrs. George Welker, chairman, is in charge of the program. Luncheon will be served at noon and the meeting of the executive board vvill be beld at the table. • • • .Morn* L. B. Ald Morris Chapel United Brethren Aid society will meet Thursday at 2 p. rn. at the home of Mrs. Oland Schooley of Pickaway township. Mrs. Albert Musselman and Mrs. Eva Musselman will be assisting hostesses. • * * 1*1 da Bible Class Mrs. Charles Fullen of 111 Northridge road will be hostess at the meeting of the Zelda Bible class of the Methodist church when members gather Friday at 7:30 p. rn. at her home for the first session of the Fall. • * * D. U. V. Daughters of Union Veterans will have Its regular session Tuesday (tonight) at 7:30 o’clock in the Post room, Memorial hall. • * • Mrs. Mane Kmsminger of Indianapolis, Ind., came Tuesday for a visit with Mr, and Mrs. Homer Wright of Saltcreek township, * * • Mrs. Ada Wilson of West High street has returned home after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Costlow of New Holland, ¥ • * Miss Mary Jane Schlear of Dayton is visiting her brothel -in-law j “PEACH” FOR PEACH QUEEN I m&M rn I . . On The Air TI HSUAV fcltenlUK 6:46 Lowell Thomas. WLW. 7:UU Amos n Andy, VV BNS; bred Waring, WLW; Fulton Lewis Jr., WBKC. S:QD Johnny Presents, WLW; Ars You A Missing Heir?, VV BN S. 8:30 Horace Heidt, WLW. 9:00 i arnoub Jury Trials. WINO; Tommy Higgs, WBNS. 9:30 Cheers Irom the Camps, W BNS; John Nesbitt. WLW; Nation at War. WENK. 10:00 Date With Judy, WLW; John B. Hughes, WBKC. 10:48 News lier* and Abroad, vv Aiea 11:00 HUSS -Morgan, WENK. 11:30 Hay Heatberton. WING. 12:00 Harry Jamea WUK); Vaughn Monroe, VV T A Al. usual life of Richard Harding Davis, "Soldier ct Fortune." Changing its usual format of biographical dramas, Cavalcade’s vehicle assumes the pattern of an obituary, written one day after the death of Davis. In this fast- moving original by Frank Wilson and Alan Lerner, Claude Rains becomes a fashion-setting, nightclubbing journalist who never missed a scoop. Whether it was tile coronation ot a Russian Czar the Johnstown Flood, Davis Morgan L. Beatty, Don Goddard, Carey Longmire and John Gunther. Conductor Billy Mills wound up hie Summer personal appearance tour with the Fibber McGee and Molly orchestra and Is back in Hollywood this week readying musical scores for the Winter McGee airshows. or was there to cover the Women worshipped reporters admired abilities, and doors world were opened tleruan-reporter in news. him, brother his fantastic all over the to this gen- search of 9:00 VV Ell 'N ES DA Y Morning Breaalasi Club WCOL. Afternoon 12:00 Boake Carter. WBKC. 1:00 ll. ll. Baukhaae, WCOL. 2:00 Cedric Foster WHKC. Evening 6:45 Lowell Thomas. WLW. 7:00 Amo# 'n’ Andy, VV BNS: Fred Waring * WLW; Fulton Lew In Ji.. WHKC. 7:45 H. V. Kaltenboni WLW. 8:00 Nelson Eddy, WjK; Adventures of Thin Man, WLW. 8:30 Dr. Christian WJR. 9:00 Gabriel lleutter, WON; Those We Love. WLW. 9:30 Mr District Attorney, WLW; Danny Thomas Show. WENK; Suspense. WB NS. 10:00 Great Momenta In History, WBNK; John Hughes, WHKC: Morgan Beatty, WWVA: Kay K^ser, WLW. 10:45 Nee* Her* and Abroad, WOWO. 11:00 VV I Ilia rn L Sh Her. WBNS. 11:30 Dirk Stabile. WKRC; Kicb- ard lumber. WBNK 13.00 Glen Grav, WING; Hal Mo- Intvre. WHIO: Tommy Tucker, WH HQ KAY IN CARIBBEAN Kay Kyser has been invited by General Andrews, commanding officer of the forces in the Caribbean, to spend two weeks in that arca entertaining our boys with his "College of Musical Knowledge" troupe, now airing from Hollywood over NBO Wednesday nights. Herb Vigran Is a newcomer to story. ] the "Those We Love" cast playing the part of "Nosey" Jones. The comedian has a new law degree (LLB) from Indiana university, but prefers cutting entertaining capers to giving out legal advice. Herb appeared on the New York stage In various comedy roles for three years before coming to Hollywood. Just to show that she knows the job over which she is to* reign, 21-year-old Donna Sahlen poses like this She has been selected as queen of the Peach Festival at South Haven, Mich., Aug. 29-30, and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kibler, of Watt street • * * Mrs. Harry Trump of Muhlenberg township was a Monday shopping visitor in Circleville. * rn 9 Mrs. Frank Bowling of Jackson township waa a Circleville shop- j per Monday. • • • Mr*. N. C. Wagner of Walnut township shopped in Circleville Monday. 9 9 • Mrs. John Fry of near Ashville v as a Monday shopping visitor In Circleville. ^ * * • Mr. and Mrs. Everett Beavers of Orient were business visitors in Cirtlevilla Monday. ‘Wilton iuwtfji** ASHVILLE muutHniMtKXMumflitxuaiNUAami iiitiu:i jiui.cuiu Walter Cummins, our local livestock buyer, recently purchased of L. E. Foreman seven head of IOO pound fat steers for the Columbus market. ---------------------Ashville-■ The Mrs. A. B. Coutright public sale at the "old home place” in Walnut township, Saturday, w quite well attended with prk averaging fair to good with livestock sales especially strong. A sold that was advertised. Lower Dreisbach, auctioneer. This "old home place’’ which we mention, was owned and operated near one- hundred years ago by Jesse Cour- right a prominent citizen and an auctioneer. Recall hearing quite a small boy saying to his mother at one of these Jesse Courtrig! * sales: "Don t you hear that ma:, talking to you”? ------------------Ashville- ....... Over at the two grain elevator.*yesterday to learn, if any, what was going on about the two usual busy spots in town. At the "South House’’ as commonly nam- j ed, ran into a flock of turkey youngsters, some several week* old, feasting on some sort of ground up feed to make ’em weigh a lot in so and so time and get their names in print for doing the stunt it was planned they should do. Across the road at the "North House" a lot of feed was going through the grinder with everybody busy. Did find out that one of those newly constructed, cement silo, grain bins, with a capacity of fifteen thousand bushels, was about full up to the top. Too, did learn that several wooden storage bins are being built alo* - and near the N, & W. switch track. Tell more later about these. Aah vlllo un An addittonsl room In what is knowm as the Measick building and owned by Paul Geiger, Hebron has been leased by the Cloud pre? shop and will be occupied soon as such change* to meet the needs, can be made. -AshvilH What is known here as the Haas brothers, Charles, Harold and Paul, \ Columbus, sons of Sam and Mrs. Haas, are all ot them in tile army | war service. Mrs. Lydia Brinker, Long street, is their grandmother. I Mrs. Haas was a visitor at the , Brinker home, her former one, yesterday. -----------------Ashville........ -....... Before so long now, William Wheeler and family, residing north of town on the Lou Kinder place, will be moving in their own new home on Jefferson avenue. WORKERS ON VOX POP Aircraft workers — men and women, in a dramatic illustration of American free labor versus axis slaves, will be Interviewed by Parks Johnson and Warren Hull on Vox Pop’s Labor Day broadcast from the "Niagara frontier" assembly plant of the Bell Aircraft corporation, Buffalo, N. Y., Monday, September 7, at 8 p. rn. over CBS. One of tho youngest of the top-ranking aircraft manufacturers. Bell is receiving an "E" award for building the P-39 Airacobra, famous fighting plane constructed around 37 mm. cannon firepower. CLAUDE RAINS RETURNS Frequent visitor to the Cavalcade Of America, Claude Rains returns on Monday evening, September 7. to bring to radio listeners thrilling scenes from the un- RKPLATEK ON PARADE For the first time In its series of nearly 90 broadcasts, tile "Treasury Star Parade" presents a repeat performance, when "Statue of Liberty,” co-starring Judith Anderson and Maurice Evans, and written by John Latouche. is rebroadcast during the week of September 7. Robert Montgomery will be heard as master of ceremonies. To Relieve Distress of MONTHLY FEMME WEAKNESS due to functional periodic disturbances-try Lydia E. Pinkham’s Compound tablets (With added iron'. Also fine stomachic tonic! Follow label directions. Well worth trying! RADIO BRIEFS Jay Jostyn, radio’s "Mr. District Attorney," is doing the narration on a series of training films for the aeronautical division of the Navy. Among the guest commentators to be heard on the new Upton ' Close "World News Parade" which starts on NBC Sunday, September 20 at 3:15 p. rn., are ■ABhVlll*- Joan Tosca of East Main street waa a recent visitor at the home of Barton Griffith and family at Grove City. (She has for her guest Miss Agues Goidhart of that place. Ashville ........... You’ve heard of a good many i different kinds of stakes, includ-! ing grub and others. But for the wooden kind to be sledge hammered into the earth, our Joe Pobst is a real manufacturer of them. Puts them out of his buzz saw. ! planer shop by the thousands. Has his own outfit to do this work, including a full sized saw mill which converts full sized logs into stake lumber. — ........Ashville- -- Mrs. Howard Drizigaker and sons, formerly of Walnut township, now living at 1034 Elmwood street, Columbus, e ere visitors in Ashville and Walnut township Monday. -........-.............. Aah villa ...Tuesday morning at 8:00 a. rn.. Rev. Dwight Woodworth left to attend the First National Convention of the Methodist Youth Fellowship which is held at Miami university, Oxford, Ohio, from September 1-5. Rev. Woodworth, who Is the president of the Methodist Youth Fellowship for the Chillicothe District, will be one of the twenty five delegates representing the Ohio Annual Conference.............-..o--------- HOUSEHOLD HINT Sliced cheese often dries out, gets shiny on the outside and curls at the edges, so it is usually best to buy it iii small quantities. Keep it well wrapped in waxed paper in the refrigerator. FIANO PIE CRUST Lustrous Pearls Popular this season to I, 2 and 3 strand, at * 110$12 NEW Carmen Bracelets Costume Jewelry Don’t forget vour PARKER PENS For School and College work oak, at BRUNNERS ERS EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED Dally 9 to 5, Sat. 9 to 9; Evenings by Appointment—Phone 443 Cr. D. S. Goldschmidt OPTOMETRIST 121 u w. aulu sit. Over J. C. Penney Co. Store ALL UNDER CEILING PRICES 3 pc. I'rina Vera EST! ’ 66.50 8 pc. Walnut EST! * 59.50 8 IR*. New Navy Maple EST" ’ 69.50 Modern Metal SA 3*1 lf Bcd* .......................... / J and up R & R Furniture Co. 148 VV. Main Phone 1868 IN DOUBT ABOUT DIAMONDS! Purchasing * diamond is ■u adventure in beauty — • od deserves attentive care. ^4 e shall be glad to abow you how color, cutting, degree of perfection and carat wright determine the true value of a gem, bo that your diamond may achieve the tatting beauty you aapire to. Your purchase may be made on our Budget Plan V* Y L'^A)TCtiCO |e*v yXaaivamAv BUY WAR BONDS lYtCk ^ '’“TI. 10“ IO *'"0 . Cl®* » Go'4''** Ct ®?6 Ro*®’ Ce*** matv do Re­ size* 9 to 17 S4.95 » SS.95 SUTHERS STORE WEDDING Invitations or Announcements IOO for $6.73 go for $4.25 23 for fS For • wedding on the “grand acale" ... or for one charmingly aimple . . • Rytcx-Hyiited Wedding Invitations or Announcements will add the final perfect note to the ceremony. •Reg I 8. Pat. Off. Circleville Oaily Herald

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