The Salem News from Salem, Ohio on October 13, 1931 · Page 5
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Salem, Ohio
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Tuesday, October 13, 1931
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J TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1931 THE SALEM, OHIO, NEWS FIVE NEWS FROM NEARBY DISTRICTS MARKETS LEETONIA POST NAMES LEADERS Elect C. J. Stewart Commander of American Legion Unit LEETONIA, Oct. 13,—The Joseph Williams post, American Legion elected the following officers at their regular meeting in the Mellinger company office: Commander, C. J. Stewart; first vice commander, Fred Metz; second vice Lj commander, Clarence C. Lamon" cha; adjutant. P. R. Probert; sergeant at arms, Andy Duko; chaplain, David E. Peppell. Past commander is Francis Brennan, plans will oe made Wednesday evening, Oct. 21. to attend the county council meeting at East Palestine, Oct. 23. Wed In Youngstown Miss Berneda Morris and Garrett C. White of Youngstown, were mar- lied Wednesday evening at 6:30 at the home of Dr. W. H. Hudnut, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Youngstown. They were attended by Miss Mildred Williams as maid of honor, and John Straut of Cleveland, as best man. The bride is the daughter of William Morris, a graduate of Leetonia High school, class of ’29 and was president of the student council of the high school during her senior year. The bridegroom is a private secretary to the general manager of the eastern division of the Erie railroad at Youngstown. The couple left immediately for the bridegroom's home at Jersey City. Upon their return, they will live in an apartment in Belmont ave. Youngstown. f ____ Report Synod Meet Women’s Missionary society of St. Pauls Lutheran church was entertained at the church parlor Friday afternoon with Mrs. John Shelton as hostess Mrs. Charles Frederick gave a report of the Ohio Synodic al convention at Zanesville. On Nov. 9. Women's and Young Women's societies will hold a joint meeting at the home of Mrs. C. S. Anglemyer and daughter, Miss Ruby. Fellowship Week Fellowship week will be observed at the Presbyterian church in co-operation with the department of evangelism of the Synod of Ohio, Oct. 12 to 19th with Rev. E. S. Hendreckson of Rittman in charge. Club Entertained The Young Ladies Sewing club ot the Presbyterian church was entertained Friday evening at the home fof Mrs. W. F Corll and Mrs Roy Berger at Youngstown. Mrs. Shaeffer, 85, is Party Hostess; Shower is Given COLUMBIANA, Oct. 13. — The following guests were entertained Sunday at the heme of Mrs. Caroline Shaeffer, South Main st.. in honor of her 85th birthdayanmversary: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shaeffer. Mr. and Mrs. John Hauseman and David Stewart, Sharon. Pa.; George Shaeffer. Pittsburgh; and Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Brungard and daughter. Peggy. On last Friday evening Mrs Shaeffer was given a pleasant surprise in the form of a miscellaneous shower, the affair being arranged by her friends in the Lutheran church. Class Holds Meeting The King’s Daughters class of Grace Reformed Sunday school held the October business and social meeting Saturday evening at the heme of Miss Lcis Fire. North Elm st with 17 members present. The president. Mrs. William B. Miller. presided at the business session and a dainty two-course lunch was served at the eouclusion of the so- ; cial period by the hostesses, Miss ; Fire, Miss Hannah Foster, Miss | Mayme Orr and Mrs. Calvin1 Coleman. j WINONA ELECTS MARKET HEAVY; P. T. A. OFFICERS Dance Champ at 56 =9 Arthur (iambic, Presi- r. s. Steel, Other Issues dent; Committee to Act Drop Two Points After On Water Supply WINONA, Oct. 13.—'The Parent- Teacher association of the Winona schools met Friday evening at the school house for its first meeting cf this school year. Officers were elected as follows: President. Arthur Gamble; vice president. Rayburn Barber; secretary, Mrs. Lowell Mount/; treasurer. Walter Stratton. The new officers took their chairs immediately following the election. The president appointed the following committees—Program, Mrs. Richard Stamp. S. H. Bennett. Mrs. John Oliphant and Lloyd Lew ton. Refreshment—Mrs. John Ewing, John Oliphant. Mrs. Oliver Sid- j well and Richard Godward. The water supply for the brick schoolhouse was discussed and a committee competed cf Walter Stratton. Roy Andre, Mrs. Wilford Edgerton and Mrs. Rayburn Bar- Opening Higher NEW YORK. Oct. 13. — Stocks turned reacionsry with the resumption ot trading today after tb Columbus day vacation. Suspension cf a member tirm just after the c p- ening found the market som wiia' heavy and declines were extended, bu; trading was quiet. U. S. Steel, Wo-tinghcis e. Du Pent, New York Central, CW-e and Union Pacific lost a ecuple of points and American Telephone, which had opened higher, soon sh wed a drop of 2 Numerous prominent shares, including American Can. General Electric, Pennsylvania, North American and Atchison, were Off 1 to l1.:. The holiday in the financial di - tnct brought further progress ward actual operations of the Notional Credit corporation which is expected to be functioning in another week. It is now believed that the administration s efforts to thaw ber was given authority to take del-; frozen credit will be extended te inite action immediately. Hot school lunches were considered and several suggestions advanced. Miss Martha Rupert. Miss Mabel Cobbs. Mrs. Oliver Sidwell, Mrs. Walter Stratton and Mrs. Roy Andre will give a definite report at the next meeting. The dues for this year will continue to be the same as last year. The regular meetings will be held the first. FYiday evening of each month. Build New Porch Dinner Guests A new enclosed back porch is EUlen Transue and Mrs. An- i being added to the Gurney Friend" Plan Masquerade The Wide Awake class of Grace Reformed Sunday school will hold a Halloween masquerade party Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ralph Lower, east of town. Members are to meet at the church at '7:30 p. m., and transportation will be provided if desired. Mrs. Jack McDonald and Mrs. Ralph Hum are associate hostesses. Mn na E Pike, Canton, were Monday dinner guests of their brother, Ira Esterly, and family, Fairfield rd. Mrs. Transue will leave next Monday for her winter home in St. Petersburg, Florida. Junior Gridders Win The Junior Merchants Football team defeated a junior team from East Palestine, 6-0, Sunday on the hill grounds. Mrs. Caldwell Hostess South Side Sewing club was entertained at the home of Mrs. James D. Caldwell Friday evening. Leetonia Personals Dr. D. D. Shontz and daughters Dorothy and Frances Mae of Massillon. were guests Sunday of Dr. Shontz’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Shontz. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wilhelm and daughter Florence, were week-end guests of Mrs. Wilhelm’s sister, Mrs. George T. Turbett at Pittsburgh. Miss Minnie Truesdale of Pittsburgh. is visiting his mother, Mrs. Sarah Truesdale, and sister, Carrie. Meric Greenamyer of Philadelphia, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Mary Greenamyer, and sister, Mrs. Eva S. G. Ashley. Mrs. L. G. Nicol of Butler, has been visiting her son, Louis Nicol, j at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Mul- t len. Mrs. Nicol and son left Fri- ! day for their home. Mr and Mr. George Wiedmayer j spent the weekend at the homes i of theii daughters, Mrs. George Laughlin and family at Charleroi and Mrs. Warren Witz and family, Pittsburgh. Mr and Mrs. F. W. Mossman and son Jack, will spend the weekend with their son, Marion, at Wittenberg college. Springfield. BELOIT Flarry Alexander visited his mother. Mrs. Frances Alexander recently. Earl Sparks has returned from a visit with his father at Harlem Springs. Horace Westfall has been ill the past week. Mrs. Ida Whinnery of Alliance who has been ill has been brought to the home of her sister, Mrs. Lela I McLean. Mrs. Whmery is a little j improved. Returns Home Mrs. Mary Stanley has returned i from the home of her brother. Ftob- ert Armstrong- where shQ was called by th^ illness of her mother, j Mrs. Armstrong came home with her daughter and is slowly improv- ■ ing. Mrs Lucy Fritchman received j ivord of the death of her sister, \ Mrs. Carl Gaumnitz of Chcwchilla- Calif, recently. Mrs. Gaumnitz was ’ formerly Miss Ruth Hartzell having lived here until about seven. years ago. Mrs. Aaron Arm-trong entertained the Searchlight club, of which she is a member, at her home j Thursday afternoon. Dr. E. H. Westfall and brother. - Horace Westfall attended the Carrollton fair last week. Rev. James Smith and family are at present staving in Belo.t. Then children, Marie and Rebecca, have; been staying at the home of their Auto Is Stolen A coupe belonging to Mr. and Mrs. R J. Barrow was stolen Saturday evening from its parking place near the Presbyterian church, while Mrs. Barrow was inside the church. Columbiana Briefs Miss Marjorie Diefienbacher Is .serving as substitute teacher in Columbiana High school during 'he absence of Miss Elizabeth Starr. | who Is ill with tcnsilitis. . Mrs. Laura Renenberger, Chicago, i is visiting with her sister, Mrs. H. S. Sponseller, and family, and ether relatives in this vicinity. There will be no preaching services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning or evefiing. as Rev. J. C. Strubel is absent at Hcmer, conducting fellowship week sendees there. Dr. W C. McCord, who has been in Vienna for several months doing graduate medical work, is visiting with friends in Columbiana and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buchner and family have moved from Youngstown into the Mrs. Margaret Faulk property. Middle st. Edward Bender, student at Antioch college. Yellow Springs, is spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bender, Duquesne st. Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan, Jr.. were guests of Salem relatives Sun- i day. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Pinkerton and 1 daughter. Bertha, sjient Saturday j and Sunday with Pittsburgh relatives.. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, and Robert and Mary Elizabeth have been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bartges. Attend Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Armstrong and Jessie Hartzell and daugher. Mrs. Flora Earley, attended the funeral of Ossman Dver at Canfield, Wednesday. Howard Cattell is ill Mr. and Mrs. George Atkinson entertained guests from Michigan last week. Mrs. Celia Thompson has been nursing in Salem the past week. Mrs. Carl Sundell has returned to her home after several weeks vhit with her daughter. Mrs. FYed Capel and family at Salem. Mr and Mrs. Howard Hicks and son are moving to Sebring. Elmer Call and family are expecting to move to Hammondsville :n the near future. Mrs. Hattie Borlon of Alliance has moved in with her mother, Mrs. Susanna Bartges and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mounts have moved to their farm near North Georgetown. Munsell and Stouat tinners are moving their shop into the rear of the town hall. It is reported a gasoline station will be erected on the lot. vacated by the tin shop. Leg Is Broken James H. Hawkins fell from a ladder at the home of W. P. Bailey Thursday and sustained a fractured leg Mr. Hawkins was taken to the Alliance City hospital FYiday afternoon. Mrs. Roy FYyfogle gave a birthday surprise party for her daughter. Freda Wednesday evening. The guests were her Sunday school class of the Friends church taught by Rev. William Crumrine. Special guests were Ros“ and Louise Schenk and Bernice Stoffer. Mrs. Harold Fryfogle and Mrs Wh^t- stor.p assisted Mrs. FYyfogle in .-erving the ref re: .aments. ! parsonage. This porch not only makes considerable mere room but encloses the water supply which heretofore has been out in the open. Attend Ministers’ Meet Rev. and Mrs. Martin Brantir.g- ham attended a meeting of the Damascus Ministerial association which was held at the home < t William Crumrine at Beloit. Monday evening. Lydia Brantmgham is secretary cf this organization. Operator Improving Miss Ethel And:o is much improved from her recent operation and is able to be cut again. Miss Andre is cne of the Ohio Standard telephone operators. W. < \ T. IL To Meet The W C. T. U. will meet Wed- ! culls 4.50. nesday afternoon with Mrs Richard Gcdward. Reports ircm the dele- [ PITTSBURGH gates who attended the county convention at Salem will be given. The program will feature scientific temeprance instruction. One of Winona’s members. Rev. Lydia Brantingham, wa-s elected county president at the recent convention. Gurney Friends Services There were two services Sunday at the Gurney Friends church. Rev. Lydia Brantingham preached at the morning service and Rev. Martin officiated in the evening. Gives Missionary Talk Rev. R. A Anderson gave a missionary message Sunday morning at the Methodist church. Thus month cf October Is dedicated to mLssion- ary work. Rev. Anderson also announced that on October 25 at the morning service there will be two Kcrean young men present who will have part in the service. One is preparing to become a medical missionary and the other Ls studying and fitting himself for the ministry. They will discuss the church missions in Kcrea and Japan. Guests In Megrail Home Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen of Salem were guests Sunday ot Mr. and Mrs. George Megrail. Persons who want anything «now that The News is the Want Medium in this vicinltv. So read It. Brand 1 ,metallic I Ribbon. of your Orucebt. Ask t >r «III .( HKH - TKKH Ilf \ MONO UK INII t r 40 ynn k twwo a« licst, Safest. Rcba! !e. Ituy .Now I SOLD BY DKUGG1STS EVERYWULKJ5 I How You ( an Get What You Expect Ag a member of this community you expect certain things of this bank. These duties we cannot adequately discharge without your cooperation. The oftener you visit us and the more business you bring to us, the broader will our service become and the more useful will it be to you and the community. It will be to your advantage and to the community as a whole to bring all your banking business to this bank. И0ИДО r fkOMui. tftfiUPt, ' IlíÜi MUSKEGON, Mich.—Love fcr his dcg has been exemplified by Guy Davis. 79. negrc. Davis, hailed n- tc cour for not obtaining hcen “•> fcr his two canines, said that that he would par the $8 taxes fcr the animals out of a $12 monthly allowance he receives from the county welfare. Che...,. . Р Л lOMAl Sa/e/77, Onn railroad bonds and perhaps to real estate securities. With the domestic outlook brightened considerably by the rally in security prices. Wall street found numerous events abroad t > claim its attention. The Sino-Japanese controversy, the German p. Utica! Situation involving a test of the Bruening government, and the approach cf the MritLsh electi n suggested far-reaching devel ¡.monts •Sterling Cables opened unchanged at $3.90 V . Prank Miller, 56-year-old grandfather, of Washington, D. C., demon t rates with the aid of his daughter, Agnes, how he danced for -61 days and 9 hours with Ruth SrjiiUi, 22, of Lafayette, Ind., to wijythe first prize of $1,000 in tho Atlantic City, N. J., dance marathon. Atta “boy,” grandpa I CLEVELAND LIVESTOC K I HOG?. 2,000, hold »veil, none; i steady to 10 higher: pigs as much as 23 up. 160 300 lbs weights 5 65 to mostly 5.75; package strictly I choir " 195-lb. weights 5.85; light ! weights and pigs mostly 5.00; bulk rough sows 4.25; stags 3.30. CATTLE. 150 steady; scattered common light s'cers 5.3,3 ft 5.85 Lead medium 790-815 lb. yearlings j 7.00; clearances of Monday run nearing completion. M6st sausage bulls 4.50 d; vnward. Be t weighty kinds upward to 5.00. Calves 800; vc.ilers 50 or more lower; rather! I plain quality considered. Run expansion signal for reaction. Bulk better grade- 11.00 downward Beheld higher. Cull to medium 6.50i/ 9.50; few 10.00. SHEEP 2 20. steady; d. Tiblc j fat lambs upward to 7.00'" 7.35. Throw-outs around fj.OCft 5.50. lew SO I HE! Cal’ahan Mining Company office phone 1415. Mine phone Winona, 17. NOTICE! After this date Oct 12. 1931, I will not be responsible for any debts coiitrneted by any person other than iny-elf. JOHN 1,0 ESC 11 LADIES* AID SOCIETY OF 1st 15 VI* I !s | CIIURC ¡1 WILL HOLD A RUMMAGI SALE FRIDAY AND s ATI if DA Y. <)( T. 16 AND 17 AT STORE ROOM. EAST OF STATE THEATER. MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH KINDLY SEND IN AR- TTCI LS AS EARI.Y AS POSSIBLE. Ll\ ESTOCK HOGS. 500 active 15-25 higher; 160-260 lbs. 5.81$/6.03; 140-160 lbs. 5.60ft Г; 85; 100-130 lbs. 5 00'" 5.50: packing sows 4.00" 4.75. CATTLE, 100. about steady; medium to goad beef steers quot.ib! around 5.50^7.40; gravs heifers 5 001 ft 6.25; beef cows 3.50 " 150. CALVES ’CO, opening bids steady; gcod and choice vealer.- 8.00ft 9.50; some h^ld higher; medium to good weighty Calves 4..3Qft 6 . 00 . SHEEP, 500. steady; better grade lambs around 6Ж"" 7 i: i, less activ. kmdis 4.50ft 6 50. throwouts down to 3.00; good wethers 3.00ft 3.50. ii-- - I ШСЛС50! 4 cmfwyp sh TREASURY RECEIPTS WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 Tr-as- ury receipts for October 10 were $3,088,435.65; expend.tures $11.619,486.72; balance $490 2 ,7 146.2 ». Customs receipts for 10 days of October were $11 857.834.73. TRY THE SALEM «Egg CHICKESTERS-PILLS V TIIK DIAMOND ЯП AND. A Lad leal TODAY’S WANTS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY COR RENT Seven room house, mod tp with garage. Located at 1133 East Third. Reduced rent. Phone 455. FOR RENT One good filling Station al! n modeled f< r winter. Small li vine, quarters Deing a good busi- n< ... Also "me stock, stoves and r little furniture. First Pennzoil FUliiu? Station on Route 19, west of Salem. Geo. N Hart, R. I). 1. Salem. Ohio. WANTED A couple of men to help on farm, w ho are willing to j exchange labor for produce. Only j good workers need apply. Phone j 8-F-ll. ' Kb. . FOR RENT -Five room house, all modern laundry in basement, hot water heat and double garage. Located at 79» West State Street. Inquire 242 Vine Avenue. CAMBRIDGE. Mass. During the 296 years of Harvard University’s history, lowly fresiimen never have been permitted to hw m the historic college yard until this -ear Now. because of the hojoc H arvard “House Plan .V( ,r men have been assigned v ;j yard dormitories. RIO DF 1 JANEIRO. Brazil.-Two of Brazil’s most important . „.nn < r resorts. Novo Frtburgo a n j TheresopolLs. are now contnvud bv a paved highway, inauguration of which took place in .SepVn. > . The resorts are far m the mountains to the west of R;o. PUBLIC LIBRARY OPEN EVERY WEEK DAY FROM 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Want Ads THE SALEM NEWS Phone lOOO (30 Words or Less) 2 Insertions 60c 3 Insertions 70c 4 Insertions 80 c 6 Insertions $1 10 Monthly Rate $3.50, or $3.25 cash More than 3C words, lc extra per word with each two Insertions. Reductions of 10c from above prices for cash. Copy for classified advertisements must be in this office by 12:30 p. m. on day of Insertion. (11:30 on Saturdays) TODAY’S WANTS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED Ag iits and distributors Young business men for exclusive distribution of California Wine Grape Concentrate in their locality. Guaranteed product, new method. Repeat business alone assures tr,-_ mendous income. Reply strict confidence. Chateau Vin. Co., 535 Fifth Ave., New York FOR SALE Gas heating stove and p. coal heating stove. Both in good condition. Will sell cheap. Inquire 1129 Cleveland Street. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 1693-M. FOR SAI.E One dining room suite, one child’s bed. Will sell very reasonable. Phone 865. WANTED — By young girl, wofk evenings for room and board, \yrite letter W, Box 316, Salem, Ohio. FOR RENT Small four-room furnished cottage with fireplace, gas. water and electricity. Inquire 817 Summit Street. AUCTION SALE of household goods of the late Mrs. Carrie Knoedler, 373 North Broadway, Saturday. October 17. 1931 at 1:00 p. m. Three- piece living room suite in good'ttnn- dition, refrigerator, two 9x12 mgs, chairs, rockers, beds, dressers, side, board, tables, gas range, dishes, cooking utensils and many other items. H. W. Kessehnire, Auct. 189 East State Street In Metzger Hotel SIMON BROS. WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Tender Sirloin I Steak, lb. . * ^ Sp,rin«1 lOli* Lamb I / (’hops, lb. _A má * Fresh llonic ^ f\g* Fresh 1 Made 1 I Veal 1 /ijfi Sausage (’hops, lb. * ™ “ NEXT WEDNESDAY M 0 BWIW 6 ar.d every Wednesday Tune in BRINGING UP DAUGHTER Уои'Н enjoy this human interest program that ta!<e$ you into the bosom of the Curtii family. See how this typical American family happily solves the inevitable problems that confront every one of us. Every Wednesday Morning At^ II Л. М.. Eastern Standard Time and the N. В. C. Network SALEM BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Paints, Building Materials. Roofing, Hardware \] and С 1»al PHONE 96 S. ELLSWORTH AYE. covia THE (AWTH ÏTô S herwin -W illiams PAINTS, VARNISHES, LACQUERS, ENAMELS Tun* in Paul Whi(*m«n and th« Allied Quelitv Group Peintmen Every Friday evening at 10 o'clock Eastern Standard Time over the N. B. C. Blue Network. щт pUC STORE Щ Чои save more at 1 щш.-tlot one dan..butщк Яшшл evenj (laymmЩ SPECIALS For Wednesday and Thursday 40c Bennett I)os Food, 3 lor 09c 75c Btigine ...........................49c $1.25 Bayers Aspirin 79c 75c Baume Bengue .............49c 25c Bell-ans Tablets ...........19c Bromo-Seltzer ... 21c, 39c, 79c California Fig Syrup 39c 50c Cascarets .......................35c $1.20 Caldwell’s Syr. Pepsin 73c 25c 4-oz. Castor Oil..............19c 30c Cuticura Ointment___21c $1.001)e Witt’s Pills 09c 50c Drake’s G lessen............35c 50c Durham Duplex Blades 34c 50c Ex-Lax...........................34c 35c Energine .....................20c 35c Freezone.......................23c 50c Feenamint.....................37c $1.25 Father Johns ••••;•• 81c 30c Grove’s Bromo-Quinine 21c 50c Horlick’s Malted Milk, 39c $1 Jackson Stomach Powd., 79c 85c Kruschen Salts.............54c 50c Lysol...............................35c $1.00 Listerine.....................63c $1.00 Mar mola Tablets 69c 30c Mentholatum ...............24c 25c Merck’s Zinc Stearate . 19c 65c Mistol ...............53c $1 McCoy’s C. L. 0. Tablets, 69c $1.25 Mother’s Friend 98c $1.25 Mentha Pepsin 79c 60c Olive Tablets .................39c 30c Pierce’s Pellets 23c $1.50 Pinkham s Veg. Com. 89c 60c Piso’s Cough Syrup ... 39c 60c Rem ..............................49c $1.20 Sal Hepatica 79c $1.00Sinaseptic ...................79c 50c Aqua Velva...................29c 75c Ayeristocrat Face Pow. 63c 60c Amolin Powder 43c 35c Barhasol...................... 23c $1 Boro-Pheno-Form 84c 50c Bathasweet...................39c 50c Burma Shave .................39c 15c Colgate’s Toilet Water, 79c 150c Corega..........................45c 25c Cuticura Soap, 19c, 3 for 55c 35c Cutex Articles 23c 60c Daggett & Ramsdell’s Creams ..............................42c 60c Djer Kiss Face Powder, 41c $1.00 Finesse Powder 89c 50c Frostiila.........................33c 50c Glazo Nail Polish, 29c 60c Glostoria Brilliantine, 43c $1 Houbigant’s Face Powd. 79c 60c Hopper’s Creams 39c 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 29c

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