The Circleville Herald from Circleville, Ohio on July 7, 1949 · Page 5
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Circleville, Ohio
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Thursday, July 7, 1949
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Thursday, July 7, 1949 THE DAILY HERALD — CIRCLEVILLE, OHIO Pag# Five A Social Happenings-Personals-News of Interest to Women Mabel Noble Becomes ?. Bride Of John Penn In New Holland Rites Nuptials Read Church n Mabel Elizabeth Noble of New Holland and John Roberts Penn of Circleville Route I were married in a single ring ceremony in New Holland Methodist church. The ceremon- was performed by the Rev. William A. Ervin, Saturday. The new bride was dressed in a floor-length gown of white organdy for the ceremony, with fingertip veil of lace held in place by clusters of pearls. She carried a bouquet of white gladioli on a white Bible. The new Mrs. Penn Is a graduate of Frankfort high school and attended Ohio State university for two years. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Noble of New Holland, and was given in marriage by her father. A reception followed the ceremony in the church parlors and was attended by close friends and relatives of the families. Mr. Penn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Penn of Pickaway Township and a graduate of Pickaway Township high school. He served four years in the Infantry of the U. S. Army. The couple left for a short auto trip West following the ceremony and will return to live with the groom’s family where he will farm on his fatner’s land. Calendar Personals Mr. and Mrs. Leonard DeZuck of Morgan Park, Duluth, Minn, are guests of Mr and Mrs. Frank Wilkins of 225 South Scioto street. Mrs. DeZuck and M rs. Wilkins are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Collins cf North Court street have returned from a month’s auto trip. They visited friends in Reno, Nev., Bakersfield, Colo., New Orleans, La., and Tampa, Fla. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bell of Longview, Wash., are visiting with Mrs. Bell’s sister, Mrs. John Bell of Circleville Township. and her mother, Mrs. Mary Achiever of South Scioto street. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jury of West Main street have returned home after a visit to Niagara Falls and Canada. * • + Mrs. Phil Click and children Karen and Ray returned to Tiro following a visit with Mrs. Glick’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Shasteen of Elm avenue. • * + Lutz-Smallwood Nuptials Told Miss Mary E. Lutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Lutz of South Scioto street, became the bride of Jacob P. Smallwood in a simple church ceremony in Ashland, Ky. The couple was united in the parsonage of Ashland First Methodist church by the Rev. C. E. Hawkins. The new Mrs. Smallwood is executive secretary of the Pickaway County Red Cross Chapter. Smallwood is the son of Mrs. Blanche Smalhvood of West Mill street and is employed by Hill Implement Co. * • * Bible Class Holds Party Harper Bible Class of Circleville First Evangelical United Brethren church staged a s u r- prise party, which developed into a “handerehief shower.” Refreshments were served by Mr. Hurlow. > THURSDAY WILLIAMSPORT GARDEN Club, Methodist Parish House, 7:30 p. rn. FRIDAY PAST PRESIDENT’S CLUB, DUV, Mrs. C. O. Kerns’ cottage in Stoutsville Campgrounds, 6 p. rn. SO LAQUA GARDEN CLUB, home of Mrs. Cecil Ward, 2 p. m - MONDAY MONROVIAN GARDEN CLUB, home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Porter, 8 p. rn. WEDNESDAY UNION GUILD, HOME OF Mrs. Paul Thompson, Jackson Township, 1:30 p. rn. Ankrom-Fleming Marriage Set Miss Norma Jean Ankrom of Darbyville and John Fleming of Monroe Township are to be married in Darbyville Methodist church at 7:30 p. rn. Saturday. Miss Ankrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ankrom of Darbyville, will be atended by her j sister, Maxine Ankrom. Jim I Fleming will act as best man. I Ushers will be Ernest Ankrom, Bill Ankrom and Don Raser. The pair will honeymoon on a two-week tour of the East. On their return they will make their home in Columbus, where Fleming is employed as a steel1 worker. • • • Husbands Due To Be Guests Monrovian Garden Clubbers are to entertain their husbands j during their next meeting, slated to be held at 8 p. rn. Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Porter of near Five J Points. The meeting will feature a games party. Refreshments will be served by Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grabill and Betty Kenny. Household Hints If you see topless carrots in the market, don’t pass them up as useless. Some bad weather may cause it, but the nutritional value of the carrot is not harmed. Laurelville «3KHiuniiuuiuiiiiiiiuiiiniiiiiiinumiiinitaunmmisxiim The Community Club met in the home of Mrs. Harley Armstrong with her daughter, Violet assisting. Prize was won by Mrs. Howard Weaver. Refreshments were served to Mrs. George Bowers, Mrs. Ed Notestone and Mrs. Alice Morris and one visitor, Mrs. George Arms t r o ng. Next meeting will be a picnic. ------------- Laurelville ------------The Youth Fellowship Class met Friday evening in the park. Devotionals and Topic by Mr s. Ray Poling. Games by Tom and Joe Dennison. Ten rn e rn b ers were present. ------------- Laurelville ............. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Rhodes and Mrs. Blanch Duden of Columbus were Saturday until Monday guests of Mrs. Maude Devauit. — —■ - Laurelville ———_ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kalklosch and daughter, Mary Lee of near Logan, Mrs. Fritz Hoffman of Logan and Mrs. Glen McHarg and children Glenda and Woodrow of Union Furnace were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Huggins. ------------- Laurelville ------------Mr. and Mrs. Burl Cavinee of Columbus and Mr. and Mrs. I Dave Snyder of Columbus were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hitler. Laurelville - ............... nd Mrs. Ed Huffman of; Columbus were Wednesday and Thursday guests of Mr. Fred Dent arid daughter, Gwendlyn. ------------- Laurelville------------Mr. and Mrs. Mervin McClelland are the parents of a daughter, Mary Rebecca, born Friday in Chillicothe Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pearl McClelland and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Kohler. ------------- Laurelville ------------Mr. and Mrs. Pearl St r o u s and family had a picnic Wednesday in Ted Lewis Park, Circleville, in honor of the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Strous and Mr. Alvin Woolever. Others present were, Robert Strous, Deborah Cynthis Strous, Mr. Arthur Strous and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steel and chil d r en I Janet and Jenny, Mrs. Alvin Woolever and daughter Beverly. ------------- Laurelville ■ Mr. and Mrs. Jules Burton and Mrs. Florence Seesholtz of Columbus were Sunday guests of Mrs. Martha Campbell. Laurelville — Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradney and son Jack, were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Bradney of Portsmouth. - Laurelville ............... Miss Joyce Lee Alexander returned to Portsmouth Sunday after a week visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Meemach. ------------- Laurelville ........ Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mettler were: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mettler an d son, Tom and daughters, Connie and Susan of Dayton, Miss Helen Mettler, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milliron and son, Jack of Columbus and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodchild of Circleville. ------------- Laurelville — --Mrs. George Reir1 entertained the Haynes Ladies Aid Thursday. Mrs. Roy Haynes the President, was in charge of the meeting. Refreshments were served to 24 members and gusts. ------------- Laurelville ———— Dr. and Mrs. Joe Clouse and Mr. Marcus Lutz of Somerset were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Strous. Mr. Strous is still quite ill. ------------- Laurelville ———— Mr. and Mrs. George Sells are on a fishing trip in Canada for a week. BRIDESMAID’S DELIGHT — Valance hemline for a New York bridesmaid’s dress of pale green taffeta for summer waddings. Small flowers are white. FLOWERS- For Birthdays; Weddings; Anniversaries; Sick Room. Funeral Work Our Specialty ULLMAN’S FLOWERS 227 I. Main St. Phone 26 Sewing Club Is Entertained Members and guests of Magic Circle Sewing Club were entertained with a games party Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Roger Lozier of West High street. • Prize winners in the games party were Mrs. John Grubb and Mrs. Paul Turner. Guests during the session were Mrs. R o b e rt Betz, M ps . George Neff, Mrs Walter Gilmore, Mrs. Elmer j Yeatts and Margie Carmean. * • * Local Woman Is Instructor Miss Emily Lutz, daughter of Mrs. George Fickardt of 210 South Court street, is an instructor in The Joy Camps girls’ resort at Hazelhurst, Wis. Miss Lutz is employed in the camp as the head of fencing instruction, and assists also in camp craft, land and water sports. Stitt-Chenoweth Rites Readied Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stitt of Clarksburg have announced the engagement of their daughter, Eleanor Brown Stitt, to Roy M Chenoweth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armour Chenoweth of Mt. Sterling. The couple plans to marry on July 23. Miss Stitt is a graduate of Clarksburg high school and attended Ohio Wesleyan university. She now is a student in Ohio State university and is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Chenoweth, an Ar my Air Force World War II veteran, was graduated by Mt. Sterling high school and by Dickinson Business College. He now is farming with his father near Mt. Sterling. QUALITY GROCERIES - MEATS and VEGETABLES NORTH END MARKET 506 N. Court St. Phone 268 We say FREEZING is the modern way to preserve iti easier! its cooter! if if quicker! scalding of jars, A/f) ooolin and lids! f]/\S watch I g jars ta and tural Regular mayonnaise will separate if kept at too low a temperature. A teaspoon prepared horseradish, a pinch of curry powder and a half teaspoon prepared mustard stirred into lamb stew give it new interest. HAMILTON STORE 'Hallmark” Greeting Cards For All Occasions IMPERIAL CANDLEWICK Nice to give . . . nice to own. Ifs partitioned, so that you can keep the mixture from getting all mixed up! The lid fits snug to keep candy fresh. Just one of the many* Imperial Candlewick gift suggestions we have for you. Come In und Browse Around You’re Welcome GROUND FROM LEAN BEEF Hamburger . . . Pork Chops—Loin or Rib WHOLE OR HALF SLAB Bacon—Fetherolf . . . Fresh Sausage Fetherolf s Pork Hearts . . ■ nan ■ ■ ■ • ai ■ ■■sa .Lb. 39c Lb. 59c Lb. 49c Lb. 59c .Lb. 29c foins day you’ll wonder why yon evar atood over a hot stove for hours to preserve, when k’s so easy with a home fretter. Just picture yourself preserving ibis modern, •osier wayt I. You scald your vegetable*. I. Pack and seal them in sanitary, airtight containers. S. Put them in your home fresasrl And that’s all! We have the General Electric Home Freeaos that’s roomy enough to hold 280 pounds of food. There’s also a smaller model—4-cu-ft—* that holds 140 pounds. You can preserve foods the year round—aud keep them delicious aud fresh up to a year. Kenny's Iced Tea . . 1-4 Lb. Pkg. 29c ■ a a X. a a Kenny’s Coffee . Sugar, Pure Cane Apples - Transparent Lemons-Juicy 300 Size . . 3. for 14c Store Hours aa a . Lb. 39c 25 Lb. Bag $2.25 . 4 Lbs. 25c $2.25 BUSHEL Weekdays—-Till 8 P. M. Saturdays—Till IO P. M. Sundays—8 A. M. to 4 P. M. LOVABLE YOU — in our froth of chiffon. Feminine in every detail. Gentle ruffles at the neckline . . . frimly cuffed short sleeves . . . yards and yards of floating skirt. All over a rustling slip of silk taffeta. Black, navy. $12.98 Phone 577 for FREE DELIVERY Twice Daily PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE AT COURT & WALNUT STS. General Electric Home Freezers are available In 4- and 8-cu-ft models. Immediate delivery. General Electric Home Freezer *319 OO rn hi G-E Home Freeier ii, we think, the Suet! home freezer you can buy. W'e lay this attar making comparison! throughout tho field. For one thing, it’s dependable. In the General Electric Home Freezer is the very same type refrigerating system used in the General Electric Refrigerator. And, more than 1,700,000 of these aystems have been in use ten years or longer. Tho General Electric cabinet is called the “Perfect Seal.” Repeated laboratory tests have proved that the cabinet keeps food frozen for several days alter tho current baa been shut off. After all, we don’t have to sell you tm the General Electric name. You probably hove aa mach faith in this great electrical oraanizetfoa ai wa have. With the General Electric Home Freeier, you get a written five-year protection plan, consisting of a one-year warranty against defective material or workmanship—plus an additional four-year protection on the aealed-in refrigerating system. Remember, when yon’re buying a home freesat you’re making a long-term investment. So invest in the best. Invest in a dependable, proved General Electric Home Freeier. You may use our C onviniunt P atmiht P lan to purchase your uew C-C Home Freesia, Home Freezer tor quick-frosting foods of homo . • • tor storing tho froion foods you buys WARD’S MARKET Columbus and Southern Ohio Electric Company 1002 S. Court St. Phone 577 ti

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