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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1937, Circleville, Ohio Friday September 1937 THE DAILY OHIO Social Happenings Personals News of Interest to Wdme Dinner Club Gathers For Evening Party Pickaway C o u n try Club Scene of Meeting 8 O C I A SEPTEMBER SUN MOM lUt WIO IHU m 1AI 5 12 19 26 6 13 20 27 7 14 21 28 15 22 29 C ALEJNDAR WAYNE FRIDAY PT A WAYNE Dance Frock township school Friday Sept 17 at 8 oclock JOLLY TIME CLUB GOLD Cliff Chateau Friday Sept 17 at 7 oclock SATURDAY DAUGHTERS OF 1812 JONA than Alder cabin six miles north of Plain City Saturday Sept 18 all day picnic SUNDAY WEIDINGER REUNION HOME Mr and Mrs Harry Montelius Pickaway township Sunday Sept 18 all day MONDAY WASHINGTON PT A WASH ington school Monday Sept 20 at 8 oclock TUESDAY PICKAWAY PLAINS CHAPTER D A R Pickaway Country Club Tuesday Sept 21 at 12 oclock THURSDAY WILLING WORKERS CLASS j home Mrs M M Bowman j Washington township Thurs day Sept 23 at 2 oclock Fall flowers centered the large table on the porch of the Picka way Country club where the mem bers of a dinner club gathered for their meeting Thursday evening Following the dinner served at 7 oclock bridge was in play dur ing the evening hours High score trophies were won by Mrs Robert Musser and Dr G D Phillips Members present were Mr and Mrs Ray Rowland Mr and Mrs Clark Will Mr and Mrs Robert Musser Mr and Mrs H O Grant Dr and Mrs G D Phillips Mr and Mrs Harry Heffner Mr and Mrs J E Groom Mr and Mrs John W Eshelman Mr and Mra J I Smith Jr Mr and Mrs Joseph Noecker and Mr and Mrs Howard Orr Chlllicothe Recital Mrs Dolores Maxwell teacher of voice announces a song recital to be given in the Sunday school auditorium of the First Presby terian church of Chillicothe Mon day evening Sept 20 at oclock A group of her advanced pupils who have been studying during the Summer will appear on the pro gram They Include Miss Ella Louise Fearney Miss Ann Day Mrs Louis Musselman William Tetrick Thomas C Giles of Chil licothe and Mrs Clark Will and Miss Eleanor Snyder of Circle ville They will be accompanied at the piano by W Andrew Mc Neilis of Chillicothe and Miss Abbe Mills Clarke of Circleville The public Is invited to attend Informal Luncheon Several friends gathered at the home of Mrs John W Eshelman Northridge Road Thursday to en joy an ensemble luncheon at 1 oclock and an informal social aft ernoon Included in the guests were Mrs Clark Will and sister Mrs Donald Smith of Coconut Grove Fla Mrs Emmitt Crist Mrs J I Smith Jr Mrs Tom Renick Mrs G D Phillips Mrs J E Groom Mrs Robert D Mus ser Mrs Ted Huston Mrs Harry Heffner and Mrs Eshelman Child Conservation League The Child Conservation League will hold a luncheon meeting Tues day noon at the cabin on the farm of Mr and Mrs John H Dunlap Jr near Williamsport Members will leave from the home of Mrs Clark Will W Mound street at oclock Reservation should be made with Mrs Robert Musser with a reading by Mrs janws as soon as possible j Trimmer The Polly Jane Kerns played a piano solo Mrs Gilllland Entertains Minuet in Recitation Your Mrs T O Gilllland entertained j Song was given by Beverly Bost Sept 20 has been postponed until j Wednesday Sept 29 The chapter will meet at the home of Mrs Orion King at oclock in the afternoon and Mra 1 William S Haley of Toledo the i state regent will be present to j present its charter Many other state officers and guests will at tend the session The Captain Jonathan Alder chapter of Madison county the mother chapter of the Major John Hoggs has been extended an invi tation Shining Light Class The Shining Light Bible class of the United Brethren church met in the community house Thursday evening at with Mrs C J Brown president in the chair The meeting was opened with group singing and scripture reading from the 22nd chapter of Proverbs by Pray er was voiced by Mrs Nannie Beery During the business session it was decided to hold a bake sale in the community house Saturday AX IDEAL dress for the col lege girls wardrobe is this pastel blue tissue paper taf feta dance frock worn by Rose mary Lane Silver stitching in a leaf and floral pattern adds the touch of sparkle which is an important note in the new trim mings The corsage set at the front of the bodice is of baby orchids and bouvardla ter with his aunt Alice Markham and will attend school V Miss Margaret Moore and niece Miss Nelle Jean accom panied by Miss are motoring to Imperial Cal where they will spend the Winter with Mra L M Thompson Mrs James Mowery Pickaway township was a Thursday visitor in Circleville Mr and Mrs John W Myers Jr of New Orleans La are visit ing Mr Myers mother Mrs J W Myers of Williamsport Ted Corcoran son of Mr and Mrs Fred Corcoran of port has entered Swanee Military Academy Swanee Tenn Mr and Mrs Maynaid McAllis ter have returned to their home in New Haven Conn after spend ing several months with relatives in Williamsport Mrs W T Simon of Cotton wood Idaho is the guest of her sister Mrs Harry Griner of E Franklin street The Misses Gladys and Marvene Howard have returned to their home in Scioto street after spending a month in Cleveland Mrs Marcus Ebenhack of Wil liamsport was a Thursday visitor in Circleville Mrs C C McCreary aad Mrs Daisy Sampson of Washington j township were Circleville visitors Thursday Mra T Flaherty and daughter j and Mrs Harry Elliott and i daughter of Chillicothe were i Thursday visitors in Circleville Mrs Brooks Norman of Pick away township shopped in Cir cleville Thursday Mrs Arthur Frazier of Will iamsport was a CircleviUe visi tor Thursday Mrs Harry Wright of Pickaway township stopped in Circleville Thursday Miss Elizabeth Beavers of Com mercial Point was a Thursday visitor in CircleviHe Mrs Austin Wilson of Picka ay township was a business visi tor in CircleviHe Thursday Miss Ann Thacher and John I Grant of Columbus were guests Thursday evening of Mr and Mrs E S Thacher of Jackson town ship Mr and Mrs Orin Dreisbach Circleville township and Mr and Mrs Clyde Brihkier of Ashville left Friday by gjotor for New York City where they will attend the national convention of the Ameri can Legion Dr and Mrs A W Holman of Urhana were visiting friends in Circleville Friday Mr and Mrs Gerald Dumm of Williamsport were business visi tors in Circleville Thursday Mr and Mrs Edward Anderson of Williamsport were Circleville visitors Thursday Mrs Austin Dowden of Wayne township was a Thursday shop per in CircleviHe PHERSON Mr and Mrs William Downs Sunday in Portsmouth guests of their daughter Mrs Or die Lathouse who is seriously ill Mr and Mrs James Anderson were guests of relatives in Colum bus Sunday Mr and Mrs Harold Mussel man of Columbus were guests of relatives Monday daughter Mrs Evelyn Johnion ta Columbus Mrs Johnson rwcntly underwent an operation for gfH atones in St Francis hospital Pherson Mr and Mrs Harmon Bach and daughter will move to London in the near future ilierson Mra Anna Grabill of Coiumbua was the guest of Mrs Mary Wright last week fcfrsrm Mrs Oliver Cooper is spending this week with her parents Mr and Mrs Minart Trump Oct 2 Mrs Will Hegele was named chairman of the committee on ar j rangements The evenings program in charge of Mrs Cora Coffland was opened Frank Davis most excellent chief was in charge of the business ses sion During the evening it was decid ed to have a card party Wednes day evening Sept 29 The com mittees will be appointed later Willing Workers Class The Willing Workers Class of the Pontius United Brethren church will meet Thursday after noon at the home of Mrs M M Bowman of Washington township The meeting will be called to or der at 2 oclock Persomals her afternoon bridge club Thurs In Pinckney guests Mra day at her home street Her house Myrtle Drake Mra E B Gllliland and Miss Daisy Gilliland of Van Wert were included In the players At the conclusion of several games of contract bridge Mrs R L Brehmer and Mrs Charles Smith received score prizes Light refreshments the pleasant afternoon Pleasant View Aid Mrs Elmer Strous of Saltcreek township was hostess to the mem bers of the Pleasant View Ladies Aid society and their families Thursday evening She was as sisted in entertaining by Mrs Roy Fraunfelter and Mrs Lowell Ppllng A short business and de votional service was conducted by Mrs E C Aldenderfer president The first number on the pro gram was a piano duet by Mrs Dwight Rector and her daughter Sara This was followed by a read ing by Mrs Elmer Strous Con tests were enjoyed during the later hours of the evening with prizes won by Miss Mary Porter The hostesses served a lunch to the 45 nifmbers and visitors present Mrs Brown Hostess Mrs Virgil Brown was hostess o the members of her card club Thursday evening at her home in W High street Mrs H L Valen tine and Mra Oscar Heffner were substituting guests for the eve ning After several rounds of auction bridge prizes were won by Mrs Fames Stout and Mrs Walter Heffner Lunch was at the small tables after the games Mrs John Goodchild will enter tiin the club in two weeks Daughters of 1812 The meeting of the Major John Boggs Chapter of the Daughters of 1812 scheduled for Monday wick The program continued with a reading Just an OklFashionecJ by Mrs Harold Conrad Betty Bostwick sang one number j I Know What Ill do for The reading Family Financier ing by Mrs C O Kerns was fol lowed by a solo by Miss Nellie Denman Just The meet ing was closed with a talk on Sun concluded day school attendance by the Rev T C Harper who then dismissed the members with prayer Lunch was served to 24 members and vis by the September committee Pythian Sisters Twelve members of the Pythian Sisters attended the regular meet ing of the organization Thursday evening in Pythian Castle Mrs HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Lowered Symptoms Relieved Scientific testa prove that High Blood Pressure can In i many cases be lowj ered kept lowered and the accompany Intr symptoms at headaches and irreatly relieved by the rcjralar and i Mrs Fred Smucker and son John Frederick have returned to their home in Orrville after spending ten days with Mr and Mrs John Goodchild of E Franklin street Mrs G L Schiear N Scioto street is spending a few days In Dayton with her brotherinlaw and sister Mr and Mrs Ben Wil son Miss Martha Rothe of New Hol land has returned to Nashville Tenn where she will enter her senior year at WardBelmont school for girls John D Bryan New Holland leave Friday for Washington D C where he will spend the Wln Mr and Mrs Russell Pile of Williamsport were business visi tors in Circleville Thursday Mrs Marie Morten of Williams port shopped in Circleville Thurs day Mrs Ansel Dresbach of Wil Hamsport was a Circleville visitor Thursday i Mrs George Wing of Williams port a Thursday shopper in Circleville Miss Ethel Boyer daughter of Mr and Mrs O V Boyer re turned to West Virginia last week to her teaching Miss Boyer teaches Botany She has 180 pu pila son Mr and Mrs John Hildabrand and family spent Sunday with j relatives near Circleville j Pherson i Geo Ingman and daughter Edna were business visitors in Circle1 ville Monday Mrs Frank Neff and family i wore shoppers in Circieville Satur day evening Pherson Mrs Loring Stoer and daughter of near Fox visited Mr and Mrs William Snider Tuesday Pheraon I Mr and Mrs Tipton Davis spent Sunday afternoon with their j Mrs Emma Wardell and Miss Hawn of Circleville were the guests of Mrs Mary Krimmel and family Thursday Pherson Harmon Bach was a business visitor tn Springfield last week Sunday Mr and son Rancid nie M Reeves and Fraak of Columbus The new fashion coats call for bright color frocks Mr and Mrs Paul McCoy of CirceviHe and Mr and Mrs Bryn Downs of Jackpon township called on Mrs Elsie Smith Sunday aft ernoon Mr and Mrs Paul Zimmerman of Columbus were the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs Frank Zimmerman Sunday Mr Zim merman is seriovisly ill Mrs Minart Trumps condition remains about the same Mr and Mrs H C McPherson entertained at a six oclock din THE Hamilton 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