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   Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - February 27, 1954, Hamilton, Ohio                                EA6E JOURNAL THE DAILY FEBRUARY Reily Ladies Aid Group Plans Support To World Day Of Prayer Services By EVA WEBB To REILY The February meet ing of the Reily Ladies Aid and Missionary Society was held at the home of as sisting hostesses being John Lowery and Delia Seventeen one guest and four children were De votions were led by Mae Miller and George Lampton presented the topic Christ Calls Us to Witness in Our Com Day of Prayer on Friday March The service will be held at the Reily Church at 2 and will be prepared by representatives from the Charles and Walker Every one in the community is cordially in vited to Bring Cookies The secretary of Social Education and George Lampton asked each member to bring some cookies to the church March 5 and she would send them to the Butler County Home to be distrlb Rardon met at the home of Gillespie to plan the World Day of Prayer and Frank Wickard of College visited with Maggie Visits Parents Miss Jean McClellan spent the weekend with her and and Kimber Crank and sons entertained relatives from Michigan over the Sunday School at 9 wor ship service at 10 The Leslie Overpcck During the business session which uted among the men and women t j Tit i A t 111 nae0 fvl re was conducted by the Durrough it was voted to dispense with the regular March meeting of the society and join in the observance of the World Better Pianos For less Liberal Allowance Per Your Old Tnnlnt And For t SHOUPE MUSIC CENTER 83J HIGH STREET FBONE ttttt NEWS VIEWS By AL HENNEBERGER With most birds winging North the major bal hawki pull their usual switch by dusting the snow from their shoes and heading South for spring From now until the season veterans and rookies will be tearing up the turf as they display their dia mond With about one third of the horsehlde crop being the grass the only green thing In the The newcomers are all de termined to prove they be long with the squad but dugouts arent The seating capacity is lim and some of the lads who arent ready for the rare atmosphere of the majors will wind up in the Others will Just wind In the umpires are practicing at home talk ing back to radio and tele vision A Milwaukee optometrist Eyes examined while you Wonder how he handles the examina tion if you havent time to wait When wind and rain begin to penetrate that roof that needs there wont be any more time to And its a good idea not to wait until an emer gency like this If roof repairs are In see us for a complete choice of quality roofing at HENNEBERGER LUMBER COAL 521 Maple Phone who live Due to Illness Charlotte Weaver has asked lo be replaced on the ForgctMcNot Durrough and Everett Follick will serve on the commit tee and should be notified of any illness in the The so ciety voted to Join the United Church Women of Ohio for A contribution of sheets and pillow cases had been sent lo the Pres byterian Home It was announced that a few church plates and pecans were still Following the benediction lunch was served by the Honor Daughter and Raymond Smith entertained Miss Caroline and Bet ty Miller at a birthday dinner in honor of their Janetts and Paul Campbell Ira Campbell were guests of and of Portsmouth Ernest Ear and Melvin Dcrlck son attended a valentine party at the Butler County Home given by the Farm Bureau Womens Com VUlt In Oxford and Mathew Flchtcr visited with and George Fichter and family of and Earl Creek called on relatives In Walter L Durrough and Smith WE ARE DEALERS in TAX EXEMPT BONDS BANK STOCKS MUTUAL FUNDS Sehwarm Member Natl Association Of Security Dealers 626 Park At Eaton Phone 32292 eorge Thompsons Visit Freemans By CLARENCE FLORY MpfcrtMl To OVERPECK and jeorge vis ted and Allen Freeman Robert Lun visited her par ents Arthur Curl was dismissed last week from Mercy Hospital and is slowly improving at his Allen Freeman enjoyed a chicken supper at the home of Spivcy in and Howard Sharp visited and Walter Sharp of Clarence Flory entertained her canasta club on one and Sherman Harris and son of McGonlgle visited Mr and Allen and Clarence Flory and and Arthur Curl spent a day in Little Roger Butncr is ill at his home with the and James Hill spen a day with and Clar cnce West Chester Ladies Society Holds Meeting By IDA EILER WEST CHESTER The Prcsby terlan Ladies Aid entertained in the church annex with Cas per Bedacht and Beuhal Car ver as Olive Su face had and Malt Mrs Ida Eiler and Stella Dunlai visited Sarah Giltner who is a patient at Marys Hospital in and Louis Coffee en tertained their demitasse Marguarite Faber and Mrs Josephine Faber were Cincinnnl visitors and enjoyed seeing th film I Love The Spraguo called 01 Otis and Harry Hughes en tertained Mary Lee Wageman was horrv over the weekend with her par and Wage Shirley Winn has purchased Mo beleys property and will move in the near Leslie Robinson of Monro visited her Otta Car Ralph Ihle called on Mrs Ray Maddox of Prominent Designer Patterns If American designer Zelma Golden of Grabois has her we gals are going to live in an aura of romance this She has designed a breathtaking collection of fashions one of which weve patterned exclusively ior dear Like most of her new spring M219 features a widelybecoming neckline above a billowy princess This Empireprincess is a line the men just cant seem to resist a line that makes every woman feel newly In pure silk M219 is sure to capture admiring glances on the dance In a novelty under the shade of a big youll feel like a belle whos stepped out of the pages of a romantic southern Picture Zelma Goldens exquisite Original in a print linen or novelty too light and lovely for Pattern M219 is available in Misses Sizes 18 and Size 16 requires yards 39inch Send fifty cents in coins for Pattern M219 to Hamilton Journal Pattern Box Old Chelsea New Please print plainly your address with style number and Hamilton Events Recalled 20 YEARS AGO Best Habit ever mafce Save A Little 54 ana use our friendly help OF THE BUSY WEST SIDE BUSINESS DISTRICT ROSSVILLI BRANCH OPENING SOON SEC wnai uan CONSERVATIVE MSJRH W9IIT 27 fell on Weather Helen Sundorhaus and her MLss Romilda Sunder arranged a party to cele brate the birthday anniversary of Miss Cecelia Miss Ruth Naomi Jer sey died in Fort Hamilton She was and Adolf Hornstcin an nounced the engagement of their to Joe Silver Born to Gregory Howell in Mercy a and Carl Schnapp cele brated their 15lh wedding anni versary with a Elma Baker was elected president of the Jennie Sandidge Guild of the First Baptist 28 fell on Weather Cloudy aycl warmer The municipal golf course on New London has become a winter and skiing and coasting are being enjoyed there Rehearsals are underway for Pirate a musical show to be presented by Frank Dur win Post American Legion Nancy 440 Third announced the marriage o her Louise to John Pooios which took place Feb William died in Mer cy of pneumonia whicl followed an Firemen answered eight calls Tuesday night and The home of Sam 805 Maple was badly damaged by fire originating from a defective flue 10 YEARS AGO 27 fell on Weather Temperature Maximum 49 minimum Born to Carl in Fort Hamilton a girl to Paul a girl to Michael in Mercy Hospi a girl to Carl a boy to Charles Dudley a boy to Arthur Schuer a girl to William A a boy to Theodore a and Martin Lingler entertained at a family dinner par ty to celebrate the second birth day anniversary of their daugh Frances wife of Jess died in Fort Hamilton Ellen widow of Peter died suddenly of a cerebral A merry theater party and din ner was arranged to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Miss Ro milda 28 fell on Weather Temperature M axim u m 41 minimum Announcementwas made of the marriage of Miss Betty Rhodus to Carl which took place Adrian Robert Peters and Edward Peters gave a party and shower for Miss Lois Ann a prospective Born to Melvin in Mercy a Rose Woodlawn arranged a party to celebrate the birthday anniversary of her Emma Ed manager of the But ler Farm Bureau CoOperative Association announced the appoint ment of Allen as assistan 40 Years Ago This Week The wedding of Miss Ethel Smith to George Krucker was a pretty Miss Leola Pierson and Earl Baker were married in the parson age of the Church of Born to John in Mercy twin A marriage license was issued to Jesse Waldo Brannan and Alma Caroline Charles Vaughn was elected president of the Metal Trades Announcement was made of the marriage of Miss Esta Butterfield to Frank Ramsey which took place The wedding of Miss Alma Schmidt to William Yaekle was a pretty Norma Beckett and El more Withrov were united in mar Raymond Smith and Miss Eva Smith were POTATO INCREASES idaho American farm ers have increased their potato yield per acre 95 per cent in the past Yield has risen from 117 Vi bushels an acre to 2289 bu Benson To Allow Underplantingj i WASHINGTON of Agriculture Benson announced toi day farmers may underplant 1954 corn acreage allotments as much as 10 per cent and not be penal zed in future corn Corn is one of the major crops being produced under production control measures this year be cause of A 17 per cent cutback has been called for in the commercial corn producing Farm law requires that a farms ast acreage of any other controlled used as a fac tor in making its future Benson said many farmers may feel that in order to protect their interests in any future control pro they should plant their full allotments this Farmers who overplant their al lotments will be denied government price support Look Whos Writing What Some On The Neto Author Gostip Provided By Hamilton Book Loten EDITORS NOTE The follow ing hook notes are presented each week by the JournalNews in cooperation with Lane Pub lic Heal Estate Transfers ulampH lire required at rate of for tiich J500 valuation or portion thcrrof hut amount nf lUmpi dotl not necemarlly indicate full value of prop erty since are are not required when value la lees than DEEDS Hamilton William Woodrum to Walter et lot Frederick et to Dale et lot Clara to Alvle et lot Wiley et to Fred lot 8117 antl lots no James et to John et lot William Cirlesmer to Stanley lot Mary Oarley to Bessie lot Moses BwlBshclm to Laura lot no Manford Smith to Marian lot Mlddleiown Frances ct to Allen kin don ct lots County Enos ct to Shirley West Chester lot Fred ct to Orvel Pennlng et Union et to William Fergu et Trenton lot Norbert Oreelcy to City of Falrlleld no Ora et to Leonard et Trenton lot Lcvl et to Walter el Lee Land lot Pearl ct to Paul Shep et Tuggle lot Edna Albln to Maylield lot Carl et t o Elizabeth lot Elizabeth Brown to Carl et Peter et to John Falrflcld Max Stamper to Henry et Home lot Eugene ct to Frank et Oakslde lot John ct to James und David Bcaty to Charles Mill lot Ellen O riff In to Sarah lots MORTGAGES Hamilton Harry ct to Ben lot Dale et to West Side lot Alvle et to Chaso Credit lot Helen el to Second Natl lot Joseph ct to Home lot Harold to Home lot Stanley Wllmer to Dollar lot Bessie Coleman to Dollar Donald et to Columbia Fed lot Mlddleiown Allen Llndon ct to Security and lots Harold ct to lot Lulda ct to lot County Shirley Wynn to Enterprise and Weslclicgter lot Essie et to Enterprise and Union Moody et to Security and Clifton lot William et to Standard and lol Waller et lo Equllable Life Lee Land lot Paul et to Equitable Life Tuggle lot Lucllo et al to Dixie lot Mabel et to Home Sharon lots John et to Home Fair field Walter et to West Side Symmes lot Sarah Cales to Mary Belmont lots CANCELLATIONS Hamilton John Lengel to West Side lot Harold ct to Home lot Joseph et to Home lot Paul et to West Side 4 Arthur el lo West Side and lot Helen et to Second Natl lot Carl Pottengcr to Second 5 Ham ilton lots and Falrflcld 53 13 ad Mary Cearley to Butler lots 147 James el lo Charles Logsdon et lot Mlddlelown nay et to lot and lot Francis Howard to lot County Mlllard et to ONelda lot Leva Chrlsman to Mad ison Jrvln et to Onelda lot Ray et to Onelda lot and Poasltown lot 27 und lot Harry et to Oneldu lot Earl et to Roselawn lol Oscar et to Maylield lot Austin el to Mad ison Waller el to West Side Symmes lot WE TOO CAN PROSPER by Graham Hutton was written as a challenge to British In this thought provoking the author assisted by Geoffrey Crow ther analyzes the many factors re sponsible for the terrific output of American He warns that if Britain does nothing to raise her economic efficiency while pres ent economic trends in the world her people will lose even their present standards of liv This book should be of inter est to every American business man and consumer concerned with the economic problems that con front industry Graham Hut ton was educated at the London School of Economics where he lat er taught before joining the staff of The Economist in In 1939 he joined the British Foreign Of fice and was sent to Chicago to direct British Information Services in the Middle He has since been active as a writer and eco nomic consultant to several firms as well as serving with the United Kingdom section of the AngloAm erican Council on He has broadcast and lectured extens ively in both Britain and 1C NOROROSS GREETING CARDS For Every Qccatian 2U HIGH STREET NEW OFFICE HOURS EFFECTIVE MARCH 1994 Monday to Thundoy Friday to Wednesday end Saturday to Noon WELFARE FINANCE CORPORATION 1U 2nd Street Phone 24176 ORINOCO ADVENTURE by Hec tor Accbes is the authors account of his exploration in the heart of South In a conver sational he of his one man expeditions traveling and liv ing with the natives whom he came to know very Armed with his camera Acebes traveled among the savage tribes taking the pictures which are in his He had many chilling adventures including living among the head shrinking Jivaro Indians of Ecua dor and eeing the head of a man he knew being He tell the story of the beauti ful girl who had lived all her life among the Even though the author met her on his first trip he did not learn her full story until years Acebes in terest in the natives their way of the food they the houses they live in and their customs in matters of love making and give his writing a special His talent for describing the mys tery of the jungle and his many wonderful photographs make his adventure book colorful and highly Ruth McKenney need no more of an introduction than to say she wrote MY SISTER a book people have been chuckling over for FAR FROM her new book is equally In this book the author is married and has children but there are no other changes and her flair for the ridiculous is as strong as her husband has the same type of hu mor and the same love of adven This time the entire family leaves Connecticut to become permanently domiciled By mistake they land in Brussels where the confusion only The people had to get used to them and they had to learn the language so they could get along with the Their first jolt came when they found they had enrolled their two boys in a school for backward everything work out very nicely and they introduce their Belgian friends to Christmas hot childrens parties and musical Miss McKenney tell this story of a family of five who learn ed to feel at home abroad with the same humor and affection as she did in her earlier THE GREAT IRON SHIP by James Dugan is the story of the fabulous Great Eastern launch ed in She was the largest iron ship ever built and had an unpredictable career comedy and tragedy and maimed and financially ruined hundreds of Here are just a few of the things for which this monster steamship was noted killed her designer drowned her first cap tain logged four mutinies killed 35 men survived the Atlantics weirdest storm laid the Atlantic cable sank four ships made six knights caused 13 lawsuits was six times at auction boarded two million sightseers ended as a floating James Dugan has spent the best part of ten years investigating the story of the Great Eastern as well as six months of research in He was born in Material for his book came to him from a variety of including a penguin egg hunter in the Falk land a retired Mersey tug captain and institutions and people in Britain and His articles have appear ed in various popular He was a staff correspondent for Yank during the war and now lives with his wife in Long THE IMPACT OF STRIKES by Nell Chamberlain explains to the public the measure of costs of what are termed national em ergency He examines their impact on three major indus railroads and steel and shows their damage on various groups as well as society in gen By examining each case he is able to set up a standard for determining whether or not a par ticular nation wide strike is actual ly costly to the His con clusions provide a new basis for action to safeguard the publics interest and the interests of the parties involved in future Neil Chamberlain is Assistant Director of the Labor ment Center and Associate Profes sor of at Yale Univer ASK FOR THESE BOOKS AT LANE PUBLIC BRITISH 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