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   Advocate, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1946, Newark, Ohio                               J PAGE EIGHT- -THE NEWARK   JT.jJ.J- Tuesday with Mrs. Eoss F. McDaniel; second low net, first Give Luncheon For Harmonious Club Tuesday TJARMONIOUS club met flight, Mrs. John Spencer, second flight, airs. B. W. Dornbirer; third low net, first flight, Mrs. Julius Sabo, second flight, Mrs. P.obert PaolettL Prizes for low' putts, were awarded in the first flight to Mrs. 1 William Honey; second flight, Mrs. Charles Lally; poker aad first flight, Mrs. Bay Cunning- han; second flight, jVIrs. W. C. Allen; lucky hole, first flight, Mrs. Prank Spencer and second flight, Mrs. E. C. Irwin. prizes were awarded as follows: Champion- ship, Mrs.- Thomas Thorn; 'run- ner-up, Mrs. L. O. Staiger: con- solation, Mrs. George Berry: championship, class B, Mrs. Al- fred Krebs; runner-up; Mrs. Rob- ert Paoletti; consolation, Mrs. T. J. Fredritz; first lot net ringer score, Mrs. L. O. Staiger and seo ond low net, Mrs. T. J. Fredxltz. Appointment was committees to serve of the next year Mrs. R. L. Morin as chair- man. Mrs. Corwin. Harris will be co-chairman; Mrs. Charles Biship, secretary; Mrs. Edward Guelde, treasurer; Mrs. John Spencer and Mrs. William Roney, tournaments chairmen; Mrs. H. G. D'Spain and Mrs. R. C. Irwin, handicap chairmen; Mrs. H. C. Wright and Mrs. Julius Sabo, prizes, and Mrs. Alfred Krebs and Mrs. licity. T. J. Fredritz, pub- A FAMILY DINNER IS BE- ING ARRANGED TONIGHT in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John DeVitp in 370 North 21st street, honoring the 31st wedding anni- versary of Mrs. DiVitq's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Danese, 526 Seroco avenue. The marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Danese was sol- emnized in St church in ago. Ake, Mrs. E. Hartshorn and Mrs. J. E. Owens as hostesses at a 1 o'clock luncheon in Hull Place. Chrysanthemums and asters were used decoratively in the room. Roll call was answered fay autumn flowers. Frank Davidson presented a lec- ture on Fiberglas and its uses. "The Modern House of Tomor- was discussed by Mrs. J. A. White while Mrs. F. C. Scar- brough spoke on "Brightening Up Your Home." The club president, Mrs. L. R. James presented Mrs. W. M. Shamp with a corsage from the club, honoring her birthday anni- versary which was Oct. 1. Mrs: Shamp was honored also because she is the only charter member of the club. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the O.S.U. museum in Columbus with the program committee as hostesses, i MISS LUCILLE SHAFFER ENTERTAINED the members of the Ten and Two Hobbv club Tuesday night in her home in 81 Western avenue. Contests, cards and other entertainment were ar- ranged and refreshments were served to Mrs. Ronald Bebout, Mrs. Willard HoUer, Mrs. Mrs. Donald Askin. Mrs. Ray Be- bout, Mrs. Frank McElfresh Hardy, Mrs. Carl Willard Jeffers, Mrs. Dockery Hostess for Bridge Club MRS. OLIVER H. DOCK- ERY, Granville road, en- tertained members and guests of the Tuesday Afternoon Bridge club with a 1 o'clock luncheon in Moundbuilders Country club yesterday. Many colorful flowers were used to center the table and for deco- ration throughout the club. Prizes for the club scores were given to Mrs. Frank Webb and Mrs. C. W. Miller while guest favors were pre- sented to Mrs. Charles Flory, Mrs. Victor Turner and Mrs. William J. Kennedy. Guests of the club included: Mrs. William Dorey, Mrs. Frederick Wright, Mrs. Doro- thy Beard Harrison, Mrs. Charles Flory, Mrs. Roderic M. Jones, Mrs. Stuart Wil- liams, Mrs. W. G. Corne, Mrs. William J. Kennedy, Mrs. Vic- tor Turner, Mrs. L. P. Shinn, Mrs. Edward King and Mrs. Jesse Elliott, Sr. Mrs. Frederic M. Black will entertain the club with a 1 o'clock luncheon in Mound- builders Country club Tues- day afternoon. Kislingbery-Kirkpatrick Engagement Aiiiounced; Wedding Event of Oct. 4 TDETROTHAL of Miss Norma Kislingbery, 92 North 23rd J-> street, and Dean Kirkpatrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Kirkpatrick, 140 North Main street, Utica, has been announced. The bride-elect is fhe daughter of Mrs. Cath- erine Kislingbery, 92 North 23rd" street, and the late Harold Kislingbery. The ceremony will take place Friday morning at 10 o'clock in the parsonage of the Neal Ave- nue Methodist church with Rev, Frederick Brown, the pastor offi- ciating. Following the ceremonv the wedding breakfast will be served in Hull Place. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Newark high school and has been associated with the offices of the Lima Telephone and Telegraph company. Mr.. Kirkpatrick has been serv- ing in the U. S. Navy. TEACHERS OF THE LOYAL WOMEN'S CLASS of the Central Church of Christ were honored Tuesday night when the class held its annual business and so- cial meeting in the social room of the church. Mrs. Elizabeth dent, conducted Haulk, presi- the business held Oct. Misses Martha and Darlene War- Archie Norris H. B.. Duff, Chester Ra" chffe, Frame Burrell, Edgar Brookover, Lu Luebbers, Robert Warrick, Carl Boring, Roy Scott, Paul Shipp, Earl Cooperrider, Agatha Bourst, Miss Mary Ams- paugh and Miss Goldie Barnes. Guests were Miss Janet Duff. Mrs. John Kosi and Mrs. William Eddington. Ray Bebout in Frazeysburg. LUB WILL MEET THURSDAY NIGHT at 8 o'clock in -the Dem- oeratic headquarters Main street. ABBOTT'S 3 SOUTH PARS PLACE MRS. WILLIAM BEVORE 910 LAWNVTEW AVENUE, was host- ess to the Gladys Ward Mission- ary society of the First U. B. church Tuesday night. Devotions were led by airs. Ed Smart and Mrs. Roy Scott con- ducted the business meeting. Mrs. H. B. Duff was in charge of the program whose theme was "Part- ners in a World Mission.' Members present were: Mes- dames Otto Parrish, Edwin JOLLY B.-B. CLUB MEMBERS WERE GUESTS OF MRS. SAM- UEL GETTING in her home in 220 South Fifth street Tuesday- night and the hostess was as- sisted in entertaining by Misses Betty Dean and Helen Tanner. Black and yellow appointments were suggestive of tlie approach-. ing Kallcwe'sn season and prizes for the club game were won by Mrs. George Steen. Mrs. Thomas Snodgrass, Mrs. Bums Hughes and Mrs. Day Waddell. meeting and Mrs. May Swan led the devotions. Teachers honored were: Mrs. Sam Hamilton, Mrs. Minnie Lev- ingston. Miss Mary Bebout, Mrs. Margaret Hunter and Mrs. Lena Hall. Mrs. Glenn Blizzard pre- sented New Testaments to the active teachers and birthday books to the retired teachers. The new visual education ma- chine of the Sunday school was used to portray the "Life of Jesus." Mrs. O. S. Holland was in charge of the program and social hour. Those present were: Miss Mary Mrs. Minnie Levingston, Hamilton, Mrs. G. L Burrell, Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Hunter. Mrs. Sam D. L. Keckley, Mrs. A. B. Painter, Mrs. Mamie Hoover, Mrs. Aman- da Miller, Mrs. Dora Sailor. Mrs. Frank Ashcraft, Mrs. T. E. Tucker, Mrs. Leora Flenner. Mrs. W. H. VanOstran, Mrs. Henry Weaver, Mrs. Harry Collins, Mrs. Oscar Brown, Mrs. Franklin Baker, Mrs. C. ML VanWey. Miss Kathleen Wilkins, Mrs. Myrtle Ashcraft, Mrs. Elizabeth Mrs. W. A. Penick. Mrs. Smith, Louise Forsythe, Mrs. Jessie Reese, Mrs. Iva Wilson, Mrs, Lewis Cooper, Mrs. Elizabeth Haulk, Mrs. F. S. Wintermute, Mrs. Mary Swan, Mrs. Andy Witz and Mrs. O. S. Holland. ROSS IGE CREAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS MILK CASH and CARRY at Our Three Stores 3 STORES ConrenieatiT Located Corner E. Main and Gay Fifth From Market House MR. AND MRS. M. J. DAVIS. 62 WEST STEVENS STREET, entertained Tuesday afternoon with a party honoring -the fifth birthday anniversary of their daughter, Molly Lou. Games were played and prizes were awarded to James Bline and Edward Lee Myers. were served ti> the following: Kariene Lambert, Marilyn Parker, James Bline, Joseph Bline, Timothy Taylor, Edward Lee Myers, Dale Parker, Samuel, Buzzard, William Harris. Richard Yonker and the honored guest. Molly Davis. Business Women's Week Program Is Planned by Club "PLANS were made for the -17. annual celebration of Na- tional Business Women's week, when the Newark Busi- ness and Professional Wom- en's club met in Hull Place Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Miss Verna Keller, chairman of the Business "Women's week program, announced that the members will assemble in the First Methodist church, Sunday, Oct. 13, at a. m. to attend services in memory of th  Town House in Granvillt Wed- nesday at o'clock. Members of the 'M dub are 'entertained at 2 o'clock in tbe home of Mrs. Edwin Montgom- ery, near Hanover. Cherry Valley Mothers' club meets in the of Mrs. S. E. Alban, 1199 Evansdale avenue at o'clock. THURSDAY. Beta Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi holds a guest party in the Y. M. C. A. at p. m. Sons of Union Veterans and auxiliary to the Sons of Union Veterans hold a casserole din. ner at 6 p. m. in Memorial hall followed by the regular meet- ing and initiation. Yu-Nan club is meeting at in the home of Mrs. Jesse Cabeen in 160 West Main street Mrs. Harry Hook, assisted by Mrs. Arthur Sprowls entertains the Ohio State. University Mothers' club at 2 o'clock in her home in IBS Mt Veraoa road, followed by tea for new members. Newcomers' club is enter- tained with a luncheon in Hull Place followed by a program given by the guest speaker, Mrs. Charles Roudebush, Columbus, talking on "Indian Folklore." Democratic Wpmea's dub meets at 8 p. m. in the Demo- crttie headquarters in West Main street. FRIDAY. Mrs.. Karl Kuster entertains the Aquinas Study club in her home, 525 Kibler avenue, at 8 P. rn. The wedding Kialirigbery, arid Dean Kirkpat- rick takes place at 10 the parsonage of the Neal Ave- nue Methodist church followed by a wedding breakfast in Hull Place. Senior class members' of St Francis de Sales school are terta members of St. Fran- cis de Sales high school, only, with- a dancing party in the school ball. TUESDAY. Mrs. Frederic M. Black en tertains the Tuesday Afernoon Bridge club with a 1 o'clock luncheon in Moundbuilders Country club. U for luncheon on TuMcbjr by T. A. H. S, Bamck. attractively marigolds and Tinniaf in. gay autumnal hue. of bygone school days were for roll call m from readers. The art of puppetry dis- cussed and damaftrated by Mrs. Stewart Cox, guest of the club. She traced pupperty from its early Oriental through the French revolutionary period up to modern tunes, stressing the religious, political, as well as en- tertainment art.- The distinction ignific of the between puppets and marinettes was ex- plained and the difficulties of the role of uppeteer were made evi- dent Three marionettes and one hand-and-rod puppet, designed and executed by the speaker, were demonstrated. Mrs. R. "Malabar" Bromfield. author'! choke Valley site, ofefcm tt Mr. Bromfield's comtetaSle house and the Malabar thisj "with air tbumai tha lad discussed vividly, members eager for Oet date of their next of their scheduled trip to bar.' Guests present at tbe were Mrs. Stewart Cox aad Mrs. Glyndon Roberta. John belief tfce e by Tossy Spivakcvsky, young musician of note, who wall be in Swasey chapel Tuesday, Feb. 11. As the climax of the season's concert series, Dorothy Maynor. greatest Negro soprano, will sing ilcnday, March 3. Ticket sales are In charge of Stanley Martin, superintendent >f the Granville schools, who is manager for the associa- tion, Nurses' Alumnae Hold Meeting In Nurses' Home Tuesday night the Alumnae association assembled the home at tbe Newark hospital for a business and social [Co-hostesses were Mrs. cote and Mrs. Claude Huggins. Following the business meeting refreshments were served the fol- lowing: Mrs. Dayton. Allen, John Sutton. Herbert Leek- rone, Mrs. Rcllin Frenier, .Mrs. Chester Gutridge, Carl Fet- umlee. Mrs. Kenneth Frenier, Mrs. Claude Huggins, Mrs, Lewis Six, Mrs, J. R..Boeker, Mrs. An- thony Stasel. Mrs. Cochran, Mrs. John Chilcote, Misses Edith Debolt, Irene Preston, and Helen Wallace. _ Dr. researeh tie with the the preMiit daq down with teaduncd times for tion. "He wat L. R. pi cieftr. WESLEYAN OF THE NEAL odirt duiicb roeetina: Refef ForYi water. fish drown jf kept under MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR class of St. Francis vde Sales. church will be hosts at a party ilarmed for Friday. Bight in the chool halL The senior class! .will' nye as their guests, students at ending St. Francis de [school. The hours will be speiit [in dancing. FR4NK L MRS. L, A. SPITZER, NORTH 1ST STREET. WAS HOSTESS TO THE Wesleyan Service Guild t the First Methodist church 'uesday night in her home. A poem on stewardship and a raver by the president, Mrs lonald B. Wiley, opened the aeeting. Mrs. Ralph -Tiede led the de- otions and Mrs. S. D. Webb told her experiences while teaching rt to Indians in Oklahoma. During the business meeting it -as planned to held a Stanley ostass party at the next meeting, "ov. 5, in the home of Mrs. Ron- ald B. Wiley, 282 Elmwood ave- ue. I NTT SIGMA SORORITY WILL HOLD A BUSINESS ffiETING Thursday at 8 p. m. in sororitv rooms and a nledge meeting will be held at pre- eding the regular meeting. A red squirrel can swinl two iles without stopping. Friday, October 4ih BOXING SHOW iuckfye Lakt Park P. M. We proudly present an outstanding group of COATS that go on Sale Thursday Here are great values and glorious ma- terials. Fine tailoring and 100 per cent all -wool cloth. These coats have just arrived.. The new Shorty Coats predominate, but plenty of full length coats also. Real outstanding values. Courteous Treatment Always 23 S. Park Place COLORS BLACK, SHOWN, GREEN, RED SUM 10 to 20. 38 to 52. featuring hosiery FIRST FLOOR -MuTlu Custom tailored. Navy. Black 100% wool In browns, blacks, Glenagary plaid and other combinations. t. 2,   

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