Piqua Daily Call And Piqua Press Dispatch, April 26, 1927, Page 2

Piqua Daily Call And Piqua Press Dispatch

April 26, 1927

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Piqua Daily Call and Piqua Press-Dispatch, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1927, Piqua, Ohio HER WAWESSFUL of St Mary's hftrch Gives Splendid Program Monday. entertainment at the St Hall last evening given, by choir of the church was most much appreciated large audience which re- with loud applause to and every part of the de- jilightful program. first part of the evening to a-musical by the choir, the beautiful voic- ;0es of the soloists with those of S'Vbte members of the chorus blend- S. red: most harmoniously and made this part most enjoyable. second part, the play en- "Patsy from was scream from the beginning to I end. Miss Catherine Birk as Pto Greyson, the girl from iife west whose father had died -and came to live with her aris- tocratic aunt, Mrs. Leroy Madi- sbri, who was Miss Mary Chron- ejfoerry, was the "hit" of the ev- eriing. Her funny ways arid her social blunders which she made while breaking into society kept V the audience in complete uproar. Every member of the cast played part to perfection and the I '-play finished without one mis- take. Between acts Anna Dwyer and Paul Spraul delighted the audi- ence-with a-clever monologue on and Miss Dwyer also .gave several humorous readings. According to those who saw the entertainment and those in the evening was one well spent and from every standpoint a decided success. DUISERNEW PRESIDENT OF PIQUA ROTARY Rev. Goodacre Talks on Ancient English Archi- tecture at Meeting. Dr. I. C. Kiser, well known Piq.ua physician was elected pres- ident of the Piqua Rotary Club for the ensuing year at the an- nual election of officers conduct- ed at the- regular meeting today noon, succeeding Oliver Lecklid- er, retiring p-resident. Other of- ficers named Included: Edward Spoone-r, vice president; Arthur Redman, secretary-treasurer; wJ Signorina Maria Gallo of Torino, H. Flach, Leo Louis and Damon-j Italy, was chosen by Tevere, Rome newspaper, in a nationwide contest to represent her country in the second International Pageant of Galveston, Tex., Five other Euro- Miss Jessie McCaa Is- only woman mail carrier in these Unit- ed States. At Franklinville, N. Y., she first slung a postal pouch ov- er shoulder during the war emer- gency. When Franklinville ly was placed in the city system' class, her position was made per- manent. H. Stahr, directors. In addition to the election and' usual'musical program the Rotar- ians were genuinely entertained by a splendid talk on the archi- tectural beauties of the City of York, England, the oldest English city, by Reverend Henry Good- acre, presented by Chairman C. W. Orr of the entertainment com- mittee. Re-verend Goodacre, a native of England, recently vis- ited his home land after years spent in and it is his observation that the British and England as a whole is closer as- Pulchritude at May 21 to 23. pean beauties are- Signorina Gallo. coming with Mr, and Mrs. Wood Entertain Lav- ishly For Bride and Bride-Groom :Etect. The handsome home of Mr. and Mrs. Mo.nday ev- ening seeined transformed into'the abode of the .goddess of Spring herself, for it was a perfect bower of blossoms with their exquisite- coloring, and bride 'j-oses filling tall vases low bowls, massing the marble mant- es, and smiling, a welcome from very available corner to the bride nd bride-groom elect, Miss Betty Wood Shipley and Mr. Frederick leid Cross, whose- wedding this evening wilt, be one of the para- mount events of .several -social AGED RESIDENT TAKEN BY DEATH sociated with the church than any other country both socially and in the educational and business j The speaker described at length three striking examples of early architecture still standing in York, the cathedral, the Guild Hall an-d the Merchants and Ad- venturers Hall. He urged that every'visitor to England'make- a special effort to see the famous sights of this ancient city. I RYAN RESIDENCE r IS DESTROYED Fire in Rossville Yester- day Makes Family Homeless. Fire completely destroyed the two rstory "seven, room house 'occupied -by Ryan .and his family in Itossville yesterday afternoon. The cause of. fife is unknown. The first call came at three o'- and firemen responded prom- 't jiptly to find the house engulfed in Chemicals proved, to no. H' avail and the engine was placed on iM the bridge to pump water on, the HAMBER6ER RITES TO BE WEDNESDAY Funeral services for Mrs. So- phia Hamberger will be held at the home of her1 son, Mr. Frank Hamberger, 1004 Park Avenue at two o'clock on Wednesday afte-r- noon. Burial at Forrest Hill cemetery. Mrs. passed away on Sunday morning at Detroit, Michigan, and her remains have been brought to the home of her David Hamilton Martin passed away this, morning at two thirty i kj'clock at his residence- 712 Vine street after an illness of three weeks. Mr. Martin was born at Clayton, Ohio on .February.4th, 1850, being 77 years .of age at. the time- of. his had been a resident of Piua- for the -past fourteen .years. WOOSTER COLLEGE ORATORS WINNING HONORS IN 1927 Wooster college orators- have Tseeri winning their share of foren- sic honors this season. Donald Do- zer of Zanesville, won the.'state He is survived by his widoW, and elimination for the National Interstate contest 'of son for two sons, Harry and Guy of Day- ton and Daughter, Mrs. Mary. Livingston, of Greenville, O'hio, six ure white of the- bride's own rose, sacred to her from time immemor- ial, arid other white blossoms, with stately whiW candles in' silver holders, lending their soft radiancy over the scene'. Miss Shipley was beautiful in an imported gown of baby blue georgette, her mother, Mrs. Frank M.1. Shipley, wonderful- ly lovely in silver lace, while Mrs. William R.- Cross; mother of the bride-groom was handsome, in lace. A stunning gown of black, covered with jet sequins, was worn by Mrs. Woodfs house guest, Mrs. J; Blackwood Cameron, of Read-' Pennsylvania, while Mrs. Wood, the hostess, wore- a Paris gown of pale pink chiffon, embroi- dered in rhinestoE.es. Following the unusually .delici- ous sup.per with its perfect appoint- ments, the guests danced or-play- ed cards, as they preferred. Those present including beside Miss- Shipley and Mr. and- the at- ;endants of the wedding party, MY. and Mrsj-F. M. Shipley, Rev. Dr.. and Mrs. Cross, the guests" who are here-for the wedding, and thel? hosts and hostesses. on North Roosevelt Avenue, .good attendance is urged.-The com-, mittee in charge of the meeting in- clude Mrs. J- C. Lawrence, Mrs. Beecher Thomas, Mrs. Simon Ea- tey, Mrs. Elmer Rhodes and Mrs., H. D. Fogle. Miss Mary CampbelFs wid'e cir- cle of friends will bo happy to know that she is getting alous after her operation for the removal of 'her appendix; which she underwent .on Monday morning at the Memorial Hospital. Wayne St. Methodist Ladles .Aid. The' Ladies .ot the; Wayne street- Methodist will meet on Thursday, afternpbn and evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Carl Weber, 530 Souttv The Hilariour of V'Letter ,Carrier Who Mixet With-Surprising Results. the card-tables at the close games.' The next meeting n Wednesday afternoon a Tonight f I Bill Pattoti in i "Smoking Trails" and Contedy street. The committee in Charge the home of Mrs. Bell, on Cleveland will be Mrs. Mrs. Ed l-gtreet. Religious Readers will- be Mrs. Lloyd Neih.-.. Miss Adeline Fickeri and Miss Sinma Birk. The extra helpers are MTS, Charles Pettit and.Miss Rose Nath- Cro Tat 'Em Club. Miss Gertrude'Taylor tain the members of the 'Em club on. Wednesday, evea.ing at home on. Caldvrell street. Christ'Church. Ladies Aid. The Ladies- Aid Society, o! the Church of-. Christ will hold a Thim- ble Social on Thursday afternoon .at the--home .of ;.Mrs. W. T.iries, 934 Caldwell street, Every; ber. is. urged, to" attend and bring someone with jt.. .s. Betheny Class. The.Betheny Class; of the- Greene :'the, sTibject--for the; answers to Roll t5all-.whielJ will be: by a paper on John "Hus's by; Mrs. Miles, a; pftper on Martin: "Luther, by Mrs. George-MaTirer, re- sume of-the life .of'John Knox, by Mrs; Alva Sims'. (Additional Society on Page THREAT OF DEATH INCREASES TODAY front High Wa- ters in Mississippi' bar nand surrounding Johnsoli Monday. as the Ryan home was past .stage of saving. The fine work was 'noteworthy in sav- in 'ing- the home of Ethel Williams mon Building Contest committee will be i Wishart, president of the, college _ TM trri 11 -irrrm vn TW Street M.E. Church "Kid Party" this, evenin home--of Miss Mable Kunkel, "IS'1 Miss Anna. of Wood returned home on Monday, after- nooni' fro-m' a ten" days visit in Cin; J. T.. Sills family. and Mrs. Virgil Pittman Brewer) April Threat ,.o'f d'eatti-.iiiefeased jpi flboii. area. today; Already morefthan .100 liy.es have been lost' More, will: die unless re- lief', workers can ifidrice farmers and; villagers tti leais, their homes and unless workers are! successful Crawford street, Troyv In threat plague. Officials'" estimate places the ..number.- of- hom-eles sat Maynard; may be who.-.have .sought refuge beyond the.reach of angry Mississippi.. Most of: this ot 21 West Greene Street. An unusual-1- ly good- time.is' anticipated classr hopes to have" a "alV attend- ance at. this party. Ladies Aid of First Reformed Church. TI-YM i 'i i l-uts congratulations on- ciwfl for-in o.ver-crowa- T_h: birth of a camps. .Condi- tions are bad; Proper food, shelter ;named Edsell -Maynard .Pittman and weighs seven pounds-. Mr. arid; 'Mrs. William Brewer, of' Adams' street. Piqua, are the'pro.ud'-grand- parents. Mr. arid Mrs. Foster .Stickler Exquisite' Luncheon, Given by Mr. j Ladies Aid Soc-ujtv of the First Re'formerl T-.U: hold is -snmost entirely lack- New dro.wnings are-being report- ed hourly. Tardy householders- are -the .swirling 'floods as Thoma had sued the company r approximately alleged due auto deal. A jury in the com- pleas court found against held. tonight at .seven o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. The committee will review results of. this year's contest arid recommend new plans for future- contests. --whp; occupies the -house close to the Thomas and a motion for a new Ryan residence. I trial was. filed. The Ryan home was owned by J. Hatrie Stein of this city.. Total I EVERGREEN BAPTIST 'damage estimated at which r Reverend Coloman. of Springfield was. upartly covered by insurance. Illinois, wilL. deliver a of The Ryan: .family lost all their be- three special sermons, at the Ever- and have only the clothing green Baptist church beginning: on .they wore when the .fire .broke ouU Thursday evening, church officials Officials of the local Salvation announced today. have asked that Piquads hav- Recognized as an exceptional viirig. clothing, household goods and speaker Rev. Coloman was. secured pieces of furniture that they want Ko speak here on. Thursday, Friday to give to call Main 1892. A truck and Sunday nights. Evergreen for these donations. church officials desire the general to hear this speaker or 3r Insitre With. J. Ben Wilkinson Co. 1 merit and extend a cordial invita- tion to all to attend one or more services. x B1BLE COUNCIL MEETING Members the SSlble. Councii will meet at. the Y. M. C. A, Friday evening at seven o'clock. Every member is urged to attend as these will be important business taken up at this time. Tignor will .go to Delaware .May 13 to compete in the state' Peace- contests. Six of the -best orators in Ohio colleges, will compete in this contest. Dozer is a senior at Wooster' coV lege and editor of the Voice', -the weekly published by. the- students. Tignor was on the Wooster debate squad year which won five, lost one and tied one. ARE TO f Y.W.UJQTES The Friendship Club will meet Z. McColloch, Insurance Co. J. B. Miles, Insurance Co. Carl Schnell, Insurance. WELSHS1N6EBS TO BE HEARD 1H FIQUA at the Asosciation and a feature of the afternoon session will be an out-of-town speaker, Mrs. C." G. Snook- of Troy who will give a talk on "Wild Flowers" with illustrated stereopticon slides. All high school girls are invited to attend and; a large turnout is desired. and ,Mrs. Frazier. Another of the many lovely' pre- nuptial affairs, which have been tendered Miss. Betty Wood Shipley, a'nxT her. fiance, Mr. Frederick Reid Cross, of Chicago, was the exqui- sitely, arranged luncheon given to- day by Mr. and Mrs, Logan Frazier at'theip beautiful home on North] Downing street. A color scheme- of pink and white, was carried out. throughout the spacious roorns, the guests 'being-, at the four round tables each centered" by a silver basket of pink and .white flowers, a silver basket of. these same dainty' decorating 'the buffeti Covers were laid for Miss Shipley, Cross, Miss Irene Lawler. of- New, York City; Miss Ruth Rogers, Miss Catharine French, Miss '-Ruth Virginia Mor- ris, Mr. Ralph Licklider. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Messrs. Samuel Davies and Robert Harris of Cincinnat, Richard Beach of an. important business meelihg on A number of Piqua people will attend the. Foreign Work Institute at Dayton Wednesday. This will be a session: with many interesting; facts and bits of data being given by prominent men associated witti Thursday afternoon at the ho-nae of Mrs. Charles Trostle, 415 West Greene street. The meeting w'll begin promptly at o'clock and all mem-bers are requested to makb an effort to be present as some matters requiring the attention of the eociety will be brought up. Group Eight of Presbyterian Women. Group Eight of the women of the Presybterian Church will hold- a meeting on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. J. Kroger, 317 Virginia street. 'Helen Hunt Circle. Mrs. Leo Louis was the graci- .ous'hostess to the members the Helen Hunt' Circle on Monday ev- ti guests at the Hotel Gibson Mrs. Starbuck Turner re- turned on Monday- evening -from Wilmington, Ohio, where she 'was, called by the death, of her mother, Mrs. Sarah Starbuck, who away on Friday of last week. funeral services were held m Sun- day- afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Blaik. of are announcing the of a son on Monday afternoon at thft Miami Valley. Hospital. Mrs. Blaik, her marriage was Miss McrTe McDowell, daughter of nomes" by o'verland. UPENS IN MURDER TRIAL (Continued from Page One.) The Rhoadda Welsh Male Sing fers are to visit Piqjia on Saturday night, April 30th. These singers are internationally known. ATX off-date and a Saturday even ing made it possible to secure them L for one of their programs. The organization is composed en- tirely of professional singers from Wales. There are sixteen in num- ber. They are directed by Prof. Thomas Morgan (Glynfach) Pre- mier Welsh Conductor. Prof. Eml- Chicago; Brucs Puffer and Atlee Schafer of Cleveland, and William B. Wood, of Piqua, members of thg wedding Mr. and Mrs. F. HI Shipley, the Rev; Dr.; and Mrs. of'Elizabeth. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. this city. Mr. E. 'ot M-v tions of their many friends, hi; qua. The baby's' name- has not. yef.< been decided upon. Y. M.. C. A. work in America, and in! Mr. and; Mrs: W. W. Wood, third, yn Jones, A. R. C. pipe organ and piano "soloist is the accompan- 1st. Redfem one of the great- est musical critics of San Francis- San Franciscoan who wants to realize the musica] possibilities.of the male voice owes it to his conscience to hear them From Houston, Texas, comes the word concerning them, "The most enthusiastic reception ever tender- ed a group of singers in this city." H. E. Krehbiel, New York critic said, "I never heard such beautiful chorus The program will be given in the Greene Street M. E. Church Sat- urday evening beginning at eight o'- clock, and will consist of solos, .duets, trios, quartettes, and chor- The Welshmen are known for singing. Those who com- this chorus are thoroughly and live in a musical at- all of the time. Covers ot music will enjoy the must drink river water and eat food made unsatisfactory by ex- isting conditions. Innoculation and vaccination of every person arriving in the camps is being undertaken to thwart the disease threat. Vicksburg, Miss., April With the death toll mounting, troops today began to evacuate areas which are certain to be flooded by the Mississippi. The refugees, clinging to their few possession and water-covered homes are to be driven to safety at point of bayonet, if necessary, Gen. Curtis T. Greene, comman- der of the Mississippi National Guard announced. Failure of the inhabitants to co-operate with relief authorities has con- stituted one of the greatest prob- lems of the organization which has undertaken the work. Lack of enforced evacuation is said by many workers to be the indirect cause of many of the 100 or more deaths which have been recorded. may be necessary to force Federation -meeting Friday even- ing. Supper will be served at all names should be in by Thurs- da yevening. The Swastika Club will have charge and present, "Mothers of the alongside other sacred music. The Girls Reserves will have the pleasure of hearing- Mrs. Snook speak on Thursday afternoon of this week. Her talk will be differ- ent than the one on.Wednesday and will be. especially interesting to younger At the Council meeting Monday afternoon it was decided to have "peanut week" next week, the 1st week in May, for the Federation. Each club will have a certain even- ing to fry peanuts for their cus- tomers. Order early if you want some delicious fried peanuts. other lands. speakers of the institute are Fred W. Ramsey, retiring presi-. dent of the National Council of Y. M. C. A.; T. Z. Koo, Associate National General Secretary of the Y in China; Prof. Andres Osuna, of Mexico-; John W. Pontius. Met- ropolitan Secretary of the Colum- bus, Ohio, association; and A. W. Hanson, of the Educational and Promotion uBreau of the National Y Council. These men are all well acquaint- ed with the situations, all over the world. Conditions in China and Mexico will be thoroughly discuss- ed by T. Z. Koo and Ondres Osuna men who have been closely allied with the work in these two coun tries and will have first hand in formation on the different phases and conditions prevalent. and their house-guests, Mr and -Irs. J. Black-wood Cameron, of Reading, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Flesh, Miss Elizabeth Allen, Mr. Robert Shipley, Harry Bell, and the host and hostess. f Club Meeting. The History Club met on Mon- day evening at the home of Miss ]lizabeth Motsctim-ari. Mrs. Harriet Reiter, in her well- prepared, paper on Indian Welfare, threatened areas by Gen. Green Wednesday said today. "The matter is imperative if we are to save lives. This work should start at once." Simultaneously. virtual martial law was put into effect in Green- Deland and Rolling Forks, Miss., to supervise evacuation and distribution ,of food and medical supplies. Final plans were made last even- ing for. the Friendship Hi-Y party which will be given this Friday evening at the Y. M. G. A. gym, for the students and faculty mem- bers of the Senior High School. This is an annual affair and always a most enjoyable one and all stu- dents are anxiously awaiting the fun. Tomorrow (Wednesday) after- noon at four o'clock at the Y. W. will be a meeting of all those Chairmen who were selected to re- present each Church .to make plans for1 Mother and iDaughter week which will be celebrated, May 8-15 Mrs. Henry Hessler, the General Chairman-wil Ibe there to conduct the meeting and plans will be dis- cussed for the different entertain- ments. All ladies on this commit- tee are urged to be present tomor- FOB FA Several members of the Spring creek Township Farm Bureau me last night at the Centralized schoo and appointed 14 committees, ening. at her home on Caldwell street. The- names--of musical ar tists and composers were given in answer to the roll call' and the first papers, of the Sketch of MacDowell's exceptionally well given by Miss Alice- Carrie Upton, followed by-a piano- solo, "Midsummer" by .MacDowell, 'beautifully played by Miss Helen Hetheringtqn. Miss Nancy' Simp- kinson, a young pianist of unusual promise, played two selections, "A Scotch Poem'-' and Mrs. John Meeker most charmingly sang a group of songs, their -titles including "The Robin Sings In the Apple "A Maid Sings Light and a Maid Sings "Desert- and, for an encore, "Thy Beaming Eyes." The musical pro- gram was completed by two lovely piano solos by Miss Margaret Koeg.-, ter, a Wandering Iceberg'1 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bose. ot .East North street, are the" prouj nnr- ents o! a baby daughter, hcr.xi Sun- Prosecution Placing Wit- nesses on Stand Against Pair. Courtroom, Long Island City, L. I., April relat- ing to the-alleged confession of Henry Judd Gray who with -Ruth :Snyder is accused of the. murder of Mrs. Snyder's husband opened of" ,Snyder-Gray triai; ;dharles' P. lietitenant and- the--last witness of was recalled. He had sai'd'. that in the early morning of March 22, two days after the- murder, he was. in' the day evening, and weighing eleven Jaihaica police sution. ij and three-quarters pounds.- The was there., He testified that w baby has been given the- name- of Gray of..a hardware Mrs. J. Clare Hughes' was the guest on Sunday of Miss Ella Neal in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Ray- in Troy on Sunday evening, where they were the guests.iat a' very de- lightful party given at th3- of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trapp, hon- oring Mrs, D. B. Weaver, of Day- ton. store N. and. had drawn a diagram to shbw'its lo- cation. The diagram was shown the police officer as court ad- journed last night. told various incidents of the in jus- and "Novelette." the exhibits in the Springcreek town- ship booth at the Miami County Fair this year. The Miami County Fair Board at a recent meeting adopted a score card by which the exhibits of the- different township booths will be judged. Prizes totaling on? hundred and fifty dollar's will be given to the townships making the best displays, the prizes will be awarded as follows: First, second, third, fourth, and 'fifth tice shown the Indian. A letter from Mrs. Sharon Mote on this subject, proving very interesting. The results of the schools estab- lished for the Indians were: Good living and good conditions produc- ed good Americans; Miss Mary Mitchell, in her us- ual charming manner discussed In. dian Music. She gave descriptions of their instruments, pecularities, etc. Several records were played to illustrate their music. Cadman's "Land of the Sky Blue Hop! Indian Snake Dance and "The Medicine Song" .by the Gla- cier Indians were much en- joyed. The Club will have a May Day Party May 16th at the home p.f Mrs. Harry .Martin. A short business session follow- ed the program, when the commit- tees for next year .announced. The program Mrs. James comnMttee will oe ASSOCIATION TO MEETTHURSDAY The .sch'eduled 'meeting of the newly" organized Civic; Improvement Mrs. T. T. Davis, of ment Association to have been held' arrived yesterday'for an indefinite at the C. A. tonight has been visit her sister, Mrs. O.-.-B.-j postponed. untii' Thrusday Sigler, of-.West.High street. Mrs. j according to notices sent out-yes- Davis has been in. N. Y, for' the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hewitt, were- guests Sunday of Hunter, Chairman, Tohn Hancock of Mrs. Leo Louis, Mrs. Walter Ide MrV .and and Miss Helen Koff. al committee include The music- Miss Carrie Upton, Chairman, Mrs. John Meek- er and Mrs. Willarcl Angle. inv'tations for Bridge Luncheon. Invitations have been, issued by Mrs. ,Lee Robbins, Mrs. Charles C. Proctor, Mrs. Arthur L. Red- mond and Mrs. J. Kline Funder- burg for a luncheon and bridge par- ty, to be given at one o'clock on Friday afternoon at the Elks Clu-b Rooms. Read and Use Call Want Ads. 1 row afternoon. The story of Cinderella has been traced to the account- of a girl name-a Rhodopis whose sandal was carried by the wind to the feet ot an Egyptian king, who offered a reword for-the owner, married her when she to claim the san- dal. Group Seven of the Presbyterian Women. The Women of Group Seven of the Presbyterian Church, under the leadership of Mrs. W. J. Brandon and ,Mrs. Lester Spencer, will meet at the home of Mrs. of Broadway, at Thursday after- noon. There is some important to taken up at this hospital sew- ing done, .so .every member of the Last Pre-Nuptial Affair for Ship- ley-Cross Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Spiker are having some of the guests who are bere for the Shipley-Cross wedding at a last pre-nuptial dinner this evening, while the young men ind women of the bridal party will drop in for an early buffet supper Daily Journal; Additional Personals on Page 3 NEW KANSAS TOWN CROWING UP NAMELESS, Plains, Kans., April new city is growing up on the Rock Is- land railroad tive -mlels' west of here, but it is nameless. Many .places in the .grain belt the expanseless praire is dot- ted with only a postpffice and ;a livestock pen are given such high sounding names as Coon Center and Possuum. Holblw, but no one .haa been Inspired to christen this rising where industries are thriving and up to date homes with hunning -water, are being built. Because there isn't, even a .signal on the hailroad the trains don't stopf materials for, "a lOQiOOO bushel" grain eleyator, under .cqn- terday by Secretary .Harry; tin." Decision to, postpone the.meeting until Thursday was made when it was learned that Logan Frazier, .president of the association would to President Frazier along with other, officers was named at a meet- ing last week and it is desired' to all the new officers present at the next meeting when some ac- tion is expected to be taken on.ten- ative city improvement plans. with Miss Ruth Rogers at half struction in the new town, .are be-: _ _ _ effort to be present. Ladles Crescent Bible CUss. ,a The Ladies 'Crescsnt Eibls Class of the First Christian Church will meet 011 Thursday afternoon with ter five. Euchre Party. Mrs.'E. E. Johnson-was .hdsteasi to a prettily arranged meeting ;of her euchre club on Saturday even- Ing at her borne on Cherry -street. The Interesting games resulted in tho prizes being awarded to Mrs. Alma Dankworth, Mrs. Ed Vance, Mrs. Charles' Maier at her home Mr. John Norrls and Louis Hiland.Lof St. Paul., ing mauled from. Plains by truck Citizens pi the new community have made ho moves toward creat- ing a, township; being satisfied to let ;the town coatiriue to grow .nameless. Malta the traditional 'jvielita of the New Testament, has issued postage stamp showing figmej Preservesyouttrfulcqtnptex- lons and keeps ttra hair at Its best Instantfy in the hardest water; ;

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