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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1927, Zanesville, Ohio Your Cash Reserve is your first line of defense against ad- unemployment the proach of age It should be available when required It should also be A 4 ft Savings Account with THE NATIONAL the best possible cash reserve OVER THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL FIRST NATIONAL BANK ZANESVILLE OHIO Card Party Planned by Sunburst Club Surprise Masquerade en at Long Home of the events of the sewon was given day afternoon Mrs Howard I Mercer and Mrs Ben E were at a prettily ed bridge luncheon The affair was I held at the Young Women's Association on North Sixth street The three-course of Cleary secretary of food was served on long had centerpieces and Scotch heather Following luncheon the ladles ad- to the lounge where the hours were spent with Autumn leaves and late fall were used advantageously in the dec- orations Twelve were ed at bridge Mrs W H of Columbus was an out-of-town guest Friday afternoon the same esses will entertain at a similar affair also at the T W C A have been to guests for this party which gives promise of being equally as ing With the return of County C J Crossland from abroad was made Wednesday ih Benefit Planned The members of the Sunburst club are planning a benefit card to bo given at the Young Women's Christian Association Friday evening I Nov 18 Reba Gobel is man on arrangements Tickets for this affair can be secured at the of- fico of the Y W or from members of A large attendance is de- the club i sired Party 5.15 of the Future November 3 BULLS ARE AND PRICES BOOSTED WHILE BEARS GROWL beef cows low 0 ms fat lambs 0.000 bulk fat TO Prices Up 1 to 5 Points in Favorites Entire Market is Bullish as Rule A glimpse into tne aeronautical future Is provided by this picture of an Army upon the roof of the Newport News Va high school the first descent of the kind ever accomplished After ing maU and passengers it again ascended and droned away P ST JAMES CHU WIS Pi S The tirst parochial eral years at the St church will start Sunday MAY BE 1 PROTECTED WHEN Tonopah Nov ling to a story being over- the grapevine circuit Nevada j lug men will ask the next suture to pass e tow prohibiting the silling of badgers and that tie morning ition of such a statute will b3 New York Nov brisk closing rally proved to be an advertisement for the lock market and buying demand swept the whole board at tlie of trading today 1 5 In the null U 8 Steel In of low Hi cue were ly 4 Union Gaji a 14 nnd American 18 in the oil tended reports that excellent is being to bring crude oil under production under control in the and West Texas Corporation was of the though comparatively little ground was covered lit the latest move interests in the stock are reported to have trapped a large short Inter- est all the way 55 to the ent price of I The rails were Inactive but strong with Southern Frisco common New York Central and In the lead stocks General Signal Baldwin and Lima Locomotive also followed the trend were steady and money per cent Liberty 2nd 414 Liberty Treasury 4 4 Treasury Treasury EEI county grange members who are planning to attend tho with the Rev Walter E opposed by ranchers and sloner of New in charge of Love and God is the i services which will badger is a natural gold An attractive masquerade wae 13 the has iv keen scent for the held at the borne Mr and Mrs j plans have been made and I when eighteen in costume hours were sic and refreshments were Sunday afternoon at J In the waxed n lively tht hf md ut the huur On the the victorious and of of the ami 1 to 3 at the expense op of the STOCKS at 2 p Co tional convention Cleveland this i Cii Kl served at a late hour A the at- the best costume was awarded to Florence the ft month will travel to Cleveland on No certified to that body since the last three mouths ago iThe outstanding case to como be- lore the grand jury la that of the against Don White federal who Is charged with with intent to wound in with the shooting of Seth jBrown Sealover recti three other hostess to Embroidery club at her home on and is expected to arrive in Cleveland Orive The hours u a m The special will leave to and dainty re- u f n t- Cleveland at 12 o'clock the same night Mr Marshall stated the trip fare for convention visitors was were served lit the close the Silver Star Club j Various Granges in the county ore Thc members of the Silver Star I MIC i UlVi n sending delegates aad considerable club were interest Is being In ing at dry agents raided his over the coming on w readings Rev was fcrmcrlv noie anq it as on Locomotive a Shakespearian actor crest of Black Mammoth hill Power Light Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock ior high school and Wednesday he will address the Kiwanis at Its weekly meeting at the zenc hotel p The of Rev ad Sunday Nov y will speak at Zanesville the that bleak November on a to rest and fUl as he eye caught the glitter of j of an old Christ's Analysis of Human p m What is the Purpose oil Several thousand dollars worth Your m Does the lieve in Steel Foundry Sugar Kenning Tel Tel Woolen Int Corp Copper Goods 147 40 22 50 47 Delegates and entertained Tuesday g p m is nie e home of Mrs Maggie Uble Nov 9 Woodlawn avenue The time p m What We nil Need and was spent in music ami games De- May Cci It p.m Service Women 13 1.1 JL Hi 1 r f Monday Nov 7 yellow metal was taken Srom rr e church home rnd a wild Ohio Tuesday who haa been act ing prosecutor in the absence of Atty will assist in the of the cases -I PEP MEETING WILL OFFICERS ENJOY DINNER fl AT HOTEL ROGGE ij A 6 o'clock dinner will be enjoyed evening at the Rogge the board of governors of the Radio club will Bobert S Van Cleave of Cleveland noted radio authority who will be the principal speaker at the open ing of the club to be held at the school The officers of the club include Sink president A P Rogge vice president Owen Davis treasurer nnd Scott Power publicity manager H E BE HELD AT HIGH rr SCHOOL ON Birthday Party Mr Mrs R Loney en- at a family dinner party evening at their home on l West avenue in honor of birthday ol their A special assembly will be called Bt o'clock Friday morning at the Lash senior high school by Principal Cleary and the session will be used p in What SRS OFFICIALS HOLD Pi Dry bo n tit or 33 04 25 tallow Truck Sheet S- Tube v Cat at 2 u rane rn X S May 1 Dec Mar Mar May Dee Mar 82 H 89 Vi 48 50 99 50 U 89 H market higher good 48 4 50 i May CHICAGO tubs Creamery M extra pac firsts 37 f 3rd 41.4 4th 100.00 104.00 1111.15 HIM 106.24 101.28 Nov t I firsts new fc 21 2 Americas 2 brick 1 Cars Cleveland Extra 51 52 extra firsts firsts animal oils lower grades state new roosters springers ducks 1 2.25 Baldwins lloman Beauty bu Grapes Home grown Concord halt hu Cranberries barrel grown 12 00 bu a ton grown sweet H H 1.50 basket Globe H 2.00 basket ol 2 doz OIL Pennsylvania grade crude York Transit Company lines district oil russets MVR STO market in holdovers 5.60 600 11.00 fat iambs cuU lambs SI bulk fat Company lines sylvania grade oil In Southwest Pennsylvania Pipe lines grado oil In Buckeye HUT IN DEATH SOON COMPLET Tonopah Nevada Nov Bunion dollar at ipe Line Company lines Penn grade oil in Eureka crude in Eureka pipe lines Gael scheme ft lighted was a feature of the table i tlom aa a pep meeting for the Marietta football game which is Ui be played at Mark athletic Saturday Current Club A representative hoy and girl from the student body by the assembly committee or which Mte For Young Men and Beys i the Universal Judgment Cure n Coin in One Day Laxative BROMO Tablets The -Safe and Proven Thomas cf ilio union denied particular significance IHO Mil St Mil -St Paul ii Hallowe'en decorations were used Wednesday evening when the bers of the Current Review club and husbands were entertained at Tbe First and Original CoW and Grip Tablet of GLOW Grove Mice Smith is the home ol Mr and Mrs Maurice the assembly and speak in regard cf Lenox avenue The THARP CASE TO RE Has POT TJ A T r C lor A UA A the box New York B ment that Columbia the Boosters committee which recently elected were devoted to bridge i tables being employed nt the game HEARD Although the hearing in i a permanent enabling piny was or g DIVISION MEETING AT MADDEN HOME John Madden will be Buker of the club will to the members of Mrs be present BANQUET OF C C L FRIDAY EVENING ion of the Central Presbyterian church Friday afternoon at her home 1036 avenue The Ing is announced to start at Bridge Party jof Mrs Russell who v rieti In this city Monday wa the fan was gel fins ut Van Pour were employed home of Mrs Frank on plo avenue when the members of the Conventional Arts club enjoyed one of their social meetings autumn flower's were used city Monday was night used a uled for Thursday c Judge Lammeck the Icn and was Dy followed clown the airway i ft A un 11 L bridge Wednesday afternoon at probate cour the was set up day in order that the pertaining WO TAN OF by the j XT rl was iu ii Libia AN b Preparations arc for the first banquet and get-together of the four circles of the Child Con- League of America which Will bo held Friday evening at the Toung Woman's Christian tion The brinquet will be served at 0 o'clock and will be under the di- rection of Miss secretary oJ food administration of the Y W Mrs Del Packer will give Mrs H M Mrs Ernest Klein Mrs J C and Mrs Herbert Mercer A good attendance or members is desired Members of the Dorm club were en- Mrs Harry D nnd Mrs Herbert Jones were guests of the club Church Party The annual Hallowe'en party for fci v 1 kl W V t V with an excellent program S the of the church school of up be comp The girl Tuesday a charge of Cincinnati O Nov S filed against her by her Miller widow wa- n NICARAGUA n TO XT rv fP nf r IS NOT COIN r icr slain In their home Washington Nov Mrs Miller Managua nearly a the not verdict niter four hove been hours deliberation night klUed In a fresh clafli with U S 1st pdl i Co church f 1 principal address of tne evening with I eono with Mrs an Gels Rt piano led at their weekly meeting nt the Y M evening at the C A Wednesday Musical irh honfe About entertainment was provided by Miss nut he program being planned were present to enjoy the Rnd music that had b of th V Nov 3 Motors Si Co OoM Dust Asphalt Oil 104 10714 54 89 54 H 81 U 1 4 ISO 20 4 74 1 SI H 71 W 53 1C CO Krade In pipe lines Somerset grade in Pipe lines nnd Krade oil It Cumberland Pipe Company lines Lime In- liana Princeton 57 Plymouth Watcr- oo Canada LOCAL LIVESTOCK Prices Corrected Daily CO noes Prime fancy hoes to 200 Ibs ao Fancy butchers 200 to 240 Ibs Good butchers 250 O 300 Ibs Smooth young sows under IDS Heavy sows 350 and up 7.50 Heavy and rough market Scotty's ranch In Grapevine yon at end of Death Val wearing completion with sans busily on the jol cording to E R Thompson th lor Albert Jof the Chicago insurance magnate Top fat lambs jlk fat lambs bulk cull lambs bulk fat owes Cood SOO to Ihs heifers COO to Ibs Good 800 to 1.200 Ibs Medium cows 600 Ibs up 8.00 supplies the funds for un ing the ultimate object of wl still an unsolved mystery The roofs for this desert ma of architectural are read the tiling and artists irr ed from Europe are nt work ca redwood blocks Ior the interior orations Twenty Indians are ployed to do the common labor is said to Ue the most artistic j inp range ever built has arrive This rantre said Engineer Th son will be bunked up wit tiling so none ol the steel worl be visible What is it all Many question Both Scotty and Jol declare it is not a scheme and triut it Is not as n tourist winter resort arc just trying to make selves says Scofty been provided by the committee to follow the dinner Covers will Del itl tor about seventy include members of View Putnam Terrace and meeting of the P L E jmd S the seitson were served Brighton circles of the league oud tho members of the Mothers Circle of Market Street Baptist church who be nt her home on Maple been invited to attend l TARTY AT Miss Osborne of bead avenue entertained with a party Monday evening at the home or her parents Mr and club haa been postponed until evening d ol which Carl Christman ent of the church school was man Refreshments In Keeping with late in the ov total of f en chafes of I the prohibition Jaws Ind Oil November 14 when Miss Edna Evani Cl the charge at from Pansy White at In Thursday morning before William in CHIT-CHAT and Raymond have re- Miss Marie Mill will be hostess to tho or her bridge club Thursday evening at her home on Findley avenue This is a special meeting of the club at which time of London will be present ana will read the palms w taj y I will and contest and re- Mrs the night at the Thursday evening a ca rocm wlu be the her Mrs Cora of the of the club Jour IT W C A Mrs Wray if en wtU at bridge Huntington W Vn to her Osborne of-Avondaie The m a week's visit with in keeping vrith the L were served at a late hour Bridge Club CHURCH SUITER i The E H B class of the First will serve ft soup and pie supper at the church on South Sixth street Saturday p of Market Mr S Serving hours are announced friends in 4 until o'clock and the of is solicited Mr and Mrs Eoss of Wheeling W Va arc guests here at Announcement has been made me ot daughter and Mr and H p er of Van street birth of n son V Mr and Mrs of Linden avenue nt the Bethesda hospital VISITOR Charles of the Henry of New YorK was a In Zanesville Thursday PRANCE AND U S AGREE ON TARIFF and the United Sates have reached a eral agreement on all the major points at issue in tariff it was announced at the state department today Only a few minor points remain to be adjusted before France is fied that the United States is ready John S Somes of New York was a to negotiate a new treaty and these business visitor In this city probably will be cleared up in a few Kansas City Southern i Tlic body of John Key a former of this JudRe 111 i i White was fined 825 and were Thomoson alley Frosh Leader day DUKC Leader contest for unique position In world today would never have happened taken my I constantly bad that tired out Med with aick by of Id laxative hu of in vMm Mrs w M Campbell of who is a guest here of her daughter Mrs William Heck of Eureka street is confined to tho borne with Illness Mrs Berths Miller of Pleasant ley was a recent Zanesville shopper Kirs F H Thompson has returned to her home at Ess t Fulton ham after a brief visit in this city r j C A Waymin of Columbus In i the city Wednesday attending to ot business Announcement made of the birth of a daughter to Mr and Tille ot The baby WM born at the Mr le principal of tlM South Jacob of in here by the serious of Mra I A 1 Ralph to haa returned to Akron after a mower at TOWNSHIP SCHOOL HAS GOOD RECORD An of 98 per cent for the month of 300 per cent for the month of October Is the record for the Black Diamond scheol in Harrison township The following pupils have perfect attendance records for the two Herman Boetcher Charles am Thomas Norma James Clarence and Richard Kibble Doris Powelson teacher The Ohio Brokerage Cp of biM suit against berg doing at tee People's Meat Market here in common piens court to 1327.76 due FREE MOVIES Two of pur Gang conned and a two reel are oa the program at weekly free for of the boys department of the T M C A at i Ward States Oil The body of Mrs Nellie Benedict M K T died at Good Pacific taa hospital Wednesday night will from the Dean horns to her late home nt 9 V f Friday rooming Funeral will be there Saturday H and interment will be i there desiring to view Co j body are requested to call nt the Dean ic Funeral home before IP j tle 2614 215 J S 75 33 vt KTi 24 53 100 10 Motors m Peto B 1 j l t iT of Mrs Fred street win be conducted nt ic n Ref a church at 2 o clock Saturday afternoon and ial will be made in Greenwood Twenty-two ft Trod Service X J Radio Corp Iron Steel Soars Sinclair Cons FOREIGNERS PUT PROFIT BACK fi COFFE Moscow Nov co apparently convinced o stability of the Soviet surplus profits in Soviet nd of sending the money I More than of the internal ionn cf been subscribed by private firm business in Eussia oa a co basis The A o Hammer company American pencil pen concession bought of industrial Prints tulis Pa bends with a return Ohio per cent and iff all Hennery 00 per cent because of the lottery fresh current turc with the Issue 6 -S of boncls hn been lipht y concessionaires and m chicks tie sum was given by individual turkeys men who spend much I time in Russia Vegetables Tomatoes n friend of In got the first concession gn and probably thp most lucrative bulls 600 Ihs up Bologna cows 250 Ibs up 1.00 veal Choice veal Pat sheep lambs common veal Good butchers to 300 Ibs Nov Pit cabbage 1.25 bbl MVB STOCK Cleveland O Nov market top 10.25 Ibs W 10.25 Ibs SO 130 Ibs packing sows calves rattle and calves steady Hulk Beef steers 57.25 beef cows low cutter ami cutter cows group wss ir Mr of and comforts e stolen Twin the hotel day by a a young mnn woman The couple drove a touring car and runcie their escape i Police are investigating the matter Southern Calif Edison Standard OH of X do Calif Stores 401 32 A Big Shot gets some attention anywhere he goes Bven if he a college freshman Take the rue of Fidel La Barba retired undefeated champion He is n it Stanford now a green hat one at that M you can see In the picture Gaa Electric 1 Co heavy calves 12.00 Iambs strong to higher steady Top fat lambs julk fat bulk fat s bulk feeding CHICAGO STOCK Chicago Nov market higher top heavy liKht weicht 10.25 riR sows pigs holdovers 6.000 11.000 market steady market steady Beef and choice common and medium cows hulls SI steers steers rows and ers Western Cattle Beef steers cows and heifers }6.50ftll.50 market medium and choice lambs culls and common yearlings common and choice ewes feeder lambs Re- though not the largest The com intends exporting pens and the United States with a good cl of underselling American firms cause of production in Rt Its expansion program calls foi manufacture of pens first factory of its kind in a cox where the fountain pen Tha annual death toll from i mobile accidents is Deeds Farm to Coolidge Pacific Bwy Products SH NORWICH MEET meet evening at 7 o'clock for the Timken Holler of electing officers On oil Cal Norwich grange will r 112 grange institute There was a timid H you Union Dale r Ward B knock at the 42 10 Ko Isd the frosh in the of the hayse she with Ithe Journal LIVE STOCK Toledo 0 Nov h heavies mediums heavy Yorkers Yorkers mixed piss roughs Receipts market steady mostly calves Former state Senator Luke MVB STOCK Cincinnati CX 1 HORR holdover 857 market steady Bulk Receipts veal yearling steers be ecu soil hia farm 1 or give It conditions has deeded tha to Secretary L Secretory Hoover Secretary dine Senator James A Reed Sit and Pat Harrison tive Pints and Ba former president of the United of the farm pay could if ho the farming used by Ha mont
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