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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1959, Athens, Ohio Athens messenger monday eeb. 23, 1959 Pomeroy Meigs co. Raises nearly $1000 in heart fund drive on sunday Eroy almost $1000 was de in Middleport yesterday after raised in the heart sunday fund noon for the drive with the Buri drive in Pomeroy and Middleport Ness and professional on sunday afternoon with More club heading the to come from various communities of the county which will report on activities later. Mrs. Charles Mullen head of the drive in Meigs county reported that $515.75 had been Rais club other members Volunteer 4 . Women a activities there. Were joined by workers hid Ween term for the afternoon. Krueler mrs. Henry Werry mrs workers in the Community for Emerson Well mrs. Peon my the drive included mrs. George Hudson mrs. Bert Bodimer miss Sally Schaaf mrs. Boy Coles mrs Arnold Richards Mary Knight mrs. Charles Werry mrs Charles Persinger mrs. William Rinehart mrs Richard prances Winlaw mrs. Nettie Boyer and i and served As chairman of the drive for the flub and her Home on s third ave. Served As head Quad Al a Iii i a l haps proposal to Coiler sales i a Middle Phim having the Datum to the legislature counties collect and retain for budget message distribution the retail sates and a the reaction against such a utilities excise taxes suggested proposal has been terrific among by governor Michael Disalle the legislators among the 139 miss Jean Baumgardner mrs. Robert Buck miss april shas Teeri Ett mrs Harold 1/mg, mrs. I besides the other communities land Brown mrs. Arthur Strauss yet to report on activities yester mrs j. R. Neal mrs Nan Moore Day there Are More funds expect. Mrs. Kenneth Mck Lumney mrs. Cd in both Pomeroy and Middien Al i in Vale mrs. Guy Reynolds port from envelopes left at Homes mrs. Paul Haptonstall mrs. Tom where people were not at Home. Rue mrs Charlotte Perrin mrs mrs. Mullen extended thanks to William Slater mrs. Jomes liar workers and contributors who Ley mrs. I red Gibbs miss Mary helped with yesterdays Success Phillips mrs Horace Mcelhinny fun Dave the first Day report in miss Beverly Perrin Middleport and Pomeroy last mrs la b Forrest mrs. Wes year totalled $959.45 with this a in till a Middle would he a ridiculous unbound members of the House i done to financial do r to believe More than 50, Al the most counties stat rep would vote for such legislation a rep Mem Hart said that most of the legislators were a a amazed to read that the governor is studying and possibly considering recommending such action by the lawmakers. And mean most Ohio George a. Mem Hart port i asserted today. Disalle Tol l a newspaper press conference lie is studying tilts a a possibility a and that he might suggest it to the legislature. Ile said i might ire a Good idea for the stale to leave the collection of these revenues to local govern ments to pay for program now subsidized by the state a such a plan would he finance Aldisa serous to Meigs minty and to All other counties except the metropolitan areas a said rep Mem Hart a i believe Thi it a i Moi was talking to make headlines and that or can t possibly be plan Tong to milk Iii ii i rec oui men i Iti to Mil i i Hiday i do my port i he Middle port women a lire Dan temper Anre Muon will meet Friday at the Heath methodist Church at 7�?~30 . Hostesses for the affair will he mrs Marvin Kelly mrs. Ii la Bush mrs. Pauline Gallagher and mrs pester birr done to neglect slipping false Teeth Middleport personals do fur when in Len l in lev i ii la Ollk Uhm kit Oil v Iii Iiri Quot Fin his of hike Iii i Hue of i it a la it by i i Ouk. Cli us Cornum Iron hip or it in us to of Witiw i ii 11 unveil Mill Fin a monies in i up a in Kaut la Iii no non held i Ixia dry to a Pron Urpi in i i Riipa it Iii t if la 11 v net a liven it Onn Drut. F a a i urn v mini hip enl rot to forty gooey past v i mull or it Fly i i i. I la today it my f Ley Fry mrs Lewis saner jr., mrs Dwight Wallace mrs. Rodney Sauer mrs James Simpson miss Freddie Houdashelt mrs. Freda Welling mrs. A a sear Bery Roxie Oiler mrs. George mrs Oscar Hardaway mrs. Leo child mrs re Heo neutzling mrs. Roscoe l Ife mrs. Russell Lyons or Denver Rice mrs. Donald i Wiery mrs. Dale mourning mrs. John Werner mrs. R h. Pickens mrs Russell Mills mrs. Drin Smith mrs. June Roush and mrs. Emma Bland. In Pomeroy $t#>4 50 was collected yesterday by i he Beta Sigma Phi sorority anti other Volunteer or and mrs Jack of work it is we h Wroy nov Arlington were saturday visitors a a As it is for in Middleport they were called a. Afternoon mrs Pandora it Hen fit the hospitalization of Jan a chairman fir the cowl s aunt mrs Hannah my sorority Bride a patient a Meigs Gen resides sorority members oth Era Hospital mrs. Mcbride was it a worker included mrs nor injured in n fail at her Home in pert neutzling mrs Gerald Syracuse. Lowell pro Aseo former train master for the new York Central Railroad in Hobson and now a resident of Charleston w. Awas a business visitor Here sat inlay John Ketchka has been return cd Home from the Holder to pits in Gallipolis where he underwent an emergency appendectomy last sunday. Mrs David s Fanner and daughter i Arthur Skinner returned today from Dayton where they visited with or and mrs Dan Farmer and family Arthur Clark who is a student at Miami University spent the year simo.25 showing a gain Over the Observance last year mrs. Dutton Dies Sui inlay in Iii Llose Nilal mrs Kila my died late sat Meigs general she had been is for the past Mother or watch s sales and services Faith diamonds gifts be to for leu of Wallace s jewelry Middleport i the son Gib weekend with his Cedric w Clark c i Carson Bucyrus i gut St of in daughter and Iii Law i and mrs Wayne imps gout r Lewis of Racine is in Meigs general Hospital for of Ner vation and treatment Lewis is ii former resident of Middle putt and is the lather fit mrs Ben Phil son mrs Sharon Tom a who to a student at Ohio i Nivert Day spent tin weekend with Lur parents or and or Emerson Jones mrs Ray Mon Konkright and David were weekend visit von. In eat at the Black Angus dining room for i min ions food tastefully prepared Bob Evans Steak House Eastern ave Gallipolis a Springfield Hodon Harris the weekend or and mix or and mrs ors of relative or and mrs it of Columbus spent with their parents Quot m Glenn Csc and Robert Harris or k i Hamilton of Clesa up inc spent thursday Aud Tri i in of last week with her Daugh to and Soninlaw. Or and mrs or i Klein or. Edward Lewis of Cleve Hind arrived Nunda evening for a visit with or. My mrs. I Gardner mrs Lewis my Gardner Are Sisters or and mix Robert a and daughter of Ashland. Kiwi re the weekend guests of or Anil mrs Arnold haves and other hip Hayes family is from Ashland to Santa min to Rivil is Clurs topic Pomeroy the i Rush More memorial in the Black Hills was the topic saturday afternoon when file Grade of Liberty Chap tor of children of the american revolution met at the Home of mrs Pearl Lysell mull in try ave. Pre ending tit articles on the memorial which pays tribute to Lincoln Washington Jefferson Anil Theodore Roosevelt were Jennifer , Nella Bradford Ray Compton Ellen Dutton and Frank to Tut the group made Xii Fum ettes of Washington Ami first prize went to Hay Compton Ami Morton Titus won the second i ize refreshments were served to 14 members Ami two guests miss Compton and Jennifer Blakeslee five adults were present and in i Hided or Harold Lohead vis or i. Arthur Carpenter or. Everett Hayes mrs. James Titus and mrs la sell hosts for the meeting were r Winey Hysell Frank Nancy Morton and Tommy Titus Middleport lure Dutton 82, inlay night at Hospital where confined by ii inc month. Mrs Dutton was a member of Heath methodist Church and the afternoon Circle of live woman a society of Christian service of that Cli urch the Middleport literary club and the Evangeline chapter order of Eastern Star. She Way born in Harrisonville the daughter of the late Nathaniel and Harnett Readfield Mcclure. Mrs Dutton is survived by her husband Cadmus a son Dale operator of the Dutton drug store two daughters mrs. O b Eva Stout a teacher in the Pomeroy schools and mrs Jeorge Lucille fans a former Middleport teacher now teaching in the Columbus school system also surviving Are two grandchildren miss Barbara Stout and miss Ellen lint ton both of Middleport four Brothers and her parents preceded Lier in death. Funeral services will to conducted at 2 p in. Tuesday at the Rawlings Coats funeral ii o in e with the Rev Haymon Konkright pastor of Heath methodist Church officiating. Burial will lie in the Miles cemetery at Rutland friends May Call at the funeral Home at any time j my photo by Frank Kuchirchuk something in reserved three minutes after the phone rang at air operations naval air station Grosse Ile mich., near Detroit a Pilot and hoist operator took off in a helicopter. Seventeen minutes and 20 Miles later they were Over a Quot victim a stranded on ice. Down went the Arm swing on tile hoist and up came the shortly afterwards he was placed in a waiting ambulance at the base. It wee a Drill for helicopter Utility Squadron 731, composed of civilian men in the Reserve on two week Active training. They also train one weekend a month. The Moat important duty of a reservist is to be ready for any emergency. Central Presa j sewer permit is extended Middleport a a six month Extension of their permit to dump refuse into the Ohio River has been granted tile Village of Middleport David Miller councilman announced. According to the communication from the Ohio department of health the Council is to proceed with drawing up general plans to he approved by the department for the mandatory sewage disposal Plant Miller stated. The Village is also in the process of drawing up a loan for funds with which to pay the engineering firm which has been employed to draw up plans for the Plant. The firm is Floyd g. Brown and associates of Marion and was employed following a comprehensive study by Council members on the facilities and services of several engineering firms. Auxiliary to meet Middleport a the ladies auxiliary of Feeney Bennett Post 128, american legion will meet at the Post Hall tuesday evening mrs. Norman Wayland president said today. Liberty theatre Middleport Ohio now playing show starts at 7 . A the marauders in color with Dan Duryea and Jeff Richards selected Short subjects to Iii no Omen i i t a it it i ii i i i in \ ii i hours Pomeroy women of the Community Are becoming a first aids conscious according to the report on the new first Aid course being Given at Pomeroy City Hall in conjunction with the civil defense program. Of the 25 persons enrolled in the course 22 Are women. Teach my the class Are John Thomas my mayor Charles Legar Fred or Hayes i relative moving i Al this a cd save Gas new Points and spark plugs installed. Any make any Model Mullen Ohio service phone 9391 2nd ave. Middleport Mono of to is till Maili my i ii plan Lull pre eld the new evening w a be i Pomeroy plan or my hostess add during year were made Friday when the third i Riel a club met at the Home of mrs i Lelaud Lime mrs Henr it Reibl president in charge of v e meeting i ii members received birth Day wedding anniversary and \ Alcidine rift -. G one were play cd and prize awarded to mrs Grover l in. It Quot Ernest Rhodes i \ fever Sam hand or Ben neutzling refreshment were served at tin close of the Een my Bomi is i Ori i i l l o Pomeroy Jerry Hawk of to dict in lot felted a she Bond in the court of Meigs county judge i a act w Peoples Over the weekend when he failed to appear on Cital sex of interfering with a police officer filed by the department of sheriff Robert la a of Cuba cd released following ins Ai next on intoxication charges Wax Carroll White arrested by Village police old Ticer february special i Ali paint pan and roller $1.49 value with Purchase of 3 Gallons or More of paint in any color or combination. We gives amp a Green Stamps Cross hardware Bill Lewis owner phone 601 7-y 2nd ave. Middleport Middleport Bondmen ave concert Ai Silver Tea of band boosters Middleport a Light con rattle and Roll a Wert talks by the audience for tile most part Cert of toe tapping popular tunes Dallas on the work of the band Dallas stated that it is not his played Well by the. Mkt i port and the help that Parent can am Biljon a ,0 encourage every High school Bondsmen of George provide for hand students. Dallas highlighted a Silver Tea during his comments Dallas and member to go on to College staged at the Middleport auditor announced that the Bowling to study music but it is his Ambi my sunday afternoon by the Green University hand will a lion to teach them to appreciate Middleport band boosters Pear at the High school in the and enjoy music. He reported interspersing the Light numbers near future and also announced that the Middleport schools now which included pleasant Rendi the annual Spring concert for have beginners intermediate Lions of such selections As a Efu april 4 at the Middleport Audi Junior and senior hands and Combee you in my dreams a a Whis Tannin rented that he had been a very Pering and the More recent jump in his talk directed to parents pleased a with the Middleport tunes a a seventeen and a shake of hand members who made up hand during the past football sea son and especially so since Middleport is the smallest High school in the Southeastern Ohio league. Dallas urged parents to encourage their children at Home Pomeroy a a divorce suit Enterline of route 7 and struck and Tif Sod the importance of and a damage suit have been the taxi in which she was Riding. It a Pra Colre by band a Trident. Filed and two divorces have been the car driven by Laudermilt As commented that e iou Turanic in he me county a. Owned by full a Mcdaniel i1 a a la a 1 Quot St any a Quot a Slu con Ilea court who min my the vehicle to Lier f"1? it he a not been do Cour filing the suit for damages re husband Clarence Mcdaniel. Fast a of it it suiting from an aut Mohile Arch the plaintiff charges Laudermilt or Dey president of the Dent on route 7 on aug. 9, 1957, with negligence of operation. He Ders ur8ed parents of was Virginia Eastep Middleport filing a divorce suit was a �?Ti�1 Mem it rss beginning against Charles Laudermilt. Mid Unda a Smith Reedsville of i mph it 8t and to a Leport and Clarence Mcdaniel against Harold Smith of Colum a to i of i la or in ius 1 a barges Gross and hat Ujj p map Pas i he plaintiff is seeking 29 Noguit of duty and extreme Ier for a a members. He pointed for injuries loss of work and cruelty and seeks custody of one out Evora instruments in he medical expenses allegedly Eaux minor child band and the expense of the in n 1 a a a a Hoenl Stu Quot if a he court Vernon w Young liniments not Only in original Divot a a a Al Atajic suits filed court awards divorces to 2 that Laudermilt was the Driver of a car which crossed the Llloyd Mohilo \ Isil listed has been granted a divorce from Purchase Price but also in repair. I Ca k Young on charges of he announced several fort com Gross neglect of duty and the de ing projects of the association Fendell was granted custody of including the co sponsoring of the the couples minor child. In the annual big Bend minstrel which second divorce granted the Plain is scheduled to go into rehearsals Tiff Frances Jean took charged in Early March Charles Bernard Cook with Gross following the talk by Wiley a Pomeroy Hie nest visit of no Gnjec 0f duty and extreme Tea was held in the new school the mood Mobile unit to Pomeroy crudity in addition to the ii cafeteria. Committee members has been scheduled for monday Vorce she was granted custody for the Tea included mrs. James March 2, at the Junior High school of a minor child Daniels. Mrs. James Brewington auditorium James in of Brien prosecuting mrs. Michael Hackett . Mel it it ruin no in Swisher and mrs. Thomas hours for the visit will he attorney has filed a Nolle pros of r a from noon to h Quot 7 Roqui Mir in the of Alfred a Fowler chirped with forgery pane. Anderson and mrs Jack have pointed out that this will he am it a dint to the entry evidence Satt Ltd Flold male that a receiving an excellent Opportunity for any or insufficient to bring about not rom re and registering the ,. Guests was a committee compos one earing to donate mood for a conviction. Recart Wilson Cind moms it Jack Ahl Kut former middy port june Casey Maida Roush Judy resident who is now seriously ill a h Ifa it y4�?~4i Clark Loretta Hanning and col in California residents Are be invitation received Leen Wilton mrs. Carroll Swan was in charge of invitations my u git o n f n Makin in invitation to and Assis Teti at the registration Visil the unit to assist in making attend a St. Patrick a Dav meet table b la up the shortage in the quota Dur no a he \1t Moriah Baptist a a my the dec. 29 visit Church in Middleport on March Itie canteen will he served by 17 War it cemented when the Young the Star Grange Dexter with adult class of the first Baptist mrs Catherine Shenefield chair Church met Friday evening at Man assisting mrs Shenefield the Church. Will he mrs John Holliday mrs mrs Leroy Russhel president Edwin Nelson mrs Carl Shine a in re urge of the meeting Field mrs James Nicholson and the group discussed the Assoria mrs Anna Halliday. Tion meeting to he held on March 14 and the Young adult meeting released i Noer rond on March 15 the visitation pro Middleport a Wayne Jar Gram to Ive carried out by the Vin Cheshire was released in group this week was also plan Der $25 mid following his arrest nod and plans Wen made for pro on intoxication charges by mid Viding food for several needy Deport police officers Over the families at the close of the meet weekend chief of police Herbert refreshments were served Cis a i Isi s >1 Felting Chi Roii class to meet Middleport the Loyal Middleport a the Layal Berean class of the Middleport women a class of the Middleport Church of Christ will meet at Church of Christ will meet at the 7 30 tuesday evening at the Church at 7 30 thursday evening Church your family a health and appearance our Fine cleaning plus our tested Best Waler repellent process will keep your family s garments and you smart and dry. Treated fabrics stay wrinkle and Sod resistant longer. Bring in your Coats jackets and Snow suits today to get this Low Cost positive Protection. Robinson s launderers dry cleaners convenient pick up stations in Pomeroy and Middleport Williamson Oil in Pomeroy offers you Firestone tires Only Fireston with Long wearing Firestone rubber a gives you so Many More Safe driving Miles Dis grunted suitor Gois gunning a the wife of j hts musician Johnny Zorro was wounded critically and her Mother killed by a la grunted Nutter of the younger woman in a wild gun Battle in Glendale Calif. Victims were or Bona Par Raago top left3t. And her Mother or. Susan Jamerson. About t>0 Zorro whose Legal name i David Par Ronzzo la shown with son Page 4 police said the boy witnessed the gun Battle Between Robert Mason top right who leaped from a closet in the borne and no Pirazzo. Mason was believed wounded mrs Jamerson moved from Boston to protect her daughter from Mason who had criminally attacked the younger woman in i9.vx r s Pomeroy feature nationally advertised brands see Elberfeld and on Page 12 today a Assi she Smisl Quot Quot a site or ce6 propoh000 a Liberal Trade in allowance la Williamson Oil company Cor. Main 4 Butternut Pomeroy

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