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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - August 12, 1940, Athens, Ohio Page two Nelsonville High a a the Athens messenger Athens Ohio a band gives one hour concert at school grounds monday. Aug. 12, 1g40 0.1. Student is Illust conductor Nelsonville a the Nel on vice High school bunt under direction of Harold i favor presented a one hour concert at the Central school ground saturday night aug. To. Donald Sander a student at Ohio University was guest conductor. The concert one of several presented Thia year was claimed by the audience to have been the Hest. Although the hand this year is comprised mostly of Young students weekly practice session have been held and the organization of getting in shape for the resuming of school activities in september and especially for the opening of the football season then the Flash of Brilliant glue uniforms advancing Down the Field will signify to sport fans in the stadium that the band ii Back on the Job. Next saturday aug. It at 2 o clock p. In the Buchtel York High school band will present a concert on the Public Square in Nelsonville. I i ii Sll Phi j i v a funeral is Perry Colegro who died sat a Spital in Colu i liner i i Neilson Vii ,1.1 vices for mrs. Nelsonville fit. A Day at mercy m bus will be held tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock at the Pilgrim holiness Church in Nelsonville and will he conducted by the Rev. Lloyd Evans pastor of the presbyterian Church. Burial will be at Greenlawn. Horned doming scheduled ill to i is. Sept. I jobs a Ming unday Diperte it Ivl Ted to Fob annual Home held at the Church a Large crowd i end. The Public is Nelsonville social notes boy Seoul entertains cd b member of the m. A club were entertained Friday evening at the Home of mrs. Betty we termite near new Straits Ville. After the business meeting the club presented mrs. Minnie Scott with a birthday gift. Contests were enjoyed and prize were won by or. Mildred Frank and mrs. Genevieve unitary. At a late hour the hostess assisted by her two Sisters or Lillian Young and mrs Gertrude Ray served a two course luncheon to 13 members guest. A i is planned aug 23. And and mrs. John Wooten entertained Ith a party Given in Honor of or father Charles March on his Ith birthday. Monday evening be Cream and cake were served a or. And mrs. Morris Dupler and Alldren of Murray City or. And irs. gears and sons John Charles daughter Joy mrs. Waiter in Barger or. J and mrs. John Woolen son Bobby,1 and the honoured guests. Or. And mrs Mart Kanode or. And mrs. James Hannah or. And or. Rolland Hannah recently visited or. And mrs. Joshua Matheny. Or. And mrs Lee Denny spent sunday with i twin brother Lon and one i Denny at Colten. A a Btu i five Hundred attend hag raising service at Glouster or e a. Hanson of Ohio a a Dler i diversity is i in Dpi speaker. Reunion held Glouster the Flag raising Glouster a the Twenty Sev service held in Trimble at 7 o clock a nah annual bunion of the South sunday evening sponsored by the and wry of a was held at Village of Trimble with the amen a Anra Der Jar grounds Sun a can legion assisting proved very the it four Winf families were inspiring. Eugene Hammond a a int for the occasion mayor gave the greeting in which or and mrs a Charles bar he stated the purpose of the eve Daught a by Tiv it or it and mrs. Bert Ninga a program and introduced or. Carroll Roy Roberts c. F. Danford commander of Juanita Moore or. And mrs. Frank Mccann Post of the Ameri-1 cd of Orr Batcher and children or. Can legion As master of Cere and in to t Gary and children monies. Mist Joyce Judson Charles Wak the stage improvised on a Floater and mrs earn Dainesi or. Decorated in red Whit and Blue. And mrs bu1 Daina it Zickl Dains and the Public address system Connie Stevens Juanita Della kindly furnished by c. F. Wallace of in Nain a and Shirlev Dales. Or. Of Glouster aided in enabling the and mra Gilbert Hooper All nil j and theater party j or. And mrs Bill Mack in son the next meeting i Billy miss Dorothy Garner Dwight Sisson of Millfield were _ j monday evening visitor of or. Or i attend Rei Mon and mrs. Clarence Garner. A a a r. Reich. Miss Ruth Reich i a number of people from Here Max Hoskins or. And mrs Walter j attender Church at Sharpsburg. A sperm Mer t be of or r her Morrison Judson and Marguerite i us stay evening Bere Rev. And air defenders Drill in Michigan fifteen bomb Era of the a flying fortress Type Fly Over self which All scout and leaders Are Morrison Sally Humphrey and mrs. Watt Walker Are engaged in ,. Tiu i. J # a ii r i a required to attend will be held to and mrs. Phil Koch All of a revival meeting. Ride ,1d much in army Man Euvera to teat defense strength. Flight of 15 fighter planes in night at the West school from 7 3b 1 Nelsonville Joe Reich and sons or. And mrs. James Powell son hear is attempting to intercept bombers to s of clock. Scoutmaster mender Thomas and Joe or Elmer liar Jimmy spent thursday and Friday a request All scout who expert to Vry and Kenneth Filibert or. relatives in i Caster. I audience to enjoy the following program music through the Courtesy of a. L. Morrison. Kearns band of Jacksonville invocation Rev. Sam else of the methodist Church Solo a god bless America Quot by miss Bernard Danford with Columbus misses Frances and Rachel South or. And mrs. Hubert Thompson Anderson ind. Or. And mrs. Harold Wyeth and son Harmon of Pleasantville or. And mrs Willie Martin also of Pleasantville Quot continue their service in this proof to attend this meeting. The regular week summer Camp of troop 66. And other local scouts will be held next week beginning sunday aug. 18, at old Many a Cave state Park. In the past this troop has camped at this site on several occasions. Beside scout of troop 66. Members of other local troops have been invited to join in this Camp. Scoutmaster Wilbur d. Mender and troop committee chairman Roy Tomlinson will head Camp staff. All scouts planning to attend mrs. Hunt and son Johnny Jack i mrs. Henry Johnson is visiting Weiss or. And mrs. Fred Snyder relatives at East Liverpool. And daughters Helen and Margery miss Joy gears is visiting her Opal Reller or. And mrs. Law aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. Wal rence Daft and daughters mar Jar Shaw in Logan. Tha Virginia Grace Betty and Vir-1 mrs. Dave Campbell sons Leon Glia Sickles ail of Columbus or. Ard and Donald Gene visited her and mrs. J. A. Baker Plain City or. And mrs. Clint brickle. Or. And mrs. Joe Erbland and daughters. Mary to and Helen. Margery Joan Leta Norma and Jay brickle All of Fostoria were in Columbus yesterday attending the Reich reunion at the Home of or. And mrs. Wesley Baker. This Camp must receive physical examinations. Applications a it be announce engagement secured from the scoutmaster. J announcement has been made of j parents or. And mrs. William Brooks at Murray City thursday. Or. And mrs. Lee Denny were recent visitors at Bremen. Prayer meeting was held at the Church Friday night with mrs. Nellie Campbell in charge. . Fauna Matheny visited or. And mrs. Joshua Matheny at , thursday. Or. And mrs. Arthur Webster sen Charles of Senecaville mrs. Scouts and leaders of troop 66 it lip engagement and approaching v 7 m a. Lord to or shown fir Tow i or. . Rohr Hurh a a a Quot a Ltd Mabr la Quot to t t i now Straits Ville my a us an Conover both or j1/il.1�?o"i hiked full Al returning Early saturday morning sunday Wilbur d. Mender c. Roy Tomlinson. Don Lancaster. And James Sterling drove to Crane hollow located near cockles hoi lotto select and Clear a site for a a re o the troop 66 week Camp which will he held aug. 18-25. Explorer scouts will meet tuesday night at 7 30 West school building i by. I it .u.jmrs. Millard Hayes of new town Norwood o. Or. Rod hush is the j a. A a a a . And mrs. Milton Campbell and a or Quot and known o Murray City War recant visitors of mrs. Dave Campbell. Or. And mrs. Millard Garner former Well Ville residents. They will live in son Sonny mis. James Garner of Toledo were recent visitors of their parents or. And mrs. George Garner or. James Garner also visited her son Jack who is Mut i funeral Shower Given Friday evening neighbors and o clock at a the entertained at a miscellaneous Shower honouring or. And mrs. Jack Huffner. . Clarence sanding i vacation Here. Monks and mrs. James Ceope arc. A gears who is employed at Haydenville is visiting his parti a cents or. And mrs. Elmer gears. Nelsonville a or. And mrs. Walter Morrison mrs. Charlesd we. I Siy Refl lev. Mr., rent by tic and Kontner. Or. Thclma i by a it Eft that win prove very Starkey mrs. Josie Baugh mrs in new Bonne. Maud Barron Roy Barron mrs a refreshment Couise closet 10clbiisrhtor Rio Rita were recent u r xxx Quot a xxvi. Harrold t a Davis and even no mrs. Carl Partlow ath of uglier Alo Ana it Riem for a. And mrs Hyla Harrold l. A. In Avis Ann in visitors at Marion. Miss Iva Jeanne Torch ladies Aid society has meeting piano accompaniment by mrs. Ada or. And mrs. E. Starbuck of Frances Brunton the Flag was West Virginia or and mrs. T. W. Then unfurled Over the City Hall Stanley and daughters of Colum Rev. And mrs. Watt Walker Indian evangelist who recently held a revival meeting Here was visiting friends Here monday evening. Or. And mrs. Don Mohney shortest Way Home the longest Way a round is the shortest Way j. H. Neave of London. German invasion Redmon heu in Shay the annual reunion of the Cope White returned Home with them of Norway left them stranded in the War zone Only a normally after spending several weeks with Short voyage from England. They fled to Stockholm Sweden relatives there. Travelled across Russia and the Pacific. They Are pictured with miss Betty Jane Garner was in their four months old baby As they arrived in san Francisco Reese Davis attended the funeral 0 we of mrs. A Freer held saturday j guest afternoon at East Liberty o. . Freer Steid suddenly wed morality he it in at p, City Friday. We a h will to new York and across the quantic sincaster sunday. In attendance Rev. W. E. Bancroft was a Bual _ a were or. And mrs. George Cope j Ness visitor Here Friday. Return and resume i pastoral Imp in James Cope and _ t announce birth duties the Middle of the week. By. Or. And mrs. James Patton or. And mrs. Edwin Johnson Nelsonville or. And mrs. And son. John. Or. And mrs. De Nelsonville attorney a a dip orman Hall Ashton ave., Are die Johnson and son. Junior or. John p. Kelso who pure has announcing the birth of an 8 1-2 or. Freer a Supply pastor at the Nelsonville Church of Christ will Alf Xiv Holt to hit goes to Cleveland Albany r. D. In or. And mrs. Berton Elliott and son Jimmie of Blanchester spent the week end with the former a parents or. And mrs. Lee Elliott. Or. And mrs. Elmer Gould of Athens were recent guests of or. _ a a and mrs. Arthur Lieuellen. I and mrs. George Barnhart Coluni or. And mrs. Edwin Knowlton i bus or. And mrs. I it nil Tierce and family of Croton Ohio spent the week end with or. And mrs Kelson in Inch Home Glouster John Bryson left sunday for Cleveland where he has in Onmi a a a _ _ accepted a position with the Wool and mrs Roy Cope or. And mrs residence on Pound son Friday aug. 9. He has Worth company. John is the son of or. And mrs. E. K. Bryson of this City. He is a graduate of this year s High school class being outstand Austin Cope or and mrs. Ken w a Lumbus St., two months ago Boon named George Thomas no the Cope and daughter Sharon. Moved into their new Home Satur grandparents Are or. And mrs. . Cora Tigner Donna Jean Day. Tie property has been com Goorge d. Hall and or. And mrs. Mallon and Edwin Cope All of ple Toly remodeler and modernized Charles t. Moe this City. Nelsonville. Or. And mrs. Blaine or Quot Quot a mrs. Kelso formerly occupied the Vorhes property on Vav. Cope and daughter Sherreen or. Washington St. Give Benefit tuesday and daughter Barbara Zanesville Nelsonville a the Junior or. And mrs. Watson Cope and order will give a Benefit party fined by mayor Nelsonville a John Barron this City and William Koontz Columbus arraigned in the court of mayor c. G. Dew sunday on in and mrs Wor-1 daughter Margie Longstroth or. Tuesday aug. 13, in the . Tox cation complaints pleaded Guil John West and mr.---------. Lev West. Inert Morfi Henry Cope and family mrs. Vada Olnear of parkers and miss Helen shots new Burg is visiting relatives Here. J Philadelphia or. And or. G. Vvs. Collins were sunday guests of or. And mrs. A s. Collins of Union Ridge and attended All Day services at Boring Chapel Church. . Mamie Turner and miss Sarah Louise Dickson of Youngstown Are visiting their parents i or. And mrs. James Dickson. Rev. Black is holding revival services at Temple m. E. Church. J Rev. Melvin Mitchell of Athens is i assisting him. Or. And mrs. Lee Elliott. Or. And mrs. Berton Elliott and son j of Blanchester or. And mrs. Fred Elliott or. And mrs. Guy win a Gett and family and Carl Johnson attended the Elliott reunion sunday at old Man s Cave. . Mary Arbaugh and two Horup from the Charr Langton Hospit daughters have returned to their Al Jan. Home in Columbus after a visit with her parents or and mrs. Arch Arbaugh. . Vera Knowlton is spend ing a few Days with her Mother. Hall at 8 o clock. Benefit postponed Nelsonville a the Benefit crab Trees ret is party sponsored by the past coun or. And mrs Crabtree and Pillors has been postponed until i daughter Dianne Are expected to next monday evening j arrive at their Home Here tuesday. Quot crabby a Veteran outfielder for the Rochester red wings who was forced to resign the manager a ship of this International league leading team because of a major operation at a Rochester Hospital in june must remain inactive for the remainder of the season. He and his family will occupy their heme on w. Washington St. And the daughter Dianne will enter school Here in september. To and each was fined $5 and costs. Redmon Scheib led Nelsonville the Lent an ing in school activities. Until his departure he was employed by the Easley and Bulloch company. Guild has Outing Glouster a More than thirty members of the Catholic action Guild enjoyed a Day s Outing at Zaleski sunday. The group left by car sunday morning. At noon a sumptuous Basket dinner was Nual reunion will be held at rising served. Boating and swimming Park Lancaster sunday August were enjoyed until sunday evening 25. When the return trip was made. Nelsonville personals mrs. Lonnie Adams and Little daughter have returned to their mrs. Lee Tewksbury who is suffering from blood poisoning in her hand. Time card Baltimore a Ohio tit bound to. 4 diploma dully i 41 a in no. 44 Dily except Sun it uyt ill 0� a in. No. La dally________13 4# . No. 3 National limited 8 43 . Weal bound i National limited Dally 3 at a m no no. 3 Diplomat Dally no. 43 Dally except sunday no. 39 Dally except monday to. La Dally Chesapeake a Ohio to. Joar of vet Delly except miss Frances Scott is spending the week at Camp Sykes. Or. And mrs. Albert bather mrs. Ralph Barber mrs. Margaret Chute and Little daughter Are enjoying the w Eek at Bucke get i Ako. Or. And mrs. A. Shockley and or. And mrs. De Dewhurst attended a Home coming at Pine Grove w. Va., sunday. Miss Louise Magre miss Gladys Kinneer of Bessmer Road and i mrs. Charles Breinig of Athens have returned to their Homes of a r170�p 10 Hocking county is Perter spending the past week in new haps Best known and in some York City and at the worlds fair. I ways most spectacular. Other Points of interest visited in a Hocking county Parks concluded radio City a boat ride on. ,. Sos a the Hudson to West Point China Astol a number of areas Al close 18 town and Coney Island. I t0 sch other and convenient to j a miss Beth Verity returned Sun j the town of Logan. In these Parks Day after a weeks \ Isit in Pitts nature has performed some of her Burg. . George Bennoman and state Hocking county Parks though by no Means the largest of the state Forest Parks the to. 37 leaves Dally except for a visit sunday North bound__8 35 pm or and new York Central South j Dally except sunday_12 09 .,. 4 daily ___j.,8 a Jujj guests of or. And mrs. De Cranmer. York Central North a miss Rosemary Snackenberg has 3 daily except sunday ii of a m. Returned after a week s visit at # daily �?-------------7 34 Summitt station the guest of mrs. Air plane services Athens Aikaw ats f Cut Ras Horrih. . Horeb a Leav. Athena to connect with Twa a her Columbus _ ,.keastbound la 3c a a 140 p a 8 00 . Friday evening Here to. To. Be no. Greatest miracles. Wind and weather have created vast spec mrs. Clyde Cranmer i ocular caverns millions of years Columbus were saturday evening Home and spent westbound 10 80 a in 2 ii pro 4 of pm. Also connections can to Modo at Pittsburgh. . Gaye Pairan this City is in Columbus for observation and old and which were used by indians Long before the White Man came to Ohio. The Hocking Region was Indian country and some of the great chiefs of the Ohio tribes found their favorite territory in this Section. Here they found caves which were refuges from storm read made Hominy holes in which the treatment and possible operation. I squaws could grind their Corn Salt scenery in the state than is to be Parks for their food and according to legend Silver and Lead for their ornaments. Most spectacular of the natural attractions in the Hocking Parks Are Rock House old Many a Cave Ash Cave Cedar Falls and Cantwell Cliffs. Each of these show s the work of nature in its most interesting and surprising form. In addition there Are great forests of a wide variety of Trees and shrubs extensive hiking trails and Well regulated and ample facilities for camping. Facilities for picnicking tables benches and stoves Are available for those who enjoy an outdoor meal. Rangers Are maintained in the Parks by the Ohio division of forestry. Conveniently located near the Center of the state the Hocking county Parks have attracted increasing thousands of tourists nature lovers and picnickers. There is perhaps no grander Torch a the methodist Church indies Aid society held its monthly meeting with a picnic supper wednesday afternoon at Howells Grove. The members were accompanied by their families who enjoyed the afternoon and picnic supper. Or. And mrs. Harry Runnion and son Junior local and or. And mrs. I. A. Person Pomeroy attended Church and sunday school at Vienna w. Va., sunday and were dinner guests of mrs. L. Wiseman. Or. And mrs. A. A. Blackburn and or. And mrs. Clifford Dixon and daughter accompanied by mrs. Gertrude Davis of Little Hocking attended the tent meeting sunday at Coopers Grove w. A. Or. And mrs. Dana Hysell and son Pomeroy r. D. Or. And mrs. George Brooks and daughter Rosemary Coolville were dinner guests sunday of or. And mrs. Leo Johnson. Callers in the afternoon were mrs Clara Daugherty and granddaughter miss Bettie Arnold Parkersburg and mrs. William Mowery local. . Fanny Dewees returned Home monday from Washington d. C., accompanied by her grandson Bobbie Dewees. Or. And mrs. J. L. Fankhouser Parkersburg were dinner guests. Sunday at the Home of his sister mrs. Bort Baldwin. . M. E. Webster and daughter Thelma accompanied by mrs Eva Wilson and son Clair left wednesday for Albany ga., to visit Raymond Wilson and family. They expect to travel on to the Atlantic coast before returning Home. Sidney Brown who has spent some time at the Home of mrs. Fanny Dewees left wednesday morning for his Home at Paintsville by. . Goldie Gladwell is spending several Days with mrs. Mattie Gladwell Little Hocking. R. D. Or. And mrs. O. J. Bowermaster and daughter Nelda of Huntington w. Va., were saturday callers at the Home of or. And mrs. M. E. Webster. . Webster accompanied them to Kingwood w. Va., where they enjoyed a picnic dinner and later called on relatives. . Jane Klinder and son John of Erie. Pa., mrs. Sarah Parr miss Lena Parr toppers Plains and miss Nella Parr of Chester called on friends Here saturday afternoon. Callers at the Home of or. And mrs. Thomas Dunfee sunday were mrs. I Aura Hayes Middletown her brother. Archie Dunfee Athens and Rev. E. B. Dean Coolville. Or. And mrs. Harry Runnion and or. And mrs. Bernard Brewster were at Parkersburg recently. . Fanny Romine who was brought Home from the sheltering arms Hospital sunday is not much improved. Canter hostess Glouster mrs. Edith Canter served ice Cream and cake to the following at her Home in Bishopville Friday evening or. And mrs. Mackie Wallace and children Bessie Mae Freda Harold. Floyd and Ray Carol Fulton. Florence Del Contino William Petitt Harvey South Billy Smith Darol Mason de South and Juanita and Ralph Canter. Announce birth Lathrop or. And mrs. Hoyt Driggs Marjorie Frash Are announcing the birth of a seven Pound daughter named Donna Jean. Grandparents Are or and mrs. Blaine Driggs Lathrop and or. And mrs. Arthur Frash. Cirrus Clouds always found at very High altitudes Are formed of ice particles. With mayor Hammond officiating while the band played a the Star spangled Banner Quot a Banner of Beauty by a Quartetti composed at will Wallace. Alfred Morris. F. Wallace and c. F. Danford. Or. Danford next introduced the evening speaker or. E. A. Hansen of Ohio University and himself a world War Veteran. The theme of his address was what will you give to democracy a or. Hansen spoke with Fervour on present Day issues stressing As the two fundamental Basic principles of democracy first the definite belief in the worthwhile Ness of the individual and second the belief in the willingness and ability of each person to participate in government. The speaker commended highly the Community spirit which prompted the patriotic ceremony and emphasized the importance of thinking during peace times As Well As during War of our debt to democracy. In his closing thought or. Hansen recalled to mind the theme of miss Danford s Solo a god bless America Quot he spoke of having no fear for the future if we As americans improve our economic conditions and Foster patriotism through such impressive sources in All communities. Frank Mccann Post had charge of the Flag lowering ceremony with Furniss Dew of Columbus acting As bugler in sounding Retreat and the Call to the colors. The audience stood in silence for thirty seconds in Honor of those who have fallen in defense of the Flag. Taps were sounded As a fitting close to the occasion. A crowd of approximately 500 was in attendance. Representatives were noted from Columbus Athens Glouster Hollister Amesville and Bishopville. Bus or. And mrs. Leonard Whittington and daughter mrs. Fiorina Wyeth. Baltimore or. And mrs Scott Wyeth and children Steven Scott jr., Helen and Ruth of new Plymouth mrs. Bertha Anthony mrs. Sarah Anthony or. And in. E. Weller of Basil or. And mrs. Darrel Hooper children Melvin Arilla Mae Bettyj mrs Daisy Chesser and grandson Earl or. And mrs. Rupert Chesser or. And mrs. Paul Chesser and son Paul jr., of Athens Harvey South de South John Murphy mrs. Edith Canter and Chil Dren Juanita Ralph or. And mrs John Hooper of Glouster or. And mrs. Earl Lott of Pataskala Rosa Jim and Joe Burgoon of Basil or. And mrs. Will South children Rowena Faustena Delma Clifford or. And mrs. Norval South of to a Arthur or. And mrs. Martin ii Cote and children Merril and Richard or. And mrs. Ralph Dozer of Londonderry or. And mrs. Fred Bishop and children Eileen Maradell and Charles of Hillsdale Mich. Or and mrs. Will h. Kell daughter Della mrs. Della Kell of Dayton or. And mrs. Clarence bar Kenneth Mccolley Fred Chilicote Marie Westenfelder of Lancaster or. And mrs. Edison Greggs and mrs. Frank Anthony. Or. And mrs. Robert jessamine of Louisville and or. And mrs. George Tilley and son Lary of Marion. Gateway to Village nearing completion Glouster work on the approaches to Glouster at its Southern Boundary of corporation is nearly completed. Two attractive Stone pillars have been erected making a Gateway to the town. The pillars stand about eight feet High. Two Bronze name plates will be placed in the pillars and the whole Gateway will be lighted up at night. The project was sponsored by the Glouster kiwanis club in conjunction with the town itself. The labor was furnished by the corporation while the material for the approaches was provided by the kiwanis club. It is hoped that a similar project at the Northern Boundary of town May be rushed to completion. Kittle Auto parts defeat Modoc 18-12 Glouster a the Kittle Auto parts softball team Defeated Modoc by the score of 18 to 12 in a bang up game played half in darkness Friday evening to go into a tie with the Catholic Guild for first place in the City softball league. The standings for the teams Are As follows teams won lost Kittle a Auto parts 5 i Catholic action Guild 5 City Hall gang 2 2 Little Italy 2 2 High school __________1 4 Modoc 0 i any team desiring games is asked to write h. Sweeney at Glouster. Squad of Glouster Ridders answer Call Glouster a approximately 35 boys turned out for the meeting of prospective football players held at the High school sunday afternoon. Coach Don Greider was Down from his Home in Tippecanoe City for the meeting. During this week the boys themselves will be responsible for their practices and lumbering up activities on the Field. Coach Greider Hopes to Start regular practice on monday aug. 19. Two practices will be held daily. Notice of appointment notice u hereby Given that Ann Petri Mcvay of r de. No. I amens Ohio has been duly appointed it the estate of Bertha Mcvay deceased late of Albany Athens county. Ohio. Creditors Are required to file their claims with said fiduciary within four months or be forever barred. Dated this 35th Day of july 1940 Francis d. Whit probate judge of said county 1-39-4 Jot w Glouster social notes or. And mrs. Kermit Blosser and daughter Caryl Ann of Columbus Are spending from thursday until wednesday with mrs. Blosser a parents or. And mrs. Alfred Howard. Or. And mrs. E. Smith and son Donald visited with relative in Columbus last w Eek. Or. And mrs. Albert Zimmer had As their guest Over the weekend their son Jack of Elyria. Miss Carol Fulton of greens run has been visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Mackie Wallace of Glouster. F or. And mrs. George Golding and children Barnett and Jessie Maria of Columbus were week end visitors of mrs. James Golding. Miss Beulah Bennett left Friday for new Philadelphia where she will remain until monday. # the misses Dorcas and Maxine Burns returned to Columbus sunday evening after spending the past week in Glouster As the guests of their Mother mrs. Mary Burns. Or. And mrs. Robert Eddy and daughter of Columbus were visit ors at the Emmett Eddy Home Over sunday. Or. And mrs. Charles Faire of Dayton were the guests of Rev. And mrs. F. G. Boroff and or. And mrs. Earl Faires Over tha week end. Bobby Boroff also of Dayton who came to Glouster with them remained for an extended visit with his grandparents. William Miller of Cleveland visited with relative and friends in Glouster and Jacksonville Over the week end. Sunday guests at the Home of or. And mrs. J. V. Yaw were or. And mrs. W. S. Yaw of Middletown or. And mrs. Ira Mitchel of Columbus or. And mrs. O. Yaw and daughter Chloe of Athens. And Jim Carey of Mcconnelsville. Or. And mrs. Harry Swart and son Elton moved from their Home. In Maplewood last week to the Lent property on new Street re a gently vacated by the Laskey family. The Swart property in Maplewood has been purchased by or. And mrs. Leo Westfall who plan to make their Home there. Committee called # Glouster members of the committee in charge of the Community picnic Are asked by mayor Thomas Williams to meet in his office this evening at 8 of clock. It is important that every member a be present. A demand White loaf j flour a Quality flour you la like. Bears Seal of proved Pual order from your grocer or Ine f. J. Beasley co

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