Athens Messenger in Athens, Ohio
12 Aug 1940

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12 Aug 1940

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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - August 12, 1940, Athens, Ohio A taste test of but two 111 full cusses changed it cola Choice hundreds Are making this taste test discovery every Day. Royal Crown has won 9 out of to certified taste tests against leading Colas from coast to coast cola Best by taste test a product it next corp. cigarette has to be Milo. Camels Burn slower and give me extra mildness i like All those other extras in camels Joo a monday. Aug. 12, 1040= pair escape keel the Athens messenger Athens Ohio car ret Al abutment on route 7 serious injury As Auto crashes near Pomeroy v a a Page three or. Emma Cotterill is held by officer Pomeroy Pomeroy claimed to have created a disturbance saturday night in a local restaurant mrs. Striking a Bridge Emma Cotterill was taken into observe anniversary 350 attend wide sell into at Middleport abutment on route 7 Early Sun custody by Lora and a being held at the county jail pending an investigation. Dana Covert and David Napper were arrested by Deputy sheriffs Neal and Whitlock and were Day morning the automobile of Philip Killinger was completely demolished Killinger and a companion Willard Meier were Cut and bruised but not seriously injured. Other occupants of the car charged with driving while into i escaped serious injury. County officers stated sunday night that no official report of the Accident had been made. Rouslin reunion will be held on a Quot. 23-24 Pomeroy a annual reunion of the Roush and Allied families of America will be held in the Community building at new Haven w. Va., on aug. 23 and 24, it has been announced. Plans for the event Are being made by the association 1 w Illiam Holman. Racine youth officers who Are or. Dwight i. Who enrolled in the acc three Roush president Oscar e. Roush weeks ago and was sent to the no Abbors of Akron vice president and mrs. Camp at Zaleski was Given a med Frances Roush life of parkers ical discharge Friday and return Burg Secretary. I de Friday evening to his Home at rated. Also jailed saturday according to the jail blotter was j Paul Anderson who was picked up by Constable Harold it urk Worth for non payment of an old i Fine. Ira Fleming was jailed by j night patrolman Hysell and Constable Evans the charge not being noted on the jail blotter. A i transient who gave his name As i Chester dealers Haugh was picked up by local officers for i Vestiga i Tion. Pomeroy social notes or. Ani mrs. W. U Whaley Pomeroy scores of friends gathered sunday at the Roadside Park on route 33 to their respects to or. And mrs. W. L. Whaley who were celebrating their Golden wedding anniversary. Or and mrs. Whaley who reside at Darwin Are widely known throughout Meigs and adjoining counties. Members of the immediate families were present at the noon dinner. The afternoon was devoted to a reception for friends and Middleport a members of the local Church of Christ who have been successfully Quot slamming the summer slump Quot for the past two months yesterday had an attendance at their Bible school of 350. I Oyal Borean class had charge of the service and the Loyal Borean class and the Lxi. Women s class tied for first place or. In attendance each class having 51 members present. Howard Stover acted As superintendent and special music was presented by the mixed quartet. Charles Wilhurn. Mrs. Edgar Allensworth mrs Eleanor Souders and Homer i it e. Next sunday the i Oyne women will Hove charge of the sunday school. In the evening a Large congregation listened to Gerald rope principal and instructor of dra a Matics at Magad Cre High school whose subject was Quot a Little Earth i this was a special feature state in the adult month program. Sci lick big Loii nuptials held on saturday \ nut ii i injured it so int i Iii Pool Middleport a principals in quiet wedding saturday evening j were miss Ernestine Burton and Bort Reihel who exchanged marriage vows at the Home of the officiating minister the Rev. Don Mcmillin Palmer St. The j r miss Burton daughter of j and mrs. Ernest Burton Way wore a Navy Blue Tavvo ensemble with turban and i shoes. Her gloves and purse White and completing the was a shoulder Corsage of. Kenneth Griffith it fed Griffith was in of a swimming Pool i according to word ugh the sheriffs of a Griffith received a of undetermined Schwa taken to the Ohio heeling Wim y afternoon i. Further is expected Racine news notes red rosebuds. She is a graduate of Middleport High school class of 1934. Rebel son of or. And mrs. Reihel of Pomeroy is a the of the Pomeroy High class of 1931, he is now g with Tufe Bellefontaine net Ion co., As bookkeeper on is county Road project at its. Was ashamed of bad complexion or. Roush the president was i Racine. It will be remembered until last week located in Rutland he left there last monday to take Over a practice at Continental Sea Lions require about 30 pounds of fish daily to keep them in Good health. That the Young Man made application for service in the Navy and was rejected because of a recent operation. Gilbert Gyp weeks Middleport kerrs sunday evening of mrs. D. B Racine mrs. Anthony Schaefer daughters Patricia and Jean of Youngstown and miss Rita Duffy Pomeroy were luncheon guests of mrs. A. J. Schaefer and daughter Gloria tuesday. Anthony Schaefer of Youngstown and Frank Schaefer of co dinner guests i Home in the West after a visit with j Lumbus were guests of or. And and mrs. Reihel Are at Home Sandusky o., Consul at Salt Middleport social notes probate Lour news indo China is mentioned it newspapers in Tokio As a i strange american official clearly Active for the purpose of Sprink Ling cold water on Japan indo China his brother William Curtis Leah mrs. A. J. Schaefer wednesday. Run is at it again following his Hartinger were or. And mrs. J. I or in Pittsfield. Mass., was met in or. And mrs. Junior Stewart and Pomeroy recent matters probate court included the follow Piketon and Washington county and mrs. Hartinger Are going to i bringing his total for the season Athens today w Here they will be id the fair s at Wellton and that fuss of or an 1 or in rank brother. William Garber who is a i 2,111. Or we. U. Murphy. From Thoro. Or. And employed Thoro. Sunday hey at St. T i or. Thomaa will co to Bellevue Lenwod a Hall came at Cincinnati i he estate of Hiram French annual custom of attending coun e. D. Hartinger and or. And mrs. Columbus by his Cousin. Miss Jean daughter Carol of Belle w. A. U1 h Bertha Oliver is adminis 11 mdp11< a Tion to fairs. Last week he went to William b. Thomas. The Thomases Mcmaster and miss Jean Mckay. I who Are spending their vacation matrix found exempt from in miss Ruth Garber spent the with relatives in Pomeroy and her Tanco tax ill of Lennon week end in Columbus with her j Racine accompanied by or. Stew Brown. Jato of Salisbury township try s parents or. And mrs. Waiter Stewart spent the week end wit it game at Cincinnati. I his brother and Slviter in Law or. It a a _ _. Or and mrs. Sidney Russell and and mrs. Paul Stewart and other 1 Cousin the Rev. Jerry Caunter k Donna Rufh and Myrna j i Rector of the episcopal Church. Werc Lueata ast weak of or it and mrs. Frank Simms at Crooksville or Surg w to five attend Zaiesv her of the Salisbury township 0hjo near Datoni where the Pirn Board of trustees and is president of the county association of trus tees. Or. And mrs. Lige Vine St., Racine were in Gallipolis Friday to visit their so they will be godparents for his child who will be christened this week. Mrs. R. R. Cummins and until Friday the guest of Rill of Cannonsburg pa., Are the miss Helen Wood having Boon approved and allowed Hazel Humphrey and Humphrey the executrix and executor named in the will were duly appointed. Estates of Fannie b. Varian and Saxine met arty of Park Luo a Baile were found not subject to inheritance tax. Ceased was admitted to probate in tie subscribing witnesses being H. Stewart and Dorothy Dillard. Of the american surety company of new York a writ of citation was ordered against Mary la. Bridgeman executrix of the estate of Carl y. Edward Bridgeman deceased requiring her to file an account of her administration. I relatives at Clarksburg w. A. V ii Mintier i ii i a 11 va., spent from wed estate of Minter Kennedy decoys the birth of a daughter sunday. Who has a Ltd a administrator appeared in morning at 9 30 at tile Home of Hospital recuperating from an a friends and neighbors of miss in a Brownell ave. Mrs. Ihle and spent the last three weeks at the a ourt and made complaint in writ mrs. Daniels parents. Or. And Alva Williams who is at Holzer observes birthday guests of or. And mrs. Clarence i mrs. Stella Weaver Pendic itis operation. They report Laura Mckay both Here and at de that his condition is Satis fac Portsmouth called yesterday after mrs. Cummins Are of her son in Law and Daugh Ink a Kinst Forrest Jones suspect mrs. Will Thomas of Minersville. Austin Ball of Nelsonville came Pri or. And mrs. Orville Brown pm having unlawfully withheld the Bab weighed eight and tin tory he had the operation tues noon at the Home of her sister in sunday for a Short visit with or at Keno spent from wednesday Ltd am assets of the deceased. It Quarter pounds at birth. She to Day following a two weeks period Law mrs. A. W. Mckay where and mrs. Thomas Longstaff. Of illness. Miss Bess Sullivan. It. Pleasant and action the she has been a guest to offer con. Lake fishing is ail right in the grat lations and Best wishes on aunt of mrs. C. O. Fisher cattier meeting which was held at opinion of Herman Scholi porn her seventy fifth birthday. Miss it no Hennery and Janet Hecox a methodist Church thursday prov business Man. Who returned Mckay the sister of the late a. W. Companies the t. Until sunday at her Home in a Quot is order that Jones appear be been named Diana Ruth. The nth pioneers the fore the court for examination. Or grandparents Are or. And in will of Millen j. Hamilton de George Daniels of Pomeroy. Mrs. Gladys skiers it. Vernon. Ohio a ays Quot my complexion looked so Dull Muddy and full of pimples that i was a homed of it but a Short course of Vendol relieved my constr potion then my skin cleared up and looks As healthy and smooth As of you suffer from upset stomach a. Urnes belching Quot heartburn no nervous you can to sleep bilious be headaches spots before your eyes bad complexion pains in your arms shoulders Back or limbs and symptoms when they Are due to constipation or need of a mild kidney Dill retie take Vendol and see How quickly this alkaline extract of roots and herbs will give Relief. All Over this hate reliable citizens Bra praising Vendol so Why done to you get this same Relief too All druggist Here sell in Del and in highly by Athen charms by 7 it Hurt St., snit in Brno Neville by lilt Knoll drug . Hilta. Fety amp a li69a/uxlt Fisher family to Friday night after a week at Mckay a been a guest Here since Buckeye Lake for a week. Grand rapids Mich. Rholl told of her removal from the Holzer hos mrs. Hilah Mcallister of Barb catch int too Nerch with everybody pit Al where she underwent an Operton is spending two weeks with in la parity Puhn tout fish even a ration to her Eye recently. Flow her sister mrs Henry Henna a the children. But the bigger fish pro and a handkerchief Shower and other relatives. Friday they. Imp were in the Small Inland lakes he were presented miss Mckay who a a a nod a fish Fry a1 great Bend. Who hasp bran living Nhav s declared. He was accompanied on Repp Ved 1hp Rall Pps in a Clapk or and mrs 1 Arl h 011 a of sgt racer Homp Corner of fourth the Michigan trip by his wife and Phi of a no of pm a dress with touch rus who Are in Camp there were d 1 a children and mrs Edward is of Shpur White at we to a Quot a the hosts. A a. _ Quot f any to i be mrs. Arthur Honaker. Racine r d., returned Home wednesday after spending the last several Days with relatives at Gauley Bridge and red House w. In. Or. And mrs. Raymond Radcliff children and mrs. Edward Lohn. Another news note pertaining to fishing is related in a recent item Throat. I preceding the informal mrs. Kate Straughn of Charles open ton spent the week end we my or. Home of or. Radcliff Mother mrs. Sylvia Radcliff at Mckenzie Ridge. L Enar re a a his he use was a family dinner at one and mrs. William Robson and los. _ a a in a Norfolk va., newspaper. This we Jpn rovers Warp and Fop Ervin or. And mrs. W. B. Cross. Or tells of. Party of four men Ratch Cav. Miss Jean Mckay my 13 fish. The number of fish or 8nd r e Mckay Chi. a variety of Bass was not so great. Dpn Robin find Beth and re w. Mckay. But the 13 weighed 400 pounds one of the fishermen was Earl Hartley former Pomeroy resident Middleport personals now located in Washington C Barney Compton Hertha Jesse and is Eupr Carnahan or. And mrs Curt Carnahan mrs. Harry Sham or. And is. Earl Sham i James Simpson Are enjoying several Days stay at the Compton farm at Langsville. Mrs. Fred Shain mrs. Mattie Cir guests of or. Ard mrs. William up and Mother mrs. V. L. Mot Garber this week were or. Anri a son Asp Gaul and or. And mrs. 200 font 7%�. A pc amp a amp i of Fatm flak 20 a Dpi amp fit ii and we a a Fri ult a amp of j2v4a my a Afore soul Doto Iti a. Or. And mrs. Fred Sisson who mrs s m Hunter and three Francis Morris were among those miss Thelma Riffle Racine r have been the guests of mrs. Sis daughter of akrnr1i and miss Ann of Racine who attended the fun do a is in St. Josephs Hospital at son s parents or. And mrs. James cry a of Colum but a a of whom of mrs. Clara Hill at or Parkersburg where she was taken Stevens and assisted in the Cele for an appendicitis operation. Ration of their Golden wedding an four churches United sunday for Niv Ersary have returned to their an All Day picnic at will a Grove Home in Chicago. Their son. Wil these were the churches of Christ Ham remained for a longer visit of Bradbury Bradford Dexter and with his grandparents. Rutland. The program opened at miss Bettyjo Roush who re-10 of Elora sunday morning and gently moved to Charleston with continued through the afternoon. Her parents a Basket dinner was served noon. Have returned to their Homes. Or. And mrs. Walter Brown of Columbus and miss Martha Wells. Of Cleveland were the guests of friends yesterday in route to great Bend where they attended a family dinner at the Home of Rupert Theiss. They were former ii a a a Kirk Quot and los d0,"n1 resident of Middleport. It i inn Roush has been the guest of mrs Char la a Milton friends Here and at Gallipolis last who spent the week end with her or. And mrs. C. E. W. Downie a ppm. She attended i he Jitterbug Pink of. And org it Thomas Lonoff. End or. And mrs. T. A. Downie. Dinner party at the Mary Jane Lincoln Hill spent sunday at Coffee Shoppe Friday night. Pleasantville where they were g. E. Bradbury son Charles guests of mrs. T. A. Downies and a b. Wise jr., spent h Day in Columbus on business. Bill Horden of Columbus son of ends or. And mrs. Albert Beck. Staff of Columbus returned sunday accompanied by her daughter Daune Joan who will be the Kenzie Ridge thursday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Ray Elliott of Nel Sonville mrs. Frank Gaul daughter Opal and grandson Dickie of Chester spent tuesday the guest of mrs. Gauls son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Jake Gaul and family. Trubie Mayes of Hockingport visited with friends in Racine thursday. He was accompanied or me by his daughter miss wild who had spent the last two weeks the guest of miss Marion Simpson. Mrs. Oliver Wilson and Niece nehi bottling company Middleport Ohio phone i i 7 restaurant renamed Days. Clyde Baker or. And mrs. Cecil Horden came a. ,.__,.saturday for a visit with his Affer 20 years apr Virpi is now maw Pomeroy name of the pome he re tuve c Horden an rated w Ith or. And mrs. Neal Roy business place purchased from guest of her Mother for several miss Laura Johnson of Racine r. D. Spent thursday the guest of who recently re Mim Johnson a brother and sister or. And mrs. Howard Johnson miss Frances Shain and sister which one is a murderer the Pierotti family by Tom Leif Fye Hudren and mrs it Fishers Heil has been changed from Steeple patents or and mrs. A it a dil. Mayor and mrs. C. O. Fisher and nfi11�?� / Hirni in hot 11,1 miss Ethel Racine r Spent Ria in Viii thursday the guest of Myrtle and Wright and Myrv Jack s place to Idle hour restaurant. The place of business is being enlarged the floor space being about doubled by use of the rear Isonville Road. Miss Marguerite,.a to i i Harry haves of Parkersburg came lard will spend this week at Buck sat Dav for a visit with or. And Eye Lake where they have rented a cottage. Or. And mrs. Claude Vance have Section of the. Main St. Build returned to their Home in Marion ing which it occupies. After a weeks visit with or. And leaves Hospital mrs. Roy Barnes s. Third ave. Or. Hayes returned sunday evening miss Wright remaining for the week. Charles Walburn local musician ,. Spent sunday afternoon at wills Jack Hartley of Charleston it. To. Grove and Hemlock Grove where k Rina finn sat or Lav nah after a weeks visit with or mrs. Chappell Talbott. Middleport he conducted the singing at the her Home on Ash St. Saturday. Mrs. Martha Bryant remains in a critical condition at her Home on Locust St. Mrs. William Huggins 6 s. Court St. Fred Sanders mgr. Is assisting in her care. The City Login and guaranty company spent Friday and saturday with mrs. William his Grandfather Albert Hartley i Eastep who has been a patient at Locust St. Or Quot Holzer Hospital was returned to visit with his grandparents or. A visit. R j t i mrs. K. P. Nolan has returned Donald Lesher can Friday for a of her Home in w. A. Of and mrs. C. B. Smith n. Second. T m Mont Howell. Ave. Or. Lesher the son of or. And mrs. Miles Lesher Edith Mcmaster who is in route to his with her sister mrs. Titi Fly waivers a he topped his league in pitching last year get the a a extras with slower burning camels extra mildness extra coolness extra flavor a in recent Laboratory tests camels burned 25% slower than the average of the 15 other of the largest Selling brands tested slower than any of them. That Means on the average a smoking plus equal to 5 extra smokes per pack the cigarette of costlier tobaccos i or. And mrs. H. L. Rodcay spent Friday with mrs. Redcay a brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Russell Rice. Gene Rice who has been the guest of relatives in Pittsburgh returned to his Home a with his Uncle and aunt with whom he visited a few Mabel Hysoil who has. Vv1 Pach in the col been enjoying a weeks vacation Nursery school a part of the from the Miller store returned to go a ment of i id welfare and her Home sunday. She was a com ,1pn,. One of the most outpaced by her Nephew and Niece is apartments in the i not r e try states. Mary Shain. Miss Helen smart returned to Columbus wednesday after spend my the last Len Days with her grandparents or. And mrs. W. K. Smart. W. H. Reeder of Athens spent thursday the guest of his brother inlaw and sister or. And mrs. Henry Roush. Enjoying a visit Here before going to Kirkwood miss., where he will direct a pageant. Mrs. Lenore Hobart Kent and son Michael Are leaving this evening for Manhattan kas., where mrs. Kent will be located for the Winter. Having completed her course at Ohio University this june where she received her master s degree mrs. Kent will he a member of the faculty of Kansas stale or. And mrs. William Seipel and two sons who joined their parents or. And mrs. George for it pm. And mrs. Herbert Fink and family and or. And mrs. Owen Fink and family for a picnic at the Roadside Park. Mrs. Owen Fink returned the last of the week from Gallipolis where she was the guest of her parents or. And mrs. Thomas Boggs. So Knirr a Bai or Kral he talk the state of Ohio Athens county. Common a Leas court Case no. 17cau Nora Whaley gun. Of l. R. Baker an incompetent. Plaintiff. Is. Dora m. Phillips it a1., defendants. In pursuance of an order of Sale in the above entitled action. I Clarence Howell of Richmond. Or a Tor Sale at Public auction at to to. The East door of the court House in inn., has been the guest of Lei Athens in the above named county lives Here the past week. During i on wednesday the 14th Day of a Liis stay he accompanied his sister mrs. Frank Mccoy to Glouster where they were the guests of mrs. Mccoy a son in Law and daughter j township to wit or. And mrs. Roger Kittle. Mrs. Kittle and son Michael returned gust 1940, at 1 80 of clock i. M., the following described real estate situate in the county of Athens anti state of Ohio and in the Waterloo no. Situate in the Village of Marshfield also known As new Marshfield in j,., the county of Athens and state of i with them and were joined by or. Ohto to wit being the East one half Kittle sunday. They were dinner guests of or. And mrs. Harris returning to Glouster sunday evening. I or. And mrs. J. K. Smith jr., came the last of the week for a visit with or. Smiths parents of s. Sixth ave. Or. Smith a representative of the John b. Rogers jco., of Fostoria has recently finished business in Milwaukee and is attorney. Of in got number fifty six 56 in Gordon Village of Marshfield also known As new Marshfield. Said premises located on it. 56. New Marshfield Ohio. Said premises appraised at 11,5001 and cannot be sold for less than two thirds of that amount. Terms of Sale Cash in hand on Day of Sale. Charles Bayless. Sheriff of Athens county Ohio., m d Hughes 1-15-40 sow an amazing Story of a perfect beginning today on Page 4 in the messenger

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