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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Athens, Ohio Page two the Athens messenger. Athens. Ohio monday May s. In Twilight baseball season opens tonight at Nelsonville playground Buchtel plays Greys in first Loop contest schedule for clean up fir Nick a up _. But a. It cd a a a truck today is Given by woman Garden club Nelsonville a Ward one Caole a Alley w. Columbian and w. Washington St., Madison and Adams and w. Franklin sis., and District 29, Are Busy today get second Ward. Nelsonville a the Twilight league season will open in Nelsonville tonight at the City pay the clean up truck ground at 5 30 of clock. Every sum i this part of Nelsonville has Immer for Many year this league proved greatly in recent year has entertained thousands of Baw and today s clean up will be a Ball Lover and Fri year la sex predated by All these Home Loving petted to be better. J Cit Irene. No regular admission will be j tuesday charged for games played at the City playground but it is up to the fan to support the program by donating what they wish. This year the mayor a appointed the allowing men on the baseball commission All of whom Are interested in baseball Dewey Whyte. Gilbert Smith Jim Barrows George Garner and Alonzo Fuggins. The commission states that Flo per week la the running expense of the league for balls care of the playing Field and pay of the Umpire. This week a special ticket i on Sale for 10c for All three games. Tel crossing bats with the Nelsonville Greys. Buchtel is presenting a new team of younger players this season and the Grey also have a new line up. Mayor c. G. Dew. Service director f. G. Houri. Police chief Bateman patrolman James Ope and several other of the City official family have promised to be on hand for the opener. Nelsonville social notes mob. Noeth Hoster mrs. Ells North was hostess to the hah club Friday evening. Following a 6 of clock dinner game were enjoyed by the member. Or. Amy Howe and or. Myrle Stewart were prize Winner. Member present were or. Mayme Coleman. Or. Amy Howe or. Myrle Stewart or. Tulle Hall Elsae Hannah Evans Beth Verity and Hazel rouser. Way to Frisby Victory 11-10.Nelsonville a two Athens Ting trash to the curb ready teams of boys 20 years and under played a practice game sunday at the City playground her. The Carbondale team was managed by Wiley Frt Aby and the Nelsonville team by Dewey Whyte. Carbondale emerged the Winner 11-10. This was the first time this season the boys have gone the full rout of nine innings and they All looked Good according to the Fana. Many errors were chalked up against both team indicating a need for practice. There a a Good crowd present to Watne the contest. Smokey Garner Young 17-year-old Pitcher for Nelsonville went the full Gam and looked very Good. A allowed nine hit but they were Well scattered. Nine error were charged to i teammates. Bumgardner and Riley caught for the local. Barber the Southpaw Pitcher for Carbondale Alto performed creditably with a Well balanced team behind him. Nelsonville player will meet for practice wednesday afternoon at 4 30 of clock Carbondale j. Barber 3b. Or. Frank of. _ b. Brooks of. F. Barbar p. Brooks As. D. Frank c. We. Stanley 2b. N. Dodd la. 4 Brana Romb of. Although 2b. Prater la. L. Frank of. Sixth graders win track lower Plains Church class # meet at Glouster school ten teachers join education Honor group Nelsonville a i Florence Cook Ruth Cook Estella Reynold Grace Roberta Mildred Robert. Helen Shaw. Blanche Moorhead. Lillian Stover. Beatrice Barber anti or. Lucille Long of the Nelsonville school by tem were initiated saturday in Quot Days a Len la Aisha Mma chapter of the. A it Appa Gamma society an hold contests for both boys and girls of grades. Menus class presents m. M. Bryson with Bibiroi this town of so inhabitants the Jacksonville a Jacksonville will Start getting it Long anticipated water system on monday May 8>, when a Crew of 50 spa workers moves in and begins excavation for the pumping Plant. Besides fulfilling an old dream of personal mention Murray Snyder and miss Rita Snyder Marion or. And mrs George Dunn and two daughters Columbus were guests her sunday of or. And mrs. William Morgan. Or. Snyder is a brother of mrs. Morgan. They entertained at the colonial at dinner for their guests and also John Snowden this City. Or. Snowden and or. Snyder Are friends of Many years standing dating from their Early association a fellow operators for the postal Telegraph. Or. And in. C. A. Stover spent sunday in Lancaster and Rushville. I Mary lil it an Gorsuch i i r Huntington w awas the guest i loses Opi Ning game Here at the end of the week of miss Lillian Stover. Mrs. Gut Young returned to Columbus thursday where she entered University Hospital for further treatment. Honorary fraternity in education the initiation ceremonies and luncheon were held at hotel Berry in Athens. After the initiation the five counties represented at the meeting elected officers and miss Blanche Moorhead was named first vice president and miss Lillian Stover corresponding Secretary of the Athena county chapter. All of the above teachers became charter members of the new chapter. E. Higgins Dies in Nelsonville Nelsonville a Edwin Sherwood Higgins age 90, died this morning at hts Home Isi Mui St he was born at Lithopolis Ohio dec. 16, 1949, and hat been a re ident of Nelsonville for Many years. He was a plasterer by Trade and followed that occupation for an extended period in this Vicinity. He leave three sons William Higgins Toledo Fred of Glouster and Arthur of Columbus also two daughters mra. Inez Courtney and mrs. Myra flu hound both of Nelsonville also one sister mrs. Carrie Trumbull Bowling Green. His wife Nettie Higgins pre ceded him in death six years. Funeral services will be held at Warrens funeral Home wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock and will be conducted by the Rev. L. C. Butler pastor of the Church of Christ. Burial will be at Green Lawn. Eagles baseball team totals. Nelsonville Shafer 2b. Riley of. Jones of. White of. Watkins la. J. Slimes 3b. Traugh is. Bumgardner c. Garner Campbell la. I Blumee of. Tot is. Felt m it 5 0 i. 5 i i. 4 i i. 4 2 2 4 0 2. 4 2 i. 4 i i 4 2 2. 4 0 0. 2 0 0. I 0 0. 2 0 0 .43 9 lab h it. 4 i i. A 2 2. 4 2 i. 4 2 i. 4 0 0. 4 2 3. 4 i i. 4 i 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 i a a in. .-40 la to attend conference Victor Oakley president elect of the Nelsonville rotary club and h. H. Harding club Secretary Are in Dayton monday and tuesday attending a club executives conference. Nelsonville a the Nelsonville eagles lost the opening game at Syracuse sunday 8-7 in to innings. Taylor and Haddox appeared on the Mound for the eagles with Medley and Ray catching. The eagles will play their first at Home game at the City playground next sunday afternoon at 2 30 o clock. Council Meeth tonight Nelsonville a the worker Council of the Church of Christ to meet at school will hold a supper meeting tonight Nelsonville a the first Aid at 6 of clock at the Church. This Cis will meet at the Central will he followed at 7 30 by a school building wednesday at 6 meeting of the official Board of o clock. Ithe Church. Attendance at methodist Church Large sunday Nelsonville attendance at the first methodist Church at both the Church school and Church services was Large sunday. Men again outnumbered women in last 21 and mrs. Howe a class. The official Board will meet tuesday evening at 7 30. This la an important session and All members have been urged to be present. Mothers of the Young men and women who Are to graduate rom High school and who Are members of the Church or sunday school also Are urged to be present. All officers and teachers of the men s class Are requested to attend. The meeting is important. The Junior department of the Church school will hold a Mother s Day party Friday evening. May it at 7 30 o clock. Glouster a in the Grade track meet held her thursday the winners for first and second place in each event Are Given below boys Broad jump a 1st, Stanley Skinner 14 feet 3 inches 2nd, Robert Jewell 13 feet to inches. High jump a let Earl Els Nagle and Clarence Houston tie 2nd, Robert Jewell and Stanley Skinner tie. Shot put 8 la. It a 1st, Russell Smith 29 feet 2nd, Elmer hands 26 feet. Baseball throw a 1st, Russell Smith 52 feet 2nd, Jack Dennison 41 feet. 240-Yard dash relay 4 man1st heat first Bashara Davis Jones Lacorta second Morris Morrison Payton wit Ham. Second heat a in Byers Managle Meade Robert 2nd, Morrison Newman Skinner Waltham. Spoon race a let Ray Harding Danny Whaley 2nd, Lawrence Brunton Dick Volney. Potato race a let Billy Gibbs Robert Volney and Carlo Morrison tie 2nd, Harry Myers Bobby Boling. So Yard dash a 1st heat first Lewis Morrison second. Johnnie Cal cars 2nd heat Bill Roberts Richard Jones 3rd heat Stanley Skinner Royal Deal 4th heat Russell Smith Frank Darling St heat Harry Harper Bobby Gam Well St heat Paul Meade Clarence Houston 7th heat Harold Kittrell jr., Jack Whitlach St heat Danny Whaley Johnnie Jonas. 75-Yard dash a 1st heat Lewis Morrison Johnnie Cal cars 2nd heat Paul Meade Bobby Boling 3rd heat Billy Roberta Frank Darling 4th heat Russell Smith Jack Whitlach 5th heat Harry Harper David Byers 6th heat Thomaa Buchman Herman Howard 7th heat Stanley Skinner Harold Kittrelljr. 9th heat Clarence Houston Johnnie Jonah. Girls running High jump a lat Billie Lee welts 2nd, Cecelia Ginnan. Running Broad jump a let Margie Bryson 2nd, Lulu Bailey. Basketball throw a lat Phyllia labors 2nd, Elizabeth labors. Novelty relay a 1st, Biola Roberts Helen Richards Anna Mae Strohmeyer Eileen love 2nd, Joan Vian Phyllis labors Ladonna Whaley Betty Lou Smith. 40-Yard dash�?1st heat Eileen Cherrington Eloise Roberta 2nd heat Cecilia Ginnan Rita Darling 3rd heat Genevieve Dunlevy Donna Foraker 4th heat Ardeth Jones Betty Kittle. 4�?50-Yard dashes a lat Ardeth Jones Genevieve Dunlevy 2nd, Anna Grace shears Gloria Dillard 3rd, Billie Lee Wells Betty Matthews 4th, Mary Helen Keith Jeanne Bailey. Grade 6a won the Pennant with 158 1-2 Points. New project will bring a Ray of a a a Sunshine into the gloom caused by Bible school sunday morning at the nation wide Coal Trike. The Church of Christ m Glouster a at the Clow Ming m. Bryson who sometime ago resigned from teaching the Loyal men s Clam was presented a Bible with i name in Gold on the cover by the Clam. W. H. Stahl made the presentation a or. Bryson and the 29 member of the class who were present stood on the platform ready to sing a special number. Or. Bryson had been the teacher of the menus class for ii years and it a with keen regret that the men accepted i resignation and thl gift a Given As a Token of appreciation for i years of Falth Culnen. Prior to taking the men s Cia. Or. Bryson had served a superintendent of the Bible school for a number of years. In his acceptance of the gift. Or. Bryson fittingly expressed his pleasure in his association with the men and the friendships a had made. Also it seniors enjoy dance Gass party Glouster a the senior class of the it High school enjoyed an unusual class party saturday evening in the gymnasium. Under a tent Selling of Onri coloured paper and to music fur Nashed by the bad music Box they and their guests danced from 8 to 12. The girls in their colourful dresses added to the spirit of the out of door. When the Young folks were ready to eat refresh Menti hot dogs peanuts and pop in keeping with the Quot circus Day Quot idea were plentiful. Mrs. Hazel Pride and mra. Sara Wuu were chaperone. On wednesday evening the Sophomore class of the it High school enjoyed a skating party at the lamborn skating rink in this City. Approximately 45 attended. Mrs. Willis and mrs. Pride were chaperone for this party also hold funeral Riter Glouster a funeral services for mrs. Amanda Bishop who was found dead at her Home Friday evening will be held at the first Baptist Church in this City tuesday afternoon at 1 30 of clock with Rev. F. G. Boroff officiating. Burial will be in the Glouster cemetery. To entertain Clam Glouster Homer Vian will be Host to the Loyal menus class of the Church of Christ this evening at his Home on Braun St., All the men of the Church Are invited to attend. In Many countries of the world oct Opi Are popular As food. For Athens county a Relief Agency it will mean fewer direct Relief cases to consider. Paul Rose of Oak Hiu. Who has been in charge of the Jackson Lake state Park project near Oak Hui will supervise for spa and will be Suc seeded in his former Job by Arthur brisker. The Jacksonville project financed by a Village Bond Issue which has been sold and by Federal funds is estimated to Cost 962,328, of which spa will furnish 137,053, mostly in wages and the Village the remaining 925,275. Besides construction of the Plant and Reservoir it involves placing of 3.39 Miles of Mains and 1.97 Miles of service lines. Three Wells have been drilled and Are capable of producing 40 Gallons per minute. Analysis of the water caused the state depart ment of health to require a treat ment unit As part of the equip ment and this added 93.000 to the Cost. Has election of officers Chauncey a or. Hazel Luj hostess served refreshment to Man was re elected As president Louise Potts Emma Hawk Dor of the mothers Bible class of Othy Gabriel Dessie sickle Grace Zion Church lower Plains at a Burchfield Flora Grant Lizzie meeting of the group held last Leangle Imogene Calendine Grace Gabriel Mable Swartz. Fay my week at the Home of mrs. Lumen mrs. Flora Grant was elected vice president. Mrs. Erma Geary Secretary mrs. Sybil Ilcken treasurer and mrs. Grace Burchfield press reporter. Devotions were led by the clan teacher mrs. Frances Gabriel assisted by mrs. Lumen. A letter of appreciation was read from Beulah Hawk. The mystery prize went to Emma Hawk. Neat meeting will be with Eileen a Tancott. Committee to meet Looan staff special a the committee in charge of the boy and girl scout drive for funds will hold a meeting tonight to discuss ways and Means of speeding up the Campaign. 31 313 Faro that concern you no. 7 of a or look it come carry Thi wh01i mad of Moir Ai i miso nov Ruluf administration Umb jul 39 As shown in National Imi Alincy Council Maori Beers nation wide a million dollars a 0ay. Mamm could have paid this Piv year total Inez amp is huge tax revenues to lift that much of the direct burdened you. A million new Job. A new Hundred Mullion Dollar Market for three million acres of farm Seropi. And All 9e-cause Beer came Back. How can we keep these Benefit. For you and for us Brewers of America realize this depends on keeping Beer retailing As whole some As Beer itself. They want to help pub official in every possible Way. They cannot enforce Laws. Bat they can end witty a a operate May a Send you 0 Booklet telling of their unusual self regulation program address vhf Ted Brewers Industrial foundation 19 East 40th Street new York. . Beer a a a til beverage of moderation mrs. Corwin die by Murray qty sunday Glouster a mrs. Catherine Corwin 67, weft of Albert Cor win Murray City died sunday at 10 20 p. In. At the family Home in Murray City. Mra. Corwin la survived by her husband end ten children mrs Anna Brunton Glouster mra Bertha Evert Jobbie Lenneman Walter Lenneman of Hemlock Charlet Lenneman Zanesville Ernest of Hollister mrs. Etta love Murray City mrs. Catherine Nutak Congo mrs. Ollie his new Straits Ville it. I mrs. Alice Bernard Glouster it. I. Funeral services will be held in the Beech Grove Church on wednesday at 2 of clock with Rev John Curren of Murray City officiating. Burial will be in the Beech Grove cemetery mrs. Willard Simonton recovering by Hospital Nelsonville a mrs. Willard Simonton this City who underwent an operation at Marietta osteopathic Hospital on May 3, is reported to be recovering satisfactorily. Visiting her sunday at the Hospital were her husband Willard Simonton and two daughters Kathleen and Anne Sajn Starkey Carl Starkey and Gene Smathers. Miss ferret to be hostess to Gass Chauncey a the Friendship Bible Claes of Chauncey Church of Christ will be entertained by miss Eva Ferrel at her Home in High St. Wednesday night. Assistant hostesses will be mrs. Kathryn Mcdaniel and Mise Irene Jackson. Aurlen Simpkins class president will Lead the meeting which will include a devotional period business meeting and social hour with refreshment. All members Are urged to be present. Donald Frances Gabriel Lucinda Van meter Sybil Ilcken Erma Geary Opal Meharg Bessie Moor and hostess Hazel Luman. Plan mothers Day program at Giurich Chauncey a Mother Day program will be Given in conjunction with the sunday school at Zion Church lower Plains next sunday at 9 30 . Program is under the supervision of mrs. Hotel Luman assisted by Sybil Ilcken Grace Burchfield and Bassie Moore. Bible Gass to hold meeting on thursday Chauncey a monthly meeting of everyman a Bible class of the Church of Christ will be held at the Church thursday night May la at 7 30 of clock. It is expected that 40 men from the j Oral Clat will be in attendance with 20 from Trimble to from greens run and five from Taylor Ridge a guests with several visitors from Athens Nelsonville and other commune ties. James by class president Wlsh preside. Henry Cass will Lead the devotions. The guest speaker supt e. J. Arnold of the Nelsonville schools will be introduced by the pastor Rev. Gilbert Courtney. Special music will feature th9 meeting. After the program at the Church a social hour with refreshments will be concluded Al la Parish House. Benefit tonight Nelsonville a the a club will hold a Benefit party tonight at 8 of clock at the Parish Hall. Patrons have been requested to take month end tickets. Personal mention miss eur Edgar Athens was the recent guest of her sister mrs. Elizabeth Hawk lower Plains. Miss Marie Helrich Lancaster spent saturday visiting her sister mrs. James Gabriel lower Plains. Clifford Shafer employed in Columbus spent the week end in Chauncey at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Carl Shafer Mound St. Mrs. Lizzie Barber Nelsonville was the guest saturday of her sister mrs. George Gabriel jr., lower Plains. Or. Darrel Waltham. Glouster was in Chauncey sunday visiting his Mother mrs. Stella Witham. Evan Morgan jr., the Plains was the guest of Thomas Oliver Chauncey sunday. Birth announced Chauncey a or. And mrs. William Mackle Ruth gamer an nonce the birth of a 6% Pound son named William Wilson jr., at their Home in Millfield sunday May 7. The baby is a grandson of or. And mrs. James Mackle Millfield. Mrs. Kapp hostess to Bridge gub Chauncey a or. Wahneta Rapp a hostess to member of her Bridge club at the regular meeting at her Home in Jacksonville. Three table were in play High score by Myrtle olbers second Helen Sanders Consolation Verna Swartz. Travel prize went to Eileen Leake Lucille Joseph was a guest of the club. Next meeting was announced for the Home of or. Beta Sayre. Pre ent were Mary Davit Besa Sayre Lena Safreed Mona sour lock Lulu Curry Myrtle other Eileen Leake Verna Swartz Lizzie Patton Helen Sander and Wahneta Rapp. Personal mention or. And or. Gail Faires it. Pleasant w. Va., were the weekend guest of their Parent or and or. D. E. Carr and or. And or. C. G. Faire this City. Or. Fays Jauchius had As sunday guest her son in Law and daughter or. And or. Yen Chelem Chicago. Lew Gatchel Gene Galloway and Bill Lawton who Are employed in Elyria spent sunday with their famine Here. Week end guests at the Home of or. And mrs. William Wolf were mrs. Grace Harold and daughters Virginia and Betty miss Margaret Foley and or. Joe Benedict. All of Columbus. Miss Lois Jean Morris Columbus spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. Elza Morris. Or. And or. Carson Vernon have or. And mrs. Harold Mcdowell and two children David and Dickie of Columbus As their week end guests. Miss Betty Cunningham who a been spending some time in Columbus with or. And mrs. Phillip Davis spent sunday with her parents or. And mrs. Hugh Cunningham. Eldon Hoffman who has been in White Cros Hospital Columbus for a major operation came thursday to the Home of i father. Or. Harry Hoffman to spend a few Days before return ing to his Home in Columbus. Bob oohs who is employed in Columbus spent sunday with his Mother mrs. Grace Ochs. Miss est Cunningham had As guest Friday and saturday her cousins mrs. Homer Cunningham and or. Montford Cunningham Columbus. Or. And mrs. Wayne Hines of Poca w. Va., Are guests of or. And mrs. A. H. Hines at Burr Oak. Misses Jean Matthews and Jacquelyn Ley attended the Athens High school Junior prom on Friday evening guests of Bob and Don Maurer. Announce spa meeting Nelsonville a a meeting of the Southern Ohio organization of spa workers will be held in the former Bon ton store building tuesday night at 7 of clock it has been announced by Oscar Elkins Secretary. All spa workers Are invited to attend. Give Benefit tonight Chauncey Forest Rose Rebekah Lodge will have a Benefit party tonight at 8 of clock in Chauncey k. Of p. Building. Jellyfish Are comprised of nearly 20 per Coni water. Scheduled air service to Columbus from Athens amp Parkersburg 6 on Way 30 9 As round trip same Day parties of 2, 3, or 4 May join in reservation for trips. Persons wishing to stay Over night in Columbus will pay one Way fare both ways unless 3-passenger or 4-passenger parties agree to same schedule when round trip fare applies although one or More Days intervene. Comfortable radio equipped modern air plane commercial licensed pilots. Taxi service at Columbus available at 95c per trip. Northbound la. Athens a. Port columbian 8 30 a. In. 9 10 a. In. 1 20 p. In. 2 00 p. In. Southbound la. Port Columbus a. Athons 11 35 a. In. 12 11 p. In. 4 35 p. In. 5 15 p. In the above schedules connect with american airlines and transcontinental Western air transport planes service to Parkersburg to and from Parkersburg w. Va., anytime of Day ship is available at $2.70 each Way. A in addition following schedule Between Parkersburg and Columbus offered is northbound la. Parkersburg 8 10 1 00 p. A. In. In. A. Columbus 9 10 2 00 p. A. In. In. Pares $9 Ona Way or 14.85 re. Trip Sam Day southbound la. Columbus 11 35 4 35 p a. In. A. Parkersburg 12 35 p. In. In. 5 35 p. In. La Athens airways phone Swifton 636, for reservations inc. Majestic Nelsonville last times tonight 50 9 00 a 10c 25c there but Fot the Grace of god molls in Iem Oft he Numey met Ann of moan a Twat Bance Orr Amil is Nami Are mum a Nan in. Am i act Hava Tai Ummi do a no a hrs Umi Braw a a of m a hint nation. Pinar tuesday a night is pal night oni night Only 7 15-9 00 a Ioc-25c buy one adult ticket on pal night and bring your pal in free no matinee tuesday persons in hiding Lynne Overman Patricia Morison j. Carrol Naish Judith Barrett Complete change of program wednesday a r 9x9 Viss 40"to1�40 wednesday s show one afternoon show wednesday at 2 00

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