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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Athens, Ohio Monday May 8. 1930 the Athens messenger. Athens. Ohio Page three announce dates for Middleport High commencement baccalaureate graduation exercises set for May 31 Middleport a with two a Venti of the closing festivities of Middleport High school having been successfully accomplished the graduates to be Are now waiting for the Day of Days commencement which this year will be wednesday May 31. Sunday May 28, will Start the closing exercises when Bacca Laur eats services will be held in the High school auditorium with the Rev. H. A. Rothrock delivering the Sermon. Monday May 29, is the Date set for the annual High school alumni banquet which will also be Given in the High school. The graduating class of 1939 will be guests of the association whose Leader is mrs. Grace Townsend French. Several of the social functions in Honor of the graduates have been limited this year because of the classes wish for a year Book. This Book which contains a record of the school activities pictures of the student body and various school organizations is now in the hands of the Printer and will soon be ready for delivery. Its approximate Cost was 8400, which amount was raised by the seniors aided by the Junior class who donated their share of Money which would have been spent on the Junior senior banquet to the project. Proceeds from the class night plays and min Strel Friday will also be applied to the year Book fund As Well As the Sale of advertising. Compulsory worship sheriff recall incident of Church window Peeper. Pomeroy air mail service starts june la King s Herald Gass presents Candle pageant Middleport a twelve Mem Bors of the Kings heralds under direction of mrs. L. W. Mccomas took part in the Candle lighting service Quot the Light of the world which featured the annual thank offering service of the women i foreign missionary society. Missionary hymns a Short talk by the pastor the Rev. He a. Roth Rock who told of the Early his tory of missionary Endeavor and its purpose and a selection by the choir with mrs. Willis Aleshire at the Organ preceded the pageant the offering was taken by four of the heralds Ginny la Schaaf president Mary Martha roller Martha Ohlinger and Patricia Mcelhinney with Virginia Joan Wise playing the offertory on the accordion. Other members who had parts in the pageant were Patricia Kennedy Sally Schaaf Mary and Mildred of hunger Connie Lee Koehler Annamae Antle and Susan Allensworth who was the accompanist. Red Cross offers life saving course Pomeroy a persons interest cd in taking courses in swimming or life saving should communicate with a. W. Hoover red Cross instructor or with the red Cross office As soon As possible. Although the work will not be started immediately classes will be organized As soon As possible. Preliminary work which does not require actual swimming will make up the opening part of the training especially in life saving. Any organization or group wishing to have a class can make arrangements to do so by contacting the red Cross authorities. The sword billed Hummingbird has a beak longer than its body Pomeroy a unique method of inducing men to attend Church was recalled by sheriff George Bearhs when a Call was received at his office sunday night for help in preventing trouble at a Church below Middleport. Officers were sent to investigate the trouble and the incident reminded sheriff Bearhs of another Call for assistance. On that occasion Quot Bearhs declared. Quot the minister complained that men gathered at the windows and looked in the Church disturbing the meeting. We went to the Church but remained in the darkness a Short distance away. A when a Man would approach window and look in we would come up quietly and tap him on the Back with a 38 revolver. Of course he would turn around quickly and would find himself peering into the muzzle of the gun. A a did you come Here to attend Church a we would ask. Every Man answered a yes a without mincing words and hurried into the Church door. I would probably have done the same thing myself under the circumstances. We sent nine men to Church that night and there was no trouble about window peepers after that. I Hope the nine men attended regularly Golden wedding anniversary is observed by Hysell family Pomeroy planes carrying air mail on the new pick up route through three states will soon be passing Over Pomeroy regularly although the mail service will not Start Here until june la. The new service is expected to increase the use of air mail greatly in this locality. Heretofore there has been Little advantage in the use of air mail unless letters were going to Points across the continent. Letters have had to be sent to Columbus for connection with an Ait route. Because of the initial delay Little time could be gained by use of air mail. Installation of the equipment used in picking up the mail will begin soon. The station will be located on the top of Lincoln Hill. Pomeroy social notes club hah picnic the Twilight Garden club Pic nicked at Forest run sunday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Shumway took the club in the school bus. This Outing is an annual affair and is enjoyed by All. The Twilight Garden club will be entertained thursday evening at the Home of miss Ella Hennessy. With miss Elsie Hart assisting hostess. New midget Quot the forgotten Many a car a this midget automobile which Sells for about $300, was introduced to the Public at Indianapolis ind., by Powel Crosley jr., of Cincinnati o. The car is to feet Long five feet High weighs less than 925 pounds and gets 60 Miles to the gallon. Operating on a two Cylinder engine it will attain a Speed of 50 Miles per hour. Progress is made on Pomeroy buildings Pomeroy a foundation is under construction for the new Home of or. And mrs de Stark on Lincoln Hill. The Home will be situated on the lot adjoining the Arthur Fick property. The new building which will be occupied by the electric theater next month is nearing completion with work being rushed As rapidly As possible. The latest Type equipment will be installed. The Koehler Sisters building in which the theater is now located will be completely remodeler work to be started next month. The room used by the theater and the adjoining room occupied by the Maytag store will be joined making one Large Oom. The Structure will be virtually rebuilt. Painter is injured Middleport a will Graves sustained broken heels and an injured ankle in a fall saturday morning from the roof of the Betz store on Locust St. Which he was painting. Casts were placed on both feet at the office of or. Raymond Boice where he was taken Tor examination. Children s music festival to be Given tuesday Middleport a regular rehearsal of the women s music club chorus will be held at the Heath m. E. Church tonight. Rehearsal Date has been changed from tuesday because of the Junior musicians program Quot Mother Goose a May festival Quot which will be presented on that night at the High school auditorium. The Public is invited to attend this program for which a Silver offering will be taken. The Quot festival a in which 75 Young children in colourful costumes will be heard in vocal and instrumental numbers will Start at 8 of clock. A a r Siti to ii d Titi Dot j i of hic v in Neri re or it i r. Kotick the heirs of Frank boday deceased whose names and places of residence Are unknown and cannot be ascertained will take notice that on the 5th Day of May 1939, l. R. Pierce administrator of the estate of Frank boday deceased filed his petition against Julius Kovacs in the probate court of Athens county Ohio for the purpose of determining said Heirship. The prayer of said petition is for the court to determine who Are the heirs of said decedent entitled by Law in this state to inherit said estate according to the statute in such Case made and provided and for other orders and Relief in the premises. Francis d. White fat a flow probate judge. Personal mention mrs. Bertha Pownall entertained at dinner saturday at her Home on Mulberry ave. Or. Charles e hers Bach of Tampa Fla. Mrs. Gertrude Stowe Getz of Florida will arrive tuesday to visit relatives and friends several weeks. Misses Emma Waterman and Eva Simms entertained at dinner sunday mrs. Charles Ebersbach of Tampa Fla., and mrs. Dollie bean of Athens. Miss Sylvia Jeffers Marion Jeffers and Norman sheets of Gallipolis visited the former a sister mrs. Dana Tracy sunday. Or. And mrs. John Senkus. Miss Ruth Daniels and mrs. Marion Radford were Gallipolis business visitors monday. Mrs. Senkus who is recovering from a serious illness was at Holzer Hospital for examination. Or. And mrs. L. A. Person spent sunday with or. And mrs. Harry Runion at their Home at Torch. James Ward employed at Columbus spent the week end at his Home on e. Main St. L. F. Schoenleb returned to Marysville monday after a week end visit Here. He was accompanied As far As Columbus by Selim Blazewicz a student at o. S. U. Tsetse flies do not Lay eggs they bring Forth living larvae. Middleport social notes daughter honoured or. And mrs. Charles Mcnamee entertained with a family dinner sunday in Honor of their daughter mrs. Charles Wise jr., whose birthday is today. Mrs. Wise her husband chief of police Wise Are employed by the Claude Crawford. In Parkersburg brought the Crawford children Marion and Wally to the Home of their aunt mrs. John Mason saturday for a Short visit. They were accompanied Home by mrs. Mason. Sun goes to Washington Middleport a Carl Russell who has been employed in Youngstown has gone to Washington d. C., where he will work in the Navy Yards. Or. Russells family will move to Washington and also his father Timothy Russell Well known Here As a Uncle the Russell Home was formerly on Beech St. Sluggers win 11-3 Logan Mowery a sluggers and Spang s veterans opened the local baseball season with a game at the Fairground Diamond sunday afternoon which the sluggers won la to 3. Marshall and Mowery twirled for the winners with Joe Thomas doing the catching while Gould Mowery pitched for the veterans with Ralph Webb catching. Hunting invited North Platte neb. A sect Harris Farmer Isnit worried about air planes scaring his livestock or mowing Down his property with Low flying. He has issued a notice to Hunters who seek coyotes by air plane to try out his farm. Their daughters Mazie and Ginny Day who will be the guest of her to or. And mrs. P. Bradbury Niece mrs. Crawford. Fern Mcnamee it and son Charles James Wiley has returned from were guests at the dinner. A several weeks travel in Mexico nr1 j Texas. Personal mention i or. And mrs. Wallace Bradford or. And mrs. L. J. Bumgarner have move 1 from the Whaley were guests of friends Here thurs Homp in Cherry Ridge to the Day. A i hey were in route to iirarlf0rd cottage on Brownell ave. Mrs. A. R. Hecox has returned gift Gas mask Winnipeg Man. A in England with his family during the septem Ber crisis Gordon Charles 6, of Winnipeg was fitted with a Gas mask As were thousands of other children. Gordon still possesses the mask As he was allowed to bring it Home. Pomeroy or. And mrs. E. W. Hysell observed their Golden wedding anniversary sunday at their Home on Lincoln Hill where their children gathered for an All Day Celebration. Or. And mrs. Hysell were United in marriage on May 5. 1889. Near Rutland. Both Are natives of Meigs county and have resided Here during their lifetime with the exception or three years spent at Zanesville. Both Are still Active and Well Able to pursue the activities of life. Or. Hysell a civil Engineer keeps Busy at his profession and he stated sunday that during the last few months he has done As much work As he has Ever done in a like period of time. Or. And mrs. Hysell Are the parents of five children four of whom Are living. The four were present for the anniversary Celebration sunday with their families. They Are mrs. Roy Wilson of Zanesville mrs. Leo Bryan of Newark mrs. Pearl Ralph of Rutland and Homer Hysell of Pomeroy. Sunday morning the group attended the Middleport Christian Church in a body. In the afternoon Many other friends and relatives called at the Hysell Home to extend their Hest wishes and congratulations to or. And mrs. Hysell. The occasion being one which naturally Calls for a discussion of family history or. Hysell related that his Mother was the great granddaughter of Elias Boudinot who was the president of the second Continental Congress. Or. Hysell is a self educated Engineer who Quot took up the profession because he found it interesting he began As a Surveyor constructing his own instrument which Tim and again proved its accuracy when checked with expensive commercial instruments. He was employed Tor Many years by the Maynard Coal company. Later he was employed by the state Highway department. Lie served two terms As county sir Vayor. From 1921-25, and when a had completed his service for the county found his Job with the Highway department waiting for him. In recent years he has worked independently. Mrs. Hysell. Before her marriage half a Century ago was Mary Vining. Both were residents of Rutland township in their childhood Days. They have resided on Lincoln Hill Tor several years. There or. Hysell has an office room of his own where he can pursue his engineering work when a is not out in the Field. Temperatures often Rise to degrees in the african desert. 158 in Moo a Lumbus for a visit with relatives. Or. Bumgarner is a retired station agent of Cheshire and now lives on a farm in Letart w. A. Mrs. J. H. Mouiden. Mrs. Eva Stansbury and r. U. Martin remain seriously Iii. Mrs. J. O. Leonard has gone to Cleveland where she will represent White Rose Lodge at a convention of the auxiliary of the brotherhood of Railroad trainmen. Mrs. Leonard will be gone two weeks. Or. And mrs. Anson Jackson and mrs. William Huggins accompanied mrs. Marion Maguire to her Home in Mingo Junction. Saturday. Mrs. Maguire has been the guest of her Mother mrs. Huggins and Sisters mrs. Jackson and mrs. Homer Hysell. Miss Helen Beeson miss Edna Randall and Mother of Corning were guests saturday of William Beeson and mrs. Plummer Beeson. Or. And mrs. Fred Wilson of Columbus spent the w Eek end with or. And mrs. W. H. Juhling. Or. And mrs. P. O. Forrest Henderson w. Va., and or. And mrs. Walter Sommers and daughter Ida Jane of Beech Hill w. Va., were guests sunday of their sister mrs. Lawrence Bing. Or. And mrs. Robert Davis who i rom a several Lumbus. Days visit in co properly purchased Middleport mrs. Ida Dobbs and daughter miss Sarah Dobbs have purchased the Tinklepaugh property on n. Fourth ave. And w ill move from their present Home on front St. In the fall. Joe Dobbs who has been seriously ill for Sev a ral months remains in the same condition. Forest ure lost Washington a Forest fires Burn approximately 36,000,000 acres every year an area equal to that of All new England with the exception of Connecticut Accord ing to the american forestry association. Neuritis Mii Ivi min in ill Minkus to relieve the torturing pain of neuritis rheumatism. Neuralgia or Lumbago in a few minute get the doctor s formula Nurrito. Dependable no opiates no narcotic. Does the work quickly must relieve i cruel pain to your satisfaction in a fee minute or Money Back at druggist on t suffer. Use Nurrito on this guarantee today Don t lot Aurine pimples ruin your chancer apply Retinol ointment at once. Its Active medication stays in soothing Contact with the irritated spots aiding Healing is it smooth and Woitena the skin. For careful cleansing us Retinol soap. Sample Ira Retinol 72, Baltimore my. Re5inol ointment and soap our time is your time any Day you come in Well present for your Benefit a loan program showing the practical Way to own your Home. Included on this program Are Quick Friendly service terms you la like and a moderate interest rate. There s no Static our program is always Clear. Coma in and hear this program brought to you by the makers of Many Happy Homes. This is the voice of the Athens county savings amp loan co. In the Lostro building Athens Ohio with apologies to Rudy Vallee carnival is booked Middleport a Cunningham a shows which played last week at pythian Park under the auspices of the Feeney Bennett Post american legion have gone to Kanuga where they will show this week. A carnival has been booked Here for about the Middle of june and will be sponsored by the Volunteer fire company. Held on Check charge Pomeroy a a. Bowman age 55, said to he of Huntington was jailed saturday on a charge of issuing bad checks. He is being held at the county jail pending further action in his Case. Condition improves Middleport a. M. Mccarty who underwent an operation at the Mcmillan Hospital Charleston last week is improving satisfactorily. Mrs. Mccarty is with him at the Hospital. Feels better in every Way Sinee taking Quot Vendol resident of the Plains says ska suffered daily from bilious Ness tired out feeling pains in Back arms legs All on account of constipation. Praises Vendol for grind Relief. A before i began taking Vendol a few weeks ago i Felt wretched but i have this wonderful Medicine to thank for my Relief and now in a like a different states mrs. J. H. Shafer Well known resident of the Plains and Secretary of the Loyal women a class. A i had been troubled with constipation for several years and this condition caused me to suffer with severe bilious attacks almost daily. My Tongue was heavily coated and there was a bitter taste in my Mouth All the time. A a my appetite was changeable sometimes id be real hungry then again i did no to want anything to eat but it always seemed that when i would have a bilious feeling that is when my stomach would feel terribly bloated with a full heavy feeling. A i suffered a lot with pains in the Muscles of my Back arms and legs which were often so bad they prevented my getting restful sleep and every morning id get up feeling tired and sluggish just hated to Start my Days work. A Vendol was recommended to me by my Friend mrs. V. R. Grin Stead of Athens so i bought a bottle and this was surely a Wise mrs. J. H. Shafer thing to do. First of All Vendol and the Little laxative tablets gave the most completely satisfying Relief from constipation then i noticed there were no More bilious attacks or heavy feeling in my stomach. The coating on my Tongue and bitter taste in my Mouth has completely disappeared the pains in my Muscles Are gradually leaving and i get wonderful relaxed sleep every night i done to feel tired and workout As i used to and truly i feel better in every Way since taking this great you la never know How Mach Good this grand Medicine made from natures roots and Herb with alkaline added can do for you till you give it a trial. Visit Athens pharmacy 7 n. Court St., and let them explain All about it you Cen also get Vendol in Nelsonville at Hickman drug store and at leading drug stores everywhere. 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