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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Athens, Ohio A clock a an interesting e�?T5/ Huette comparison. How its made by Al Kiln of Dartmouth. All Over the country Are learning what a. R. Inklin right is showing a group of Dartmouth men. Striking Way to compare cigarettes by simply watching j bum Al is testing the leading brands to find the one that % slowest which Brand won a am Al. By a wide Gin the reason costlier tobaccos expertly blended in a Rette that Burns slowly completely a smokes cooler of recently a group of scientists ran this interesting Laboratory test on a bigger scale. 16 of the largest Selling cigarette brands were rated impartially. Camels burned slower than any other Brand tested-25% slower than the average time for the camels slower burning compared to the average time of the is other brands tested gives you the equivalent of 5 extra smokes per pack you economize while enjoying smoking pleasure at its Estl monday. May 8. 1939 the Athens messenger. Athens. Ohio Howdyshell on probationf7�?o&Quot/r�?z a i., Jay Skinner changes plea 0 was reported getting along very satisfactorily at University hos work of Athena county common pleas court continued to Pital Columbus where he underway on cases submitted by grand jury indictment As further went a operation today. The child were held and sentence imposed. Fell Quot ill Carl a. Howdyshell indicted on charges of manslaughter. Tacked him. Another operation will second degree and failure to Stop after an Accident changed be necessary and possibly a third his plea from not to and was placed on probation alg eos St Long Wuh Jachde by judge o. F. Rowland for two years on conditions of Good behaviour and regular reporting to the probation officer. Glenn e. Sayer Jacksonville in two Are injured in crashes of autos rides on three trains thrill second graders dieted on a reckless driving charge pleaded not and was placed under Bond of $100. Barkley Wilson charged with forgery changed his plea to . Judge Rowland suspended imposition of sentence in consideration of the fact that Wilson had already spent Over four months in jail and that the wrong for which he was committed had been righted. He was placed on probation for one year on condition that he pay costs of the cast within two months and report each month to Rolland Ruth probation officer. Skinner in fined Jay Skinner indicted by the a Rand jury on charges of carrying concealed weapons and discharging t fun to a Public place also a hanged his plea through counsel to and was fined $100 and costs by judge Rowland who suspended Elk of the Fine on condition that Skinner remain a la abiding citizen for two years and also refrain from becoming intoxicated during that period. After imposing the sentence judge Rowland warned Skinner that if conditions of the sentence should be violated the court would show no further leniency. Odd Fellows hosts to Logan Glouster lodges the Athens Encampment of Odd Fellows will be hosts to the Glouster and Logan encampments tonight at the local Lodge Hall in n. Court St. The Royal purple degree will be put on. V. H. Russell grand Scriber of Lebanon will be present. Cecil Sarveres father Dies of heart attack or. M. L. Server 2202 Vinton St., Portsmouth died suddenly at his Home sunday afternoon of heart attack. He was the father of or. Cecil server Athens who is office manager of the c. D Shafer co. And an elder of the Christian Church. Will continue lunch centers school children from needy families Are going to be just As hungry this summer and next fall As they Are now several county commissions and local sponsors of spa school lunch projects in Southeastern Ohio have decided. The result is that the serving of lunches now being done in More than 60 feeding centers in la counties of the Zanesville spa District will be continued through the summer in at least two counties and school boards or other local sponsors of at least 12 centers Are launching Community gardens to Supply an important part of the food to be needed in the next school year. Commissioners of Athens and Jefferson counties have decided to extend the feeding program through the vacation period in most of their centers. Athens now has seven centers mostly in mining communities and in March an average of 308 children daily received hot lunches. Jefferson county centers in the same period served an average of 1,359 Chil Dren daily from 27 schools. Jesse Cuckler fined jail term suspended Jesse e. Cuckler Athens state Hospital employee arrested at about 2 a. In. Sunday by state Highway patrolmen and charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol pleaded be fore judge o. F. Rowland in com Mon pleas court this morning. Judge Rowland imposed a ten Day jail sentence which was sub Pended in consideration of the fact that it was Cuckler a first offence Cuckler was fined $50 and costs and his driving rights were revoked for six months. In his room at the Hospital and or. Alg co makes frequent trips to the Hospital. New benefits Are extended to veterans mrs. Brill Dies at Home in Sharpsburg funeral services for mrs. D. W Brill who died at her Home in Sharpsburg saturday morning were held this afternoon in Sharpsburg. Burial was made in Bartlett cemetery. Mrs. Brill is survived by he husband and two children by a former marriage Errol Columbus and Mary Sharpsburg. Mother s Day May 14th motion granted Here in Industrial Case judge o. F. Rowland in com Mon pleas court has granted the motion of counsel for Paul Mas ters Jacksonville plaintiff in suit against the Industrial com Mission of Ohio to take the Case out of regular order and Advance the hearing to an Early Date. Masters petition which was submitted previously to the com Mission claims that he suffered fractured Collar Bone in february 1938, while working As a loader in mine 28 of the sunday Creek Coal Ca pleads not to illegal Hunting Orville Lyons arrested sunday by state game protector b. F. Swartz for Hunting without a License pleaded not to the charge in an arraignment sunday before magistrate t. R. Bennett. Preliminary hearing of the Case was set for wednesday. Two per a were injured neither , in two Automo a Quot bile accidents Over the week end. In a collision on the Athens Joy one of the most interesting state Hospital grounds sunday evening Virginia Shafer age thrill of a real train ride Tor t e things to children was Tho Way 16 of 464 Richland ave., suffered a fractured Collarbone and 28 second graders from the uni the conductor and Engineer Eon. No to an Fine half mile West of varsity elementary school who. As verse while the train is moving broken rib. In an Accident on route 50, one hair mile West or s Classwork through the medium of cords the Albany Everett Rose age 26, of Carpenter route i suffered i. Length of the train Hells and we is a laceration of the lower lip that required four it Luchea. I 00&Quot a the car driven by miss Shafer hours. The children Rode on three and owned by her father Fred the state Highway patrol will be different types of trains one with i Page five at rotary convention Lawrence worst Al i and c. He Harris Secretary of the Athens rotary club Are delegates of the club today at the District rotary convention in Dayton. Plans Are being made for the districts part in 30th International convention in Cleveland june 18 to 23. Of a Irain Cue to me. Inh Engineer was told to pull in the course of about eight o r Trak Fop another train the National House of representatives has passed a Bill that will extend greater pension benefits to needy veterans and their dependents. Congressman Thomas a. Jenkins took an Active part in the debate and passage of the Bill. In discussing it on the floor of the House or. Jenkins said Quot i am glad to support this Bill As it is now under consideration before the House because it is a step in the right direction. There is no question but that the widows of world War veterans who Are left with children to support and who have no adequate income Are worthy of legislative As it passed the House the Bill provides in part the following 1. Benefits for the widows and children of All veterans who die of non service connected disabilities if they have had service connected disabilities of 10%, and in certain cases less than to. 2. Increase of rates of certain beneficiaries to $30 per month for a widow with no child and $38 per month for a widow with one child. The present rates remain unchanged for other children. 3. Increase of Rales for dependents of those who die from service connected disabilities so that a widow under 50 years of age would receive $37.50 per month a widow Over $50 years of age $45, and the total for a widow and her children $82.50 per month. 4. Would provide payment of compensation on basis of permanent partial ten per cent for wounds incurred in line of duty in Active service during the world War and covers cases where the existing schedules provide a rating of less than ten per cent. 5. It will reduce the rate of interest charges on any loan on government insurance from 6 per cent to 5 per cent. Shafer collided with one owned by Zella Nelson of Logan and driven by her son Edward l. Nelson age 26. Miss Shafer attempting to switch on the radio in her automobile Mist kingly turned off the driving lights and was unseen by Nelson state Highway patrolmen said. Rose a passenger in the car driven by Charles l. Bobo age 69, arraigned this week. Roses wife. Mildred and Bobo s daughter Frances age 12, passengers with Bobo and Doris lash age 19, Albany route 2. Driving with Huston were uninjured. Aside from a bump on the head. Anna May Baker age 17. 475 Richland ave., driving with miss Shafer. Was unhurt state patrolmen said. Ralph Webb age 19 of to of Carpenter route i was injured Gan. And Virginia Porter age 19, after Bobows car struck one Driv-1 Grosvenor St., passengers in Nei in by Alvin Huston age 24. Of car son s car were uninjured Accord ing to the patrol. State patrolmen estimated the enter route i saturday night. A slight nose in Lier Bobo sustained Bobo charged with passing through a Stop sign and driving no War soon Hayes states \ i there will he no general War for some time to come was the prediction of h. Gordon Hayes professor of economics. Ohio state University in a talk on Quot the International situation before the on the wrong Side of the by 1 at $125. New sign language is in Force on highways and he whistled Back his Okay to the conductor All of which astonished the Youthful passengers. Clay mid Iron was especially fascinated by the ventilators which he opened and so was Able to con Erse with his friends in the next car. Once in Marietta the curios in the museum were of the utmost interest to the students. Kila Lee Riley was impressed by Rufus Putnam s Home. The boys were est orally interested in the old fire 7 a it we ����?�7 a engine covered wagons bicycles. District convention Eros Ham fhe boat models while the girls looked longest at the ancient baby buggies. Washington s sword _ Frank Dilley enjoyed seeing the Hayes discussion. Rapid change of Wor that George Washington had modern living at Home and abroad Prosr nod to Rufus Putnam and has made the problem of adjustment a serious one for youth. American youth needs to he trained to understand the foreign and Domestic problems Hayes said. Nearly us youths attended the groups held on the Ohio Antver damage to Nelson s and Shafer s Sty Campus saturday. American cars at $75 each to Huston s car foreign policy and recent events in at $100, and to Bobo s automobile Germany were the main Points of j opened with professor Hayes a new kind of sign language is Highway warning signs Mark Dan speech at 3 of Clork in Ellis Hall. Harold Laughlin was amused at Putnam s wedding hoots because Quot the toes turned Way up. It was a tired lot of children who returned safely to Athens with their teacher. Miss Helen m conference. The first meeting Evans. They were also accompany in common use today and its value remains unappreciated by a Large portion of the driving Public. On roads throughout the state. Case is Famis mid upon the recommendation of attorneys for both sides. Judge o. F. Rowland has dismissed the suit of w. J. Mossman against the Industrial commission of Ohio for the right to participate in workmen a compensation insurance funds. Mossman s petition claimed that he was injured in a slate fall while in the employ of the Manhattan Coal co. Fined by Cornell Harry Williams Athens route 4. Was fined $5 and costs by mayor Cliff Cornell this morning on a Marge of intoxication. Williams was arrested in w. Washington St. Inst night by police chief e. S. Finsterwald and officer Leslie Bradfield. Serous intersections and danger following this groups were form Ous condition hut. According cd for a discussion period after to state Highway patrol Automo which they reassembled for a bile Drivers As a Rule take slight forum with Hayes notice of the markers. I eighty one in attendance a1 the four different sign shapes and ginner meeting at Howard Hall. tar Cir 1rh he i k the fuck numerous warnings aimed to caution the Driver on existing conditions of the and Are intended to reduce the numerous Automo e. Thaek Muser in red by their student teachers. Anne Hawker Barbara Lafferty Mary Kay Metz and Lorraine Kinder. Tho Drivers Fintel singing was led by j cry Ohio University Struc Tor. Rev. Russell k. Bayliff boosts k spoke on Quot of wishes were Young people i toward which they should wot i to come True he said everybody likes our a see fruit beverages made from natural fruit flavors with purest Artesian Well water under strictly modern sanitary conditions. I see beverage Are a health drink for Young and old. Aes Gobelin hand dipped chocolates the finest made special Mother s Day Box appropriately wrapped with Carnation to Ila of Box a a trial package a delightful selection of miniature Light and dark Qaq Ila chocolates vow in Gobelin s Gold Box $1.50 other Gobelin selections at i lbs. For $1, i la. For 50c 7 n Couriel phone Moi ath ens Ohio Junior leaders meet Al rangers station the Junior leaders conference will be held saturday May 13, beginning at 9 30 a. Rn., at the Forest Ranger s station in East. Athens. The session will last until 4 30 p. In. The conference will include tree identification Forest Survey by mapping Compass etc., conservation of soil Trees and grass landscape gardening and Forest fire fighting. A member of the state patrol will give talks on Highway and bicycle safety. Townsend meeting Here Patrick Henry Williams will come to Athens to speak on the Townsend recovery plan at a meeting in City Hall thursday night at 8 o retired team eps a hear p Quot on tuesday bile accidents. A Square sign signifies caution a Diamond sign. Means reduce Speed an octagonal 2if sign Means Stop and a round sign. Indicates a Railroad crossing. State patrolmen stated that the markers were placed on the highways to make driving safer hut said that ignoring the warn the at a in Soun a or Iruh Hipfl Ings would increase traffic acc Char sex teacher it tub w ill Dent. Fet tuesday May 9, at 7 30 p. In in room i of the basement of the octagonal top Tlam. A to to i Chubb us bulletin. Tolmen mid. We re on c. B. Dillon will mix on Quot some aunty , which . Of the education. Conin. A n it ate on or j a a a pc e particularly Are asking the 1 9 obey those signs. Miller Sec _ charged with driving with insufficient Braker twin stale Highway pay David j Quot Tine. Age 40 of cd a it fined to and costs mayor Cliff Cornell Sun should set a goal i cohort Brunton. Age 64. Corning Rotti iu/1 we was fined $10 and costs by mayor i i Al Intel a by Cornell sunday after being arrest i of by the state patrol for Rockless i Jim Jotten mar. Phone 591 driving. 1 in All popular flavor Athens Dowler amp Ferguson phone 91 funeral Home Athens Ohio / our service is available to All j regardless of their financial condition the personal service and promptness that is a part of our claim service sets motorists Mutual apart from just Ordinary insurance. Motorists Mutual Columbus insurance Ohio co vie Donahey president. C. B. Dillon 155 East state Athens a phone 20692 Carl Crispin Secretary Stacy c. Sharp .12 wet Franklin Nelsonville a phone 498m Al sheltering arms Clyde Mason 8 n. Shafer St., underwent a major surgical operation at sheltering arms Hospital sunday. A son was born at the Hospital sunday to or. And mrs. Roy Lambert Millfield route i. Hiram Radcliff held Hiram Radcliff Canaanville was arrested there late saturday by deputies Charles Evans and b. C. Day on an affidavit charging him with breaking and entering the Eber Carpenter lunch room and Beer parlor Athens re 3. Mile Cost $100 Johannesburg South Africa a a smile Cost 33-year-old Sydney Harvard Bustin $100. This was the Fine imposed when he was convicted of a Crimen in Uriah because he had stood outside a shop operated by a Young woman for two hours staring and smiling at her he was also alleged to have said a Hull of to her several times thus insulting her. Puppet show is presented by members of 6th Grade class a Joan of arc was brought to life by the sixth Grade class of the University elementary school in a puppet show at a recent Assembly yesterday afternoon. The five act play written by members of the class included the Story of Joan a visions her adventures in the Kings court the Battle her stay in prison and the burning at the stake. Mary Louise Conkey read the part of Joan do arc As Mary Jane give your son the right Start just now is the time when your son or daughter is leaving High school for Good a give them the right Start by starting a savings account for graduation. In years to come they will be More grateful than Ever a other presents May Wear out but a savings account will keep right on growing a and they can always use it. Deposits insured up to $5000.00 Security Bank member Federal Deposit insurance corp. Athens Ohio Here Martin put the puppet through its paces. John Caskey introduced the characters and announced the play. Presented on a puppet stage made by the class the play was made realistic by the scenery which the pupils designed and painted with the assistance of their teacher miss Esther Dun Ham. At another Assembly the student body of the school was shown through the a Putnam air plane factory by the members of the special education class. Looking at the stage present Tion through windows the Ault ence saw Junior Secoy As the v Spector of the Quot factory by Canale As the sales manales Bobby guess As the Pilot cheer Jones As the guide Otto mins Carl White Hilda Simik Jimmy Mernedakis Jimmy Billy Dorothy Goodfellow and Anna Goodfellow As workers Andilian i Mae Welch Dale Swift ass As Goodfellow and Emmett g visitors. Their describing and explain student study of air planes to the special body in graphic form. Tsarnes in education class showed All stages of constructed class in after the Assembly t at a Tea pertained their Mothon. Party in their class re other brands. Camels were remarkably consistent in the same test camels held their Ash far longer than the average time for All the other brands. Camel is the cigarette of costlier tobaccos. A cooler Milder better tasting pack a look How slowly the Camel Burns compared to the other brands a Albert Conklin Points out to the Bunch. Everyone agrees that camels win hands Down. No wonder camels smoke so Cool and mild Al adds. A and that must have a lot to do with Why camels have such an appealing taste Hospital Accident St eckness # ass than for 4 o Day or Fulton half dial 644 the cigarette of costlier tobaccos Penny for Penny your Best cigarette buy i

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