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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - August 12, 1923, Athens, Ohio Re Bandar August is Issi. The1 sunday mass Exour or. Erla a Ell i or. Ray Moor 175 Lancaster Street has received the announcement of the myth of a for. Edward bedded saturday. Or. Daniel Mcgurk United in lace saturday morning. Or Rell Staley of Marion Ani miss Eugene. August 3. To or. And mrs Maason of Nelsonville. The Lloyd Gardner of so Mersin terries was read at the first m. E. Mrs. Gardner was formerly miss parsonage at a 30 of clock. Ethel Weyand of mar Carpenter. Soddy a Mil Ilear Haws he Urha or Chi a to. Miss Edna d. Redelivery varsity inn Chicken Fri caste with dumplings for sunday dinner at Tho varsity inn 11 45 a. In. To 1 30 p. In. And amp p. In. To 7 30 p. In. Opposite alumni Gateway. S. W. Cor. Court and in Ion Guys. Hie became the Bride Freda it of or. George f. Chesser of the Alme place. The officiating minister tins or. A. Wilcox Ani the nuptial ser vice was read at the mans. 16 n College Street at to of clock in the morning. The newlyweds will reside Guysville or. And or a. Ii. M. Taylor. I South College Street have us their of guest Over the end airs a heeler c. Koit it Columbus. Or. Frank met. A j of lineman to. Is spending Over is i it Nill Ais parents. Or. And Dame. Mcturk. 2b North str i. Showers for Bride elect or and mrs. T. Xxx Craig Nill in Young set a. Tom. Eft this morning. Try motor for Mountain Lake l Ark my. For a several weeks sojourn it or. And mrs. E. C. Us Refl of Logan miss Elizabeth Hackman of Lepolia. Or. And mrs. Char a a a. La icky Reg. Daughter Frances and Margaret spa. Or. And Civ Edmundson and daughter. I. Ira Beth i a posed a two car motor party who left saturday morning on ii two weeks trip they Are carrying with the a trailer Ani Wilt Camp Enro Ute they win go to Clee e Rel and from there to n Aga to la Al i a can ids Rah a n x. A Lite Cit Wallington i a. And flu Volt Pula p mrs a Myrtle Tiitson and Dang tar mrs Guy e. Bohn Haw returned from to three weeks a Lait in Wash Athens guards Mumm Mai that resort. They Witt by acco Nipan in ton. I la Dayton an i army amp Navy stores of Nelsonville and Athens always furnish men and boys with better merchandise for less Money than they pay elsewhere. Or k Lillian. I unit a it puts the Bloom of health in Pale Cheeks this can be truthfully said of if Cream no food is More delicious and none More wholesome. Why fret about your appetite in hot weather the human system does not require heavy indigestible foods. Milk and its products Are natures Best health and strength building foods. Clone a is the Ideal summer diet. Its delightfully refreshing. There a Pep and Energy in every spoonful. The leading dealers sell Clines Quot the better kind Quot the Cline ice Cream co. Athens Ohio led As far As Wheeling. W. X. By Felting miss Alison Young of 3�? a los. Roger j Jones and itt. Son. South ninth Street whose mar John who will visit her parents rings to professor Earl b. South of air. And its John a. Moore of Athens will take place september Martins ferry. I. Miss Ferol Craig and mls a. A Al Gaunter entertained tuesday or. And mrs. Fred Kiltau or evening with a Kitchen Shower at and mrs. Ii. Ii. Burdon and son. The former a Home at 341 Ham Glenn Are at Home from a ten org Anta Grimes ton Avenue. Days moly trip to Detroit it. Civ a profusion of old fashioned Nims and fort Huron Mich. In de Garden Flowers were in evidence troit they visited or. And everywhere throughout the Houv xxx Ippel the latter a sister of i. An a porch. Entering the Small Kiltau and or. Hinson i on to tables where the guests were serv turning to Columbus e i a delicious two course luncheon n lathes there. Were Pink candles in Crystal Candle Sticks which were tied with rink miss Ruby Gladys Mercer the tulle. Hand painted cards assisted Story Teller for the Standard hear Tho guests in finding their places Era. Accompanied by miss Theodora a less Young was the recipient of a Junod Ani miss Evelyn Watkins Many attractive and useful gifts All members of the Standard Carlin wednesday evening mrs. Guy ors go to the Torney and miss Ruby Ernest in grounds. Monday to be at the mar detained in the former a Home for dbl District cottage during the i Isa Young. The party was in the one week was spent to i non w Bereth y att tiled president Harding s funeral. Battory stationed about Harding Home in. Marion made excellent showing in work i Golden crust bread and Home Sweet Home and Graham bread ire Winner and once used always used our Busine is still increasing because 20 years in Athens has taught us what the people want. Remember our pies and cakes c Grimes and daughter it saturday for Erie. A. Rry to. Chapin formerly miss four non coms assigned once to guard the casket. Littler bakery East Union Street phone 163 a Battery of 134th i Quot i Ort no end. A men Ani three officers return a to Athens St a a m Patur Dav or an t mrs. Roy papier and son Ralph left the morning on a week s motor trip Elm Tang i xxx Nile a . To do Dei. Bin ii i morning from Marion of in where thy visited a a jts a Dei. My they will k., re or my a i into bet of the form is Broth try for the Tate or. Silent Quot a a it or to Law. Or an i mrs no or a pm y,1vng held the two it Slort i. . Coveted posts War i i to National guard Nulta during the burial see or Jam s Doulson. Who Baa Bee non a for try wis made at v Lait lug hts Par its or in i mrs \jar0n Dan Coulson of Foxton. Has re arriving St id a thursday i Anent or Camp turned to b s Home in Leveland morning in the sorrowing Elf lie was accompanied by hts v Tings opened its doors to All a St brother Daniel or. I he trip \mer1ea Romong to pay last res school of foreign missions August made by motor. Ports to the former chief sex Peutl another week of Ime Economy nature of n miscellaneous Shower. 113-1 s. Miss Mercer will give bet Battery f proceeded to the encamp a n tuesday evening of next Story. A All that was left on the or s in a his a lug son or How nent on the fair grounds West of i it cd miss Zee a broke will enter program of August 17. On wed nos or l a a a i Quot Quot a &Quot>1 daughter miss t1in rtt receiving nun rms com Tam the same group it a five of Days program. Miss Irma Volgt. It in Ltd Ewing Are at heme from a Pitman Enro Ute As to ifs appear. Dock ten in Honor of miss Young Dean of women. Ohio University. Set a m"r�f1ti wih or in j tree. It being sail thai Battery d Coshocton Tribune will be one of the headline Era. Peak Brollier or. George Ewing beat looking outfit in Dow terns it. The marriage of mrs. N. Pow Xor. William j. Davis of Athens. In i. S was celebrated August s by Rev. L. A. Dabolt at noon in a aliens at the county court hous mrs. Riley Wyatt and son Miles arh Ellre of ran Antonio. Texas hint come r of new Marshfield and Tor a visit with or. Unit mrs a. T i a head. 34 Morris Avenue. Mrs Wyatt is a Cousin of mrs. Law head. W a a the a Marion. I mrs. M. W up rare of Chicago. An assistant de train tar officer tu., arrived Friday evening for ii it the depot said Quot you have a Floe visit with her Mother. Mrs la. I looking Bunch there Captain Jones Ani sister. Mrs. F. We Bush the compliments and family. A los Sprague killed deserved. As Many thought Bat Lier Nephew. Or. Gordon Bush in tory e a unit of a regulars As Ibex Farlon for the funeral of Frost marched Down Center Avreet. Dent Harding they were met in thursday afternoon and evening boys Tan calf oxfords new French toe welted soles rubber heels $5.00 Grade for $3.95. Boys rubber Soled athletic shoes just the thing for play or school different grades for $1.75, $1.95, $2.95 or powder la v Farmer Quot and both rom Weber of Quot Columbus or and a a a Quot homeward trip Aguada from Tho local Battery were to and hts Bride have a wide Circle of friends. A los. Harry Huntley and son hurry jr., of Worthington accompanied mrs. Bad Kiltau. Who has been visit tag them for two weeks Home and Are spending sunday at the Kiltau Alpo Ognit Ion for senior i tendered. Wednesday evening it the first Horn. Baptist Church members and. Friend of the congregation gave a or rorer j Jones and son. Rog delightful reception for Rev. And a or Oft saturday for Toledo by a los i. C. Smith who have recently resigned their work Here. The main auditorium was filled automobile and from there will take a boat trip consuming a week after which they will join mrs no better laundry Serries can be had a every hour of the Day and night every Day of the week. Athens Auto laundry first floor Junod Miu building among the relatives her for the rendered two Fri Lay or Quot tary k Richey were or Carlos Henry Ami family Amesville or. Ralph Henry. Nelsonville or. Clarence Mur and the committee on arrangement Jones an j it on John it her .nr,.n_ planned a Short program which in Home in Martins ferry and a via Given. Company them to Athens. Rev. And mrs. C. M. Bond gave talks commending the work of Rev Smith while in Athens or. Gonad vane vocal a a it i Quot a much to the Delight of the Aud Nee. Prof. La Klebaur of the University eave a Short address. _ ,.a. Cue. Parkersburg. Xiv. A n. And miss at the close of the program de Quot a Carrie Richey of Albany Lici Vii refreshments a it re served. Rev. And mrs. Smith were pre anted with a gift of silverware As the misses Marion Coe and Virv in appreciation of their services Strider Are returning Hon rendered while Here. Evening from Lancaster arc they Lier. And mrs. Smith have Given have spent since Friday it the much of their time to the work of Camp grounds. The baptists Here. Too much can not be said of theolb tireless efforts mrs. Hoi Vav. Murphey. Athens. In bringing the Church to its pres and her Sisters. Mrs. Kila Keynes ent High Standard. And or. Clara Campbell of Logan. I left that City a furday morning on go. 1 a three weeks Western trip their Wilson. Objectives will be Chicago. Iii. Pep coming Jib a Happy Surprise to Arr. Colorado Salt Lake City Utah their Many Friend was the mar and Yellowstone Park. By mrs. Bush and laughter. Miss Given the honorary position of Marian who motored to Athens guarding the Tomb where Fie t. In with them. Inf the late president a Laid the following Day. The firing of the the woman missionary society military Salute Friday afternoon of the presbyterian Church will was not is sign a to Battery f As a meet. Tuesday afternoon at 2 30 in for More important station was the Church Parlours. The session riven to but of Landing the will be exceedingly shorten a Harding borne a Dav Fobb a count of the warm weather now Quot Horn ,1v re a Quot a a a it. While thousands passed through. _ Battery e went on duty at 4 3a word has been received her by a m when hot in no or in friends from mrs Mclaughlin. Ople wan to move ado wife of or. Mclaughlin of oui special hosiery prices lacked pure silk full fashioned broken loll of Black Cordovan and White. $2.75 grades for.$1.79 $2.00 grades for.$1.59 prevailing. The local hoi under Captain Monti Ndang the summer lieutenant tavern aet Angeles California. That a a Nant Klinger were station to a 11 i4 a Atli St. M i in and Brounn to Nome. �n<1 ? to lip h null Phodi with that wonder. Broil Tho or Twila on a nah a add of in c no i. Street in front of the Harding \ Hie. Olio is St in los major Rill lips Rose. Of new Home. Canki ri., a Ninfi one Friday. H re uts vie phey. Columbus mrs. Minnie rpm. V Ork it Ity. Pent saturday with his so Wolfe. No corp i ski in to i. I i is. L. I. Lose .6 last Nitro Call-<1 upon to it r la v e state Street lie left the same eve cd Alfh a a rung for Columbus on Bis Way to 0 a a a Rrt , so Francis o new Vienna to join mrs. Rose it it not it in a honorary this in bom of her parents. Or. And k1a�?z, it 0t the a caulk get re a. Hey mrs. Henry i. Williams. Menus menus oxfords High shoes broken lots at Black or Brown new $2.95 lasts Welt soles rub $3.95 Ber heels $5.95 $3.95 and $5.95 Hutchinson a ticket i oms to who i right avar in no Ai my your friends will Delight in your Pride Good furniture makes your Home what Man woman or child is there who is not fond of a Well furnished Home we have made the furnishing of cozy comfortable Homes our life study. In making our purchases we Are especially careful to select Quality with Good taste and we cordially invite All interested in the furnishing of an entire Home or a few Odd pieces to see our line. We can furnish the Home Complete beginning with the Wall paper on the Wall with draperies to match rugs and linoleum to harmonize a Gas or Coal Range to please the Cook and the proper furniture to Complete a beautifully furnished Home and to give added cheer and Comfort a Victrola or Hobart m. Cable piano for entertainment and pleasured. We consider it a pleasure and privilege to show our goods. Credit extended when needed ring on in Tunny it the Horn of the officiating rain str. Rev. A. Xiv. Wilcox of mins Brtha Cert nil Wilson. Athens and or. Clyde l. Joss Logan. The Brid is the daughter of or. And mrs. Guy a. Wilson of wont Union Street. So attended Athens High school also Ohio University and for the past year has held the position of Plant clerk for Tho Bell Telephone company of Nelsonville. The Groom is the son of or. And a los. Christopher gobs of Logan. Immediately following the ceremony or. And mrs. Gobs left on a Cloit honeymoon motor trip. They x. Ill i at Home after september Tirrit at Logan where or. Gobs i kids ii position As Cabinet maker a i a i the Owens furniture Coin a new Wil Obi rugs the voting places Ilia primary a Ito 11.i.,�?� Ben e Stablish d Iii Tim i in the spin in is by City auditor Griff Marion i Quot any of that City. S u prise Shower. Or. And mrs Albert Bartlett p pc a very delightful Surprise s i in r feet a their son and Daught a in or in. Or. And mrs. Charles la that Vivian stage at their i ii Quot on Elliott Street thursday o r ing. The marriage is one of recent Date. Xor. And mrs. Bartlett went away from Home for the evening and j v a n they returned at amp of clock 60 a its had assembled. The evening was enjoyably spent. Music on Var Iowa stringed instruments was fur \ pushed. The Young couple received Many p its. Ice Cream and cake were serv cd. Among the guests were or. Ami mrs. H. E. Stage Ani son Elmer of the Plains parents and brother of the Bride. Mrs. W. N. Alderman has had Hgt r recent guest her Niece miss Blanche Coleman of Morristown la. Move. Pc retry Christian i son ally thank d tie Battery through Captain . La and complimented them upon tie or re nil App to Inci and work it tin Harding Home. After the it Iowa procession bail moved to the Corm tory fur the final Fri dec. Batt i y e wan Nocas d that they might Brink in nip Mil e i Titi Fhi special train to Athens. Captain Walsh of company a 146th infantry a stationed with his officers and in n at the Marion depot whore they did Street guard arum Treffli in eng it moot linty blur in Athens for ing the two Days. Being Levy on tuesday from duty about Dou a. I. Friday company return d to Hie Camp. Late Friday or . There Aru it precinct Iii a Quot Fly saturday company i was tin four want of the City und Loco Quot eyed used to entrain for Camp Mea of the voting Booths will by a of Rry where they will go into i follows annual two Wei is Camp. Ward one pre. A Basi me. T of in in Man Church we St it. To it Reid i a. 2, molar Auto sales be North join t Street l re. 3, basement Cen-1 trill Avenue Church Central Avenue pre. 4, Eckley store room Corner Wist state Street Rind Central ave-1 nun pre. 6, Corner St Ore no West Washington and cemetery Ward two a pre. I basement of court House West Washington Street pro. 2. Searls Barber shop j 120 West to non Street Jere. I i Athens ice he storage co., factory Street. J Ward three a pre. I masonic Temple College Street pre. To by troop two had a Fine Camp near Harmony make friends with your Bank a real Hank one that la worthy of it name a can in your Best Friend of Yon will Only let it it will gladly Render Ami any a it Rvl re within i Power and will stick to you through thick and thin. The Security saving i that kind of Bank. Giro is a cd Anc to prove it to you. 4 1�?~fncfnt on time certificates i percent on savings accounts the Security savings Bank Athens. Orio in. La. Lawrence pre. Can. Of Blum cashier. F. H. Alderman vice pros. In p. In Kultau. Ami. J. H. Cline f. D. Forsyth w. B. Golden m. E. Trite l g. Worst. In 141 a. Toa l.�4 tit if i m l a it Wmk m to Eft ism a to to it 7157? to its Toh i Pitej who so a Oil after a five Der Outing. 24 my air of troop two of Hie Athens ment agricultural Hull Ding. It never scouts returned Friday night shy Terrace pre. 3. Training from Gilr Camp on Harmony Road school Park place where Almy were taken last monday Ward four pre. I City a Day Roy 1�?~ Oupor scout master of mrs. D. C. Snow 126 Morris Avenue. Will be hostess to the tuesday evening Needle club tuesday eve i Ding at 7 o clock. Trof. Ralph Kupi r of the Hamilton faculty Clinton. N. Y. Is visit Long his father or. C. W. Super and other Home folks. Or. And mrs. L. D. Mcginley and son. Lieutenant e. M. Mcgin-1 y of Hamilton arrived saturday evening by motor for a visit with mrs. Mcginley a Sisters the misses Clara and Amy Weir 65 East state Street. Miss Rhea Petit of Logan is the House guest until tuesday of miss Doris Sanders. Not Only new to us but new patterns something different in the carpet world. Royal a Shan the leading Quality reflecting the Best of Persia and the ottoman Empire. Rare designs Rich colourings combining to make America s Choice rugs. We can furnish your Home Complete with any design As they come in All sizes. A come and see them. I. City tre. 2, Brick Plant offre. East St Lei Street prot 3. C. D. Hopi in garage. 24 Morris Avenue pre. 4. Xiv a. Carpenter garage. 44 eur no place Jere. 5. F. R. Beasley Garag. East Carpenter Street pre. 6. Eagle building North court and Carpenter Street. The entries troop two. The boys spent the week roughing it sle Epling on the ground under Tho shelter ofv1i to Quot it. Merit badge in swimming a rewarded to five hons. To obtain these badge the boy had to swim 150 Yards to Yaril of which was on their Back surfacing Ellving i water Over their Bend and Demon miss Ruth Mccormick is leaving monday for Gallipolis to visit he aunt mr3. Edward Mccormick. During a four weeks Abse inca shei i will visit in Middleport Tho guest j of miss Vada of Neill returning i from tiers to Gall Polia Plain Chenille Rug a any color any size the Complete list of candidates strafing the eld scroll and eve Tor office in Athens is As follows a head strokes. The scout awarded mayor a. A. Noons and t. B. Badges Are Cloid Carmen Jack a Knusli City solicitor a. D. Preston. Ralph duper Harold Hughes councilman Charles p Rineck and Donald Kins. Mosi ire City auditor Griffith the following scout passed the Evans treasure re i. W. Brooks test for first class swimming John All tire Republican. Dowers Rodney Power. Ija Robl in Glouster the list i As follows Carmenjr Orest Dye Lark Swanson of Hyort a. G. Lunsfo a dem., and and George Brown. Tests were also j. I. Davis Harry Trasin and Gin Given the scout in signalling Parks rep., Marshall a. Xiv. Pioneering camping cooking and Cavey rep., and Henry Williams woodcraft. Dem Council William j. Rice. Villiam Miller John Crawford jr., Robert Skinner xxx. A. Pride Job Eph Richards a1 democrats and or. W. Ken nov Isaac Jones Lewis. J. Jones. John Faith. And of Ergo i Williams All republicans treasurer a Irgil Yaw dem and David it James rep. Clerk a. D. Allen rep., and Tom Mavin. Dem. Board a. I a for Money judgment.--. To i. Of Public affairs a. H. Chute c. A l3tedrnan \-0 of ath no a. V.,. A Young and William Guy Lin. Three Jud t Fop ljj5 int n a it Demor rats. And Holly Rodgers and from of Orch 5922 from Jfhn John Ranshaw both republicans Crawford. Of Glouster for supplies the Nelsonville line up Sony so 1 to him. Republican is mayor Earl s. My a John e. Purdue a a a Cunt and g. Xxx. president of ment for $ i too in damages from two suits filed in courts Dere i two suit. Have been flied in the Athens county rom Rhou our Council a. A. Kreng City treasurer Dow James cd y acid Loti a will to. Barker Council Jihn Owen. Al Dugan. C. A. Stover. Orlle a. Rider and Keplar. Eight weeks employment for loan men was recently provided by a the Spring clean of the Aquitania. Elmir m. Baker of Toledo As the result of an Automo Bik w Reck in which the two Mon figured five Miles North of Delaware recently. Purdue charges that Baker was driving carelessly negligently and unlawfully when he struck Thi plaintiffs Nash roadster and completely wrecked it i a a in in t a a a h a in in in a % in m in w w w v a a a 4 n in in in a a a a a a a in a Ain in 44 t Mummel Urr a Quot Jutz we enjoy the advantages of a living Trust you ran set aside a portion of your estate under a form of Trust agreement for the Benefit of your family and yourself. You ran deride All the term of the agreement and nl9 make the Trust revocable. Stir an arrangement would relieve you of rare and worry and would pro Klc you with a definite Toronto during your lifetime. Let ii explain the Many advantages that Corno from the making of a living Trum. Bank of Athens National banking association capital and surplus Over $300,000.00 the oldest Bank in Athens county. Founded xs65. A a a i Siva so

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