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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - March 31, 1957, Athens, Ohio Sunday messenger a sunday March 31, 1957 reigning cat and dogs a in Augsburg Germany the i lion lies Down with the Boxer and a whole family of boxers at that. The big cat was a gift to the Willy Hagen Beck circus from emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia. Ever since it arrived it has been a close Friend of a Daisy a the Boxer. When the dogs pups arrived the lion assumed a Friendly a big brother role. Pm. Pleasant society 4-h unit to meet the Busy Bee 4 ii club will pics and their use Crank will preside. Mrs. Ray meet monday at 7 p. In. At the Point clean out i Erst nals Homo of Marilyn Smith Mossman a i Circle Maurice Mayes of Henderson _ underwent surgery Friday morn Ling at the veterans Hospital in j m n i ians heeling Huntington. Mayes is employed mrs. E. W. Stevens is chairman a the local Post office. Of the program committee for the Lawrence Wright of Ohio St. April meeting of the a pcs of returned to his Home Friday Trinity methodist Church tues from the veterans Hospital in Day at 7 30 p. In. In the Church Huntington. Social room. Mrs. Stevens will or. And mrs. Riley Swartz and review the Book a Mission children Patty and Bobby of mrs. J. A. Blankenship presi Jmarion Ohio Are spending the Dent will conduct the business weekend with her brother in Law session and miss Marjorie Waldie and sister or. And mrs. Ray Wilt be in charge of the Devotion Crank Winfield re. Al program. Members of the or and mrs. Byron Ballangee Miriam Circle will be hostess. Of Jefferson blvd., entertained with a birthday party saturday Cluff to study Taft rim afternoon at their Home honouring my u it a a it he birthday of their daughter the i Lahee Homo Demontra li�?zj5,. Jean the gues1s w Rej Hon club will meet wednesday a Lvi a avers and as0 awarded game prizes. Refreshments at i p. In. At the Home of mrs. I. U Blain Gallipolis ferry. Mrs. Howard Garland president and mrs. John Gill presi of cake ice Cream and Orange aide were. Served to Joyce Stewart Jeannie Dent of the club s Council will be Cas Vicki How a Kichard we. In charge of the lesson study Onave Johnson Pamela Buff the subject a a Tare and Purchas Lia,.hara Adkins Gary my of new fabrics. Adler Martin and Linda Craw Public herring set 1�?Ts Betsy Quillin and Charles the Mountain climbers 4-h Carol Heiskell a student at the chd. Will hold its Public meeting Cha in schoo or girls a plus. April 9 at the Bruce Chape Par Burgh is spending a Spring Vaca. Ish at 7 30 p. In. Jimmy Mitchell Tion with her parents or and president will be in charge of mrs John Heiskell Park drive. The meeting. Parents of the members Are invited to attend. Home Luff to meet mrs. Harold supple of Henderson will be hostess monday evening at her Home to the Pioneer Home demonstration club. Mrs. Andrew Mccausland will be in to ask for mrs. Alice Bradshaw of fifth St., is a medical patient at hol Zer Hospital. Randall Garland a student at we est Virginia University is i spending the weekend with his parents capt. And mrs. Howard i Garland Gallipolis ferry. Mrs. Fannie Piatt of eleventh cd Inge of the lesson study on the a a her Home with Meas i leg subject a research of new fab _ or o a s s 11111 i be sure l r ii Quot i i pluses heard Point pleasant a Julia Kelly Jerrico Road charged with felonious assault waived her Case to grand jury when she was arraigned Friday before Justice of peace a. M. Goodwin. William and Glena Grimm charged with assault and Battery waived their cases to the grand jury at a preliminary hearing Friday. All three gave Bond. Don f. Woodard pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and paid a Fine of $50 and costs and his Drivers License revoked for six months. The sheriffs depart j ment was the arresting office. Point firemen put out Small Blaze in Home oven fresh Rich loaf a pastries a bread Point pleasant a the Point pleasant fire department was called to the Home of or. And mrs. Norman Scarberry Gallipolis ferry Friday evening where fire started from a stove a _ a a pipe in the living Rex in. Damage at your grocers i was estimated at $200. The new Home is owned by sheriff and mrs. Earl c. Mohr. Firemen making the run were Harry Flowers Steve Miller. Frank Henry Paul Sayre Clinton Gillespie and Paul Wood. This was the second fire in two is _. A. In splays. About $2, xxx damage was a Glouster , it done to the Home of or. And mrs. a. T. Carney Leon thursday. I it s wonderful for Toast. I it s Best for sandwiches. I ifs tops for eating i Rich a loaf inc. Boys dress hats 1.99 dress hats to match the suits and sport outfits in Flattop and shaped crowns. F in Tri Aston orto Athens. 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