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Athens Sunday Messenger Newspaper Archives May 20 1923, Page 3

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Athens, Ohio Guam r so. Or a a a a a a the Sundet messenger Helso Mue my i it a Iona by to speak Heri rooms of the Church. Miss Eliza attendance contest has re Beth Galbreath a returned Mission cent closed in the Circle of Ruth Ary from the Etah Mission in India class of the presbyterian sunday will be a special truest at this Dan school by the terms of this contest Ner. At seven of clock miss Gal to Quot he losers were to banquet the Braith will speak in the main Audi winners so tuesday evening has thorium of Tho Church. To this Mot been decided upon As the Day. The in p the lad is of the Mit Vignary bequests at a 6 o clock dinner will piety Are invited and to women be the winners and the Patr Nesses and men of that Ity who will be and will be held in the dining interested in Lier it Osag an invitation is extended i far Quot. Truck. See Bartlett Tho messenger members participated in this af-1 agent at Nelsonville or just mail your and direct to the want and department. Chiropractic the better War to health. It l. E. Cash chiropractor j is a leak Mil Mitt Tan r Palmer school graduate office hours 10-13 a. Ji., 3-5 and 5-5 p. M. Colonial building Nelsonville Ohio we close thursday at noon. Sue will be assisted by 17 Young Mon and women of Tho Church As her lecture is in the form of a Pagan. She will bring native costumes with her for her assistants. Every one interested in Mission should hear her. Weiner roast the members of the Epworth league of the methodist Church enjoyed a Weiner roast and spread on Mason City Hiu Friday night. Rev. And mrs. George e. Tifft chaperoned the merry party. The weiners were roasted and a regular feat was enjoyed. Games and general Good time was enjoyed. Sixty 0001 00000000001 i due May 20th, 1923 All Victory Bonds Are due May 20tk, and after that Date your interest ceases. We will accept All Victory Bonds at Par and accrued interest to May 20th for Deposit at 5%. Bring in your Bonds and let us collect them for you and keep your Money working All the time. The Nelsonville Home amp savings association entertain choir or. And mrs. Walter Whitlach delightfully entertained last evening at their country Home Tho members of the methodist choir and their families and Rev. And mrs. Tifft. Tho affair was planned for mrs. Mae Stratton Wilson a recent Bride and the organist for the methodist Church. A Fine social time was enjoyed. The honoured guest was presented with gifts of Cut Glass and Linen. Wild Flowers had been used in Tho decorations which made the Whitlach Home very attractive. At a late hour in delicious two course luncheon was served to 40 guests. Obituary hyper ors entertain hts bands the Baird Home. 147 Riverside was the scene of a pretty social function Friday night when the la Dies of the hyperion club entertained their husbands. At five o clock a Bountiful dinner was enjoyed. Fifty members were in attendance to enjoy this affair which is the last meeting of the year. A social time followed Ilia dinner. Rain or Shine messenger want ads get results. No matter what the weather Man has to say. A have you some household articles a car or a piece of real estate you want to sell quickly a messenger want and will turn the As we go through life and Are Busy with our daily occupations we and it our duty to do Many things that Are sad. Death so often comes always unwelcome and in har it and always sorrow follows. So today we write a sketch in Miter of one who has lived Long and Well. Emeritus Rhoades daughter of or. And mrs. John Rhoades of Jackson county Ohio was born december 24, 1844 and died May to aged to years four months and in Days. J Early in november she was stricken with illness and since then has never improved. On wednesday. May to 1921. After months of suffering she breathed her last and her spirit quietly took its flight to fairer regions. On August i 1861 she was United in marriage with John Hutchens. Who passed from this life ten years ago ending a married life of More than fifty Sears. Of this marriage were born nine children four girls and five boys one having preceded her in death. They Are mrs. C. Hoffner of Barberton John of fresh shipment Whitman a chocolates just in. Colonial confectionery Public Square Nelsonville capital a Schoran indestructible Range a of a cast Iron Price like Cut. Square and High closet a $46.00 Here a a Range with big heavy lined fire Box and exceptional Large flues which assure Good draft under All conditions. They Are made with Many Little conveniences which is a source of constant pleasure to users such As oven door kicker Towel Rod combination top shelf High wanning closet enamelled Reservoir. These and Many other conveniences make the capital Anchor the Range for you. The size of oven in illustration is 18x 18x20, size of top 42 inches x 26 there Are six holes 8 inches each. A Are exclusive dealers for the capital Anchor Nelsonville mrs. Phillip Strauss of Athens James of Pomeroy William of Cincinnati mrs. T. A Jones. Or. William Reekie and Charles of a Uhrig Lawn. Of Butler a. Having preceded her to the j great beyond. There Are left of her immediate family two Brothers i William of Zaleski and one sister Tabitha Stephenson of Murray City also thirty two grandchildren eleven great grandchildren and a number of relatives and friends who will always remember her. Two grandchildren whose Mother died she reared As her own and both children have faithfully Caroa tor Lier during her last years. She was United with Tho methodist Church and confessed her Faith in Christ before she passed Awny. Thus ends the record of the life of one w to has Long been one of us who Tinl shed her life work and is now. We Trust enjoying the plaudits of that one who has said a Well done thou Good and faithful servant enter thou into the Joy of thy two More hands Are gently folded on a Darling mothers breast. Two More feet have ceased to wander. Through life a Stormy wilderness. A Quot to is i it at. No dear mothers face appearing when the breakfast tables spread no dear Mother to Kneel and listen when our evening prayers Art said. And when Ere we see a Mother. Who has Wavy curly hair. And a voice so kind and gentle and a face so Sweet and fair. Then we Long for our dear Mother and the years seem Long to Watt till in hear in we Shalt meet her Safe inside the Pearly Gate. Sleep on Mother thy pains Are Over Sweet is thy rest Oft needed before. He sent his dear Angels to help you j Over. And waft you Awny to that Blissful Shore. Card do thanks. We wish to thank the friends and neighbors for the kindness shown us during the illness and death of our dear Mother Rev. Wottring for his consoling words to the ones who donated ears i Hood let for his services Anil we also desire to express our sincere thanks to the friends for the Beautiful Flowers or. Anil or. William heckle no fault y. Ii Tunis Mvi s Hom Defiance William j Harris from Tex a who has been held for three months under indictment of fraudulent Sale of Oil stocks to Hicksville resident has furnished a 11 ooh reduced Bond and returned to Texas Quot Fine Rte purchasers receive samples on Ltd Atlanta search of flu Reed. Widely known Over Ria for his alleged connection a a Fine Rye liquor swindles hog tended to Atlanta. Jul Reed ii is said took order totem j a Fine Rye whiskey and Offort zit samples As he went. The Sam pit were genuine it is said but that All the victim received for i Moi by Mascot is lost Bellaire Arf Ching for their Mascot a tiny kit ten. The pet was stolen from police station it la believed. I i amp Navy stores of Nelsonville and Athens always furnish men and boys with better merchandise for less Money than they pay Center of interest is special on White Lea strictly pure White Lead per too lbs. $13.75.we have a Complete line of paints varnishes stains brushes linseed Oil and turpentine. Vav p h o no graphs Anat perfect at science could make it and a revelation to All who hear it for the first for our Hanna paint and varnish demonstration to a held at our store on May 10th, 11 the and 12th. C. L. King the Cable hardware co. Established 1865 Busy Ever since the a Nch set Storc Majestic Nelsonville monday May 21st lust Ca Ca a Xiv in anti the York $150 Home furnishes Nelsonville Ohio Hickman s Nelsonville a \ Quot a Ott v a. In f s pm \4 philippine hand pm Bro dered Chemise v and gowns. White crepe de Chine Crettet sit so at to a a a a a a a a a a a to it a a Ara a White Satin per Yard a a. A a a Twa e. To. White crepe de Chine a per Yard. Whit. Voile.<300 per Yard a a a a a a a a a a a a a purses silk Hose a1 colors. Beautiful line of dresses in linens voiles Ging hams and ratings. I Nelsonville dry goods company 69 w. Washington Street the ready to Wear shop in to Roy Stewart in a under secret orders a Continuo show starting at 1 30 p. M. 1& and 25c. Coming tuesday. Katherine Mcdonald in a Refuge be

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