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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 4, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioClubs amp lodges officers club of Alexan have been awarded to students Dria chapter no 337, order of throughout the world. Eastern Star will hold its regular meeting thursday at 8 p. In the Home of mrs. Milton Maddy .101 Jefferson Street Alexandria by. Star sewing club Keturah chapter Oes will meet Friday at 1 p. M., in the Home of mrs. Harry keen 1208 Audubon Road Park Hills. Memorial services at Newport Church Lions club to Aid Hospital fete York rite masons of annual memorial services will Northern Kentucky will go to be conducted by Campbell and Danville by. Saturday for the Kenton county welfare committee of the Junior order of United j american mechanics and the of America sunday York rite Field Day of the grand commander. Of Ken Tucky. All Northern Kentucky York daughters rite masons Are invited to join nov. 8, at 7 45 p. In St. Paul the motorcade which will leave evangelical Church 24 East from the Newport end Covins a a h h s Newport. The Rev. Ton masonic temples at 11 a. Karl m detroy pastor will arrangements Are in charge of off Chat a demonstration of Flower Thomas j. Holton and Herman do a j. O. Tyson a state vice1 arrangements will be Given at the o. Levine who have asked Mem councilor of Kentucky or. Joan of arc Council Bers of the degree team to be at Ouam and member of Kenton Catholic ladies of Columbia at be meeting places on time. Council Erlanger will ser be As rrl5 p. Wednesday in the the local team will Confer the master of ceremonies for this holy Cross school cafeteria order of Malta and the order the thirty first annual service in Church Street Covington. 0f red Cross on the candidates memory of Junior owner and the a demonstration will be from the 39 comm Anderies in d. Of a. Members who passed Given by Rector Kron of the hut Kentucky. A the Centre College away during the past year ten amp Kron florists Covington Campus is the site for the Field William e. Smith past state 3 mrs. George Childers president Day. Councilor of Kentucky and Mem 1 will preside Over the business r Ber of Garfield Council Belle session that will follow the will give the principal demonstration. or a address in Beha Irot Tel Junior co hostesses forthe social hour older and mrs. Page it Are mrs. Louise Armstrong mrs. Erlanger methodist state councilor of Kentucky and Virginia Gribben and mrs. Ann Church will sponsor a Barbecue member of stars and stripes saturday from 5 20 to of dres p. In the lower level of of members of the Covington Lions club who will assist at the annual festival of the St. Elizabeth Hospital saturday and sunday Are pictured. From the left seated Are r. Miller Ray Fischer Marvin h. Matthews. Frank Anthe and Edwin Henry standing c. Hitter e. Stout George Flaig n. Guethlein Sam Kennedy Frank Brannen Tim Ertel and Dennis Daly proceeds of the fete go to hos Pital which is operated by the Booth Robert Fischer envelope Hessleman cake and ice Cream trober a. _ n Kaaz h a 1 inc pliik1 m w Arr Zehn Pippr Eltar i p. In me lower a even 01 me. A Licking Valley Council Church. The Public is invited. Welfare committee was Orean Sisters of the poor of St. Francis room nov Mugion to ions u Iuo Wirs. D. Of a., will hold its meeting mrs. Elizabeth l. Claunch of by a be a it a c Hamer a ticket Booth Harry Schneider Chest sir in r 4, i. Page 3-a, Bellevue i a private Eye i focus week of Royal am guest sneaker Bassadore of Southern Baptist. A Ai guest speaker for the fathers j convention began sunday at night of Ruth Bellevue Baptist Church with Moyer school Pat it. Thomas recognition of the a s of the tuesday nov. Church. Hosts and hostesses for a . the school a progressive supper for the i 1 be nor a members included or. And Man j. Sloan mrs. , or. And j c i n c i n n a to mrs. Frank Chase mrs. Sam a the p a silent Haigis mrs. Elmer Hassan or. And mrs. Fred Radel and or. Of a a and mrs. John Bingham. Have As his j mrs. Frank Chase Young peo subject Quot sex pleas Leader said the purpose of j pei.iem4s 0f a the a is to develop boys in mis pm vate eve a sinary knowledge prayer Stew classroom hardship and service. The pro vis Taxon will Gram includes recreation con prep the a Claves Camps and rallies. Participating in the week s activities were Boehnke Violet and William Feldman James John and Jerald Chase Terry Otten Woodrow Pemberton Charles Shanks Charles Rush John Haigis Charles Ward nral Boehnke Leonard a Combs Robert Prather Gene Lafavors Ronald Parker Lee and Ralph schoulthies Raymond and Gary bricking Ray and program from 7 to 8 p. Norman Sloan Friday at 7 p. M., in the Lodge Elm Street is anticipating the sized by the late Joel c. Harper in Newport in 1921. Its purpose Harry Schneider nurses of the Hospital t Schilling Silveri a la Ercer Fred John Kirk James Hassan and general chairman Sam groceries mrs. A. Wegener com lunch Herman doming re fresh George Freeman. Al. B. Itkoff optometrist 719 Monmouth St. Newport Hall 423 Madison Avenue Cov arrival of her sister mrs. Henry is to furnish the Public schools Kennedy said there will been Bina Tion Booth mrs. William a. Ments William Knauf finances in ton. After a Brief business Mccristal and mrs. Robert Black 0f be to counties with cards. Mrs. Harry j. William Schuette and Don Lang session members will go to of Harrodsburg ky., who will and american flags. Since the Eit aliment for Young an o Humpert social games mrs. Lor Outh. Covington Standard club Junior order Hall Latonia to visit for several Days. Organization Date there have including Booths offering Mer Etta Meyers Turkey Booth Larry will be in charge of the Barj assist in the quarterly meeting been hundreds of such presenta Chandise and and initiation ceremonies. Offi mrs. John Martin of tons. Cers and team members Are asked Graves Avenue was in Lexington a the Public is invited to attend to Wear White uniforms. Mrs. Saturday for the Lambdi Chi the service. Edith Haggard is councilor. Alpha luncheon held at the uni a _ r varsity of Kentucky. Her son in a Campbell county Junior Gary Martin who returned Home 11 chamber of Commerce will meet with her enj0yed a visit Over the 1m 9 monday at 7 p. William Anderson general manager of sanitation District no. 1 of Campbell and Kenton counties will be the principal speaker. Anderson a Over workers from the knights of co to set Salea Dale icon Fernee slated Lumbus councils Standard club,1 Lexington ky., Nelv. 4�? Frankfort kv., nov. 4�?j daughters of Isabella nurses at up a sales dates for the 1953-j Pic state government officials the Hospital and City employees 54 auction season in the Burley and civic figures will take part have volunteered their Sei \ ices Oto per we fixed today in the annual conference of the week end with his parents. Or. And mrs. De Young 1 1 cards and socials Are on the. _ second lesson on Rug program for afternoon and eve a a a meeting of the sales com Southern association state plan braiding will be presented when of the Burley auction Juning and development agencies. A a c. I the Forest Hills homemakers Kennedy announced the Fol warehouse association. The in Asheville n. C., nov. 16-18. A were the club meets Friday at 10 30 a. i lowing appointments for the Market opening Selling hours ver w j re in St Mark evangelical and re Booths to be operated grocery and Market holidays will be de armed forces advisor Booth will pm Budko a or termed by the comm Ltee. State of Kentucky will give an Kentucky address on a a a civilian defense Quot Canada geese Graze in pastures like sheep. 3 i dividend on Savins equity 8v�r 506 open a savin6s account now organized 1879-reserves in excess of 25% the grand Central building Ond savings association 526 York St. Newport he 6349 a Pillow slip social sponsored by Edgar b. Ritchie unit american legion auxiliary Ludlow will be held Friday nov. 6, at 8 p. M., in legion Hall s5fl West Elm Street Ludlow. Proceeds will be used for child welfare and Community service programs of the unit. Mrs. Chirles Akins unit president invites the Public to attend. The Louisville so Nashville veterans club will meet at 8 p. Monday at Heidell shall Twenty first and Russell streets Covington. Secretary j. E. Miller said a Here will be an election of officers for the coming year. Refreshments will be served following the business session. Campbell county Gold Star mothers Are requested to assemble at St. Vincent de Paul Church South Newport sunday nov. 8, at 8 45 a. M., for a United memorial service. / officers directors and committee chairmen of the Covington rotary club met with Lee Cooper Blackey ky., District governor of rotary International tuesday in the chamber of Commerce Covington. Cooper discussed the promotion of International understanding through the scholarships for graduate students to study abroad. He said since the program was established in 1947, a total of 493 rotary fellowships when furniture think of Dine s the Henrietta Circle held their october meeting at the Erlanger Christian Church with mrs. Herbert Angel presiding. In attendance were mrs. Eva Meyer mrs. E. H. Hedrick mrs. Guy Metcalf mrs. Jesse Courtney mrs. Stella Barton mrs. Robert n. Haley 1 mrs. Mary Kuhling mrs. W. N. Mcneil mrs. William Folmer mrs. Sue Sanders mrs. Eva Sears mrs. Fred j. Ruppel mrs. Walter Frakes mrs. Logan Anderson and a guest mrs. A a h. Kelley of Price Hill. Mrs. Herbert Angel president presided at the october meeting of the Henrietta Circle of the Erlanger Christian Church held i in the Church. Devotions were a led by mrs. Anna Mathews and refreshments were served by mrs. Joe Cook and mrs. A. 1 Ricer i or. And mr8. Mayo Taylor have returned to their Home in Hallam Heights following a visit with their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs Oscar Gibbs of Lexington. Association to meet Louisville ky., nov. 4�? pm a meeting tomorrow s Challenge through a look at Home economics today will be the theme of the Kentucky Home economics association during its annual meeting Here Friday and saturday. / with practice and careful aiming an open sight can be used effectively out to 200 Yards or More on Large game. But you can draw a finer Bead with a rear Peep sight. No Money Down pay As Little As just arrived Biack Day designed for uhf and vhf open. Every night till 9 . Covington amp Newport stores Only enjoy yourself 17�?� table to no Money Down pay Only $2 we. Limited Quantity 0 phone your order he 7413 21&Quot table to new Low prices from $00095 pay Only $0.50 a we. Open tonight till 9 p. One hour delivery 1-hour delivery to beef its Elizabeth Hospital sponsored by Circle of mercy crusaders club and the student nurse saturday sunday. Nov. 7 and 8black-Daylite Ultra vision be 7to 1 Winner of nationwide / picture comparison pay Only 50wk. Used to sets 10�?o$29s1 Down pay As Little a free Home trial he 741321�?o console Sale Price Fay Only big Trade on your old to set at the Hospital auditorium 21st and Eastern ave., Covina Monreal fun a a a a Booths for Alili m sandwiches both days1 or for the me a cards both afternoons starting at 1 30 Many Fine several awards grand prizes enjoyment for Young and old take Riel Era ave Ane Batee the Heep Lal open every evening until 9 p. M

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