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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 17, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioFac a 2-� the times Star tuesday november 17, 1953 women in Church Jmst Swetman Maud Redfield and Charlotte Eshelman and visitors mrs. America Taylor and mrs. Nancy Harp. St. Mark evangelical formed Church Latona Are to during their thank offering boxes the noon luncheon members women a Guild titled a that the world May ladies Bible class. St. Paul and re All women the evangelical and reformed lurch Are invited to attend. Church Covington will meet a a a thursday at 8 p. M., in the in. Anna 1 ranges world in it Cli urch with mrs. Edna Currin to the noon luncheon wednes Madison Avenue Baptist Church dint mrs William Burk Day in the Church. Mrs. Harwood Covington meet thursday pm a conduct the Devouton i serv Meyer a it luncheon chairman 7 a a p. a the w Houf will Tuow mrs. Ralph Brand will conduct mrs. Ellis Hodge is hostess. Hostesses Are mrs t Jeff de the afternoon business session. Mikrut be boar a tends and mrs. John a Ruael. A Mission study Community women s auxiliary Baptist Mizpah class Immanuel Mission collection sheets and Home Northern Kentucky aft Church a Ovington will canned goods for the Baptist Heid a luncheon meeting u. The thurs at 8 0 in the Home and mending for the Cov Home mrs b. A. Boyers mrs. Ruth Mills 221 East in tort protestant children s Delaire court it Thomas. Plans twentieth Street with mrs. Ethel hatae were included in the were made for thanksgiving and a co hostess november session Mary Gould Christmas treats for residents missionary Circle Southside the Home. Those in attendance a pcs Salem methodist Baptist Church Covington. Mrs were mesdames e Perkins Glorch Newport will meet Harty Dunn was hostess and w. N. Carnes. Nelson Applegate. A thursday at 11 a. M., with mrs. Mrs. O. J. Steger led the Devo r a Boyers. Bower Tieman and Elmer sense presiding. The tons and presented the study Charles Watson. Morning will he devoted to in topic. Mrs. Lloyd Wiley Sang portent business transactions. A How Beautiful upon the a thanksgiving was tit assert luncheon at noon will also present were theme for the november meeting followed at 1 . By lesson mrs. W. E. Martin Leader and Circle 3, a pcs first meth study and devotions. Mrs. A mesdames Paul Mckinley. Hud Olsi Church Covington held in Rion Roettger miss Lillie Henken a a Uella r. S. Everman Mary top trip a Hov foe. Mrs William and mrs. Elbert Sedam Are Hostia. Jump Mary Lawson Ida Merrick hostess was assisted by . Nolte b. R. Walking and visit mrs Flancy Harp. Mrs. A. A. Or my a Larnes h. Jones Leroy p Lee a Pence the meeting with a a try and Howard Dunn. D mrs. W. E. Park led w mrs t c. Reed and in the Church. The executive Beni Circle women Weidenkoff past session is at 10 15 a. M., and Guild Christ evangelical and mrs amp honoured in a general Assembly at 11 a. a Foley armed cd Chat Thomas the . Lowed by a program and lunch Jive 2� t life memberships. Brief Eon. Mrs. Harrison Mulford a thank the work a Cincinnati will be the guest Honoreen were Given by speaker. Devotions will be led . Pm us who my mrs. e. H. Milter. Pm. 5 the fifth generation \ a members arc hoit6s86b for the Fred Bley and mrs. William a Cunningham. Hostesses for the service nop dessert luncheon will Beix a in missions and that mrs r. L. Ames a. Few h. Kimmerle h. Klein and is. A Crogman. A business meeting j he follow in a three meditations thankfulness Quot was Given by mrs. J. Crusaders class Grace h. Earnest. Met Fodist Church Newport will meet tuesday at 7 45 p. In Pogue the Church with mrs. Wayne head w. F. Hinkle William Hinners presenting the third Les Merrick Frank Mitchell t Ltd Conier. Hostesses Are mesdames son in the Mission study Book Reed Daisy Tingle the misses w Pinaley Homer Newkirk Loretta Rudy and Robert White. Circle 1, under leadership mrs. William Flaherty will conduct a bake Sale in connection with the meeting. Bellevue wedding i a pcs first methodist Church Covington will meet thursday reformed will meet thursday a. M., in the Church offering emphasis program will be led by mrs. Ira Gray As be listed by mrs. Edward puff mrs. Edward tru Sehell mrs. Represents. Day her family giving Denten to the Church and its Erlanger social Turkey Booth to feature a pcs. Shinkle methodist Church Covington will have its Hronek chairman Weidenkoff is the Mother mrs. Jun Creon business session and i. Hanson c. Huene Mack head a past Secretary it program thursday beginning at 11 30 a. M., in the Church with mrs. Franklin Pitts presiding. Miss Mary Lena Wisehart it. Thomas conference Secretary . Supplies will speak a Scien present were mesdames a. A. To fac knowledge a j. H. Earnest. Mark so we trod red by he program chairman mrs. William marriage miss Loretta Jean Sendelbach daughter and mrs. Peter a. Sendelbach Berry Avenue Bellevue to . John j. Mittlehauser son . And mrs. Mittlehauser Sayler Park o., was solemnized oct. 17 in sacred heart Church Bellevue with the Rev. Carl j. Merkle officiating. The couple will reside at 5713 Eula Avenue Green acres o., following a honeymoon sojourn in the South. Save time save Money save Effort 1 �5� special checking account the Cost is 10c for each Check issued regardless the amount the Check. Checks Are sold in books Twenty. No minimum balance required More convenient than Money Orden Lett expensive More Businesslike open your account at the officers platform. It Only Tokos Foto moments you la like a special checking account l. A Yea Tiona Ank Merican Monmouth at seventh Newport a pcs Calvary methodist Church Bellevue will meet wednesday at 10 30 a. In the Church for a business session and a special program Quot alcoholism Quot including a Short film. Members Are to bring sandwiches. The Sunshine Circle meets wednesday at 1 30 p. Dorcas class Ludlow Christian Church will meet Friday in the Home mrs. Hal Highhouse 722 West Oak Street. A pcs. Alexandria methodist Church will meet wednesday in the Church. Mrs. William e. Park conference Secretary status women will be the guest speaker. All members Are urged to be present. Educational chapter woman a auxiliary St. Andrew episcopal Church it. Thomas will meet wednesday at 1 p. In the Home mrs. David f. Apple 57 Mayfield Avenue with mrs. Roy Francis presiding. Mrs. Paul b. Kiel will review the second part the Book a that the world May know a by the Rev. Charles Ransom. Mrs. Paul cow Hig will review an article in the current Issue Forth Magazine. All women the Parish Are invited. Newport a family style Turkey dinner and supper will be served Friday from 11 a. To 1 . And from 5 to 7p. In the evangelical United Brethren Church ninth and Ann streets. The Public is invited. Covington social in celebrating fathers Bessie Slater As hostess. Mrs. Of Josef h Etc the Lloyd Pat observed a rams car arrangements have been com american education week with r need by Howard Jenkins. Plet a for the annual fall festival open House and class room Visi j theme was a giving a St �?�,05<�?~ph Church Covington. A scripture Reading by mrs. 10 be held Friday and gave mater a poem. A thank , in the ii Bool at a to mrs. Jenkins a Reading. A no Scott streets it in Quot and wholehearted by mrs. Edward monday 1 a Turkey Booth sponsored by thanksgiving a bounced following a meeting a the committee and volunteers tation. Mrs. Richard Robinson the devotional. Special un7erbdirosrf Juk for Quot a it a pol mar j i Tichenor was the thanksgiving by mar a v be. a ssh members the panel the festival. The Booth win be were mrs. O. K. Price social plans made for a Christ committee headed Karats i a a. To the Hehman and Ray a a a a mrs. Bessie Slater will mond Buhr. Of the. Phi Ctm a social also will be Given preparation . William Oder pro Garrii phases work that touch bus ate asked to make reservations moral and spiritual values. Or. By nov. 22. Wiches Wihr nth will a. W Lancaster a class won the refreshments were served to a variety other Booths will attendance award. Tie following mesdames Frank a in charge ctr other societies the social hour was supervised i Ickey Everett Kidwell edward6 Church. Harry l. Nienaber by mrs. James Owens. Lessen John Haskell Edward 1 is Kenera chairman the Oom i Iehl Howard Jenkins Elsie Mittee in charge with mrs. Mel Simon Kenton chapter Jarrell Frank Heilman James a Vin Hehman As co chairman and the Dar held their regular Thaxton mrs. Bessie Slater and miss Ann Honemann As Secre monthly meeting at a luncheon Jirs. Harry Davis. Tary. In the Kentucky room the proceeds will go into tha Myca. The pledge to the Flag Church building fund. A series was followed by a devotional butter cheese free improvements were made tha conducted by a mrs my Emmett Chi run Church recently end further in in keeping with armistice a Wka a n a w 1 prove ments Are being planned. Day l. Gabriel commented Campbell county welfare a briefly the several armistice association announced that but re ii 1778, 1918 and 1945, and theirl ter and cheese will be distributed Poepl Jill i Meadows cultural traits the Rev. Or Holtzbauer. Academic ave Churg the Christmas Muj Vogt lat much bus changed by the members who it pal a to iness men . Mayo Taylor Are asked to make reservations Friday a Ture and Sand was highlighted Box clothing and Christmas gifts for the Kate Duncan Smith school. For her part the program mrs. Albert Goehr a member game an interesting resume her trip to Valley forge and a memorial Tower built by contributions the daughters. Regular meeting the wms will be held thursday nov. 19, at Erlanger Baptist Church at 10 30 a. James Lucas foreign correspondent will speak at the a significance in history. A wednesday at 9 30 a m. At the the regular business meeting Newport health Center 24 West packing a fourth Street. She said those Sembly Bellevue High school with identification cards will be students thursday. He Given the products. Talk his korean experiences. A la the great Nawf tinier fit a i u s Royal traction grip get Safe stops sure starts get the Breah Way traction you need to plow through deep now Sticky Gumbo mud. Get this modern traction tire designed for modern cars with. Quiet running exclusive tread s engineered to banish annoying hum and whine Ordinary traction tires pavements. Soft ride tha original air ride Low pressure Principia absorbs Shock smothers vibration rutty rough roads. Us a extra mileage extra deep Semi rib tread design Rolls smoothly a does t scuff Chip away Rob you tire mileage. To wait buy today smart looks Mode with White sidewalls to match your front tires keep your car s Short est appearance Oil year. Alock Wolls too. A Hosp Quot we carry our own accounts tire and appliance 8th and Orchard sts., Newport co 4613 Sumerel n. Kentucky s most modern recapping Plant attractive and decoration were displayed by a local Florist. Or. William Wasser at the meeting Covington to Naan a club monday. The Garden department under chairman ship mrs. J. C. Dur ret presented the guest speaker. Mrs. J. C. Williams accompanied by mrs. Frank Walker Sang Quot Iris a by Wolf a who can Tell a by Kreisler and a so far from the sea a by Carrie Ware. For the Tea mrs. Charles Murray and mrs. Zemer Jones were in charge and mrs. Leo Shewalter and mrs. George Ross poured. In addition to those already mentioned there were in attendance mesdames h. W. Miller John Konrad j. R. Bennett George Bingham v. S. Tumey Leroy Carr j. L. Stephens j. E Perry a. C. Chapman m. H. Kendall a. A. Anderson Belle Ankrom r. V. Hodges d. T Mclaren James Lyons c. D Rex and the misses Birtie Jordan and Charlotta Eshelman. Woman a auxiliary William Booth memorial Hospital will have an executive Board meeting wednesday at 1 30 p. M., followed by a general session at 2 p. in the auxiliary room at the Hospital. Mrs. Frank Kok Zauner will preside. A report the recent Turkey dinner will be read. Brig. Alvena Wood super inter sent will be the speaker. A Tea hour will follow with mrs. Charles Coffelder in charge. Chairman the second an Nual convention the Covington diocesan Council National Council Catholic women mrs. Mark a. Theissen entertained in her Home Levassour place Sun Day evening with a Buffet supper in Honor members the diocesan Board and distinguished visitors Here for the convention which closed monday evening. Assisting mrs. Theissen this occasion were miss Rosemary Mcneeve mrs. James Gilliece mrs. Gayle Whaley miss Rosemary Gorey mrs. Clarence Noonan and miss Virginia Hayes Lexington. Guests included Bishop Covington William t. Mulloy d.d., Bishop Wichita kans Mark Carroll. S.t.d., mrs. R. W. Warner. Nashville tenn., a cow provincial director mrs. James Dougherty Beeville tex. Mrs. Gerald Rennett grand rapids Mich. Mrs. Michael Geraci Cleveland Mrs. Louis j. Muth mrs. Frank l. Mccarthy miss Marguerite Mclaughlin mrs. John Emerson Lewis miss Cornelia Reagan mrs. James a., Berry miss Oleva Ginnocchio Lexington mrs. Charles w. Rhodes mrs. James l. Gorey Paris mrs. P. W Comer Mays Ville mrs. A. J. Bisceglia Middlesboro mrs. Margretta Teu Bert Ashland mrs. Lundrigan Brooksville miss Theresa Duhme mrs. Elmer Heile mrs. John Weidl mrs. Albert Wordeman mrs. Charles Bogenschutz. Mrs. E. H. Bode jr., mrs. Clarence Rice mrs. R l. Drum fled mrs John b. Read mrs. Robert Campbell miss Nell Regan miss Eleanor Mckenna mrs. Raymond slay line miss Irene Paulus the Rev. Allen Meier the Rev. Thomas finn and the Rev. Charles Hofer. For a Turkey dinner and an hour Fellowship the following members i Riyal workers class and their families gathered Fri Day in Trinity methodist Church. Lafonia messes and mesdames d. F j Caplinger Terrill Travis Charles ferryman. H w. Bratton Perry a Martin Larue Downey David Irvine Perry Brown. Ralph Howard Dave Alther. Lee Norris Robert Neely Roy Haley Lawrence Taylor. Roy Carter. Don Campbell the Rev. And mrs. K. To. Potts. Mesdames Grace Bond a Myrtle Grueter Cornelius Shotzman. Bertha Bromback and the misses Florence Hatfield Dayton Little Flower society St. Bernard Church will Moat thursday at 8 15 . Executive Board Dayton woman a club will meat thursday nov. 19, at 1 p. M., in the Home mrs. Bower Tieman 335 sixth Avenue. Anita Keeney and Geraldine Union thanksgiving Keeney. Among the children ervice sponsored by the Kenton county protestant association were Eddie and Joy Caplinger Tju be at the methodist Church Betty and Carol Bond jiml0 a. Mgt i thursday nov. 26. Grueter Nancy Bratton Patsy the speaker will be the Rev. Martin Jarette Downey Kathy j Koon with other pastors Elaine David and Allen Brown and choirs assisting. The Rev. Bobby Howard Joyce Alther Ijohn Tilton the methodist Charles Norris Ronnie and Bobby a Church will reside Neely Kathy and Cheryl Haley Jerry and Bertie Taylor Joan meeting Friendly class Carter and Sigrid Vickie and Erlanger Christian Church was Donna Campbell. 1 eld at the Church with mrs., fax a oms St Ommo Iman j Loans for new construction j Leo remodel refinance j your .l mortgage j i we have the plan to meet your wants i i it. Thomas building amp loan 16 n. It. Thomas ave. It. Thomas by. = i meets every thursday j to 3 p. And 6 30 to 9 . 11 j phones i 3302, i 3600 and effective nov. 22, 1953 by using the Thrifty weekly 5c i fare permit a my Vav you Chin r a anywhere in the Basic fare zone Over the Green line system in Northern Kentucky. And you la be travelling the Thrifty Way. The smart and economical Way. You la save time and Money. A. With the new weekly 5c fare permit. The u. S. Census Bureau estimate that an Manean la bom. Avery 0 seconds the average. How can you use it each week you May Purchase for 80c, a Green line system 5c fare permit. Show permit to operator and Deposit 5c in fare Box. This entitles you to ride anywhere in the greed line Basic fare zone in Northern Kentucky for 5c per ride. In other words by using the permit you pay 5c where the regular fare is 15c 12 v5c Token. When and where May it be bought from your operator from the supervisor at 3rd and York 3rd and court saturday sunday monday. What is the Basic fare zone the Basic fare zone in Kentucky is that area formerly served by the Street car lines and includes Covington Newport it. Mitchell Ludlow Bromley it. Thomos Dayton Bellevue it. Wright Lookout Heights pork Hills Southgate South Hills and s. It. Mitchell. Is the permit Good for rides into Cincinnati no. Why does no to it cover other areas this permit has been instituted a four month experimental basis and the continuation its use a Extension to cover other areas a will depend the Success the plan. How often each permit card is Good for one week Only sunday through saturday. You May use this permit often As you like within the one week period. With the payment 5c for each ride. Who May use the permit anyone who wishes but More than one person is not permitted to use it at a time. What is its purpose to make it possible to ride More for less Cost. Why walk 4 to 10 blocks hard paving when you can ride for Only 5c? does the 5c fare permit save you Money v yes for the frequent rider. Look at the following Chart and determine where you fit in. Number Cost Tor so to Cost total weakly Cost if number por ride saving rides using Parmit Token rides using permit to you 10 $1.30 $1.25 1.3c none 11 1.35 1.37 it 12ftc 2ft c 12 1.40 1.50 11 a 10c 14 1.50 1.75 ioy4c 25c 16 1.60 2.00 10c 40c 18 1.70 2.25 9ft c 55c 20 1.80 2.50 9c 70c take advantage the savings use it for going All your errands for shopping for visits for outings for your maids to come to Ond go from work for the office boy to run errands to go out to lunch dinner to go to the shows. You la save All the worry automobile travelling parking extra expense entailed in operating automobile. Think the Many times when a ride the bus for Short distances will save you time and the work walking. Original permit will go Sato thurs. Nov. 19 and May to used through sat. Nov. 28 a fit Quot to Conci Wati. Newport cwt Kotok railway Compart. Inc. To Dixie tractor Compart

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