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Cincinnati Kentucky Times Star (Newspaper) - November 23, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioWomen in Church it. Thomas contest winners Junior department it. Devotions on the subject. Emma it xxx. Hobart Lytle Edna Thomas woman s club will have a scientific knowledge a Stew Collins Estil Newkirk w. W. It la a a a re thin a Uhke in no Tinsley Eugene Porter. Carolina a p0"11101 supper and a program hardship were led by mrs. Bert Keck Robert l. White and tits december meeting mrs. Koch at the november meeting Homer Newkirk of a pcs Tower methodist Church Dayton. Mrs. Koch said. Perry Ross program chairman. Council announced. Or. Roy Gilligan of Junior women _ a Awre a a Quot a who role c"�?~r1 Clori a in Church new amp he Irviv Chi pm a of gift Quot a for i world and god is pleased when port is planning. Roast beef St. Luke Hospital will be the we use our talents in his dinner to be served on dec 9, guest speakers mrs. De Stewart was in charge and a Council Christmas party to mrs. Joseph Gate lev. Vice presi of the a monary program based be held deals in the Home of Dent conducted the november from St Matthew mrs. Elmer Duncan. Meeting which was opened with 25 37-40. The Rev. R. M. Bald plans for the two events were a spiritual values message by the win. Pastor addressed the group discussed at the november meet new chairman mrs William on the subject a a lifelong hunger ing. Held in the Home of mrs. Simpson. Miss Clara Bob Traylor and j Stephen Edwards West South co chairman of ways and mean. Others in attendance w e r e Gate Avenue. It. Thomas. Mrs. Announced the october card it iss Naomi Owen and Mes Lou Moren was co hostess. Mrs. Part was a Success dates r Conover Steve Nolan Edward Murst gave the Devo a mrs. Charles a. Riggs presented Addie Landholt ceal Barrett tonal message on a looking in a musical interlude including Calvin Lowery sr., Walter Bor the brighter the guest Den r. M. Baldwin Ruby plunk speaker. Miss Virginia Craw Ett. Art Kendall c. Thomas Mac Ford representative of the Cin Wiefering Cora Jett. Cliff flied Cannati Gas amp electric co. Erer and William Hisle. Demonstrated the Art of deep frying. Numbers from Quot South a one act comedy by Noel Walters titled Quot the meeting Quot will come to order Quot was presented by mesdames James Bell. _. Clement Bezold Walter Bohart besides those already Nen Thomas Maddox and Charles Covington the in Les Star monday november 23, 1953 Paga 3-j� sewing unit no. 1, woman s Covington Circle d. Of i., auxiliary William Booth memo will meet tuesday at 8 15 p. To. Rial Hospital will meet in the in knights of Columbus Hall or. And mrs. Chester Disque q.,n. _ Annex wednesday at 9 30 a. M. Of the Highway West Covington i mrs. Oscar Roetken is in charge Heve returned to their Home after a months vacation in the hawaiian islands. While there they visited their son Chester Hall Disque. Who is stationed in Honolulu with the u. S. Coast guard. Quot one of the outstanding events of their visit was the Cele bration of their songs Twenty first birthday occurring during Aloha week. Their tour of the islands included Lihue Kauai. Kona and Hilo Hawaii and the entire Island of Oahu. They stopped in route in san Francisco and los Angeles. Or. And mrs. Stanley Disque of Indianapolis ind., a 1036 Madison Avenue. Members Are requested to be present. 3vi dividend on savings equity a Var 50% open k savings account now organized 1879 reserves in excess of 25% the grand Central building and savings association 526 York St. Newport he 6349 winners in the october contest of the first Federal a devotional message on the subject Quot scientific knowl-1tioned, there were present Mes Daniels and mss Claro Bob by mrs. Auder. A in Ungnam Ai i Nice mar proc burp m hip mama a the november meeting of a pcs Rudy heis Eton Walker Roy Tionko a a Nall town woman a for the Calvary methodist Church Belle Kolo Conrad Kaltenbach a Rob i a a was the com a thread of 010 rt0&� vue. Mrs. Russell Hake presided. Ert Steinhauer. M. Sharp. Rus a. A . Also attending were mesdames sell Henneberger me Duncan. A her rvs t Leo de Asbell. Robert Hake tames Ihn Charles Tharp. Hairy Lukens. De Asbell Robert Hake James Goodwin Robert Rudd Norman Uebel Jack Hyder Nellie Lloyd Winston Fossit Anne West. Allan Smith Milton Kerlin Walter Branson. Catherine Martzolf. And the Robert cull and Keith Mcninch misses Anna Mae Brun Jean. , were hostesses and miss Clara Youtsey and Oral Swisher. Pat activities Erlanger Bell Burkhart and mrs. Charles an educational play was you and i class Ludlow Daniels were House committee a rpm it of he Christian Church will meet on members. Also present were Mes a guest speaker for november meeting of a pcs Shinkle methodist Church Covington was miss Mary Lena Wisehart it. Thomas conference Secretary of supplies who based her talk on the a United nations a on the theme for the Day a scientific knowledge a wednesday in the Home o the g. Truitt 543 Oak Street. A pcs of Grace Oetjen Edwin Weber Louis strict methodist White jr., and the misses Patti school Pat Covington Public is invited to attend. Nui in a in a uric a Cut uni rvs eur. Viu Esis. A tuesday at 10 30 a. M. In the were mesdames a. T. King John Doorn a Aryl presented of the hostess for the november meet Church Parfir with mrs. Mayme b. Thompson. Howard Schar second Grade class a of thi Granger eve Nim Shannon presiding and mrs. N. Stein miss Miriam Lichti and Wever leading the worship serv miss Susan Thompson ice. Miss Eva Downing will pre Newport mrs. Franklin1 sent the fourty lesson in the Pitta presided and mrs. William Mission study Book. Tri a Circle of Flaherty led the devotions on will serve luncheon the subject Quot feeding the modern mrs. J. C. Watts was program Leader and mrs. Willard Wade offered prayer. Included in this group were mesdames Lewis Jones Carl Gullett Russell Naugle j. E. Miller d. H. Kuhlman Alicia Knott f. E. Carr Earl Jaquish Mae Jeffers b. H. David r. W. Deiss John Enwright Henrietta Moore Emma Law George Ross homemakers recipes for making the dishes prepared by project leaders in the lesson on at the no organization of a ing of the Erlanger new homemakers. Announced by mrs. Walter Fer Guson at the november meeting Christmas members of Newport woman a club and their guests As keeps food fresh or Frozen for 5c mrs. William t. Gray jr., 1123 Highland ave., it. Thomas keep weeks meals on hand cuts Down Oft shopping trips. Har electric refrigerator keeps food safely Cool or Sondly Frozen in its big freezing compartment. Cost for electricity for 214 Days a Only 5�. Mrs. Gray agrees Gas and electricity Are your by fast bargains in better living the Union Ulm Hoot s powr co. To 18 members at present. Mrs. Ferguson formerly of Lexington had charge of a Day Camp in that City and was a registered Leader homemakers club were distributed among members. Mrs. Sem bled in the auditorium of chair Quot , a,.� to a Newport Public Library thurs Bolt is. A and conducted Day a Venin for the club annual Hort sea were mrs Thom. De la a by or. W $ guest night banquet. Mrs har wards. My Cliff Beyersdorfer arms w a is radar mrs non Mulford Cincinnati re and mrs. Stanley Meyer also in Pau Keams a and mrs r East. Viewed the Book Quot invitation to attendance were mesdames the troop will hold its first Tea Quot and miss Catherine Betz George Brown Britt Combs Ray i Jbv a. I8, in the school son Avenue Christian or. And mrs. Leon Ryle. Members present inc mesdames James Tichenor Smith Edgar Arnett dec Smith Victor Holderby several Marimba selections. Mrs. Graus Thomas Mccrann. Virgil Pat. Ben Joe Anderson c Otto Budig conducted a Brief Newberry. John Morris Howard mrs John Crowe membership Mitchell Fred Fettig Willi Rhine Chesier Gray Larry chairman reported a total of 531 Brake and Wendell Lucas. Silver Grove business session. Those in attendance included Meyers and Harry Cooper. Mrs. Louis Achzehner mrs. E. J. Eads miss Angie Arnold miss Nettie Arnold mrs. Cora Begler mrs. Naomi Harris mrs. A. M. Block mrs. Evelyn Holland miss Ethel Billett mrs. Minnie Fausz mrs. G. W. Bodker mrs. Louise Brown mrs. Otto Budig miss Ruth Wolf miss Mary Mangar miss Bert Cassel mrs. Carroll Winzig mrs. Harry Luedeke miss Myrtle Clark mrs. Grover Clark miss Grace Jenkins mrs. Ruth Conway mrs. James Schwarberg miss Susan Conway mrs. Erma Eger mrs. Arthur Carr mrs. Oliver Goehler miss members to Date. The unit now is announced the first and third Brumback. Grades As attendance award win mrs. Oscar m. Ruschell 585 nor East second Street will be Host teachers of the first and third est to members of Silver Grove grades presented their pupils in woman s club tuesday evening. A Reading group demonstration mrs. Thomas Goodwin is cohost to illustrate their talks on Quot read Ess. A guest miss Alice Ken procedure in present Day Nelly Dean of women Holmes miss Thelma Jones High school Covington will read principal spoke of extra cur mrs. Clara Ralenkotter of Palace Avenue has returned Home from a weeks visit with Cago. 111. Several of her original poems. Sicular activities at Beechwood and of the National Honor so Ris mrs. Clifford Gosney mrs. E. Piety. R. Overley mrs. D. W. Ort miss mrs. Ray Elmo president an Mattie Phillips miss Pauline bounced there will be no meet Catherine Hughes mrs. James Herlinger mrs. E. L. Rardin mrs ing in december. The next ses Mott miss Dottie Hughes mrs. H. W. Shearer mrs. George Sion is scheduled for Jan. 27 at Harry Kulmer. Mrs. A. T. King Smith mrs. Fred Wahlbrink 8 p. M. Parents Are urged to at a mrs. William Hines mrs. Charles jail mrs. Arthur Lambert miss Lauretta Brown mrs. O. G. Loomis miss Helen Lyons miss Mildred Covington mrs. Ona Mara mrs. Lucille Massey mrs. Curtis Cook mrs. Thelma mor mrs. Mildred Gatliff mrs. Tessie tend. There will be a panel Dis Winter mrs. Harry Braun mrs.1 Cussion on Quot problems existing Otto Betz miss Catherine Betz Between parents teachers and mrs. Harrison Mulford. I 0. B. Itkoff optometrist 719 Monmouth St. Newport thanksgiving Day each year at this time americans join in giving thanks to almighty god for the abundance of our Way of life in these United states. Let us resolve to preserve the Freedom that has Given us these spiritual and material rewards. Best wishes on thanksgiving conveniently located Friendly service your Friendly savings association now 37o dividend on All savin6s accounts All accounts insured to $10000 listen in on zip 1050 on your dial 8 45 to 9 a. M. 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