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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Circleville, Ohio Saturday july 23, 1938 the daily Herald Circleville Ohio Page social happenings personals news of interest to women a Garden club members tour Ross Hock lug Ca nip More than 300 at luncheon served at Lake an under the sponsorship of the ninth District of Ohio Federated Garden clubs club members enjoyed Friday touring the Ross Hocking Camp and visiting the new shelter House at tar hollow Lake. More than Soo persons registered Early in the morning and were served a delightful cafeteria lunch at noon in the shelter House. After lunch Victor Reis Extension floriculture is Ohio state University. Introduced Fred r. Keeler Ross county agricultural agent who gave a very instructive and interesting talk on the state Park. The club members were then divided into three groups for the flakes. The first one was in charge of or. Reis and was for the study of win Nowers of the Region. The second under Forrest Dean Extension forester studied Forest Trees and the third with or. Keeler in charge investigated the geology of the Park. Or. Keeler before leaving with his group for the hike gave an instructive talk on the geology of the Region which made the trip unusually interesting. Those who did not care for the hikes enjoyed a pleasant afternoon in the shelter House and Vicinity. After the return of the hikers at 4 of clock Many enjoyed swimming in the Lake. Mrs. Marshall Fenton of Chillicothe president of the District federation was in charge of the pleasant affair. In a Roll Call by counties Ross county showed the largest membership present. Among the club members from Pickaway county who attended the tour were or. And mrs. Leslie Pontius miss Jane Paul Circleville and House guest miss Ruth Patterson of Coshocton mrs. J. . Myers mrs. Carl Hurst mrs. H. . Campbell mrs. George Bochard mrs. E. C. Rector mrs. C. W. Hayes mrs. Jesse Rose mrs. David Patton mrs. Charles Rose mrs. Charles Schleich and daughters. Mary Alice and Helen mrs. A Mary Steeley and mrs. D. H. Marcy of Williamsport. Mrs. Ray Miller of Dayton a guest of her Mother mrs. David Patton of Williamsport was also a guest. A Scioto Valley Grange teachers who Are members of Scioto Valley Grange will present the program for the meeting tuesday evening at 8 30 of clock at the Grange Hall North of Ashville. Miscellaneous Shower honouring mrs. Gerald majors the former Martha Rudisill of Circleville. Mrs. Turney Kraft mrs. Creaton Kraft and mrs. Kenneth majors of Washington township entertained at a miscellaneous Shower Friday afternoon at the Turney Kraft Home. Mrs. Majors was married july 2. A color theme of Green and yellow was carried out in the Large bouquets of summer Flowers 3nd in the Shower umbrella which Hung Over the dining table where the Many attractive packages were placed. During the afternoon each guest wrote her favorite recipe for the Honor guest. Refreshments were served after the gifts were opened. The guests were mrs. Warner i dry in i m i m a r 1 a. A a a mrs. Charles Kilt. Mrs John kit mrs. Harry Kraft mrs. Claude Kraft mrs. Jacob Glitt mrs. Cyril Mckenzie and daughter mrs. Oscar Frazier miss Agnes Frazier mrs. Emmitt Frazier and daughter mrs. Elmond Richards and children mrs. Walter Richards and s 0 c 1 a l july 3 to i 7 3 1 Tui wed thu 4 5 7 i 8 i 7 i i i 2 i ii i of 18 11 202 1> 25 28 271281 Calendar thursday St. Paul s ladies Aid Home mrs. Pearl Delong Watt Street thursday at 2 of clock. Dresbach ladies a id Home mrs. Harley Heskett near Cedar Hill. Thursday at 2 of clock. Tuesday Scioto Valley Grange the Grange Hall tuesday at 8 30. Children. Mrs. Loring list miss Jean list mrs. Floy Brobst and daughter Dorothy mrs. Earl Klingensmith miss Cora Beougher mrs. Russell Palm mrs. Larry Goodman and children and mrs. Paul Gentzell. Washington Grange about 40 grangers were present for the session of Washington Grange Friday evening at Washington school. Kenneth we rim an. Worthy master was in charge of the Short business hour. The theme a a Flowers was used in the program an interesting sea Aion resulting. After group singing the Roll was called the men answering with the names of their favorite Trees and the women with names of favorite Flowers. Lawrence Warner mrs. John Bolender and mrs. Turney Click gave Brief talks on a Why i grow Flowers. A Reading Quot Flora goddess of Flowers was presented by miss Mildred Wertman. Bringing a pleasant evening to a close. The next meeting of the Grange will be a a White elephant party in a Church of Brethren Aid the ladies Aid society of the Church of the Brethren held its july meeting at the Home of mrs Dwight Yannian Clinton Street. Music prayer and scripture Reading were included in the program for the evening. During the social hour the hospitality committee including mrs. Mary Stein mrs. Daisy Dumm and mrs. Adrian Merriman served Lune the next meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Griener s. Court Street August 25. She s getting up in the world local women describe South american tour an elevator operator in a Chicago department store Beautiful Elaine Mulligan is attracting the attention of movie Talent scouts in Hollywood personals a mrs Harold Ankrom mrs. Margie Arnold and Nephew Wilfred Hupp new Holland were Friday guests of or. And mrs. Raymond Tomlinson and son Tommy. Master Tommy accompanied them Home for a two weeks visit. In mrs h. S. Heffner miss Mary Heffner mrs. Alice Zeimer and miss Florence Dunton of Circleville motored to Summerland Beach Friday and spent the Day with or. And mrs. Luther Bower and mrs. Clarence Volf who Are vacationing there. A miss Polly Lou Briggs left Friday for a visit with miss Marjorie Sperl of Hamilton. She was accompanied by miss Margaret Reger of Clarksburg w. A. Who had been her guest overnight thursday. A a a or. And mis John Goeller and family of e. Mound Street Are spending the week end with relatives in Bryan. Or. And mrs. Dewitt Moore arrived in san Francisco cal., Fri at the Clifton a enemies Ayd lovers. Henry Fonds and Madeleine Carroll in a scene from a blockade a waiter Hanger stirring romantic drama of the Spanish civil War. Which comes to the Clifton theatre sunday for a three Day showing. Day where they were met by his parents or. And mrs. A. C. Moore of port Huron formerly of Circleville. Or. And mrs. Dewitt Moore Are returning after spending almost two years m the blast where they have been staying recently in Rangoon Burma. After visiting places of interest in the West on a motor trip with his parents they Are expected to arrive at the Home of mrs. Moore a parents or. And mrs. R. R. Bales of e. Main Street about August i. In miss Alice a. May of n. Scioto Street spent Friday in Columbus a guest of mrs. Robert Workman. Mrs. Mildred Minck of Columbus we As a thursday guest of mrs. William Justus of Circleville. Or. And mrs. Arthur Steddom of w. Main Street Are spending a few Days with relatives in Bellefontaine. A sue and buddy Cooley of new Holland Are guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Eldon Hatfield near five Points. Mrs. D. F. Porter of it. Sterling was a Friday shopper in Circleville. Mrs. Howard Nessel of Williamsport was a Friday guest at the Home of or. And mrs. W. C. Shas teen of n. Court Street. In in a mrs. George Kern of Jackson township was a Friday visitor in Circleville. In miss wands Arnold of new Holland spent the week with or. And mrs. Donald Wolf of n. Washington Street. A mrs. George h i i of near Laurelville was a Friday business visitor in Circleville. In or. And mrs. Harold lunch and or. And mrs. Lawrence b. Bell of Dayton came saturday to spend the week end with mrs. Will Mack of s. Washington Street. A miss Ruth Montelius of Pickaway township left Friday for a visit with or. And mrs Randall Stover of Lewisburg a. Mrs Carrie b. Patton of a Mound Street will leave sunday for California mo., we Here she will be the guest of her sister. Mrs. Sadie Ennis. Mrs. Patton will go by plane As a guest of her Nephew Richard Ennis. A mrs. Charles e Wright of Harrison township and Mother mrs. R. D. Harman of Belle Center will spend the w Eek end with mrs. Theodore Spetnagle of Chillicothe. A a miss Anna Louise Homey and miss Jane Tomlinson of Chillicothe returned Home Friday after a trip to Guatemala. They Are w Ell known in Circleville miss Homey having visited frequently at the Home of or. And mrs. Donald h. Watt. Miss Tomlinson visits at the Home of mrs. Frink Bennett. Or and mrs Ervin i test of sey fert Avenue will spend sunday with or and mrs Paul Miller Cincinnati. A Charles Plum who has been spending i vacation with his parents or. And mrs. H. W. Plum of n. Court Street returned to his w Ork in new York City saturday. A or and mrs i w Kinsey and guest mrs Emma Martin of in miss Lucille neuding and miss Margaret Adkins of Circleville who Are enjoying a trip to South America have written an interesting article telling of their impressions of places visited and telling of the incidents in the lives of the people which they noted during their travels. They have visited Many Diana Polis ind., will leave sunday for Washington pa., where or. Kinsey will attend a convention of store managers of the j. C. Penney company. Miss Marjorie Leach a student at the capital school of Beauty culture Columbus is spending the week end with her parents or. And mrs. Ralph Leach it Northridge Road. Or. And mrs. H. H. Snyder miss Marjorie Dresbach of Kingston David Glick and Edward Ebert of Circleville Are spending the weekend in Clendenen w. Va., where they Are guests of or. And mrs. William Briscoe and family. Miss Mary Elizabeth Snyder of Kingston who has been spending some time at the Briscoe Home will return Home with them. A a a or. And mrs. W. B. Toole of Jamaica l. I. And Lemuel Toole of Louisville by. Are quests at the Home of or. And mrs. John to. Rowe of e. Franklin Street. Or. And mrs. Fred Nicholas of Circleville and or. And mrs. A. W. Valentine of Columbus returned Friday after a ten Day trip to the great Smokey mountains of Tennessee and other Points of interest in the East. In a or. And mrs. William England and John Crawford of Lancaster were Friday guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Upton Rosenmund of Circleville. Mrs. Roy Stout n. Court Street has returned Home after a visit with her sister mrs. John Joyce and family of Columbus. A mrs. B. F. Alk re of Jackson township was a Friday visitor in Circleville. A or. And mrs. Roy Swayer of Ashville were business visitors in Circleville Friday. A or. And mrs. Frank Smith of Stoutsville were Friday visitors in Circleville. A mrs. George Shook of Jackson township shopped in Gin lev ill Friday. A a a mrs. G. P Hunsicker and mrs. Florence Duvendeck of Williamsport w Ere Friday visitors in Circleville. A mrs. A. S. Thomas of new Holland w As in Circleville. Friday a a miss Jeannette Wenrich of Stoutsville was a Friday shopper in Circleville. Mrs. Robert Mccoy and n Glenn and Robert of Washington township were Circleville visitor Friday. Of a a a seen on fifth Aye i sheer silk suits Are a must for the town visitor whether it be a frock with Matching Long coat or a Short Bolero or a skirt and Blouse with jacket it must be Light and sheer. Ideal for lunching on a roof or sidewalk cafe is a suit of Navy Blue Chiffon with White do in snowfall formation. The skirt a narrow stitched pleats ail round. The jacket is Short with rounded hem and tailored revers it is worn Over a Blouse of White tucked Georgette. A suit of red and White dotted sheer silk crepe has a tucked White Organ die Blouse with red piping biome of b the Uitz can be worn with other s ids or separate skirts islands and the different customs and people have interested them greatly. Their interesting word picture follows. We have been watching the natives of Trinidad Load 2400 tons of unrefined sugar on our ship. It also will be loaded with bananas Coffee molasses and Cocoa before we return. Describe cities Trinidad is the Home of tile famous pitch Lake from which the United states gets is Asphalt and a party of us Are taking the 120 mile trip there tomorrow. On the Way Down we had a drive through Cocoa Coffee and banana plantations. These All grow in the same Fields. Trinidad and British Guiana Are both inhabited by thousands of East indians Many natives and few Whites there being just 2000 we Hites in Georgetown. A typical Street lined with houses cheaply made built on stilts with hindus squatting peacefully on the ground attired in a Chandi garb. The women have Gold rings in their noses and Many have three Gold rings in each ear. Their wealth is invested in the jewelry they w ear. In Georgetown. British Guiana an interesting sight was the hindu Section where dozens of families lived in stable like Homes in front of which ran the sewage canals in which we saw the children getting their daily show ers. Women doing family washings and from we hich water was carried for household uses. Oar guide told us that Many of them were Rich having saved every Penny made in sugar factories. Sugar Cane Palms and bananas make up the Roadside scenery in Georgetown. There also we drove through the famous botanical gardens and walked through the St Broek Market. Here one must disregard All the smells of fish fresh meats hanging on rails grains animals for Sale it Cetera. We decided that the smell of the hundreds of filthy natives made the most nauseating smell. After u. S. Money everyone is out for the a a Rich americans Money. Men women and children All varying shades of Brown or Black begging for a Penny or a cigarette. A Penny is two cents in our Money and on the first trip out in St. Kitts our sympathies were aroused and we emptied our purses although our Driver insisted that we . We took Many pictures of the natives but they always expect anything from one Penny to sixpence for the privilege. In St. Kitts we visited a school in session six teachers in one room. The teachers and pupils seemed very eager to sing for us and were very sociable. Thousands in All the islands still live in one room thatched houses built quite High for coolness and work seems to be scarce. Dozens of Row boats meet our ship at every Harbor some filled with boys who dive for pennies thrown Down by Passen Gers some filled with singers and j some bargaining to take us ashore. Most of the harbours Arentt deep enough for our ship to Dock. Filth and poverty seem to be accepted j by All and very Little is done by the British government to remedy exp listing conditions. One Driver told us that in Law courts the native had t a Chance. The approaches to the islands Are extremely colourful. The Gorge Ems reds yellows Whites and blues of the blossoms on the Trees and the colourful red and yellow roofs taken to Market and filled with Coal Oil for one Penny for lights and Sweet Oil for cooking. Rice fish and yams seem to be their Bill of fare. In talking with the poorer natives we found that they very rarely could afford any red meat. Gorgeous Beach at Nevis we All went swimming on a gorgeous Beach with a background of several varieties of Palms and Flowers and Beautiful mountains with Clouds hanging Over the peaks. Several who had been to Waikiki in Hawaii said the Nevis Beach far surpassed it in Many respects. When we arrived on the Beach a native string orchestra met us and entertained us until we , with music of and singing passing the always present collection plate at intervals. Boys appeared Selling Birds crabs shells and Donkey rides. The whole setting was amusing entertaining and picturesque. At Antiqua and Barbados on the Way up we Are meeting friends we made coming Down who Are going to show us the islands. In one Stop there Are Many things we miss. The trip has been interesting Many More things have happened we have met Many interesting people and with All the tropical beauties and Cool breezes Well still be glad to see the Good old . Margaret Adkins Lucille neuding in i i i nut a Nii Ifa it Jiuu i ii niimni2i Ifim Nikii ii a today a Garden graph rhododendrons and other Broad leaved evergreens suffer severely from drought during the hot Days of july and August. When the leaves of rhododendrons Droop and curl As shown in the Garden graph it is a sign they Are suffering from Lack of Mois. Ture. Often during an intense j drought Brown scorched spots a i Pear on the leaves. A year around protective Meas ure for rhododendrons and other i Broad leaved evergreens is to keep an acid mulch Over the soil about them. In summer this mulch will i help to retain needed moisture for the plants. A thorough soaking of water from a Hose once a week is a better method of watering rhododendrons than a Light sprinkling every Day or two. Allow the Hose to run Long enough to soak the ground thoroughly several inches deep. As the growing season for rho Doden leaves proof is Ano curled from Lack. Of Watter. Drought damage to Broad leave if evergreens Drons follow the flowering period it is essential that the plants have plenty of water at that time. Light easy to prepare dishes Ideal in summer stars say 4> for saturday. July 23 the Astral influences bearing Rule on the affairs of this Day May not be read As propitious As they indicate jealousy strife Folly and other tokens of i Harmony and distress affecting the business and personal lives. The menace is particularly disturbing in private relations and May be aggravated if not instigated by rash unkindly and unguarded writings or speech. Be cautious in All that might be considered Folly. If this is your birthday those whose birthday it is May not enjoy the particularly harmonious and profitable year As there Are menaces of unhappiness and friction in social Domestic affectional and even business associations. Jealousy enmity spite and aggravations from unwise speech and extravagance menace. A child born on this Day May be merry and Good natured taking life not too seriously but suffering from its pleasure Loving and indulgence As Well As from its tendency to carelessness in speech and writings. As befits the sizzling season All these recipes Are easy to make and Are guaranteed to nourish without any Strain on the digestive system. For an excellent lunch or supper dish beat six egg Yolks until Light coloured. Add Teaspoon Salt cup soft fresh cottage cheese and one third cup milk. When Well blended. Fold in the stiffly beaten egg Whites. Melt two or three Tablespoons butter in a hot frying pour in the Omelette and Cook very slowly until Well puffed and slightly Brown on the Bottom. Place in a moderate oven for about five minutes to Cook the top. Fold Over and turn out on a hot Platter and serve at once. Garnish with watercress. With a cold jellied soup a salad and a dessert you have a splendid meal for three. For an easy to make and Good to eat dessert we offer this suggestion passed on by a Reader. Boil two cups water and four cups granulated sugar for to minutes. For sunday july 24 sundays Horoscope is not an entirely propitious one. As there Are disintegrating and disruptive situations to menace some very auspicious and promising conditions. There May be intrigue or treachery but with caution and the support of very Wise friends there May be benefits through writings or speculative enterprises. If thin is your birthday those whose birthday it is Are at the threshold of a year in which there May be much profit through speculation by Means of writings or Kindred subjects. But there of treachery and vement offsetting a Guries. On this versa til also Are signs possibly a Bere very favourable a child born be particularly spend the latter part of the week at Indian Lake. New a family picnic supper was enjoyed at the Home of or. And mrs. A. W. Kirkpatrick and son Junior tuesday evening in Honor of the former a father or. Cash Kirk on his seventy seventh birthday. Those to enjoy the evening with theme were or. And mrs. C. M. Timmons and mrs. Howard Timmons of Wilmington or. And mrs Kirk Timmons of Columbus. Or. And mrs. Wendell Kirk and son Kenneth and or. And mrs. Willard Graves of Washington c. A. And or. And mrs. Joe Kirk. Or. And mrs. Edward Kirk and Mckinley Kirk. I. Now Hollands a a a a a miss Eloise Garrison of Clarks Burg is spending this week with miss Thelma Garrison. Now Hollands a a a miss Lewarne Satchell is a guest this week at the Home of i or. And mrs. Tom Whitehurst of i Clarksburg. new Hollands a Margaret and Irene Haney were business visitors in Chillicothe thursday. A Kaw Hollands a mrs. Ray Funk was removed to her Home thursday in Kirkpatrick s invalid coach from it. Carmel Hospital in Columbus where she had undergone an operation. New Hollands miss Gwendolyn Stinson of Columbus is passing this week with her aunt and family or. And mrs. Floyd James Arni daughter Bette. Add one Box of Estiler raspberries or blackberries and Cook slowly until fruit is a a smashed. When Cool put through a Sieve. Put in ice tray of automatic refrigerator to freeze. If raspberries Are used they should be crushed before adding to syrup. Hurry up dish a Nice dish when there is a hurry up order is made by melting some butter in a Skillet and slicing onion very finely into it. Place cover on and simmer till onions Are softened a bit. Break in eggs two to a serving season add a Little Cream and scramble All together. Served with sliced tomatoes and cucumbers this is a delicious summer luncheon or supper. When next you serve Rice plan to cock enough to have two cups left Over. Summer luncheon salad. A delicious Frozen salad requires two cups cold cooked Rice one Tablespoon vinegar Tablespoon chopped Green Pepper one half cup each Ripe olives and Cucumber pickles both chopped also one half cup each celery and cottage cheese a Teaspoon Salt and one half cup Cucumber or Green peas. Soak Gelatin in acid water. Dissolve in boiling water. Cool. When this begins to set. Fold in other ingredient. Pour in Mold. Chill until set. Serve on lettuce with Mayonnaise. This recipe will yield seven Servings. On i ambitious and energetic the houses together with the Julif a a re us hits a Tum and to friends. Co opera Lay May Quick rising in Energy of solid new Holland . Margaret and Irene Haney. Mrs. Verna tootle mrs. Martha Stewart. And mrs. Ida Cooley attended Lancaster Camp meeting Friday they visited with misses Betty Stewart. Eileen Oesterle. And Margaret Withgott who Are spending this week at the Camp nit w hoi is of Donald Satchell and How a Garrison left wednesday night in quaint architectural designs Are quite a contrast to the slums seen when walking and driving through j i the towns and countrysides. If we could transplant the Beautiful i tropical foliage and the Cool sea breezes to Circleville everything would be perfect. Weather Ideal the weather strange a it j teems is Ideal Here. The Days Are j hot but not like Ohio heat. There is always a delightful sea Breeze i which at night gets almost too Cool. Moat of the islands Are of vol Canic origin and Are quite Moun i Taino us. We passed Martinique w Here it. Pelee is located and took pictures of the path void of i vegetation w Here the lava came Down and buried the City. At j Montserrat we could see Sulphur i smoke belching from a Crater which emptied in 1928 the town j there was destroyed by hurricanes in 1935 and again in 1936 of carts Burros St t set vendors Selling mangoes and other tropical fruit Are always in sight walking through the streets we usually have from ten to fifty children and women trotting along behind us out of curiosity and for a Little excitement. Tossing them an occasional Penny they Are Content. The women carry Large baskets j on their Heads filled with Chicken. J fruits sugar Cane or old Mger a a and coca cola bottles these Are police Are rarely around the Corner in person they Are by a phone i save Illy dollars a yes sir i take Whit Money i can spare out of each envelope and Deposit it in a savings account. Fine id say Yod if i forget my wife right after me and does no to let l f till i i in Between the two of Vin in a going to build up a Good Cash Reserve in the nest few years. Bate listen your Money is insured against loss up to $5,000.00 by the government of there a anything safer than that you Tell me in Start a savings account now. The Circleville savings amp banking co lid North court Street a the Friendly banh Only 7 More Days july Sale Rynex deckle Edge vellum printed stationery double the usual Quantity too decked sheets too decked envelopes 1 printed with your name and Addre on sheets and envelopes. Or by tax by muted Monogram on sheets envelopes Plain printing in Bim Black Brown. Red or Green Ink. Order now the daily her

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