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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Circleville, Ohio Saturday june 3, Vijh the daily Herald Circleville Ohio rage fir social happenings personals news of interest to women Pickaway Garden club holds annual dinner group votes Cash for Lockbourne base f und social Calendar monday annual banquet of the Pickaway county Garden club Friday at the. So Tifty trin Pickaway arms was attended by Bora a Joie in r. Iric i 111 a it a n to a Mak Vir i i a a a members and visitors. Tables entered with Large bowls of loverly june roses had As favors at each cover miniature vases filled with Rose buds. Officers elected for the coming year include mrs. E. E. Porter who will serve As president mrs. I Emmett Vav. Barnhart vice president mrs. F. K Blair Secretary j mrs. George Roth treasurer. Miss Miry Heffner librarian and mrs. Orion King historian. The slate try lutheran Parish House monday at 8 p. In. To end a Westminster Bible class picnic. Roadside Park. Lancaster Pike tuesday at 7 p. In. Nebraska Grange. The Grange Hall. Tuesday at 8 30 p. In. Sal Creek Valley Grange Sal Creek Valley school auditorium tuesday at 8 30 p. In. A elected unanimous after the do v put room memo-3 1 rial Hall tuesday at 8 p. In. Circle i. Home miss Jiame were read by mrs. Ione Eric Heldorfer chairman of the nominating committee. Mrs. Clarence my a Bee club president was in the chair for the business hour. The club voted a donation of Sio to the Camp and Hospital Council Mattie Gearhart. North court Street tuesday at 12 30 p. In. O. E. 8. Inspection masonic Temple. Tuesday at 8 p no. Wednesday of i v Vagt county for use at the f Kmett s Chapel w. S. C ? Home mrs. Riley Bitzer. Pickaway township wednesday at 2 30 p. In. Circle 2, Home mrs Guy Heffner. Sal Creek township wednesday at 8 p. In. Past chiefs club mrs Marion s party Home wednesday at 8 p. In. I it ook Bourne army air base. A committee wis appointed to cooperate in landscaping a part of the grounds at the base. This committee is comprised of mrs Emmett Barnhart. Mrs. Blair and or e. S. Shane. Miss Rosemary Schreiner Sang Quot the Sweet of the year by Man Turner Salter Quot the answer Quot by 0lnh< it Terry and As an encore fourth year Mcguffey readers. Quot Clorinda Quot. By Orlando Morgan. Miss Leona do nun As miss Jenny she was accompanied at the piano Appl Blossom served As teacher. By miss abbe Mills Clarke. The scholars included mrs. De mrs. T. E Wilson chairman. Ding As Susie Belle the teachers mrs Barnhart. Mrs Luther Bower pet Belle Kuhn bashful Susan a trs Clarence Wolf mrs. Will Brown mrs. H. Johnston. Susan Mack and Harry Swearingen were Van do sen mrs b Martin. Polly responsible for the arrangements Ann mrs. George Lumpe. Brid for the successful social affair. Get mrs. Louise Kennedy Jenny a a Lee another teachers pet mrs. O. E. S. Inspection m Carothers lira Jane mrs Ray 0 annual inspection meeting of Anderson Cynthia Ann Jane and Circleville chapter no. 90. Order mrs Talmer Wise As Bailie. Of the Eastern Star will be tues thl the Way Wah it Dav at p. In in masonic Temple. Clothe of the group registration will be in charge of 1 u<1 or Kennedy enter mrs Tom p. Acord mrs. Kila group with a Reading. 0\ it Rob it re mrs. E Mahaffey lockup flyers her Pas sed mrs. Mary Spangler. The or Courtesy committee includes mrs. Recess time Light refresh Lawrence Johnson. Mrs. E. S a Nta were served by mrs. De Shane. C d. Bennett. E Mahan ly5n assisted by mrs Ray an Fey. W. E. Hulvard and George Marion deling. A Velker. Decorations of the Chap Hort by it a Lea Sexton of the class Ter room will be arranged by mrs. N charge of mrs Ray Ander George Welker. Mrs. Fred Moel in prudent Ler mrs. Earl Price and mias res Lee mrs George h Adkins will Mork commencement head the refreshments committee sixth Grade of High Street 0 pried of mrs o c. King. Mrs. School enjoyed a Quot mock com Irne Mullin. Or. I e for Man me Cement. afternoon. A mrs. Hazel Rader. Mrs. N. E. Re Schelderfer mrs. Ram Morris. Cats he Lor it prophecy and will mrs Virgil Cress mrs. Irene new were the outstanding numbers on ton and mrs Robert Denman. The program. 0 Bobby Mcalister acted a Vale Zelda Bible t Las victorian and Nancy Eshelman. A Zelda Bible class of the Metho Lut Torian. Dist Church enjoyed a delightful Eileen Blundell Jimmy Quot Arpen picnic supper Friday at the Home Ter. Danny Mauser and do k Stein of mrs. Guy Heffner. Sal Creek gave interesting talks on the Fol 0 a p thirty four members lowing subjects Quot our education and guests including husbands of Al system of tomorrow Quot Quot Avi members were present. Tion Quot Quot sports Quot Quot books Quot Man s election of officers for the com education and Quot nature Trig year resulted in mrs Lewis Caps designed to represent the re a be being named president mortar Board were worn by All up irs w l Sprouse Idee pre i pile. Dent mrs. W. E. Hilyard. Seers other members of the class Are tary treasurer and miss Reba Lee. Bonnie Smith Jack Melvin bar assistant. Bara Neff Kathryn Hill Barbara at the close of the informal so White Rosemary Lohr. Betty Ray dial evening the class recessed in Inonu Garnet Robinson Norma or. And mrs. Ellis list Mary Krimmel and Norma Hulse piano Solo mrs. Thompson vocal Solo Joyce Troutman. The program was concluded with group singing of Quot god bless the next session will he at the Home of or. And mrs Harry bar Tholmas Wayne township. A a a past a lots club mrs. Frank Davis of near Yel Low Bud will be hostess at the regular meeting of the past chiefs club entertaining the group at 8 p. In. At mrs. Marion a party Home South court Street a a a magic sewing club magic sewing club met Friday at the Home of mrs. John a. Grubb South Pickaway Street with mrs. D. A. Arledge of the Circleville Community present in addition to the club group. Sewing and social visiting were enjoyed at the close of the Brief business hour. Mrs. Grubb conducted two interesting contests. Mrs. Gladden Troutman and mrs. Roger Lozier winning the prizes. A salad course was served at a table prettily decorated with a Large bowl of Paul Scarlet roses. Mrs. Russell Skaggs invited the club members to meet at her Home Ort East Union Street at its next meeting. June 16. A real folks club real folks club enjoyed its regular session at the Home of mrs. Fred Duncan North Scioto Street with 12 present. An evening of games was concluded with delightful refreshments. The next session will be at the Home of mrs. Charlotte Ruff. East Mound Street. Church notices Circleville Pilgrim Church James o. Miller pastor sunday school to a. In. Morning worship la a in. Evening service 8 p. In. Prayer meeting thursday 8 30 p. In. Church of the Brethren sunday school 9 30 a. Rn., Doyle Cupp superintendent morning worship 10 45 a. In. Young Peoples prayer service 7 30 p. In. Song service 8 p. In. Preaching 8 30 p. In. Wednesday prayer service 8 p. In. Christian science society 218 South court Street la a. In. Sunday lesson Sermon 7 30 p. In. Wednesday testimony meeting. An invitation to attend these meetings and to visit the Reading room which is open daily is extended to All miss Mary Virginia clites daughter of or. And mrs Mern Hardt m. Cutes of West Franklin Street has returned Home from Durham n. C., where she had gone to see if she might enter Duke University for the coming year. Miss crites is a member of the senior class of Circleville High school and will be graduated at commencement exercises tuesday. It 8 miss Emily gunning of new York City visited overnight Friday with her Mother mrs Helen f. Gunning of East main Street. Miss gunning was Enro Ute with friends to California where she plans to spend the summer with her brother Bill gunning at his Home in West los Angeles. 0 0 0 mrs Ray Heffner and daughters of near Ashville were Friday shopping visitors in Circleville. A a a mrs. Maynard Marion of Ashville visited relatives in Circleville Friday. A a a or. And mrs. Harold Hines and Charles Hay of Walnut township were Friday business visitors in Circleville. Trinity lutheran Rev. G. L. Troutman pastor sunday school 9 a. Rn., Ned Dresbach adult superintendent. Mrs. Galen Mowery. Junior and primary department superintendent worship service 10 15 a. In. St. Josephus Catholic Rev. For. Edward Reidy pastor Quot sunday masses Low at 8 a. In. High at to a. In. Week Day at 7 .30 a. In. Church of Chris in Christian Union Rev. Rom w. Haysi a pastor 0 30 a. Rn., Church school 10 30, worship service 6 30 p. In Young Peoples Bervie 7 p. Rn., Junior Church service 7 30 p. In. Evangelistic service 7 30 p. Rn., wednesday. Evening prayer Bervie. St Paul a. M. Al Brev. M. H. Johnson pastor sunday school. 9 a. Pm Rosie May Davis Secretary Phillip Holmes superintendent preaching. To a. In. Prayer meeting wednesday 8 p. In Paul in Ephesus highlights on the sunday school lesson methodists to open new conference year by Newman Campbell a the International uniform lesson on the above topic for june 4 is acts 19 1-20 1 ephesians the Golden text being ephesians 2 10, Quot we Are his workmanship created in Christ Jesus for Good works which god prepared that we should walk in them Calvary evangelical Rev. B. F. Borcoman pastor sunday school 9 a. In. Cd o. Leist superintendent worship to a. In evening services 7 30. Prayer meeting wednesday evening. 8 00. Presbyterian Church Rev. Carl Kennedy pastor 9 30 a rn., sunday school Thomas Armstrong superintendent 10 30 a. Rn., worship. Fir United Brethren Church Rev. J. E. Huston pastor sunday school. 9 15 a. Rn., Carroll Morgan superintendent morning worship. 10 30 a. In. In this lesson Paul came to Ephesus one of the richest and most noted cities of Asia minor. At this period it was under the influence of greek civilization and the greeks worshipped Diana and the Temple of Diana one of the wonders of the ancient world was at Ephesus. This Temple of Diana possessed valuable lands it controlled the fisheries and its priests controlled the Money of the City. People brought their Money to the Temple for Safe keeping and it became As important to the ancient world As the Bank of England to the modern one. A Ephesus Paul met Quot certain and asked them. A have be received the holy ghost a they answered that they did not even know whether there was an holy ghost. They had been baptized by John the Baptist or his follow erg. Paul therefore baptized them in the name of Jesus Christ and they received the holy ghost. Teaches in the synagogue Paul went As was his custom into the synagogue where both jews and greeks came to hear him. Many were persuaded and believed but some spoke evil of the Way he taught and he left and separated the disciples then went to the school of one tyrannus who evidently was a prominent person there Paul continued his preaching for two years. Special miracles were wrought by Paul at this time. Handkerchiefs or aprons taken from him were taken to the sick and those with evil spirits and the diseases left the sick and the evil spirits those afflicted with them. Hearing this some bad men especially seven sons of Sceva a jew and chief priest tried to drive out evil spirits calling Over them the name of the lord Jesus and saying Quot we Adjure you by Jesus whom Paul the evil spirit inhabiting one Man answered these men. Quot Jesus i know and Paul but who Are yes and the Man with the spirit leaped upon these imposters and wounded them. So that they ran away naked. This became known to jews and greeks alike and fear fell upon All who had been trying to Imi Tate Paul. Many that believed came and confessed their evil deeds. Now in Ephesus was a Silver Smith named Demetrius who made shrines for Diana growing Rich thereby. He called together All men of thus Craft and pointed out to them that Paul taught that there were no gods made with hands. If this continued they would be deprived of their Liveli Hood said he. And moreover the Temple of Diana would be despised. So much did Demetrius arouse these people that the whole City was in confusion and having caught two of Paul s companions Gams and aristarchus. Macedonians they rushed them into the theater. Paul could not get in and the disciples also held him Back certain chiefs who were his friends asking him not to venture into the theater. Shout Quot great is Diana Alexander tried to make a de sense but when they knew he was a jew they shouted him Down and for about two hours they cried out Quot great is Diana of the the town clerk however. Representative of roman Law sent All these people about their Demetrius and his men had a real grievance said he. There were courts in which it could be tried in other w ords he would not allow mob Law to Rule and he also reminded them that the City might have to answer for the uproar and he dismissed them All. When it was All Over. Paul embraced his disciples and departed to go into Macedonia. All this transpired about 53 or 54 a. D. The letter to the Ephe-8ians, which constitutes the last part of our lesson was written when he was a prisoner in Rome about to years later. In our Brief space it is difficult to know what to quote from the wonderful epistle written by Paul to his friends in Ephesus. The whole Book should be read and pondered. Let us therefore just quote one Small part Here Quot i therefore the prisoner of the lord beseech you that be walk worthy of the vocation wherewith be Are called with All lowliness and meekness Long suffering forbearing one another in love Quot endeavouring to keep the Unity of the spirit in the Bond of peace. Quot there is one body and one spirit even Asye Are called in one Hope of your calling Quot one god and father of All who is above All and through Aland in you Quot the mind of Christ for today Quot is the Sermon topic for the sunday morning worship service at the first methodist Church when the Rev. Clarence Swearingen pastor of the Church will preach his first Sermon of the new conference year. Under direction of mrs. Harold Defenbaugh the choir will sing Quot souls of the mrs. Defenbaugh will sing. Quot i sought the by Frederick Stevenson. Hunter Chambers will be at the Organ console. The finance committee of the first methodist Church together with the official Board will meet Friday june 9 at the Church parsonage. Contributions for the lutheran world action will be received in connection with the sunday morning be Nice of Trinity lutheran Church and All members Are urged to remember this worthy cause. Trinity lutheran Bible school registration will be monday at 2 p. In. At the Parish House. The regular daily session will be each morning from 9 until 11 35 a. In. Von Bora society of Trinity lutheran Church will be monday at 8 p. In. In the Parish House. Vestry of Trinity lutheran Church will meet in the parlor of the pariah House tuesday at 7 30 p. In. Lutheran brotherhood will have an outdoor meeting thursday at 7 p. In. The Junior department of the Bible school will have a hike and breakfast at 6 a. In. Friday. The senior choir of the Church will practice Friday at 7 15 p. In. In the Church auditorium. I the Rev. D. R. Murray of Columbus will preach at the sunday evening service of the Church of the Brethren. The deacons of the presbyterian Church will meet with the pastor immediately following the sunday morning service. The Rev. J. E. Huston of the United Brethren Church will use Quot our imperative duty As his theme for the Sermon at the sunday morning service. The evening service will be omitted because of the baccalaureate services at the presbyterian Church. Bible school registration set for monday plans have been completed for the opening of the nineteenth annual vacation Bible school of Trinity lutheran Church. Registration time is set for monday. June 5, at 2 p. M. At the Parish House. The school will be in session three weeks monday through Friday from 9 until 11 36 a. M. Each Day. All children Between the Ages of five and 18 years desiring to attend Are Welcome. The school is sponsored by the lutheran brotherhood with no expense to the pupils. It is truly what the name in plies Quot a vacation interesting and attractive courses in Bible Story hand work Wood work Bible knowledge dramatics Bible lantern picture slides Novelty and Bible geography Are being offered along with patriotic Flag drills and supervised play. Special plans have been made on work for the older pupils. The departmental plan will be followed employing six teacher. Special outings have been planned one for each week. The final one will be the school picnic at Logan Elm Park Friday june 23, at 9 30 a. M. Closing events will include Public presentation of Bible plays on the stage at the Parish House thursday. June 22. At 8 p. In. Flag drills will be presented also at this time by pupils of the primary department. The school will have a program in the Church sunday june 25, at 10 15 a. M. Of household Hents when you buy yarn to make hand knit articles get a Little extra Wool so that you will have some left Over even if you have to buy an extra Ball. The articles can then be mended by re knitting in patches when they begin to Wear. If sheer fabrics slip while you Are cutting them pin the fabric to lightweight paper before you put the pattern Down for cutting. Done to forget to give the wrapping paper to the Salvage drive when you Are finished with it. Church of the Nazarene Rev. A. Way pastor sunday school 9 30 a. M. Worship hour 10 45 a in n. Y. P s service 7 30 p. In. Evening service. 8 p. In. Baccalaureate Trinity sunday Sermon to be to be observed Given sunday at st. Joseph s the official members of the United Brethren Church and its organizations will be installed in a special ceremony at the morning worship at the Church. When you take a cake from the oven place it on a rack in the tin for about five minutes. The sides of the cake should then be loosened Fresn the tin and the cake turned out on the rack to finish Cooling. St. Philips episcopal Rev. L. Sherburne Rector sunday services holy com Munion for Young people 7 30 a m. Church school 9 15 a. In holy communion and Sermon 10 30 a in. Radcliff june Smith. Harry welder Marion Jones Patty Valentine Corbin Justice Roy Marcum Carolyn welter. Jerry Mayberry 0 september a a w Omen s Bible t la eight members of the women Bible class of the presbyterian Virginia Wilkins Paul Ankrom Church met Friday at the Home of Marilyn Blue and Carey Blevins. Jar frs. George Hammell. North a a a court Street. Mrs. Charles Drea Morris lad a Ald Bach conducted the Short business j Morris Chapel ladies Aid so hour and the devotional service. Piety met thursday at the Home or. Eva Dresbach arranged the of mrs. Marvin Musselman Circle Short program of readings by class vile route 4. With mrs f e Dunn assisting. Mrs. Roy Strazier president was in charge of the business hour and the Rev. F. E. Dunn and mrs. Harry Arledge conducted the devotional. A varied program was presently ambers refreshments concluded the affair. A a a group g meet group g of the women s association of the presbyterian Church a Iet Friday in the social room with mrs. Robert Mosser chair re at the close of the business Man. In charge. Mrs. E. S. Shane hour and the meeting closed with is serving As co chairman of the delightful lunch group mrs. Arthur Steele Secre a a tary and mrs. Joe Adkins treas missionary Las 0rer. Mrs. Paul Gearhart has been Young people s missionary named a program chairman. Class met Friday at the Church of during the afternoon plans for the Brethren for the regular week the group were outlined the Reguly session. Ten were present. Jar meetings to be held the third scripture was read from st. Friday of each month at 2 30 Luke to by the Rev. Arthur Cupp. A in. It was decided also to have he used for his discussion topic monthly dues of 50 cents for each a the seventy 8ent member and it w a requested that after the prayer session Testa dues for the period Between april monies were Given and the meet through september be paid at the my closed with group singing of first fall meeting hymns. 10 the september session will be at the Home of mrs. A b. Stevenson Wayne township. The summer meetings will be omitted. A Dona Pathfinder la a a combined session ladies society and Luther league of Christ lutheran Church met in combined session Friday at the Home of or. And mrs. Paul for saturday june 3 this Days astrological map holds rather conflicting and complicated conditions with Many annoyances and perplexities largely brought about by uncontrolled temper impulses emotions and speech. All this impetuosity resentment bad feeling and Contention May prove a defeating Factor to some Well grounded chances for substantial Success and solid achievements it May also arouse the ire of those in High places who May be disposed to use their authority to chasten or subdue. Keep within the Law work diligently on Well organised objectives and there May be Gratifying rewards and pleasant contacts. If it is your birthday those whose birthday it is May he on the eve of a year of substantial Progress and sound achievements. With a solidification of the affairs. Efforts for enduring Worth Security and permanence of position should not be jeopardized by tendency to strife Contention malice and an indulgence in impetuous and emotional moves As Well As words or writings. They May forfeit support from Public or influential sources and incite reprisals or penalties. Concent rated Effort for the future should be enforced rather than momentary satisfactions of grudges a child born on this Day May have Many Safe and sturdy qualifier for serious achievements in life but its tendency to strife impulsive and emotional indulgence May undermine its Best aspirations. Second Baptist Cli Rob Rev. Harold Wingo pastor 9 30 a. Rn., sunday school Robert Jones superintendent Joan Byrd Secretary Leo to Sidney clerk 10 45 a. Rn., worship 3 p. Rn., worship 6 30 p. In. B. A p. U. 0 school Days featuring classes in Thompson Jackson township Reading writing and arithmetic marked the program of the Dorcas Pathfinder class of the Calvary evangelical Church Friday when the members met at the a me of mrs. Mark de Long East Mound Street. Each run Ber was dressed As a child a pig Tailan Large Gay bows of ribbon and school with 54 members and guests present. A delightful cooperative lunch was served. The Rev. George l Troutman. President was in charge of the business and devotional hour. The topic Quot a Loyal lutheran was read by mrs. Lawrence Krimmel. The program planned by miss frocks of Long ago marking the Helen m. Kern and mrs thump outfits. Each carried achoo books son opened with a piano Solo by a lessons for the evening were George Emerson Troutman redhead from the second third and ration Betty Krimmel readings Quot restorers or creators a is the subject chosen by the Rev. Carl l. Kennedy for Bis baccalaureate Sermon sunday at 8 p. In. In the presbyterian Church. Miss abbe Mills Clarke will play Elgar s Quot pomp and circumstance Quot As the processional. And Quot triumphal March Quot by Verdi for the recessional. The choir with mrs. Clark will directing will sing Jacques wolfes British children s the sacrament of the lord s supper will be observed in the presbyterian Church sunday morning the service starting at to 30. Miss Clarke will begin the worship hour with two Organ compositions Quot chorale on a hymn tune Quot Jay Noble and a Jean Joy of Many a desiring by Bach. Miss Clarke will also play Quot june from Quot the seasons by Tsehai Kowsky and Quot recessional by Curran. The choir under the dilation of mrs. Will will sing the British children s prayer by Jacques Wolfe. Rev. Carl l. Kennedy will give the meditation the subject being Quot Only a Towel a the text being drawn from John 13.4, a the took a extravagant and in Ponci As sunday is the Day set aside pled indulgences. Particularly Are in june to celebrate the 100th an we Pitinga and documents liable to Niv Ersary of the Young men s be distorted twisted or made to Christian association four Young serve expediency rather than Prin men of the congregation will As first methodist Church Clarence Swearingen pastor 9 15 a. Rn., Church school. W Earl Hilyard. Superintendent. 10 30 a. Rn., worship. Of. To assure a Juicy pie fold Edge of top crust under ledge of lower crust then crimp into High scallops. Ganee and excesses also May menace. Those whose birthday it is May have a difficult and dangerous year with perplexities and problems largely resulting from Sci i fish. Trinity sunday the last Day of the easter season in the Catholic Church will be celebrated in st. Josephus Church sunday. This is the final Day on which communi-1 cants May fulfil their duty of receiving communion during the easter time and remain practical catholics. Persons who do not receive communion during the eastertide automatically Cut themselves off from the body of the Church. The easter time begins with the first sunday in Lent and extends to Trinity sunday. Masses sunday will be at the regular time at 8 of clock a lows mass and the High mass at to of clock. Beginning next sunday june la masses will be at 7 of clock and 9 o clock for the warm weather season. Of a a a a a household hints chop cold leftover pork for other meat with Small onion. Add bread crumbs season Well and fill scooped out tomatoes with mixture we hich has been moistened with the Tomato you have scooped out bake. Oil your sewing machine after every to hours of use by putting a drop of Oil on each bearing As directed in the instruction Hook. The committee on housing for the Young Peoples convention will meet monday at 8 p. In. At the u. B Church. Prayer service will be wednesday at 7 30 p. M. The Rev. James o. Miller pastor of the Pilgrim Church will speak sunday morning on the subject. Quot the hardest problem in the Church today a and in the evening on the topic Quot the value of Christ s Mem brighten up l Sherwin Williams paint enamel id Semi Lustre floor enamel porch and deck paint varnishes Etc. Also turpentine. Waxes. Polishes cleaners and water softener grand Girard s the Friendly drug store attend your Church sunday Ciple. Similar excesses and reek Les Aneas in private life May jeopardize happiness. A child born on this Day May be so self entered and careless of its Honor integrity and prudence As to need strict supervision in its infancy. Sist the minister in the worship service. They Are the following George d. Mcdowell or Robert Steele. Charles will and Robert Porter. During the service mrs. Ned Bdl will be received into the membership of the Church. Of for sunday june 4 sundays Horoscope indicates a rather complicated state of affairs with Promise of much Joy and pleasure Success and achievement but the auspicious conditions May be nullified by various forms of extravagance self indulgence wild and dubious conduct. There May be temptations in connection with writings documents or agreements w hich May be distorted or manipulated toward unworthy ends personal ext revs its better Cook with electricity Columbus and Southern Ohio electric co. Sell your dream amp eggs co operatively to the Pickaway Dairy Assn w. Main Mommy anything in i insurance Omen i Hummel amp Plum the Barrio Agency l a a r by. Phone in i ii watch our window Sennen b refiner a watch shop a in n. Court by gym by. Attend your Church sunday attend your Church sunday rent a Safe and economical safety Deposit Box at the third National Bank Quot where Sonde Predo Mootoo it s better Cook with electricity Columbus and Southern Ohio electric co. Attend your Church sunday attend your churl sunday attend your Church sunday wow open May i to ? monday through Friday 8 00 a in. To 7 30 p. In. Saturday 8 of a. In. To 10 30 p. In. Sunday 8 00 a. In. To noon i he Circleville ice co. Rent a Safe and economical safety Deposit Box by the third National Bank. Quot where service predominate Quot

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