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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1940, Coshocton, Ohio
Phone numbers subscription class Ada and display ads 205. News room 170. The Coshocton Tribune the weather Ohio generally fair and Wanner sunday monday fair. Vol. Xxxi no. 218. But stat coshocton7, Ohio sunday morning. March 31, 1940. Full leased wire report at three cents Chest faces i crucial test in final Days total at week end is still far Short of goal Coshocton s first Community Chest Campaign has netted exactly in its initial four Days it was revealed in totals compiled saturday Nighat. Altho nearing the five figure Point the drive was a full far Short of its goal and the hardest pan of the Campaign was admittedly still ahead. J we face our real test this j said Campaign chairman Guy Clow. Time limit set j for the drive is next saturday i girl scouts Salute the colors these girl scouts Are shown in one their night. That Days hut there s j horse shoe bag ceremony formations pan of the an enormous amount of work re i joking of respect to the colors taught thru the mailing to be done. Organization. They Are left to right. Joanne Shannon. Clita Endsley Carol Scott Joan Harry Mary Giggle Elizabeth Mandley. Shirley Voshall the majority of the big contributors already have come in. And it s going to take real Effort to keep Money flowing into the Chest on schedule. Every teams Captain. Every worker should Complete his assignments As soon and As Thorold As possible. At this stage the Community j Chest needs every Dollar it can get and needs its urgently. We can t go Over the top unless every workers does his Job unless the j Public responds with utmost Gen j Rosity to this Fine Community j 1 Campaign officials reported that several contributors and even Tesia. Captains had misinterpreted the typewritten notations on the Back of the Campaign cards. These notations merely indicate the amounts the donor gave last j year to the various participating agencies. They Are not to be regarded either As a limit or a de Mand on any contributes the Campaign Brot in s1250 saturday which was considerably than Friday s showing of ss16. The to Ork of several teams is Stumf scarcely started however Naomi Ruth Perkins Mary Elizabeth Beach Irene Chacos. Dorothy Clymer Barbara Croy Judith Stipes. Wanda Patterson Ethel Scott Patricia Patterson Patricia Scott and Joan Chambers. The girl scouts Are one of the seven participating agencies of the Community Chest. Warning from mayor Benm. A thus Aren by the laser was s the average monthly Cost to Vou v a Kardy that full penalty of the Law arid fuels will be invoked against Owr Jers Ord of the present Ioor Board. S and gardens softened by been Many n wet weather have suffered stances where personal consider a e damage where dogs erty Ana Ocon rave torn -.13 the turf the mayor rites planned for fire victims owners of Doss vere Given a further that a Roundup of All dogs running at Large in the City has been the time for the Roundup Wil be announced until after it comp Retior. Doge found at Freedom be Ana the owner May be notes than one nor More than 10 Dol Lars. Under the administration of the act in. T a r. Re bargaining unit direct Contra j of the intent o Smith s report said. It accuse a the Board of in angering n setting up the expropriate units a. Or Der to favor one of vice Roundup started Canton. Of m Coshocton made him a it i of Bethlehem . Tory forecasts political effects of Trade bul vote occurred to March 13 at to widow docs Here Washington Senate he publican Leader Charles l. My i Narv last night predicted " saturday morning tory in tar mrs. Mary Elizabeth Weaver. Cans and democrats in Congress j who advocated Senate ratification administration s reciprocal the november ejection i demand the g. O. Chairman replied the Kerscher Ator co. In 2 statement which said that surviving Are the wife. Char failure of . Thacher to receive 3otte two . An invitation to speak at the and Don a brother Tho polu is. Amy Bacon. Of Shotton dec. 13. 1367. Her band preceded her in death seven years ago. Surviving Are four Mary whate and mrs. Frank Ratis Carioti to the h o u s a approved Resolution extending the Trade sure errant act for years Iron. June 1c. Battje a to Trenor of Coshocton mrs. Wayne. O it abatement in the j to attend or. Or to Ioie do 16 Carney be seminar of safety Lon Portsmouth o. Services for Ray Leecy col Steamer in trouble Otis 60, Dies at county Home Otis big Howell. 60. at 35. His and four of their sve Tran who died when their Home burned in be held monday at Decatur High county. Re Ary Lou Leedy he two Surv for of the Franj fourty grand jury to Oay after ree Day Tson of vice ors Here. A statement the charged t a. ears 300 in Tion n the tutior., ledges of a Spon had previously from county to in ? of local 44. A Junior. Of 3rd a or of the brother Hove of to of tvrs Brand a Lumm of Dayton two j Ion the voters rope de and Arthur Weaver both approval of the republicans of Coshocton grandchildren democrats in great grandchildren three ported the s stars and a brother. The first a nose funeral will be con i feat it will mean newspaper be and ducted at 9 a. M. Tuesday at Sac j vember t a _ _ tre inc. National tru Jere Rayor de s. Of. Not to Corr a. Was More thar. Or even Era Nee of recovery. The Sre occurred after Leedy no attempted to Light z Are with he o. No per saturday afternoon at the cos Roc ton county York Mackay radio in was Horn a Jef reported last night that near Darling Gas resigns state Job. _ _ Coli bus Koo steamship King Edward in the eur of and mar of Akron candidate for the i North Atlantic Una asked for As i Garet Brightwell. Republican nomination for state distance in mediately of a tug funeral Fcr-.-cc-? v. To study the i Ponce Ira a. Dene. E v. To Tutor. Had been licensed. N 3 unite sri , accidents. Arc Grain g Studebaker to motor be attended the sacred heart cd Reh at Toledo a member of the holy name society the St. Vincent de Paul society. scr be he la info Kcf. Burial in car sry the heart Church. The Rev. For. A. J. Domm wis celebrate pm mass. Burial be in South j Lawn cemetery. Grandson Dies finnish minister weds Fairfax. .7. . The rom Ster from Fin removed to Home Clifford Overholt. Or iia Tely of a funeral ? v a be con. Auditor yesterday resigned As overho t. Fre no. E because o a broken nodder head j ducted 2 p. M. at the employees of the sales tax division. Moved to i. From ships in the were asked Glass funeral Home. 710 main it. Office of the state tax k. B. Moore Noire or. South to reply to the King Edward s burial vill be in South lava. Cem in. Akron. The resignation is of tenth si., Ieva fall for Hela. Every. Ann 1. Crating from an operation. To of Core Lieut. m. Krems land and Margaret Shaw of bounced Vesterdal. of Northwestern univer England v. Ere married saturday sity traffic Institute Mildred at a ceremony at the adult Edu Home of r. Vai on Moore coun speaker engaged new Concord. O Hob i 34" Ert f. Specs. Former ? of tie of foreign of the Church g a the commencement to on tune it is j charts , s20 nor -. Ninth St. De Verc of tha Cesta o her so Vin r Curcur de Fjader Mckay , director of c 1 e v Eland automobile Soclof of the Tate department of tip a be l v. a daughter. Nancy aged 6. a brother Carl Doney of Akron. Charles Doney and his toothed mrs. E Iii Diey self club s. Weightier. The director of highways and col trip couple left on a thru the i Cuth. Judge marries Cottle i the marriage of my Charles and Kail Host Spencer. Coshocton and James and son. Max. Will attend fun honeymoon May took p sat-1 eral services in Akron Moncay. The Bride urday morning with judge Hosfelt an aunt of the de superintendent of arrived from England on thurs-1 the Ohio Highway patrol Day. M off id they will i ceased it be unable to attend clo Wille due to illness
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