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Defiance Crescent News (Newspaper) - February 8, 1950, Defiance, Ohio Wednesday february 8. 1950 society Defiance Ohio z i. A i aer.,r to. Zzz sum Crescent-new8 Pao my wednesday Lily May class birthday banquet new Bradford 6 30 . Newcomers club do drop inn 7 30 . St. Johns lutheran ladies auxiliary school Hall 8 . Bridge club mrs. Charles Williams 6 30 . Kettering club Stag supper 6 30 . V. F. W. Auxiliary Valentine party vow Hall. 8 . Omega Lodge 7 30 . Dav and auxiliary Dav Home 8 . O. G. Club mrs. Pau1 Veith. Evening. St. Paul methodist a pcs sex. Bd., 11 30 . Luncheon 12 30 . Program 1 30 . Nonpareil girls 4 30 . Christian mothers study club mrs. Frances Imber 7 30 . Zion lutheran ladies auxiliary Church 8 . Knights of Columbus special film and taste testing 8 p. In. St. John s Junior and senior co choir school Hall 7 . Senior unit business meeting 8 p. In. In y amp 14 see our Complete selection of hol Mork Valentines Ruess amp Snyder inc of thursday Willard Actu a dues paying Tea mrs. S. G. Galliers 2 . D. S. B. Club Kettenring Golf club mrs. Arthur ii. Lundberg hostess. 8 . E. S. Catholic ladles club. Mrs. Mary Domingue evening. Episcopal service league birthday Bridge Parish House 8 . Thursday fighters club or. Ted Meyers evening. Methodist children a missionary Circle Church after school. Eve. U. B. Progress class Church t 30 . Christian mothers society school Hall 2 . Double 4 pinochle club mrs. Joe Bohn evening. Victory Pepper club mrs. Anna Lamb evening. Der bunco club. Mrs. John Shock evening. Pinochle club mrs. Wayne Mcfeeters evening. Bridge club mrs. Ralph r. Goldener evening. Pinochle club mrs. Richard Oxley evening. Thursday luncheon Bridge Kettenring Golf club. Mrs. De s. Charles jr., hostess. I . Friendly Pepper club mrs. Don Myers evening. St. Paul lutheran father son banquet Parish Hall 7 30 . Sigma Iau Beta sorority miss Marilyn Compo 7 30 p. In. Society of artists. F. A. Daum residence. 7 30 . Spencer . A. 3 . Defiance commander knights Templar no. 30. 7 30 i . Lion s club new Bradford 12 15 . So. Richland get together club precinct House 1 30 . Noble to. Knitting club mrs. Henry Bockus 2 . S. P. K b. S. Q. S. A., memorial Hall. 8 30 p. In. # second Ward round Robin second Ward round Robin group of first Baptist Church will meet at 7 30 . Friday with mrs. E. Delaney. 1057 Holgate a. Pinochle club mrs. Richard Oxley will be hostess to her pinochle club thursday evening at her new Home in South Clinton St. St. Valentine sup Perette next sunday feb. 12 St. Mary s Church. Junction featuring famous Noodle soup % adults 65c children 45c serving begins at 4 30 . Father Gates pastor c. D. Of c. Committees for the Book review being sponsored by Catholic daughters of America sunday feb. 26, were named at the february meeting of this organization monday night in k. Of c. Hall. The general committee includes mesdames Mary Luck Hilda Layman. Grace Eek Eda Wei Gerding and Augusta Kehnast reception misses Mary Kohout Thelma Pepe Helen Mcbroom mesdames Mary Ondrovek Janet Schudel Esther and Helen Batt Helen Willitzer Thelma Snider and Alberta Fronk and refreshments mesdames Henrietta Mack Agnes Burns Mary Taylor Mary Feeney Josephine Barber Ann Kroeckel Corrine Boff Clara Utendorf Mary Mcgrew and Florence Hasch. The review to be Given by miss Chressence Nolan will be Fulton Oursler so father Flannigan of boys business was followed by a social hour prizes going to mrs. Mary Hart bunco mrs. Carl Wrede Bridge mrs. Lucille Mcbroom and miss Mary Coressel pinochle and mrs. Juanita Tate attendance. Junior Mission band Bassey Okom. Nigeria w. Africa a Defiance collage student was guest speaker at the february meeting of Junior Mission band in St. Paul lutheran Parish Hall monday after school. His talk was followed by a question and answer period. Thirty nine children were present including one new member Philip Moses and two guests. Paul Hornish and Marsha Mattocks. Tom Schmunk read scripture and Larry Frank had the table prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostesses Mary Ann Brinkman. Phyllis Hunts and Jeanette sonic by. Hosts for the March 6 meeting Are Elaine Shoup Dennis Fredericks Connie Morris and sue Ellen Parker. Sese be St. Mary a league girls a brides party honouring miss Agnes Coressel Bride elect of Hubert Kerr of Bryan. Feb. 18, and a Valentine party featured the meeting of St. Mary a league girls tuesday night in the school Hall with 12 members in attendance. In behalf of the league a gift was presented to miss Coressel. Lighted red candles and hearts graced the table for refreshments served by the committee misses Sally Kahl Marne Farrell and Mary Ellen Wilhelm. At the March 7 meeting there will be no social session due to Lent. In birth or. And mrs. Bill Albertson Edgerton Are parents of a 7 la. Daughter Sandra a. Born feb. 2. Mrs. Albertson is the former Beverly Fiig daughter of or. And mrs. Rupert Fiig. Edgerton. Mrs. Helen keys it. 9, Defiance is a great grandmother to the baby. All Winter Coats out they go yes every remaining coat from our big Winter Stock now marked Way Down to $13 and $19. Hurry in to take advantage of these final clean up prices they la move out. Fast most of these Coats Ara late season special purchases and have been in our store less than a month. Still a wide Range of sizes and fabrics. Not All colors. Close out famous make bras you la he amazed when you see them were priced up to $3now away they go for a Mere $1.69 sizes 32-40, a b and c cups. White Only. $69 these must go one group Winter dresses $370 broken sizes priced to Clear our Racks one group Winter dresses $5.00 broken sizes but real buys Wesleyan service Guild february meeting of Wesleyan service Guild of St. Paul methodist Church tuesday night in trome of mrs. Barton Westrick 303 second St., was attended by 23 members and four guests mrs. Louis Zachrich a Stater miss Lola Ackerman. Toledo mrs. Virgil Webb mrs. Kenneth Amsbaugh am or. Joseph c. Richards. For devotions mrs. Don White used As her theme the program presented by mrs. Zachrich was a report on a Mission which the Guild helps to support in Tokyo. Routine business was followed by a social hour with refreshments served by the hostess and her associates mrs. Edward Reth Mel and mrs. Willard Mast. Hostesses for March 7, plaice to be announced Are mrs. Bert Rimer mrs. Kenneth Davis and mrs. Richard Fallon. It twins birthday dinner 1 mrs. Clyde c. Oren 9 in Ottawa av., entertained her twin sister mrs. Wallace Relyea and mrs. Relyea a 6-Yeair-old twin daughters Marilyn and Carolyn. At dinner tuesday noon in Celebration of their feb. 6 and Fob. 4 birthday anniversaries respectively. Also a guest at dinner was mrs. Lottie Moorehead. In the afternoon they called in the Home of mrs. Geren and mrs. Relyea a Uncle Louis f. Osborn for a visit with the Osborne a two sets of twin grandsons Ronald and Roger age 2. And Clarence and Charles 8 weeks sons of or. And mrs. Louis Bill Osborn. Mrs. Burtnet Shisler took pictures of the four sets of twins. Birthday party Susan Leonard daughter of or. And mrs. Jack Leonard 704 Elbert St., celebrated her third birthday anniversary at a party saturday afternoon. The children accompanied by their mothers included Ronald Beardsley Charlene Gold fuss Elwood Hanenkrath Pamela Patsy and Lenora Ripke Carol Hart Gloria Grant and Betty Ann Leonard. As the party was in Progress Susan a grandparents or. And mrs. Virgil Hoover stopped by. Regrets were received from Michael Fetter Jimmy Hostettler and Warren Hart. In serving mrs. Leonard was assisted by the mothers. Little Candy filled plastic baskets were favors. Maumee Rebekah Lodge plans for an attendance contest were discussed at the regular meeting of Maumee Rebekah Lodge tuesday night in i. O. O. F. Hall. Business was followed by a social hour in the dining room where table appointments for the serving of refreshments were in keeping with St. Valentines Day. Due to degree team practice following the next meeting feb. 21, there will be no social session. In ens pinochle club mrs. John Mack wa3 a guest of ens pinochle club tuesday afternoon in Home of mrs. Jerome Seibenick 926 Warren St. Winners at cards were mrs. William Schweitzer mrs. Robert Hassel Schwert mrs. Carl Bauer and mrs. Frank Schweitzer. Mrs. Carl Bauer 917 Warren St., will be hostess feb. 21. Salmagundi club Salmagundi club will meet at 2 30 . Friday in Home of mrs. Fred s. Miller 411 Washington av., with mrs. D. J. Slosser of the program. Amp St. Johns co choir practice of St. Johns Junior and senior co at 7 of clock tonight will be followed by a business meeting of the senior unit in the school Hall. # Friendly Pepper club mrs. Don Myers 805 Kentner St., will entertain Friendly Pepper club thursday evening. 0 3k u. C. T. Business meeting of United commercial travellers at 8 . Friday in memorial Hall will be followed by cards at 9. Oak Grove u. B. Prayer meet prayer meeting will be held this evening at Oak Grove Church of the Sherwood United Brethren circuit it was announced today by the pastor Rev. Amos Mast. Pinochle club mrs. Wayne Mcfeeters 911 Columbus av., will be hostess to her pinochle flub thursday night. Ohio officials find no Way to bar Stromboli # Columbus. Feb. 8�?Ohio officials can find no Way today to bar the showing of Ingrid bergmans new movie attorney general Herbert s. Duffy contends he is without authority to rescind tile Jan. 30 approval of the picture by the Ohio censor Board. State education director Clyde Hissong who serves As the states chief movie censor asked that he be permitted to bar the picture from Ohio Heaters. The top censor admitted earlier he had not seen the film but said he had been told it was a just an Ordinary run of the mine picture. Rather Duffy ruled that the use of a a unfavourable publicity of the principal actress to revoke approval a would not Only be an abuse of discretion but also contrary to Ohio Law. Hissong made the plea tuesday explaining that a there would have been no question about showing the picture if it had not been for the divorce and tile he referred to miss bergmans mexican divorce action and the recent birth of a son to her in Italy. Roberto Rossellini producer of claims to be the father of the baby. American legion auxiliary Twenty five dollars to the polio fund were voted by 22 members of american legion auxiliary unit 117, at a meeting tuesday night in memorial Hall. It also was voted to Send mrs. Inez Schriner president and mrs. Irene Macdonald Secretary to the Spring conference at the Neil House Columbus March to and la. Mrs. Dorothy Reese Swanton District president will be a guest at the March 7 meeting it was announced. Contests featured the social hour in charge of mrs. Guy o. Murphy hostess chairman. Next meeting feb. 21 will be a 6 30 of clock potluck with Dan Batt speaker. His subject is a legislation regarding the thursday luncheon Bridge mrs. De s. Charlesjr. Will be hostess to thursday luncheon Bridge club this week at the Kettenring Golf club. M. I. C. Mrs. Philip t. Sherman Dearborn Mich., was a guest of Mutual improvement Circle at a meeting tuesday afternoon in Home of mrs. Grant r. Peters 1102 Jefferson av., with 17 members present. The program on san Antonio was presented by mrs. Olen Slough. Mrs. Ray w. Palmer 12 College place will be hostess feb. 21, with mrs. Lee o. Tustison on the program. Bridge club mrs. Ralph r. Goldenetz Motel Westwood will entertain he Bridge club thursday evening. D. E. R. Bunco club d. E. R. Bunco club will meet thursday evening with mrs. John Shock 139 session St. Court House real estate transfers Defiance City Harland Heide Priem and wife to George s. Wellman or. And Edna l. Wellman lot 7, Heidepriem 1st add. Hicksville Shafer to Village of Hicksville it. Lot 176, shoe factory add., and it. Lot 82, auditors plat. Noble and Margaret Dickey to Defiance enterprises inc., lot i and it. Lot 2. College Hill. Install Ayersville future teacher club five Bowling Green state University students will be in Ayers Ville tonight to install the future teachers of America club of the Highland South Richland school. Or. John e. Gee associate professor of education will speak on a teaching As a the University student team includes Eileen Pasco Dillonvale Shirley von Brock Elyria Donald Stevenson Findlay Herbert Redding Fremont and Jean Alspaugh Lima. Shop opposite courthouse Royal hawaiians with Coconut Joe a a will be at the Clinton restaurant wed., thurs., Fri. And sat. Can also be heard Over won Friday at 2 30 to 3 00 . Personals mrs. Charles Tate had As luncheon guests today mrs. John Aubrey president of the Toledo diocesan Council of Catholic women mrs. Harold sturdavent and miss Alberta Dent All of Toledo. Or. And mrs. A. E. Wolcott had As week end guests or. And mrs. Fred Sherman Gerald and Lynda Jean of Lansing Mich. Or. Sherman who was reared in South America where his parents were missionaries spoke at the Defiance adventist Sabbath school sunday regarding conditions in the Mission Fields there. Richard Demaline of Wauseon has been assigned the Defiance area As an agent of Mutual Trust life insurance co. Of Chicago. He has sold his House in Wauseon and with his family will move to Defiance As soon As living quarters Are found Here. Jim Duerk and Dee hemp Stock of Buffalo n. Y., returned tuesday to resume their studies at Bowling Green state University after spending a week Between semesters in Home of his parents or. And mrs. Karl a. Duerk. Defiance Hospital census Midnight feb. 7 male surgical 5, medical 2. Female surgical 6. Medical 3. Children surgical 0, medical to. Obstetrical 6, births i. Deaths�?0. Admission 6, discharged 9. Total�?32. Visiting hours�?2 to 4 p. In. And 7 to 8 30 p. In. Admissions Richard Brewer 109 a Glaize St., surgical mrs. Louise Russell. 243 Gray St., medical Charles Frank it. I Ney medical and Marjorie Durham it. 2, Pioneer medical tuesday. Discharges mrs. Kenneth Wirick and son. 828vs Perry St. Mrs. Nelson Ball and son. 1012 Ayers Vinje a. Mrs John Kurivial and son. It. 6 Gene re nov it. 8. Surgical and mrs Howard Riggs Continental tuesday and Leona Brenkier Etc medical monday. In cause you Nice pm girl scouts girl scout troop 4, at a meeting tuesday after school in St. Paul lutheran Parish Hall started tryouts for the play a just what the doctor ordered to be presented at the girl scout leaders association meeting in april and later for the parents. Tryouts were to be continued again today after school in Home of mrs. O. E. Dayson. Next regular meeting will be feb. 14. Better cough Relief when new drugs or old fail to Stop j your cold done to delay. Safe dependable or emulsion goes quickly to the seat of the trouble to relieve acute bronchitis or Chest colds. Or emulsion has stood the test of More than 30 years and millions of users. It contains Safe proven ingredients no narcotics and is Fine for children. Ask your druggist for or emulsion and take it promptly according to directions. Or emulsion relieves coughs a Chest colds a bronchitis a Sweet toasted fresh cause folks eat Kellogg a com flakes fast As we make Mem get your bargain in goodness Kellogg a com flakes Mother knows a West i Busy Farmers club heard a talk on the feeding of hogs by Bob Smith at a meeting last week in the Home of Leonard Ingle with All members and one visitor in attendance. Business was followed by refreshments. Next meeting will be 7 30 . Feb. To in the Floyd Stites Home. Free hearing test hotel Henry Friday feb. To a i to 8 p. or. B. L. Smith factory trained Beltane consultant will give without Cost or obligation a free hearing test to anyone and show you the new 1950 Beltane with the phantom old no Button shows in the ear. If you can please bring a Friend or relative who is having hearing difficulties. Beltane hearing test 135 e. Berry Stfort Wayne Indiana. Have you seen the new Brent Woods boy they re terrific your Best buy. V yet new Brentwood Waffle pique dresses a stripes a prints a Plains smart new dresses same Low Low Price they re terrific. Just imagine. Crisp handsome Waffle pique most wanted fabric this Spring at a Price this Low nothing skimpy about these full Cut dresses either. Nothing old hat about those fresh new styles take a look at that White accented Plain pastel powder Blue Rose Aqua. Notice the slimming Way those Candy stripes Are handled see those Floral prints. And hurry in to Penney a sizes 12-44. Reg. . Pat. Off. To Morrow you have a Date at Penney a

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