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Lima News, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1960, Lima, OhioLima news thurs., March 3, i96c round table officers selected officers for the coming year were elected by the round table at the tuesday meeting held with . 0. P. Mikesell. Barbara Anne it. Mrs. May Lewis was name president of the club and other officers Are . John snowball vice president . S. B Adgate Secretary . B. F. Seitz treasurer . C. A Steere was program Leader and attending were . Ediff tingler Mary Lea . May Lewis . W a. Misch . Lyman Page . Seitz William Swartz Man. Mrs tingler w. Market will be the next hostess. Moose women hold meeting women of the Moose met tues Day in the Moose Lodge with Eari Mcmillen senior Regent in charge. Enrolment ceremony was held for miss Mary Eberle and Jack Mueller was. Awarded the Lodge prize James Smith assisted by Edmund Booher was Host Ess for the social hour it was announced there would be dancing at the Lodge saturday beginning at . For Mem Ber families and friends next meeting will be March 8 at 8 . With . Charles Gar Man and Aliee Pursinger As hostesses dance planned at Harmony Grove Donkey will be held Sun Day evening from 7 till 10 pm. At Harmony Grove Spencerville. A Donkey club members in the area Are invited three local Call ers George Klaus my Cal Herm on and Ralph to Estig will pro vide the program. Royal pair or. And . James Stover were named King and Queen of tuesday night s Mardi gras Ball sponsored by St. Rita s auxiliary at Shaw Nee country club. The couple was crowned and presented with scepter and caplets to denote their Royalty after which they reigned supreme for the remainder of the evening. Mrs. Martin Cogley president of the auxiliary left and . A. M. Barone president elect on the right performed the Coronation ceremony. World Day of prayer program to be Given by Defiance professors look in on Swonger s furniture City you la like what you see open nitestii9 closed sunday Halfway Between Wapak and St. Marys on route 33 at Moulton n the Public is. Urged to Atten the annual world Day of Pray o be presented Friday beginning at 2 at Market Street pre i Tenan Church. Lima Council United Church women will Fram Vith local people the presentation of a dramatic interpretation of the 3ook of Job. Ronald a. Willis Defiance co Ege director of dramatics i supervise the Reading group Corn posed of the following god George g. Arkebauer choir director and professor music j. Lev director of freshman English Eliphaz Alton Kurtz or Fessor in education Bildad d Carl Wulfman professor in chem Stry Zophar Rev. Raymon Jones College chaplain congregational Christian College satan dry Lawrence Lee professor j in English prologue . Ron Aid a. Willis professor in speech the world wide prayer Servic which is used this first Friday i Lent for the seventy fourth of Servance will unite thousands o christians around the world i prayer and thanksgiving in 60 Ian gauges and 1000 dialects. Music for the Day will be Sun by . Michael Pappas accompanied at the Organ by . David Fulleton. The meditation period from 3 t will be punctuated by d notional material every fifteen minutes by members of l i in Council. Mrs. Lloyd Buchanan i sudden service in at . By monday through saturday 41st anniversary Sale ladies Coats Plain top Coats we invite you to open a charge account to. Fati Molly shirts beautifully laundered 910 n. Shore or. 310 w. Market provide background Organ music beginning at the children s service w i 11 be presented for adults and children for the thin time in Lima. Mrs. K. L. Shal and . Georgia Allen will be in charge of the participating Chil Dren. Mrs. Lloyd Buchanan Wil be organist As . Helen Anne Carpenter directs the children s service this year As the following children have speaking parts Irma Daniels Joyce Bailey Karen Powell Herman Bailey o african methodist episcopal Ste Ven Butler first evangelical am reformed Nancy Graham Carol Ebling Janet Graham Joyce Greetham Karen Copland Eddie Davis Dave Steiner Belle Heff Ner Anna Selfridge John Kilgore Ano Bill Mcbride All of mar Ket Street presbyterian. Choir members wid be from the episcopal congregational meth Odist e.u.b., and presbyterian churches. Lima s world Day of prayer service will close at along with services in 145 countries on six continents. Junior service league meets Junior service league members met in the Home of . Eugene Snyder. 1624 Fairway View drive tuesday when for the newly formed Lima Volun Teer Bureau being sponsored by the league were outlined. The Bureau is a part of the Community welfare Council. A makeup demonstration followed. Assisting hostesses were William Glover and . Robert Balyeat. Mrs. G. Laverne Runkle is league president. Zion women Day of prayer an open meeting in the form of a Day of prayer will be observed y Zion lutheran women at . Friday in the Church. The Rev. Maurice White will give a talk and the program heme will be Are you a ser leaders will be . T. A. Lealy. Mrs. John Kerr and . Frank Mcciain. Social Calendar thursday Priscilla Circle congregational Christian . Duane Boyd 2036 Idlewild 8 . Shrine auxiliary Argonne hotel . Calico squares Myca 8 . Happy ropers club. Mrs. How Ard Moore 877 Murphy 8 . Lima Antiques club . Ray Adams 532 e. Eureka 8 . Pilgrims Council no. 166, solar Hall . Osu mothers . Charles Tomford 3121 Clement 8 . St. Mark s methodist circles Circle four . Duane Wholf 1013 Burch . Friday Lima Blue Devil drum and Bugle corp., dance american is Gion 8 . Unity class first Baptist . Ladies social club act Argonne hotel 1 . Alt urian club Owca 1 . Kianni Annes . John a. Dixon 3142 Clifford 1 . Borrowed time club memorial Hall 2 . Harmony birthday club . Myrtle Springer 828 e. North 8 . Lookout class. Grace methodist at Church 12 noon. Book club . Orrin june 1435 Shawnee Road . Zion lutheran women Day of prayer . Saturday builders class Forest Park eur or. And . Howard Lackey it. 5. 8 . Fidelis class seventeen members attended the meeting of the Fidelis class of the first evangelical and re formed Church held in the Home of . Daniel Miller 342 Haller tuesday. Mrs. Clarence Frey. Mrs. Fran Cis Lewis . Gerald Mccune and . Edgar Mortimer assist cd and . Marvin Bucher was . Magadalene Naas so n. West will be hostess for the april 5 meeting. The american foundation for the mind makes available through a n Ghlyn specialized and trained staff Iny information or advice on teacher training rehabilitation i Library services education and welfare. Benefit card party Given Delta Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi recently held a card party in the clubroom 201 West Spring. The proceeds from the party will be used for the chapters philanthropic gifts. Those present were . Rich Ard Wishart . Maxine link . Martha Cramer . Thomas Myers . Bernard my ers . Dan Myers . Ray Mullins . Charles Burrell . Marion Reigel . Wil Liam Altenbach . Harry Gro the on . Doyt Swick . James Lawrence . Dale Lep Pla . Farrell Berquest . Richard Fissel . Erwin Adams . Joe. Nickota . John o Conner . Harold Jennings . Charles Mcbride . James Pugh. Mrs. Mary Leppla . Tom Gallaher . Clyde Jay . Donald deeds . Lloyd Foulkes jr., . James Yenser . Ronald Fisher . Hal Braunagel . Jan Young . William Parker . Lester Altstaetter and misses Shirley Brown Juanne Smith Wilma Cottrell Connie my ers , Marsha Ander son Elizabeth Robert Betty a thur and Wathene Thomas. Mrs. Fissell and . Dan my ers . Mary Leppla . Erwin Adams . Farrell Berg quist and miss Wathene Thomas received prizes. Literary Gui id hears program about Hawaii . E. E. Tomlinson presented the program hawaiian leis at the tuesday dessert luncheon of the literary Guild. Following her program Tomlinson introduced miss Dar Olyis Davis who gave a talk on ice trip to Hawaii last summer taken at the time Hawaii received . Miss Davis showed movies displayed costumes and souvenirs while her Cousin. Don Davis jr., assisted with taped another Chi Painter Guild Latex choose from 10 Beautiful pastels and White . D. C. Keve 308 s. Jud uns was hostess for the meet . L. W. Mannon and . Kenneth Harrod were guests. Members attending were . D. B. Atmore . M. B. Bow Man. Mrs. Walter p. Boner. Mrs. J. J. Fly . Howard Helmer . B. H. Hoyne . L. To Mcwhorter. And . H. P. Mow Rey . George b. Pugh . Toward read . J. M. Ring . R. E. Roeder. Mrs. Alfred Simmons. Is. E. E. Tomlinson . Roy k. Wills and . E. E. Worrell . C s. Troutman. 530 a Hauler will be hostess for the March 15 meeting when . Al if red Simmons will present the program. Mardi gras guests among those attend ing the Mardi gras Ball at Shawnee country club tuesday evening were those seated at this table. They Are clockwise or. And . William Shan Ahan or. And . Clem Boyle or. And . G. A. Bishop and or. And . John Quinn. The Ball was sponsored by St. Rita s auxiliary with . A. F. Porti Riann and . E. F. Morrill serving As co chairmen for the affair. Harrod club holds dance the Harrod Cross trailers held a dance recently in the Perry Grange with Dick linger As caller. The club voted to donate to the Westminster Volunteer fire department the purpose of mis donation is to Aid the fire department in its project of re modelling the old Westminster school building for use As a Community building. Guests attending were or. And . Herman Cowan and or. And . Robert Ashba of Kenton or. And . Cecil Davis or. And . Fay Elston Ander. And . Virgil Sloan Lima or. And . Pat Patterson and or. And . Edward Buettner Cairo or. And . Byron Sybert and or. And . Eugene Jamison of Del pos or. And . Roy Wright Elida. Members present were or. And . Harry Rudasill or. And . Marion Sutherland or. And . Roger Shaw or. And . Buss Wiswell or. And . Eldon Frankhouser . Don Swaney. Or. And . Byron Barnes or. And . Bill Mcclure mr., and . Jay Long or. And Harry Spees or. And . Wade Snow or. And . Don Tice or. And . Chester Eley or. And . Roland Wright mar and . Norman Cramer or. And . Charles Miller and . Charles Swaney or. And . Thad Cochensparge or. And . Harold Dilbone or. Arid . Roger. Billings. Or. And . Richard Wright or. And Lewis Pickering or. And . Lloyd Crabb or. And . Dale Barnes or. And . Wesley Crow or. And. Mrs. Mack Arthur or. And . Harold Hendrick is were welcomed As new members hosts for the dance were or. And . Lester Piehl or. And . David Bacome or. And Walter Casper. The next dance will be held saturday March 5 at the Perry Grange Hall with bus grate As caller. First Baptist circles hold March meetings f. Swegan 929 fre members of the Ruth Circle first Baptist Church tuesday afternoon with a dessert luncheon. Mrs. Madge Ralston led the devotions and gave a report on the Baptist missionary school in Chi Cago. e. H. Long gave a report on the missionary work of the year and . C. S. Troutman gave a Brief talk on the purposes of the love . C. M. West chairman of the Christian social relations com Mittee described the work of the committee and it was voted to help a Lima family in temporary distress. Mrs. Lloyd Bradley reported on the project work planned for the coming year. Mrs. Douglas Heintz attended As a guest and members present were . Homer Pierce Circle Leader . James Laird co Leader . J. S. Allgier -., c. S. Armstrong . C. A. Burt on . V. W. Chambers. Mrs. Phillip Kline . James Mac Donell . Wanda Martin and . G. W. Swift. The next meeting will be april 5 at 1 . In the Home of. Mrs. Carl Weber 334 s. Charles. Rebecca Circle of first Baptist Church met in the Home of . M. A. Mulvania 120 s. Dale for a dessert luncheon. Mrs. Ralph Jolley Circle Leader presented the Bible study and . Ruth Brenneman led the devotions. Mrs. Robert Edwards was a guest and members present were . Howard Laman . S. A. Hardy . Merle Laman r. , Frank Pratt . D. E. Rhoades . C. J. Smith . Tom Peterson and . William Pratt. Mrs. Grace Laman 3011 Diller Road will be hostess for the april 5 meeting. Twenty nine members of the Naomi Circle met tuesday eve Ning in the display rooms of the West Ohio Gas co. Program topic for the Day was devotions were presented by . Richard Hobbs. Mrs. Grace Marihugh is Circle Leader and . Robert Fritz is co Leader. The next meeting will be held in the Home of . Robert Fritz 706 w. Murphy on april 5. Ami tie club meeting held i in Gould Home g . Leroy King presented talk and demonstration on the finer Points of tuesday evening at the club meeting held in the Home of . Carl m. Gould 916 three Book reviews were presented Man eater by Leroy Rolston the secret of swamp by . Glenn Keysor and the nuns Story by Gould. A committee was appointed select projects for future meet Ings. During the social hour Bingo and about faces were . Williams Sowers received special dub award and . Key Sor won the door prize. Mrs. Charles Eversole was a. Guest and members present were . Keysor . King Rolston . Gould . Davis . William Sowers . Curry Harris and Louise-4 Hfinkle. The March 15 meeting will be held in the Home of . Dingledine. The club has also planned a birthday party for March 22 in Honor of the Dent . Davis at the Home . Harris w. Wayne. Former St. Marys girl weds in Dayton nuptials Mary Circle tuesday morning meeting of the Mary Circle of the first Baptist Church was held in the Home of . James Bailey 850 w. High. Mrs. Jack Collert opened the program with devotions and . Grace Hudnut was a guest. Others attending were c. E. Refl . Warner Boyer . Robert Cox . Charles Tomford. Miss Elizabeth Evers. W. High will be hostess for the next meet ing. A v Alt urian club meeting planned Alt urian club will meet Ai . Friday in the Myca with Gene Wright and . Charies 0. Guy As hostesses the program Edu cation on trial will be Given by . Gordon Humbert Beauty tips a Brush is an important Beauty tool in the Bath. Give your skin a healthy glow by stimulating circulation with a soapy Brush in the then rinse Well. If you Ever raise a Blister perhaps from wearing a tight shoe Wash the spot immediately with warm water and soap then cover it with a Dean Bandage turkish baft proprietors in of All places Istanbul Turkey Are having a hard time keeping Shtir beads above water these Days they name their Jack of business on modern apartment buildings which provide each with its Jan Bath or. And . Charles f. Leh Man married feb. 13, Are Mak ing their Home at 5171 harsh Manville Road Dayton following a trip to Florida . Lehman is the former miss Alice Jeanne o Reilly Daugh ter of or. And . James w o Reilly St. Marys. The Bride Groom is the son of or. And . Fred Lehman Columbus. The double ring ceremony was solemnized in our lady of the Rosary Catholic Church in Day ton. The Rev. Henry Taske officiated. Bouquets of White lilies adorned the altar. The Bride wore a Princess style Ballerina length gown of White taffeta the bodice styled with a lace Yoke neckline and shorted sleeves and the skirt having Bride a Bustle effect in Back. The Cir Cular shoulder length veil was caught to a Pearl Crown. She car miss Tulay Cankat to address club miss Tulay Cankat Exchange student from Turkey will be guest speaker for the Kianni Annes Friday at 1 . Mrs. John a. Dixon 3142 Clifford drive will be hostess for the meeting assisted by . W. A. Davisson . Hugh Katter . R. A. Denman . Walter Dick Haut and . R. W. Kennedy. Fashion notes now your tiny infant can have Slipper socks just like his big Brothers and Sisters. Made of Nylon with knit tops and Tricot soles Shey Are completely Wash Able even the cute animal applique and they keep Little feet warm and comfortable while baby plays in his crib. 108 s. Elizabeth Oxford 6" i cult and 9" boots olso or Ginter Boot Sand leather inst fatty Type. To Miller Jones West Gatof open til . Next time you Admire a Friend s richly upholstered furniture tool again. Thai chair May be Cov ered with Vinyl this versatile plastic with its everyday durability is being de Juned with the special occasion look of silk damask male Lasse. And Oiler Fine upholstery fabrics. So while enjoying its lax Orinas appearance Yoa can also enjoy 5ts luxurious ease of maintenance when it comes to plastic Means no More than a sponge off with soap or defer Gem rinsing and Wip t v i my dry. Ried an arrangement of White rosebuds entered with a White Orchid on a White Prayerbook with Satin streamers. Her Only jewelry was a single strand of pearls a gift of the bridegroom. Her father gave her in marriage. Miss Mary Weidner Dayton was maid of Honor and . Rob Ert Brandt Dayton was Matron of Honor. Miss Weidner wore a Street length eggshell brocaded dress with Navy accessories. Mrs. Brandt wore a Street length dress of Royal Blue silk with Navy accessories. Both attendants car tied colonial bouquets. The bridegroom was attendee by Robert Brandt and George maus. Among the Many activities of the american foundation for the Blind is a seminar on research and blindness attend id by Blind and sighted scientists Ltd held at the foundation tin supervision of John w. Trenel director of the found Ion s division of technological . O Reilly Mother of the wore a Navy corded crepe dress with a Short jacket and White Collar trim. Pink rosebuds formed her Corsage. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at die Home of . A. E. Weidner Dayton. The Bride is a graduate of Minster High school and St Eliza Beth school of nursing. Dayton and is a registered nurse. The bridegroom is a graduate of co Lumbus South High school and Ohio state University. He is employed As a Printer by the print ing service company in Dayton. For travelling the Bride wore a Mack and White silk dress with Mack accessories and the Orchid costs so Little let us do it scheduled deliveries once you Start with us no need to Call again. We pick up and return. Make use of oar self service laundry so convenient Call Ca 3-3060 today Home service laundry 216 s. S3 Public Squire it

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