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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 24, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio
Urbay a Bott h in in King inti Mut ion473 receive diplomas at Grade commencement exercises saturday represented at annual event county superintendent . Mccowen delivers talk to record class. Graduation exercises the elementary schools the Roomy school were held in Portsmouth to i Shichao auditorium saturday. Diploma were presented to 4ts eighth pm do graduates the largest class in the history the school. Last year 4, 4 graduated. K. U. Mccowen. County superin indent schools delivered the complement address and presented the diplomas. Graduates Are Pio it in township Willard Dalton Evelyn Hagen Evelyn Hanes Elsie Durham Ells Yeley lie leu Titus Charlotte Smith. Hoy Smith Leona Colegrove Della Lunley Mildred Smith Gertrude Adkins Elizabeth Peery. Norma Risner Roscoe Porter fathom Tackett Elsie Tackett Dorothy Willis Ile Shell Estepp Rosemary veneer Clarenie i Ane Stewart Knight Erma Lane. Helen Kink Carlos Slack. Paul Newsom Anna k. Cole Jeanette Al Strath Eloise Huller Herman Illman Lola Casten be Saile Crabtree Ethel Mcneil Frances cold Grove Louise Lane Ray Kulmer. Carl Raynard Pearl Stidham Allene Hunter Forrest Jack a . Ella Kathryn Lewis Kathryn Johnson Opal Sharp and Dixie Mae Hutchinson. Knish Creek township Avis Evant Richard bottles Evelyn Jones Ray la Harrah Charlie Taylor Dorothy Smriti i Elma Mann Erradale Clifton Katherine Crown Opal Newman Olive Freeman Robert Mustard James Ray Blackburn George Crowe Carrel Thompson Bruce Layton Denver Ralstin. Carlos Miller Ralph Moore Roy White i Well Robinson. Sherman Brooks Loeve Dutli and Rath retain. Buena Vista Virginia Lucille Kre fat Eugene Bertram Kress we. Walter Welch. Clay township Bessie Ruby Gertrude Garden Howard Zeune Ruby. Clifford Arnold Stanley Ruby Harry Warner Carl Ruby Richurd Felt. Gladys Barber Elmo Bwana gun Ruth Lyons. Woodrow Church boy Benner. Opal Sturgill. John Ila Nunery Virginia Lowe Marvin Burchett Norman Noel Jack True Jack Williams Hasson Danford Lloyd Hansen Mary Margaret Cuck Ler Mary Dionise Allis Ruth wag inner Dora Hammonds Frances Haney Virginia Hove Virginia Man ref. I Dorothy Moss Marjorie Moss. Green township Mary Wheeler Amia Fullerton Mary bitter wed la i Irr t labile Carter avast la Graff Donald Hill. James Hill. Law lev Hughes Margaret Hughes Huxley Kennedy Earl Lavender Lime vender Genevieve Irvin . Elmer Porter Wells Reynolds Lliel Scott Willard Storey Jesse Waddell Henrietta Staker Gladys , Krum Dukes Mae Wright Floyd Schafer Anna Strehle Mary St Rebie Wilhelmena Strehle Edgar Curtis Gollihugh Virgil Gollihugh. Marie Golly huge. In ver Hlll Irene Carr Shannon bul. Madison township Helen Dever Dorothy Dever ladle decor Selma Allen. Prank Shoemaker Homer Sud Brook. Edgar Allen Geraldine brawn Freda Durham Helen Marie Keerns. Ida Fletcher Blanche Case it. Mervyn Garner Marvin Allen Marcella Sudbrook. Minford Calvin Knore Willba a handler Lawrence Norris Lowell karst a Lawrence Roffe Erma Conklin. Helen Gilliland Billy Lewis John Coak. Willard Milam Damon a Arter Virginia Wilson Wendell Bennett Bernard Bennett Margaret i Nderwood Hazel Mcglone Florence Shope Anice May John Kinda Mon. Floyd Bolton Olive Collier Kathryn my Stumpf Wilma Gampp Louise Claxon Willard Cole John Luck. Raymond Darrough. Loin peach Harold John Crawford. Geraldine Fay Delong Helen Marie a ice Dale Al Worth Jenkins. Vance Glen Keller. Charlotte Louise Mclaughlin Wilma Louise Cole Pui Littleton Paul Butcher Mallei Coburn Arnold Mccain Enzona Llada a it Blanche Whitt Lula Montgomery Lester Martin. Morgan township Mary e. Mcjunkin. I cml Hardy Rhoda Wilson Sterling Emmons Wilbert Crabtree Minnie Hilt Bernice Hilt Ralph Holdman Albert Boldman Lulae Williams Franklin Mcelhaney and Marjorie Mercer. Nile township a Oscar Charles John Belcher Elmo Callahan Edna Mae Reiser. Natherlee Reiser Marie vets to Honor Grant led in Edwin j. Fester g. A. R. Commander right remnant civil War veterans will make pilgrimage to site the Homestead below Gen. It. S. Grant left. Cincinnati o., aug. 28�?the Yankee a a boys a Al the remnant that is left them will make their last Salute to general Grant Bere Angust a to. It will be their third reunion at Cincinnati. The first was in Job the second in a . On the last Day what will inevitably be one the last the annual encampments the grand army the Republic the veterans who ure scheduled to arrive Here August 24, will Board River steamers for a Short trip to Point pleasant Ohio where they will be greeted at the old Grant Homestead by Lieut. Col. U. 8. Grant 111, grandson the general. There the Encampment will end with a Adenine tribute to their for Mer Leader around what will undoubtedly be the last Camp fire for Many them. Three four maybe five More encampments May still be held the veterans estimated not More. Only a Bare handful these Silver haired Yankees remain but these insisted upon the Encampment being held at Cincinnati this year so that they might once More Camp near the Home site their Leader who was born near Here. The penalty years the veterans indicate will not dim the patriotic spirit the Bine Clad Warrior As they Pas Down the streets in what g. A. R. Leaders expect will be the final Mirade and review. Semones Munford Lindsey Herman Shaw Billy Traber Elbert Elliott Herschel Schaffer Electra Ward Etta Smith Helena Kirk Kenneth Newman Eugene Hardman. Harden township Sadie Mustard Vesta Mustard Audrey Mustard Nonna Gardner Fannie Moon Alice Johnson Creola Mcallister Marcella Weaver. Waldo Gardner Clark dlr Ker. Ruth Odic. Mabel Scott Floyd Mckinley Pauline Hawke. Rush township a Stanley Irvin Harry Matthews we. Allen. Agnes Cyrus Hazel Mcfann Sarah Crabtree Marie Crabtree Daisy Wickham Harold Rayburn Norbert Montavon Dorla Jordan Albert Carver Helen a Bougie John j. Burggraf Leroy Colley James Crabtree. Zelmo Marcum Leo Martin Ruth Mcclure Leo Payne Merrill Payne Mary Rose Ellen Shope. Kathryn storm Chaa. Strickland Elizabeth Wiget Helen Woods. Union Chloe Jewett Evelyn Branham Frederick Rinkier. Marie Fairchild Earl Euton. Louise Covert James Brien Earl Seaman Ralph Taylor Mary Matheny Lawrence Bryant Donald cooler and Margaret Bond. Valley township Carl Brewer Canna Bell Brewer Marvin Blake Man Donald Nourse Jessie Pendleton Edwin Flowers Marie Borders Merle Clark Helen Wolgamott Arthur Yeagle Donald Johnson Eugene Mckinzie Florence Smith goo. Albert Kellar Genevieve Alley Geraldine a la red. Hazel Ashcraft Harriett Bandhold Ruth Bradshaw Gladys Daniels Catherine Heber. Edith j son Bertha Locke Geraldine Logan Frances Lundy Carmen Milam Emogene Merritt and Martha Moulton. Lillie Mae Turner. Winifred Harwood. Dudley Barber Alonzo Beasley Alfred buts Ray Chandler we. Cox Almond doll Clifford Huston Wesley Mcfann Frank Brien Harold Schultx Walter Baedeker Charles wails Elsa Ward Clyde Wheeler Franklin Young Howard Zaler Franklin harness Lehman Wheeler Lawrence Days Willard Days Escine Maya Erie Egbert Willard Lutz Donald harness Carlton Johnson Eldon Brannon Eleanor Carroll Willis Stahl Franklin Chestnut Ralph Lints Harry Gram saw Donald Bennett Rhoda Fields Mildred Pyle Stella Burns. Vernon township Ralph Rase Mary Parsons Ruth Haney Helen Perry Pauline Shepherd. Wilbur Rase. Ruby Mason Walter Fain Russell Ashley Arnold Hall Walter Hall Fred Gifford Frank Schwam Berger Orville Leboard Cynthia Hurst. Billy Mcleod Lucille Jackson Harold Eichenlaub Burris Hale. Washington township Freda Denning Delphia Spurlock. Harold Denning Delphia Spurlock. Harold Veseli Roy Floyd Eugene Lewis. Robert Floyd Russell Denning Forrest Cook minute Duff Arthur Appleton Evelyn Coleman Herbert Mcguire Charles Williams Carl Felly cart swords themas Bzeuner. Mildred Batler barrel Prince. Ernestine Ramey Catherine Riehl Bens Skinner Harry Stolker Flora Belle Sutherland Edna 8 sri Nim. Dorothy Pearl Wells. Helea Wiltshire Hazel Wood. Harold Morgan. I in Agene Allen Betty Barlow Harrison Bloomfield. Mallei Boggs Vernon Burchett. Elnora Bowser. Leah Mae Callahan. Billy Chaffin Roby Crowder Agnes Evans. Ralph Evans Luella Maut ii. Maurice Henderson Howard Hill. Anna Marie Holt John Kinney. Earl Matthews John Mitchell Roger Fletcher Agues Bradford Josephine Dennis Nevada Mcglone Katberg Lowe Jewell Brewer Hallie Virginia Maynard Claude Clifford Maynard fore Helen Cooley Elnora dearer. Hay Reynolds Harry Rice Carl Gaines to Bursa Hall Euka Adams. Marie Allen Anna Mae Smith Orville Curtiss Dorothy Springer Grace Louise Cordle. Clarence e. Shoemaker Claude vicars. Marie Keller. Ural Sherman. Chis. Brown Dorothy Vanhoose Baiza Lier h Feist Clarence Holbrook Ernestine White Louise Ward Dorothy buggies Ernest Milligan Rani Ach. Minnie Adams. Mae Allen. George Andre Harold Barney Earl Hoggs Virginia Bright Well Louise Bryant Donald Burchett. Caryl Burgess Robert Cline August Conley and Joel Allen. Hazel Dutzel Claude Everett. Margaret Glass Katherine Kinker. Simon lung. Robert Lewis Harold Mcclure. Grace Nickel. Mildred Mundhenk. Frances cd Kerman. Essex Parker Challis Peyton. Virginia Pierce -. Marie Pinson frauds Biggs Ruby Salley i it to Shiwam Berger. Edwiu Smith Dewalt Smith. Olive Snedekor. Ruth Spencer. Alfred Staker. Elizabeth Stockner. Charles Walters Roy Wellman cown Workman. Adams Couste a sctt. Ii. Will hold convention special to the time West Union . Aug. 28�?the Adams county w. C. T. U. Convention will be held at Bentonville wednesday August 27, beginning at to a. In. The following program will be Given opening rang. Onward Christian soldiers devotional Tim Lang Reading Cherry Fork address Bentonville minister address. A eternal vigilance is the Price Rev. Steele Solo. Mrs. Cached address mar. Anna k. Davis state lecturer. Cincinnati violin Solo i hired Skeels Noontide prayer mrs. Grace Mcgoun Winchester adjournment for noon 1 15, song. Quot i d the lower lights lie Borning address by medal Winner contest. Peebles address. Mrs. Anna k. Davis song. offering election officers song Bentonville girls memorial. Mrs. Powell dialogue Seaman music. West Union naming life members report county treasurers report county superintendents report winners song. A Ablest be the tie that binds Benediction. Minford school to Start term september 8 entire new faculty for High school superintendent from Athens teachers assigned to assure the new entrant to College life often railed the freshman that her wardrobe is Correct and proper Atlas fashion hat created a Campus Board five Young College women which miss Emily Bush Miami u. To chairman. The other Young women Are miss Helen Williamson Wellesly c ollege miso Florence Warsaw Emerson College Mila Nell Cable Man. Hilo Wesleyan miss Martha Frederick Ohio i. This Board is advised the store buyers a to the proper wardrobe for College and High school Wear Mia Bush will be at the More All next week to advisor new students As to their wardrobe requirements. F in a tor contracts awarded for Coal Supply and transportation pupils. Monday sep Felter 8 i the Date set for the opening the school in the Minford District. A new faculty has been employed for the High school with Rearley in skill Athens As superintendent. Harry l. Bitter principal Clara Poston and Agnes Pannier. A. K. Billings was a Verv slug Priori in i the High school last year. Elementary teachers Are Ethel Powell. Upper Fairview Verda Reese tick Ridge Mabel Cor led. Minford Grade primary department l. C. Turner Olarri Ltd a Furnace Marie Hayward Bennett s w. Nichols Sunshine Hose min Cole it. Carmel j. Ii. Frowine to Cohnin Blanche j a col in. Harrison Mills Katherine Rase. Glades Elnora Park. Lower Fairview Ollie Clark. Meade. The following bbl were submitted to furnish Coal r. S. Bennett w. Va., Mountain Globe. $4.50 per ton w. Va., Black Hawk $1.00 per ton w. A Blue Star $4.90 per ton. Ii. M. Bennett Cabin Creek. 4 Inch Block $4.75 nor ton ally Ert Lehle. We hate Ash Lump $5.83 ton White Ash egg. $5.15 ton w. T. Bennett Pooh onto Block $5.95 ton w. A. White Ash Block $4.85 ton w. Va., White Ash egg. $4.70 ton Edward l. Darrough. W. Va., Pooh onto egg $5.20 ton w. Va., Pocahontas Block $<1.75 ton we. Bennett Good Lump Rani $5.50 ton. The contract a awarded to ii. M. Bennett hts bid $4.75. The following bids were submitted to furnish transportation to Pupil living within the limit the Blue glasses in shall frants Oulu $3.75 up Batiste in guaranteed j. H. Hickman 0. D. Port Mauth optic Ca. 721 Chillicothe by hmm 8m-x evening by appointment a school Days k your boys eyesight Normal Bob s parents know Tho tremendous importance Normal eyesight to children. So they had bobs Oyes examined. Tho slight defect revealed we corrected easily and in timely the eyeglass be Pree bed. Hence Bob s Quick answer his better report cards. Uses a Star Chili s eyes exp Miruis winds Nutlis is sturdy end gtd min jewel Ellner Eweler state licensed optometrist 3rd and Chillicothe in till them ask others they Are sure to Tell that we Hare served them very Well. Get your moving information first hand. Ask friends who have employed us. Find out All about our capabilities and fairness. To ans a Eom amp by t 2? a a so ref so Phooma a so ran rack run. Fairview fat Oakdale Ami Piketon roads. J. A. Kennard w�8 per month. R. B. Montgomery �T�119 Elsa Montgomery $119.50 Clar Jenee Bennett. $120. The contract was awarded to r. 8. Montgomery his my $119 subject to the approval the state department education. John ii. Coburn being the Only bidder the Glendale route was employed his hid $54 per month subject to the approval the state department. Ii. M. Bennett the Only bidder Hie Bennett school route was employed his hid $50 per month. Powell and Powell Minford will handle the Book for the Minford District. 332nd Fantry who hold reunion Aik. 30-31 the 882nd infantry a regiment front Ohio and Western Pennsylvania which had the unique position being the Only american regiment the italian austrian front during the world War is to hold a reunion at 8prlngfleld August 30 and 31. The regiment was trained at Camp 8herman and Camp Perry in Ohio went overseas to England Ami France with the 83rd division and was thru selected a by general Pershing to Rej it resent the United states the italian front. It new Doston Council nay erect new traffic u6ht a petition for a traffic Light to i installed St Rhodes and Vine Street. New Boston has been filed with Village Council. The Street committee is to investigate and report the Light next week. Blease opposed for Senate in sooth Carolina two other luminaries after nomination democratic ticket. Pkg the associated Presa Columbia 8. A. Aug. 23�?South Carolina has a heat wave its own in the Campaign three candidates for the democratic nomination to the United states Senate. The states primary will he Angust 20. The fiery senator Cole Blease Newberry seeking reelection. Is opposed by James f. Byrnes who served 14 years in Congress from the second South Carolina District and Leon w. Harris state solicitor Anderson. Together the Trio i making speeches at county seat throughout the state a unique South Caranna custom. Senator Blouse who successively has Lieen mayor is Home town speaker the South Carolina House state senator president the state Senate governor and United states senator. Injected the Issue lynchings into the Campaign in a speech at Union scone a recent demonstration mob Rule. There he repented his statement 29 year ago that a whenever the Constitution comes be two time and the virtue the White women South i Carolina. I say to Bell with the Constitution a solicitor Harris engaged in prosecuting 17 men a ceased i a Lynching at a hut a bag criticised Blee a at every turn. The first primary win be followed by a second no candidate reel Vee a majority. Blease Defeated by Moi by 2.800 in a run off Ala Jean 09a nand by 60vern0r Kentucky Frankfort. Ky., aug. 2s�?the task administering Relief to the drought affected counties Kentucky was assigned by governor Sampson today to a committee re headed by Harry Volz Louisville a seed and Grain Man. The committee is charged with the responsibility providing for families impoverished by the drought saving livestock getting seed for Fau and next year s crops and preventing the spread disease. It will create county groups which will receive application for Relief supplying locally what they can and passing the rapt to the state group which Baa been designated by the governor a the drought Relief committee Kentucky. Gov. Sampson telegraphed names tile committeemen to president Hoover and said that As soon As the president advises what further plane Are to he initiated by the state organization in cooperation with the Federal Agency the Kentucky committee would be called together immediately. It will then outline definite program. This is expected to int lode a Quick Survey the stat by exerts named by the committee. Tuesday pay Day employee in the Portsmouth works Wheeling steel corporation will receive their Semi monthly pay Check tuesday. And i j i b i i get the habit the banking habit those who have Learned to consult their hanker realize How valuable the banking habit is and in How Many ways he can be service. De assured our personal Welcome to All who make inquiry any financial question. Java by a loss would be saved if folks would More frequently seek the impartial advice Bankers and our suggestions Are always impartial. The Security Central National Bank bx80ubcz8 $5,, 826 Gallia St. Six percent. On sayings count your fingers the reasons for Baring a systematic savings program. You will find the first and most important reason to be your future Success in a business Way. The advantages that you will be Able to give y children a travel a Independence a College a and the enjoyment everyday pleasures free n Money worries you have every thing to Gam and nothing to lose when you Are fortified with a said account. Our electric sign Lighte the Way to Swinge american building amp loan association 709 Chillicothe St. Phone 66
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