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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - February 3, 1935, Portsmouth, Ohio Two the Portsmouth times. Portsmouth. O. It a i t Kuhl a v Harry Warner to head scouts for Iota year begins i Oil year scouting director chosen at executive session in Ironton 1934 reports Given Scioto area Council finish a year Ith net Mem Bertin p of 1.234 a it wit is a -1001 am. My by of feb Polf Lukl cts psst cited in a to a �4ay sight to take part la the b him 1 Bonsness meeting it Salt a in Toun ii my tit i livid la Ike form of a Ampf a at the a Martina my a a Ltd Del essays from c it a Bow area sex Cratit hair it i a a a a a tilt grotty re remail the Aee Iville. A4 Paoa Reee of the a a a but Orp Nokia Tiivi dung him in a an a to prep try by Twat in car tar. A a apr Frauen for a Dart for the Conell to crr it us we jus for a bother year. Scout Tif Eutivi Harry w in a Hor Way a a erred a a coct executrix for a not bar Jar of j tie Fox Cotitta Board. Tin a in j Al. Ichih tear a Bead of Scioto am on Noti Seoul . Tvs Ary. Yearly female of he life my Puree Fri Lear prot Matt Henrj Berain of a Cicato area Cornett a is Barye. Of o. Ii Olima Eizat Rrana of tile Trout of at my Ken. Jts a a Repert covering jul Vale of to ports Kotb District if year. I Kin a up i it rodent of new in now schoo Clr ii m a of the new bom on scout District gave a re Jort on activities in new Boston during j Hsia. Niota area scout Council is com Png Ltd of port if Ufa Iri i ton i us a sol new Boston Adam county Jack 01-Pike count District. It a the opinion of Council leaders that the local cout organization during itch had the most successful year in its Bittor. The organization finl hed the year with a net Iam bar hip total of 1234 boy beaut ran 11 in Advance. Thi was a gain of i it per cent compared with 1033. The total enrolment at the end of the year including boy and Leader with no duplicate. Is it 1,722. Dur bag Ttye year there a a total of 1,735 different Mcmaron the Rolls arid a total of 2, 165 different Leader and Liny. Names Jam Borer Committer president Henry Bertram named a Council committee to organize and develop a delegation from Doto area Council to the big National Jam bocce a Washington any. 21 to. At this time More than inv our scouts will Camp at the nation Capitol. Scioto area Council is entitled to a third concert Cist 0f line wll be used a High sch00l comedy production of civic series to de monday Young pianist of russian birth will be guest artist to rehearse today Hammy m. Wagner violinist formerly of Cleveland symphony to play with group i Henrietta soil urn an a Young pianist of Hub Ian birth who is Ber debt if la new York to year will be True Tartlet at the third Cowsert of the port met it tub it Vilc music Hgt mid my Orr Lieut a monday night St 8 15 of blk to High in a auditorium. I Schumann will give Tao to be symphonic Muic Nuder the dire Ion of Henri sub Cable with a Troup of 4ado numbers chosen to How the Ali versatility of Ber Day Civ Offit Las it ill go to the Young pianist came to Fri countr in Isuji. In 1027 she a i geared As soloist with the rot Bester Cincinnati. Detroit and St. Louis j symphony orchestra. She is playing j in Cincinnati Tai week and. While Kiln a child his Schumann played for Ferruccio dugout. And lie dec la rid that she would be one of la area teat piano virtuoso of tin future. Her reception by Muic critic of new York at the tim of her debut showed that but in made no error in judgment. Quot flight of the Bumble Bee Aud Scriabin s prelude for the left hand w hich Are selections on her program tor the fort smooth audience also were played at her debut miss Schumann will play two group of piano number. The orchestra will play four numbers opening the program with tin Over j lure to the mandarin s son Quot cub j final rehearsal today that to re Nole. Fun Nelly with tin j Cleveland symphony under is Kos off j will la with the Orche tra monday Brebt a an addition to the string Section. Ile i a talented violinist and in haul several years a in or Len a in professional playing. The final Cor bin a Reli Earsal of Ute Lynip Lotny on he tra will tar Bald this afternoon at 2 15 of clock at tic blab school. Ringle admissions to the program monday night will in available to i out of town guests of holders of Seaton tickets. They nay to obtained at the door of the auditorium. Tile personnel of the or Fliestra is violins. Mias Alice Blake. Miss Tulsa has Ler. I Edna Arbogast. I Iii Carline Hazlebeck my a Wells miss Jewell Laugher my k i Adams county scout leaders will banquet first annual District service to be at West Union hotel meeting for men farm patrols organized to carry Wrork to new Fields i it Eft to right seated Tel list to rude erg Mary Elen Colley on Oheill Anderson. Ruth Warnock. Stain lug Donald Earle Robert s. Ekhard of Clifford Maynard. Rottert brow n Aud Jan Warman. Oas rate Case counsel ready Columbus for hearing on ordinance Vav. 1�?z Chr Kejr it Lre or of Law. A Roo Boid and Pirn. Pro Tiutin at Oraey. Mayor a a Vej it a i. Kountz. Trank e City manager and John m men.1st of Coli Wal and vie major will go to co urn int to be a Lay to at ten the bearing of the dts a a Oft a onto a co. Is fore the Ohio Pul dec Umi i j it in commission. Tow City in making a Effort to a Drain a put urn a rate. Council than years ago this month passed an ordinans fixing the a rate at to cents. An a Wal was taken to. The utilities commission by the fort non a Las co. I tile atty later filed a Mot Bai to make the United fuel Gas co. A party defendant to the proceedings j and thl motion a sustained by tile commission an attempt on tile i part of the United fuel has co. To i obtain a rehearing on the amt iou being dented by the commission last j week. J the United fuel Gas co. Retail Gas for Al i cuts in new Bolton an Ltd i a Iso w Boies ivs it to lie Portsmouth i Gas co. For 37 cent. Lite Portsmouth tin co. Will to represented try attorney George t i Poore of Columbu and judge a m. Beasley of Terra haute id. The United fuel a co. Will is rep rest ened by attorney Eagleton and Laylin of Coluni Tius and judge Harold a. Hit of Charleston who i general cot Nae for the coir it Auy. A eater the a come to in tort facts we i tie presented by members of the Junior class of Porf Mouth High school in the High school auditor in at 8 15 p. In. Friday. The play has teen direct cd by Hubert n. Richardson mein tier of the faculty. The Story of the play a a virile Aud appealing plot with a rare combination of character humor and human nature. The plot has to ult writ to a Mother father and thro children but the play is mostly Aland Reone of the children. Chi i a composite character the world s Lee to self advertiser. Show off and More importantly Una voted son of Glt Al Fortune. A k from the City Job in and broke 75 drawn for murder trial prospective jurors chosen to hear care of Joseph Burton but Tai Able to we Ilsuk a be messes thug up for brother Ernest and sifter Mary so that they ton to their Jol its. Bui a an uncanny habit of is log Ake to Bombe Back on by feet after every Knock Down. And through sheer Good nature and bluffing he Uana Peg pc get a Kicky break for everyone around him. The love interest is in tile to a Nan a off try and Bill and it make an attractive Story. A and a Walter Are Star character Jart. A i a worried nervous forgetful Motherly my Ami a is a slow patient unassuming person who always a Ems everything and enjoying Hirn a of. Or. Haley a neighbor who a written a Story and or. We is. Cantankerous new a Wjt or publisher Are other important characters in the Story. Tickets already have Len place on Sale by member of tile cat the play will tie Given Only the one night and there is ill tie no re served seat. The High who orchestra under the direction of Henri a Chahi will pay a program j of music. Member of the cast include Lillian Tunsberg kit let Ert Browny Jane Warman. Ruth Warunek. Onati Eile Anderson. Milf Ford Maynard Mary Ellen Colley and boo the a last county boy scout District organization will bold its annual District to it banquet and Busine me Ting monday at 6 3d p. Rn., at the North Silt a Bedel in West Union. The Adam county boy scout District a organized one year ago end a completed a ear of scout activity. I g. Uncover j r. B Dri Foo and 0. My Gomeck. Form farm patrols during the Laid to six Wink t Adams county group a on go a program of mall scout u it known a it run Tarot. A a it the county. About half of the us it have i teen organized and or in a i ginning their scout meeting. A from the a new farm petrol be a inv Etc to tin meeting. T include the following. Bentonville j. L. Wikoff. H j Tracy Cecil Leo tut re Aud j j Kobe cute. I it ctr Flat the a Nii a a Henry in Jen. Lim r Condon. Fun f Ope find Frank Weaver Aud i Douglas. Cherry Fork Eugene Day a p Mullins it Roy Trust la am i a to Day. Lii Yerty township Donald the l r Stanley to loiter. C. M. Jacks to i ter and Rev. Win Boehnke r. I Cedar Mills John thin in i or a Ray pm Icahn. Roy a. Knauff i a mrk Fttie Ami Rev. Laureson. A dam county children a borne e. E. Moore m Luj Stunaker or Hapit Moore. Blue Creek j. D. Of raw. R i. Why pay More 65 to be on the sideline waft Bing i Aid Kar e. Post office plumbing contract awarded to Sciotoville Man delegation of to Bot Rind a be com Mittic named will a yep Tai do judge Smith in Columbus Gar iou to make tie trip under a Riper j vision of scout headquarter Inelus penile official Tamer f Imlay the clerk of courts has drawn a venire of 75 Prus pwn Tive jurors from 7<a> in the jury whee to serve in Lite cae of jts mph Burton. I chanted with first Degre murder of by brother. William Burton. The juror Are to report in common plea court at la 3u a. In. March 25. Jury venire for Mary Burton and Grover in indicted jointly with Joseph Burton were not drawn. It i Poal de that their Case May lie submitted to a three judge court. The venire follows Caroline i tyr of Green town hip Lwi Taylor of Melle Mott Daniel w. Abrams of Lulu Gallia i Emma Tritscheller of 1145 third w. S. Palmer of 1120 fourth Adelaide Selby 1.321 fourth Emma a. Anna Grace Torriano i Clare j Lim. 422 Hinton exam i slim Al. I Ruth Eynon miss both Mons of Irja second a Laia ire tie plumbing work in Portsmouth s new Post office building in course j of erection at sixth Aud Gay Gay Street will in a done by Nate Ile i Oug Ociot Oville route 3. Announcement was made saturday by p. W. Johnson general con i tractor that lie halt i sublet the i plumbing Job to or. Do Long. The latter w ill plat a Crew of four men to work monday. The main or sanitary sewer will connect with the newer running on the South Side of sixth Street. Work of excavating for the con Crete foundation footings will a started monday when additional a workmen will is placed on the Job 1 under the direction of j. W. Sub Yriate general superintendent. A Force of a Arik it enters has liven bust on the forms for the Concrete work for two week. It i expected Liat 50 men will i lie employed on the Job monday this including rho a driving trucks. Or. Johnson who returned from Washington a gone to Sebring where he is building another Post office. Sheriff s Force buys uniforms Complete new 01i\e drab outfits arrive 5 cars get radios suits hats top Coats o Coats Plain dress Oats Bath Robl in the following Jane William chairman. Ray Duvendeck. A a. Pepper Paul Stockham. J. W. Montgomery hurtling Redmon Tharle Jackman Harry Mckillip. William Atlas Hugh Allen of port Mouth min c. Sfa re and e. F. Myers of Ironton David Shively of Jackson or. Ii. P., evil two of Peebles judge Vernon Smith of new Bordun. The area executive Hoard ado Teil a list of objectives for lfi33. Outstanding among the Ewa a net membership goal of 1384 boys by i by end of Hie year. Mattress shipment in in thu Mhz probate judge a Mon Smith and Everett Burton pro lion off err of juvenile i ourt will attend a meeting of probate and juvenile judge and probation officer in Columbus today. Haney Miona ladle Anderson. I Jean Whitworth. Mis Gladys Blair my Marjorie Ehlendt Henry by Gist furl Mueller Ted sole dab ton fonts William Prince. Norman Richards Viola miss winds Yar num cellos or. Virginia Wilson till irk i Margaret Patterson of tile procedure commit of the juvenile judge Assoc at Ion. Road worker is injured judge Sun ii i a no Lida r of the j my Elnora Wheeler Baw Louin Fin me committee of Hie prolate Stu will Harry Skinner Wendell judges a a a Iati it Iii and is a member j Day. Pint a the a Hen Kraus. Arthur Kun in George Anderson clarinets Herbert Schultz Kenneth Anderson pixies to. F. Getu perlite Edgar Dyer bassoons Carl Kugel Nihil Raymond Bickett Charles Wendelken horns c. W. Clausing boy he Muri doll Raj Mosul Vaughn Edward Burney Trum fiets a. L. Clausing. Of Jarl Brown Wilson Amber tronds one Stanley Benton. George Blesser Herbert Wen a Deikun tul a Carlos Thurman or delusion Don ran1ali. Robert Randall piano Elsa Cook. John Neal suffer broken wrist in attempting to rank truck John Neal who live at kit ont. Adam county suffered a broken wrist saturday while attempting to bed supplies will re distributed to Relief famine the surplus commodity division of the county Relief commis Ion re Crank a truck. He a injured while be Ivad j50 Matt re saturday from at work on the lower twin Creek Lancaster. They will be distributed Road. Ile was attended by fir. It to Relief families v. Littleton of Stout. Financial statement of the commercial buil Ding an loan co. Us Gallia Street Portsmouth Ohio december 31, 1934 assets Cadi 85,094.03 Bonds u. H. Government Federal land Bank and h. O. L. <1288,380.21 Portsmouth o. 7,000.00 a 295,380.21 deposits in other financial institutions. 53,500,00 Loans on heal estate. 2,315,658.06 Loans on pass Book Security. 100.00 heal estate. 238,631.83 heal estate sold on contract. 10,274.33 furniture and fixtures 5,800.00 taxes paid for Borrower. 7,820.23 total.$3,011,758.60 liabilities running Stock $1,004,902.62 mortgage credits. 605,088.55 $1,609,991.17 paid up Stock. 1,040,091.47 certificates of Deposit reserves a for a burping 180,682.73 undivided profit contingencies intangible taxes. Accrued interest $81,806.80 53,821.59 39,023.03 1,300.00 2,018.70 180,993.32 Clifford of 710 loth Emma j. Mooter of 032 third Homer Ehr Man of 3t7 front h umbel i Stout j of 835 front William Francis mater. 423 office re Evangeline Justice of 1405 sixth Edward a. J Cummins of 415 off Ere Emma j Jackson of 1222 Lith. Mayme Houchins of 13id Center Earl h. Wedebrook of 1301 Mound Jefferson Beecher Brown of h44 Lith Mary a. Howe of 220-4 Argonne Etta w. Whittington of i 1521 ninth James Bennett Pugh of 513 fourth cd ii Hall of Ulm ninth Herbert Walter Scott of 1121 off Ere Maude Ray of hmm seventh Augustus Webb of 622 ninth do Lelih Herm of it sixth hone k. Huffing of 23ii7 Scioto Trail Harriet c. Gate of 1231 Gallia and Lucie w. Hast of 714 John. Lottie Humphreys of Lucasville Helen la a Kiiu Smau of wheelers Burg Gertrude g. Bower of 221 court Mary Miller severs of <127 fourth Merle Wise of 518 fourth Kitty Seymour of 648 fourth Charles i. Shaw of 5 front to Eph h. Gill of 721 second Floyd Martin of Lino Findlay i a Hel id of 825 10th Alma Haffner of 2221 eighth j. I. Marsh of 624 seventh gear Harold Kline of 530 fourth John Marion i it Ewis of 1107 third Milford Kimble of 302 court George William Keller of 1741 sixth. Bode Smith Slaker of 1815 seventh Louis w. Knot of 1605 Lith Howard Henry Knost of 1728 12th William j. Hayes of Gallia street1 John Wilhelm of 734 fourth Herman Clark of 316 j Madison Charles Bodmer of 2142 ninth William t>eniil8 Moore of 1652 12th William c. Griffin of 10th and off Ere 1-oui fraud a j i Emon of 1632 12th Minnie Nodler of 415 Glover Allied Frank Mart Ling of 1130 eighth Myrtle Foster j of 932 fourth nettle Bell i Ihlma i of Kyu front Clifford j. Soldier i of 1017 ninth Earl m. He in re of j 24 Lith. Norma Rickey of ski front Aati Barlow of 022 second William Mitchell of 445 front win Nye of 1023 second Braxton Bine of 1112 12th Joe Albrecht of 35 Lith William a. Moore of 034 third Frederick Louin Doerr of 631 seventh John r. Skelton of 543 sixt i Mayme Walters of 1035 seventh Grace Dan store of hoi ninth Bertha Allen of 214 Union and Charles c. Erfurth of 833 set Ond. Inspects Ironton Lodge Wayne Watkins deputized by Council to look after work Wayne Watkins a Soldier of River City Council no. La. United commercial travellers inflected i tim Council in Ironton Friday night j he was delegated by the grand j Council of Ohio. A class of camb j dates was initiated by the ports a Outh degree team. At the conclusion of the Iusie Tiou the me in Liers adjourned to Marting hotel where a Buffet lunch was served. In feb. 22 Frank i. Markin of Ironton will Isis it the local Council. He i a just grand councilor of Ohio. During the business session of the meeting Bere the ladies will enjoy a flies or party. The Ironton degree team will have charge of the initiation of a class i of candidates Here. A dance will close tim meeting. New Olive drab uniform for the sheriff fat arrived saturday and the staff exp a lots to tic Quot All dressed up today. Each Deputy purchased i a Wool Ftp new outfit from Brown Riding boots to Raj new Gold badge for it iat and i Cali wire included. Uniforms of j sheriff Arthur Oakes and chief Deputy la. T. Caldwell carry Gold St r its. New car for tile sheriffs office will arrive the week. Five cur will fat a equal a Ped with radio radio i were also installed in the sheriff s offie and county jail. A direct Tele june connect the office and jail wit ii the City police broadcasting i iou. Radios for the curs were is from Clay i Antz for x is. Sheriff Oakes i installing a rec Ord Bureau. Deputy Leroy putts will lie in charge of the Bureau. A j new filling Cabinet i timing erected by Fera. The record system la 1 is earned after the police record Bureau. Sheriff Oakes Aid the office j is cooperating with City police state police Aud the Federal department of Justice. J a night tool of two Eris a with two deputies each will Mart this week. The annual banquet will be under Ort Haa Ambaker o. W. Miranda he a leadership of Janie s. Frame of Abbott Foster Wilson j k a left wet Union the program will in or and a. C. Bailey. A dude Complete reigns of Hie or _ _ _ Puri Uttmi Mitringa its fir year Ami a a a the election and no Mimi Ion of of fit or for the a county organisation during the coming it ear March i \ 193-5 to March i 1936. Guest Spak frn Whit have been invited to take tart in the program include Henry Bertram president of Hunto area Council boy scouts Sud it. F. Fletcher treasurer Gioio area Council. Meeting i for men the meeting is for men Only Ami not fur scouts. During last year five Arooji have lieu maintained in the five largest communities in Adam county and men who Are on the a a in mittens who will attend she of Ting include i the following. West Union scout masters ular enee Shipley c. E. Mahaffey. It. A. Scott d. M. Miv Lanahan committee or. 8. J. Ellison chairman. A lame Frame. Emil Scott. Altert Richmond. John Wittenmyer Lloyd Roush. Is ill Shumaker. Floyd Dean rot it Mcinturff and Roy Knauff. Winchester h. S. Tucker d. J. Carboy. J. A. Shumaker. J. W. Carl j. R. Short and r. Of Wallace. Seaman a. E. 8 Mil tie Ralph boy. A. Of a. Winter l. J. Hawk Aud e. H. Y it ung. Peebles Ray Peter on. Richard Smittle. Joe Davis Paul Helterbran k. B. Ellison h k. Webb. F. W. Kendall. F. G. Hickman and or. I build brow u. Machester John Donaldson. Of. La. Kastman Mac Greenlee. Pat o Neill b. F. Wilson it. U Walker Eon m. F. Buitt n. Blatt m. Big we Are proud of every garment we deliver a be cause we know the workmanship cannot be surpassed a and at a saving to you Acme cleaners pall c. Oakley or. We operate our own Plant 1035. Gallia Plant Harri Romille and deter phone a Eye educational facts do you know that your eyes change constantly thin change May be enough to warrant lenses of a different Power. Drs. Bennett amp Babcock 720 plus St. Optometrists phone 126 one of a series of ads explaining the advisability of an Eye examination Ai least once a year. Total$3,011,758.69 our officers and directors Edmund j. Kricker life president 8. Anselm Skelton attorney George e Kricker Preni Deni w. A. Wurster vice president i. H. Shoemaker ast a. Secretary c Balmert Sci Retar y w e. Cook 80 present Foh elks party Henry f. Bertram and f. I. Rawson Are the speakers flighty in Meier of Portsmouth Lodge no. 154, b. O. Elks attended the yet together dinner at the club. Fourth and court strict Friday night. Henry f. Bertram head of the Ohio stove co., a the principal bleaker. The response a made by f. D. Rawson exalted ruler of the Dollop. The party voted a Success by the members was arranged by a committee composed of Harry Waggoner John Hebo and Frank Gaes in. General electric round the world radio Complete repaving Job Argonne project finished Yew is shifted Survey on Brown Street work of repaving Argonne Road from Scioto Trail to Spring Lane a completed saturday afternoon under the direction of George Xiv. Yates. The Crew will to moved to Sunset Avenue West of the uncool Street i school Munday and later to Mick i let wait Road. An estimate i timing made on the proposed repaving of Brown Street. Fifth to eighth am it is Likely that it will he ordered by Frank a Sheehan City manager. Students to offer plut Mcdermott group to give the Gyp Roer Quot thursday night Quot the Gypsy Rover Quot will lie pre a edited thursday night it 8 o clock by a cat of 4<t students Iii Mcdermott High school. Mrs. Opal tat mail music Sui in Wiser of kind township schools is directing Lite j production. Committee meets monday safety matters to be discussed in. Of c. Office the safety week Campaign committee will hold an important meeting in the chamber of Commerce office on sixth Avreet at 7 30 Mon Day night. The meeting a called try it die role Dom chairman of the committee which will take up several matter in connection with the i local safety . Tone. So natural you ail but Sec the artist. Foreign reception of important european stations guaranteed. Chassis. Precision built heavy duty new 6 Volt tubes give tremendous Power and Range. Speaker. To Inch electric dynamic. Up a summoned by death Huntington feb. 2 Frank Geh Huff 71, for Many year a prominent of it nil la coup to died Friday in Guthrie Hospital her. Bring your insurance to w. J. Eisnaugle phom la $6 Down $150 weekly plus Small carrying charge we handle our own accounts a All payments math direct to suters. S u t e res

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