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Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, Portsmouth, Ohio Two the Portsmouth time Portsmouth. Ohio my Fiat. March of or Iff Al to Brines Kular Fahy Story set for t. H. S. Manus me rises at Home additional run Hind for them jul air Tonto con time to grow older no a for till he tiny be be cause of the advancing age of residents of the Horae for aged women was discussed last week at the March meeting of the Homes Board of directors. One additional nurse was employed for night duty during part of the month because of a paralytic stroke suffered by one of the residents mrs. Bruce Hoobler Secretary of the Board reported. Mom sickness occurs a especially during the Winter there is somewhat More sickness at the Home than in previous years a mrs. Hoobler said. A that is because residents of the Home gradually Are growing older and some of them Are not Ai Strong As they once one new resident has been admitted to the Home during the current year and one other suffered a painful injury when she accidentally fell from her bed. The Board was informed. The latter patient required Hospital care for a time but has improved and now is Back in the Home. The Home for aged women is one of the nine member agencies Hill of the Portsmouth welfare Asso figures compiled by state y�un8 girls adventure with a citation and is enabled to continue a papa cd Jmc Cne a fairy Odd other who Ives her in existence through funds pro a Cicai dumb open happiness in a most unusual Man video by welfare association con by counties Ner will be dramatized tuesday Tribu tors. At 3 45 p. In. In Portsmouth High the youngest resident of the Relief agencies in Scioto county school auditorium by members of Brick Home at second and Bond pent $312,361 in january Accord the Ciare tree major children s streets is 65 and the oldest 91 a eng to figures compiled by the theater of new York. Ross Miko m Plant manager stockholder of. Ohio stove elect n. 0. Edwards Lew res Iceni Ohio stove Maimer Cinderella Marijane Morley listens wistfully while her selfish stepsisters and Stepmother plan to attend the princes Ball to which she has not been invited. Her richly dressed relatives Are Susette Elizabeth hug the Stepmother Jane Cleave land and Jeanne Virginia Halpin. Ways can be used. The women enjoy sewing and quilting and some of them Are Able to fill their hours by Reading. We would appreciate any of these things being left at the Reli mull for m0nths312,361 Cinderella to Beher tuesday final show of Clare tree major series to be fairy Story the popular fairy Story of a a cinderellas which tells about a the latter has been in the Home state welfare department for 18 years. The report showed that 5,429 More attention needed spa workers received $262,652 several years ago some of the while 952 direct Relief clients got women residents were Able to As $8,302. One thousand seven Hun Sist in minor ways with sewing dred and thirty nine old age pen Cooke a setting the table for stoners received $35,162 and 85 meals and other Light chores miss Anna Dircks the Matron reported. But now All need constant Blind pensioners $1,423 while 124 Aid of dependent children families totalling 482 children re or partial attention or supervised Cei Ved $4,822. Care she added for All have in Jackson county spent $109,860 Firmi ties that make them part-1 including 1,611 spa employees to ally or wholly helpless. $87,218 for 147 on direct Relief miss Dircks requested Contr $755 for 978 old age pensioners buttons of Good Reading material $20,346 37 Blind pensioners $481 pieces for quilting Crochet cot-1 46 add families $1,060. Ton and embroidery materials Lawrence county spent $143,567 As apart the Quot cd a re tree major from local women who have including 2,244 spa workers children the tor the. To . $90,652 for 520 direct reliever. -n,laren3 in to a while some of these materials $4 489 for 1,605 old age pensioner on hand a she said a More a1 Era $35,817 88 Blind pensioner cinderellas will be the last of this seasons series of three productions especially for children. The series has been sponsored by the Mckinley Parent teacher association with other Parent teacher association of the City cooperating. Clubs help tickets Sale local civic clubs including rotary Exchange. Kiwanis and Lions have purchased tickets for the production for distribution to special groups of Young people which the clubs sponsor in the City. Quot cinderellas is being presented at a meeting of stockholder of the Ohio stove co. O. E. Boss was appointed general manager of the Plant at Lith and Chillicothe streets and h. M Scott who has been in the employ of the company for years was elected assistant general manager. Or. Bom had been acting general manager since the death of the late Henry f. Bertram one of the founders of the company one of the oldest of its kind in Ohio. The stockholders elected the following directors mrs. Lena s. Appel n. Glenn Edwards or. Ross r. B. Wiltsee president of Gilbert grocery co., and Wendell g. Osborn of Detroit. Or. Edwards. Or. Wiltsee and or. Osborn Are so of mrs. Appel. The directors organized by electing or. Edwards president or. Wiltsee vice president and or. Ross Secretary and treasurer. Or. Edwards succeeds or. Bertram As head of the company i the company was incorporated in 1872 and its slogan is a Buckeye value is a stove the firm has several More than 1.000,000 users of its products since it was founded. Within the next few weeks the company will place on the Market an entirely new and distinctive line of Modem streamline Coal and Wood ranges Gas and electric cooking appliances. The firm manufactures the Buckeye Heater As Well As Coal Wood and Gas Heaters. Jurors drawn for Jackson court term new manager of slave Plant. Scouts Star visits at Camp troops 16 and 40 open season seven scheduled for vacation period stomach ulcers Lam a a my in in my fat a a a. Aft have far Raan. A a a in alar Aal a afar Traat and Al Horn to Kroc in tin Ara of Voa a Pink Talata. No nci4 or Livau Alai. No aoo4 to attire Frow us a an caused by go Tria it hype acidity or Olar condition a duo Lotko Aam eau auth a Ai to a Flor a Lii stomach paint aaa a our stomach indention Coati Pauloo. Aaa at sleep or tim from work. Cot Avick Relief without operation. Write today for pass Booklet and full la Fermat Ioa a la guaranteed alar to Cleveland von co. 1232 old Arcade Cleveland Ohio Vox s Pink Tumau $1,418 101 add $2,191 Adams county spent >49,494 including 800 spa workers $33,-948 for 163 direct Relief $1,486 or 702 old age pensioners $13,- 210 to Blind pensioners $77 64 add $962. Pike county spent $39,035 in eluding 829 spa workers $27,- 871 for 141 direct Relief $742 for 519 old age pensioners $9,312 18 Blind pensioners $215 48 add $895. Complete the picture easter with a face made More Lovely with a facial. See easter Beauty specials classified Page. 1amuel Levi is co. Save Only Matfej amp done week a _ guaranteed �?�7 innerspring mattresses our regular $16.50 value .85 Only 35c Cash soc weekly a scoop buy Midi s it have in ver be Ore to j tut i Iii i. Innerspring mattresses at a tin i Rit cd you would poet pay for an a Ltd Iii Ary mattress tit a single Iii Spring it s Bari history in t ii o making Simp to Ltd a my buy now to 3ave 15th anniversary season and it is. According to students of world Litera Ture. One of the worlds most popular stories for grownups As Well As children. The Story has All the elements which make a it lot Universal in its Appeal the Beautiful heroine with whom most readers identify t themselves the cruel and abusive family who make life wretched for her and who ultimately Are punished As Beauty virtue and humility Triumph. Sponsored by p. T. A. Mrs. Richard Anderson is president of Mckinley Parent teacher ass oblation which sponsors the productions of the Clare tree major children s theater. The Sale of tickets is in charge of mrs. H. G. Mccaulley. Mrs. Lynn Wittenburg and miss Maude Rockwell. Hostesses for tuesday afternoon will be mrs. A. G. Thatcher jr., mrs. Edward Kimball mrs. Charles Scudder mrs. George l. Davis mrs. Richardson Thomas mrs. L. S. Gabriel mrs. Laurence Kimble mis. D. E. Gardner miss Elizabeth Rockwell and miss Alberta Yeager. Sheriff. Staff Busy Brandel and deputies begin serving indictment papers sheriff Earl c. Brandel and deputies planned to spend the weekend arresting persons indicted by the january term of grand jury. Several indicted Are in the county jail. Others Are under bund and will be ordered to appear in common pleas court monday for arraignment. After the Public indictment Are served the sheriff will begin this week to make arrests in secret indictments. Venire named for april common pleas session special to the Timet Jackson March 18�?with the january court term rapidly drawing to a close members of the Jackson county jury commission met at the courthouse this week to draw grand and Petit venire for the april term. According to court attaches the april term grand jury probably will be summoned about the Middle of april. Members of the juries Are As follows Orand jury a r Coleman. Oak Hui Gertrude Watkins. Wellston Hazel Nicholson. Washington twp. Mabel Scott Wellston Lula a Willis. Wellston Evan Daniel Davis. Oak Hui Harry Martin. Jackson Van Painter Wellston Elias t. Jones Jackson w. N. Bennett. Jackson Winnie Schrader. Oik Hill John Evan Wellston mrs Marie Mccoy. Wellston and David a Jones. Jack on Petit jury Jennie Davis. Oak Hill Minnie Kent Jackson Opal Gilliland Jefferson twp Nellie Melvin. Jackson Henry Matthew. Wellston Stella Gahm Jackson Hayden Davis Jackson Zimmerman. Wellston Clara Washam. Wellston Kathryn re Hamilton twp William Kellat. Jackson Eye b House will inn sue Davis. Jack on j. B. Fisher Wellston Fern Hughes. Oak Hill Roy Phillip Wellston Homer i Clark Ray route one Norman t. Risner braver route two l s Benson Wellston Clarence Richard. Thur Man route two j. S. Patterson Well ton Lula Faugh Jack on. Jesie Dunn. Oak Hill. Aaron Bale. Wellston Paul Waxiler. Wellston Clyde White Jack on Pat a Fly. Jackson Morton Johnson. Jackson. Delta hate Oak his and Milard Queen. J ack on officer shoots youth suspected Auto thief killed by policeman a fire Zanesville. March 18-patrolman Henry Ritchason Early today i hot and killed an automobile theft suspect identified by police As Edwin b. O Brien 21, of Akron. Patrolman Ritchason reported that o Brien ran from a car stolen from a Zanesville cafe owner the patrolman said he shot when the youth refused to heed his commands to halt and reached in his pocket As though to draw a gun. O Brien was unarmed however. Spring weather with its variety finds Portsmouth boy scout turning to Camp orc for a Busy schedule of weekend camping activities which will continue until Schnoo is out in june. A schedule has been arranged with various scoutmaster whereby one scoutmaster and his troop will be in Camp each weekend from today until the Middle of june to supervise Camp and the use of Camp equipment. In Camp today to open the season is troop 16 of James Dickey Post american legion under the leadership of Francis Packard scoutmaster and troop 40 of holy redeemer Church under Jim Tannian scoutmaster. Scouts going to Camp under their troop leaders develop their own program. Each boy provides his own blankets and food and by groups or patrols the boys Cook their own meals while at Camp. Much of the time at Camp is spent hiking games campfire programs and practising or passing of outdoor scout Craft or nature tests. Seven Portsmouth troops Are scheduled to head for Camp during Spring vacation which begins with the close of school Friday april 7. It is expected that 150 boys will be in Camp during this period each from a period of three Days up to a week. Weekend camping at Camp oyo during the Winter season because of the weather has been an a up and Down affair. Constant heavy Rains made camping activities and an outdoor program undesirable. Tuberculosis meeting is set for March 29 Scioto county expected to be i represented at Chillicothe representatives of the Scioto county tuberculosis association Are expected to attend a meeting at Chillicothe March 29 to plan further advances against tuberculosis. The meeting will be the eighth in a series of nine held in All parts of the Tate. Sponsored by the Ohio Public health association. I Charles g. Greig and Benjamin f. Knepper. Both of Columbus Field representatives of the state association will Lead the discussions. I Scioto. Pike Jackson Ross Vinton Highland Lawrence. Hocking Fayette Fairfield and Pickaway counties Are expected to be represented. Minford Omo to owe concert new uniforms to be worn at school program thursday night thursday at i p m. The Minford High school band under the direction of Edward Reginald Mccowen will present it first annual concert in the school Audi-1 Tori imm the Minford band boasts the record of being fully uniformed in its first year. It has a membership of 50 and Only six weeks after organization played in Public. Several concerts have been Given and the Young musicians have played also at basketball games and school plays. To Wear new uniforms the Public will have first Opportunity thursday to inspect the new electric Blue Cadet style uniforms. There will be $ Small admission to help with expenses. Or. Mccowen also is instrumental music director at South Webster High school. That band has 60 pieces. Several special features have been arranged. James Irwin will have a trumpet Solo part in i a Peony polka by h. A. Vander Cook. Another trumpet Solo part will be played by George Alexander As the ensemble plays a deepening Shadow a by Frederick Carroll. Marie Fishbaugh Evelyn Mou i Gey Rose Kinker. Daisy hater i and Judy Coburn comprise a clarinet quintet for a Brahms Lullaby arranged by or. Mccowen. Thelma Fishbaugh Dorothy Bennett and Dale Woods form a saxophone Trio in or. My j cow ends arrangements of a minuet in go Beethoven. Drum Solo planned Junior Alexander is to offer a drum Solo and another number will feature the drum majors James Lewis and Violet Pfleger. They will perform during a major Stewart Quot a March by James Lawton. Other selections on the program Are ambition overture by Harold Bennett slavonic dance s. Balikov activity March Harold Bennett Mutual March Bennett a poet and peasant overture Franz v. Suppe a a Chalmay Waltz Bennett a a project March Bennett a abide with me arranged by de Chenette a Aloha Oey Queen Lilly of Calani a a taps arranged by Chende. The band person includes trumpets and cornets by to it Elliott Annie Adams Eugene Hus min. Josie Harris. James Irwin. Darlene Trace. Buster Williams Netie Davis. Hazel Yeaste. Joe Poole George Alexander Vernon Reese and Harry Schuler clarinets. Judith Coburn. Daisy hater Eleanor Allen. Juanita Woofter Marilyn White Mildred Bateman. Alice Walter. Evelyn Mougey. Rose Kunker Regina Ison Marie Fishbaugh and Inza brisker saxophone. Dorothy e. Bennett. Dale Woods. Thelma Fishbaugh and Carl Shuter. Baritone. Roy Staten horns. Robert Wilson. Evelyn Fischer and Jack Irwin trombones. Dorothy Bennett. Annabel Zeek Winston Crawford and Bob Samson basses James Samson and Paul Gahm percussion. Roscoe Whitley Bass drum Willard Seibert. Junior Alexander. Ralph Rickey snare drum Anni Allen Bells Isaac Wells cymbals James Lewis and Violet Pfleger drum majors. To direct concert nearby patients Al Rev. Bon Dixon is ill Bora North of lucas., a influenza mrs John Collis who Hiil is unproved mrs Jim r mint no with Grippe at her Horn Edward r. Mccowen he directs two school bands. Rev. Wag0 to speak on a the jewish problem former hungarian officer to appear Here monday Rev. Oscar Wago of Columbus a Christian jew will speak Here monday under auspices of the Portsmouth teachers association. The address entitled a it h e jewish problem in Europe will be Given at 4 p. In. In Portsmouth High school auditorium. The Public is invited. Rev. Wago has appeared Here on several previous occasions. He was an officer in the hungarian army and is an aeronautical Engineer. He has two sons in Hungary who Are physicians. La hot trans a for is parents Are always Wel Ometa comm to and talk to our tractors Chack oar your it a id am a procedure. There la a finer training for your daughter than a Complete hns Taase coarse Here. It Elf confidences personality and Charm develop along with her competence to meet and work with other. Day and evening school new Clame Start monday a com p i e t e commercial course. A Complete secretarial course. A full accounting course. A stenographic course. Enrol now Porto Oihi interstate Ximiness College member Ohio Busine schools association Gallia at Waller pm. 2630 interest works 24 hours a Day. The Burden is in proportion to the rate you pay. If your interest rates Are too High we know that we can save you Money. Personal Loans on automobiles or other acceptable Security. Without endorsers if desired at most reasonable rates and convenient terms. A personal interview will Surprise you. The citizens budget co. Locally owned and managed $20 sixth St. Portsmouth. 0. Stuart club to meet poet teacher i rom Ashland to be speaker a meeting of the Jesse Stuart literary club will be held wednesday night at 8 at the Christian Church of Greenup. Virgil Leon Sturgill of Ashland teacher writer and poet will be the speaker. Visitors from Portsmouth and Greenup county arc invited. Seven in death Row Columbus March 18�?population of Ohio Penitentiary a death Row was seven today. Latest to enter was Pang Young 28-year-old Cincinnati chinese scheduled to die june 26 for slaying James t. Hill aged coloured laundry station agent. I always secured now federally insured Wmk qua a Mil Ting to tic lilith Kyj apr to Habota a really a Flat tire a Battery dead a out of Gas phone 1855 no unnecessary delay no waste of time we have 4 service cars on duty at All times to give the fastest Road service in the City. Chamis super service Scioto county s largest Independent tire dealer ninth and Olf nere pm i ass Pallia at Damann pm. 17 own your Home use our Money you pay rent anyway. Why not make your rent Money buy you a Home Well lend you the Money at a moderate rate of interest. You repay in monthly sums like rent. Why wait any longer for the Home you have wanted for years thet sooner you acquire your own Home the sooner you quit making payments on somebody else a property citizens savings and loan association co. 505 Chillicothe by. Established 1891 member Federal Home loan Bank system right Fok suits 9� a swing into Spring in a sparkling new suit fax a a Ion favored fabrics. Newest styling made but a pert Needle worker a Here Are grand a buys. A a our Lav away plan other suite $1295 special Portsmouth s Thrift Center t

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