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Salem News (Newspaper) - February 5, 1940, Salem, Ohio Palace 0n stage in person Hollywood Glamour a and i oomph Quot All girl revue Jih a a it a we fun a it \ four outstanding Beautiful and or Tala Tad stars from Stag of amp Roan and radio i Marie Wilson comedy Star of a Saor Merit Virv Rita Rio and her All girl orchestra Toby Wing the blonde Bombshell Quot Faith Bacon sensational dancer of Carl Arroll vanities Sylvia amp Clemence Maud hilton�?4 coeds 0um/j�t&.hl, of Rio 3 Davs Only . 7.8 engagement of miss Bush f. L. Emeny is announced announcement a. The engagement of Bush daughter of mrs. William it Heim Bush of Chicago to Fred-.1 a Rick Latham Emeny of Cleveland. If non of or. And mrs. F High tar d ave. Quot mis. Bush who attended miss Dames of Malta h1 have party �?o2 a number of out of town guests i attended the card party Given is Speace sisterhood no. Ibs Dames a ii of Malta at the Home of mrs. Chris Quot on Jenings ave. Saturday Ever dig. Eight tables of cards were in i. Play during the evening lunch Wau served the hostess and geese Date mrs. Paul Patterson and s. Airs Lewis Brown. Went to or. George Barnes and Brooke Combs. Gordon Gino and mrs. Combs. Guests included mrs. Nettie Dunnavant of Newton palls. Mrs. Francis Waiwaiole of co Umbus. Everett Dean jr., of Wittenberg College miss Ada Meek of kist. Palestine mrs Katie Kilbreath of Columbiana and or. And mrs. Ray Collins of Canton. A of Surprise party for Lisbon Man so it Ltd a Surprise party was Given for r j. M. Barger sunday at his Home in Lisbon honouring his 80th birthday anniversary. The affair was arranged his Niece mrs Dora Davidson with whom he makes his heme a dinner was served at noon. The tattle was attractive with a Large birthday cake As Centrepiece. The afternoon was spent informally and or Barger was presented a num a Ber of gifts. Or and mrs a n. Davidson of tenth St were among the guests. Or. Barger Wras a resident of a Ileal Aat More than 20 years before going to Lisbon two years ago to make him Home. Been made of hairs school and the Shipley school miss Caroline and Vassar College is a member of the Chicago Junior league officer of the National society of Colonti Dames and has berm Active on a Emeny of j a number of Chicago Charity boards or. Emeny is a graduate of the Hotchkiss school Cornell University and Harvard graduate school of business administration. He is an Chi Leer of the Cleveland Trust co. Of y Youngstown Salem couple to wed the wedding of miss Annette Miller daughter of Adam w Miller of Youngstown to Daniel in mounts son of or. And mis. Russell c. Mounts of Youngstown formerly of Salem will an event of March 16. The ceremony will so pm sized in Westminster presbyterian Church in Youngstown. The Bride elect is a graduate of Kent state University and is president of the Junior business Wom ends club of Youngstown. Or. Mounts grandson of or. And mrs. J. A mounts of the Albany rd., attended Youngstown College where he is affiliated with Phi Sigma fraternity. Or. Mounts and his Fiancee Are associated with the Trumbull lamp co. In Warren. Finds for non knitters today s pattern sweetheart dance is Success the annual a sweetheart Quot dance Given Omega no Tau sorority saturday night in the elks ballroom was enjoyed about too couples. Al Roberts orchestra of Canton played for the affair. Valentine colors and theme were used in the decorations for tile Hall which featured red and White Artri liners running from a Large Valentine in the Center ceiling to the Walls. Hearts and Valentines were Hung from the streamers. The orchestra Box was placed behind two Large silvered Valentines. Funds from the dance will used to Complete the furnishing of a room in Salem City Hospital. Been marriage licenses marriage licenses have granted at Lisbon to Raymond Stec millwright and Anna Mae Oconnor East Liverpool. Arthur l. Craven Potter and Margaret Jane Bowersock East Liverpool. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Mcclug 1 Gage and misses Sara and Bess Walker spent the weekend in Cleveland where they visited with i the latter sister miss Pearl a i Walker. I or. And mrs. Ray Fay of alliances pent sunday at the Home of or j and mrs. Robert Clark. E. Third . Clark who has been ill for some time. Still is in a serious condition. Or and mrs Harry Brewer of Ashtabula vis Tel yesterday and today with or. And mrs. N. A Reynolds Jennings ave. Or. And mrs. Paul Covert of Erie. Pa., formerly of Salem visited friends and relatives Here Over the weekend Shenski province key City in new chinese russian. Sian. China it correspondence of defined. Governor Chia no adm to delayed diploma Shenandoah. La John Gra. The associated press a with development of China s new Northwest a a lifeline a to soviet Russia through turkestan this Shenski that this area constitutes icus problem to settled after me War. An american visitor to Rie Norih 1 province capital and chinese ter can front found evidence of strained Prunella Wood we done to know How the manufacturers do it but the Price tags on these sweaters for Springs suits Are proof that Only girls who knit for relaxation should Purl their own. The style at the left is one of our Quot gone with the wind Quot fast All wools in these sweaters Are Mot proofed. A combination of Furnaca and a australian Zephyr yarns results in a clinging soft texture weave. I Story Northwest of it have As tinted a new importance. has become the geographical key to chinese russian relations and russian and native communist influence in these Northwestern re a Gions has grown to new strength. It was at Sian that the common front against Japan of the chinese i communists and Generalissimo i Chian Kai Shekus nationalist Chi-1 government was formed in j 1936. The City now is Yiliang s listening Post and stronghold on the fringe i of the Northwestern areas in which i the chinese communists Are Dom i infant. Beyond those areas lie the j russian sphere of influence and soviet Siberia itself. Entrusted to Fremd at Sian Chiang maintains his delicate contacts with the chinese communists entrusting this Mission to his Friend and lieutenant general Chiang Ting Wen. Officially this second general i Chiang is chairman or governor of Shenski responsible for the provincial administration. Actually i however his main duty is to keep a 24-hour watch on the communists i anti to keep them in place without jeopardizing the operation of the i chinese nationalist communist front. The working understanding Between the nationalists and the communist party in other parts of China finds expression in joint patriotic demonstrations and rallies. But in Sian these Are conspicuously lacking. To avoid political trouble the nationalist authorities in Sian forbid practically All popular front a nation and Many groups sponsored the communists but which included people of All shades of political opinion have been dissolved j meetings of the communist party j Are not allowed. Accept new principles governor Chiang Ting Wen told an american visitor recently that j the communists As a prerequisite to the formation of the United front j had theoretically accepted the pain i Caples of the nationalists hence they had ceased to communists j and had achieved the status of a j recognized patriotic group. The area which they administer in North Shenski is termed a Quot special area Quot with a Legal status never of the relations Between troop government and communist younger officers in both were free with criticism other group. This friction however did nut seem to extend to the higher tanks. Apparently appreciating that the reds Excel in sit guerrilla thrusts and the government forces in line fighting and pm tical mane vering he High commands have been Able to cooperate and to sink their policies i differences in the lace of the Jap nose three Hundred Miles Northwest of Sian is Lane Bow capital of Kansu province and Kev on the new chinese russian two Way Trade route which has become for China another lifeline. Lane How is the meeting Point of russian and chinese representatives directly responsible to Moscow end chunking. Ton is going to graduate from hex school 18 years after he Atter 80 his first class. He started working while m High school then married dropped out. Now he has taker extra work to Complete the two credits he needed for his duplex night coughs colds need More than a a Salve to quickly relieve distress before you go to bed rub your throw Chest and Back with warming soothe Muster Ole. Of get such Quick Relski because Muster Ole is More than a i us a its a marvelous stimulate a counter irritant which helps break up local congestion and pain due to Boidi its soothing Vapours ease breathing used millions for Over 30 years t strengths regular children a mild and extra Strong 40. Hospital size $3 of ions and comes in Pink and Lemon yellow with Short peplum at the ribbed Waist. Right above a straight Blouse ribbed All Overland Square at the neck Bottom a Dainty slip Over which snaps under tiny Flower buttons. This is appealing in Pale Blue social i weeks Calendar frock lits novel panels pattern 43kk there s nothing like a Bright new dress to put you in the proper Frame of mind for Spring. Anno Adams pattern 4388. Lovely in say or Shantung brims Over wit do Lingl Toul novelties. See How the Princess effect seams Are curved Al Ike lop in a Graceful Reed in the Urekew effect the front panel of Ute bodice ends in a curved seam gild May to trimmed at the Waist with Gay buttons. Use an All around Belt or smart Side ties. And not a e the squared a neckline and Nice sleeves. For a daringly effective touch make the front held homemakers Winona club members Are guests of mrs. Rachel Lambie Winona feb 5�?Winona homemakers c us met thursday afternoon with mrs. Rachel Gamble mrs. Gamble was the Leader. A Roll Call was responded to each one giving some strange or interesting animal trait miss Mary Benedict gave a Reading. Quot Christmas at the old folks Home Quot mrs. Albert Gamble read Quot the Hick town Quot. Mrs. Clifton Hall i read Quot discouraged a Sam Plum a Mer. Mrs. William Satterthwaite i read letters from Arthur Gamble i now located near Berlin. Germany. The March meeting will with mrs. E. Y. Gamble with mrs. I George Megrail As Leader. Mrs. A. E. Warrington and mrs Roscoe Stanley Damascus visited tuesday with mrs. C. E. Stanley word has been received Here of the death of mrs Daniel master i at Sebring. A. The masters Wen. Former Winona residents and have j ones chosen committee reports to tonight duplicate Bridges games at the memorial building tonight have been postponed. Salem chapter no. 234, order of i Eastern star�?8 p. In regular meet ing in the masonic Temple. Busy Needle club dinner and theater party in place of regular meeting. Tuesday Iota chapter. Omega no Tau sorority�?8 p. In. At tile Home of i mrs. Richard Konnert Franklin St business session. Bridge club associates evening at the Home of mrs. Newton Stirl j ing on West eight hat. Bide a wee club evening at the Home of miss Bettie Ruth Lewis Jennings ave. Edna Thomas auxiliary a Metho j dist Church �?8 p. Rn., guest night Observance at the Home of mrs. Carl Asmus. 366 South Lincoln ave members of women a Home missions Carrie Barge missionary and Mary Carr Curtis missionary j societies will guests. Rev c. of new Waterford former missionary in China will speak i or musical program. Anyone in j Tore tied May attend. Quota club�?6 30 p. In. Dinner meeting at the memorial building new officers to installed Quot secret pals Quot to announced and new North Georgetown woman a club a at the Home of mrs. Rena White leather. Peace sisterhood no. 189. Dames of malta�?8 p. In. In the Lodge Hall. Special feature planned. Trimble class presbyterian Church �?6 15 p in. Cove dish dinner at the Church. Program and meeting thursday Salem China welfare club a 8 p. In. At the memorial building. Reception for new members to follow the regular meeting. Helping hand class methodist Church �?2 30 p. In. At the Church. North Ellsworth Avenue club afternoon at the Home of mrs. Albert Bonsall on North Ellsworth ave. Play and chatter club evening at the Home of mrs. Richard Scullion on Woodland ave. S. E m. Club evening at the Home of miss Olga Zatko Morris ave. Cadette club evening at the Home or mrs. Edward Irey South Broadway. Past Noble grands association of the Rebekah lodge�?6 30 p in. Cove dish dinner before the regular meeting in the Odd Fellows Hall. Valentine party to a feature. Catholic daughters of american 8 p. In. In the k. Of c. Hall. Regular session. Friday women s missionary society Trinity lutheran Church �?7 30 p. In. Al the Home of mrs. Donald Cobu on West seventh St. Mrs. A. Lent services Are arranged Leetonia lutherans to meet each wednesday night Leetonia. Feb. 5.�?special services will held each wednesday evening during Lent at St. Paul a lutheran Church at 7 3c p. Rh., beginning with Ash wednesday. Topics to discussed at the wednesday evening services Are feb 7�?�?oloved&Quot feb. 14 a Quot sus Washingtonville feb a. R 1. A. >28�? denied March 6�? despised Bridge club meets March 13 crucified March 20 h. A Thropp Leader. Ladies auxiliary of patriarchs militant�?8 p. In. In the Odd Fellows Hall. American legion auxiliary�?8 p. Rn., executive Board meeting at the Home of mrs. Golda Bumbaugh 838 South Union ave. Washingtonville. Feb. 5. A the Washingtonville Bridge club members were guests on Friday evening in the Home of mrs. Glenn Mcneelan at Salem. Two tables were in play with honors won mrs. C. A. Stouffer and mrs. Helen Weikart. The Consolation Gilt went to mrs. Curtis Grandle. The hostess served lunch. Mrs. Albert Spear will entertain in four weeks. Recent visitors in the Home of or and mrs. Albert Ritchie were or. And mrs. Ray Mcbride of cantata the choir. A meeting of the officers and a teachers of St. Paul s lutheran sunday school will held at the Home of Rev. J. N. Grohne this evening at 7. D. Wallace Rebekah Lodge no. 279 is sponsoring a Benefit card party at the i. O. O. F. Hall thursday evening. Aids of. Union program Rev. Stanleyj Shoemaker pastor of the methodic Church left sunday afternoon for a six Day stay at it. Union College As one Wampum pa., and or. And mrs.1 of the counsellors during religious Arthur Krepps of new Waterford. Mrs. Claire waggle was remembered on Friday her Many friends when she received nearly too cards and other gifts in Honor of her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Waggle is convalescing from a two months illness. Mrs. Lizzie Mcintosh is confined at her Home suffering from injuries sustained in a fall recently. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Needham of Salem have moved into the mrs. Laura Thorpe property on main Street. Emphasis week on the Campus. Mrs. Emma Lodge has returned from a visit with her sister mrs. Edward Mccready who is Iii at St. Catherine s Hospital. Indiana Harbor. W. P. Wilhelm and daughter Florence and miss Betty hell visited or. Wilhelm s brother a. C. Wilhelm and wife at Pittsburgh sunday. Or. And mrs. William hummed returned sunday from a two weeks visit with or. Hummell smother mrs. Walter Miller at new Philadelphia. Relatives Here mrs. Alfred Fowler returned Home thursday from South Side Hospital Youngstown where she underwent cd of. The bodice and perhaps the i in oration about three weeks ago front skirt panel too. In bold. Contrast. Pattern 4388 is available in misses and women a sizes 14. 16, 18. 32. 34, 36, 38 40. 42 and 44 size 16 takes 4 Yards 35 Inch fabric. Club entertained mrs. Francis Hall welcomed c us associates at her Home wednesday afternoon tire group enjoyed �?o500&Quot with mrs Cecil Bennett winning the prize. Mrs James Pettyjohn Salem was a guest. A delightful Send fifteen cents 15c> in i lunch was served try the hostess. Coins for this Anne Adams pattern write plainly size name. And and style number. Quot How do you manage to have so among those from a distance who attended the funeral rites of f Hall wednesday at the Home of his sister. Mrs. Emily Satt Erth Trihy smart looking clothes a poo wait were mrs mortis Peacock pie will ask if you use our new Bril Indiana and daughter miss Mary la pit Anne Adams pattern Hook before planning your Spring wardrobe. It s a Complete fashion picture with Day and night Glamor Quot frocks. Spring bridal Wear Charm for forty pluses town and country modes. There a a budget wardrobe Spring seasoning for the Young set and carnival Gay Cottons. All yours for the easy a a sewing order a copy now Book fifteen cents pattern fifteen cents Book and pattern together. Twenty five cents. Fetid your order to Salem news a pattern department. 243 West 17th St., new York n. Y. Peacock Columbus or. And mrs j Clifford Norton and daughter. Cleveland or and mrs. Wilmer j Hall Cleveland or and mrs ii a ver Bailey. Colera in Thomas and i Francis whiners Samuel Hall and i mrs Martha Thomas. Harrisville and Howard Peacock. Barnesville Gertrude Bailey Little daughter i of or. Aud mrs. Of Iver Bailey Cole a rain visited wednesday afternoon with Beverly Stanley. I Chi of of that Oklahoma City Quot where is Couch drive a Lieut l. H Whalen ked a patrolman in police school Quot i dont the officer answered. A the to ice station is at the Corner of Couch drive and Shartel ave. Quot wha a n snapped Given. Travellers club 2 15 p. In at the Library. Miss Ila Nicholson of Toronto will review the play Quot a family portrait Quot. Tea will in i charge of mrs. L w King and her committee. Mary Eliot tent no 70, daughters of Union veterans�?7 30 p. In. In the k of p. Hall. Regular business session. E is auxiliary 8 p. In. In the i Lodge Home. Regular meeting Harriet Watt Guild Church of i our Saviour 7 30 p. In at the Home of mrs. Ira c. Hoopes 808 Superior ave. Meeting one Day earlier than usual. G u. S. Class Baptist Church a 7 30 p in regular meeting at the Home of miss Betty tulips North Madison ave. Attic ettes evening. Home of miss Joyce Shaffer 437 Jennings ave miss Elizabeth Shaffer As 5 social hostess. Wednesday Salem City Hospital auxiliary 2 30 p. In at the nurses Home atty Joel Sharp to speak on a jury duty Quot Tea will served after the program. Octo Bridge club a evening at the Home of mrs. Wallace Dun can 882 East fourth St. Star club a afternoon at the Home of mrs h. A Shinn Benton re. Harriet Watt Guild Church of our Stour a regular meeting changed to tuesday. This is no time to take chances with colds with contagious colds increasing take these precautions for your family s Sake and your own keep out of crowds As much As possible. Get plenty of rest and sleep. Eat simple food. Drink plenty of water. Keep elimination regular. Don t take needless chances. Done to Experiment with untried medications. And sure to have these two time tested Home approved treatments on hand ready to use. At the first sign of a cold ready to help prevent Many colds from developing. At the first warning sneeze sniffle or irritated feeling in your nose use Vicks Vatro nol. Just a few drops up each nostril. Right away you can feel Vatro nol stimulating natures own cold righting defences. It actually helps to keep Many colds from developing or to throw them off in the Early stages. Also use Vatro nol for Swift Relief from the suffocating stuffiness and congestion of a head cold. Of a cold develops souk colds gel All precautions thoroughly Massage Throat Chest and Back with Vicks vap rub then spread on a thick layer of vap rub cover with a warmed cloth and go to bed. Vap rub brings wonderful Relief and invites restful sleep. Then hour after hour it keeps working stimulating the skin like a warming poultice while its medicinal Vapours Are breathed into the cold irritated air passages of nose Throat and Chest. Often when morning comes most of the colds discomforts Are gone now to prepared cot a bottle of Vicks Vatro nol and a car of Vicks Vapori today and take the above precautions to Ley May save you a lot of sickness Ami worry. Lincoln Market no charge for delivery phone 4626-462 prices to please the Thrifty housewife plus our service thrown in Gold medal flour bbl., a we Abc dug fond58e Doz. 5 cans 2.x Chase amp Sanborn Coffee a i b., 23c age. Kidney Beans 69e Doz 4cans2.x shredded wheat biscuit. 2 pkgs., 22c Kirkman s soap chips 2 in. Pkg. 43c, granulated sugar 25 lbs., $1.20 Good tasty souse.lh., Loc boiling beef. 2 lbs., 25c Good meaty scrapple 3 lbs., 25c a but where am i going to a that s easy get a budget loan la a oof to Bor Row a Gam to colonial plan budget Loans a Oune steady employment with the willin.��?T, and a i to make a Small monthly payment and you can get a budget loan while you wait.1 payments Are As Low As s4.47 monthly which includes All charges for each Sio borrowed colonial plan offers to advantages for the Borrower. Most important is a one-1 Bird reduction in Cost for prompt payment w hich Sac is you sjh.16 on a 5200 budget loan payable in shirts months. Conic in or phone for your budget loan. 134 s. Broadway 2nd floor Salem phone 3850 fourth Salem Ohio news monday february 5, 1940

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