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Xenia Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1932, Xenia, Ohio The evening Gazette Xenia Ohio Friday july 15, 1932 society personal clubs huh nicest Courtesy you in show your truest la to have their 1 visits mentioned on this Page the nicest Courtesy you can show your friends is to let them learn of your visits through this Par whenever you ire away. The Gazette consider it a favor whenever you turn in an item of any kind. Phone 70. Or. Benjamin Holfus Margaret Emer Birmingham mich., arrived in this City Friday morning bring called Here by the serious illness of her father or i. F. Emery High St. A mock wedding features Grange program thursday. A a mock wedding was an interesting feature of an Exchange program presented by members of Caesar Creek Grange before pleasant Grange Bowersville thursday evening. Participants were miss Wilma Sham Haugh the Bride or. James beam bridegroom or. Vernon Shambaugh minister or. James beam brides Mother or. Paul Peterson brides father or. Lawrence beam Best Man miss Mary Jones brides maid the misses Mabel Davis. Vema Huffman and Mildred learning Flower girls. Music was furnished by the misses Jane Mussetter and Martha Williams and messes. Samuel Boyd and Ernest beam. Preceding the a wedding a a Short program was presented by Caesar Creek Grange orchestra and the Grange quartet whose members Are messes. Elbert Mesecher Edgar Gravity James Lundy and Vernon Shambaugh. Two readings were Given by Barbara Jean Mason. Refreshments of ice Cream and cake were served following the program. W. C. T. hold joint meeting Here. South Side arc. T u. Was Host to members of the l. T l. And Mcclelland w. C. T. U at an interesting meeting in Shawnee Park thursday afternoon. Mrs. Roger fudge mrs. R. C. Ledbetter and mrs. Frank Wolf or. Were in charge of the program. A group of Young people took part in devotional service under the direction of mrs. Frank Wolf or. And mrs. William bootes gave a talk to l. T. L. Members. Rev w. E Nocks new Jasper also spoke. Harold Miller played two Comet solos and Janet fudge gave a recitation readings were Given by mrs. William Weiss. Mrs. R. C. Ledbetter and mrs. Frank Wolf or. Following a Short business meeting Cooling refreshments were served by the hostess Union to the forty members and guests present. Mystic club is entertained thursday Nineteen members and guests of the Mystic club were delightfully entertained at the Home of mrs. N. N Sams. Jamestown thursday evening. A social time was enjoyed by the guests. Mrs. Sams. Assisted by mrs. John Baughn this City and mrs. F. W. Harper Jamestown served a salad course later in the evening. The misses Virginia Babb Martha Ann and Eldora Baughn. This City were the guests at the meeting missionary society has picnic wednesday. Members of the woman s missionary society of the first reformed Church enjoyed their annual picnic at the Home of mrs. J. F Shumaker. Goes station. Wednesday. Following the picnic dinner at noon a Short business meeting was held mrs. Augusta Shu maker presided at the business meeting and mrs. Marshall Wolf conducted the devotional period. Mrs. Raymond Cox n Galloway St., arrived Home tuesday after spending five weeks in Omaha neb., and Council Bluffs la., with relatives. Punk in National platform favored by Ohio committee continued from Page one motion to substitute. It appeared however that not More than two other members of the committee voted with the two Cincinnat ians. A partial poll of the delegations indicated that no More than 250 of the 875 delegates at the most will rally to the support of the Hamilton county Plank. The Cuya hoga county delegation of 122 probably will vote solidly for the a a prot am Plank. The platform approved by the resolutions committee As a whole followed the customary Republican pattern for such documents in Ohio. The Only unusual departure from other platforms of recent years was a Plank declaring for the pre Pri Mary nominating convention at which elected delegates would Quot nominate candidates for state offices for the guidance of the electorate in the primaries to be held at a later inclusion of this Plank is a revival of the movement launched Back in 192. And More recently brought up in the legislature in varying forms As a substitute for the present direct primary system. The committee rejected a proposed Plank submitted by state representative Blum Cleveland declaring in favor of old age pension legislation in Ohio and a suggestion by former attorney general Turner. Columbus that the party endorse the proposed county Home Rule amendment to be submitted to Tho voters for their approval in november. A old age pension Laws Are operative now in Nineteen Blum told the committee. Quot its time that Ohio became progressive and joined this group. Despite Blum a argument Only three votes were cast in favor of his proposed Plank. The platform As drafted by the committee follows the traditional i course of endorsing the Republican National administration adding that the party accepts the Issue in a the Campaign a was one of sanity in government As contrasted with a policy of promised hut not promising pledges the party to Economy in government through a simplify cation of government machinery and reduction of state and local government functions. It opposes any increase in taxes for state or local purposes and declares for an increase in the percentage of votes required to approve Bond issues or voted tax levies. The Plank on Quot Public welfare Quot declares for acceptance of the states responsibility to its institutional wards Quot including any Noces sary capital expenditure Over such a period of time As May be safely undertaken without undue Burden on the other planks in substance include education approves a system of state support which will establish a minimum Standard of education for All children. Highways urges adoption of a Highway program Over a period of years to insure continuous development of the primary and secondary roads to be financed without any increase in Gjuzi or motor vehicle Tajes. Labor declares the working Man has always received Quot sympathetic assistance from the party pledges a continuation of this policy and urges prompt settlement of work menus compensation claims. Agriculture pledges Quot fair and gym pathetic treatment Quot to the Farmer in any tax program indirectly promises reduction of the Farmers tax Burden and advocates legislation to Ald development of a credit system adapted to the needs of agriculture. Conservation declares for Forest conservation and restoration and promises placing of state conservation activities in the hands of qualified persons. Public utilities pledges a legislative policy that will guarantee to users and producers of Utility services rates that will be Quot equitable and fair Quot recommends appropriations to the utilities commission to enable emn Loument of highest Quality of personnel. Banks Aud banking proposes revision of state banking Laws Quot for the better Protection of the de positing Public More stringent supervision and granting of broader Powers to the banking department endorses the Home loan discount Bank system sponsored by the Federal administration. Equality in citizenship promises to the negro citizens Quot full and untrammelled participation in the party councils conventions primary elections and All phases of party activity without discrimination a a and declares a against discrimination in employment by the government on projects financed by Public funds and in the administration of Relief funds pledges of operation to end Lynching mining declares in favor of us of unto Nimes claw i Usu it mum umut. Wherever to amp Iau if. Tuttoi Overfi of tub Milf cafe that dra. Eluded Mark a. Thomas Middletown Karl Timmer Mezaber Wapakoneta a a. Dale Dunifon Van Wert s. C. Peebles Portsmouth l. L. Millar Springfield w. He harder Marion ice d Andrews Ironton of o Sil Baugh Lancaster Ash tit e. Graham Bowling Green Warren a. Bums Marietta James. E. Kesni son Canton and Stuart Cramer Mansfield. Sohn Heiek end i i mrs. W c. Horner and miss Mildred Homer n West St., spent wednesday in Springfield As guests of or and mrs. Harry Sealock and family. Ladies Aid society meeting held wednesday. An interesting meeting of the ladies Ald society of the United Brethren Church was held at the Church wednesday afternoon. During the business session mrs. Bessie Stephens was appointed corresponding Secretary and plans for future work in the society were discussed. Committee were appointed for a special meeting of the society to be held on the Church Lawn wednesday afternoon. Augustio. An interesting program will be Given then and refreshments will be served. All women and girls of the Church Are invited to the meeting As business of importance will be transacted. Mrs. Paul d. Espey and children. Frank and Elizabeth. N Detroit St and or. Espey smother. Mrs. Frank get Pey left tuesday for rising Sun. Ind. Mrs. Frank is per will remain there several weeks but mrs. Paul Estev and children will return Home in a few Days. Or. And mrs Marvin Church. Jamestown Are the Parent of a daughter Bora at their Home thursday morning t \ Dorothy and Many Hornick i daughters of or. And mrs. Arthur Hornick. High St., Are visiting their Uncle and aunt. Or. And mrs. Harry piers. Dayton. The Junior missionary society of the second to p. Church will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Church saturday afternoon at 2 of clock. Patricia and Carol Kelble daughters of mrs. Harriett Kelble. W. Second St., Are spending a week in Dayton with their Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. John Davis. Miss Mary Elizabeth Bruce w. Third St., is spending this week of the girl scout Camp. Middletown. 9 celebrates twelfth birthday thursday. Laura Marie Middleton daughter of or and mrs Wilton Middleton near Bowersville celebrated her twelfth birthday thursday at the Home of her aunt mrs. Laura Barley Wilmington Pike. In Honor of the occasion she entertained a few of her Small friends at dinner and a Large birthday cake with twelve candles was used a a Centrepiece for the table Laura Marie s guest at the dinner were her sister Imogene Wanda Lee Meredith and Barbara Jean Mason. Mrs. Harold l. Hays of the o. S. And s. O. Home was removed Home thursday from Mcclellan Hospital where she underwent in emergency operation for appendicitis ten Days ago. Couple honoured at parcel or and mrs. Claude jacks near Jamestown whose Home was recently destroyed by fire were guests of Honor at a parcel Quot Shower at the Home of mrs h. C. Funker near Jamestown tuesday afternoon. The jacks family received a number of useful gift. A social time was enjoyed during the afternoon and later refreshments were served. Or. And mrs. Rey Helvenston and son Tilden. Pittsburgh Are visiting Here at the Home of or and mrs. Reed Madden. W Church St. Or. And mrs. Philip Kemper the misses Eleanor and Shirley Kemper and mrs. Arch i. Carson All of i Cincinnati were guests thursday of miss Sarah b Williams n. Galloway St., coming Here for the Macgregor Little nuptials at Christ episcopal Church. Miss Eleanor Kemper remained to spend several j Days with miss Williams. Or i f. Emery ticket agent at the Pennsylvania Railroad Here for Many years is seriously ill at his 1 Home on High St suffering from a complication of disease mrs Guy Snider e. Second it underwent an operation for the removal of her tonsils at the office of a local physic Jan thursday. During july Only All your Teeth extracted $5.00 White Cross dentists during july we will extract Ever it a tooth in your Mouth for this Low Price. Or. C. J. Gensler Steele bldg. Phone 211 jumbo soda any flavor saturday Only Donges optical service attains the highest professional standards the most Modem instruments perfected by science registered eyesight specialist. Private examination room and the Best equipment make it possible for us to give you unexcelled optical service. You will find utmost satisfaction in our splendid selection of frames in the newest and smartest styles enabling you to choose become ugly and appropriately. Have your eyes examined by Xenia a Only four year College graduate Eye sight specialist r. H. Donges o. D. Phone 57 w. .30 s. Detroit St. It of pm up Shank i Ivl i Cream 10c 50c West a tooth Brush 39c 50c Luxor a 39c $1.00 Mijol 69c 75c # it t Ray lox 59c 30c Sal Hepatica 22c 35c Cut exit reparations 27c $1.00 aspirin tablets 49c 75c Doans pills 49c 50c Almond lotion $1.50 no. 2 camera 98c i sic 60c Mulai fled shampoo 1 a f or Var 39c j a i of Apex 79c 35c mum deodorant a. 29c Milder Ani safes Effer that s Why More and More smokers Are changing to Chesterfield every Day when you Are amok in a lot of a a cigarettes every Day you naturally want a mild cigarette and smokers try Chester Fields and find out that they Are Milder and taste better. Then smokers Tell other smokers a one smoker telling another that they find that although they smoke a great Many Chester Fields during the Day they never tire of them and that they have found out that Chesterfield is a Milder cigarette that it is a cigarette that tastes better that it is a cigarette with a most pleasing Aroma. Some time ago in a Chesterfield advertisement there was a statement a a $90,000,000 reason a and this Means that the larger part of $90,000,000 is invested in the right kind of Ripe mild Domestic and turkish tobaccos to make sure that Chester Fields Are Milder and taste better. May we ask you to try them music that satisfies. Every night hut sunday Columbia coast to coast network to o Dock Eastern Daylight time

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