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-0- By Emma Hertel. Betty Polder 1 }formation iiTTi iim»"iii«i«fn I AVTOMOBII«-. FBtrZÄ-. TOmWAJOO VB*8IC*HBXr»a i STEPHEN DEPNER Prompte ^hVll^he 8t-iHt»nuiig 760 Terminal Tower MAin 2165 1640 Wlnton Ave. XiAkewood 4765 »epnty Zwelff 1 und 4. 3i nminn meieiin., Albert [.Ziehir LEICHENBESTATTER (Weiblicher Assistent) Leichenbestattungsheim By Heck Picnic Erna. Fleischer, Sec'y. NEWS Bv Bill -»FfMAlC Lydia Pinkham's Nvr Notizen Ale rait der Fort MI Dlenstagnacbmlttag ein treffen werden In der Mt die ser Woche Donneretag er scheinenden Hammer ver* oeffentUoh*. »le Bedaktlon. HOW MUCH ARE THESe? dfiß eadu ib éatte IENIALHK ÖoIisTOE Jresto: FOR A PENNY! HOMESTEADNEWS By Marty always eown.thun Stains, dis vertlsers. You DQANS PILLS w HAVERT you SOT? JRy Frank Hann Meeting Congratulation» f'yjyp"*» 1 WEDDING Brancn 3. Wm. Schuller, Sec'y. By Mike WORE JUNIOJfS'CLUB 7. GUIDED XTOtStBtti 4ffe«rie«i News Pmtmtm. lot. rvt \n\n Donnerstag, den 24. Zun! 1948 S, I. A. CHORUS NEWS By Eleanor Rauch Come on Youngstowno how about joining in the T. S. J. A. Chorus 'Surely we have more than 3 harp and a few girls that can sing. Please come out and join in thb fun. Remember you do not have to be a T. S. J. A. pember. The more the merrier. Our next singing rehearsal will be Friday evening at 8 p. m. in New Castle. Please be at the club at 7 p. m. sharp and not 7:30. All we need is a little bit of your co-operation. Show us what you can dot AGENDA CLUB Teutsch Memorial Lutheran Church Organ Fund Seve your newspapers! Save your magazines! The date of the Agenda Club Paper Sale will be announced next week. We hope to have an ove| whelming response to this call! We ask the co-operation of as many, as possible in bringing thtJijr papers to thje church on the given day. However, arrange ments for pick-ups will be made if folks will call CI. 0187 or Of. 7858. Remember, all funds from the Rale will go into the Organ Fund Help us reach our goal and en hance our church services with the mellow m'us'.c of a new organ. "Let's keep Organ-izin«!" 0 SALEM NEWS Salem, O., June 24—First of all I thank the Farrell Juniors for all they did to make the 18th Annual T. S. J. A. Convention a success. Congratulations and good luck GH the new officers of the T. S. J. A. for 1948—49 and to the of ficers of last year or years, we are sorry to see you go but thank you from all of us for the won derful work you have done. Attention Salem Members! If anyone knevvs the where abouts of George please let |»e Jpiotw, he got lost again. Singers remember rehearsals on uesday night at 8 p. m. sharp! ow about putting out with a little effort and coming down See you in New Castle. Are yon ana your relatives mem Sere of the 8iet Benefit Society end Central Verband If not, now the time to VUn. POT more In call the local rep~ewen» tative. 7618 SUPERIOR AV. Telephon: HEnderson 7422 17010 LAKE SHORE BLVD. Telephon: KBnmore 6890. CLEVELAND, OHIO H.MIMmtMHMMMM CANTON ECHO Canton, O., June 24—Just got back from the Annaul T. S. J. A. Convention to which your report er had the honor and luck to attend as a delegate. First of nil we tender our best wishes and luck to the retiring President H. Schindler irt the forthcoming years. Henry has been one of the painstays of the T. S. J. A. lor a good many years and its Pre sident for about nine years. He has established an enviable re cord that any future President can strive for. Hail to the "Old War Horse" may he be with us many more years to come! Our heartiest congratulations go also to our new President Henry Mil ler. Long may he reign. There will be a lot of things to report tiom this past conven tion, so don't fail to be at our next meeting which will be held on July 6th. There are many im portant things that yoa shpuld know. The next convention will be held in New Castle in June 194V. I understand that they have a nice spot in which to hold it but what bothers your reporter is he is wondering if it is good fishing in that creek out there. Being an ardent fi sixer man I wonder if New Castle would be so kind as to put my mind at rest on that score, how about it New Castle? SUNDAY SCHOOL Be sure to mark August lgth in your memo book as a date not to be missed. The Sunday School of the Teutsch Memorial Lutheran' Church will hold its annual pic nic on August 15th at Herbst's Grove, corner of Broadview Ave. anl Ridgewood Drive. There ill be plenty of fun for everyone in eluding free pop and ice cream for the children. CLEVELAND WEST Cleveland, O., June 24—Thing were quite around the club this week. Except for Saturday night. No ballgame was played Sunday. But this coming Sunday, June 27 the ball teams will travel to De troit. Details on what time we are going will be given Friday, at our meeting. At our last meeing Friday the club voted on having singing practice held on Monday night from 8 to 9 o'clock starting June 28. Now it is up to the individual person to make up his mind that he wants to sing or he does not. We want singers who will be at the rehearsals as many times as possible. \A person is of no value to the singing group if he dot-s not come to the rehearsals. Su let's try and have a good sing ing club. Congratulations are -to order to Frank Titsch and Dorothy Simonis who became husband and wife June 19. On behalf of of the club we wish them the be?t of hick. Do You Suffer Distress From and also want to BUILD UP RED BLOOD? If female functional periodic disturbances make you suffer pain and weak, nervous, restless jittery feelings at such times then DO try Lydia B. Pinkham's TABLETS to relieve such symptoms I Taken regularly—Pinkham's Tab lets help build up resistance against nuch distress. Pinkham's Tablets are also one of the greatest blood iron tonics you can buy to help build up red blood to give more strength and energy for girls and women troubled with simple anemia. A pleasant stomachic tonic, too! Just see if you don't re markably benefit 1 Any drugstore. Kraus and Wente Nuptials Wedding Bells fang for Miss Elizabeth Kraus and William Wente Saturday May 15th Eli zabeth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kraus, Elston Ave., Chicago. The young couple were married in the St. Paul Ev Luth. Church, HuiiR-r St, at 4 o'cièck in the afternoon. It seemed as though everyone had tome to see the beautiful ceremony. Miss Kraus wore a white satin gown with a sweetheart neck, trimmed with tiny seed pears, her veil was finger tip length made of fine net. The crown was prin cess style also trimmed with seed pears. The jewelry worn consist ed of her gift from Bill a lovely string of pearls and of course the beautiful engagement ring. Betty •carried white roses with tiny lilies of the valley and sweet peas AGNETHLER HOME TOWN REUNION We hope to great a good num ber of our young people, to help make' our Gregori a success.Most of you were babies or very young when we held our first reunion. It will make your parents happy to know you take an interest in this, our annual meeting. A good time is planned for young and old. We have a good base ball diamond on the picnic place, it will be dancing, refreshments etc. We hope for good weather but there is plenty of shelter in case of rain. The place is easy to find. Clevelanders take Pearl Road to York Road and watch for the „signs. People from otit-of-town take route 82 through North Royal ton to York Roal, right tin York read and von are at Mc Kerahan's Grove. The date is Sunday, June 27. Hope a lot of you will make an effort to come. The Committee. BRANCH 4. All members are hereby in formed that Branch 4 will hold its (meeting during summer on the first Wednesday after the first Sundyy of the month. After noon card party, coffee and cake etcc. After the card party follows the regular meeting. The first of this kind of meetings will be held on Ju'y 7, than on August 4,"September 7 and October 3. Sisters lease note this dates. Elizabeth Tischler, Sec. peeping out all over the stem of the bouquet was one lstr&e white orchid. Mjiss Margaret Kraut, the Ibrjides sister, was the maid of honor. She wore a Pale blue taf feta gown with matching gloves. The other brides maid Miss Susi Botschner wore a pale pink gown also with matching gloves. Eight year old Melba Pearson wore a pink gown which was set off nice ly by her blonde. The bridesmaids and flower girl carried peach ro ses and white sweet peas. The groom looked perfect in Iiis sharp black tuxedo. They made qurte a handsome pair as they marched down the aisle to the tune of the wedding march. Best man was Don Watson, Bills best friend, and other usher was the brides cousin John Zultner. The perfect ring bearer was Teddy. The mothers of both bride and grootr. received corsages. Mrs. Kraus wore a pale aqua dress. Mrs. Wente wore a light green gown, both of the proud mothers had purple orchitis. Miss Evelyn Karnath sang two of Bettys favorites "Because" and "The Lords Prayer", they were done beautifully. Reception came later in the Ashland Club House. The bride and groom were received and greeted by many of their dear friends. Everyone then sat down to a delicious turkey dinner. Af ter the dinner the friends of the couple wished them happiness. It was quite a gala affair, the music was splendid and there were more than enough to eat and drink. At 12:00 o'clock the ladies sang "Es blühen Rosen" and the brides mother removed her veil. After that the bride tossed her bouquet and the young pair sped happily away. Lot» of kwslt Betty and Bill. "Susi". NEW CASTLE NEWS By Henry Bender New Castle, Pa., June 24— Hats off to Farrell Junior Sax ons for putting ovtr, the 18th annual convention. Those that attended had the time of their life and those that missed it will regret it. Congratulations to the newly elected officers and the best of luck to them. To our out going officers Henry Schindler and Eleanor Rawch we wish to extend our thanks for your faith ful services during their terms in office. A Dance this Sat., June 26th The New Castle Saxons are having a dance at the Eintracht Picnic grounds. A cordial invi tation is extended to all members and out-of-town guests. To those who wish to come early your favorite sport is at hand. Danc ing, will start at 9:00 to a local popular band. See you alt Satur day night. Kieenite enas messy, narmtui xusning. ius out your plate or Bridge e glass ot water add a little Kieenite. K I E E N I E e u s e s s W a y Homestead, Pa., June 24—At long last the convention has come and gone and with it a gov! deal of the energy that we've been saving for many months. Those of us who were fortunate enough to be at this affair can honestly say that the Farrell Juniors put on a lavish shindig. Their newly remodelled club rooms are a sight to be hold. Local Juniors Notice The delegates that attended the convention, with the aid of a bit of persuasion, were very lib eral in voting that we be given the next holding of the bowling tournament. This affair is going to require a lot of effort and de termination to be staged success fully. As a matter of fact it is a challenge that we cannot afford to ignore. This is an affair that 1 am sure will tax the entire mem bership to its utmost. Let urns not repeat the performances of the past by allowing a certain few to do all the work. It is a job for the entire group. Meeting Notes The regular meeting will be held next Tuesday evening at the local lodge rooms. All members are requested to be present at this meeting as it is of. vital im portance to us all. At this meet ing the delegates will make their reports to the group and they should prove rather interesting. Odds 'n' Ends The delegates along with Mary Paul may not travel in the best of style but they are sure of getting there on time.We made that last trip without the loss of even one fender. The Homestead Saxons wish to extend their best wishes for a successful year to the new offic ers of the association. Also a vote of thanks to the old gang for a job well done. Events transpire too quickly for your reporter—it seems that after nominating a Miss Boden dorfer it turns out that the gal is no longer a Miss but a Mrs. Why don't you guys let a fellow in on the secret? The delegates that attended the convention wish to extend their thanks to Carl Henze for his saving as a chauffeur for them. There were tunes when we had our doubts as to whether or not it would hold out until we drove all the 'way home. Our sincere thanks colorations ana denture odors disappear /our teeth sparkle like new. Ask vour drug gist today for Kieenite. Or for generous Free Sample, write Kojene Products Corp. Rochester 11, N. Y. to the Fur- re 11 ites who housed our group. They certainly know the mean ing of the word hospitality. 0 Please patronize MM aS- When Your Back Hurts JLnd Year Strength and Energy I« Below Par It MULT be eeeeed by disorder el Mi Mgr 1 unction that permlte poleoeoeâ veete te eeeumelete. For truly^Dugr remove TB— weete te accumulate, rot tri people feel tired, week and whee the kidneys fall to rem adds saé etiwr waste ssattsr Matter trees UM rbeumatle peine, beadschea, Meinsen, getting ep eights, leg pains, swelling. Sometimes frequent and scanty irlas tlee with smarting and burning Is i* ether sign that something le wrong tin the kidneys or bladder. There should be no doubt that prompt treatment le wiser than neglect. Use Dee«'« Pills. It la better to rslr on n medicine that has won eountrrwtde ap» »ral on something less favorably Veen s have bese tried and tee»» ed many years. Are at aU drug stolen Get Dee* tela REG'LAR FELLERS Jimmie and Puddinhead Are Only Prospective Buyers By GENE BYRNES TWELVE FOR A PENNY! SOT ANY MONEY1, WOW MUCH .HAVE SAXON VETERANS Our next meeting will be on Monday, July 12th at 8 p. m. Let us all be at this meeting so we can continue with our ideas, plans and summer activities. Several Veterans attended the meeting of Branch 1 last Friday to hear the reports of thé dele gates to the 1948 Central Verband convention and the picture pre sented was none too pretty. Words were spoken in an effort to clarify some of the points in question by some of the present officials, especially why the of fice of Assistant Secretary-Trea^. had to be discontinued and why so few mortgage loans were issu ed. But the facts were seeming ly nonexisting or so misconstru ed that the questions were far from answered. We hope that in the coming year and the years to follow we will straighten out the apparent friction and that har mony will again enable all of us to work together and to receive dividends. to Bob Eiben and Kay, slid Frank Titsch and the Mr#. twu very nice couples* who just re cently tied the knot. May all their troubles be "little ones". CLEVELAND EAST NEWS By Carl and Johnny Cleveland, O.. June 24—Loads of thanks and a bundle of orchids to Farrell for putting over a well planned and glorious convention weekend in their beautifully re decorated clubrooins that should set an example for anyones fu ture club face lifting plans. With a new president taking over our hats off to Heinie Schindler for a job well done in all these years of faithfull ser vices as our retiring C. O. also hats off to success for all our new o i e s Our siummer social season is off to a grand start with our re cord party last Wednesday going over as a swell success and to night our skating party will take the spotlight with a hearty invite tossed throughout our petonant crezed city in hopes the most of you will turn out for a grand time at Mentor, O. Anyone car ing to go there will be load's of transport buggies, so need not fear for the lack of transport. We. will meet at 6:30 p. m. at the church. t, All mefarbei'S W*titmj§ to pur chase our new sweatees kindly turn your *ftmè* in to C,Gertie Baatz. Also money for our night game the 30th of July with Bos ton is due. Next meeting, will be .July 7th. A bus will be taken for our trip to Detroit on July 18th. Please plan ahead of time as to ar void any chance of losing out on a seat. Our Scralet and Grey will travel to Lorain this Sunday. How about more of our old tim* ers showing themselv^i, o ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Michael BindeU 1437 Robinwood Ave., LakewooM Ohio, announce the marriage (iff their daughter Helen to Ms» William P. Wolff, son of Ms* and Mrs. Pete Wolff, 3413 We* 120th St., on Saturday,. July $ 1948, at Teutsch Memorial LutK Church, W. 89th and Willafd Ave., at 4:30 p. m. Open church will be observed. (V- ALLIANCE. OHIO The regular monthly meeting of the Alliance Saxon Lodge Branch No. 3 will be held Friday, July 2 at 8 p. m. This and That from Washington -By Congressmen Frances P. Bolton- t^OR the first time in our history a woman's prayer opened a ses sion of the House. The Reverend Annalee Stew I art, a Methodist minister, ended her prayer with these words: "That where we come in every land, Life will enter, and not death." rpHE Fellows' i s i aced Persons Bill was thoroughly dis u s s e i n e o u s e a n I a s s ed practi cally as reported Mrs. Bolton by the Commit tee. This was a major tribute to the statesmanlike work of Congressman Fellows of Maine. *pHE House Committee on Foreign Affairs, after some weeks of scrupulous study and intensely in teresting hearings, voted out H. R. 6802, "A bill to strengthen the United Nations and promote inter national cooperation for peace." The Committee felt that after three years of experience under the UN Charter, it was possible to consider action which would give substance to the purposes of the Charter. Thirty-six leaders in American public life were heard by the Com mittee. At the time of the hearings THEK n""6 TO U06C OUR TIME LOOKTN' ST. JOHN'S JUNIOR LUTHER LEAGUE After a lapse of several weeks, our next meeting will be held on Sunday, June 27, immediately following the english service. Important plans will be made for our first oiuiting this summer. NEWS WILL BE FOUND ON AGE we also had before us 19 House concurrent resolutions proposing initiative by this Government to bring about a general conference in pursuance of Article 109 of th« Charter, and embodying specific re visions as the objective of such a conference. We also had specific concrete proposals for strengthen ing United States participation ia the activities of the United Nations and facilitating the operations oE the UN in this country and in thp world. The bill excludes any insistence and direct effort now at funds mental revision of the UN charter it urges efforts by "voluntary agreements" to eliminate the bie power veto in the Security Council on pacific settlement of dispute® and on admission of new mem be öl it recommends all efforts te provide the United Nations with armed forces ... it proposes that the United States adopt a poli of "encouraging and associatin with defensive arrangements for ed under the Charter by other de ocratic countries. We are working for action this bill prior to adjournment. AT -ME6E CHEAP -MIMGRS! LETS LOOK AT SUMPLN MORE by Ohio's Harry Me- Gregor, H. R. 5710 (identical with S. 2736), was passed. This pep* mits schools to acquire without cost any government-owned temporary war housing on their campuses. These structures, transferred from military installations, must be re moved by the end of this month if the current bill is not passed.