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MISS McELFRESH
WEDS SATURDAY
Marriage vows were exchanged
by Miss Barbara McElfresh
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kyi
McElfresh, of Summerfield rout'
and Walter Giywalski, son
Mr. and Mrs. George Grywalgk
of Ava route, on Saturday, Feb
ruary 7.
Mayor Homer Johnson offi
ciated at the ceremony at 10:0*
a. m. in his office in Caldwell.
Miss McElfresh attended Sum
merfield high school. Mr. Gry
walski graduated from Sarahs
ville high school and served fou
years with the U. S. Navy.
Woman's Bible Class
Has Meeting At Church
The February Meeting of th
Woman's Bible Class of the Firs
'Methodist church was held las
Thursday evening nn the socie
room of the church.
The meeting opened with
group singing, with Mrs. J. E.
Smith at the piano. Twenty-five
members answered the roll call
by giving a Bible verse.
During the business session
the group voted to donate $5.00
to the March of Dimes. Mrs.
Carl Fink was appointed chair
man of the Sunshine Fund. A
letter was read from the official
board expressing appreciation
1'or the carpet the class bought
for the pastor's study, the green
room, and the choir room.
A bake sale was planned for
February 21.
Mrs. H. B. Young led the de
votional service on the theme:
"One Life To Live". An impres
sive memorial service for Mrs.
Minnie Dientsbach was given by
Mrs. Bertha Ullman with Mrs.
J. E. Smith at the piano.
Mrs. Ed Ball read "Our Mad
Moments" and Mrs. Minnie Hed
leston read "The Builders''. Mrs.
Bertha Ullman gave a humorous
version of "We The Women".
Refreshments were served by
the hostess committee, Mrs.
Edna Tarleton. Mrs. Pearl Mc
Kee, Mrs. Meribah Beaschler
and Mrs. Rosa Stallings.
DANCE
ROUND and SQUARE
American Legion Hall
Batesville, Ohio
SATURDAY, FFB. 14—8:00
Benefit of March of Dimes
Sponsored by
Legion and Auxiliary
Music by
Beaver Local Orchestra
Refreshments Door Prizes
Admission 50c
Ten Monti s Old
v i n i w u n u
Kathye Kay Kohut is the 10
months-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry P. Kohut. Jr., of near
Caldwell. Grandparents are
Arthur Crum of Berne and
Harry Kohut, Sr., of Belle Val
ley. Mrs. Bernice Crum, whose
sudden death occurred last week,
was the maternal grandmother.
Birthday Party Given
For Argyll Leasure, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Argyll Leas
ure entertained with a surprise
birthday party on Wednesday
evening, February 4 at their
home in Berne honoring the
11th birthday of their son, Argyll,
jr.
The evening was spent in con
tests and games. Refreshments
were served by the hostess. The
honored one received many nice
and useful gifts.
Present were Terry Mallett,
George Spenee, Nancy Morrison
Lloyd Mallett, Rita Gressel, Judy
Canter, Linda Archer, Stanley
McElfresh, Jim Larrick, Kenneth
Martin, Jane Canter, Richard
Sehell, Verna Martin, Richard
Clark. Bill Canter, Marvin Dim
merling, Dean Wells, Peggy
Spence, Donald Dimmerling,
.Junior Spence, Daryl Clark,
ivid Larrick Johnny Green,
Kaymond Smith, Mrs. Irene
M.illett, Mr. and Mrs. Myron
l! .nnahs and sons, Myron Dalo
and Gary Alan, Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Wharton and daughters,
Barbara Ann and Brenda Sue
and the honored guest.
Those sending gifts were
James Crum, Blanche Smith,
Kenneth Crum, Darrel Gant,
li"ger Crum, J. K. Larrick,
l-arry Crum. Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
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Hostesses At Party
For Sudy Richcreek
Miss Lynn Ditch and Miss
Dianna Gillespie were hostesses
at a party at the Ditch home
last Wednesday evening honor
ing Sudy Richcreek on her 14th
birthday anniversery.
Games and dancing were the
diversions of the evening. Deli
cious refreshments, featuring a
lovely birthday cake were
served by the hostesses.
Miss Richcreek received many
iovely gifts.
Guest list included Evelyn
Christopher, Joey Hill, Phil
Fleeman, Gary Davis, Kenn^
Bates, Robert Kidder, Sam Ditch
Ralph Brumbach, Jr., A1 Walton,
Sammy Bates, Fritz Watson,
Ray Watson, Joe Frederickson
Larry Estadt, Leonard Danford,
Marianne Richcreek, Marilyn
Pitts, Wilda Shamhart, Barbara
Sober, Lura Estadt, Barbara
King, Marilyn Schott Patsy
Hayes, Arlene Henderson, Julia
rEstadt,
Tom Ferguson and the
honored guest.
Linen Shower Given
For Dana Turpen
Mrs. William Faulkner en-,
tertained with a linen shower last
Thursday evening at her home on
North street, honoring her daugh
ter, Mrs. Jess Turpen (nee Dana
Faulkner), a November bride.
The occasion was also a fare
well gesture as Mrs. Turpen and
her husband, recently discharg
ed from the U. S. Army after
two years in the service, will
leave this week for Stephen
ville, Texas, where they will
manage an 800 acre ranch.
Movie pictures of the wedding
were shown to the guests. Con
tests and games were enjoyed in
charge of Mrs. Roger King and
refreshments were served.
Mrs. Turpen received a num
ber of lovely gifts from guests
present and from a number that
were not able to attend.
Regular Meeting Held
By VFW Auxiliary
The ladies auxiliary to VFW
Post No. 4721 met Monday even
ing in the hall on West street for
the February meeting.
Mrs. Eva Heppner, president,
presided and gave a report on the
midwinter conference held re
cently in Bellaire. A report on
the card party was given by the
chairman, Frances Taylor.
Delicious refreshments were
served to thirty members in the
social room at the close of the
meeting. Attractive decorations
carried out the valentine theme.
Hostesses were Mrs. Mildred
Hatcher, Mrs. Clyda Moscrip,
Mrs. Margaret Brienza, Mrs.
Ruth McDonald, Mrs. Audrey
Milligan, and Mrs. Greta Locke.
Election of officers will be held
it the next meeting.
Circle No. 1, WSCS,
Meets At Knox Home
Members of Circle No. 1, W.
S. S. of the First Methodist
church met at the home of Mrs.
•larrv Knox, North street, last
Thursday evening.
Mrs. Joe Parrish led the de
votional services and Mrs. Law
rence Nichols gave the study
oook chapter review entitled,
'African Heritage".
Mrs. James M. Johnson, chair
man, presided during the bus
iness session. It was voted byi
'he group to donate $10.00 to the
vlarch of Dimes campaign and
to give a gift to the MYF. Can
elled sales tax stamps werq
ounted.
The Circle will serve the
Farm Bureau dinner February
!0 and Mrs. Roy Smith was
lamed chairman of the commit
tee in charge.
Refreshments carrying out the
valentine motif were served dur
ng the social hour by the host
•sses, Mrs. Charles Remington,
Vlrs. Floyd Henderson, Mrs. H.1
0. Jordan and Mrs. Knox.
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Janet Cartell Observes
Birthday With Party
Miss Janet (.'anell celebrated
her 18th birthday Monday eve
ning of last week with a party
given by her mother Mrs. Vir
ginia Cartell at their home in
Ava.
Games was the diversion of
the evening hours with prizes
being won by Bonnie Bates, Judy
Bates, Norma Jean Lorey and
Mrs. James Rayner.
Refreshments were served to
the following guests: Patty Buck
ley, Barbara Buckley, Lydia Ann
McEIroy. Carol Rayner, Mary Lou
Rayner, Norma Jean Lorey, Bon
nie Bates, Judy Bates, Alice
Ginn, Mrs. James Rayner, Mrs.
Wilford Rayner and Darla Kay
Rayner.
Those sending gifts but were
unable to attend were Mrs. Neil
Danford, Miss Joan Perkins, Mr.
and Mrs. Andv Hornick, Lillian
Cartell, Mr. and Mrs. David Wag
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Wood,
Mr. and Mrs. Arlo McEIroy, Earl
Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Cartell.
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Lovable "Aunt Pete" Reaches "Ninety99
MRS. HENRIETTA MILLS
Mrs. Henrietta Mijls, widow of Ulysses Mills, and known to
her legion of friends as "Aunt Pete", reached her 90th birthday
anniversary, Tuesday, at her home on North street.
As a surprise feature to the honored guest, "open house" had
been planned Tuesday afternoon and evening and the lovable
grand old lady greeted many of
her friends and life time ac
quaintances.
New And Different Club
Meets At Foster Home
The New and Different Club of
the Forest Grove community met
at the home of Goldie Foster for
the January meeting with the
day being spent in quilting, bind
ing a quilt and embroidering
quilt blocks.
A potluck dinner was served
at noon.
The president, Francis Kuntz,
presided during the business
period.
The club prize was won by
Lura Ramage and Roberta Big
ley received the guest prize.
Those present were Frances
Kuntz, Lura Ramage, Mina For
aker, Ruth Walters, Geneva For
aker,Louise Walters, Mabel Wil
son, and Edna Foraker.
Guests were Etta Burrier, Rob
erta Bigley, Clarice Mendenhall,
Nadine Wiley and Etta Hooper.
The February meeting will be
held at the home of Edna For
aker. Each member is to bring
a valentine for their secret sister,
revealing her identity.
Despite her advanced years,
Mrs. Mills is very agile and in the
best of health, other than failing
eye sight.
She received many beautiful
gifts during the day, including
flowers, corsages and several
birthday cakes.
Tea was served by her cousins,
Mrs. Florence Mautz and Mrs.
Eldon (Rosie) Schafer of Mari
etta, in addition to several local
hostesses.
A daughter of Casper and Eva
Krause, pioneer settlers of Mari
etta, she was born Feb. 3,1863.
At a very early age, she moved
to Caldwell with her parents,
her father being a well known
stone mason. Mr. Krause did all
the masonry on the beautiful St.
Mary's Catholic church in Fulda
and Mrs. Mills said she still num
bers a great many in that com
munity as her "very dear
friends".
Mrs. Mills said she remember
ed when sh? first came to Cald
well that a big fence surrounded
the old courthouse with a gate
on each corner as an entrance to
the lawn.
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1905, and later married his bro
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August i937.
Mrs. Mills is the last, surviving
member of her family.
Mrs. Hannahs Entertains
Berne Homemakers Club
Members and guests of the
Homemakers Club of the Berne
community were entertained by
Mrs. Agatha Hannahs at her
home on Thursday of last week.
The day was spent .quilting on
two baby quilts. The club prizes
were won by Mrs. Roma Wharton
and Mrs. Ruby Leasure.
Members present were Mrs.
Belle Spence, Mrs. Ruby Leasure,
Mrs. Bernetta Sehell, Mrs. Ruth
Spenee and Mrs. Roma Wharton.
Guests were Mrs. Mae Hannahs
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Mrs. Frye Entertains
Town-Country Club
Mrs. George Frye entertained
the Town and Country Club at
her home on Fairground road
last Friday.
Sewing was the diversion of
the all-day meeting with the
hostess serving a delicious lunch.
Attending were Mrs. William
Rucker, Mrs. John Christopher,
Mrs. Glen lams, Mrs. Walter
Douglass and the hostess.
Enid Okey Hostess To
Circle No. 3, WSCS
Members of Circle No. 3. W. S.
C. S. of the First Methodist
church met last Tuesday even
ing at the home of Mrs. Mary
M. Okey, North street with Miss
Enid .Okey as hostess.
Mrs. Howard Young, vie'
president, presided in the absence
of the chairman, Mrs. Edna
Racey, who has been ill.
The meeting was opened with
recordings of sacred organ and
piano music by Les Barnett.
A recording of "The Lord's
Prayer was played during
the devotional period. Mrs. How
ard Young was in charge of the
devotionals and' used as he:
theme "Ambassadors of Christ
Blessed Are the Merciful". Slit
also gave the scripture reading
Mrs. Ivan Ziler reviewed the
study book chapter and gave an
article "Methodist Women and
Social Drinking". She also read
a poem written by Mrs. Minnie
Mackie Betts.
Miss Enid Okey gave an article
on "rules of college girls of 1837"
and poems were read by Mrs.
Mary M. Okey, Mrs. Young and
Mrs. Clifford Keyser.
Birthday Anniversaries
Observed With Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Muhl
bach, Main street, entertained
with a dinner in observance i"
the birthdays of their son and
daughter, which falls on Feb.8
The honored guests were Ken
neth Muhlbach and his sister,
Mrs. Clinton McEIroy.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Clinton McEIroy, of Lorain.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Muhlbach
and spn, Nelson, of Canton, and
the host and hostess.
Dorcas Sunday School
Class Is Entertained
The Dorcas CI
ilSS
Mrs. Gertrude "McMann lt
the devotionals and read the
scripture from Matthew. There
was group singing and prayer
by Mrs. Eileen Jeffers. Sixteen
members were present.
The class decided to sponsor
a penny supper in the church
basement on Monday evenir.^
February 23 beginning at 5:30.
The meeting closed with th"
usual benedieition after which
delicious refreshments were
served by the hostesses.
INJURED AT WORK""
Miss Estha Cline, 21, Caldwell,
received treatment for injury to
her left index finger at St. Fran
cis hospital, Cambridge, lat
Thursday evening. She was in
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Thursday, February 12, 1953
Crum Ridge Sewing
Circle Meets Thursday
The Crum Ridge Sewing Cir
cle met at the home of Mrs. Wal
ter Mallett on Thursday of last
week.
At noon a delicious dinner was
served. A beautifully decorated
cake was the centerpiece of the
table.
Contests were held with Mrs.
Virgil Kirk bride and Mrs. Law-*
rence Leasure winning prizes.
Mrs. Willard Mallett received
the door prize.
Piecing a quilt, embroidering
doilies and making tea aprons
were the projects of the day.
Mrs. Lawrence Leasure gave a
reading "The Man of Tomor
row" and Mrs. Oscar Wells read
"To A Butterfly".
Members present were Mrg»
Oscar Wells, Mrs. Clarence Mor£
rison, Mrs. Reed Thompson, Mrs.,
Lawrence Leasure, Mrs. Willart^.
Mallett, Mrs. Virgil Kirkbride
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Children present were Dar*
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Tommy Morrison, Shila Thomp-«
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