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THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1941
Pvt. Robert Kohli of Camp Grant,
Ill.,-and Elbert Kohli of Peoria, Ill.,
spent Labor day at the home here.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Brinkman and
daughters of Pontiac, Mich., were
week end guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Augsburger and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bowersox
of St. Johns were guests at dinner
last Thursday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conaway and fam
ily.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaller and
Mr. and Mrs. Donivan Stratton of
Columbus Grove spent the week end
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Ream at Gary, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Locher and
family visited relatives here the first
of the week. The Locher family
came to this country a month ago
from Maracaibo, Venezuela, where
he was in the employ of the Stand
ard Oil company. They are now lo
cated at Atlanta, Ga., where Mr.
Locher is employed as an electrical
engineer by the Plantation Pipeuine
company.
Miss Annabel Weed of North Jack
son street returned, home Saturday
night after spending a week in Chi
cago. She was accompanied by her
brother and wife, Mr. & Mrs. Dwight
Weed, who spent the week end with
Mr. Weed’s parents, Rev. and Mrs. J.
A. Weed. Mr. and Mrs. Weed return
ed to Chicago, Monday night. Miss
Weed left Monday for Elmore to re
sume her work for another year as in
structor in home economics and
French in Elmore high school.
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FOR YOUR EVERY MOOD!
William Snyder of Altoona, Pa.,
visited friends in town over the
week end.
Miss Anna Ludwig and E. C.
Steiner of Lima attended the funeral
of Ellen Ludwig Tuesday.
Miss June Gorham of Columbus
spent the week end at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Gorham
of Thurman street.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lugibill will
move soon from the Rosa Welty
property north of town to one of
the Homer Green farms.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hamilton of
Kansas City, Kans., who were visit
ing his mother Mrs. J. J-. Hamilton
of Poplar street left for his home
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Markham of
Pontiac, Mich and Mr. and Mrs. Verne
Brown of Saginaw, Mich., were Sun
day night guests a1} the home of Mrs.
John Fett.
Miss Donna Lou Stratton of Col
umbus Grove spent several days last
week at the home of her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augsburg
er and family.
Mrs. Noah Augsburger, Mrs. H. E.
Augsburger and sons Dick and Don,
Tommie Conaway and Mrs. Joe
Crouse of Ada spent last Thursday at
the State fair in Columbus.
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Neuensch
wander and family of Quakertown,
Pa., visited relatives and friends
here over the week end. Their two
children Ruth and Robert will re
turn here next week to resume their
studies in Bluffton college.
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by the Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: $2.00 per year
in U. S. payable in advance.
Entered aa second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Eastern Star lodge Friday night at
8 o’clock. Thressa Slusser, W. M.
Wm. Snyder of Altoona, Pa., form
er Bluffton college student, visited
here over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Johnson and dau
ghter of Canton visited Sunday with
Eli Amstutz and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Oberlt and dau
ghter of Jenera visited Sunday at the
some of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Oberly.
Andrew Stauffer, instructor in a
Chicago high school, formerly of this
place, visited here over the week end.
Miss Roberta Biery has for her
week end guest her college roomate,
Miss Henrietta Cook of Cuyhoga
Falls.
Miss Ruth Steiner, left for New
Washington, on Wednesday to begin
her teaching in public schools at
that place.
Miss Vera Reichenbach of Cleve
land spent the week end here with her
parents, Postmaster and Mrs. Ed R.
Reichenbach.
Elbert Kibele of Detroit visited
over the week end at the home of his
brother, Kermit Kibele and family,
north on the Dixie highway.
Fountain pens for school at Sid
ney’s Drug shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chidwester
entertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
John Chidester, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Leiber and Miss Sarah Amstutz.
Mrs. Louise Yoder of Cincinati is
spending the week visiting here. Mrs.
Yoder was formerly matron of Ropp
hall, Bluffton college girls dormitory.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Beard of Mans
field and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Basinger
of Columbus Grove called at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lora of South
Main street, Monday.
Mrs. Kent Welty and infant dau
ghter were removed from the Bluff
ton hospital to the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watkins
of Spring street in the Stanley Ba
singer ambulance, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nonnamaker and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chidester
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Eikenber
ry of Ada and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eik
enberry enjoyed a picnic dinner with
relatives at Grand Rapids, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Morgan have
left for Sylvania where he is music
instructor in the schools for the
coming year. They spent the past
week with her parents Dr. and Mrs.
W. M. Niswander of South Jackson
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stettler, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Wiebe and daughter
of Willard visited over the Labor day
week end at the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Cox and daughter in Ashta
bula and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Stettler and family of Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Agin of North
Mound street are at the Lyle Rest
home in Dunkirk for an indefinite
time. Mr. Agin, who has been ser
iously ill is much improved and ob
served his eighty-first birthday anni
versary, Monday. The couple will be
pleased to have their friends call.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Smucker of
Chicago visited at the home of his
mother, Mrs. B. D. Smucker of
South Lawn avenue over the week
end. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smucker of
Wadsworth, who had visited at the
home of his mother for two weeks,
returned to Wadsworth Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Green of Ham
ilton, Ontario and Sherman Ewing of
Lima visited here Thursday. Mr.
Green, formerly of this place, who
was for many years employed by the
Imperial Oil company of Canada, re
cently retired and expects to make
his future home in the United States.
Among those from out of town who
attended burial services held at Maple
Grove cemetery, Thursday afternoon
for Samuel D. Romey of Los Angeles
were: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Romey
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Romey and
daughter of Richmond, Ind., and Mrs.
Dennis Zimmerman and children of
Antwerp.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Newland and
two daughters left for their home in
Columbia. Mo., after visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
R. Trippiehorn of South Main street,
the past week. Mr. Newland who is
an instructor in the conservatory of
music at Stephena college at Colum
bia., taught the past summer at Los
Vegas, New Mexico in the state uni
versity.
Fountain pens for school at Sid
ney’s DYug shop.
Mrs. DeLos Kervin and little son,
formerly of Port Huron, Mich., who
have been visiting here for the past
month at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Triplett of South
Main street, left Wednesday for their
new home in San Diego, Calif. They
were accompanied by Mrs. Kervin’s
mother who will spend two months
in California. Mrs. Kervin will be re­
membered here as the former Miss
Dorothy Rae Triplett. Her husband.
Dr. Kervin, recently disposed of his
dental practise in Port Huron and en
listed as a dentist in the navy medi
cal corp with the rank of lieutenant.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Mr. Andrew Stauffer of Chicago
visited relatives and friends over
the week end.
Carl Trippiehorn who is in mili
tary training at Camp Knox, Ky.,
spent the week end at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steiner and son
Billy of Toledo spent Wednesday with
Mrs. S. W. Steiner and Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Augsburger.
Robert and Ann Dukes spent the
week end with their brother, Lewis
Dukes who is in army training at
Ft. Benning, Georgia.
Fountain pens for school at Sid
ney’s Drug shop.
Mrs. Eva Kohli and family visited
Sunday at Oak Harbor with Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Gulan and daughter and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kohli.
Miss Marceille Steiner of Poplar
street enjoyed a week end motor trip
to scenic points in Logan county and
other places in southern Ohio.
Wade Mumma and Ed Schultz re
turned Tuesday night from a two
weeks’ motor trip to Yellowstone
park and other points thru the west.
Stated communication, Bluffton Ma
sonic lodge Monday night. Special
program. All members urged to at
tend. C. E. Aukerman, W. M. Ralph
Stearns, Sec.
Fulwood Murray and daughter
Miss Kathleen Murray of Hastings,
Mich., spent the week end here visit
ing at the Lloyd Murray home on
South Main street.
Mrs. L. E. Sumney of Ft. Wayne,
formerly of this place, left the first
of the week for North Hollywood,
Calif., where she will visit at the
home of her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Getties were in
Mt. Gilead, Wednesday afternoon at
tending the funeral of a close friend,
Wm. G. McClain, who died suddenly
in that city on Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schmerl and
Robert Watkins, Jr., of Chicago
spent the first of the week visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Watkins and family of Spring street.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Getties and
daughter Zitella, spent the week end
at Wellston, visiting the former’s
father, Henry Gttles and attended the
Gettles-Johnson reunion on Sunday.
Miss Amelia Basinger who spent a
month’s vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Basinger returned
Sunday evening to Glen Cove, Long
Island, where she is employed as a
registered nurse.
Glen Slusser who received his Mas
ter’s degree this summer at Duke un
iversity visited at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Slusser
over the holiday week end. He is
teaching at South Amherst high
school.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hixon of
Hillsboro spent the week end with
his mother, Mrs. Zella Hixon.
Raymond, who received his master
of arts degree from Ohio State
university last week is an instructor
in Hillsboro high school.
Miss Sylvia Thutt who attended
summer school at Kent State college
spent several days vacation the past
week at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Amos Thutt of South Main
street. She left Monday for Tiffin
where she will teach the coming year.
Homemade ice cream with cake and
chicken sandwiches will be served at a
social this Wednesday evening at St.
John’s Reformed church lawn begin
ning at 7 p. m. In case of rain social
will be held in church basement.
Entrance at rear door on College Ave.
Removals by Diller ambulance: Mrs.
Sidney Herr and infant daughter
from Bluffton hospital to the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Buch
er near Columbus Grove Nelson Ba
singer from his home to Bluffton hos
pital Mrs. C. K. Shulaw and infant
son from north of Lafayette to the
home of Wm. Nusbaum east of Col
umbus Grove.
Fountain pens for school at Sid
ney’s Drug shop.
Mrs. Lloyd Pannabecker and child­
ren of Gibson City, Ill., visited over
the week end at the home of Mrs.
Floyd Pannabecker and family of
South Lawn avenue. Both women
and their children returned early this
summer from China where they were
engaged in mission work. Their hus
bands who remained in China at that
time are now also enroute home.
Sam Luginbuhl and Miss Alice
Balmer had for their week end guest
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Luginbuhl of
Cleveland, Miss Kathryn Luginbuhl
of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Cora
Luginbuhl of Lima Miss Luginbuhl
is employed in the leronautics bureau
at Washington ant1 as her vacation
period is limited s made the trip
from Washington
plane.
Cleveland by air-
Mr. and Mrs. 'has. Lauby and
family' who have Deen visiting rel
atives and friends in Bluffton and
vicinity will leave Friday for their
home in Van Nuys, Calif., making
the trip by auto. Mr. Lauby, who
learned the printing trade at the
Bluffton News office is superintend
ent of the printing department of
McKinley Home for Boys at Van
Nuys.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Schnegg, for
mer Bluffton residents, who have
heen visiting in Bluffton and Beav
erdam for the past month left Mon
day returning to their home in
Alhambra. Calif. They are making
the trip by auto. Mr. Schnegg was
a former Bluffton auto salesman and
garage proprietor. He and his wife
moved to California twelve years
ago where they have since resided.
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SOCIETIES
and CLUBS
Amico Club
The Amico club will open its fall
meetings with a hamburger fry at
the roadside park near Findlay Fri
day night. The second meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs. Bess
Goodman of North Main street Sept.
17.
Christian Service Society
The Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the Methodist church will
hold its September meeting in the
church basement Thursday night at
8:00 o’clock. Hostesses are Mes
dames Forrest Steinman, Nelson
Steiner, Alva Scoles, B. R. Shafer.
Mrs. D. R. Trippiehorn will lead the
devotions and Mrs. F. J. Harmon
will be in charge of the program.
Miscellaneous Shower
A miscellaneous shower and pot
luck supper for Mrs. Foster Griffith,
the former Miss Billie Bechtel, was
held at the home of Miss Harriet
Biome of North Main street Tuesday
night. Miss Charlotte Santschi was
assistant hostess. Attending were
her former classmates of Bluffton
High schoo as follows: The Misses
Caro vn S onehill, Marilyn Hofer,
Helen Soldner, Betty Bracy, Bette
Murray, W nifred Fett, Lois Schae
ublin, Doro thy Greding, Betty Stein
man, Marjcrie Buckland.
Geneva Hankish, Wanda Diller,
Grace Miller, Doris Garmotter, Flor
ence Ann Biome, the hostesses,
Charlotte Santschi and Harriet
Biome and
Griffith.
the honored guest Mrs.
A bridal shower was held in honor
of Miss Marcella Niswander, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carey Niswand
er and bride-elect of Racine Warren,
at the home of Mrs. Robert Ewing
of Grove street Friday night.
Miss Niswander was informed of
the whereabouts of her gifts by
means of a descending blimp named
the honeymoon clipper. A treasure
hunt and games were then enjoyed
by the group. Attending were the
following: Misses Della Krehbiel,
Rachel Criblez, Theda Hankish,
Letha Niswander, Laura Hiestand,
Mary Jane Klay, Lois Basinger,
Magdalene Geiger the Mesdames
Robert Deerhake, Charles Patterson,
Charles Bartholomew, Charles Em
mans, Don Cuppies, Byron Ander
son, Harold Young, Lloyd Van
Meter, Carey Niswander, Mrs. Henry
Hilty and Mrs. John Warren and the
hostesses Miss Ruth Steiner and
Mrs. Robert Ewing.
Unable to be present, gifts were
received from Mrs. James Basinger,
the Misses Betty Amstutz, Evelyn
Oyer, Elvira Niswander.
Wedding Sunday
Wedding of Miss Marcella Nis
wander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Carey Niswander, and Arthur Ra
cine Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Warren of Orange township,
will take place Sunday afternoon at
4 o’clock at the First Mennonite
church.
Farm Woman’s Club
The Farm Woman’s club of
Orange township will meet at the
home of Mrs. Pearl Anderson
Thursday afternoon, September 4.
The following program has heen
arranged: Devotionals, Eulalia War
ren The Books Your Children Read,
Pearl Anderson “Have Faith In
Youth,” Edith Powell “Can Your
Child Breathe Right?”, Mary Triple
horn Baby's Prayers, Bertha Wil
liamson “This Year Is Yours”,
Maude Fisher Our Most Important
Years, Myrle Warren Your Child
ren’s Future, Iona Marshall.
Family Gathering
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Thompson en
tertained at their home in Orange
township, Sunday all the relatives and
friends numbering 70 or more who
came to attend the George reunion
held on Saturday.
Dinner was served cafeteria style
and the afternoon was spent in visit
ing. Honor guest for the occasion
was Mrs. Selma Overocker of Hunt
ington Park, Calif., a sister of Mrs.
Thompson.
Afternoon callers were: Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Thompson, Mt. Cory Mrs.
Bertha Weaver and son Harry of
Knox, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Thompson and daughter of Wooster
Ross Thompson, Mrs. Mozell Thomp
son and children of Ada Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Close, Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Bell
of Lafayette Rev. and Mrs. Remaley,
Mr. and Mrs. Daft and Mrs. Morrison.
Mrs. John Dodge of Detroit and
daughter Miss Nettie Dodge of near
Bluffton were Labor day guests of
Jacob Nusbaum and family. Even
ing callers were Mr. and Mrs. Brice
Watkins and family.
Mrs. Samuel Bixel, who recently
underwent a major operation at the
Bluffton hospital is convalescing at
her home.
Miss Ruth Locher, formerly of
Bluffton, now residing in Cleveland,
stopped in Baltimore, recently while
on a trip through the east and vis
ited Miss Doris Diller, nurse at
Johns Hopkins hospital.
George Reunion
There was an attendance of 70 at
the twenty-first reunion of the George
family held at Orange township com
munity house, Saturday. The oldest
member of the reunion living is Mar
tin George, 87, of Davidson, Mich.
Those coming from the greatest
distance to attend the reunion were
Mrs. Selma Overocker, Mrs. Chas.
George and children James and Ger
aldine from Huntington Park, Calif.
Others present were: 19 from
Flint, Iona, Davidson and Langsburg,
Mich. 5 from Alliance 4 from Cleve
land 4 from Middletown 5 from To
ledo and others from Bucyrus, Ada,
Findlay, Bluffton and Lafayette.
Fred George of Iona ,Mich., was
elected president for the coming year
and his wife was chosen secretary.
Mrs. O. D. Brehman left Wednes
day morning, returning to her home
in Glendora, Calif., after spending
the past two months here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Agin.
Mr. and Mrs. Agin who were both
ill are now much improved and lo
cated at Lyle Rest home in Dunkirk.
Miss Adelaide McGinnis, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McGinnis of
Garau street returned Sunday from
a week’s stay at Chicago. With
Miss Thelma Schultz of Fostoria,
she represented St. Vincent’s School
of Nursing at the Summer School
of Catl
Jesuit i
Morrisor
Ginnis, a junior at St. V
Burned her studies at
week
cted
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Miss Mt
WANT-ADS
Wanted—Thresed alfalfa chaff. For
prices call the Meyer Milling Co.,
Deshler, O., Phone 255-R. 19
Wanted—To buy good used kitchen
cabinet. Call Bluffton phone 383-W.
Wanted—Experienced girl or mid
dle aged woman for housework and
care of child. Inquire News office.
Wanted—Girl attending Mt. Cory'
school for general housework part
time and care of child. Mrs. Ruby
Diefendeifer on Allen-Hancock county
line second house toward Bluffton
from Dixie highway intersection.
Now is the time to get your
pullets
in the laying house and feed Master
Laying Masii. Master Fees1 Mill,
phone 317-W.
For rent—-Furnished rooni. In
quire 114 E. Elm St.
For rent— Rooms for light bouse
keeping, or sleeping rocms. 1 liqtlilV
News office.
For rent—Modern property at South
Main and Kibler streets. Fred C.
Badertscher, Bluffton phone.
For rent—3 unfurnished rooms. In
quire ,328 Cherry St.
For sale—Electric range, good con
dition may be seen in operation.
Priced right for cash. Inquire News
office. 19
For sale—500 used WPA wheel
barrows, $2.50. Bring in rags, bund
led papers and iron and trade for one.
No telephone calls. Bloom’s Junk
yard, Kibby and Central, Lima. 20
For sale—Pure apple cider vinegar
age and test guaranteed. Morning
Star Press. 20
For sale—Goodcooking apples. W.
G. Carr, 3’i miles north of town. 20
For sale—Business block on S.
Main St. also lot on Spring St. Edith
L. Mann, phone 197-W. tf
license available. Owner ill. Greer
Candle Cafe, R. R. 5, Upper Sandus
ky, Ohio. 2
For sale—Peaches of good quality.
Melvin Dudgeon, 4 miles northwest of
Bluffton. 19
For sale Thorne seed wheat.
Menno Schumacher, 3 miles nothwest
of town. Bluffton phone 550-T. 20
For sale—Hand cider press in good
condition also good potatoes. J. C.
Doppler, Bentley road. 20
For sale—Our new crop of honey.
Quart 30c 5 lb. pail 50c 101b. pail
$1 60 lb. can $4. All orders will re
ceive prompt attention. Buy honey,
nature’s own sweet, direct from the
hive to you. Howard H. Rickly,
“Keeper of the Bees,” 3 miles south of
Bluffton on Bentley road.
For sale—McCormick-Deering corn
binder in good condition. Elam
Welty, 2U2 iniles north of town.
For sale—-Thorne seed wheat, po
tatoes, apphss and vinegar. Stanley
Bixel, 2’2 miles north on College
Rd.
For sale—New 16 ft. ladder.
Aaron Geig M'lin
For sale­ -l caches also old ai
butter. John
co 1 ci—
1 01
Bixler, Bluffton phone.
i a I i a i 't p.i i. cor,
D. G. Neiswander farm,
good as new
2’2 miles northwest of town.
For sale--Fine ripe tomatoes. J.
M. Bowers,
Phone 336.
1 mile east of Beaverdam.
For sale—-Grapes and pickles. Sam
Augsburger
dam.
1 mile east of Beaver-
For Sale­ -Dutches pears and Con
cord grapes Place orders now. B.
J. Boutwell
Center.
3 miles east of Orange
For sale—Dutchess pears, good
cooking apples, sugar pears, crab ap
pies for pickling or canning and green
gage plums Steiner Fruit farm.
Lost—La.lies pocketbook contain
gold watch and chain, also pictues,
about three weeks ago. Finder pleas
return to News office. Reward.
PAGE FIVE
Rev. and Mrs. Chas. Armentrout
and little daughter have returned
from a two weeks’ vacation in Mich
igan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bushong of
Columbus Grove visited at the home
of Mr. apd Mrs. Paul Clark of Grove
street Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Shook of De
troit, Mich., visited with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark of Grove
street over the week end.
Miss Judith Lehman of Chicago
visited the first of the week at the
home of her niece, Mrs. D. C. Bixel
and family of North Lawn avenue.
James Basinger, of East St. Louis,
Mo., visited at the home of his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Noah Basinger of
South Lawn avenue over the week
end.
Mayor’s Notice
Persons dumping garbage along
rural highways near Bluffton are
hereby warned that such practise is
a violation of law for which severe
penalties are provided. Unless this
is stopped at once, violators will be
liable to prosecution to the full ex
tent of the law.
W. A. Howe, Mayor
ELMA SCHIFFERLY
Teacher of Pianoforte.
Harmony and Organ
Graduate of the Cincinnati
Conservatory of Music under
Theodore Bohlman. eminent
German Pianist and Pedagogue.
Two years of study in Chicago.
Pupil of Moissaye Bogaslawski,
noted American Pianist and
Lee Pattison, famous Duo
Artist.
Organ: Pupil of K. O. Staps,
Cincinnati Conservatory of
Music, Pupil of Charles De
morest, Chicago Musical Col
lege.
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Time Out For Rhythm
MON.—TUES.
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HERBERT MARCHALL
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