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The Kings Daughters class of the
Congregational Christian church met
Wednesday afternoon in the home
of Mrs. Jesse Wollett with 15 mem­
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Aid society of the Zion Lutheran
church met all day Thursday with
Mrs. Fred Clum.
Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Hutchinson
and Mrs. Helen Hutchinson of Beav
erdam, Mr. and Mrs Dan Alspach
In Bluffton ... Armstrong and Son
and family of Bluffton, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Page and daughter of
Findlay, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Wingate were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Badertscher
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Binkley and
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hawk spent
Sunday with Gerald Holman and
sons in Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Williams and Mr and
Mrs Beit Bowyer and family were
entertained Sunday in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bishop in
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hawk, Jr.,
has moved into the property recently
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Hershel
Mrs. Bessie Hefner and her sis
ter Mrs. J. C. Skaggs have returned
from a week’s visit in Washington,
|D. C.
Mr. and Mrs Albert Klingler and
Mrs. Mabel Hawk called Sunday
afternoon on Mrs. John Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cumrine
were Sunday dinner guests of the
former’s mother Mrs. Emma Cum
rine in Lima.
Mrs. Adah Hall has returned from
I Delaware where she spent two weeks
with her sister Mrs. Nellie Osborne.
The Aid society of the County
Line church met all day Thursday
with Mrs. Lee Rails. 24 members
were present. The day wes spent in
relief sewing and also sewing for
the Zimmerman family.
Mrs. Oscar May was a substitute
teacher the past week for Miss
Georgia Fackler who is ill.
Mr. and Mrs Oren Shaw were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Hedges. Mrs. Hedges was re
moved Sunday evening to Memorial
hospital as a medical patient.
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Roberts called
Sunday afternoon on Jacob Fetter
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Augsburger
and family of Franklin, Mr. and
Mrs. Dale Owens and family, Mrs.
Tullis, Charles Tullis were Sunday
afternoon callers at the Owens home.
Mr. and Mrs Wm. J. McCafferty,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Friedly, Miss
Naomi West, Mrs. Ruth Moyer were
Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl McCafferty and family.
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At Ebenezer Church
Dr. Paul R. Bauman. Winona
Lake, Ind., who will speak at the
Bible and Youth conference at
Ebenezer Mennonhe church
March 13 to 20. Services for
the week’s series of meetings
wilt begin Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Hilty, Mr.
and Mrs. Owen Spencer, and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Ewing were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. Plate of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Motter and
son Tim of Lima, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Klingler and so.i Keith called
at the C. E. Klingler home Thurs
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Montgom
ery and daughter Sue called on
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hilty, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty,
Miss Margaret Guider attended the
funeral of Mrs. Frank Spencer at
Holden, Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moser called
on Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Hilty Mon
day evening.
Ben Dally called at the Owens
home Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strahm of
Lima called on Mr. and Mrs. H. O. i
Hilty Thursday evening. 1
The L. A. S. and W. S W. S. of
the Liberty Chapel church meets this
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. E.
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$1.00 per Yard
In Memoriam
In loving memory of our dear son
S. Sgt. Gerald R. Caris, who was
killed five years ago over Germany,
March 8, 1944.
They say time heals all sorrow
And helps you to forget
But time so far has only proved
How very much we miss you yet.
Sadly missed by his Parents
Farm Bureau Council No. 12 will
meet in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Cook Thursday evening of
this week.
Mr. Robert Barnett of Wooster
spent the week end in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marshall. His
wife and two children who spent the
week in the Marshall home, returned
home with him.
Mrs. Thomas Foulkes spent several
days last week in Memorial Hospital
in Lima for observation. She has
been bedfast with a heart ailment
for several weeks.
Mrs. Luella Van Atta will be
hostess Thursday afternoon of next
week to the W. S. C. S. of the Meth
odist church for the March program
which follows^ Worship service, Mrs.
Clarence Downing Program leader,
Mrs. Ed Dunlap Special feature,
Mi's. Howard Beery.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook of Beaver
dam are spending a ten day vacation
with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Meter
of Chardon and Mr. Homer Cook of
East Orwell.
An all day meeting with covered
dish dinner at the noon hour, was
held in the home of Mrs. Lewis Van
Meter last Wednesday with Miss
Edna Ramseyer, home furnishings
director at Ohio State University
demonstrating the use of “Colors in
the Home” for Allen County Home
Demonstration council members.
Later the council members will give
demonstrations in their home town
Funeral services for Miss Auta
Keller who was found dead in her
Lima home last Monday following a
paralytic stroke, were held in the
Hartman Sons funeral home in Col.
Grove last Wednesday afternoon
with interment in Rockport cemetery.
Miss Keller came to this community
with her parents, from Virginia, in
her early womanhood and resided'
here for many years before going to
Lima to live. Besides her sister
Emma of Route 2, Lima, she leaves
a brother John and a sister Mrs.
Luella Van Atta of this community.
Mrs. Herbert Marshall will open
her home to members of the Profit
and Pleasure Club for the March
meeting which will be held Wednes
day afternoon of next week. Mrs.
Francis Marshall will review “Dis
covery” by V. Chase and Mi's. Byron
McDowell will give “Over the Garden
Fence” by Reis. The assigned topics
will be given for roll call.
The Cook sisters and their hus
bands which includes: Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Freet, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce
Kidd, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fruchey
and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gratz cele
brated their wedding anniversaries
with a dinner at a Columbus Grove
restaurant Monday evening. It was
also the birthday anniversary’ of Mrs.
Gratz. Although the sisters all chose
March 7 as their wedding date and
all were married by the same min-|
ister Rev. J. F. Snodgrass of the
Methodist church all were married
in different years.
Cards have been received announc
ing the annual meeting of the
Putnam County Livestock Coopera
tive Association which will be held
at the Columbus Grove School Audi
torium Wednesday evening March 9.
There will be a speaker, entertain
ment and refreshments. A number
of interested persons from this com
munity will attend.
The annual meeting of the Midwest
Electric Inc. was held in Memorial
High school in St. Marys, Tuesday
afternoon of last week. Urban Raun
is the president and J. 0. Cupp, a
local man, is Vice president. Election
of trustees was a highlight of the
meeting. Three were elected which
included: J. L. Reidenbach, Dist. 3
William.. Althaus, Dist. 2 and Urban
Rauh, Dist. 4. Thomas P. Meehan,
manager of the cooperative, reported
that Midwest has 1,100 miles of
electric lines in this 31*63. They ex
tend 48 miles north and south and
46 miles east and west. 98 percent
of Ohio’s rura 1 homes now get
electric power. 3600 consumers are
served by Midwest. Service has been
greatly improved the past year and
outages were few during the winter.
Many people in this area will be
more interested in the “Lady Lucky”
a B-50, and her flight around the
world, when they learn that the blue
prints were drawn in the office of
Delmer Reagan, chief engineer for
the B-50 at Wright Field in Dayton.
He made several trips to the Boeing
Aircraft Co. in Seattle, Wash., while
it was under construction. Reagan
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. “Billy”
Reagan of near Beaverdam and son
in-law of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Camp
The Rev. H. Klahr, Exec. Secretary
of the Synod of Ohio, of Columbus
will be guest minister at the Presby
terian church Sunday morning. A
good attendance is desired.
Two Ohio women will demonstrate
spinning and weaving at Farm and
Home Week, March 22-25, on the
Ohio State University campus.
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