THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1950
Do you know the man
ager of your A&P store?
If not, we suggest you get
to know him. You’ll find him
friendly and helpful.
It is his job to see that your
A&P is adequately stocked
and staffed and that you are
entirely satisfied with the
food and sendee you get.
What suggestions have
you that will help your
A&P manager do a better
job that will make
your A&P a better place
to shop? Please write:
Customer Relations Department,
A&P Food Stores
420 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, N. Y.
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Mrs. W. E. Marshall and Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Begg were among
those who attended the eigth district
meeting O. E. S. and School of In
struction in Lima last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Riggenbach
and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Begg were
Sunday afternoon callers in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. David Core in West
Liberty. Mr. Core who has been ill
for several months is reported to be
in a serious condition at this time.
Mrs. Herbert Marshall was remov
ed to her home near Alger, Saturday
afternoon, from St. Rita’s hospital in
Lima where she was a surgical
patient for two weeks. Her condi
tion is reported satisfactory.
Mrs. William Cupp, Mrs. Walter
Cupp and her mother Mrs. William
Risser of Bluffton, attended a meet
ing of the Pastime Club in the home
of Mrs. Jay Hartman in Columbus
Grove last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Begg and
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Begg returned
home the first of last week from a
trip that took them to Texas and
Miss Eunice Trumbo, pastor of the
Congregational Church in Council
Odaho, is able to be at home, after
four week’s in the Council hospital
with pneumonia. -Her many friends
and relatives here wish her a speedy
Mrs. Minnie Basinger of near Co
lumbus Grove, Miss Lena Risser and
Mrs. Aaron Hilty of Pandora, Mrs.
William Risser of Bluffton and Mrs.
Irene Cupp were Thursday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Mar
Mrs. Edwin Cupp and daughter
Cynthia of Pandora and Mrs. Richard
Purdy of Spencerville were guests
when Mrs. J. O. Cupp entertained
members of the Profit and Pleasure
Club. “The old time and modern
Lumberjack” proved a most interest
ing and informative topic as present
ed by Mrs. John Burkholder and
Mrs. Glen Huber. A social hour and
refreshments followed the program.
The February meeting is in the home
of Mrs. Harold Vore.
Mrs. Irene Cupp accompanied Mr.
Ed Basinger and sisters Emma and
Clara of Columbus Grove on a trip
to near Warren where they were
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Roscoe Aiderman and attended the
Woods sale at the Aiderman farm.
Mr. and Mrs.Woods who have been
occupying the Aiderman farm plan
to move quite soon to the Basinger
farm near Columbus Grove. The
Aidermans plan to move on their
farm as soon as some remodeling is
Young People’s Day will be ob
served at the Presbyteriaq church
Sunday morning with several of the
young people co-operating with Rev.
McIntire in the church service at
Robert Marshall of Columbus was
1 a week end guest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. C. Marshall.
Mrs. Baker of Marion gave an
organ recital in the Presbyterian
church Sunday evening to demon
strate the Connsonette electric organ
that has been placed in the church
by a Marion firm. Following a half
hour program she very graciously
played request numbers of hymns
and sacred numbers asked for by the
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall and
son John and Miss Avis Hofferbert
of Lima were Saturday evening din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. (Charles
Lemley in Findlay.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fruchey, Mr.
and Mrs. Cloyce Kidd and Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Gratz were entertained at
six o’clock dinner in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Freet last Fri
day evening in honor of the birthday
anniversary of Mr. Freet.
Charles Lemley of Findlay and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall were
in Portland, Ind. Sunday, visiting
their mother, Mrs. Regina Lemley
and sister Mrs. Ray Shank.
A family dinner was held in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Kidd,
Sunday, honoring the birthday of
their daughter Mrs. Helen Mayberry.
Those present included: Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Kidd and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Kidd and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mayberry and
daughter Beverly and Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Freet. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Green of Lima were afternoon
If you are able and willing to
work and desire a profitable
business, see me about a Food
40 acres with modern home
and other good buildings. If
you want a nice country place,
see this one for $12,500.
140 acres, good soil, equipped
with big barn and modern home
of 7 rooms, in Allen county.
You can not beat this farm buy
at $150 per acre.
If you are interested in a
stock farm of 300 or 400 acres,
ask to be shown this one. It
has plenty of good land as well
221 West University Avenue
Phone Blue 319
The County Benefit Club met
Thursday evening in the home of
Mrs. Bernard Miller with 12 members
present and one guest, Mrs. Grace
Vorhis, of Lima. Devotions wore led
by the hostess, Alice Miller Roll
Call—My good deed for the day
Topic, “Do We Get The Most Out of
Life” Contest—Irene Boyd. The
next meeting will be with Mrs. Nora
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Snyder and
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Plate and
family were Sunday evening guests
of Mr. and
Mrs. Brice Hefner and Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Hefner and family spent
the week-end in Cincinnati, guests in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hefner
and daughter Kay.
The Couples Class of the Congrega
tional Christian dhurch met Wednes
day evening in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Miller.
The Lafayette Community Club
met Thursday afternoon in the home
of Mrs. Bessie Hefner with 12 mem
Shirley and Marilyn Eiche, of
Lima, are week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Williams.
Mrs. Joseph Bishop and family, of
Lima, were Saturday dinner guests of
Mrs. Stephen Carey and
Mrs. James Mikesell of
Sunday dinner guests df
the latter’s father, Mr.
The Cousins Club of the Ackerman
family was held Tuesday in the home
of Mrs. Robert Eaton in Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skinner have
moved into the office rooms recently
occupied by Dr. Williams.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clyde WTlliams.
Mrs. Lew Hullibarger, a surgical
patient in Memorial Hospital, is
Mrs. Hazel Eversole, of Bluffton,
called Wednesday afternoon on her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Carrie Lentz.
Mr, and Mrs. Byron Whetstone, of
Lima, were Thursday evening callers
of the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald and family,
of Lima, were Sunday evening callers
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dor
ance Thompson and family.
The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist
Church met Wednesday afternoon in
the home of Mrs. Del ma Watt. De
votions were led by Mrs. Mildred
Carey. Program by Mrs. Emma Belle
Sopher. Next meeting will be with
Rev. and Mrs. Ballinger.
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