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. / . .D, 'lam,'l,
We'v,e never owned a dog, IJ
'G' . l\ Z E T T' E
grow up 0 be do,g-srin common
, ,acceptance of the word. , " ,
La-sf week, Skipper died, " ,
In . th,e l1ard. cold , "
of the city or' state de, N '
would be called an "ohit" _________ 0, .... S 1.50 I er Year
O. K. ea)1 it that. Here, in i'ts WAYNESVILLE, I 0 HI 0, Thursday, July
comP.1etenes, is the ohitual'\', "
S.klpper, ag-e ' seven month\ B d" B ' Cl b
away last week in a ret an ooslers u
hospItal near Davtnn. Mother: ' '
yes. Father: cerfainly. And as I' nd I' '
half .. brother, Brownie, who oCla a " t,oncerl
preQeceased him by one year
and three days. The lee Cream Social arid
TRUMAN WARDLOW
,HAS HEART ArrACK
"Mr, Truman \Vardlow of
r..i I til stred suffered a heart
attack on last ,Thursda v after ..
and been confined to
hIS home s1I1ce that time. His
Softball-Doubles
The first nnual ' \Varren Up ,O,n Schedule
unty Farma s' Picnic will be
eld at the Lebanon Fair.. .
u!1ds on S urclay, t::r Softball activities zot under
artm.e: at 1.0: a.m. ' way again this pa, t week with
the activities of all. bein.e: play-
,are con of live stock ed, begmnm.e: ' wlth, the July 16
mg, softb 11 .e: ame, Ladies' game between Restau-
sack d s making ',md rant and Roxanna re ulting in
ower arran t. a 6 to 9 score, Fer.e;uson System
Pony riqes will be held for played on
e children, basket dilHler i ' J hUlsda.v July ' 17 wifh
e feature the noon hour M to 6 re pectively.
Another h tight of the da,; Ie Rnlght, July 21 Fair_
the Cinci i Gas and EI;c' ys an held the dia-
ic Co 45-p Bandt that ' 'II w
ond
and Falrle. 's t00k () 'while
urnish' the In c. t WI oxanna 11,
AUStars Win
No funeral services. Band Concert sponsored by the
Shortly after last Christma Band Boosters Club will
we picked up the little fellow hc}d at the curner of Main and
that later' was duhhed "Skip- . streets on Saturday
c<?nditi0t:t is reported to be
sll,ghtIY ' lmproved as of yester . ... ,.,., .......
day afternoon, however he still
remains in a weakened con-
The Priday night All Star
,g-ame wa cancelled hut they
pl.ayed Sunday against
Blllks Auto Sales and won with
a 7 to 4 score:
per." a PUPPy, nothing evenmg, JUly 26.
dition.
u!1usual for one side of Tickets for occasion
hIS. head whIch ,was have. been sold but it is nM
the re?t of hIm rcmamed 'necessary to ,have a ticket to Va"alleon S"hool
H
< I j' , ' attend, A PhJlco radio-phono.." "
I::> ears l,n t, SLllld ur, combination has been
hiS cropped tall mSlskd upon named as a prize for the e e Sla,rts Monday
and he demanded ing v n
complete freedom in the '"., ,
house-which he r('cdved 1 hiS IS the first commul1lty B"
That's the story The 'rest band concert to he ,given by the next Monday,
ahout how he s'\VaJIowed a band formed under the Kuid- August 28 and continuinK
rubber ball on the Fourth of ance of the Band Boosters through Saturday, 2,
July and later underwent a ,and under the musical the yearly Friends' Vacation
major operation , to ,get the dIrectIon of Mr. Don Gahris.
out of h!s intestines. The . Boosters have from 8 :30 to t,; l Y
would sound sentimental And worked dllt,gently ,to procure . 11 :30 a. m.
I'm sure yOU wouldn't he in- the necessary funds for the, AlJ children the aKes. at
terested in 'how he looked at us purchase of new uniforms for 3, to 16 years mcluslve are
from that hrown and white face ' the Band. Thev expect to ap .. Vlted to attend. The school
as the vet him away be. a,t the Warren County be conduct,ed by Mr:.
fore the operatIOn. . Fair thiS year. ' Eastmat:t, FIeld Supervisor fOI
. *** . the Fnends Church and his
, A letter arrived from Homer wife, Billie Eastman; Nancy
Rdmhv in Lantana ' Florida C . I SI d A Bopple; Myrtle Jone' Ruth
razzin'K me ahout mv . oon y 0 enls I of .Sever,al
on saucers. . He said persons WIll. as ' Ist
s0methin,g ahout a 'colored l,o\, Wlelmlenglon \\,Ith the school actIVities,
who came in the shop and ,A charge of five cents a da
aid he'd seen a whole set of WIll 11e made tn cover the co
plates, howl, Twentv-two Warren Coun. of refreshments,
when he was tian' ar'e among the .:!83 Transportation wil
late 111 home the other tudents enrolled at Wilming- be handled hy Elizaheth Furna
ni,ght. ton CoIl eKe for Sum lil e r at telephone JR74.
Homer also a ked that thi::: School. college officials an-
pap'er print more about hase- today. Two hundred
hall. and we're in attendance
Homer Ramhv should g:et :l there the same term
lion's share of the credit for la't summer.
Hospitalization Plan
Drive Nexl Week
independent sports a.. The second summer se -si nn
live in this community when 1'C' ,e:an Monday, July 14, and
the\' appeared on the way out. will e'nd Friday, Augu t 15,
He had the first Qrganized team When he announced these A driv will stag'ed
in the community, That was registration statistic, Dean Wavne ' ville 1'( 11' the w'cek
hack in the outscn"m days, George B. Redfern alsn Julv 18 tll Augu"t I inclu iv
. He manag-ed basehall when closed that admissions fnr the for the Mutual 13endit Heal
It was hard to get nine pta vcr fall semester wiII prnhabl v 11e &, Acsidcnt Hasp
on the field. It \vas hard, cIa ed within the next week. taltzabon plan Whl Ch incluct
I know, He eve1l:.had me plav- This is the earlie t date in the medical and , ur,e.ical ' fee ' ,
, inK on his team. - 'histol'Y of the college that ad- This i11an j for th
I rememher how, after a missions have t,een 'closed, individual or famil\' and diffe
game which we mana!!:ed to Students from thi ' cnl11ll1Ull - from many such plans a i
win at Kill K:uc par'k near. itv now attending Wilmin,!.!ton include a total cov9rtlg-e for al
Xenia, Homer at down bv the Conege are: Heleh Lamb, and fees such as hospital nu
backstop, took off' hi straw Nelson Wadsworth, hoth of medical ana surgeon, 'Anothe
hat to mop the sweat from tIle Ray Klontz, F:1l1L feature is' the allowance
hald part of his head, and Paille, Clar]ence J. Davi , Paul patient to secure the 'service - 0
someone dropped a quarter in Githens, T b 0 m a -5 H a r din, any or surgeon and an
bis hat. That really burned him Vir,ginia Hardin, Joseph Hart- hospital they may choose.
. up, ' sock, Joseph Hiteman, Charle A full ' d,etaiJed description
But we had a lot. of fun in Nolan, and Edwvna Stanfnrth the plan is carried i'n a two-p
th'o e days and, 'In spite of his a-tt ,'of Waynesville; 'Patricia advertisement appearing
man ag-e r"i/l 1 worries, I believe Behm, of ,;-Mast>n; Adam Bigler, paKes 4 and 5 of this issue 0
Hn.mer had the best time of Fioster; Ava Conver, Cozad .. the ,Miami
anyone: dale; Alma Jean Dare, Pauline ..
. , , ( Garrison, and Orin Souther, all CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS
LOCAL MAN ,WINS AT .. of Morrow; .tv\ar.c:aret Dean and ON AUGUST 23
. POULTRY SHOW Beatrice both of COlumbus - Competiiiv
Jud,ge Dan ' Aultman, ' Mr. and Mary Moss,examinations on 23 fo
GeorKe Bradl,ey of Xenia, and Oregollla. . and typists wer
Mr. Earl Evans attended the announced ' tolia V IW the ' Stat
. Ohio Valley Bantam Show Miss 'Francis Zack. , Mr. , Paul ,Civil Service Commission.
held at on -Sunday;- Ross, Miss Mary Kaiser and -These examinations wil
Mr. Evans won second ' arid Mr. Thomas' Hill were enter- apply to positions in all
,fourth on Silver Seabrig-ht hens tained' by Mr. Mrs', Bill departments, state hosfJital
in a class of 23 hens, ' Davisson" ,and dau,ghter; Satur- state institutions, county office
I ,.. " , day at a held at administerin,g public assistan
The little daughters, Carolyn the host and hostess ' cabin, and the State Ex
and Janet, of Mr. and Mrs. Leo located South of' periment Station. . , '
Conner arid their cousins, The evening was enjoyed ,. by Examinations centers will
Mr, and ' Mrs, Milo Mitten- all present. ' Akron, Cleveland
ber&:er, enjoyed the past week , Columbus, Dayton and Toled
NEW:;:... SCHEDilLE
rk required on ANNuUNCED '
at ihc Edenfield announ-
ocker plant pre .. a schedule for Softhall
eduled handlin,g thiS comm,g week, Out! to so
this week as ex- from, the
eat sharp ramv season it i ary to
om is now in double-up from now on in
the locker com .. order to get all Kame schedLll-
11 under test and ed new chedule
r. Elmer Elstro for thiS week a' follows'
Mana.e:er, it i . !v'on. 28: dhi..hdr
storage of foo,d rue 29: .. Peer Inn, 7 :00'
the end of thl I Fer.e: ... Milkr 8 :0.0
of next pro .. Wed, 10: Peers- Hvvs.
now under ' wa y Thu. '31: M Peers 7 :00
ory. Fairley .. 8 :00
rs have been SPECIAL GA"'ME
790 o,dd HERE SUNDAY
be filled WIth .
of va ous descriptions. A ' pecJaI ,c:aml' will play- '
While the s ason late for ed on the \Vayne Park fIeld on
some varier of berrie etc Sunday afternlloll, July - 37 at
il i now i time for 2 :00. with a team from
herries, ra erric Karden Ctnctnnatt v a picked tcam of
produce, ch 'and aho local All Star. . ,
pork d lamb at an,\' FUTURE ALLSTAR GAMES
, July 25:
Arrange ts are being Julv 27: Mititil 2tp\\,1l
madc by H vev Burnet anti A
others in cha ,o'e 'of th,'- t11". nt t(I 1: Genn;(ntcm:n
I
.. tl Aug, Storm Kin II
lOld an "0 n house" in the Aug, 8: Frig'idaire Plant
near future.. nnOL1llcements of A S
thi ' occasion 'ill be m:Hk at aug-. to: ahinu
late
4 t Aug', 1 S: Oa d( l1 <'lcl'1 Fdry.
< r lIa e. ,A ug. I 7: OPCI1
SCOUTS
AT CAMP
Aug-. 22: Wrig'l1t field
Lecsl'lur,l!'
The Local
LInder the "OI..D MEN" PLAYfNG
James, Scc u SUNDAY, AUGUST 3
in.!' the. wee at Camn Hoo, k On Sundav, 3 the
.' "01 M "t ' , ,
near ,n the, II en cani ' frnm L vUe
are taktng p rt m the activitie" and Waynesville will plav i-l
of Scnuting bdng conducted s<?ftball nn ""ayne Park
LInder the s on ' orship of the diamond at 7 :00 p.m, The
area Scnut I11ll1i. sinner.' ' of the match will (I'c at
Member the 1'1<1( ''1' the \\ .. 100( I' ,
who are in.,a dance are: ;Jim Perr v Cline will man/ln'e the
Jordan, Bill ,Stuhbs, Chick local R'roup and Ward
Hayden, -iR:ht \ Michener, the Lytle team,
Jack James, ill Davis, Rohert Include I il,' (he are
Hunter. many prnmll1L' nt ci Ozens of
SPRI
GIVES
The Ioca
No. 13 w
Spring-boro
d'ay night:
the officers
furnished a
ings, music
proKram" w
Etli ' McClu
, Many' fl
wer.e on di
Guests ' wer
Harveysburg'
Springboro .
MF. and M
of Da,ytbn '
noon callers
Earl Tressl
Anna May"
hoth who have
GRANGE heen . (tll!0 are) ,;ood ball
, . . ' players. I hi S ,g-ame will afford
Fanners Grange . a lot of firewurks plus C011sid"'l
e ho_ts to t,he crabl e ,g-ood sport.
ranR' e on Satul' . ..
visitors occupied
chairs , a.nd also
ro tam of
a play. The
J?lanned by Mr.,
Wedding Vows
Spoken Satu:rday,
I, CI'ara, . of 'Mr. and
ay in the hall, Mrs. Ed Hopkll1s and J .. W.
present 'from HulJ, son of Mrs. EdIth Hull
Lebanon , ami' al'}d the, Mr. , of New'
. . VIenna, were l'narned "Saturda y.
, . at. the Perry Church
. Charles Kitchen of ,With E, Stin-
re Sunday ' aftei'- son, M1l11ster ,
f Mr and Mrs ", . Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ken-
and' dauKhter; nck, .brother .. in-law and sister.,
, of the brtde ' attended the
--40--,
couple. .
the E.arl Mr. Hull V(ith ,the lie S.
week. w.ere Mr. for ' SIX and
." Smith of Spring SInce been, connected with 'the
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staymg with and visitin.e: each David Hartsock, son of Mrs, . Det(lileGiinformation may
other One 'ni'ght fhe group was 'Wipifred Hartsock is atte'nd. secured at all state employmen
ipined at the Conner home, by, ingBoy Scout' Camp at off!ces and county
Katherine Casey' N. C. R. in Dayton. '
Biggs of Dayton, Mr. and Mrs . Hull will-be 'at ",'
Mrs. James Kin- .home in their ,new trailor locat.
little, Sue Ann Ramby. . Vernon, Ind. - , . offices. -
_ ed at the Hopkins ,home .
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The Miami Gazet
B8TABLl8BED 18
PUbUshed Every :I'llUrsday by DA.VU;so'N
FLOYD L. DAVISSON, Editor
Fntered as Second Cl8.58 Matter at the
. S"ab8cr1ptton $1.50 per Year
'National Advertising
Ohio Weeklies, Inc., 2465 W ............... ....
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" state prohib the entrance of FAMILY DINNER AT
untested' . To be sure the CONGER HOME
test may no . ree,enf in- Four' generations- gatherqi
fection but i IS much of '
the time and to at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
be useful. ,Delbert Conger for , a ' family
reacped the dinner. The oldest 81
of his dearest ambition. and the being, four
He is now a ouse He has months, of the 50 pre ent to
found out tha he can get in the enjoy the day, Gue t were:
cellar wind so if the cellar Mrs. Suzie 'Philhower anti
, door is open find him in the family, Mr, and Mr, Edwin
house each t e it thullders 61' Goss and familv; Mr, and Mrs.
Fairly Famlellar was loose it was if the door' shut he is in the Jack Cook and da.ughter; Mr,
Columbus 4, Ohio
d full of gullies but the cellar. When I try to get ' him and Mrs. Ralph PhilllO\v.e r; Mr,
b,. EFFELDEE an,d grass held the soil. out he merel lies flat on the and Mrs. Henry Philhower and
At a convenient location on It The garde'ns floor wags h tail. and rolls his son and 'M r, James Holiday, all
both north ' and 'outh Main re plant'd look very eyes at me. t ye.ar he be- of Loui'ville, Kv. Mr. and' Mrs,
street L located a sig-n that ow but many never wer'e came surlv stiff le.g.e:ed E. M, Hill,' Xenia; Mr. and Mr .
states through. its ru face including-' mine. No when I Liro hIm out \lut he E, N. Philhower, Newtown;
"Speed Limit 10 miles per in,g- ,outfits, busy yet, and went. This y ar he h,as ' Mrs. Elizabeth' Stick el and
hour:" hy at mbme ' III fields hi " l's 'oi1, w he IS qUIetly, family and Mrs, Loui se Hall of
ran,g-IllR up to Go miles an hOllr h a I w dry clays \vill He wag-s Mt: Washington; Miss Edna
rushes traffic including: all them out in a hurry. Lot!S 115 tall ;md , oIl' hIS eve, 11ut Philhower, Cindnnuti; Mis
makes of pa!)senKet' cars and y \10wn that one more cIs..! nve. as he Walker; M.r. and Mr ', Rus ell
the constant parade of heavy 'II finish entirely. has kn \\'n tn wheIl Haywond and daug-hter; Mr:
trucks. Rolling toward the it han led, he WIl1', He and Mr, Perrv Benton and
t ff' I' I sllay le Gran,e,'c Hall has lear.llcd. tl12 les 'on that son " MI', ',lnd MI' . Eal'l Hfalkel'
ra IC I,g" lt at these annual house j v,
,speeds they are suddenly Ct)ll_ Lawrence Furnas, chair- many \' g rll,lI I: , lleCl til and all of Dtt\ ton; Mi '
fronted with a red stop signal. of the Horne Economics learn to h.? Cora Philhower and Mr".
Brakes howl and tires screech ittee, was not able to be want, qUIet pleasant, Josephine Seastrom of Middle-
- on the pavement. street is the so Mrs, Sid Ellis wa ' tance, ' town; MI", Martha \Valkcr,
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The Miami Gazette Page 2
Waynesville, Ohio, No. 4326
Thursday, JuJy 24, 1947
HOURS:
9-12 each morning
1-5 afternoons except
Wednesday
7-9 Saturday evening
Other evenings by

TELEPHONE 62-R
, Dr. C. E. ' Wilkin
Optometric Eye Specialist
26 South Detroit Street
XENIA, OHIO
actually foldio,g' up in front of 'dir tl A tragedy I hft ( l"e d , ' il l1e. 1 d and Thelma
the heavy impact of these wo the ' wit th e car. lUrted \\'alker; J\,r. and Mr .
many quick and heavy laden a h workin.e: efficient grouj) it a!l usual th ,much noisc, Walker, all of Lehanon, ' _______ _____ _____ , ___ ._.----_.---
stops. Last year the street was-of pers and every thing as which is theg-nal for them to
. scraped off and a new surface far they went was cleaned get out of e way, I started
put on, this year the condition whe r it needed it or not, slowlv, the wa.; a little ydp
IS, almost. as bad, How much TIlll tl and :t ,.tI';t,' \). 'tll')11ed and ,t"nt
y ana ler wa tn "
lon,g-er Wilt the state COpl and finish. It is bri,O'ht an lout and \' came running
department Ii ten to til'> c all ()' f I d f to see v'hat as the makr. The
.... g rea y or the meeting "
"wolf" when speed limits are \vlth the Spnngboro in pup crawled out .
n,)t l,Ihserved, n'r rather not cha . I would like to turn that Suzey lay wn.he.;;ide it and
enforced? vVhy should tax qu lOOSe un my house. It L put her hc,ld down (l\1 i . It isnt
money be u ed to repair streets too ad those old brick walls dead and it ha ' stl,pcd
that are .up ncgli- he made water proof, hut there ha Vl! t( I he a
.l!e.nce o.r cope with ab_orh so much water mercy killi when i'
thiS rapIdly IIlcrcasmg menace? he new paper is alt water out of the y. I tried to keep
Not only is the streets being d and ollle of it is comin(J' them on th other side of the
damag-ed sly, the lives ...... house hut ev companv
and property , of WaYI1-t."'Sville j and are a v'S in the \Va V hut
citizens are in dan)tcr when nl ay we sent some sheep I hate to hu of them they
heavy traffic as we have to , Sale. The are so cute w. This is only a
'SHERWOOD Refrigeration Sales
-============- and Service, =============
PROMPT, EFFICIENT REPAIR
ON ALL MAKES OF EQUIPMENT
Representative for
WILSON
MILK ,COOLERS
HOME FREEZERS
,
here is to run rampant. s ditd very well but the old pup that mi have had to be
,Another mmor abuse is the n? .so wetl, not any bette.r taken to th pOUJ1d anv way
noise factor, especially with SimIlar stuff at Lehanql1 but e could easily Phone 332 M '
trucks. Ins-noticed thar-some aS.'" WII- happen to chird. Parent do LE;BANON, OHIO
trucks will pass n ale In fat be teach your'child-
out ,scarcely any n'olse to speak and S,?-fit;. people ren to keep t of the streets,
of white others wilt shake the les pn.c:es are Motorists d be careful?
and fill the air with ,there. I hey are startllltY . ,
blasts from motors by cc
gun
_ rule there ' that all
nin.e:" accelerators. If one truck Id for imJ11ediate
driver can drive quitely, so can ust he te'ted and
all others. A few examples a reaction hl'-
made of .ollle of the worst they may be taken back
offenders ,:ilI soon put a stop }o, farms. If stock has not
to .all sarv fast t)h
ee
tested it witt he tested
nOise .makmg and, other petty e hut may not be taken a-
offenses. Last week a truck wa until the' results of the test
driver was picked up on the, are own. This is a g-ood move
hi,e:hway and brou.e:ht back here d
t
<? rd out Bangs
for appearance before the Several counties in the
local mayor. His offense was
c!,ossin,{! over of the yellow
lme m the roadwa y A. minor
offense in comparison to what
happens every day right under
our very noses. H ow much
sha11 we continue to
al,tow this condition to go with-
out protest? Sha11 we wait until
some serious accident occurs?
Shall we start doing somethinO'
ahout it now?' ""
D. J. Fral .. r
t" .', -...or
July 18, 1947. It didnt rain
yesterday, Ther.e have been
Mr. and rs. John Fromm
and son, r. Clyde Fromm,
were Sund'a 'dinner of
Mr. and M Frank Snyder and
daughter, Martha Snyder,
in Springfie
Miss l3a ara Walker ha'
returned Miami Valley
Hospital a spending the, past
month at h rhome.
on Dry 'Ridge when that
,'would not have been news -but
this isM one of those years, so
far. The Jrround is still so
saturated with water that when
the wind blow' it takes up more
water and we have another
rain. It is a, little
npw. The starn)
dId qUite a lot of damage
especially east of here where
it hailed. We missed that
fortunately but the wind arid
rain beat down some ", of the
oats. The people, who hadnt
plowed their torn fated . better
than those what Where
New cars are still hard to get. Add iles of smoother
inR' it lubricated
actory me.thods,
riving aDd longer life to your ca'r by h
t least every 30 days or 1000 miles.
to meet the speCifications of your
r as lire you of complete ati factioll.
, '
. Ashmeaa ' Sohio', '
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, North. 'Main St.
. .
rticular make of
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[ViCe .:
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Waynesville, Ohio, N"o. #26 , S NDA Y
Thursday, July 24, 1947
METHODIST CHURCH. '
JULY 27th, 10:30' a.m.
METHODIST CHURCH
R. B. Coleman. Minister
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m
J. J. Burske, Supt.
WOrship Service 10:30
Youth Fellowship "
7:30 I m.
HOLL Y METHODIST
T .. M. Scarff, Minister
Sunday Scho('\ 9 :30 a.m.
E. A. Earnhart, Supt.
,W0rship Service 10 :30 a.m.
Evening Service 7:30p.m.
; Hev. W. T. H;Qrner, __,
Supt. Spring Valley Schools
010 "'No One Ever Cared for Me Like Jesus" ,
Weigle Mr. Ge6 e Miller
anal
Mr. Loui Fires celebrated
his birth d e the pa t
week and 0 Sunday a family
picnic dinn at Old River Park
was ,l!iven his honor.
,Those p nt were Mr. and
Mrs. Chari Fires and on of
Mr. and Mr . Raymond
Stomps of Miamisburg, Mr.
B. Peters and to vi "ited
their . mother, Mrs. Hardin
Peters, who is ill at \ler h me
in ' Franklin.
Mrs. Charles Fester of Day-
t,on is the house guc of her
brother-in-law and si ter, Mr.
.and Mrs. P. L. Reason for the
week.
.;
Girdon Bacon and family
and Mi s. Mary :Jean Ricke\'
will fr0111 their vacation
at Branford Beach, Conn.,
Tuesday of this week.
and Mrs. H. Harbison and Mr. ' and Mrs. Willis Maurice
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL Mr. Harold Taylor of Dayton, and Donnie and Dickie of, BeL
Samuel N. Ke-.;, Minister Miss Irma Fires, Miss ' Ruth mont were Friday djnner guests
- Burnett, M . Doris Kennedy. of ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles
. (:.10 a.m., Pr8yer, and dau , Mr. and Mrs. Maurice.
R.. Mehaffie, I,tty Render Louis Fire ____ _
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Jo ce ' Beal spent last. . Louis and Mary Vogt to John.
with her c.ou in, Mis. d Helen Downs 3 lots in Mor":
Beal 01 __
and 'Mrs. Paul Maurice '
Sunqay R'l}ests of Logan
an9 fallul y,in Dayton.
M and MI'. Ben Hickey
were ,dinner gue ' ts of
Earl Rickey ,and family ..
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M s. R. B. Peters called on
Mrs. Ray MainOl,l, \\dlO is i1J
Sun
III
. . Harry We t is a' patient
cClellan Hospital, Xenia.
and Louise Whipple
d" .. " ....... Jr., and Marianna Noell 86
in Turtlecl'eek ,twp.
Walker to W. ' E. and
Cutler 0.18 acres in Turtle-
twp . .
k and Edith ' ;Schuermann
Weir 134.55 acres in Har-
p.
Louis and Mary Vogt to Arthur
nd Evelyn Victoria Downs 2 lotl:l
Lebanon. '. '
Fred and Katherina Slezak to I
and Anna Miller lot in
klin twp.
Anna Faulkner . to F.orest and
irginia -Dakin in Lebanon.
Forest and Virgi]1ia ' Dakin to
iIlhlm and Elsie Dell ' lot in Leb-
Anna Faulkner to John Goddard
hI Lebanon.
J. Lester Kenrick to Elllest and
by Steed 0.50 acres in Clear-
twp.
Ruby Steeq to Ernest Steed 0.5')
in Clearcreek twp,
Lebanon Farmers Co-operative
to Fred Kahn 2 lots in Leb-
Caroline Rockhill to Merrill ' and
Mary CooJc 0.003 ac:res in
10 :00 a.m., and
f:-;f'!, llIC11I I J IHue.. A. Baker
Lay R.eader
Mr. J.
convalesci
as Sunday
Mr. and M
and Mrs.
Hawke, who is
at his home, had
. Charles Jones, J.ames Jones, J
Phil Hartman aud Nathan.
READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS
and Maude Dumford to
and Vietoria Peters 2' acres TYPEWRITER RJiB-
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UTICA E. U. B. CHURCH
Hartman attended the All m
Young- Friends Conference in
Richmond, Ind., July 13. Ham
Rev. A. J. Furatenberger ton, Dr. a
Sunday School , 9 :30 a.m. of Wilmin
afternoon callers,
Carl Hawke, Mr.
y Hawke of Day-
Mrs. Ralph Vance
, Mr. and Mrs.
ta of Jamestown,
C. Lee Hawke.
Mrs. Charles Elli and little
Charlie Ellis, Mrs. Paul Mau-
rice and ,l!uests, Jimmy
and Marilyn Rig-,e:le spent Wed_
nesday at the Franklin Chau-
tauqua.
Mrs. James Garrison, Supt. Melvin B
Preaching. 1st and 3rd Sundays Mr. and M
. each month 10 :30 a.m.
FRIENDS
First Day School 9 :30 a.m.
Meeting "for Worship
10 :30 a.m.
, ST. AUGUSTINE
Father Krumholtz, Priest
Mass i:3 0 a.m. and 9 :00 a.m.
FERRY C RCH of CHRIST
Ralph E. Stinson, Minister
Bible School ' 9 :30 a.m.
Morning Worship .. 10 :30 a.m.
U A Good For Nothin 0' Church
Memher"
Youth Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
Adult Prayer Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
Evening Evangelistic Service
,8 :15 p.m.
L A
A friendly Church with a
Go"pel .
WAYNESVILLE CHURCH
OF CHRIST
Robert L. VanZile, Minister
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
Mr. and
had as W
callers ,Mr.
Smith, of
and on
Mr. and M
Lake Wo
Mr.
Kartaha
waukee,
guests 'of
Sheehan fa
on Thursd
relatives i
rs. L. C. St John
nesday afternoon
and Mrs. Everett
s Angeles, Calif.
ursday afternoon,
Lynn Decker, of
Fla.
Mrs. Mitchell
children of Mil-
O have been the
and Mrs. Walter
the past week, left
morning to vi -it
Pennsylvania.
nk L. Taylor of
Stamford, n. is making' a
two week- visit with Mr. and
Mr ' . Harri Mo.her and little
uaughter, irp:inia . Lee and
Mr. and M Ronald HawkL.
. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wil-
son and Mrs. Grace Schuler
were the Monday evening
dinner guests of Mr. and
Delhert
Several families of Ma ons
and Eastern tar en i 0 yeti a
picnic and an evening of games
at Chautauqua on Sunday.
Jimmy Ewing of Dayton
and , Miss Marilyn Ri,o'gle pf
North Apolla, -pent the
week with Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Maurice.
-----
Mr. and Mr. Frt?d Braddock
and family \V,ere Suntiav dinner
of ML. \ViIhelrnina
Braddock, in n.,
.. Mr. and I", Ronald, Hawk.... 1.\ Cl I Ed i f
Imd as day ' dinner IV r. . lar c'. \\'.:11\ 0
Mr -. Frnn L Taylor of 'Stal11- IS spcncill1,e: a te\\' Lin v.
ford, Can,,' Mr. and Mr.., wIth Mr. tl nLi RaVnlnnd
Harris Mo er and little daugh- Conner.
ter, Virgin tee. -----
a:m. and Mr '. S
8 :00 p.m. 1,
----- . Ital, July 2
va ..:J'orn, to Mr.
ney mith of Rural
'McClellan Ho '\1-
Mr. Richard Kai 'er ' \Va '
taken to St. Elizaheth Ho pital
Monday evening' j1ecau-c of an
heart ailment.
Mr. ' and Mr. Genrge \\ Ol1J-
ard of Centerville called ('1 \1
Uncle Bert Shepherd, unday
afternoon.
WHAT PROMINENT
BANKERS SAY ABOUT
BONDA-MONTH PLAN:
"Here is a plan and program
in which the bank is the key
The obj'ectives are not
onlvdcj rahle but are essential
.to the proper handlin.e: of the
d bt. It will require son;te en-
thusia ,tic to -fnake it
maximum results. We
are on a group. t11at
,nlread v Its desire
and it , ability , to ' , perform
serviG.ps 'of value to the
nation to a new effort. ,I
ever.Y ,confidence.
.\1ankers' of America Will
pond wile lehel\.rtedly,. enthu L
asticaIly, and ' ener!!:c.tJcal,tv to
this fu'dher call to . er,vlc in
the intere t of . the welfare of
this' nation .. , .
-A'; Lee M. ,Wiggins
Under Secy.of the 1 rea "ur,y
D. C.
Waynesvill& National 'Bank
. W:AYNIESVILLE. OHIO "
rs. A. E. Stout and
ve returned after a
t trip through the
in Washi ngton D.
d Mr. and Mr . C.
itc and famil y.
rs. Orland Holme '
Sandry an DeAnne attended
an old Inoned belling for
Roy Mo e and ' wife at the
home of alter Moraine and
family at , ashin,gton, C. H.
._----
; Ralph Mainou and fami l \'
j'eturne 1 home t o Detroit, Fi'i-
day after pendinK a few dn V
wi'th hi parent' h "re,
, Mr. Lucy Compton , an i
Charles Mendenhall call d on
Uncle Bert hepherd, Wednes-
deW afternoon.
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Mr. and Mrs .. Donahue of
Wilmington- were )n the,
unli av.
Ah)(,n'ake Or
,d. Kah,n': MotQf' Car" . ,:
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tWp. boDS now In stock. The Gaze.tte.
and Nolle Powell to Wil'; IN CASE OF FIRE DIAL 22U
0.36 acres in Wash- 11-__________ _
ton and Carey Clark to
and Esther 0.95
in Harlan twp.
les Everett Snider to Ho-
and Wilma Snider lot in
Lebanon.
and Mae Wilder tQ Mattie
0.11 acres in Deel'field
PAINTS - STOVES
ROOFING - FENCE
HARNESS - PIPE
ie to. Lucille Anne
lot m Franklm.
and Mary Easton to Orelle FAIRLEY HARDWARE CO.
F 1 0 30
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og e. acres m a1'-
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SERVICE
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ideas a_ to fu I i hings and' ' ,,_ b
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FLOYD L. DAVISSON. Editor
. test may no m- , Four "'enerations Thursday, , JuJy " 24, 1947
fection out it is t much of , to.
the time and enoup:h to at the of Mr,' and Mrs.
be useful. . Delbert Ganger for a family
Bogan has ached the dinner. The oldest being 81
height of his dea . ambition. and the being- four
National Advertising Representatives He is now a dog. has of the 50 present to
Ohio Weeklies, Inc., 2466 W. Broad found out that he m the enJoy the day, Guest were .:
r.ntered 8S 01ue Matter at We Post Office
BubIcr1ptlon sates: $1.50 per Year In Advance
Columbus 4, Ohio ' . cellar If the cellar Mrs. Suzie -Philhower and
- door is open him in the family, Mr. and Mrs. ,Edwin
house each ti'me or Goss and familj; ,I
Fairly' Famlellear the ground was loose it was if the door is sh he IS 10 tpe Jack Cook and daughter; Mr. HOURS:
. washed full of p:ullies but ' the cellar. When I to him and Mrs. Ralph Philhower; Mr.
b, EFFELDEE weeds and- grass held the soil out he mere!y flat ' on th.e and Mrs. Henr Philhower and
At a convenient location on And so it goes. The gardens floor wags hiS , and rolls hiS son and Mr. James ,Holiday, all
both north and south Main that were planted look very eyes at me. ye.ar he be- of Louisville, Ky. Mr. and' Mr :
street is located a sign that well now but many never were came surly n4 stIff E. M. Hill, Xenia; Mr. and Mrs.
states its rusty face includinJ?; mine. No when I drov ' hI . out but he E. N. Philhower, Newtown;
"Speed limIt 20 miles per threshmp: putfits busy yd and went. This y e has' learned Mrs. Elizabeth' Sticksel and
31our:" Thundering- 9Y at speeds no combmes in the fields his l ' sson, ' 11 e is quietly, family and. Mrs, LouiSe Hall of
rangmg up to 60 miles an hour a few. dry. days will persistently He wags Mt: Washing:ton; Miss Edna
rushes traffic ' includinR," all brmp: them out 10 a hurry. Lots his tail and hiS eye .but Philhower, Cincinnati; ' Miss
makes of pa5senger cars and of hay down that one more nothing: as he Walker: Mr. and Mrs. Russell
9-12 each' morning
1-5 afternoons except
Wednesday
7-9 Saturday evening
Other evenings by ,
Appointment
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the constant parade of heavy rain will finish entirely. has been k to bIte when Haywood and daughter' Mr
'trucks.' . Rolling: toward the T d th G roug:hly han he wins. He and Mrs, Perry Benton' and D' C E WiIk-
traffic light at these hi,e:h ay e ran,ge Hall has leal:ned. lesson that son; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker ' r - In .
speeds are suddenly con- Its annual house cleaning. many m1l1, nty g: ,P need to and on, all of Dayton; Miss ' - - - ,
f t d
't d ' Mrs. Lawrence Furnas, chair- learn to w.m .he nVlleO'es the. ,y Cora Phl'lho\"er alld Mr. Optometric Eye Specialist
ron e WI a re stop signal. man of the Home Economics , -
Brakes hO\yl and tires screech Committee, was no't able to be want, qUiet pant, persls- Josephine Sea'strom of Middle- 26 South Detroit Street . . .
on the pavement. The street is there so Mrs . Sid Ellis' was tance. town; Mrs. Martha Walker,
actually up in front of directing the work and doinp:' A trag;edy lit hit one (f .lane, russ and Thelma XENIA, OHIO
the lmpact of these work enough for t'Jo. She had the pup witl til car. I tatted Walker; Mr. and Mrs. Georg-e
many qUick and heavy laden a hard working: efficient grou it as usual .' much noise, Walker, all of Lebano'n. " _.... , a aa --
year the was-of and every thing: which is the Ii for them to
scraped off and a new far as 'ttley went was cleaned get out of 't le y. I started
put on, thiS year the condition whether it needed it or not slowly, there wa a little yelp
IS almost. as bad. How. much Thursday another group was to and a st pped and g:ot
longer Will the state highway come and finish It is and out an 1 Suz.ey amt.: runnin.e:
ten to .call of ready for the to see what \ as e mat.er. The
wolf when speed lImits are With the Sprmgboro Grange iil pup crawled out .
not Observed. or rather not charg:e. J would like to turn that Suzey lay a beside it and
enforced. Why sho!-dd tax squad loose on my house. It is put h r do on it. It isnt
be used to repair streets too bad those old brick walls dead and a a stoped
, at are .up neg-li- can not be made water proof but there m y aye to be a
o.r to cope with They absorb so much watel: mercy killin Suzey is
thiS rapidly. mcre,asmg menace? that the new paper is all water out of the WI y. tried to keep
Not only IS the streets stained and some of it is comin ' them on the side of the
damap:ed needlessly, the hv:s of(r .P:- house but they ike compan v
property. of WaynesvilTe M . and re always i the way hut
cItIzens . m danger when t onday. sent some sheep I hate to hur j' a of them they
heav.y traffiC such as we have 1
0
tb
he
.WIlmmgton Sale. !he are so cute "10w. This is only
here IS ano. to run rampant. am s did very well but the old, pup that ve h.ad to' be
An.other mmor abuse is the fh"es n9
t
.so wen, n9
t
any, better taken to th ; d any way
nOIse factor iall with an SImilar stuff at 'Lebanon but the sa'hle urtt '
.
SHERWOOD Refrigeration Sales
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PROMPT, EFFICIENT REPAIR
ON ALL MAKES OF EQUIPMENT
Representative for
WILSON
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Phone 332 M
MILK COOLERS
!:lOME FREEZERS
LEBANON, QHIO
. . t S ... 1- happen to a ch' Parents do
trucks Will pass with- n:1ll{ on dale speCIalizes III ,fat be careful to te your child-
any an people think ren to keep ut of the
of while will shake the the dsalhes pn.ces are speci3;lIy Motorists do. be careful? . I
Kround and fill the air with 1{00 t ere. fhey are startmg'
bJa.sts from motors by "gun- a new rule th?lt all cattle
accelerators. If .o'ne truck not sold for ImmedIate slaugh- . Mr. and John Fromm
driver can drive quitely, so can ter must be tested and and son, . Fromm,
all .others. A few examples fshow a negative reaction be_ were Sund guests of
matie of some of the worst ore they may be taken back Mr. and Mr k Snyder and
offenders will soon' put a stop to the farms. If stock has not daughter, . artha Snyder,
to aU unnecessary fast driving: been tested it will be tested in Springfiel
Miss , Ba
returned
Hospital a
month at h
Walker has
Valley
the past
noise making: and other petty there may not be taken a-
offenses. Last week a truck way untIl the of the te t
driver was picked up on the are shown. ThIS IS a good move
highway and brought back here t,?ward out Bangs
for appearance -before the. disease. ,Several.,.counties in the
local mayor. His offense was
the crossing:, over of th yellow
line in the
offense in comparison to what
happens every day under
our very noses. How much
longer shall we continue to
allow this condition to with-
out protest? Shall we wait until
some serious accident occurs?
.shall we start doing something:
abo,ut it now?
'.
D. J. F ...... r
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July 18, 1947. It didnt rain
yesterday. There have been
times on Dry 'Ridge when that
would not have' been news but
this isnt one of those years, so
far. The g:roundis still so
saturated With water that when
the wind blows it takes up more
water . and we . have another
rain. It is thundering a little
rip:ht 'now .. The storm Monday
111ght did quite 'a lot of damage
especially east of here where
It hailed. We missed that
fo'rtunatefy but the wind a'nd
rain beat down some of the
The people who hadnt
plowed the'ir corn fared, better
than those what had. Where
NeW' cars are'still hard to get. AdcL smoother
driving and longer life to y'our car by . h lubriCated
at least every .3e> days or 1000 mil-es. 11O t, ... " methods
used to meet the spedfications of your p make of
car assure you of complete satisfaction.
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Waynesville, Ohio, l\Jo. 4326
Thursday, July 24, 1947
METHODIST CHURCH ) Mi Joyce Beal spent last Louis and ,Mary Vogt to John:'
SUNDAY, JULY 27th 10:30 a.m. week with her cousin; M,iss and Helen Downs 8 lots in Mor-
Sernlon, Rev. W. 'T. Horrier, . Jane Beal of ' row.
Supt. Spring Valley Schools Louis and Mary Vogt to Al'thur
Solo, "No One Ever Cared for Me Like Jesus
u
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maurice and Evelyn Victoria Downs 2 lots
. -Weigle ' Mr. ,George Miller were, Sunday guests of Logan in Lebanon. '
Ewing and f.amily, in Dayton.
B. Peters and to visited , Fred ' and Katherina Slezak to
Pc
: t their , mother, Mrs. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. Rickey Stanley and Anna Miller lot in
METHODIST CHURCH , Peters, who is jll at her home were unday dinner guests of Franklin
R. B. Coleman. Minister in, Franklin. " Earl and family. Anna Faulkner to Forest an<L--
Sunday School . 9:30 a.m Virginia Dakin lot in Lebanon.
J. J. Burske, Supt. ' " n I Mrs. Cparles Fester of Day- Mrs. R. B .. Peters Forest and Virginia Dakin to '
Worship 10 :3<r a.m. , ton is the hOl,lse guest of her Mrs. Mamqus, wh,o IS III William' and Elsie Dell lot in Leb4
Youth Fellowship brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Sunday. anon.
7 :30 pm. Mr. Louis Fires celebrated .and Mrs. P. L .. Reason for the Mr. Harry; We t is a patient' A.nna Faulkner to John Goddard
- his birth date durin,\?; the p'ast ' in MCl:CleJlan Hospital, Xe.nia. lot 1)) Lebanon.
MT. HOLLY METHODIST week and on Sunday a family J. Lester Kenrick to Ernest and
T., M. Scarff, Minister picnic. dinn.er Old River Park . Gird?n Bacon , and family , Ruby Steed 0.60 aefes Clear-
Sunday School 9 '30 m was III hiS 110nor. . .. al)9 , MISS. Mary :le.an Rickey Vel' Ion and Loul'se creek twp. .
E
. a.. Those present were Mr. and' Will return from their vacation Whipple to ,
. Supt. Mrs Charles Fires and s'on of at Branford Beach, Conn" Jr.; and Marianna 86 Steed to Steed 0.50
Wors.hlp Serv.rce 10 :30 a.m. Berona, Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Tuesday of 'this/ week. acres ih Turtlecreek twp. acres m Clearcreek twp.
Evenm,g Service 7 :30 p.m. Stomps of Mr. Walker to W. E. and Lebanon Farmers . Co-operative-
and Mrs. C. H. Harbison and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Maurice Laura Cutler acres in Turtle- . Co to Fred Kahn 2 lots in Leb-
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL .. Mr Harold of. Dayton, and ponnie al)d of, Bel_ creek anon.
Samuel N. Ke-, Minister MISS Irma Fires;. MISS Ruth. mont were Fnday dmner FraJilk and Edith 13chuermann Caroline Rockhill to Merrill and
- J- Burnett, Mrs. Dons Kennedy of Mr. and Mrs. Charles . . M C k 0003 . Leb
I :30 a.m., MOl'njng Prayer, and dauO'hter Mr and ' Mrs Maur'lce to WeIr 134.66 acres m. Har- ary 00, acl"eS In ..
Ch 1 R. 'f h ff' "d" " " . Ian tw'
ar es a Ie, Lay Rea er LoUIS Fltes. . BEAD THE CLASSIFIED dDa
10 :00 8.m., Morning Prayer and Charles Jones, James Jones, . Ora and Dumford . ' .
ermon, James A. Baker Mr. J. C. Hawke, who is Phil Hartman agd Nathan Vlctona Peters 2 acres HALLMA8K 'l'Y'PEWRlTER RIB-
Lay Reader convalescing at his home had Hartman attended the All In De !rfleld twp. bona now in stock. The GazeUe.
as Sunday afternoon callers, Young Friends Conference in Grac!e and Nolle Powell to Wil- -:rN 'CASE OF FIRE DIAL 2ZII
' UTICA E. U. B. CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawke, Mr. Richmond, Ind., July .13. liam Redmon 0.86 acres in Wash-
RAJ F t be ' and Mrs. Ray Hawke of Day- ington twp.
S
ev
d
Sh urI I en , ,ton, o.r. Mrs. Ralph Vance Mrs. Charles Ellis and little Clayton and 'Carey Clark to
un ay C 00 . ,0 a.m. of Wllmmvton Mr and Mrs h' I . M' .
Mrs. James Garrison, Supt. Melvin Bartta 'of jamestown: C1 arhe E hs, Mrs: Paul . . Leslie. and Esther McLaughm 0.95
Preaching. tst and 3rd Sundays M ' d M ' C L H ke nce Ewmg acres ,n Harlan twp.
h th 10'30' . r. an rs.. ee aw. and Maniyrt Wed_ Ch tIes Everett Snider ,to Ho-
eac mon . a.m. nesday at the Franklm Chau- ward and Wilma Snider lot in
FRIENDS
- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. St John tauqua. South Lebanon.
had as Wednesday afternoon /
First Day School 9 :30 a.m. all.ers Mr. and EveTt;tt Mr. ' and Mrs. Sherman ,Wit- Bra, k Mae Wilder tQ Mattie
Meeting for Worship Los Angeles, Calif. son and Mrs Grace Schuler Harri 50n 0.11 acres in Deerfield
. ,
10:30 a.m. and on Thursday afternoon, were th't.. Monday twp.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Decker, of dinner of Mr. and Mr. '
PAINTS - STOVES
ROOFING --- FENCE '
HARNESS - PIPE
to. Lucille Anne . -1849-1946-
lot In
ST. AUGUmNE
Lake Worth, Fla. Delbert Conger. W
Father Krumholtz, Priest . Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
Mass' 7 :30 a.m. and 9 :00 a.m. Kartaha and children of MiI-
Several families ' of Mason . and
and Eastern Stars enioyed it
picnic and an of .e:ames
and Mary Easton to Orelle FAIRLEY HARDWARE CO.
Fogle 0.80 acre's in Car- Phone 2441' - , WAYNESvnLE. O.
. waukee, who h.ave been the
FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
. Sheehan for the past week, left
Ralph E. Stinlon, Minllter on Thursday to visit
Bible School 9 :30 a.m. relatives in ' Pennsylvania
'""MornIng WorshiJr' 10 :30 ,a.m. - , .
'tA Good For Nothing Church Mrs. Frank L. Taylor of
Meml er" Stamford, Conn. is making a
Youth Meeting -7 :30 p.m. two weeks visit with Mr. and
Adult Meeting 7 :30 p.m. Mrs. Harris- M-osher and little
Evening Evangelistic Service daughter, Vir8:inia Lee and
8:t5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. J'{onalCl Hawke.
"Who Is A .
A friendly CHurch with a
Go pel Me sage
WAYNESVILLE CHURCH
OF CHRIST ,
Mr. and Mr . Ronald , Hawke
had as Sunday dinner t
Mrs. Frank L. Taylor f Stam-
ford, Conn., . Mr: and Mrs.
Harris Mo her and little
ter, Virginia tee.
Robert L. VanZile, Minister
Bible Scho'ol , 9 :30 a.m. BIRTH _
-1.Q..;,30 a.Pl. A to Mr.
Sermon 11 :00 a.m. and Mrs. SIdney Smith of Rural
at Chautauqua on Sunday.
Jimmy Ewing of Da ton
and Miss Marilyn of.
North Apol1a, Penn. pent the
week with Mr. and Mrs., Paul
Maurice, '
MI' . . and Mr . Fred Braddoc.k
and family were Sunday dinner
g'uests of Mrs. Wilhelmina.
Braddock, in WilminR't n . . '
Mrs. Cha.rles Edward ,of
Dayton is a few da 's
with Mr. and Mr. Raymolld
Conner.
Mrs.' Richard Kaiser was
taken to St Elizabeth Hospital
Monday because of an ___
heart ailment. ,
Evenin . Servi<.:e 8 :00 p.m: Route 1, . at McClellan Ho ' p-
----- ital, 20. . Mr. and Mrs. GeorR,'e Wo I-
. arct , of Centerville called Oil
WHAT PROMINENT Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Stout and Uncle Bert Shepherd, unday
have after a afternoon.
SAY ABOUT very tnp the . --. ....,.. .. - , -- .
'. PLAN: '( " East.Whlle m Wa D. Ralph Malllous an:! ,family
. C they visited Mr and Ml' C 'returned home to DetrOIt, PrI-
. is a plan an.d program ' I.' Satterthwaite ' and family. . day after spending a few
the IS the key , ..: . . wi,th his parent here.
fl,Qure. ob,ectIves ,\ot Mr and Mrs Orland Holmes
only deSIrable but essential Sand;y and DeAnne attended Mrs. Lucy "Compton . and
to the proper .of the an old fasnioned befling for Charles Men :tenhall called on
debt: WIll Roy Mor.'aine and ' the Uncle Bert Shepherd, Wednes-
thu la. he t tq It home of Walter Morame ' and day aftert)oon. , .
produce. !naxlmum results. We family at ,e. H. ' ' .
j are callmR' on a group. that , ,Mr. and MrS. Donahue Of
already dem<:>t:tstrated ItS , Mr Emory Pett:ts of t.a'fsar Wiliningtol .were calle'ts on 'the
. and ", Its, ability ,to , perfornl Cl'eek called on 'his brother R Earl Rickey family' Sunda v. '
uf to
nation to a new effort. I hav
every confidence -that til-
bankers of' 'America wilt re-
whole!leartedly,. enthusL
astJcaJIy, and energ-ehcal.1y to
this further caB to rVlce m
the. interest of the welfare of
this nation." . ... '
-A. Lee M. Wiggins
Under Secy: of the Treasury
Washington, D. C.
. Waynesville National Bank,
WAYNESVILLE.
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Any. '.m_lCe or model
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BUCKEY
' E' . IN .... ar"'r.e-"H- and--Monzelle Gl'ay vs, The M iami Gazette Page 6
, , I', " OlaremQe J. Brown Walter and George Bunrce, plain- Waynesville, Ohio, No.
tifts to , 'recover from Thursday, July 24, 1 .
Despite' a heavy log-jam of legislation the, House According a report given Conjgress, 223 Federal sum of $494.97.with interest fr om '. " , '
an'd Senate leadership are still planning on final ' workers were some 1,000 others were December 6,' '1946. ' . at 10; prIvate sale of prop,erty
adjournment of the first session of the 80th forced 'to resign or leave 'public in the nine ordered.
gress on Saturday evening of this week-July 26th. months period ending April lst, ' 81S a result of dis- MARRIAGE LICENSES Estate 0: Martha A. Ha1lings-
The only thing that may possibly compel Congress loyalty charges 'made against them. Qivil Service John ' W. Hall, 29, Dayton, mail- dec'd,. Charles Waggoner,
to remain' in session longer are a ' bitter dis- Chairman Flemming before a man, Clara Hopkins ' Starke, 25, admmlstrator mventory approved.
, agreements between the House and .Senate on ap- Oongressional committee 'last that there, are ' Waynesville, seamstres: ",' Estate of ()lflra B. VanDQ1'en,
propriatlon bills, from 'the 'Sen$te 'having 3,381 active sl1bversive per-sons' on, the Federal pay- ' ' , . Carl executor
, heaVily items abov.e tit,e more. econ- roll 'at the pre ent time, 1,272 o:r: whom 'al'e PRQBATE bill filed. ' . ,' ,
House figures. 'Under toe Reorganiz.a- holding jobs with the AtomIC CommISSIon "' Estate of Jo}\n E. C60k: dec'd, Estate ' of !r.'
tion Act Congress is required to adjourn not or in the War, Navy and State Dhoda ' Cook administratrix in- dec'd, Raymond Wilson and Olive
than July 31st, but, of course, the' Congress can 40,000 other F,ederal employes on the questlOn- ..., t !iI' d f' t' f " I 'Vp-ntory approved. Peterson execu ors e Irs, lOa
amend the Reorganizati6h Act if it becomes neces- able list an. d, will be investigated, as the, resu\t of ,-- . b' t
Est
' ate of CharTes G. MUler, dec'd, and' dlstrl ut1ve accoun .
sa.ry to remain in session longer. Most Capitol 'wise- passed by the House last week.
acres, to see the curtain drop on g.ross' value of estate is $32,728. . (
the 'Congressional scene Saturd$y night. The Commission' of 12 m'enibers to make a stUdy' the of the, guardi,an-
' and investigation of the Branch of the " hlP of Ann ? Malley et
Heavy war-time taxes on the American people will as provided in 'sponsored by Vera 0 l\lalley appomted,guaro-
not be eased during 1947-and perhaps' not ' during yopr humble servant; was named last week by the, Ian. I I'
1948-as the ,:esult of the Senate the ' appointing President Truman named as hig of' Virgil L. I' Bowman,
Ptesident's veto of the second Tax Bill last appointees, James F. Forrestal, Secretary of the dec'd, Bowman appointed
Friday by a vote of 67 to 36. Earlier Friday the Arthur , S. Flemming" Chailrman of the U. S. giving bond wit h
House had voted to override the veto by' the tremen- Civil Service Commiss1'on, Dean Acheson, recently suretIes in sum of $9000,
dOUB majority of 299 to 108. Those who have been resigned Under-Secretary of State and George H. Estate of Charles ' H. Holaday,
hoping to have their taxes reduced by 'as much as Mead, industrialist of Dayton, Olbio. President :rro dec'd, !d
abel
Holaday exe
c
ll
trix
in-
thirty per cent have just one man to Tempore of the Senate Vandenberig n*,med as his ap- v,entory approved. '
"
THELMA'S
aDd FAIRMOUNT
CREAM STATION
.
,wi 11 'be closed
"FOR VACATION"
Aug. till Aug. IS,
S. Truman, President of the United States. , Never Dr. James K. Pollock q , the University of Estate of Lewis Oai penter, dec'd,
before has any President vetoed a tax J:eduction bill , Michigan, Joseph P. KEl.,nnedy, fQrmer U. S. Ambassa- Viola Carpenter, administratrix in

only a few votes to override the veto. The British mont and, McClellan of Arkansas. Speaker Martin of(,r--
people, who are maintaining their Government on the House appointed Ex-Presiderllt Herbert Hoover,
American loans have had their war-time taxes re:' James H. Rowe, former Assistant to President Roose-
duced, while our Canad'ian neighbors have had their velt anB the Attorney General, Re]presentative
war-time taxes cut since the shooting stopped, Manasco of Alabat;na, and the wriiter of this column. ,
but President Truman insists American ' citizens are President Truman, in a public statement said that
not 'entitled to anY' tax reduction at this -time. the "work of. the Commission shciuld prove of great
* ' value; and "that a bold, comprehEmsive, fundamental
J#E 0 FF Eft.
IATlSPACTORY
SERVICES'
AT ALL TIMES,

Dial 2111 Waynesville, Ohio
While the Congress has enacted legislation appro- review of the Government's and ,opera-
priating the money to carry out American aid com. tion is required if it is to meet tl e challenge of the
mitments overseas, including relief for Greece and modern world." It is believed former President
Turkey, the Administration may find it very diffi- Hoover will be offered the chairma"ship of the Com"-
cult to get Oongress to appropriate additional huge mission if.. he will accept. One half of the Commission
to support the Truman foreign policy program members are born the' Government, while the others
the,future. There are those who are already saying a17e private. citizens, with each catlegOl'Y, being I
"if we cannot afford to give American citizens re- divided between the two major political parties. Find ..
, lief from heavy war-time taxes, certainly we cannOt ings and recommendations of tlile Commission will I .' I
afford, to billions abroad fQf the {elief Qf citizens be reported to the 81st CObgresEI and to , Presi- ., B")' 'ackt, Op ' I Brl-..Te' W, ,a' y' S "
t :'The H6use has established a Special Committee of ' ... ' ill ' , I '
of other nationl." _ 1 , ,_ . j dent in , January of 1949. ,I , ;;Y:Y ' I
19 members to make a tJiorough study of world President Truman's proposal t I Congress to create ' 0 adO i 1 a n cl . Tar A p d , .', f
economi.c conditions, the need fo ' America 'd jssoo-ri-aH--A.-. ... .. m;' rH -.. d D . R .
b
,n,<HUV" ... 3 .. 0...... tlveway ecoating
a road, and the ability of the United States to fur- see Valley AuthOl'it'y, at a totaJl estimated cost of
nish such aid without injuring our own economy. The some . two and one-half billion d.ollars, is under at- I F R E E EST 1 MAT E S
will conduct its heariIl4t ana investiga- tack from all sides this week; Tthe President's pro- I .
tio!1s cJ,urln t,he Congr es iona.l I'ecess. The member- posa} received no legislative cQlrlsidel'8tion after it B B " S"'ROV' D
ShIP fjf. Committee will be made up of represen- was filed. As a , result of his yellLrs of experience in 1 . e ' e ' I.a;' ,
'tatives of the various regular legialative committees the Semite, Mr. Truman undouMedly knew it would 26 0 ' kw A LEBANO 0
0
1
the Hou ,having over Clifferent be impos.ible ' for Cong.... to ' ake action on this. a 00 venue N. Pho"l' 221-L
p ases of our nationaf and foreign poli- matteI; before. adjournment. ..... ,.o...-,,_ , __ (. ___ ,_ '- ' __ .. ..... :,
des. i '
FIRST
NEW SlJlTS '
William VS. ,E)ectric Auto
Lit e Company, money only'
claimed .$1000. and costs herein .ex'>.#'
pended
t
J'9hU Undel'coffel'. ,
,Farrell ' and Monzelle Gray vs.
Walter and Geor ge Bunce, co-
gnovit, Chartel's D, Maple.
The Standal'd Building and Loan
Co. vs, Nilkanth R. Chavre et aI,
for money amount I clai,med $6781.-
39 with interest at the rate of 80/0
per annum from 18, ,194 .
'foreclo u,re ' of, sale of
, real es,tate, personal N,dgment,
for such other and fUl'ther reHef
this plaintiff is entitled in the
p1'emises.
Dorothy Sullivan, a ' minor vs.
Harold Sullivan, a minor, extreme
cruelty, C. Donald Dihitush.
Dena Thomas va. Robert 'l'homas
E'.xtretne Cl'uelty, HaTold V. ,
Resil1gel'. " .' '
COMM0N PLEAS
The Federal Land 'Bank of Louis-
ville ys. A-nna F. Zecher . et aI,
cause dismissed without neord on
motion of. plaintiff,. ' -
' Elsie Marie Kabler/, va. , Irvin
Kabler, divorce to plaintiff, chil-
dren to plaintiff, defendant to pay
plaintiff sum of $1:7.50 per week.
, '
STOCK JUDGING ,CONTE:ST

" ", "SOftBALL GAME I' " .'
, I,. l
PONY for the CHILDtREN ' 1/
CPNTESTS for' the
FEED SACK DRESSES " FLOWER AllRANGEMENTS
BASKET DINNER AT THE .............. ,
NEW Lo.CATI9N, SOUJ"H M\IN ST.,
ACROSS FROM GRANGE HALL ,
2422,
Elizabeth Deck Vs. Emma Mar-
et ai" trial by jury; v.ict 'fIf
jury that papal' writing hi Jast will
'and. tesument of James Rolla Mar-
tin, deceased, judgment on verdiet
ordered. .. ..
Page' 7, The Miami Gazette ,
Waynesville, Ohio, No. 4326
July- 24 1947
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold - William B. ' Fortlage to 'rony Frank anp Lillian Sauter to AI-
Whitaker. , Morano 6 }.,ots in .Loveland Par. ,bert and Edna Workman 1 in
Mr.. Mrs. Walt r Kenrick Johln afid...Rena Turner to James . Fran1d.in. v..=..I,u.-----....o..--_ _ _ _
, entertainedevetal. relatives to WaldE!ckand Matjr KathleenBran- W. W. John and ,Rena
' . Mrs. Ralph Hammond l n - dinner Sunday, the son lot in South Lebanon. Turner' 0.17 acres in South Leb-

tamed the Lytle Card birthda'cYs of M.rs. Robert Hain s . and Earl.. Kirk to Ray ... anon. '
Thursda.y, ,ai1ernoon at M.s. , of Dayton and James Haines: mond 'and Martha Hannah lot in Earl Boyer .to Stanley' and Mar-
, Pion Ball d . . rca R?om. . ,Those who enjoyed the, Franklin. tha Watkins. 0.1.8 acres in Lebanon.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry . Tuck'- Mrs. Netite Emnck fell ,n occasion were: Mr. -and Mrs. B. Fortlage Ito Walter Britton Kendrick to Kend-
er had as tl1eir ho,u thi tht; at her home Th\.Hsd'llv William Haines, Mr. al1d Mts. Fries 3 lots in Loveland Park. rick '3.24 in twp.
week, their aauKh'ter, Mr. h,e: left arm at Haine ' and s n, Mrs. /. " "" , .
James Pa,rk and daug-htelis, WTlSt. lS,under the care of Viola Haines, Mr. , Norma
"P g,e:y.' , and .Teryi Sue of Mt. Dr: , 10 Lebapon, who Pounds -and son, Me rs. Elw od
Auburn. ' On Thursday Mr, ' took tl}e x-Ja:y. , a.nd Joseph Grassi, of Dayton , I'
Tucker's _ sister, Mrs. ' Jenny, Mr. Kerr 'Routzahn p f and M-r. and. Mr . Prank- Acker-
Bell of Somersvill arrjved to was ,a dinner guest man and, children of Vandalia.
a few days. ' " Sunqay pf, Mr. find Mrs" G y, .
Mis's Shardn Doster, littl.e Routzahn arid Russell. " ._
of .Mr. al1d Mrs. Clif- Mr. -Charles- Mullenix bas lie:- I n
ford 'poster of Spring-field is the turn,ed home , much' improv,ed toUr. '
house R'uest' of. her grondpar- fro tn' a twd we.ek's stay at lSt. 'PRO,CEEDI'NGS ' '
ents, - Mr. and Mrs.. Herbert ' Elizab th HospItal. ' , ' ,
Doster. Mrs. Guy' Rout,zahn and sgn; Estate of .dec d,
, MI:. ,Raymond ' BrOok,S,. w,ho Ru ell, spent Wednesday, Irene Baer,
sustaJl;;Led s vere leg 1I11uries her Mrs. WI,lham tory approved.
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I
"4WAT FARM INS'URANCE"
, I
Ohio Farmeri will give you broad protectIon apinst
on your ' fann. It coven your chattels, your
Wild your liability for accidents to other.. Why not see ' us today?
YO\l )'Ou're we when YOu're insured in the Ohio Farmer.!
several month ' aio whilt Tinne . and ch'ildr n ' _ Estate of L.
'cra.nkfng" a truck in home ' ville. L , Donald a'dmtmsti'a- , KID D k
e
I
garage '9n Clark ave11Ue, h,as Mr. A. P" Kvte 'ls now slm ly tor approved.. , " .'. ar . a In nsurance "5ency
recovered and a umed , ope.ra- recovering -from an iUne S 'j: a E!state .S .. de.c d, . (, Phone ,153 20 E. Mulberr LEBANON O.
tion once of his fillmg number f weeks , Juha Morrls, admlnlstratrlx flIed , __ . !, __ _ , y, ,
and on Main?t. MI', j hn ' first and finaraccount.. - . ' ' OHIO ,'ARMERS INIUUNaI COM.PANT
MJss _ Anna Mae and MISS Mr Paul J ohns in company 4
8
HI .AlMEUINl)IMNI'IYco. 4
Barbara DeBoard, dauRhters of "ifh Mis Mary Cook and Mr. by ,Item Third the Will <?f Charles .4 0 0 fJ,1I.
and. Mrs, of Parry Cook of ' Wavn sviJ.le, ,Reli, dec'd, Charles Waggoner -
Clarksville returned hom e visited' Mr Elizabeth Smitl. al pointed trustee. '
following a yisii with Goo d iunaritan H pi 'aI,
their Mr. ' Mae Da vton, Sunday eveninR. ' ESTATE TRANSFERS
DeBQard of Clark ave. Mr. and Mr ' . William Pe n- Luther and 'Ruth Wells to Inez
, The 'Mi i'onar Society 'of are ann,t1uncing til. birth Black lot in
the Jonah' Run Church In t f a I orn at tht! ' Rober't Joseph ,to
., at . the hom' , of Mrs. Wit , Ul' parent . at . Richmolnci
1
Joseph and Vh'gie Roettele 29.87 8 uy ina , an ,
Shldaker On after- Ky., July acres iri Ti.llltlecreek twp, ' ' " ,__ .. "
no n. Mrs. Shldaker had as co- MISS' Bqnnre Satterthwaite of Eiiz-abeth and Frederick Bium to
hostesse, her daUg'hter, Mr. near Wayn,esviTI \vas the week William and Viola Haslinger 1.23
Donald Coate.- cnd gue t of Mi s N Lo g- aCl'e in
Mrs. Ida Howe, who spent acre. . Bomineco and Victoria to
several days here th h u -.Mr, and ,Mrs. , Harold Stell), k, Delbel't and Vesta ' Ferris 6.31
guest of Mrs. Laura hidaker MISs Bern,lce She,el}an, Me,sl's in twp. , ,
retuned to h r home in Day- Jame Stemke ,and Walter Elm_Wilson '!:lnd Evelyn NIChpla$
ton. Monday. - . dine, il1 coml' an. , wit,,? friencr to Joseph Zecher 1 acre in Turtle-
M 1
' C I . W'l from Dayton vls1ted m CI es- creek twp. , '
;' rs. -,sa, ur wa -m. , . - terfieid, Ind. , S,un'day. . Josepp to Joseph Zecher, '
mm don , thiS , weekend VlsltmR: Mr. anct Mr. Paul Schne George Cline and William Prather
home of Mrs, . of Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. 1 acre in Turtlecreek. -' ,
B . ' F '1 ' . Back and ,s9n and, Mr. and Geol'ge and to
I ,e aVlI V rel1mon Milo MiltenbeI,(rer 'were ,SatUJ- William ..and Koltr 1 lot in
was held af Jacob s Pafk. Sun- , day eveninO' vue ts of Mr . . and F kl" ,-
day , "1"\ flitn m. , '
'Mrs. ,Enuna Kline', who. was Mr., Ratp!: to _ ........
the , hOll e (Yuest of her SI ter. fa r:nMl1y. A T ME ' tt "S'1 ward and 9.,.;
Mr. Osie ' Harlan during' last r. art,., r,s: " 1 99 acres, in,Salem twp. . .
week returned to her Davt n att.ended the: DIScussl9n Henry Morton tp Shilld and Jen- .
home, Monday.' , ' Fnday, evenmg at the, hom of . nie Kirby ' 2 lots in Franklin.
The Hilarity Clu" met with Harvey . Ry anq ina to
Mr, and Frank Mrs. John Zimmerman . of "Paul and and
of Oregoma, Sunday. , ' W,aynesvil1e, .Satulrda,y Alice Hamllt?n lot
Mr. and. Mrs, . Geor1!e, D.en- "with her parents Mr and Mrs'. In' -,_ ' , '; ,
electric freezer
family affair
'ley entertame'd ,the Adult Bible P. N.' Cornell.' ' . \ : , ." I O\vig'ht' and Thelma eller to
'L..ta,ss qf Run at M r: , and' Mn: Bartlett Mpnce Howard Teresa ,- .'
theM home, ev.enm1!1 'and 'Mr. 'W-i1bur 'Monce 'lot in ",' '. , ' .' , '
Local memb.ers of ; the. 4-H the former's and .Anna K oener to John, 'J:, efecttic:freezer 'is the newest help in
Club were fe,ted to a !n
p
to Mrs. Homer Monce qf Vinson 8.69 acres ' in" Hamilton ' in. g' surplus :c,rops4 When' ftuits or 'vegetables rna..
Coney Island, Thursda v. . at Miami Vaney Hospital I un- .
Mr, 'and Mrs. .daY ' afternoon. ' Mr." M(mce . " , " " ture fastet than you can use or market the;{i1, die
and Mr .. and un'derwent a maror " ,- ,
and fam1ty, :were m Cmcmna!l, on Thursday. _ ' , ]111 lh . freezer' a quick. easy method .. of
Sunday, al1
0at
trfP, . Mr. and, Mrs. Everett Barly ! , '< ' , e ,the ,lise",
, on the ! Island Queen. " - attended the Eastern Star 'ti \CI11C . .,',' ,. , ' . ' , ,
,,:?e. Bqy SCOJ,lts a f00d sutJper . at' Chautauqua, Sunda'y, '" ' " " , -. freezing is easiu canning and re
'" ,f
nda
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y
eventng at _ the ",': ,', ' Guns ,.hot to ' .' ' - . '. ", ' , ' d'
school Mr. and Mrs, wometf .too wild to 'hold in :this q1:l
ues
00,,:: te,:, P..f.()o " '
f bprder anq .sons't ' Geprge and' gun blaiing battle for fa\v .and > cessing. . " '
Ion 0 rs. a . Freddie, vIsited ,' oney Island "J'l:lstice ' . _ ., I. .
BO'R:an musIc for and other .pfaces of at. ' 0' "'Th R G' ') .:.i.:. " electtic 'fteezer you
tHe \ '" ,' ,,, C -" t" Th d' \ t ', n,: e , 10 I"-.ue, ,I ", . ", '
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' J es thorn- " mc10na I, ' urs , ,a. . ' Starring Gene Autry Sterlillg . b,v- butchermg ' wh'en y' ou and by' culling
. r. an . rs. f am , Bobby Morgan of .Dayton HoU d' I ' . -, , I , ,
bl}ry entertamed the Welcome is spendmK a couple oJ w'ek's ' away, A e e and .Bob ' youi floc' when .yout ' whkl} , birds
Bible ,Class Jonhas .Run' with.'his gr4
rh
l-parents, and, Steele. ""Plus: Qart.??n, " "
Chmch a,t ;.their home, Fnoay. , 'Ey'erett Ear-IY1 e'er de- Corn',epy, and , r.:hree- Stooges are not Bress,e'4 aodpGuItry can
A ... group of t9
cal
W.C.T;,U. parture' with his 1Itu;>t,her, :Mrs. '. " '-, " . fro, .zen hOm, . e ed' for,_, m, . .l .ls in
memuers attended the meetm1! RlIth Palmer for Phe( nix " '" " . -" " ' . " " "
held Monda v at 'the Oh . 't," . " ;27 ,I ri ..magillfl.G,epGe of 28 ' "the freezer. ". '. t ' '" , ,>
qua grounds near Franklrn.. Miss , Laura Rosna,g-l" of the ,west ' t\\ro brothers ",' , ':"
_ of Emma', EllIS; Cinc,in n ali is :a, 1lhr,e struggle with: ',ru:>thing in ,their ,1?o . get ,the }1l9
st
,
former, res,ldent are sqrry, week's. v.acation at the. . li,eaJ'ltsb\1t )late tor :eaeh' otber. cti,OQse,' w,,' ill .. t' pJ,e_.
to learn s,he IS Jllflt of r. /lnd'< Mrs. B 'et', .. ;.-- , PURSUED ', > , '
Rest and ' Teresa W1'ighl, " Robert " for all the you' Y I ,
,to her "ev.ery WIsh fot . " ' , Milclium w.;th Judith Anclerson , Couh.", .. A"g' ricultural , c,ao' give_ ",bu" a."" ,'. Ie, ,-" ,"'" "
, speedy recovery. ... '. D'IP. ... ' D' \ 1 J' : " ' ,,1 AI H I' ' , ." /' l' ( oJ!
, . Mrs. Ben Beckett: remains m :' JJ;I"'-" , agger a.n\,J. . an , a e. < , ' cOunSel4r ,consult the. Farm of I
Cincinnati to ,be near her moth- AIsq ': Latest
er
t
' Mrs., J,dhn , : 30 Pappy ' ,v-as' a lovable 31 The':_ n.ytan Liglitompaity serving ,
und'erwent a , ma'lor opera'h6n ' ". ' bi ' 'l " ,-' L_,f
li
" '.-'CJ ' '" ,
: in ,a hospital there, ' Monday. r:ascal In a o,ardmg lOUse whe.re )'Qur ow.'.' ' '.' '
-'Mrs. ,who is kno;wn hash was r:na,de of laughs ,
10cal1y is reported to , be , and _ loye. Soup s on . with ,
proving. ' , ' 'comedy. ,
,Easy Come; Easy Go
Sonny Tufts, Di.... , Lrtm.
STAMPS : anll
' MARKING ,DEVIOES, .
GAZETrE OFFICE '
..

\ .. Barry ' Fitqendcl. Also: Color '
.Car:toon and Comedy.
S71:Z ' or 2.S6.
RI'.VBRSE CHARGES
,

, OLEAN 'RAGS W AN?mD-' MUST T' h 'd ' h ' ,
, "T - ,.' ' , e resl ents of t e
J)e 1h0O\ts., ate,. tak1!l jgi a wide interest in
. Mrs. ' "' BQgan's
. st, . .' q.n . 2143 , band 'has' -,made' sevelj3.1 "
:FOR " ,appearances recently. ,Members
. indude 'Miss Mari,lyn Connely
FOR RENT Two Unfurnish- Ernst, " "Budd.y" Moore ' and
, ed Rooms . In ' Waynesville. 9ldria Ann qf the
, Pho'ne2982. ! _ .. MISS
, I . '. " " . MI.SS' Ma,ry ,
, 'F._nama RrlCh'ard an.d
, .,' , I' ' . MISS Janet DOsteJi ' and, theIr
,One Unitt' ola,r.lnetS'; '. Miss .. Shirley
46 ,ana ' t 9' features thebeWs.', and . Wilbu"r
Of Etjuipmellt. Frank CoilneHy :' flie' I cym_'
Conway, 2 Miles, North of bats. !ne alto are,
Springboro off State Route by Mlss/, Joan Beckett and Mlss
741. -7-31 .Laverna',. Reeder. E u e n e

Room For Three Riders To
Phone Waynesville,
2903. , Hours From ,8 p. m.
to 6 a. m: -7-25
5
BUY" .............. OW
Clarke is the ,bass drummer and
AUCTIONEERING
STANLEy.... KOOCiLER
"1' '"1'
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CIllo. "0'" Oar lIE
USB GAZBftB ADa ___________ -.:...;....;..
Miss Barbara Walker and
Mr. " Jimmy Mittel' were ' the
Saturday .,I{uest of Mr. 'and Mr .
Richard' Miller and C1aug-hter, of

! .
6AN'D and GRAVEL
B,LACK-TOP DRIVES
' rAR and ROAD OIL ,
NORRIS B&OOK
OtmdNl8Jt.1 UI'Jon stoct
Live 8nd Pto8'reIIIlve. An,
Ol'Ca.nJz&ttQD eeoood to JIOD8.
Sbl1ctly sellera on - the beet
an around ,Dl8I'ket in Ule
" eotmtT,.
servlee That SatllUea
wmo Daiytoor 12:30 E. 13. T .
D1al 1300 - wrLW CSnc1mJatt
,12:40 Dlall '100 for OUr
DallY Report.

_1
MORROW No. I
LEBANON Office 'Ult I
BES. UIL _ "
LAWN aDd FI,LL DI'RT
READY-M'IX CONe,RETE
EXCAVATING and DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
ACCORDI"G ,TO SIZE AND CONDITION
CALL '
SI': /'. .
" Whe,ul,er ,you plan- tq', BtJlLD Q,f ju. t "FIX-UP" y'our ,
, pr,esent house" see us for your , roofing, insulatibn .and ,
lumber needs. - ." . '. , , . .
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! '.. .
TYPE TALKS 1
u , .
by John S. Turner
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\ Denver" Col.,. July 25-' Th
,city a mile and till con.
sidered at the fi t.bilts of
Rockies. That always .
funny, How a city a, mil hlg'h ,
is .. consldered at the
foothills and. not, at lea t, one
of the foothill .
But today we g. t a sample
of the height of orne of the
Hackies whe.n the rl\diator Of
th . car boil d-:clry, 'because of
high altitude, ,near the t p'.
of Lookout Mountain and ' all
we had to fiII it ,vi.th wa . a.
'< paper cup. Never , knew f r
how many cup . of water a
Chevrolet radiat0r hold. v
We . went' up on L kont t
see ,,,here Buffalo Bill Cody
Established 1850
WAYNESVILLE,
. No. 4327 $ t.5 per -Year
a H 10, Thursday, July
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Sc a "Copy.
31, 1947
I
I
EDWARDS PROPERTY
SOLD TO 'DA YTON
BUYER RECENTLY ,
The home on Thil:d tre t
f( rmerly ,built hy Or. Hain ,
and a.t one time con iderect as
one of ' th fine t h mes in th '
town, wa 01 re ently by the
owner, Mi s Margaret Edwa.r
t R. G. B nit tt 0 fDa y l n,
who wi ll 0 cupy the pr pedy'
immediately. .
. Thi home a lately fill ed
with , ma,ny aluable antique"
that ha ve b en- disp ed of
' . the hit owner, Mi s Edward,
" '
Band Boosters Give
Band Mothers Credit
Locker Plant Now
, Accepting ' Foods ..
. .
Final'" . .........
,made t the freelln ' equipmen
fit the Waynesvit1 ' Locker " ....".lrlU'....... _l
PIa,nt . week and all kinds
of fruit, ve ' table .. and meats
are being accepted for storage.
Grading work around the plant
is al 0 , bein done and in the
rear of th building a hugh
.. 2,QO, . allon ci tern is , being
constructed .. According the ' Mr'.
Burnet manager of the
,plan construction, this latter
in tallati 11 i . bing made in.
tead df a water ften' r; which,
,ouJ.d PI' ve more expensive
due t the cost of op ration,
oft ,\ a.te r fr m thi ci tern can ,
Ac ,rding t a ht ment 'f 1. u. c i v r h. ,pumping it back
WilJi Hunter, Pre ident f the . after it has erved its
' Bal\d B tel's CI uh, $ . 5.00 ' in c. olin,, the pumps ein the
ha b en paid : t . that r fre zlI1g ' om partment. . Water
zation on mu i al in rum fr nx' thL: .. ul' will also be
to dat. The ' Clllh wi he ' t u e j f r the boiler and will tend
take thL rtunity to thank io redue ale. and ther in-
was burled and t rr through
the mu, um dedicated to his
life. AS we were parkin a littl
b y in the next car aid' to hi
dad "Hurry Da'd, let's , go sec
where the huffal . wa ' uried."
I . don't think old Bill wo uld
-h.aY.e. _appreci,atect that.
ever: ne f r thei r. h Jp. juri LIS lIh tan es b.tained in
'TRAIN OF TOMORROW- Packed fult of, mechani al marvel s, Mr. Hunt r fmth r tate til l- gular ity \vat r.
th .G neral Motor Train f T morr w; pictured a,b v t will be Band Bot rs,vi h to clear Ll R All equipnent 'fol' the opera- H e t Ml v' een,q l).ite :t
man. As a b,uffalo and 'Indi an'
hunter he is' tec'ognlzed a top.
But there is one more honor 'I
would like to add to the Id
Colonel's' list. If he. po d for
the photograph and pa.int-
ings of himseJf that are hung
in that mu eum, he i also one
of the C tllJn'tFies 'all-tim . lead-
on exhi,pit in Dayton (rom 2 to 9 p.m. dai.ly, Aug. 2 through a statem nt in the la t i f tion r the ing rooms ' is
5;" While in Dayton, ,the .train will b exhibited Oil the the Gazette re ,arding- the Band now III tailed and r a' y for
and Ol.lio track.S at street ' level immediately Quth of Dayton . ter working f r l)and uni. work. A 'band meat saw,
Uni ,n tati n On Ludlow sheet een by thousands of per ns in f rm . H sa.id, "We are work- ,grind r, meat slicer, lard mak-
variou citie in which it ha been di play d durin r a current ing for in truments fot the band ing ment, p0rk cuting
six month tour, the , Train f T m rrow.i expected to atha:t as th'e fir t p.r j ct. Unif rm equipment that automatically
hugh crowd while it is in Gayt n. will be the e ' nd pr jed." inj ects the proper amount of
in models.
Most 'of the day we pent ip
the Rockies and dWn't !Yet that.
first gHmpse of a mountai n.
Local Scout Troop
Records . Camp Week
But Thursday while The H uting' ; was put into
travelmg .the la t \\ .eek when 'eight
area of an 111m I town. thr e boys--and their I ader :went to
small go.ats, they were Camp Hook. To follow the
ran ut m f car an ., ' we ks aCtiv.ities would prol ably
, started . playmg. Th II own I tak this ntiLe i sue of the
s from . curh f f , .,Gazette, sd we wiIJ try to hit'
.them to. get out of, the the hip"hlights. .
.everpah ot mot fists blew
their 11 rn: I had vi i<fns of ' . l
a
unk wa the
of tJle jump (Ir tHmg. JI1 of
on the car (they wm do uch busmess ,WIth. medical .r.
things) and r;emain ther f T ' and cla SJflcatl ns
the re t of the trip, hut all this followmg. The cere-
'!lother g0at remained ,.- Flag R?le w.a .an
no IuS ed on the other cur lmpresslV Ight with , eighty
whatever iti go.at: . four Cam
chew such times. But they taff padl " Supper a?d
PICNIC
DATE
"While we are talkihg. ah ut curing ' oluti n in comparison
uniforms, we think thi i a t \veig-hf f the' ineat 'being
R d time to tate. that the cured, smoking closet, chicken
Band Mother, ',ho backed the picker, these are the major
The Farmer Grange No,. 1 hant!1 LIP to the organizati n f piece of equipm nt installed
trad .planhed for a picnic to be the Band Booster, had worked and read:y to e u ed, in the
held on aturday night, Augun fo.r a uniform fund. They had praces ing d partment, _
2, but to official of (lC'umulat ct th .11m f $1,114 , Friday and Saturday,. August .
the Gra'nge thi date ha I en which rno t erta\nl repre ent- , 8 and 9 has been et hy the
canceled and . til" .new at wi:ll ed an enormous amount f Board of Directors of 1>he I ck ..
b an.nounced r .. ' , . hard work. Jt 1 ur opmlon er .plaI)t 'as the oftlcial " pening
' A regular meetm wlH that th Band 'Mothers sheul At this .tim th plant will .
held -at the local qran e HaJI have . the rI 11t -to , . a.y be open yisit r and a
on aturday night WIth a health . and how. they goin, plete , showing 'and
program , and .a to sp nd th.e money' for which of all part of th plant wi.t.l be
speak r _W!l .... Wi ll talk on thl .. they w rked further stated Mr. made.
subject. Special music i . alSi Hunter' ,
eing arranged. "It . Has been . brought to our
Plants No"
, .
Taking AppliCations'.
attention that several people
wisl7J to contribute t tne uni-
f rm.fund nly. M!y V(e sugge t
that these people giv to Mrs.,
Sfanley Bailey the fun s .they
wish to donate a'nd be a urea
F a'tmer's ' Picnic .
(
left an so did,' we, ' then t9 eyemug Plr
S I , I ' d' f t ,' ,. "'lhere on mtrodudlOn ' of tb'e R xanna 'and' Corwin
o we ve' a me, I.I) < nature man, he produced a f911T . 'fhl:> 'Wa' rre'n' County P'armel'S
. th'at it will' be ,used for uniform
O.nl y, tated Hunter.
Saturday, . 2' 1
and go d tune Indiana t plants of the' Roxanna Canning ,
. ' . , . . .. . , " foot back snake, ffom hi Picl)ic will be 1:teld at'the Leba-
IlhnOls, Nli and pocket. ' Group singing and are ' now , n h fair'groul1d n aturday,
ha ve no. s.peed limIt camp . chatter cia 'ed \ the op-en. 'applications for work at both t . t
only restndlfig the fat 0f speed ing days activities and Tap factories to an ' Augus 2, ' nl];) 'a1 0,,:00
'Cbntlnuecl on Page ' 5) e ! d d . , nouncement made in the Cl. m. and c 'tlOtil 4 :'06
, . , re 'soun e . p: I m. County

the bugle ble\.v us ' but of bed ' .pu1;>1Icahon .. ueti id'arri'S0I1. 'F, ' -WhittamQr.e,
. (Qoritlnuetd on pqe '5) . . " for the plants by the Churngo-ld age 57,' p ' assed a ...way at ' his P . Iii) ' ;;
. f Cincinn:a.ti. . " ony "acd, S ..
owner of the cilthin . factorie ' . home. on Third street, . Thurs- and. Shoe' wilt "
S
"h D the tinle 'fbr day, ,July 24 at 5 :25 m. 'stad the day's actlv ties and at "
, WilJ C. ':Iiidtenor, age ' 79, ',II.t " r egree ,Ol!, He is by his wife, 1 :00 a;' m. a five stock judg-
d
I . , , at the' plants will Come at a Mary, tw' 0 ...... daughters, Mrs. I'ng contest of 110"ses, :. cattl'e,
passe. ,aWay. ,a ,illS . lQ.me . J t rI t t .. . cr t d th t I
, Springs" near Harvey burg ' on I t!., an ' ge'" ' , a er e .'''. 111 Ica e :at .. Vernon Horti, . Richrnond, , sheep hog wi,ll 'be held. :.
Monday., July 28 ' at 3 :15 t:11, ' U. ' "'1J t.urned,.n n0W for w,? rk Mrs. Lyle Hill, bexington, Ky., The -ba ket dinner i ch:eduled
Hie tesulLof "a paraly'tic", stroke. ;]'. . <! , . , . . ". , aJpllca'!lons. WOllld .. be . n, " to h.eld 5 P., "rn. ,ap.d,
. ,suffered Friday; , '. t ,southeTn qmvenJe.nt , than ctlirl.n th prfr_ JtosGoe ' and Tommy .. . at .. 1 :30 p. A m:' the. War .en
Mr. Tichenor was a pr'a,etk .. : OhIO ,Granges "the III h. " . ' . . of .' ',' Fish., and Game "",
ing" attorney". in his youngei, th d.egree :at. 111 " . A?yope cQntemplatmg wor.k . . ' servi es were ciation wi.ll give a trap sh00ting'
ears but later became . a poet, _Xema, last Fnday- mght. F'ft.een . m d.oes n It. ducted , at 2 p. m. del110nstrati n. .
and historian. Hi ' of the sta,te - have a ' Secunty numbef" at, the. ChlHch, . The bandconsert given'. by'
Qutstanding ' c0mposi.tion was bon '!I.
ere
on hanp to should obtam PIlCf-. ,:WIn. James, tam-h, the Gas
HGlorious 0llio" a s'oQg .that at '.,: confermg degrees... at the . offlclatmg. . . ' " ' Co. 45-pIBce. banp wrtl ue ,held.
' one time was ton iqe,red ,by the . A!f1.ong the,' 14,'Op candidates at the '; ,'" . The bQdy was removed at 1 :4S p. m,. ..
,Ohio leg.lslature. for adoption as ,rec,elvmg Mr, and , offIce any ,dl!fll- Ky. <:>11 . q1dlYIQlual coil
the official state . s.ong. yre also Mrsi ,A . . H . .. .. , and culty IS III mornmg by: the $tubbs tests held ,at3 p. ,m ..
had \V-ide , circulation 011' his Mrs.', S. S .. Elhs, Mr: and Mrs'. , th.em ,out, at the Home and bUrial Judgmg contest ha$ .> beeu'
4'Guide ' t'o Pt. Anciene' \vhich Therl'e Jones, . Mr . . and Mrs, :v
m
plant be to aSSI.,t were held . artanged for w'omen, to ,be held ,
has lJeen used 'for years as the J:rnest 'Harlan, . Mr and Mrs. . 111. ..emetery, Monday 'at 11 :00 a. m. according to
most accurate in existence. Jesse Prendergast, Mr. and Mrs. thIS. dlstnct sh?uld be tq. Bay, Home
Survivors induded ' his wife, Edwin Surface, Mrs. . Amos . Security, Board. FIRST BEEF BROUGHT .' This includes "Sack'; dresses,
, Lutie and a sister, Mrs. Laurtl'. Cook, Mr. Robert Crew,- M.r. 202 .Federal TO MONDAY table " boquets gar.den
Beave-r of Chicago. I ' :4
Uon
' Earnhar,t; Mr. .. " ' To Edward Gilliland and boquets .. entries I i
funeral services were con.. \\1.j son' and , Mr. Ernest Cook. A SOCial Sec4flty Ernest Butterwor.th goes the WllI ,be allowed .. .
ducted today af 2 :O,0 p. m. ' . This was of (\bout fif- !Dust be secured before hoilors of in the first Oldest. person presen.t, olde .
the McClure Funeral Home m teen such meetmgs be held IOn can be made , for work I fl . beef to be placed in the new couple, married GOUe
Waynesville with Rey, . .1. P. ; the state. At a meet- any fac.tory. Waynesville J,..ocke:l{ . Plant. p1e, auto-
Thornbury . of rng m Thufsd.ay They each brought in an Soo mobile famIly !he .
The body nearly 1400. recelV- , Mrs. Ray Mainous . has been pound on Tuesday morn.. . dlstanc.e will receIVe
. to a crematory. - ed the state degree. 'Very sick the past week. ing of this week. - special awards.
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J
G. C. P. CLUB HAs
WAYNE PARK
The G. C. P; Club h l d ' i t
last me ting- at Park
Jul y 14 , a picn!c. A
umptuou di nner was enj y d
by all . Tile af.ternoon was
pent enjoj ably in t he po 1.
The G. C. p,' softball team
lost to Otterbein H me at -t h
park July 17'.: ur t a.in ' em ,
to be the small st i n t he c unty
but. all enjoy l aying.
RECEIVEs HIGH
IN RAINBOW GIRLS , ,'
Mi Barbara L u Bl and,
daughter of Mr. and Mr " Gl enn
Bl and, was reatl y honored OD
unday yening wh n he re.
eei ved the "Grand ,Cro s f
' at the Rainbow 'for
'Gi rl s Assembl y at the, Ma oni e
in Ci ncinnati. Th,i
' honor is" onl y gi ven t ho e Wl10
'(to outstanding work in The
Rainbow f or: Mr. and Mrs.
'Bland and the randmother,
Mrs. L. C. t J hn wi tn sed
t he b 'autiful eel m n .
Rev. and Mrs. R. B. ' Col eman
vi si ted the 'past week with their
daughter, Mildred a , Cham-
pai gn, Ill., and with Mr. C I -
man's brother, Mr. . M. T.
'McColm and f amil y of Ma_.
wood, Ill.
SEVERAl:. NEWS ITEMS
DELAYED BECAUSE OF
MECHANICAL UPSETS
,Severa'l news items and s me
of our regul ar colum'ris ar e not'
printed thi s week due to vari ous
mechanical difficulti es enc un-
tered just at pre s t ime. '
Thi s copy i s heing and
will he u ed next w ek.
He' are rr hut t h de'l ay
i s una voi dabl e.
- ' The Edit r
' The annual Ohi '" r hard
.Day meetin at W t el' i
, scheduled' f or Thur day, Au 1I t
21. One of the speakers will
-- Many Common on
I ,No facts a .. elc 'of Them
Color of . Coat No Index to D
Finds
Despite the fact that no animal
has been more 'closely associated
with mank;ind through the ages
than the dog, a large portion of
pUblic, includmg many own-
ers, still entertains a ,surprising
number of fallacies pertaining to '
dogs, . states the Gaines Dog Re-
search Center. Y,ork' City.
Old wives' tales and supersti-
tions, handed down for genera-
tions, are still firmly held to in
many sections, notwithstanding
,
the fact that ' inv.estig;i-
tion has Ip}'oven these stories to
. be than amusing'
bits of folk-lore, it says. '
aerament,
An amazing number of people
believe, for instance, that mongrels N In b t b t
are' smarter, healthier, braver and 0 guess a ou W a a pure-
more loyal than pure-bred dogs. bred puppy will rrow IIIto.
There are undoubtedly a great of any other Clnd dai'lI; spou
number of cross-breds which pos- and markings on a only in-
. sess all thes.e attributes to a high dlcate that ' he is dE!scended from
degree, but , the that ancestors carrying " heavy color
'lnixed parentage creates a superior pat ches-nothing InIDre.
,animal is :absurd: Were this fad Besides holdin'; '\ unreasonable
true, mongrels would be com- . ,.. ,
manding tel> prices as companions Ideas about the themselves,
and guardians, while pure-bFeds people also have strange
would be a drug on the market. ' about the proper care of
The belief that mongrels are d<?gs. One of the most per-
hardier thah pure-breds may have SlStent J.S a. 111!llP of sulphur
come into bemg as a result of the placed 1Il s ben-
fact that the average mongrel, if elits a dog s Vll'tues
injured or ill, is generally' left on as acts as a
his own to live or die while the ' purifier, extermmatEis worms, lID-
,owner of a' pure-bred usually' .. gloss,i,ness , to tbe coat! "cools,
secure veterinary attention. It blood,; to
stands to reason that the pure- thIS l?racbce. sub-
bred dog, which has had g.ood care stantlate, any of thIS, !l matter
and proper food from puppyhood 'lJf chenustry, sulphu;r IS msoluble
on, 18 likely to be the sounder' lD .and, a block of wooq in
specimen than the cross-bred the drmking bowl would do Just
Which, has grown up on a "catch- as much good.
as-oatch-can basis. As for intelli- Many times a friend or neighbor
gence . if mongrels were smarter will remark to the owner of an
and more loyal, why are pure- overweight dog, eel." !;ee that ,your
breds for guiding th,e blind, dog has a go04 .horne.'1- The dog
serving with the armed forces, I home
l
but cer-
on' rescue WOrk? . tamly not a, wIse olne, lOr a
"-
He ' Answered Call
.Of Opportunity,
, A typical story of American op-
portunit y is the life of Earl Owen
Shreve, new President of the
States Chamber of Com-
merce. ,
' This hard-work-
ing son of Iowa climbed the
bottom to one of ..the top executive
posts in the General ' Electric Co.,
as vice-president in charge of cus-
tomer relations. '
Born in Mapleton, Iowa, he had a
, job at the turn of the century as
station agent and telegrapher at
Harrisburg, S. , D., . with the ,
eago, Milwaukee and, at. Paul ,Rall-
roaa. He got so interested in his
work, he went to Iowa State Col-
lege at Ames to study electrical
eniineering. Then, with ' a degTee
in eleCtrical engineering, h'e jomed
General Electric and startl!tl 'his
climb. '
/
Pao- e I, Th Mi ami Gazette
July 31, 194 7
,r ach wiU have
be t chan e fal1 ,t ratIfy
t heir appet ites ince prewar
The nati onal p,each crop
\vill be the l arg t ev r t -
ed, and sugar i ff the rahotl
li st.

. .
chine and Mi x-er; ' 3 0
Pall ets; El t:dri c M t r;
In Good C ndi tton. :,
LAMB'S GROCERY
Railr'oad Ave:, ,Corwin
j
......
J
Comes Eirsfin Home
WHITE ,HOUSE PAINT
BARN PAINT - RED and GRAY
ALUMINUM and GREEN PAINT
PORCH and FLOOR ENAMEL '
GRAY and BROWN
, e H. A. Rollin, Univ rsity f
Co'nnecticut. Exhil it a,nd -e..:-
f orchar equi p-
ment are' planned. . '-
A behef common in many pl&'ces over-fed dog s chanc:es for a long
is that the color 'of a dog's coat life are materially r leduced. He is
indicates his tempe,ramen\ and oeing killed w,ith mIsplaced kind- ,
character. One theory is that red ness. The dog .whose! 'owner regu-
' (reddish-brown, really) dogs ate Iates the feedmgs so as to keep
inclined 'to be savage and aren't tbe animal in \Igoad flesh" (trim,
to be ' trusted.' , Anotner opinion but not WilT be a hapPler
holds that certain heav,:v dark and healthier pet than the wad-
. ";lg, wheezy
peJ;'ior ' hunting ability. The color lDSISts on feedmg hun too wen.
of -his coat hasn't tne slightest re- The maxim, "A lean horse for' a
lation to .a dog
1
s disposition. Tnere long race," true for
are just as many ,entle, friend,ly, dogs, ,ccordmg to the Research
intelligent dogs wlth red , as
WAYNESVILLE,
Est ablished in 1892
, '
. "
FOR FIFTY-FI VE YEARS THIS
Justly to discriminat e, firml y ___ ___ ---.-" __ ....
to establish, \visel y t o pr seril e,
and honestly to ...
are the tru,e aims'.and dut i es of
critJci sm.
:F'UNERAL H __ 'DESK 2 .50
HAS OFFERED 'THE COMMUNITY
A COURT,E9US AND '
SERVI-CE
1 f ast a' fion alld l ivel y Z
tun'e in thf - ' ;s tor y of attl '
ru tier of the Ol d ,\V'e-t. :
South of the Chisholm Trail
with Starrett, Smiley
Burnette, Al 0 - , "
they' r tKk again the

' " "'IIJ -ii' postman's on the "run. .


, .. Blondie's Big Mome1lt "
:,, :0 I ' ' " : : -,Penny Singlet0r,t, Artllur ' Lake
. ' , '
' ,-, . - ,', '.. , . 3 l'he harJ.kno, ks,. eh ,,1 4
" ' ", '
, 8Ur'LD:I,NGS,. CHATTElS LIABILITY m \" ter y that keep yl 'll W n:'
"4-*AY ".ARM INSURANCE" :
in the OWo give you brQad ' protecUoo apinst losses I \\' ith Dick Powell,
<Xi yoUt. farm. It c:ov.eJls your buildings, your chattels, your autC?mobile-- 'I ' Lee J. ' Colbb a'nd Ellen
and, your lhbmty for' accidents to others. Why not see us tpday?, " 1" Drew. ," Ph.! : News a,nJ Co lin
. eel' Obi P , " Cart oon . . 'You -(nil , JOU'n saf.e wben you're i,nsur .ID Ule 0 , armen
----
, . 6 Sew'are , the! ' fl oati llg , 7
K
' arl' . D' e ,' Dak.eD' ,Ins' u' nee' Ag ' eney hand. It's hea ' l V, in
, iI I this thril'1in.(!, spme-tmglmJ;

.Dh?ne_ 15. E. 'Mulberry" l.EBANON, O. I story of a man go e mad.


- - The Beast With Five Fingers
: OHIO ,'ARIlEalINlulWMI CO",ANY I with Robeit Aida, Andrea King
and Peter LoRe.
:. .." MIM." IND_n fJII. _ -=-- Also: Tech.licolor Musical .
. , .-
.
i SINGLE15< DOUBLE 25< I
.. ..-.. ..... f .. ........ ..... . ...
', in LIV',NG,' ROOM FURN;ITURE ', and
, BREAKF I\ST SETS . - ,
GENERAL Et.ECTRIC' CLEANERS WALLPAPER'
G .. E. BULBS NU ENAMEL KEMTONE'
.,
South Main Street across from Grange Hell
Te'epbone 2422 WAYNESVILLE, 9HI0
Page 3, Th '
"N(lYIl viII', hi ll
Thur da. , Jul y
St.p Shelves SavI "
. Space iii Cupboards
"pROBLEM CUPBOARDS" with
decp shelves are 'wasteful of
space." writes Rpse S. Florea, in na-
Capper's .Farm.
er. .
"A section of step shelves or nar. '
row straight shelves between wide
ones gives' more space," she writes
In the magazine read by 1,300.000
'arm families. 'Little staoklng Is
necessary. Such shelves use the
space between articles on a abelf
. and the ,shelf above. They ate eas-
Ily constructed. ,to fit any cablnd
and can be' made from scrap lum
ber."
METHODIST CHURCH
R. B. Coleman. Minister
Sunday choqJ 9 :30 a. m.
. J. J.
War hip
Youth F lI owship
, Thursday, 7 :J0 pm.
MT. HOLLY METHODIST
'T. M. Scarff',
Sunda SchoOl 9 :30 a.m
. E. A. E.arnhart, Supt.' .
W-ership Service 10:30 a.m.
'Evening Service 7 :30 p.m.
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel N. Minister .
,7 :30 a.m., 'M01:nin6l, Prayer,
Cha,rles R. Mebaffie, Lay
10 :00 a,m. , MornIng Pra.yer and
ermO;11 , Ja.me A. Ba,ker
Lay Reader
'. UTICA E. U. a. CHURCH, '
Rev. A. J. Furstenberger
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
Mrs. J ame Garrison, Supt.
'1 t :md 3rd Sundays
each month 10 :30 a.m.
FRIENDS
First Day SchoQI 9 :30 a.m.
Meeting for WOf?hip
,10 :30 a.m.
-
ST.
Father Krumholtz, Priest ,
. Mass 7,:30 a.m. and ' 9 :00 a.m.
" .
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FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST
HlllH 111 0 11
n
E\'eni n (Y
"
,
10 :'" n.m.
t I: 0 Il.m.
:. O' p.m.
Huge Demand Seen
. For 'capital Goods
Under the surface of busine$s
exists huge pQtential demand for
building, machinery, transport
equipment and other types of
capital goods.
This 'is' pointed out by Earl ' O.
Shreve, ' President of. the United
States Chamber of Commerce, in a .
plea for nat-iona! policies to
courage industrial exp;:lnsion.
,The filling of underlying d.emand
for capital goods, Mr. Shreve said,
would sustain production, and
ployment 'at high levels for years
and "keep near-trem business re-
cession within ,the limits of a n'lod-
erate letdown.'" .
To long-range indus-
tri41 expansion I,md capital invest- ,
Making TOJ OF CHRIST { .
. Ralph E. MiDiater
- ment, Mr. Shreve proposes: (1)
Slashing of Federal tax rates; (2)
Reduction in government spending
and application of part of the sav-
ings to debt repayment; (3) labor
reforms to aid industrial peace;
' ( 4) cooperation with other nations
to m'aintain world peace and ex-
pand.'world trade.
An old set of bookshelves painted Bible School 9 :30, a.m.
to ha1'tllonjze ,with the 5urrouncfuaga Morning Wbrship 10:3'0 a.m.
makes a convenient for chilo Youth Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
dren to store to the Adult', Prayer Meeting, 7 :30 p.m.
Home editor of nationally. Evening ' EvanveJistli'c Serv'ce'
Circulated Capperls Farmer. ' The l') I
playthings are kept in better con- , . 8 :1.5 p.m.
dition than if thrown helter-skelter ' A fnendly Church With a
in a box. ' . , 00 pel Message
Po tmaster L. H; Gordon Ie,
. turned to, hi s at the local
Post Office his week aft I' an
absence' of about ' two mont h '
due to inn,ess. His many fri nds
welcome him 9ack.
Plldlc DI,ap.r Co,.r"
futs lib,'. Washing,
H
OME-MADE plastic diaper coy
" era fashioned out of 'the same
kind of material used in shower
curtains can save young mothers an ,
eDdle... amount of wasIm1g, Mrs.
Robert C. Miller points out in Cap-
per"s Farmer, .. leading farm mag "
aztne. .
'Mrs. Miller that before, .!;le
thought of this idea, that everything :
in her' bed bad to'
be ' chan.ed almpst ' as often '8S bis
diaper. ;,
"1 rubber pants," .he
"but they cut bis fat HttJ!!
legs. '-'
. "ISO I bought
of plastic 0 material. The 40 incb
fabric was cut in half, lengthwise.
Each 20 x 27 inch piece was doubled
to a 20 x size and' sewed to
.ether at the edge opposite the fold
The' narrow' seam was turned to the
wide. Then a thre-j3-quarier mcb
,hem was 'stitcbed at each.
Througb these tum-dOWJ:lI I threaded
cotton tape. , .
"Eacb of , the two ftnisbed article.
mealUl'ed about 18 incbe. wide and' .
18J,i inches Ion,. Atter 1 pin the
diaper on the baby. I put' the cov
er on aIld tie at e.ac:h .lde. The
material I. ioft and folds between
,. the lei.. The extra width 'ls ,ath.
erect In at the top b, the draw
Itrln,.. The covering il no Inore
blndiD./'than the diaperi yet it
teepa his sleeper. and bed dry at
nJlbt and rompers ,clean durin.
the day."
Thia Pnple device, writes Mrs.
JIlDer, hal greatly reduc:'ed washin .
, .,. G&Z&I'IB CL&88D'DD ADS
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WA \ NESVILLE CHURCH
Robert L. VanZile, Minister
Bible Scho.ol ' - 9'!30 a.m.
, ,
puree' .. ' Ice 'cream lAIIU1aa 1D
tar or IUlDmer " ' ' . I
I , '.
B
ERR1E$ mljbty. telllPUn. ,wateI:loggui. the trult. ' '.'
'. . joat a. . "When leveral ,pounds of berrIes
temptlDa winter onel. For by flIeez.. are ' washed, stemmed or c:apped;
.1Da the ftnely. flavored you, you are' ready to mix them Witl;lau
can bave ,treatI ,the year ar or cover them, with' alrup-cle-
around, Donald K. Treiisler pending. on 'Jour preference and
III Capper'. Farmer, a whether or not you want to ute the .
m .... e. , frozen berries for .des.ert uc" ..
f.l!o p'eserv.e the ,ood taltetbat . "In 8lUni container. for ' the
ffHb beme, bav,e,", be point. out, freezer, allow incb space at ,the
should allow them to rip. . top of eacb one for exPansion dur-
_ OIl bulb, ' and handle ,them ina freedn,. Follow the manufac-
.ently In prelJ8rlD' them for the turer'. lnatructions ' for c1oaIn. or
freezer. Avoid extra bancWn, in sealiDa variOUI Ope. of container
washing by placing them In a colail "Bemes or aD)' fruit covered with
der 01' ba.ket with _aU, op8'nJng. Ilrup teDd to ri.e the top. To
aDd lwish it thrOUIh water contaiD keep _. III the Ilrup, cnuh
Iqlce until berrie. are clean. The piece cd was papel' aDd place It
Ice water keep, the biirie. 11m Iiilirea the' fruit and tile Ud or
ad pnventa blee41D. aDd freealD. coatamer."

John . 'TLII:ner, ttl;' i fart;li1y ;
:tre toul'in (lo the \\est rn states' '
for the . next hvo w eks. JOhl'l'S '
Illmll Talks" appear"'!
in 0' in the Miamj Gazette '
will . a fir t-II1.l1d- account
f th ' hi gll1i ht f the trip.
WELLMAN
Mrs. A. T. P lin ky, ' daugh-
t r, Maril yn and mother" Mrs.
J s ie H > man have been in
COMING, 'SUNDAY
Wellman h m
pi nic will ' be h I
Chicacyo thi ,past week and
Mr: A. T, lin k joined them
J ac L Ii nic )'r unday
Au o' u t \ Ev, r n w lcome.
11 Tue day. Tbey will all
N w York f OI' a further '
vacati n.
Brii1 ' ta I e.
, '.
NO DOGS AllOWED'
g - nor Ladi ' either _ ' 0,
I' h w p rftlI1l ' d- ' -
- n matter h \V perfumed j
r , that m It ' '
No
-diff r .nt kind \ m
jO(( all wed- N 0' all we j-No j ogs allowed
01 m the tink f it-
- Ex II e- I mean
! c me to think of it
mlltter h "w it , III IL- r \Vh re it melL
. It cann t ' m 1\ in her
d 0' all \v d-N 's all we j-N
It an l( (\ ny wher it " ant t o mdl
But it cann t mell in h re
matter h w mart it is-
. - N r Inn ua e it an pell
It an neither pell- r mell in h re
a. gs all w d- , ' No d g- all wed-N d 'S allowed
right 1 947 1 tan f 'I'd en, Morrow! Ohio ,
A milli 11 dbllar lyriC. tanf rd Bogen . f Morrow, Ohi should
ca h Jth hi s anlUsin catchy lyri , titled aN Dogs
In Boo-en' s opini on, and it will go for uncountable others, there
i little mol' offensive; than a do ' ru hing to you you are
seated, at q lovely pr p,ared meal. Not y ur g f couIse ; but
you know j orne are v ry different than ur. So, Bogen
thh1ks the music wo rld very much 11 eds thi I ric and when the
next occasion comes he will play it "my
Blacktop Driveways
R 0 adO iI and T a f A p p Ii e d
ecoating
FREE ,
f-
B . STRotlJD
26 Avenue LEBANON, OHIO Phone 221-L
-FIRST ANNUAL


'DEmers'
STARTS at 10:00 A. M. -
PROGRAM'
" . .
, . stOCK JUDGING (:ONTEST
GAME
PONY for the CHILDREN
. .
the lADI.ES
FEED SACK', DRESSES 'ARRANGEMENTS,
. ,
BASKET DINNER A'F THE NOON HOUR
_ Music by '"
CINCINNATI GAS &: ELECTlUC PIECE BAND
The Miami Gazette
of the third Quarterly Meting,
held at Mount Plea ant, near
Mount , Holly, Ma. 23, 1807,
8 TAB' L 1,8 B B D 1 I a 0
Pub11shed Evetry Thursday by DA VISSQN Pa.ESB
h w total collecN ns on' the
cirsuit of $3 .111112 w ich
apportioned a foil w : J l' hn
. FLOYD D. DAVISSON. Editor I '
IDtered as Second Class Matter at the Post Offlct'
SUbecr1ptlon Rates: ' $1.50 per Year In
ale, Eld' r, $3.05,;
Adjet McGuire, preacher in
$2_.82 on alar, - 5
cent on exp n s; Isaac Quinn, '
, National Advertising Representatives
Ohio Weeklies, Inc., 2465 W, Broad Street,
Col umbus Ohio
a si tant pre,acher" $ 1_.24 IT
"A f . L1r -year or five- _ ar
plan of . E';. ai i to t o
co t ao lit 5 ,0 () ),000,00(1
i in tr ull c hefr re it !'art. ,"
, a' th United Strlt ': N, \V:' .
, re ' i i nt Truman' . _ahin .t is
sharpl divi ded Oil, .th plan,
Congre L ill lill d t be 'n 1
t ward it. Eurn)' want. and
ha I n ed the doll a r , but 111 :1
not '_lik the conditi n: tn 11e
attach d , to ,an ' new Hal'
grant ." ,
The econolni c. th ' 1 r -
bl em are bleak t an xtrem,
This c ' untry i th 'nl imomt-
ant pr ducer f til ,g' od
Europe mu l' ha ve fnr on mic
reh'lbWtation, 11 le s than f r
immediate t tWI) 'rhn c
good . 111u. t h ';( 1 f( r vi th
. dollars. How Vt: 1', 0 1' ign, f) Ul1-
tries are arnin ' nh 1 1 I'
cent of th / d lIar ' th v '
spendin O' . ,The I nan \ : ' have
already made are runnin li t
at an alarming; rate, and \\' ill
be exhau t d, in m . t Cft , in
l es than ,a y . ar.
, The exp rt-impnrt
tell the "tnr v in nn th r wa v,
Qu'r 'exp r1 ' abroa. amount t
around _O,l)QO,O()O,O 0 a
ar, Our .imp rb' fr m abr act,
n th ther hand, ,tre Ie than
7t 8 00, 0 0 OO( a :vear.
That mean , . fl' III th
f reign p in ()f 'j \ .' an
annual ctefi it ' f n arly
oao,ooo. 0 a _' ' (H, , numb .. r
of countrie" n ,tall! Britiail.
if all the al'ary, and $ 1.50 on expense, .
lp ' rate t / In the, yea'r '1i RO
mark an eff rt ,to break d \ n th mith h me and the nH ut h
geographical, ' political" a,n:t f Ceasar ere k a I g chur h
et hn I gi al barri r ' t the \vas built. George ai, , when
recov r of th c ntinent. a mall h y att'n:t d th l a: t
, It i po ibl \ to dra\\ III ting hel ti in thi - hu r "h
' parallels betwe ' n th pres nt descri be it a it ' I k j i n
and th p ri od f oil wing W r,tl 1824, wh n the la t - I' m 1'1
War I, \vhen ' w made la was ' preached, ther wa " n, I
loan to Europe which were re- karin.!.!' n ar it ' e.'{c I t about
, . B I ' ne half acre, in th enter f
paid onl y 111 part. ut t l er I \\ hleh the cabin st d. h
thi normou the
urn involved then , l'r' mu' h ite wa a hi gh g: ra velly knoll,
mall r, and the nited tat, S v' rl king both th vall y
f Ceasa r Creek and the Littl
haj ' a r ,Iativel in i gni fi cant Miami. In din1t::n ' l ons it
tax and nati onal deht prahl m ah ) l1t 20x 1 8 feet and nin'e f
at home. On top f that, th r
,va no f or , p ....\oer uch hig'h hlu a h 1 IgS, hewn 11 ,
a that which item catried bofh ides, cabin abl e, clap-
n betw en, th Ultlted tat board ro f, nailed[ on, no j oist
and the ovi t ni on h da r floor, one ' d r, two
The pre ent Eurup an prohleill wind W ' , one in each ide,
i complicai d b the m t im- pulpit at the end oppo ite the
podant military and dil l omati door, . In center of the f1o?r
OIL i derati on .' hile ' w ar was a bnck Sl.x
helpin , the rest f the \\ orId, f e t quare:, on pile a
If- e, at' on demand thnt I t charcoal to be IgOlted on
e pr rv, I . me tll1 f1" days to warm the
we any c Ie interior. The space b tw en the
futur I gs "ere: w.ell chiriked and
that of war. daubed \\ ith "lime mort'ar; there
TAP ROOTS
wa a g00,d tight door and no
ventilati ,n, except ' th fOugh the
r of. The road tc and from it
w're bridie' paths wi th wild
What i now Wayne ville touch-me-nots on either ide as
M. E. ChurcH had it origitl a 3 high as a horses back' the near-
earl y as I at the h m f est clearing was a fourth of a
Elizal eth Smith, wid w f I v. mile distant, ,and there was a
James ' 1l1ith, who wa , l eft small spring c'alled the
with a family of Hln hildl'en, Meeting House S,prin'g."
the , Idest ' of whom ' was
i !?; hteen ) ear Id. Thi' h m , In the early summer of
a log hou e, was located about 1823, Burwell Goode removed
ne mile from the South i i of into his large frame hou e that
' are attempti n!!: t n . tep up th ir
export pr l-I cti oa in r er t .
make theirhal an e.,. f trade le s
unfavorable and t n maintain
their ' rt!\fL " Inng -as
possi Ie,. But th _ ff .rt hn
not borne mu h fruit. an n
the mouth a-r r@fe-K-:-.,---"LebuiltQhisfar m,(nowthe "
'reat impt v men! (';1'11 1 g-i -
ally be t d in th nt'a I'
future.
For loon cnl1,f ..
i
e 1' :1. " in ,
vestments in thi , f'\ lt'llt ;'y. in
,curiti: . io' ! lI"t-"rt1 1 '01 rt' .
etc. Howev ',(1 t(l tbe
U. S. New, ' f , 11 1 I'm
forei gn in '[ \: 11\ ' 11 thi ,
natur '" r ' Ii Lti 1.t It ,ur-
pe's p tb( rrl.; wf'\ uJd
fatten d hy t I nl v ,no (or .
00- n li "' h to J :\1 anc the
import-exp rt al f r It III I'
'eight m nth. , Furtl'e;'m I' "
these as.,et ar LIll i v nl v H -
tributed. The bulk f them
I elona t En (':In 1nd ,m e
. f the unt.ri' hayc
litH or, n "
It wi1t he a 1 ng t im
ariyone know . t h hr
Unite tate \: III g I 111 un i \'-
\\fiting Europ an r very, But
it doe eem c rt ain th at th ...
poli cy \\ il l' nth (If ' It 1
' check ftrlJl
tring wUI h a.t:1.ch ' d ', ,t
, future l oan and ,1)' lfL an :t
subsidi s., A 'g( I, , \ I 11.11_ C m-
' mentat 'r. fc ' l ' th,Lt ,t ur( ' re'lP
gov,ernment ha v \Va, te:t mu 11
" of the money far a ivan ' I
and, in am C(L , ha' been
more ' intere t ' in buildin?,'
political n in
trying to put ' t!leli' tl ntr , n!l
their eCf"l nnmlc f t. PubI.rc
opinion eem - :l11, i fl fa v r , of
stoppjng that,
The Mar hall Plan 'obvi 1I l y
IS ' based in part (,n u h cnn-
, siderations. It ..:ays, in eff ct,
that -, European r hahilitati on t .
the duty of Europe, and that
aid from us can, be given only
But previ u t thi time, resid,ence of Harry
the v ar 1797," R. v. Fr:1n is waite,) one and one half miles
M Cormick rem ved tu t he
N rth We t' Tel'ritnn ' f n m
K ntuck y, nn seW d' n th
Ea t.. Ide f the, Litt! , Miami
Hiver, (bel w a 'near a can
be determined, th town of
outh Lei anon,) and labore'd
f r more than a 'ar trying to
build up the cau e f th Lor:l
J e u .' : HOURS:
The n "xt 9-12 ell<' h
Kobl r was directe )-5 afternoon.s
th > hi River an j f I' m ::1.' _
,r----'W ....
cilcuit. On Frida, Aug. 2,
preached ,t a c ng: r 'g-ati 11 at 7-9 Satu.rday eveninJl
the McCormick 11. me, f rc)m . Other t!venings hy
' Act 9, "Come ov r and hell Appointment
us." After tarryin
o
' fiv day
at the McC::ormick they _tart- ,TELEPHONE 62-R
ed on a tour and formect a three
w,eek circuit, known 'lS th
Miami Circuit: In -th year
1807., the' Mad, River circuit, (i f
which Wayne Twp. \Va a Pa'rt,
h't i t w' nty, six al1'pointment - in
, Clark, Miami" Mont-
gomery, Warren and Clint on
'Dr. 'C. 'E. -Wilkin
Optometric Eye
26 South Detroit
XENIA, qHIO
cou n ties. Th e Fi nian .. r .-i"i-.-.-i-.-i i-i-iii-i-i'i-.-.-.-.-.-. ' 'i-ii
; ' . l
COMPtEIe
'. :

s
, I
arrange our services in keepin ' with y( ur
ide'as a'S to, furnishings and co t
STUBBS Funeral 'Hctme.
TELEPHONE 2291 WAYNESVILLE, 0. ,
"
\
east of Wayne ville on the
Harveysburg He tha,n
invited the church to h Id theIr
mee'ting ,at his h an I it wa3
her7e that George ale "
a boy riding behind hi s' mother,
used to go and hear u h
preachers as: Bigal ow, Waller,
Rap,er, -Dix .n and ther.
The Miami' Gazette
Wayne ville, Ohio, N
Thur day, July 3 I,
Page 4
4327
1947
The m,eetirpr , (th g.roup in
the Burwell neighDorhood and
the one at widow Smiths, '
united,) continued to be held
at the Burwell home. Until the
little brick church was built n
Water St., on a lot donated by
Mo. es Henley, in 1 S 26 . The
first permanant Sunday 'School
wa begun ther in 1837. In
1840 a larger brick church was
buiH on the corner of Third and
North St., at . whi 'h ite
continues to he the h me f the
Waynesville Meth di t 'hur h,
The first change in the: area
of Wayne Township occurred
Aug. 5, 1804, when Turtle
Creek To\vnship wa f rm d
taking two miJes off the t wn-
ship. The n xt was June 2'6,
. SHERWOOD' Refrigeration Sales
, ,
:==========. 'and Service
EFFiCIENT REPAIR
ON ,ALL MAKES OF EQ!JIPMENT ,
Representative f or
WI
Y"' SO'N , MILK COOLERS
.LI HOME FREEZERS
Phone 3;J2 M
LEBANON, OI;UG

I,
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AMERICA'S AIR , POWER
' 01 AIR FOR.CE DAY, AUaUST 1ST
, ,
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United States may rest in the very o,ver your head. And
the new, reorganized Air Forces give thousands of eligible YOUlI Cj
men an opportunity to take an active part in building Ameri ca's
air' power, ', on the ground as well as in lhe ky.
for example, t in, the Air Forces f r thrpe
yeats. If you have a specialty whi h will qualify you. y( H m y
alsQ Be able to enlist in a grade at hi gher pay.
If you 'have had Air -For e experi r,ll 111 3Y j ;:1 t'
Reserve and continue your m' l it 3\' iat ,)1\ 11':1:l :. I'" O-ll :-':
business houfS. , ',' '
Or, you may join the Air Kaliull::il Guard :ltId pe rl Ul - br' (', ll ne
eligible for advanced, t echni al traini lltl, at spa lal i1' 1 T ti nal
Guard schooL
On Air Day, m,ak , a point f fillding out t;' , .ry 1 ing
about Y04f Air Forces - e pe 'jallyth new Aviation Care r Plan
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HAMILTON, OHIO
Int e,rior vi ew during n tructi on ,h wing teel i rd r and n-
'ret f Ir -pr of material "" arcity of many I uilt1ing item r quired
a gr a1 ,am( unt f \\i(l(' k ( n the part of the nuildin O" manag-er t o
I ate and pr cure it 111 n 'ces-ary in the ' J>tion th e
tru ture
jVll' , . R ,I ert H ' Wn o'er wh have
m ved t ' a fnrh n th T wn-
, - hip R ad whi ch they recently
1 ur ha , d.
Mr . J . \ . H U i ( 11 d Y 11 \V
pr"n t:': , \ ' j "j ing h ' r on-in_ Mr. J el mith, age 83 years,
l a "'. ,til , I ;1" "I' I: t er, Mr. and Mr ne of Lytl , ' aIde trident,
Ever tt arl . ' pa e j away at hi s hom,e' here
Claud f a ... Thur day evening after a num-
t on ent Fri day and ' atur 1it'y her f w' ek illn s. Funeral
\ ith h r parent, Mr. and Mr.
Will ur Clark. 'Mr. Ri gn' s \Va at th re i.dence. Jnterm nt at
aL o a, Pri j ay ni ght gLle t. Mi ami Cemetery.
Mi Geralc.1in Ch andl er \\ Mr. and Mr. Ralph Ham-
a \\ ek n j f Mi mond in _ mpany, with Mr. and
L I' ' tt a Frazier in Oayt n. Mrs. Paul cho. ider of Dayton,
Mr. and M Glenn , R Il er
f the Friend R ad are ann un- I ft ul)day even in ' by train on
ing- th birth f a dau o'hter, a trip to Falls anq New
, r nn' Le . at G oct .. amari b n' Yo.rk Cit, ponsored by the ,
H
i t ' l 0 t W '" d I Nati nat Cash Regi ter of Day-
, r ... a" , ay n, s ity 't n. In ab ence of Mr and Mrs.
Jul y , O. . ' . Hamm nd their n,. ,Mari-
Mr. C\ nd Mrs. Wilham Strouse , I) n Janet and Jack are staying
l eft '. I y autn f : a witil Mr. and Mr l ee ' Lovely
v;' [ t l n ll j n t() N r hi rn f th Oayton Pjke: near RidO' e_
M r, Paul J hl1 (t l1 d L . ville '
Mar g- aret J ry n hrou, 'ht '
Eli za fr ' m ,G \ d
Samaritan H ' pital, Oa) t 11 , t
her' home in Wa n svill e Fri-
day af k rno : nand r p rt Mr ,
mith a 111L1 h improvej.
Mr. an i Mr. Th de J n
and Mr. and M,r. ' CharI
Rll nnell attend d a' mu ical en-
ie:" t ai nm ' l1 t at Chaut auqua,.
tuda evening- arl j ' al '
p I1t Sunday eveninf; at the
"Band Shell" at I land Park,
Mr . Robert Baker, ' Jr. had
a surpri e birthday party Sun-
day at her country 'home near
Waynesville. A basket dinner
was h ld ,and the f ollowitl o'
on were present: Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Hightman, Moexin g
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chi! ir n, Mr. and M," . ' arl
Mi t hell , r., Mr. Lu i ll
c tt an i 11, Mr -, Verna 8n-
'E and children Mr , LOll
Ri ha I'd on, Mi s Lu lI a Ri . h-
ard 11 , Mrs. E.: ther Be r , Mr.
T mm' 'K fe and i Cl Ll g-hl er,
Mr. and M 1' - . J hnl1 v Gill ' on
and: childr n, vingt 11 , K .;
Mr. and Mr. Jarn - n
and chil dr n, Mr. P rr ' ut h-
ard, Leban n' Mr. and Mrs. R
Rob and ' dau 'hter, Bell evue,
Ky. '
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Co k
arid chil dren have' i
from a 111 0 't , int re t ing
thr,ough the We t. Th ' visitc i
Denv r, Col., Bl ack Hill s, a i
I an i, Rocky Mountain Na-
ti nal Park, Ro evelt Fore -t,
Mt. Ru 11m re M mori al an j
man other int r,e lin n' , p int.
Mr ." Ronald ali sbury en-
t ert ain d , a lar 'e . g' r up f '
fri ends on aturday :aftern n
with Mr. Charl e Pri e a
honor guest. M r, Pri e lre-
ceived many l ovely littl e 'i f t s
and after a pleasant aft ' rno il
d a in t y refre hments were
rved bv the ho te .
Mr. and Mrs. Jam s Mc-
Cormick f Dayton are, an-
nouncing the birth of an l even
pound, three ounce son on July
30, at Good Samaritan' Ho pi-
, tal, Dayton. This infant i the
first grandchHd for Mr. and Mrs.
Tpomas Hardin and ha I ee,n
named, Thomas Lee.
Orland Holmes and f amil y
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. '
Roy Marine of Knoll wood
Mr. ana Mr . WaiteI' Marine ,of
Washington, C. H. spent Sun-
da at t le zoo an a ler places. ,
M'r. ,an i 'Mr 0 R. C. A ' hur
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vi'i tin
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Mr -. H, ,Rye ,' ll ih. 1 C.I ' \ V ' d- '
nc ' da y I un eL (11 a! U
\V i . M a III r j 11 < \ Vi 111 Ii ) 11,
Mr . i j f Mi amI f l ori da
Mr . J. . hapman Il O i \ r,
R H. Hart 0 k.
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Mr. and Mr " ,Maynard Run-,
yan \' er', h .;; t ", 3 11t1 h ) te ' t
the 1I1 y \ ' honl
Mr . t lIa E, Arv \Va ' l
per ."ttu rd' I,- evenin '
, f Mr, 0l!l i Mrs. -,' erdt Marl att
an i El iz,li1eth ; nn i attendt: :i
th Billl .. h 01 I r gram at
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Mr. and Mrs.. Ma. nard C p_
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heJ' , whi ch
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Vi Ky .. ; Mr. ,and Mrs,
Hi o'htman" Mr. and Mr. L, J.
Bum ide. , Mr and Mrs. ' Howard,
Shutts and children, Mayone
, and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
F,ox and c,hil,dren Mr. Ralph , '
Fox, MI'. and Mr Rol' ert
Baker, r., Waynesville;' Mr.
and Mr . Carl MItchell, Jr. and
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Wa n vill e, .Ohio, No. 4328
Thursday, August 7, .1947
E 1;1 T 'A B LIS HE Dl 85 '0
Published Every Thursday by DAVISSON PRESS
FLOYD L. DAVISSON. Editor
rntered Class Matter at the Post qfflcE'
'ur d meat he taken h )me
f r t ra g- or ca.n be ,t red at
the plant in a I:' m j ig' ne I
an j , t 111per d t eliminate
III Id.
Mr. Loui e Wil 11 ' under-
went an operati on at Granli
Vi w H pital la t Tue day ,
morning,. sh i reported hett r
at thi writing. USE' GAZE'I'rE CLASSIFIED ADS- --
"Rates: $1.50 'per Year .in: A"avance
National Advertising Representatives
Ohio Weeklies, Inc;, 2465 W. Broad Street,
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P ultr y is kill I and dre ed
in th t'h m,ent. Tempe rah r
ntro'l1 d water i u i f r pr _
per calding; a. n j a me hani al
chicken picker f r the removal
f f at hel" an j pin-f nth 'r .
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After b in
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' properl oled , in
cold \Vat r they are
nt t the pr sing' r 0 111 for
preparati n f r t orag .
l"HE OIiIO, STATE
FAIR AT A GLAN.CE .
Althou h th e <rate will op n
early in the momin and an
exhibits must be in place by 9
Int erior view of the customer entrance and proce sing r om
wh re all .meats and vegetables, exclusive of pork and poultry 'are
received. The locker room proper i ituated at left of thi.s room.
,a. m. ,on t11e opening . day,
Ohio State Fair, Au u t . 3._9
will be offic'ially o.pened '\ ith a
special "fanfare" . program ' at
noon, Saturday, Aug. 23-it
will be a parade worth
park-plan dancin ' every ni 'ht
at the Ohio tate ,Fair' ,ne\:
bandshell will be an innova-
tio,n-Jiml),iy Joyce and hi '
NBC orchestra willI play during
the seven even ings- , -and speak-.
ing of orchestras--State Fair
Strictly Modem,
Equipmen, . Used
,Throughout Plant
. The Waynesvi lle Lock r
Plant has the most mod rn 'l-nd
efficient equipment 'available
to properly handle the variou_
foods that will be in
for storage . .
The processing room con.
talns all modern equipment to
uickly and '@ffide-n tly p
meats, beef, pork, ramb, po.uL
try, fish 'afle- g-ame bird a
al1imals. , This dep'artment 'i
also ready to inform-
a,tion regarding proper meth-
ods of preparing fruits, ve ' ..
tab.1es, etc. for proper placing
. in the locker .. Thi _ prop r pre-
paration added 'to the knoW.
' ledge of how to quick freeze
the products can add much to
.th,e quality and "ta t ,after .te-
inovirtg from the for
consumption. Thi i al 0 true
' 'Of meats:- Unless-they are pro-
perly ha'ndled' all long the lin
from the time the animal i'
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kill d until it finally the' Manager, Ed Bath has engag:ed
storage lock r, a great deal of Bob Motzer a.nd his orchestra
flavor and nourishment may be to furnish the tunes for the
lost. Proper killing, butchering, p.roud, steppers . a.t . the Night
coolin out, preparatory chill- Horse Show in the Coliseum-
ing, processing, wrapping, the Hobby Show, a part 0f the
quick freezing and storage all Junior DiviSion, will be a fea-
plav their part in this modern ture of the Fair-in addition to
method of foods. the and Perchero.n
Correct methods arrived at bv national draft shows the Nat, -
of locker ' p.lahts, dnal Red Poll cattle show also
experiment stations and others will be held in connection with .
is the best policy in storing and the Ottio State Fair's mammoth ..
pres,erving .. frozen foods. catne assembly-1there ' will be
The pork curiri department horseshoe hog calling,
is 'separate from , the beef and ?quare dancmg, a Farm Lane,
. vegetable ,. processing room. , p,le:nty of 1.0,800 stands,
Here is found con:venient" equip-, 1947
ment for quickly handling' pork OhIO State that IS really
fOF a complete,service including "OR the Beam! '
cutting-up, -rendering lard, cur- ,
ing, smoking and e.
, i_ rendered by reducmg In a
. team heate j kettle and separa-
tin by hydraulic pressure, A
tirring and cooling vat is u ed
to c rr-ectly olidifythe lard,
Pork curing is done scientific-
ally, by '" a machine designed, for .
the ,purpose. .The proper a,.
mount of curinl?: oluti on ' is
dispensed according to the
weight of the meat b in<r cured.
This is done automatically,
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Day,
Mrs. Frances Brannock, ' Mrs.
McGinnas and Mrs. . Roger
Brown were callers of Mrs. Ray
Mainous, has been ill and
is so'me better.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Nixen
and Mrs. Frank, Dakin .spent
Sunday at the zoo in Cincinnati'.
Congratulations from
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Hdwe. Store
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PHONE WAYNESVillE, OHIO
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Ashmead 80HIO, Service,
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'-'Ten Years Old "
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anj Mr. Joel Smith are mu h
wor e thi week.
Mr. and Mr . Roy " ink ' tllhi
Mr. ' an Mr. Vernon
"11"t rtaine j th Fri,en j hip CIa '
(f L tie unda. y ho I t a
pi nic at the"h m f the
,l at 1', Mo.nda 'evening. Th 're
were 19 prewent.
Mr' . F r t Graham, Mr.
Harold teinke an Mr. Ra
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and Mr. and Mr . Arnold
and , daught I' of Dayt n: were
' un ia\, aft rn n uests f Mr.
anJ rlr . I.e Ii ,and
il y.
Mrs. Bunn II and
w re: ji'nn r gu _t,
Tue day of M r ' . Vem n Put-
I v f the 'Oa t 11 I ike.
Augu t 1 .4 7 wilI mark ten
year that the . ' cial S urity
offi ce in the' F j ral Buil ding- ,
J Hamilton, Ohi o, ha h en
ing empl ) er and empl
mlth at t nded the fun ra1 er-
,vices of Dr. William Buck at
AI' anum, atur ay
Mr. an i Mrs. Walt r C wall
of th Ruth-Marian Farm en- .
tertain d th ir childr nand
familie and Dr; and Mr. H. H.
Herman to, si'x o'do k dinner,
in Warren Count y. Alma , D.
Knox, ' Fielj A si tant in
of th'e nffi during th ah ence.
f the Maong 1', Mary A. Uo ,d,
tate that he of the mo t
difficult PI' I }.em that h r ffi
has i that f a quainting work
and their famili of their
ri ghts under the old-age and
survi vor ' ' in urance provi ions
of the 0cial ecurit v Act.
Mrs. Knox stated that at thi -
very moment , ome ne i l os-
' in g- m ne in Warren Count y.
And, undoul t dIy, it is ni e
on \Vh could u e it-as who
couldn't. Carele nes, . ign r-
ance of the l aw and procrasti-
nat i n are the th r e ,evil which
combine to cheat on'e out o'f
every even eli gibl e of their
ri ghtful benefit under the
Social Security taw, she added.
For the benefit of those who
are ' in doubt ' as t o their status,
here is a brief summary of. the
law:
When you reach 65 years of
age or upon retirement, you
must submit an, application and
proof of age in order to receive
monthly benefits based on your
average earnings since January
1937. .
When a wife be'comes 65,
she is entitl ed to additional pay-
ments, and if her husband di es;
her benefits are boosted. ' Sur-
viving chil dr n under , 1 year
of age are also entitled to
monthl y benefit a is a widow
5 years of age who has
children under 18 years of age.
A lump-sum payment is made
to qualified persons when no
one i entitled t o monthly b ne-
fits.
thi m nth local
w came t Phoeni x" 'hi h in
it el fi amiracl ftll ed
dilte palms, citru and oli v
tre s, and ther tr pi'cal pl ant -
fl ouri h-ev ry D'rowing thin
dep' n j almo t wh lI y up \1
irri g-ati ' \1- ince January there
hay been but tw bri f h wer
t tti. lin, . )9 inch f rain fall-
the a v rage ' f or a full ' year is
ar und i x. inches-the weather
is pleasantly dry and we did not
perspire all the time w wer ...
there though the tcm-
peratuJ'le reached 111 d r
all h me , motel , and bu in ss ,
establi hments are air c ndi-
tioned-so anyone can tep
out of the sun into a t mpera-
ture of 75 -For nine months
of the year, becau e of the ideal
climate -and beauty, Phoeni x i,:,
fast becoming ,one of. th lead.,
ing reso rts in the country.
We had a fine trip and
'amon other thin }. arned
how t o 'f Id' a road map, Qut,
the ' gra shere k pt right on
growing while we were away
and there' s a j b t d .
the y
mers
m, nth ' \li th rel ative at Hi h-'
mond, K .
Mr . Paul hipl and chil d-
r Ii, Paul J (- and har 11, vi it d
rel ativ s in Wa hingt n, C. H.,
aturday.
Mr . Mar aret John was a
gue t of Mr. and ' M'rs. Amos ,
Cook n ar Wayn ville on Sun-
day.
'Mr. and Mr .. Gray and
children spent Monday evening
with their cousins, Mr, and Mr .
Edwin Foley near Lebanon.
, Mr: and Mrs. Vernon Pursl ey
and , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winks
of the Lebanon Grange took
the 6th. Degree of the State
Grange at Xenia, Friday even-
ing. .
Mrs. Wilbur Clark wa a
guest with friends at a lunch- '
eon at , ,the home of her
dau,ghter, Mrs,' Paul Fl ory
Dayt n, Thursday and a'lso
called , on another daughter,
Mrs. Claude Riggs.
, Mr. and, Mrs. Seth Furnas
attended the .Historical Society
at the Golden Lamh ' at Leba
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' I Mrs. Margai' t , John and
,'I e . Paul Johns pent aturday
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HId' Over From Last afternoon in Dayton and called
on Mrs.. Elizabeth Smith at
Mi Germaine Mar ' ui of Good Samaritan Hospital, and
'Dayton wa a we k end 'u st report , her condition a fair.
, of Mi Almetta teinke'. ' Mrs. Elizabeth Barq returned '
Mr. and , Mrs, Guy R utzahl1 t o her home n'ear Dayton Sun-
, administrators of ' old-age and
survivors insur'ance feel ' this
wo.uld be a "fine time" for alt
to acquaint themselves with the
law.
A repre entative of the
, and son, Russell, vi sited at the day after an illn.es ,of several
hoine of ' the ' latter's , broth r week at the home of her
and wife, Mr: and Mr . Sperry par nts, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Social 'Security office IS It1 the
Commissioners' Room, Warren
County Cwt House, l &ban,on,
Ohio, the s cond Thursd'ay 'o'f
each 'month at 1 :30 o'cloek. '
The Hamilton" office 'is 1 cated
, in 202 Fede'ral Building. Office '
hours are from 8 :00 a. m. to
4 :30- p. m., ,Mondays througn ,
Fridays.
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to -the next town when , a cam
gear broke on the car,
The impre si,on of the Grand
Canyon was somewhat au1.1ed '
because of similar si ghts in
minature witne'ssed in Utah and
northern Arizona - '- but it's
vastness and the inaccessability
of ,some ' parts ' is really ' im,
ptessive---so: deep arid large i
Boitnott at Troy. Winks.
Mr. Paul J9hns p nt U\1- Mrs. J. B. Jon sand Mr .
day in Cincinnati. ..Ha.rvey Burnet who -have both
Mrs. ' William Pennington and been quit ill are on the mend
children returned, home Sunday ' at this time, With ,other
after ' spending a couple of Lytle's' sick, Mr. p.eter Wica'l
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, We are prepared to kill all kinds of live stock ' to go I
to Locker Plants. . "
Our 'Plant ' is clean and sanitary ' with all ':.. up-to-dat i
equipment; ' passed and by State and ,City Board 't
of Health.
Se ,also will have all kinds of meat t o 'sell t11 e
for their .Lockers, at any time. -,
the gorge of the Cal1yon that ,
an Indi'an tribe, the Zuni, live I
there is almost compfete
obscurity ' while tens of thou- '
sands of tourists visit the rim
of the Canyon each year-. this
tribe is said to have' been dnv,en
there before the days of the
wllite man by the war -like
Apaches-there are now
slightty more than :ZOO ,ZUnI
Our meat Government Grades and City Inspect ed.
COYLE'S.
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After , miles uf tra
-through the prairie and desert
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Mr. and Mr. E. A. Arnol i ' Mr. an Ken.
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nc,", '!nO cn1l0r en clt(c: rtame::t t
dinner ,,_ un ja V, Mr. an j M r. _
J, \\1. Hull, Mr. and Mr, Ed
H( pkin and Mr. ' Ienn or-
kin f Wayn ville, The 0 '. (Held
:l i-)I1 \Va 'in 11 nnr _f th ' 'Jul y""'"
n ' \'Iyw i , Mr, an] Mrs. HulL a wh I w k
Mr . ' Nettie Emrick and l'U- I weat her. The ,
t , Mr. and Mr . Harlan White are rllnnin ', Tru k .
f rland, Fla .. , pent Weel- wheat are t illg hid int
pe day night and' ThuJ da box cars at the el vat r r
\ ith Mr. and Mrs rLe n alis- -rather int me bani al eleva-
bury and on, W at f rs whi ch are runnin o' it int
Wa C. H. and Thllr - th I ox ar and are
day aft.ernoon called on ' M r. \ in th ha. field, . M t
and Mr . Edward Caldw 11 near f the ha L b ino' bal d in the
Clark vi1l . ' field th i Y ar.
Miss Wanda CIClrk, Mr. and Yesterda aft. rn on tht:y
Mr' . Therle Jone , Mr. and Mrs. sent us wad that th 1 aler
Ernest Harlan and Mr. ,and Mr-. would b here about ix o'cl ck
Walter Kenrick attended the
t at ' Grange meetin a't the a they hu tied and got the rake -
F
' Id H , and tart ed work, By the time
Ie . ouse at Xenia, Friday the haler got here that field
e.v ning and were amori th'e \\ a raked and while the bailer
, 15 candidates who w re ini- went up and down the row'
tiat d in the Sixth De,' ree of takin in hay at one end and
the Grange. - ' tf t bIt tl th
Mr. and Mrs. H ar Id teinke S! ou a a 1 er
and family, Mi B rnic hee- thl was raked r.eady,
han and friends from Dayton Before ' dark they had It all
an' Mr. Walter Burdine vi ited haled ut one wmdrow, about
Rev. George Gold 'at Ludlow, three hundred bale
Ky .. , Sunday b.aler But , the
Will correct an error in the fIxed" It thIS . and n w ,
P, 0cfa sle'adst weehk COIl;1m
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v u muc commen. . .
Mrs. John Zimm rll1
an
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Waynesville vi ited h riter, man. thtnO's 111 . far 111 In ',
Mrs: J. B. , Jones, ' aturday and all .the chang are
Mr . Hazel Evan and family ,of ood or not I to tell. ,A,s
Dayton visit d her parents, Mr. ma!1Y thmg,
, and Mrs. P: N. Cornell, Sunday. zabon has chang: j the lal
. a pe t f 0 much f th w rk,
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R. B.Coleman. Minister
Sunday School . 9 :30 a.m.
, J. J. Rurske, Supt.
Worship Servic::e 10 :30 a.m.
Youth F llowship
Thursday, 7 :30 pm.
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T. M. Scarff I Minister
Sundav School 9 :30 a.m
E. A'. Earnhart, Supt.
Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Evening Service 7:30p.m!
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel N. Keys, Minister
7 :30 a.m., Morning Prayer,
Charles R. Mebnfiie, Lay Reader
10 :00' a.m., Morning Prayer and
Sermon, James A. Baker
, Lay R.eader.
UTICA E. U. B'. CHURCH
Rev. A. J. Furstenberger
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m
Mrs. James Garrison, Supt.
Preaching 1 st and 3 rd ,Sundays
each month 10 :30 a.m.
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fRlENDS
The - work- is more (traig-ht
,'et it jane a fast a 0 il J.e
w rk.) It. i d ea ier and
fa but there i le' s talking
and laughin . Y u can't ' talk
again t the noi t: ,of th mach- '
ines. If y u haven't ' our ,own
machine, the c;: u t -m " baler
come in, g t work, takes
hi pay, and goe h me. m L
time tAat i'sa c mf rt, 11 meal
t o co k, al l lean j lit in -time
to' '0 t the m, vie, hut 0
much of the life f a
farm c'ominunity depend n
tho , working , -et-t 'eth r .
That wa wh re people b came
,::tcquainte t Now a strang r
could go on almost indefinitely
without knowing his neighbor.
The boy who' w nt with the
threshing outf it saw the , gi rl
W110 came to help witlil ' the
dinner or wa at home on that
farm and he could lip him :l
piece of the caKe, she had
I He could see \Vh ther
P. e S
C III i se,e him on th job in his
working-' clothes and after all a
,w' lI-built man 10 k hi s "best
. in workin-g' clothe. If he had
worked at her huus , it didnt
take much of an excuse, to go
over in t1le evening and hang
t j
r h
le a' a 0 '- al u le
ne d for ocial ent 1', t '6n-
a!?: ani all that _ rt of
thing. Y uth n y nth and
me. ne dab tter pIa t . , I ' t
t "dh I' than tred' corn r OO: .
Many have hl,- n t r ied in
many place and me ha
heen g;r at u es - . me
have la t d a I ng tim' I lit
more of th lil ha v"' :tied aft r
the novelt y wore' off. Th
young l"eopI '" th ught" they
wanted t t e free ' from a iult
supervi ion. There \'fa, a the ry
that , they otlld run things
them elve with nl y adult
pon or nnd ah ent ' e super-
vj ion but when u check ver
the actual re ult ( u will fin:i
'that the nes that died were
tho e that lacked adult I ader-
ship. Th young ' them-
selve ar'e not r ady f r
continuous re pon ibility, the.
get tired of it. The: get b r d
with it. It with their
fun. The clubs that pro pere j -
ar. thos ,that had the right kin j
of adult leader hip c n tantly
on ,the jot,
There j' pro abl y v ry 'liH)
chance of brin -ing all ia)
life back t th h m and th
farm but every family t
I try ' for om of it. Where ' tl
family doe suc 1 in making
their home a cial' center, that
is a pia e \Vh re th ir childr 11
and th ir friend like to be, th y
ar j ing mor ar s Iving
ur 0 ial pI' \ lem than th e
\Vh talk learneql y a ut juve-
nile delinquen y ' 1' yen th e
who give a fe\v doHaI' , t m
organization but t ake n ' 1 cr-
sonal re pon iI ility,
To chan' the ubjed, e-
c ntly t11,e doctpr 'av me s me
exerci e t tak flat n
m Qaek n th floor. I prea:i
down a cover and -nrtct ' ., \
out ri it but that was t 0 mu h
for uzey and mok y. ' They
couldnt decide what wa the
matter. They got up and
ed around me. They niH 'd at
me. They tuck their _no e
down my neck. They I O'ot up
and walked around me, S0111"
more. Then apparently they
decided that if 1 could do that,
they could too, ,-0 they lay
do n facing me, ( n n each
ide, ,no'C as cIo e: to my head
a they could ' ,t. I g:tv up
e rci e .for that n' ht. The
are ge n ' u e now an
, only come over once in a while
to see if , I am crazy as they,
think I am.
July i s gone an i Auotist will
go , quickly. Whea.t. harvest. is
practically over and much of
first 'Day School 9 :30 a.m.
, Meeting for Worship -
CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES TO
, 10:30 a.,m."
ST. AUGUSTINE '
Father Krumhoitz, Priest ,
-Mass 7 :30 a.m. and 9 :00 a.m.
FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST
OF CHRIST '
Ralph E. Stinlon, Miniller
Bible' School 9 :30 a.m.
Morning Worship to :30 a.m.
Youth Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
, Adult Prayer Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
" Evening Evangelistic SeJ:vice
8:tS p.m.
A friendly Church with a
Gospel Message ,
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WA\'NESVlIJ.E CHURCH
Robert L 'VanZile, l\Jiaider
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
r mmunion to :30 a.m.
5 .. ::, - t 1 :00 a.m.
L: , c"'.'. ;'.. 8 '00 pm a;; t' ,. 'C..
The Waynesville Locker-Plant
PAUL SHAFFER, OWNER
"Always A Good Show At The Twin
e ' on i
Local Minister In '
Charge Of Camps
The ', Mountain Lake Chri -t-
ian ervic Camp that met _at
Bo, Scout Camp Owen ,.
Mad ,, 11, Ohi o, el e j aver
ucc ssful we k la t atuda\.
,There were 7 _ bo and ,. 'il:l -
r gister j for the \, ck, and 1
on the faeult and amp
1jhe Miami Gaz tte rag- 6
\\ L ym: ill \ hi (' , N,), -t 27
July, - ,) I, I C) -l7
Mr. R bert L. \ anZik, mini-
t r of ' the I ,aT 'hm'l1 f
Chri -t wa manag; ' I' , If the
amp, al1l1 M 1", VanZile -: 'I've I
a ahi n J11l th r all I '( ok,
Tho-e attclldil10- stud 'nt '
fr 1111 here were, Frl:: i' ri k
Kni d., Honal:i ear ', Cail
. Di k, I\1 ' hc L .. I yvia W) (l ilard
Fran'i ChL ,It ,- E ina rn i\))' f
an i Mar)1 Mend 'nhall.
Mr. Roilert L, anZile :1 11 I
f u I: ther ' fr m the hur -il of
Chri t \rill -be in Tri- , lat..:
Chri Han ervi amp n I, l
Mr. :tIlZi le pur l1 :t ...
ing agent f r ihe ':1mp, :llhl
th e (l ' -fuLient aI":
irg'inia Br Wil, l3arhara I ,i ' k-
hirle Ann' . 11 ' rrH,
Mar K. Men ienhall. The. wi ll
lea v' after hur h n LInda,
an 1 will return th f II
D. R. SMITH,
White Villa Grocer
Frozen Foods
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Frozen Fish
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Page S, The Mi ami Gaz t k
W ayne.svitt e, Ohi o, No.' 4 327
Thursday, Jul y 3 t, 1947
1806, wh n Townshi p
' was f ormed taking off all the
l and ea t of Caes:] r Gr ek-.
When Cl ear Creek Town hip
was f ormed, ept. 11, 181'5,
t w mil es wa t aken of f the
west side. On the 1 of t.
1850" Ma i T wn hi p wa
f ormed out of Wayn,e an 1
Wa hingt n T own hips n
the 1 1 day of Jun , 185 1,
change \Va mad I y which :t
part of Ma ie \Va i'e t red to
Wa vne i nce \\ hi 'h l ime t h re
ha -he n no further change,
Mi ami u'ar tt'rl y
wa " opene i at 'Wn yne
Mav '13, 1 RCIC " The \ f
fr ie"nd ' h l ono'in
n
' to ' t \\' 'rL'
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very IlUl11 erou 'll1ci i1el nll ged l )
v ral ml'ding- f l r W( I' hi p,
The IO,Q' h lI ' e \V" a
enti r I v t 0 . lnall and fri ' nd '
f M(ami Monthl v MeelinR',
havi ng ha i for 5c;me tilll2 ' a
huil iing Int, an having c n
i jere i the hui ldin,,, nf :tn ther
me ting ho'u e :t me tn it l e.
ci ion at t hei r m nthl y Ill '
in' May 18 1.1, a 'a part i 'll
quotati 11 of tl e :1 t t/:at'
ti me' hO\\', "Th i ' III di ng-
intI n the
propri, ty of ,hui lding a meet .
i ng-he uSe 4 0: t) fe't f hri 'k
11 e t or} hi g' h l1l1 the f (l ur a 1\ ...
' I t I' 1(' 11 o'in fl' tn tbi ' me tin o'

, ai' i a uh ril'ti n heing: pn-
ll,:, J f (' r that pllrJ c: a.
l11l'un t= n "" t r ',5 R . The meet-
ing e,' l rc ' :i '1 fr dnm t g
n \ ' ith' ai i a,,' re :\ 1 L
t the nn iitiL\ II - ' 'h ' (1 iin" f
' ai d lI h.' ripti n nn i .I pi
" Evan ' and ' A h r 13 1'0\\ n w r
app inte i manng tl) arr,\'
I 'k!':., 1111 111 _' ,ki t e t,
a t im anct cii: um tan c 'vV ill
(1jmit. "
ther fri end ' I In . ...
ed t , I ect t h ' P t f r tit
1:1 WI' 1, : tand whi le ther " t
a ist i n rai ilig m re m il ey,
. aIr f wI\i h wn r I' nrte i
ne. t m nth.
At t he M nthl y Me
Auo' u t 18 11,' , w ' J have .tr ,
fr ,H( wi ng:: T i le "ul .i' t f
r.aiin
o
' the M"et in.g, H U'
(now a I uil din,e,' tw t ry hi gh
cl ai med t he attent i n If th "
eet' l1 g, It r ear d t ' be the
' n -(; f Fr ' end. t 'g 11 witl
ai hui in t1l' lt ( rd'r and '
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J( hn,tthan, rL i . ah 1 "Ji llt .
d ' an add i ti nal 111 :111, r t )
arr n .. ai d w rk," The hilil i-
ing \\ a compieted \\ith a t( al
'. ' s\-L5 1( 1.
About' ' 1 70 t h 1 uil l in,' \\ a'
(Continued on Page 8)
Type Talks
(Con t1nued from Page 1
where dri vi nJ,t cnnd iti n '
hazardoll and a king mil t ri _l:
t o hol d , pe d tn \\ hat, ' _
"reasonabl e and pI' p'e!'."
r ado t the limit at '60,
The sol emnit of the vUt( i' ')
at Lincoln' to'mb at !;,' .
fi eld, \11. wa v ry impre ' ive,
e p ciall y in tine'" well- :lre ' ed
col r ed J11 n. Amlin i t he t ,p
of the t mh \\ ,her , the all l re-
viati ons f 111 the tat apr ar
set in relief w'e not ice j
l etters "On," W aske t
attendant 'the III anin
were told it wa meant ' tie
the ahl revi ati nn f or Oreg- n,
He said that tholl an 1 f
people httd call ed it t o hi
attention.
So nice thing- can he
said f or Denver, but don't want
t o sound like a chamher f
member. Today the
temperature was 95, t onight
we'll sl eep under a hl anket.
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now -capped mount ai n are f re zing f rui t -for mai nbi nen e
of col or. al ways in si ght and a n wh'all '
fi ght is Ie s than an, h ur a wa_
on the hotte t ,day. Th dryne '
of t he air mak hot \\ ea ther
Everyone in the c mmunit.
is \\ el com t att en:i thi pell-
,. ing and l earn f thi s modern
freezer pl ant that ha le n a n-
ed as an unu uall y great a d
't o thi s area.
em mili. ther feature u -h
as the Park of the Red Ro k '
T heatre, the c@ncry, ci ty par k :
ornat e huil dinR's, and pUll1erOll
ctef de, 'ri pti m.
But the ar ec ndar v in
Scouts
import anc t ' t h fr i endlln
of t he peopl:e, t heir unaff t i.
civi c pri de, and thei r anxi ety t
t ell you about or. h \\ Y U t h, il' ,
ci ty .
calling u t o hreakfa t. In th
peri od of a day pra ti 2
wa taken on the Ri fle rang'
orne being '0 d h t and
Thi atti t ll d n v I and
some mi sino' t he tar "d entire-
'refr
l y . Boat i ng- n the new l ak'
' Tom rr w we l eave f r
, , .
,wa al a very 111 11 h n,1 0Y d,
Ari zona.
Locker Plant
e pite the C 0 1 m ming- (an 1
some of t he aft ern n wercn"t'
too warm eifh r ) i t di jn't n I
the spirit of t h s wi hing t
wim. The archer ran ' C all
mavin 0'
.0
the many camp \\ ' I'
popul ar wi t h al l. 'I' ll " m 'al
p k f r t hem el e a, 8 ru
H a.-tin g-s 'Lined i x P tlll:i " in
t he i x days h I'l:nt at
The railroads have receivoo 44 "rules"
demands from t he leaders of the oper-
ating unions . , . engi-
neers, firemen, <; onductors, trainmep
a nd s wi t chmen. They say they are'
-seeKing only changes in working con-
- NOT a wage increase. '
More Money For Less Work
But what kind of rules are being
asked for? Twenty-eight of them
would compel railroads to pay more
money for the same, or less work;
7 would require additional. and, un-
necessary men 'to do the same work:
the rest would bring about changes
n pff" r' :"es at increased
cost.
For Instance:
. The Union leaders demand addjtiona
train and crews on' Diesel-pow-
. ered trains-one full crew for every
power unit in' the locomotive. A freight
train nauled by a 4..:unit Diesel would,
have to carry 4 engineers, 4 firemen,
4 conductors,' and at least 8 brakemen:
or a t<, ' .. r 20 men instead of 5.
The piri t of Scouti n. wa
rea.ll y wi t h u fer we W 11 the
retreat f ur out f th
rank t o Second . :
fo r member hip i n ,.
of the Arrow/" Nati onal H nor ,
, '
f i ve tim i t was cyi ' n. In i i vi L
,..... I
ary Camping SOCi ety; were Bob
ual went t B I:i H li nter,
Hunt er and Scou'tmast r, J oe
Janfe . Btin in f urt h r h _ _
To t he t r op wa B t Hunter
Bill_ Da vi, 0 H'astin ' ,
Dwight M.ichen r \\' 11 \V n
who won f i r t pl ac in the
Merit l;Jadg ill wi mming and
iving ,event in atur jay
t he f ir t t hr wi nni ng- t h Lll1 in
01 wimmi ng m t:t .
Life aving al , amp Ho( k,
Han r Awari t n Bi ll y Perhap nl:! of t he
tubl _, b Ha t inp: an j :; urpri es ' wa that a f ul\ w k
of camping went unhampered
h, the ,el em nt .
wig- ht Mi henL:r. ' T\\' (l ther
boy advanced' from T nd rf( ( t
CASH
FOR USED CARS
make, or model
Fred Kahn Motor Car Co. , "
PHONE 3. LEBANON, OHIO
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150 to 100 miles, which would have the
effect of increasing their pay 50%.
Such a run often takes only two or,
three hourS!
You Can't Afford This Waste
Demands like these are against the
interests of the whole Americau
people, who depend on railroad serv-
ice for nearly everything they eat,
wear and use.
These, rules would cost A BILLION DOL-
LARS annually- a waste which
neither the railroads nor the ' country
can afford.

and good empl6yes, ,with pride in their '
Their record during the war
was outstanding. We do not believe
they fully und,erstand the " featherbed"
rules which the Union leaderS are de-
manding, We do not believe t hey
understand the harmful results which
these rules woUld ha ye to the railroad
to the millions of men and
women dependent on railroads for their
livelihood, and to the shipping and con-
, surning public, " .
The of America is in
production-an honest day's work
for, honest day's pay.
For only through greater production
can we hope to stop the steady upward
'''Made ' . ,
The Union leaders demand that full-
length freight trains be cut to about
half their length, even ,though such
trains are most for low-cost
service to you. This rUle would c,all for
twice as' many, locomotives, would
double the number of and make
accidents more likely'.
work. The crew would get at least two
surge of living costs. .

Additional equipment, yards, nnd
other facilities required to take cal'eof
'theSe short trains would cost hundreds
of millions. What the Union leaders
really is to make more jobs.
The Union leaders demand that when
a crew in" one class of perfonn
incidental service of another plass, they
will be paid not less than a pay
for each class, even though all service
is performed as a part of the samp --' . -,
days' pay far one d'lY' 8 work. ,
The Union leaders demand that the
present basic day for passenger con-
Surely, if ever thete was a time In ,
our history when we needed to work,
not waste, this is it,
BOOM 2U US LIBER""Y STREET. ,NEW YORK. NEW YORK
We are publishing this and other advertjsement& to talk with
at (irat band about matters which ip_ .... : ...... -

With A' Buckeye' in Congress
hy J , 1-<1: I 'E I, UH< \\ '
ion of the 80th ongress has ended.
ion will b gin On Tu sday January
,th Pl'e"id nt hould cal1 a Special
, , ' . ion, l' th R Ilpu b\ic'a n , Floor leader f t,1i House,
_t .. l' l' '' :ic! ' '1 t PI' Tempore and the Floor Leader
f he enat una11imou ly agl' e to reconvene the
'C lng I' ll s under the authority r . en ed to
., '"
tr: m in th arljol:ll'nmen't. reso\uti011 , Wi t h ongre s
adjol1l'ne I publication of thi ' col umll-.:.... With a
Buckeye il\ be suspended for the
ti me ,beillg, H,.9wevel', ', we al'e looking fonval'd to
LJ in " ba'k \) it h you eluting the next ses lon-,-ii
not uefol' .

The 80th ongl'e s-the fir ' t Republican con-
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and th Na\"y Air Arm cont'oue 8f; at pre The
Joint hiefs-of- 'taff-, t up u'ri!1g ' the 'war, wH\
b . made pr manent. A Security - COUl'lcil to advise
the Pre ident wi!,1 established., The War ' Mu- '
niti/on', Board will be continued under the n w law,
A l'Jltral Ifl-teJligenee to cool'diru\-te-and -
c\-aluate dip\ matic ,and military info'rma ion fl'om
foreign SOUl'Ce , will l'ep01:t directly 'to 'the Securitv
. ouneil and t he President. It is believed that undel'
the new law our national defense will be sll'ength-
ened and many worthwhile economies wjl1 eVQutuall:v
P wOl'k d out. '", ......
The Con'gress has ,appropriated ele1en million
dollars- even million five hundred to the
F.B.I. and three and one-half million to t he iv'i1
Service ommi sion-to conduct a thoroue:h in-
of the loyalty of a lar2e number t he
Federal empl oyees, sevel'al thousand of whom are
su pected of beiug members of subver ive organi-
zation and oi loyal to the nation they al'e l1P-
po ed to serve, ' ... Ii< ...
tl'oIJed ongl'e )" yeal's-ha made a good
l' C' col'd in its even month of sion despite getting
off to a slow tart b.ecause of being compelled to
('ompi etely change its committee stl'ucture and The ongr has voted to freeze S9
cial
Security
I gi -i.ative procedurp under the Legislative Re- tax,rat at the, figul'e of F e on
rgani zation Act, It. ha. v:iven the nation the first "-<-{lul'lng the years 1948 1949, DurIng
c:ompreheh. i ve labol" l'eform legislation in man" 1951 t he rate wIll be on ea.ch, begm-
:, ears. It failed to provide tax r eli f, due to two nIng ,Januat
y
1, vnll lnCl'ease
P
'd t' I t ' ' It b ' tt ddt to to 2t;' on each, whlch rate wlll become permanent.
l' 1 en la ve oes. su ml P. an arnen men h" 11 ' b ' ld
che , onstitution to t he States limiting Presidential If t lS a,ctlon ad een taken tax rate wou
Dogs Derive Little,
,From Bone Chewing
"Different Breeds Do Not
Require Different Kinds
, of Food"
Should a dog be given bones?
Except through the teething
stage, wl)en a puppy needs help
to soothe the chewing urge and
dd itself .of ba'by teeth, there is ,
no real benefit from such prac-
tice, states Russell K. Lowrr, in
"Better Homes and Gardens'.'
While the average adult dog 'is
able to digest pieces of bones, the
nourishment he thus is of
little consequence, says Lowry.
On the other hand, the constant
gnawing of bones tends to wear
off ,the tooth enamel. rendering
the teeth useless or subject to
disease before their normal' time.
An excellent way to extract the
valuable matter in bones is to boil
them three to four hours in water
and use the resulting to
impart flavor by pouring over or
mixing with prepared food.
Th ' \iami Gaz tk 6
- hi ll l\l l , -I '27
luI. ' 1947
Mr. and Mr. H ward : ra-
h:llll nter tai n'd at til ir hI me
F ri iay e e.n i in '" m p limen,!
t Advi r} )un 'ii , '
e fa 1 111 filL er: If till I
de )' re
in n' .
atten ied
. ' el1-
Kar n Rav, laug-hl ' r of Mr.
and Mrs. Raym nel, A 1am: f
r\\ ,in w;;'l taken to hil hen
Hospital, in innat i, Thur iay
f r 01 ervati,o n, hI.! i, the
g randdau ()' l1kr pMI' . 13Ian ' he
Carr ,of Har cy.1)ur,r.
Mr. a.nd Mr. Delhert 13:1 don
of ' pring Valle. were gue t
unda f Mr, an 1 Mr . Dalla
Bad 11 an j n ' .
tenure, and enacted , a new Pl'esidential uccession automatlcally have Jumped to 2'Jh / 0 on each em
law. ' It brought an end to most war-time controls. ployer and 21_ 7< on each ...wo!'ker, Janlllal'Y 1st nextl
It took firm action against communi stic and disloyal under the old law. *
Declaring that "proper feeding
is the most important single factor
in the raising , of healthy dogs,"
Lowry sums up the fundamentals
of the oanine diet, Because his
article is such a simple and clear
A nc\\ item a.pp'l.:nrin2' tw
, activities in Government. I t a twelve man Under l egislation, enacted by the Congre befoi'e
Gommi sion, to reorganize the Executi ve Branch of , war:time cl'edjt controls will soon be
the Government. It provided for unification of the come a thing of the past-with the la t due to , be
ArmY and Navy into one over-all defense unit. It lifted by November 1st. The President, under his
incr ea ed pen "ion and benefits for variouveterans war-time powers, had brdel'ed many c:redit controls
group. It btought an end to con criptio'n and othel' fifted 'but had continued them on other commodities.
war-time pow rs. It reduced Government ex pend i- * * *
ture by better t han thl'ee billion dollars, and' made Twenty members of the Armed Servkes Com-
other savings through l'ecisiol1s and the recapturing mittee of the Demoerats and six
of funds totaling more one and Il'oe-half billion Republicans-on the day before adjourned ,
dollars. All in all, the 80th Congress has written 'af} voted to reppl't out favol'8bly a bill to
nviable 'l"ecorn of accom):llisnment,s. universal military training. Thirteen other members
* * of the Committee l'efused to attend t lhe committee
Early last week the Congress completed legis- ession in protest of the arbitrary Elction of'
lat ion permitting the immediate (beginning' ap- Chairman in refusing to hear numerous church and
proximately September 1st) cashing of the terminal school organizations opposed to the measure. It is
leave bonds issued to World War Two enlisted men. also claimed the bill, which l?reviously , had been
These bonds, which, when issued, were non- recommended by a subcommittee, was n.ot considered
negotiable for five years, are, of course, a part' of . in the :full Committee ' on Armed Services, and that
the nadonal debt, The paying off of these bond!" , no member was permitted to offer an amendment
now will help to reduce this debt, as well as interest thereto. A few days earlier Congres'sman HaI:ness
charges .again,st the Hoy/ever, veterans of Indiana, a veteran of World War and' formeT
who wish may hold their bonds until the ' date , of Commander of the American Legion of Indiana,
maturity, and will continue to draw interest. or. them. who is Chairman of a Special Committee to investi"
* * gate pro'paganda activiti,es of the Gpvernment,
On last Friday the and Senate approved charged on the of the,-Hou88 that the War
the final compromise version of the bill to unify all D.epartment had violated the criminal code by em,
branches of our efte Seereta-ry loying nUDicrous pers-ons,.-8nd spending-flllge-sttflt8, -
of National ' Defense The legislation establishes 8 to build ,up support for ' the President's UnIversal
separate Air Force in addition to the War and Navy military training program and to put; pressure on'
Departments, each headed by a Secretary who wU1 Congress to 'bring about its enactment. So it, appeara
no longer have Cabinet status, but will : serve as a likely this measure will become an con-
ubordinate to the Secre,tary of National Defense. tl'oversial issue during the next session 01
who will be a Cabjnet Member. The Marine Corps Congress.
Grown dogs don't need bones.
statement o,f what everyone
should know about the proper
feeding of his dog, the Gaines Dog
Research Centert. 250 Park Avenue,
New York .17 .New York, has re-
printed it in booklet form; , and
will S'end a free copy to anyone
who requests it,
. Some of the , more common IU-
'perstitions about dog feeding are
also exploded' in the booklet.
"Milk does not cause worms.'"
"Gar lie or boiled onions do' not
eliminate worms." "If your dog
wolfs his food, don't , be con-
cerned." "Different breeds do not
r-equire different kinds of food-
only the quantity ,changes."
w ' 'k in thi lumn err -
\
ouJ ta ted that Mr. a.nd Mr .
tewai,t and daug;h ter
III vei into th 1 aYll10 nd
Bm k proped o n M:lin '1..
The artiel h ul j have lat ed
that the m v d t Beaver-
town.
Mr. ancj Mr, \Villiam and
Mr, and Mrs. Gall reat.h of
Amelia, wer w ' ek nd hue
guest 'of Mr. and Mr. Harry S.
Tucker and daughter, Mi '

M r, an Mr. Bert Ba ird of
Wayn ville \\ ere ue t atur-
day f Mr. and Mr. W. C.
Tichehor at "The priilg" on
A ven lie .
Mr. and Mt:. J oseph , Heit-
man of Wilmin ton sp nt un-
day at the ' home of hi parents
near the ,' urg.
-
Ttl conditio'n f Mr_
Rhode, who I1 e ide near t own
is reported as impr ving,
I
To have what , we want is
riches, but to b able t do
without is power.
I
To quote further from the book-
let, "Dogs are rugged ' individu-
alists. Even two out of the
same litter may diller in their
food requiremel)ts. their likes and
dislikes. One may require a pound
of food a d __y, where the other
may thrive on less. One may have
a digesting
August. 2, at the home of DeI- Mrs. W. C. Tichenor at 41Th while hlS brother handles them
aney Carter near town. Springs'" on ave. famously." For these reasons, it is ,NOTICE
explained, it is all but impossible
Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Do ter to layout 'a specific diet-that 'is!
Mrs. John Youhg, of ,Cincin- , item by ite:pt--even for 'dogs OI
, ,
THLMA'S (,UNCH
and FAIRMOUNT
CREAM STATION
The Community Helper nati, mother of Mrs. Ben Beck- and daughter, Sharpn of Spring- identical size and weight. Only by
tt H b t t
field were week end hou e experience can the dog-owner
Club met Thursda at ' e, arveys urg res a'uran 't learn the kind of food and its
the home of Virginia T,a.V lor operator, passed away Thur.s- guests of Mr. Doster s paren 5, quantity which will best
d t 1 30
.... C" Mr. and Mr. Herbert Do te r. 'th hi t
with 35 pre ent . sown pe,
Mae tewart who is a ,member nati hospital. Funeral services Other guests at the Doster
will be closed
"FOR VACATION"
but noW' resides in B,eavertown were conducted Monday. home1 Saturday evenin were
Mr. and Mrs, James Do t r of
- was pres nt and received o rne
1
I 'ft ' f t1 CI b d Wednesday' evening a Box Dayton.
ove y gl S ro m le u an Social was held at Jacob Park
Sun hine ist er .
" The Com'mu.nity , H tper
Club will be held the,
evening of Augu t 26 at J aeobs
Park, Requests are being made
"'to 'CBring the Family."
-
Guests of Mr. and Mr . Carl ,
Brown over the weekend were
friends from Wiliamsport, Ind.
in Wellman. The proceed of
the sales, were given in int e re t
to Mrs. Edna Compton Bogan' s
band, wl)ich made an appear-
ance there during the ,evening.,
.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Donald-
son and daughter, Marilyn have
returned from, Canon, Colo.
where they have been located ,
for several J11onths. '
Mrs. Lauta Shidaker left last ' .
Sunday for Walhoundng where " Mrs. ' AIda Montgomery re-
she will be the house guest of turned Sunday to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Will McCarren. her son-in-law and daughter,
, - Mrs. and Mrs. Dallas Barton
Mrs. Sarah Wrigh,t, who ,has and sons, following a visit 'with
' been residing at , the Donaldson her son and daughter-in-law,
apartments moved from Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Mont-
there inte> the Ethol Smith gomery and family.
-
---- Mrs. Osie Harlan is a house
guest ,this of Mrs. ' Bessie
Cook of near WayneSVille.
Mis Phyllis Shidaker of
Cente rville w'a a Thllr day
guest of her father, Mr_ Carl .,.,
Shidaker.
Mr. Josephin.e . Pennington
and Miss Jean Rich entertained
in compliment to the 4CGleamer
Class' of the Fri,ends ChUTGh'
Wednesday evening at the
hoine of Mrs. Penningtop. Six-
teen members were present an,d
we're Mr. and Mrs, Rob- '
ert Brandenburg. Potlowi,ng the
business session a lunch was
served by the hostess. The next
meeting will be held August 2
at Jacobs Park for a picnic
supper.
My riches con 1st n t in th
extent of my posses ion, but
in tpe {e'wness of my want.
August 3 to August 15
PUBLIC SALK
Will 'offer at Public. Auction, at' re id'ence in Mr. HOllY ..
midway between Spring Valley and Waynesville; on
42, at 1 :00 o'clock p.m. on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1947
I-JOUSEHOLD GOODS
6. of in A-i , C'ond,ition)
Hot-Pomt Refrrgerat,or, pratlcally new'. ABt,: Wash..;
er. RCA Radio. 2 eomp}ete Bed,room, Suites (o'ne solid
maple, new). 2 B,eds and Bedroom Pieces. 4 Rockers.
Living-room Suite. ' Love Seat (convertible into bed) and,
'Mat,ching Combination Bookcase and 'Writing Desk.
Stand and anLige Lamps. Odd Stands. Maple Breakfast
Set, complete. Flat-top Desk and Chair. Axminister
Rugs, 9x 1 2. '2 rolls 0f Linoleum. Throw Rugs. Double
Utility Cabinet. Kitchen Sink. Garden Tools. Manv
, other miscellaneotls articles. A few Antiques.
Terms: CASH
1.
1
I'
;.
Mrs. A. S. Collett in com-
pany with Mrs. Weldon Heller
and , daughter, Mrs.;,
Aufderheide were VISItors 10
Dayton, Thursday.
Mrs. Cart VanderVoort of
Pittsburg, Pa. arrived by train
in Wilmington, $aturday after-
noon to come to the 'burg
where she wilt be the guest of
' Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Ingals'
and family of Grje:enfield were
Sunday ' guests of Mrs, Ingals:
parents, Mr. and MrS. Howard
Collins.
FRANK BRAn-ON
, I II
-
The 53rd Simpson Reunion
will be an event of
-
Mrs. Clyde Le,vicy was in
Wilmington, Friday afternoon
and visited Mrs. Emma Ellis at
,the N Home.
. \
, Jess StanleY and Earl Koogler, Auctioneers
(Wayneaville Phone 2894) (Day\OD Phone KES879)
,

I'

Page 7, The Miami Gazette
WaynesvilJe, Ohi , N . 4327
Thursday, July 31, 1947
FISH FRY AT
VANCE HOME
,'Mr. and Mr, Carl Hawke
Mr. and Mr. 'Ray Hawk - of , I
Dayt n, Mr. . and Mr. MelVIn
Banta f ' James'town, Mi -
Martha Snyder of Sprin field,
Mr. and M,r. C. Lee Hawk ,
Mr. J. C. Hawke, Mr. and Mrs.
Don Hawne, Mr. and Mr . John
Fr 111111 ;, Mr. 'Clyde Fromm, Mr.
and Mr. M. F. , Weltz and
famil y enj o ed a fi -h fr y at
the hom f Dr. and 'Mr
Ralph Vanc in n 01;
unday evenin . Dr. and Mr.
and Mr. and Mr. Carl
Hawke had ju t r turn d fr 111
a fi hin . trip' in C;:anada, "
--
Mr. and Mrs. J hn J, Bur ke,
Mrs. Bail Mi Mari-
l yn Burske, ' Mr . G r'e Wat r-
hou e, Mrs. Ralph Ha' tin,!:!'
Mr . L. C. t John, Mrs. J hn
Fr mmJ Mr. Lucil t:; Armitag
and Mr, and Mr . E. F. Earn-
hart atten ied the ree pti 11 f or
Mrs. Wilma Y eman newly
appoin ted gran:t Repr 'entativ'
of cotland, Order of Ea tern
Clea v I' of Oa ton anl.1 veral
other friends, have returned
from a m st del 'htful fi hin .
trip t Rem r, Minn. Mr.
C\ea v' I' al a visite j relativ S in
St. Paul,Minn. '
"FIDOSH FOR
Mr-. J sie Rol itzer of
Clev Ian j spent the past week
with ,Mr. and Mr . O. B. Marlatt
Mrs. Merl Keain of Cle Ian j
and Mr ' , Roy John n ani n
f chnectaiy, N. Y. als were
DOC FOLK I
, tar at Branch Hill n M pda
evenin
The yri a 'Shrine I3and of
Cincinnati. pr nt j a hand
concert..
Cleaver, m-
an, Mr. Robert

BAIRD Wappinger's Falls, N. Y., and Blanche Saunderl,


New York City, voted respectively Dogdom's Man and Woman of
the Year 1946 by America's dog editor. and writers in poll conducted
by the Gaines Dog Research Center, their "Fidos" from Harry
Miller. the Center's director . The "Fidos" are the dOl world's equivalent
of Hollywood' ... Oscar . ... Mr Baird won the honor for his earne.t, con-
sistent efforts on behalf of the dog on many fronts, while Mi Saunders
was chosen for her exceptional contribution to the making of better canine ,
citizens' through obedienq,e trainin'g.

Steps in the Training of a . Good. Hunting Companion
There'. no.hin, like a ,Dod do,
'0 add p1ea.ure and profi' '0 'he
hun.. Bu. '0041 do, companion.
don', happen; pracdcall,. 147;,h.
OU' exception .he,. are 'he prod.
ucl. 0/ lon" eon.eien.'ou. .rainin,
in 'he demand. 01 .he ..rood. and
field.. Sotne 01 'he .'ep. In 'he '
train in, 0/ a ,0041 ,..n do, are here
lIIu,'raled ",. Elio. C. J' ail, 14714161,..
, ,
- -'---l:-:: n="' o=l47=n Itra;fI6I!- 0/ field do,. and
director 0/ .he Caine. Reaearch ,':
Kennel" Conn.
"WHOA'" Picking the
., . dog up and then plant.
Ing ' him down firmly.
on all four feet while
re.tralnlng , him from
movl,ng I. the beat way
to teach him to etop
In hla 'track. on thl.
command.
, j
THE YOUNO 000 learn . the
COl'ract . form for a point by e.-
ample from a .. oclatlon with an
older and dog. Con-
atant lead. to ultl.
mate 0, atance"
PlaLD "RIAL DOG ....... , ..................... HOLDING. 00'.' ," , N. , ..... ht 'Y h U
"av. t. be held baok until they learn to etand without Inion. man flu.h th .. bird while another holde the d!!l-
e.ad whll. waltlnl for the atart'nl .llInai. ' After the gun Ie flr.d the clOI Ie allow.d to run to W1.
, . 0 1947, (J1/ltU1 IIIHH1t end of a Io'nll I d, and thu. coma. to ... oclat. the twe.
.
O'ue t - d'Ur:n,' th we,,\( of Mr.
an j Mrs. Marlatt.
Wilmin tOIl in i a 1 1,' j ' ,
Murphy Th atre wa the l :1 L"-
sian of the r.emaind'r I. f the
ev !ling.
,
&rfhj
he eketh other - to
:EVA ELANOR EARNHART
Mr: anL r. arnhart
of Beavert own ar announ in o'
' the birth of a dau htcr, Eva
Eleanor, ' at, t. Ann Ho pital ,
July 23. Mr. and Mr. F. E.
Thoma are the maternal
grandpar nt5.
-Edmund pen er
ADVISORY COUNCIL
ENTERTAINS LADIES
The West Wa n
Advi or C unciI nj ed' a
ver. plea ant 111 et ing' n
Thur day. venin '. wh "11 the
'r11 cn of th elul entert aine:t the
ladie, A deli ciou dinn r \\'a '
serv d in the Whiteh we
Re taurant Dining R am, in
PAINTS -
ROOFING - FENCE
HARNESS - PIPE
-1849-1946-
.'
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Phone 2441 - WAYNESVILLE, O.
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soiled. You need n't worry if au send them here -
YOUR ,FAVQRITE ARE OURS. All garments r ivc
' excell nt per naljzed car . UJ servi t: will plea e : u.
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15 words or less. one time.., .. J&c
Eac.h additonal word . ,", le
RATES by CONTaAC'I'
Loana-
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'Ii . 1<. [ .pbRl on. Onio. Ph one 448
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-
. i;;; , r In ur nee. All types of
fn.:urance at a savings. Call
FrtUlCL ' n , Br \\ n, phone
; 293 5 or call
\Vilmington 2111.
FOR SALE-
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FOE:, SALE- % h .p: 110 volt
.eetl'k n:otors. Gme- a] Electric.
1/ 50 r p.m.. exceU"nt condHion,
Pr,ce $17.50 each. phone 2143,
F 'R SALE - N v "I rnn-
'Hnr e" , ..: a<: mot Ir, SJ hp,.
!'t( h f r \\ tl rna hine,
I:l. \ 'n m 'weI' t c. Ra Miller.
Pi' n }3, -87
F . ) , ALE -' M EHCL RY .II
Cam'era, cn. e sun ha , fiL
t er Ben ,ickev V\ flV J e -
'vi I.' , ' - ' 81 4
W A NTED- MISC.
Ball F os See'
Many Good . c.mes
. oft all hit it strid 'again
thL I" Ll t w k with a full sched-
ule of games being played.
Starting with Tue day ()f last
week, ,Pergu n t ook
Re taurant d wn' th all ey wIth
a 4 to .1 lead; We :tne day the
23rd talliei up a run- way af-
' ,fair t ween Peer , Inn an i
Harvl:Y I urg with the Peer bo,
t ppin'g th 'Burg; with :J. 2 _ , t o
5 ore ' Thur da the 24th
mat hed' Fairley ;tgaiil t Fer-
I)'us 11 with th hardware hand-
Ier pa ing out a 6 t tall y
t the tract r men; An extra
p:ame \ a' play d on Friday
ni ght hetwe n Fer !Yus n . and
Peer ' Inn 111 whi h the F rgu-
all team ,. \\ a handed a
eK&' ,while Peer 't otal u up ' 2
runs; On Monda night f this
w ek R xanna Harvey-
htirg pIa. d a 4 to 3 gam ",Vith
the R x m n on the top Ide;
Tu day ni ght, \Va a ,double '
h ad er with Fairl y takmg the
low Id of a 4 t o 1 c re hand-
ed out by Peers Inn. The econd'
feai'llr f th,e evenin wa a 17
t 13 affair betw en Fergllson
and Miller Re taurant with the
hash- lingers taking the bottom
haIL
With The All Stars
/
TAP- H T
t'7 I C I -t r ' m ] led fo it _ pre enl f I'm.
':::J"aph-.--.Jt e There j Y d traditi onary
by Jane lFite evict nee that the ld Frienj
Be ide , i ving- jt the nation eh olhouse, n. w th re idence .
more Pre id nt than an th r of Har ld B, Eanihart, was
state , in the Union, ex ,pt tiilt al ,ut the ame time as
Virginia, hi ha aL p.r - the Meeting H u ' e,
duced quite a number f oth r ' 1811-1813. It wa, Illilt on
p rson famou near an far: land own d ' by Joel Wri Yht" .\
We can pr udlv claim Clark sur.veyer 'anti early eho 1
Gahl , R Y Rogers (-in r al life teacher. Previous t 1812 there
La renee Fr, ') Marg:aret exi ' ted a soci ty faT, educational
peak " (C o p'o'ser, Ollie purp se kn'own a ' the "Miami
, peak' n i e.) Bob H and hool " ciet . ' In 181 Joel
Q nald Dame, the Wright deed d the Scho I l ot
tenor of Album of Famllar to 'ix tru tee, that w ap-
. Mu i , ' and the Metror litan pointed by this ' chool ociety,
Opera ' C. ,.are Clev i the property to e held I y them
natives. W mlg-ht al 0 adj t as I n{Y a th ch 01 \ a need-
thi l ar e" but perhap in m- , d or thi Miami chool ociety
' plete li -t, th lat e.xi ted, r any other chool
Crumn\it . f Jackson, hI. ociety appoi nted by the
We can al ton t that T, r in xi ted: After which it
Power att.ended the niveJ" it.v t be turned over to' Miami
of Oa ion. Fell ow Ohi an we Monthly Meeting, 7\\ary Bail y,
can well be plOud of our part still living in 19 , $aid h
to the nation. first went to en ' I there in
WINS MANY PRIZES
ON' FANCY BIRDS " I
Earl' C. Evans, l ocal
, Fan i er attend d the Oh,io Poul- ,
' try In titut e 'Lawn how at
Xenia fair grounds n unday,
July 27. He made the f 11 w-
ing wins: Fir t cock, econd and
fifth hen in Silver Sebrights ;
Fir t pullet, fourth and fifth
hens in Golden Sebrights; S
ond White Cochin c ck a,p]
fifth' Black Cochin co.ck.
BROWN SWISS
BOUGHT BY RYE
1824. Thomas O'Brien
th re then; he was foll owed by
Will i ,a m Butterw rth; then
John Gilpin, Elli Stok s, "'Noah
Leeds, George Myer all ' f
who 'e ch Is she attended.
The parent ' r guar ian were
expected t pay f r tuition at
the close f each term, if able
to do so, but all of th children
in the commullity were invited,
and expected t attend V! ather
th y .paid or
, READ THE CLASSIFIED .rW$
Page 8
No. 4327
I 47
"h my! Doe n't this
pr acl;.er know it tim .t o stop
now?" whi perect the ' dl gu t d
w r hipper a the prea her
went n with hi , rm ,n.
"Time!" repli d hi om-
panion bitte.r1 . "TIME! why,
he's finished \'vith Time and: he'
how converging on Eternity."
'rake straw and tubhl e ut
f the fi: Id a' ' onn a po ible
after combiniil
Cr
to av:e cl ver
r' alfalfa
hin I;n been Il k d t ' I t
five corn C,ounties and three '
t ba co counti s where )', 'ern-
ment crop in urance .can be
offered t grow r in 1 ( 4
NORRIS BROCK COMPANY
01ncltmat1 Urlon' stock YBI'dB
Live Wire and ProIfteBtve. An
orga.ni2at1on second to 1lO!l8.
st.r1.ctly sellers on the beet
all around market in the
DOlmtry.
That ' Satt.fle.
WIHlO Day.ton, 12:30 E:, S. T
Dial 1300 WlLW
12:40 Dtal '100 ' tOl:' OUr
DaJ 11 Marke Report.
Armitage & Son

WAYNESVILLE, 1081
MORROW No. a ,
. Office "3S
RES. SAND and GRAVEL
BLACK-TOP DRIVES
TAR and ROAD OIL
V A TEr'- To Give Away
me , ed I3 n 'Pup. R. I.
, () k: , Rt. 3 Waynesvi11e O.
Th . All Stars were rain d
ut Sunday night and the game
chedu1'ed f r ' unday. afte,r-
' noon was, cancdect due t the
Cincinnati team failing- to show,
,On Frtday the, 25th the All
Stars dropped a game to Frig-
idaire with a, 7 to 4 score.
l
'
H., L. Rye, Wa ne ville,
Ohio ha recently ureha d
the registered, Brown wi s
bu.11 Ringmaster Dan s
7 535 from S. J. Black ' and
Wm. I-l. Lindsey, Oregonia,
Ohio, according to a. rep rt
from Fred ,Idtse, ecretary
of the Brown SwiS . CaUl
. ' LAWN and FILL DIRT
. .. .
, -7.-31 Breeders' Associat-t , B 1 it,
, HousehoJd Goods -
Wisconsin, .
' FUTURE ALL STAR GAMES. FARM PROGRAM AT
FOR SALE -One' Davenport, Au". 1: 'ISLAND PARK SUNDAY
. -( ,E x II e n t Condition) AliJ!'. 3: Storm S' pon ored by' the , Unit. d
- .Desk Combi- A 8 F 'O"da' e Plal1t 1
: n .... l Ir ' .' Farmers of }\merica, To, m L1l1-
' nati on, me Odd' Au". 1 Q: Sabina ' ,
Call before 10 a. m. or 'after 15: Dayton Steel F.dry. der, Georgia CO'mmissioner of
6 p. m. Phone 2473 -7-31 Aug, 17: Middleto'\vn Colored Agriculture and Carl H.
AuJ!'. 22: Wri"ht Field . Economic Anal t, Wa hmg;' im
KE :0 ' ENE RANGE-' Three 24: Leesbur,l! ,D. C. wiU speak on a Qund
' " burner and' . oven; 10 lb. Au{Y. 29: Middletown Bravanan National Agricultural Pr gram
r eery Willis' Hunter. - at Island Park Band Sh 11 in
]"' . R .'ALE - lermont Heating 'SOIITBALL ' PERCENTAGES Dayton, Sunday, Augu t).
W L Pet A basket dinner and enter-
St()V ; Three burner coal oil Roxanna 11 4 , 733 tainment, music ,dc will be at
t oye_ Oarl B. Frye, Phone Fairleys 10 5 667 12 ;00 with the intro- '
2703 -731 11 6 647 dllction of speakers. t 4,..'0
. F ' 1(' ALE-:KltCt=tt:N1<OOK Peers--I.nn 8 "" 5 .:',615 announcement of Farm Pro-
t a Ie-top ' ga s' .1 i 11 e . cook H.vYS:burg 3 15 167 gram over Radio w'i11 '
stve. Thre ' hurner and Millers 2 12 1'43 be"'direeted . by Ranny Daly at
oven. ' In tant 11, hting. , G od ' - , various periQds throughout the
conditi n, Reasonabl e. R H.A.LLMARK TYPEWRITER lUB- , aftemoon. No admission will be
Bf \ n, Third treet, Ph ne bons now in stock. The Gazebte; ' cha'rged.
:2'1 93. ' 814 ' . -.....:::...---:- . .
AUCTIONEERIN,G , CARD OF ,
HELP,WA,NTED---: STANLEY 'anel KOOGLER I wish t.o take ,ihis,oppor-
CLEAN RAGS WANTED- MUST ..,_ UeaN.. tunity' of expressing ,my .ths.nks
for the mal)Y cards and flowers
be free of but,tons. Pin6 anu hooks. For Da. ............ . ' recel'ved durl'ng my ' recent '
No curtains or silk hOSe 'acOOpWd.
Best prices. C8Jl 2143. Ohio ........ CIIuna illness.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Two Unfurnish-
' ed R oms In Waynesville,
Pholle 2982, -7-31
FOR .RENT- SI eping Room
, For Two Gentlemen With
Reference. Phone 2171.
-7-31 ,
FarmiDI' Implemeata-
FOR SALE-As One Unit,
'46 Ford Tractor and 19
pieces Of Equipment. Frank
Conway, 2 Miles North of
Springboro off State R'oute
" 741. . -1-31
L. H.
HORSES $9.00 . COWS $1.00
. ACCORDING TO SIZE AND CONDITION
' . , CAI;J.
X E NI Afertili'ler
Reverae
Cha .....
454 X_ia 0 .
READY-MIX CONCRETE
E'XCAVATING- and DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
Ask{Qr
"riklls
Da,Jton Phone HE1271 - 2552
TYPE ',TALKS, ..
by J ohri' S. Turner

'0'e r 11 () \11e...J:lOw I l-U r..tther
th 'lI1 leave y u in, I n,,:er f.
well be p rfectl frank, I e au:::
there ' ha n't h en to di y
th t material fl r a ' nlumn
her ar me imp I' j n:
ath red during th trip.
In the west Li i tan e i 11
jn-:' - t' nativ ',- 'we
st pp d f r lunch tl: " aHy'
nice h t -I in a small C' l' ra
Thl! Miami
GAZ'ETTE
t wn that \ it therw" typic.
alJy western as sh W'n in the
atm ay ni ght m vie - a ke i
- , " h r.e the kl
g t It patrcm }qlLi learne i
that they \\ ere 11 men who
worked in Arte ia " ab lit a
hundred mil, down th road-
and sut l:: enough in about tw
'LOCKER PLANT HOLDS
OPEN HOUSE. FRlDAY-SATURDAY, 8-9
f ent ranc' il ill ' n ' w, III d 'rn Y\ aync ' Ll k. r pl ant
atei nn 6a ' i \ i :lmi Mn l ' rn ar:hit '{ural d aOli
. mak ' thi.: 11 \ of tI ' fin '51 f ruz 11 f t,d I ke( plant
In the state.
h urs we \Vent thrall 'h, Art ia
- quit'e a iri:ve t an i fr 111
w rk ea h day,
Naturall we w' nt - wimmin ,f
in the r at ' aIt Lak in :t Ih
\V h ' r , the wnter i:- 7';" -:a lt
an j an I ne can float in it l i tU
a aft f wa I'_ i'l' 11 1-
ihl c:' t(l ,, '1 ,, 1, '1 \ '\ " r' I ' , t, , \, , I
1 r hihit 'el he e th den it y
f th.e wat I' 'mig,bt hreak {h'e
. iiv r" neck-but don't g;c
tuff in your 'I:: ern e'- it
r"' all y burn.
We 11 ari a pin lir Jll tIll.'
fl r f the Morm )n taberna I'
. ...
1I1 alt Lake City and a ..
whi er. fronI the Hill e p t
W\111 we at un j r th halcnn'
.ffi lie ,than 200 f et I ack-eveil
, u )'li . it i m r th:m 1 ()O
oj j the acoll,ti ar th
' j t f. an J"uiJ din
o
' in tl i.!
woMd. " .
, ,
. Chautauqua Highlights
The Hbnorabl Clarenc
Manager ' ElstroHas .
.Locker Ex'perience
he g;. nia! ..of thc
J. Wa n . ille Locker Plant .i Mr.
Elm i: EI tr ' of Oayt n, lii o,
r:n th eventh Ohio Di trict, who l1a had:'rilan vear {'
will d 1ive r. an import ant 'ad- ericn C ,in this field,
dress in ,the auditorium on ,een with the ' Dayton 1
u t 10 at 3 p. m. . Eu 1 Co. I efore a ceptin
o
' . the
This wUl be an outstanding' po ition J1 reo He will If:lv.e
Ffiends , School
Very Successful
Locker Building
Rated Fire-Proof
' feature of the entire stimmer charo'c ,of ' p),()ce ill' ,at1d
sea.; n , and Mr. Br0wn's m,es- storage f foods and ' thro\;1 -h GARDEN. CLUB
sa O' t: is eao' rly awaited. his eJSP'erience wil t..b able to . MEETS TODAY
--e ;-_ _ _ ,..J -, "The, ,and " inforrh tock,er patr0Iil of , the , ' The ' ,.\ a 11 'vi a '
Band, C0111posect ,of and to
Mrs .. T omtinsoo.'.
,personnel of that concern, will th IT ' food for 1 e t r ult '.
give. two ' concerts in the park veral per. _ n '\\ ill I assi 'tini
on -Sunday, August 1 0, first Mr . .EI tro a a Teat of
at 2 p. m. and ' the second "at wor k i nece,s t,lry in the
6 :30 p. m. of a larS' 10' ker plant uch. a. '
. - -
Satu'rd,ay

, '.
Wedding Performed
Ruth Anna alge
74, passed away at her.home on
State Route 73 East of Waynes.
ville, on 1'h ursda y, July 3 1 after
an illness of several months.
Death \vas attributed to sarconia
on the brain. The mar ri.age G'eJlemony of
Mrs. Tomlinson was born in Miss Betty Jean Louiso , of
Clinton county but spent the Clarksville and Mr. ' CarJetqn
greater part of her life here. She She,rwpod, Jr. , of
was a member ' of the tocal ,,::as performed1by WaTter Ken:-,
'. Farmers Grange No. 13' and ot TIck, Justice .of at his
the W. C. T. u. . ' , ' in , Lytle Saturday
this.
, .
, ,
LYTLE RESIDENT
,BURIED HERE, " ,
Joel E, Smith ,9J,];'ytt.
A
"pa,
away at: his 01;'
'Thur day j. of la He is
surv.iy.ed w,ife, - Mary;
Mrs. L.oueHa
Rel\mert and Mrs. Alma Duerr
of. . Dayton; 'and Mrs. Dahsa
King of MiamiSburg; a brofh'er, .
Clarence of Lytle;' and 'a sister,
Mrs. Cassie, Hardy of Lytle.
Funeral services were COll-
dl;1Cted Tuesday at ?-, :00 p.m.
with burial in Miami " cemetery'.
She is survived by her hus- ' evenmg, Augusl '2. Mr. and, Mrs.
band; A. C. Tomlinson; a son Edwin of 'n ear Waynes-
Paul of Rural Route, Waynes- ville were their attend'ants. The
ville; two daughters, Mrs. Ruth couple left fot' a shq'rt wedding
LaRue of Dayton and Mrs. Faith trip and will then be at h'Ome
Shank of Li,ma; a brother, to their friends on a farm Hear'
Joseph Un d e r W'9 0 d, Rural Centerville. COLLETr-MCKAY
R t W
'II . 4; ----- PICNIC AUG. 9 ' ,
ou e, aynesvi e; a slsl.er, FORM"ER RES"'AURANT T'" 8 d 1 C 11 4
Mrs. Jane E. Haines , of Wit '. 2n Annu.a 0 e\:t.
mington; five grand-daughters. MAN HAS OPERATION McKay Picnic win be ,held at
Funeral services under the Sumners former owner ,' the picnic grounds on' SaturdalY.
_ of McClure Funeral . & Marlins Restaurapt; August 9, a<;cording to Howard ,
Home ' were held Saturday at Grandview Collett, Wilmington.
2 :00, p. m. at the Friends Meet. Tuesday morning for
inJ 'House. Burial was made in operation.. His condi-
MIami cemetery. is reported as' good.
All "iel,,"_ 01 I .. a- .,.,., .
Jr .... " i ....... 6", .UlfF."
View. of sQutb side of building
foundation,. ThiS particular spot havtp'g been a town dump -
, many years. ago, . required. Qffill materia.\ to find so) d
earth on Whlch'to ,start , ' .
)
compt'imc'nting Mr, A, S. tion int the matter If thi-
Collett. Two tabl e in p1ay ' \,: ater suppl y i pur ug'h ,t<
Th ' Miami Gazette flag 2
Wa nesvill e, Ohi , N . 4) 28
Thur dar, Auust 7, 1c 47
uri'ng the eveI'lin fY. , tc' u ed ' ith ut chI rine, til It
Ann uncement i heing ma L ' why h uld we p llute our
of the hirth f Kathv \"'aHa y tem \ ith an unlle - :lr.
to Mr; and M); , BrUCe Walla e d, mical? L ' t fin 1 ut if thi
of Co hocton, ' Her mot her i is 'a truth, and if it i ', a ,t
the former Mi s Ev I n M - .a cordin Iy.
Nellie Bunn I) .. the
p , tmi , t res ' . i nj a
va ali .fl an j si ght trip'
thr ugh the uth with h r n
and . dau 'ht r-in-l aw, Mr. and
Mr Ge r e Bunil II and hihi_
Carreno The bab was vi itt"d
rec'ently by ,r materna I
. great -g- randmother Mrs, Laura
Shidaker of sburg'.
The Annual C Immunity " ic-
nic was hel d Sunday AUgll t
at Jacob, Park, Several resi-
dents of th ' burg' wer in
aHenda'nce.
" Mi Ann Williams, oung
. ,
daughter of , Mr. and Mr.
Richard William of near Wi}
mington i th hOll e O' U st f
her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mr" .
H. S, Tucker.
Mi ss Phylli hidaker of
OFFICERS OF THE WAYNESVILLE LOCKER' PLANT, INC.
Centerville spent several day
last week vi itinr friend - an j ,
relative in the ' bur .'
Left to Ri ht ; Mrs. Paul T mlin on (Alict: ' Gon),
A group f many fri ends an
relative aU nde i r- Albert chnaitman, vi e-pr Harv. Burnet, pre ident ;
vices for Will C. Tichenor,
Charle Cook, trea ur r.
: Board Of Directors
Devote Much Time
To ['ocker Building'
Mem I' of th , Board of
Directors of the Waynesville
Locker Plant, Inc. are Mrs. R.
Asbury, Hartley Moss,
Charles Michener, Paul Tomlih-
son, Mrs. Paul Tomlinson
(Alice ' Gons), Albert Schnait-
man, vic -presid<ent, Mrs. Paul
Tomlinson, secretary . and
Charles CooK, treasurer,
Much of the and
planning of the locker corpora-
tio'n ;and the subsequ'ent builct-
of the 'plant can be ,attributed
to the untiring efforts of thi-"
group. Their policies 'set up reo
garding the operation of the
plant will add much t o -t-h.g
popularity of this locker I e.
, cause th first considerati on
above everything el e i g' iven
to customer sati faction. Thi '
can be accompli hed by car ful
handlirlg oJ product brought
. for proces inO' and full con 'id-
eration ,of the impqrtance of
the customer.
l ast week from a
visit with r elative in New
Jersey.
The Simp on reuni on, an
Annual event , was held Satur-
day August 2, at the country
home of M r. and Mrs. Delaney
Carter. Mr. Sylvester Simpson
of Chicago \Va . among relatives
attending. ' ,
Thursday afternoon at the M -
Clure Funeral Home. Mr. Tich-
enor, widel y known song
writer, poet and authorit on
Shakespeare died at :15 a, m,
at his home "Th Spring : ' fI e
was best known for his 'ng,
"Glorious Ohio."
Mr, and Mr. Ralph Bi g:s
Sr, of Waynesville and their
Mr. and ,M!. Ralph
Biggs Jr. and daughter visited
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Collin,
Tuesday.
, Mrs. Charles Doster was
hostess to the Bible Class ' of
JDnahs . Run Church, Friday
evening at the , Waynesville
swimming pool. Fairly Familiar
Mrs. Clarence Price and by EFJl'ELDEB
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles __
Price entertained with a linen ' Do you like chlorine in your
. shower, Wednesday even in . drinking water? Is it necessary
complementing M'rs. . Glenn for it to be placed in the local
Frost, who rec'erWy mov d t o water supply ? This' column has
Wilmington. been informed by reliabl e
Mr, and Mrs, W. P. McCarren ' per that th,e present -.,chlo-
of Walhounding, are spending rine' content of the local water
.fe.w.: days at their home here. is Ro t ReceSSRf , t hat the water
. Th Grange met 'in re'gular . has been found free of any
se iQn at th, Gran 'e Hall, contamination 'that requires .the
Monday evening. ' large' amount of chlorine that
The BC\i1d Mothers' presented is at pre ent I eing ued. Why
a lawn f ete on the school should the public be competied
ground, Saturday evening f or to drink doped water if it
the benifit of the Band. neces ary? Why can't some one
Mrs. Emma Elli i reported or some ,group send in a sample
to be jmproving at Probasco of water from the w li s befor
Nur ing Home, WilminO'ton, the chlorine I used, t o the
Mrs. Sadie Reason entertain- State Board df Health ancl
... II ' ' . I ' ed with a dinner ' at her home, det rmine if thi s i true? Is it
Tuesday ni ght in cO'mpliment pas ibl e that someone in the
d d ' to Mr:s. A. S. Call' tt who l eave departm nt is using thi - method
Mr. and Mr , Fr d lprw od . Xenia t'his Tuesday f or an ex- of water tr atment ju t to
entertained with a diI1n r Wed- - Gursion our of Alaska. Guests "play safe" and lnot beca,use it
nesday' evepiri ' at their hom, were, Mrs. ,Laura hidaker, Mr -, is really needed? Is it p ssible
in ,compl ment t o a 'roup of Cl yde L VI Y and. Mrs. Collett. thi i onl y a "holdover" order
. fri.ends. Tho e in attenctan e Mrs. Clyde Levlcy eM rtain- from the Id Board of Health,
were ' Mr'. and Mrs. Th. Jl1RS ed a g.roup-:: of fri end ,t o > that the pre ent ones ' in
'Welch, Mr. ' A. , CO.llett, , "Card " Thur day .ev ning, charoe have made no investiga_ .
Mr. ' a:nd M'rs. H. S. Tucker and .. ,
daughter, Mi s Ev,ely'il Tuck r,
, Prof. and Mrs. H. C, Milli gan.
'Mrs. ' Alice Urton left Friiay
for Blanchester where he will
be the hquse guest for a week ,
of her brothef and sister-in-Ia \v,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Drake. Oi1
.sunday Mrs. Urton was honored
with a birthday di'nner itt her
brothel'S home with a group of
other frie'l1d and relatives at-
tenqing.
Mr: "Berni e" Jordan is still
recuperating at the B'lair Bros.
Hospital, Lebanon wher he'
has been confined for everal
months. .
.' The 'local W. S. C. S. were
guests of the New BurIington
Chapter of the W. S. C. S,
Thursday. ' ,
A series of special s, rvices
are being conducted this week
at the church of the 'open Bill e,
Mrs. Thoma Welch and her
mother, Shearer of -Ft.
Dodg'e, Iowa, "eturned t o
CONGRATULATIONs TO
THE WAYNESVILLE : LOCKER PiANT
I
: LOCKER 9WNERS: We can furni h you' with meat
in any for storage in your lockers .
.LACY'S Qualit y Market
/
PHONE 2662
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
rell f in innati.
HALLMARK TYPEWRITER RJiB-
/
boIlS now in stock. The Gazette,
Custom Butchering
n and after pt. 1, 1 47 w will 11 ' re't:1. t ' handle yo ur
cu t m butch rin ' at our m' d rn pl ant in Harvey luq::, Wil1
call for t ck and deliver to I ker plant when finished, .
VISITORS WELCOME!
GAIL GORDON
PHONE 2804 HARVEYSBURG, OHIO
. . ,
, To The Waynesville Loeker 'Plant; Inc.
UR UCCE DEPEND ON
THE UCCE FALL BU E
WE CONGRATULATE YOU
ON YOUR FINE PARl AND WI H
FOR YOUR CONTINUED UCCES
THROUGHOUT' THE YEAR .
"
'The Waynesville National Bank-
WAYNESVillE. OHIO
ESTABLI HED 1875
THE OF ..pIRECTORS
OF THE
WAYNESVILLE LOCKER PLANT, INC
W'ffiH TO TAKE THI '
OPPORTUNITY OF AYING
,T HAN ,K S
. TO THE PEOPLE OF TH'E
, ,COMMUNITY FOR THEIR
FINE SUPPORT IN THE
CONSTRUCTION OF THfs
, ,
LO.CK'ER PLANT
Pa.ge 9, The Miami Gaze tt e
Waynesville, Ohio, No. 4 28
Thur day, Au ust 7, 1 47
Cou,.t neWd
. COMMON PLEAS
A. and Robert
K. Landis, executrix vs. J. L.
Bachert, Everett Early made party
defendent . .
, ,Ola Morgan VS. Ott is Morgan,
divor ce to plaintiff child to plain-
t iff. '
Anna E. VS. Crawford
Fugett, granted, children
to plaintiff, alimoriy $15 per week.
PROBATB
Estate of M. Corwin Drake de-
Carr!e Drake,
Inventory heat:ing set for August
11 at 10 o'clock. ' .
Estate of Lyle C. Milburn
dec'd, Richard Milburn appointed
executor.
of Joel Kirby, dec'd,
BeSSie Lee Kirby appointed admin-
ist ratrix,
Es tate of Arch Coleman, dec'd,
Mary Coleman, executrix inventory
approved . .
ES.tate of David L. Reichel,
Edward Reichel appointed
executor.
In the of the trust
created by the will ' to Emil M.
Runyan, dec'd, Charles J. Waggon-
er, trustee filed second acCount.
of John W. Cox, dec'd,
Brown, executor inventory
approved.
Estate of Julia A. Lain, dec'd,
I. G. Lain, executor inventory ap-
proved. .
!Jstate of Effie Rickher dec'd
Louis Rickher, executo.r fUed
plication for certificate of real
estate; gross value of estate is
$6,743.27. '
. Estate 01 Hardy Bowman; dec'd,
Jennie Bowman, ' administratrix
" filed first, final and distributive
account.
Estate of Anna B. ' Roof, dec'd,
Alvin Roof appointed executor.
Estate of Lyle ' O. Milburn, dec'd,
Richard Milburn executor inven-
tory heL\ring se't for August 15 at
.
Estate of Alva B. Walker, dee'd.
Mabel Walker administratrix
tribution, in kind.
Estate -of E. V. Barnhart, dec'.d,
Catherine Barnhart, executrix in-
ventory hearing set for August 15
at 10; gross value of estate is $15,-
. 44'6 .. 0.2.. .
Eitate of Maggie W . . Burnet,
dec'd, gross value of estate is
312.82.
NEW SUITS
. ' .
Decorativ, Gil .. Siraamlines MDdern ROlm
G.... block. aroancl a fireplace sarmo1lDtecI b, a mirror adel
Iparkle to moderD. UvlDr rooms.
u' I THETHER you're plBnnina to dares.
VV build or remodel; you'U be "As windows, doors, partitions or
interested IJ1 the new ways glass pa.rtlal screens they are practical
can bring into your home," as well al ornamental. They let in
say. Betty Swan in an article in llght from' outdoors, or another
Capper's Farmer, a "leading farm room but cannot be seen through
magazine. readily. 'Oley are easY to clean.
"Glass blocks and decorative flat ''Used a. a semipartition or in
glass, now so popular, may be uled archways, glass blocks give a mod-
to .treamline any room." abe de- em touch and reflect light.'
ter, power shoveler,
W!einel, Loveland.
Edna E.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Elizabeth Doad t.o Wilbur
J. Dodd lot in' Mt. Holly.
William Charles and Florence
Lizzie Mellish to Bertha Franklin,
lot in Snidercrest Subdivision.
Marie Biggs to james and faul
ine Saunders 0.95 acres in Hamil-
ton twp . .
Ruth Saylor to Eugene ' and
Nett ie Carter 6 .acres in Clearcreek
twp.
Wyilliam and Mary
Ehrgott to Eugene' and Nettie Car-
tel"" acres in Clearcreek twp.
Florence Clark Brown to' Dwight
and Thelma Keller 0.44 ' acres in
Lebanon.
tialph and Vera to Pres
ton Spencer, lot in South Lebanon.
Joel Kirby to Bessie Lee Kirby
1 acre in lea-rcreek twp.
Laura. Smith Leever to Lucy
Gorsuch, lot in Mason.
Joel and Margaret Den Leitch to
Frank Sams, lot in Turtlecreek
twp.
Clayton and Carey Clark , to
William Johnson, 2 lots in Butler-
ville.
Edward DaVis to Ervin and Alice
Thomas, 0..20 ' acres in
Robert Gutermuth to Viola
Gutermuth, lot in Mason.
Ha.rvey Bowen to iIownd and
Ruby Clemons, 6 lots in Loveland
Park.
Fred Slezak to James and Mary
Jane Musen, lot in FTanklin twp.
Lewis Clayton Prey to Glaspy
Leeds, 4 lots in Loveland Park.
William and Ruby Culbertson to
Jonathan and Bertha May White,
5 acres in Franklin twp
Allen lluffman to :Frances and
Harold Sortor, lot in Lebanon.
Grace Veidt to Harold Morton,
40.50. acres in Harlan twp.
M r. and Mrs. Paul Maurice
sa w the streamline train in Day:
ton, Sunday afternoon.,
Miss Cor a Shepherd attend.
ed the funeral of a relative at
Blanchester, Thursday. .
Mr and Mrs, Harold Fil er of
near Alpha visited Mr . . and Mr .
T. C. Runyon,' S':!nday.
Mr.' G, Haro1..ct---Cook of Chi- '
, vs. Fred Camp-
bell, divorce, gross neglect of duty,
.C. Donald Dilatush.
Betty Fl'ederick, a minor vs.
Washington and Mary
Velma Gleason to David and Betty
. Armacost, lot in Lebanon. .
Arlhul' F'rederlck,ta tnirtor, divorce, .
extreinecruelty, . Donald Dilatush.
.John Francis vs. A. T. Easton,
for equitable I'elief and' money
amount claim,d $11,50.0. anq inter-
est March 18, 1947,
Bender and' C" W. Elliott. .
W1il1iam F. DownelY vs. Dorothy
Downey, gross neglect 0'1
Meryl B. Gray.
MAR1UAGlI LICENSES
John Williams, Jr., 22, Kings
Mills, metal . polisher, Jennette
'Shupe, 18, Loveland. .
Carrqll F. McCarren, 31, .
Waynesville, farmer, Betty L.
Rich, 25, Oregonia. . .
Chenault, 21, Franklin,
farmer,' Phyllis .Jean Woodward, .
17, Springboro, stenographer.
Farris Gentry, 23, Franklin,
railroad worker; Ada Lou Coldiron,
25, Fl'snklin, paper worker.
Arthur K.irksey, 25, Lebanon,
laborer, Mary Francis 21,
Lebanon. .
Murrel R. Bishop, 26, Frankl(n,
inspector, Betty Rogers, 20., Frank-
lin, inspector. .
'Robert Lucas, 26, Miamisburg,
frigidaire worker, Ellzab'th M.
Pauley, 26, Waynesville
Jack C. Ross, I 29, Oregonia,
In.mector, Yvonne Ellis, 21, Leb-
anon, sec}(' tary.
Bpnjam'lI Albert Hill, 32, Fos-
Lenal:d and-HaI I iet Lamb to Ed-
win Sheldon Frye, 0.38 acres in
Hamilton twp. .
Mary to Wade and:Pair-
lee Owens
l
4 lots in Franklin ..
Mattie and William Creighton to .
Ernest and ' Jennie Lacy, 2.25
in Wlayne tWl>. .
George and Mildred Williams to
Alvin and Earla Mae Sams, 0.08
acres. in Turtlecreek twp.
Harriet Waite to Elze and Abbie
Tope: . 0.50. aer eS in Hamilton twp.
. George hnes- to Ralph Jones,
65.25 acres in Harlan twp.
' LIVESTOCK
TRUCKING
TO CIN<;:INNATI
on
Tuesdays & Fridays
Will pick-up stock at
your farm
M. H. HOPKINS
PHONE 2955 .
- WAYNESVILLE, 'OHIO
8 A da hing- r .ug-h and ' 9
tumble am f 111 0 iern adven-
tui'e il1 the wi lds of \ Ve tern oi l
ff l d . L act j i own with action
an 1 .g-al orc.
BOOM TOWN
tarring Clark Gable, Hed)'
Lamarr, Spencer Tracy, Claud-
ette Colbert: with Frank Morgan
anq Lionel Atwill.
10 Mu kal t o 11
. mak OU beam with d li ,g- h.t,
Let your elf glow t this happy
fun how. .' .
HIT PARADE OF 1947
with Eddie .Albert, Joan
wards, Constance Gil
Lamb and Bill GoodwlD.
Also : and C l or Cartoon.
13 The Ii capitali t 14
tllr \v away hi . pill t h Ip
the appl e of hi 'Y' fall in I ve
with a lad fr m the wrong ide
of the track . .
THAT WAY WITH WOMEN
\vith Dane Clark, Sidney
. Greenstreet, Martha VickerS,
Alan Hale. Ab'l : Ct )lor Cartoon
and Pete
cago is visitin ' hi iter, Dl".
M'a:ry L. Cook,

DEAD.STOCK
Mrs, Gorge MiIl s wa a un.
day dinner gue -t f Mr. and Mr .
J. J. Burske.
- We
Mr: and Mrs. Ma nard Weltz
saw th ball game in Cincinnati
HORSES. $ "",
Accerdlnl to Siz. J Condo
Also, All SMALL STOCK
REMOVED PROMPTLY
on Sunday. . .
Miss Barbara Walker of Day- .
ton spent the week nd at her
home. . I
. JiI110'l y Ewi n g spent unda v
Phone
XENIA
1112
WILMINGTON
2362
with hi s parents in Oa t n, .
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DON!T FORGET
For Insurance At A Savings See
Francis Gene BroVin .
Waynesville Phone 2935 or Call Collect Wilmington 2111
Charles Doster
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. and FAR. SUPPLIES
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Dayton Phone HE1275 :.- Local PhOne 2 552
, .
ornplimentinlJ" Mr. A.
Cotlett. Two tabl e w re in lay
during the even in, r . '
, Ann uncement i heing rna L
,of the hirth f Kath W'L1la
..... r. and B Ii alia e
f C ' h cton. m ther i '
the former Mi Ev I n M-
Carreno The baby ' wa vi it i '
recently by her maternal
,!,!Tent-g'J'an im ther, Mrs, Laura
Shidaker of Harvev burg;.
The Annual C 1Il1munit 'Pi -
nic was held unda Augi.d ,
at Jacob Park. ev ral resi-
dents of the ' hurf " \\ er in
, attendance.
Mi s Ann William<;, ung
,
dau ' hter of , M r, and Mrs.
Richard William of near Wil:.
mington is th hou e g:lIest , f
her o'randpar nts, Mr. ani Mr ' ,'
H, S. Tucker.
Mi s Phylli hidaker f
OFFICER OF THE WAYNE LOCKER PLANT, INC
to Ri 'ht: Mrs. Paul Tomlins' n (Ali c Gon), ecretary;
Centerville spent sev ral day
last we k vi iting friend an i
relative in the ' bUT '.'
A group of many frien sand
relative attend d funeral er-
vices for Will C, Tic11 n r,
Albert chnai'tman, vi -pI' idt:nt ;. Harv y Burnet, pre ident ;1
Charle Co k, trea ur r.
Board 'Of'Directors
, '
Devote ' Much Time
To Locker .Building
, Memo rs , of the Board of
Directo(s f the Waynesville
Locker Plant, Inc. are Mrs. R.
, E, Asbury, Hartley Moss,
,Charles Mich.ener, Paul T.omlin-
son, Mrs, Paul Tomlinson
(Alice ,Gons), Alber.t Schn'ait-
man, vice-president, Mrs. Paul
. Tomlinson, . secretary and
Charles , Cook, treasurer.
Mt.jch of the and
planning of the locker corpora-
, and the subsequent build:-
of tlle plant can' be attributed
to the untiring efforts of thL
group" Their policies set up re-
garding the opera1ion ' of the
plant will add ,much to , the
popularity of thi locker be- .
ca'use til. first consideration
above everything elsei give,n
to customer satisfaction. Thi s
, be accomplished by <!: areful
of products rought
for processin and full con id-
eration of the . importance f
, the cusfomer.
burg la t we,ek from a
visit with relatives in New
Jersey.
, The Simp on reunion, an
Annual ev,ent wa held Satur - '
day' AuO" ust 2, at the country
home of Mr. and Mrs. Delaney
Carter. Mr. Sylvester Simpson
f Chicago wa among relative
attending.
Mrs, Charles Doster was
hostess to the Bible Class of
Jonahs Run Church, Friday
evening at .the Waynesville
swimming po'o\.
Mrs. Clarence Price and,
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles
aftern on at the Ml.-
Clure F.un-eral Home. ,Mr. Tich-
en r, widely known on
writer, poet and authority on '
Shakespeare died at 3: 15 a. m.
at his home "The Spring ." ,HI!
was best known for his ong,
"Glorious Ohio."
Mr. and Mr. Ralph Bi
Sr. of Way,nesville and their
guests, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph
Biggs Jr. and cf.alughter visited
Mr. and Ho\ovard Collin,
Tuesday.
Fairly Familiar
b,.. EFl'BLDEE
Price entertained with a linen , Do you 'like chlorine in yOl,lr
shower, . Wednesday eyenirtg drinking water? Is it necessary
complementing ,Mr. Glenn for it to be placed in ' the local
, Frost" who recently moved t o water supply? This column has ,
Wilmington. ' , been informed by reliable
Mr. and Mrs .. W. P. McCarren pet on that the present thlo-
of Walhounding, are spendin<r rine content of the local water
a few days at their homa here. is not necessary, that the water
The Grange met in regular has been found ' free of any
session at the Gran e Hall, contamination that requires the
Monday 'evening. larg'e amount, of chlorine' that
, The Band Mothers presented is at present bein r used. Why
, a lawn fete on the school should th.e public be ,compelled
grounds, Saturday f or to drink doped water if it isn't
th benifit of the Band. necessary? Why can't some one
Mrs. Emma E.lJi s i report,ed or some roup send in a ample
to be improving at Probasco of water from th e w ' Ils befor
Nursin
o
' Home, Wilmirt gton. , the chlorine Is used" to the
Mrs. Sadie Reason ent ertain- State Board ' of HeaHh and
!', : " /"/ ' ' I ed with a dinner at h r ,home, determine if thi s is true? Is it
. arVe'l6bura Tuesday ni ght in' cO'mpliment possibl that sOJ\l1eune in the
" to Mrs. A. S. ColJ.ett who l eave. , department is using this 'method
Mr. and Mrs. Fr d Sh r w od Xenia this Tuesday for an ex- of water tr atment just to
a
nesday eveniri at their hom, wer:e Mrs. ,Laura hidaker, Mr -, ' i really ne ded? Is it
in complement to a group of ,Clyde L vi'cy an Mrs. ' CoIl tt. fhi i only a "holdoyer" order ,
friends. Tho e in attendance - Mrs. Clyde Levicy entertain- frolll th,e old ' Board of Health,
were Mr'. and T11 mas ed a roup of friend t o that the pre Cl} t ones , 111
, Welch, Mr. A. . Collett, "Cards' Thu,r day evening, charge have made no investiga. ,
, , Mr. and Mrs. S. Tuck rand
daughter, 'M,iss Ev-el yn Tuck r.
Prof. and Mrs. H. C. Milli o'an.
" Mrs. A,lice Urton ,left Fri 1ay
for Blanchester where he will
be the house for a week
.of her brother and sister-in-law,
'Mr. and Mrs. ',Will Drake. On
Sunday Mrs. Urton wa honored
, with a, birthday dinner at her
. ,broth,ers home with a 'group of
other friend and relatives at-
: tending. .', ,
Mr, Jordan i s still
recuperating at the Blair Bros.
Hospital, Lebanon where " he
has been confin d for everal
months. .
The local W. S. C. S. wer e
guests of the New Burlington
Chapter of the W. S. C. S.
Thursday. ,
A series of ' special
are being conducted this , ek
the church of lhe open Bible.
Mrs, Thoma and her
mother, Mrs. Shearer of Ft.
Dodge
l
Iowa, returned t
CONGRATULATIONS TO
."
THE' WAYNESVILLE LOCKER PLANT
I
OWNERS: We can fun1i sh you with select meat
in any for storage in your lockers.
, , '
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LACY'S Qualit y Market
PHONE 2662 WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
"
tion int the matt er? I f thi
water supply i pur en ugh to
l e used with ut chi rine, til n
why should we p Ilut Ollr
'I;he Mi ami Gazette Page 2
Wayn sville, Ohi , N . 4138
Thur jay, Auo' ust ' 7, 1 4 7
I' M r . Nellie Bun I!, th'e v tem with an ul1ne ar,
c-hemical? L t find 11 t 'i f th i -
is a truth, and if it i , " It
p tmi 'tre, nJ V1l1 g' 'l
'va ati nand i ht triJ
throu,t; h th uth with h r n
an ' daughter jnJa ',:, M r. an:l
Mr . Ge I' -e Bufwell an ..! hilLi_
r n of Cinci nnati. ,
a rdingly,
'JXPElWRITER RIiB-
bona DOW in stock, The Gazette.
Custom Butchering.
,
On an after pt. I, 1947 w - will be rea'dy ' t han Ie Ul'
cu t m butch ring- at lIr m iern plant in HarYey I lIT . Wi\'[
call for tock and dliv r t 1 eker plant when fini hell.
VISITORS WELCOME!
GAIL "GORDON
PHONE 2804 HARVEYSBURG, OHIO
, ,
To The Wayne$ville Locker Plant, ,Inc.
OUR UCCE DEPEND ON
THE FALL BU INE
WE CONGRATULATE YOU
o YOUR FINE PART AND WI H
FOR YOUR CONTINUED UCCE
THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
The Waynesville National Bank
WAYNESVIU.E, OHIO
ESTABLI HED 1875
I
THE BOAIRD OF
OF THE
WAYNESVILLE LOCKER PLANT, INC
Wt'SH TO TAKE '[HI
OPPORTUNITY .OF SAYING
..
T HAN K
, TO THE PEOPLE OF THE
COMMUNITY FOR THEIR
FINE SUPPORT IN
, CONSTRUCTION OF THIS'
,LOCKER PLANT
Page 9, The Miami Gazette
. Wayn-esville, Ohio, N . 43_8
Thur day, August 7, 1 47
COMMON PLEAS
- J Catherine A. Sloar:.. and ; Robert
, K. Landis, executrix vs. J. L.
"Bachert, Everett Early made party
defendent.
, . Ola vs. Ottis Morgan,
dlvorce to plaintiff child to plain-
tiff. '
Anna E. Fugett vs. Crawford
Fugett, divorce granted, children
to ' plaintiff, alimony $15 per week.
PROBATB
Estate of M. Corwin Drake de-
Cal'Tie Drake,
hearing . set for August
11 at 10 o'clock. '
E tate of Lyle ' C. Milburn
dec'd, ' Richard Milburn appointed
executor.
of Joel Kirby, dec'd,
BeSSIe Lee Kirby appointed admin-
istratrix. ,
Es tate of Arch Coieman,
Mary Coleman, executrix inventory
approved.
. ES.tate of David L. ' Reichel,
dec'd, Edward Reichel appointed
executor.
In . the matter of the trust
created by the will to Emil M.
Runyan, dec'd, Charles J. Waggon-
er, trustee. filed second account.
Estate of John W. Cox, dec'd, '
Karl Brown, executor inventory
approved. .
Estate of Julia A. Lain, dec'd,
I. G. Lain, executor inventory ap-
proved.
!Jstate of Eflie Rickher dec'd
Rickher, executor fiied ap: '
phcatlon for certificate of real
estate; gross value of estate is
$6,743.27.

. ' .
Oeco,alive GlalS Strealnlines, Modern Ro.m
G", block. around a ftreplace by a mirror add
.. arkle to large, modern rooms.
",:I THETHER you're plannina to
"V build or remodel, you'll be
Interested in the new ways glass
can bring beauty into your home."
say. Betty Swan in an article in
Capper's Fanner. a leading farm
magazine.
"Glass blocks 'and decorative flat
class, now so popular, may be u.ed
to .treamline any room," .he de-
ter, power shoveler,
Loveland.
Edna E.
elares.
"As windows, doors, partitions or
partial screens they are practical
as well al ornamental. They let in
llght from outdoors, or another
xoom but cannot be seen through
readily. Tbey are ea'sy to clean.
"Used a. a semipartition or in
archways, glass blocks ' give a mod-
ern touch and light." ,
. Edward !)avis to Ervin and' Alice
Thomas, 0.20 acres in Lebanon.
Robert Gutermuth to Viola
Gutermuth, lot in Mason.
cago i visitin
o
' hi iter, Dr .
'-Mary L. Cook.
Mrs. G brge Mill wa a un,,:
day dinner. gue t ' f Mr. and Mr .
J. J. Bur ke.
J
WANTED
DEAD STOCK'
We pay' 'for COWS $9

Accordlnll to ,SI.. Condo
Mr. and Mr . Ma O'trd Weltz
saw ball game in Cincinnati
on Sunday.
. Also, All '.SMALL STOCK
. Miss Barbara Walker of Oa y-
REMOVED PROMPTLY
Phone
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ton spent week end at her
home.
XENIA
1712
WILMINGTON
2362 Jimmy Ewin ' pent unday
with his parents in n. .
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Reverse Ch.rle.
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DON'T FORGET
For Insurance At A Savings See
Francis Gene Brown
Waynesville Phone 2935 or Collect Wilmington 2111
Charles Doster
'COAL, FENeE, FE,RYILIZER
and FAR. SUPPLIES
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Rubber 'Rolls For All Standard Pickers
Husk your corn clean and it wiD keep , , '
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Elizabeth Alice Doad to Wilbur
J. Dodd lot in. Mt. Holly.
William Charles and Florence
Lizzie Mellish to Bertha Franklin,
lot in Snidercrest Subdivision.
Harvey Bowen to Howard and
, Ruby Clemons, 6 lots in Loveland '
Park.
ORDER NOW, w-hile you can .get
I Grain . and' Hay' Elevators ,
Fred Slezak, to James and Mary
Jane Musen, ' lot in Franklin twp.
Lewis Clayton Prey to Glaspy
Leeds, 4 lots in Loveland Park.
BUY NOW. Don't wait tilllall. It may be' too I.te.
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Estate of, Hardy Bowman; dec'd,
Jennie Bowman, administratrix
filed first" final and distributive
, Marie Biggs to James and 'Paul
ine Saunders 0.95 acres in Hamil-
ton twp. .
. William and Ruby Culbertson to
Jonathan and Bertha May White,
5 acres in Franklin twp.
.
account. . .
Estate of Anna B. Roof, dec'd,
Alvin Roof apPOinted executor.
Estate ot Lyle C. Milburn, dec'd,
Richard Milburn executor inven-
tory set for August 15 at
10.
. . of- Alva\;: dec'd,
Ruth Saylor to Eugene and
Net.tie Carter 6 acres in Clearcreek
twp.
and Mary Vir8inia
Ehrgott to Eugene' and N:ettie Car-
ter 4 acres in Clearcreek twp.
Florence Clark Brown to Dwight
and Thelma ().44 acres in
Lebanon.
and Vera Sullivan to Pres
ton Spencer, lot in South Lebanon .
Allen Huffman to Frances and
Harold Sortor, lot in Lebanon.
Grace Veidt to Harold Morton,
40.50 acres in Harlan twp.
Mr. arid Mr. ' Paul Maurice
saw the streamline train in Day-
ton, afternoon ..
Mabel Walker administratrix. dis-
tribution in
Estate of E. V. Barnhart, dec"d,
Catherine Barnhart, executrix
ventory. heating set for August U
at 10;' gross va.lue of estate is '15,.
Joel Kirby to Bessie Lee Kirby
Miss Cora hepherd attend-
ed the funeral of a relative at
to' Lucy Blanchester, Tbursday.
' 1 acre in learcreek twp.
Laura
Gorsuch, lot in Mason.
446.02; 'f. .
rof Maggie W. Burnet,
dec'd, 'gross ' of estate is $6;:'
Joel and Margaret Dell Leitch to
Frank 'Sams, lot in Turtlecreek
twp.
,312.82.
CJayton and Carey Clark to
NEW SUITS William Johnson, 2 lots in 'Butler-
. Pearl Campbell vs. Fred. Camp- .
bell, di\"ol'ce, gross neglect of duty, Geol'ge Washington and Mary
C. Donald Dilatush. Velma Gleason to David and Betty
Frederick, . a minor vs. Armacost, lot in LE:banon.
Arthu Erederick., a ..JlljJlor, divorceL- .Lenard and Harriet Lamb to E?-
extreme cruelty, . mmala!TII8tush. ' Win Frye, acres 10
John Francis vs,' A. T. Easton, Haml . on .
for equitable relief and money Florea to .Wad
e
Parr-
s,mount CIaiJll,Qd $11,500 and inter- . lee . . 4 .ID Fran:klm.
est from March 18, 1947, Walter A. Mathe and Wllha.m Creighton to
Bender and c: W. Eliiott. ' and Lacy, 2.25
. wtilliam F. Downey vs. ' Dorothy acres In Wlaytle . wp_. ..
Downey, divorce; gross .neglect of and Mtldred Wllhams to
duty. M.eryl B. Gray. Alv ID and Earla Mae Sams, 0.08
.:......,...--'-__ _ acres, In Turtleereek twp. '.
MARRIAGE LICENSES Harriet Waite to Elze and Abbie
John Williams, .Jr., . 22, Kings . Tope, 0.50 acres in twp.
. Mms, metal polis,her, Jennette
Shupe, 18, Loveland.
Carro'll F. McCarren, 31,
Waynesville, farmer, Betty L.
Rich, 25, Oregonia.
Richa:rd Chenau.lt, 21, Franklin,
farmer, 'Phyllis Jean Woodward,
17, SpritlgbQro, stenographer.
Farris . Gentry, 23, Franklin,
' railroad worker,' Ada Lou Coldiron,
25, Franklin, paper worker.
Arthur 'Kirksey, 25, Lebanon,
Mary Francis Ford, 21,
Lebanon.
MurreI R. Bishop, 26 Franklin,
inspector, Betty Rogers, 20, "F ra:nk
lin, in.spector. . ,
Robert Lucas, 26, Miami'Sburg,
frigidaire worker, Elizabeth M.
Pauley, 26, Waynesville.
Jack C. Ross,' .28, Oregonia,
inspector, Yvonne Ellis, 21, Leb
a-Aon, secretary. -
Benjamin Albert Hill, 32, Fos
George Jones to Ralph Jones,
65.25 acres in H-arlan twp.
LIVESTOCK
TRUCKING
TO CINCINNATI
on
Tuesdays & Fridays
Will pick-up stock at
your farm'
M. H. HOPKINS
PHONE 2955
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
Mr and Mrs. Haroli Filer of
near Alpha visited Mr. and Mr .
T. C. Runyon,'' Sunday.
Mr. G.' Harold Cook of 'Chi-
, .
8 A (fa hinK rough and 9
tumble am f m cle m adven-
ture .in fhe \\dld of W tern oil
fi eld_. L aded down \vith action
::lI1d laugh J!:al r ' ,.
BOOM TOWN
tarring Clark Gable, Hedy
Lamarr, Spencer Tracy, Claud.
ette Colbert with Frank Morgan
a nd Lionel Atwill.
10 Mu ical madn s t o' 11
make you beam with d Ii ,ght.
Let ourself ?;I ow to this happy
fun how. " .
HIT PARADE OF 1947
with Eddie Albert. Joan Ed-
wards, Constance Moore, Gil
Lamb and Bill Goodwin.
Also : and C l or Cart
13 The , Ict capitali t
thr '" a\Va ' hi pill t hdp '
the apple f hi ve fall in love
with a lad, from. the wro' ng,- ide
of the track . ,
THAT WAY WITH' WOMEN
'with Dane Clark. Sidney
Greensb1eet, Martha Vickers,
Alan Hale. AI :() : Cui r Cartoon
and Pete . mith pcciaIty.
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in abe Ohio P_en will gift )'OU broad protection againatlosses
OQ your fani:a. It conn your your chattels, )'Our
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You __ p're wbeo you're insured ia the Ohio Parment
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OHIO fARMERllNlulAlla COMPANY
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"It's B.rden's Homogenized Vitami,n D!"
The cream's all right ... ' lots of rich
cream . . but it 'doesn't rise to the top. Instead, it'
. remains evenly distributed throughout all of th.e milk,
so th9t the last serving is iust as rich and tasty as
_the first I, Try Borden's Homogenized Vitamin 0 milk
for beHer tast,e, ' better nutrition I
7Joml/s
," I FIT S P, 0 ROE'" S -- IT 5 GOT rO B EGO 0 0 ! .
Dayton Phone HE1275 Local Phone 2';52
r
All Games Played
During Past Week
4-H CLUB NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. FF'ed Gt'aull1an Jimmy Ewing fell on tI c
entertained to dil1iner unday, bleachers at the ball o'ame Fri-
Mr '. Burre , Mrs. Mary da. ni 'lit and hurt hi chin'U1 i
Wright an t daught r, Judy f lip., .-
Th Miami Gazette Page to
Tbe we k;r ftball pia
in the \-\layne Athl ti A cm-
Un . tarting \vi tl'\. ja.
evenmg Jul 30 ed P rs
Inn and Har.v y burg match d
and a 7 t 4 ore re L,llted \\ ith
Th Tav rn Bo n the to
sid. ' Thur jay ev ning, Jul y 31 '
brouo'ht Fai rl sand Ft; r 'u o.n
on the di am nd and Fairley
chalked up 5 t the -I rattor
M n's 3. Thur jay ev ning Was
double-head "r ni oht. The se-
cond b tween Mill er and
Peer 'av th l att r a 14 score
to 5 for th R tauranter. Mon-
day ni ght, Au ust 4, Peers
scoreq 7 t , thei r o.ppon-
nt, H x a ll11.l , 4.
WAYNESVILLE 'WINS ,
The 4.H Club will m t Mon-
day, Augu-t 1 I at _:0 p. m.
at th hom of Mrs. Ray Kl ontz.
All Jl1 ml' er : ar reqLie te j to
be pre nt.
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J. C. His-e , our vet r ail mail
arrier'l at 0 War ,et ran, i
onfin d at th \ eteran
Ho pital, Da. ton, for 1.; ' rva-
ti n and treatment. ,Every
hopes for his pe dy recovery.
ETAOIN
Miami Chapt r 107 . E. .
will jmeet in r gul ar e. i'on n
Monday evening AU'Ll t 1
t
1,
1947. A "White Elephant" . ale
\ ill be hel d during th ' ev,enin ".
.
Mr. and Mr. \Villi am
Strouse, accompani ed by Mr:
and Mrs. ,p'aul Savage of Day-
ton, are having ' a pi a ant
vacat ion in Minne. ota.
Tro .
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Beisner
and f amil y f Greenville \\! re
Sunday guests of C rwin r,
Mr . Bei ' ner ' i Mr. Ar. ni

Mr.. at Mrs. K. L. El zev
and daughter, Marji ri e of D'lY-
ton, sp nt aturday aftern 111
\ ith' Mr. and Mr . \ tValkr Elz .
Mrs. Grace Schuler, MI' . H.
Burt n, Mr. Arthur Atki n 0 1
, and, Mrs. Loui -e :on 0' r p nt
Thursday in Dn. ton.
Mrs. N wman \ t . welt
and h 0 chillI" n ar the ue' t -
f Mrs, 0 \\ 11' _ aunt, Dr. Marv
L. 0 k. .
The "Old Men "game Sun-
day ev'eI1ing had a good attend- , Mr. Robert Thoma suffere j
ance. Th Wayne ville team a severe heart aUa k while at
r th management of.P rry work on Friday and wa t aken
Cltne cha1ked uP. 15 tallies to , t o the Veterans H pital, where'
the Lytle contlllgent under , he is convalescing ,
' Ward. Pummill, 1 2. Since thi s . , ,
' Mi Judith hufer Let an n
was the gue t f h r ran L
par Mr. and M r, , Bill
chuler.
was losers treat the "boys" -Miss Ruth Bunce of Bridge-
gathered at The Idle Hour ton, N. J. i s her
restaurant after the game and I vacation with her dad, Mr. Todd
enjoyed cold drink, ' and ice. Bunce and other relatives in and
cream. The hi ghlight of the near Waynesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Benton
and Terry were the Sunda.
guests of Mr. and Mr . Delb rt
Conger.
treet was a fine Angle Food
Cake baked and donated to the
winners by Amy Bailey. The
"boys" agreed it was good
and extend their thanks, to Mrs.
Bail ey.
GOOD TEAM
The coming Sunday night
game in which the All Stars will
meet Sabina promises to ,be one
of U1e best games of the
since Sabina , is r'ated : as tops
in the so.ftball fieid 'in this, area.
STANDINGS ,
W' L
Peers
Roxanna
Fairley
Ferguson
Harvey burg
Millers
. 12 5
11 5
11 6
12 7
3 ,16
2 14
Pet.
706
687
647
63,2
158
'125
FUTURE ALL ' STAR GAMES
Aug. 8: Miami burg
Allg. 10: Sabina
Aug. 15: Steel Fdry.
Aug. 17': M' Ic:.town Color, d
, Aug. 22: Wri lt Field
Aug. 24: Lees ur,
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Ary at-
tended a birthday dinner at the
,home of Mr .. and Mrs. Oscar
VanMatta of Blanche ter, last
Sunday. . '
Earnest Martin and wife of
Mr. and Mrs. Girdon Bacon
and Mrs. A. H. Stubbs made a
business trip to Columbu Fri-
day. .
Mr . and Mrs.. Charles Elli
were Sunday callers at Chautau-
qua, . Franklin Sunday evening.
Dayton were callers on Mr. and Milo Beal and family spent
Mrs. Fred Hook, Sunday. Wednesday in Cincinnati.
ARROW (In OF. MY- lLl.EAR .
There's an arrow in the center of my h dear.
, And the Cupid, that put .it there" brqke it' s aO'\iV. , '
'Cause it knew it could never put
Right in that spot,. right where that Arrow had to go-
CHORUs.:- ,
Tha t -Arro:'ii' w',
has m heart all but _ _
, And the heart, thaCput -it there-
. Kn:ows still, it can declare.
It can neyer put another-,
in the heart it can' t repair
'Cause there's an in the cent r
, of my heart dear- .
01 Dear! You crncked the center, did you hear
O! Dear! It's your life time, acting mother.
And Dear, you can never, place another,
Arrow in the center of my heart- , - dear.
, Copyri ght er 1947 by. Stanford Bogen, MorroW', Ohio
. Peerl ssly beautiful are the 50 n ' l yric by this deaf genills.
WaynesviIl', Ohio, No. 4328
Thur "day, August 7,- 1947
--
R. B. Ray and' D n
Tomm WI' kc j hi s Ma,inoll att net d a reuni n of
:u one day la t w 'k: r l ative at Hamilt n, un iay.
.... ..... ,.
i. Blacktop Driveways
I
Road Oil and Tar Applied
Resurfacing and Driveway Recoating
t
FREE ESTiMATES
126 O!!-A!!- 221-L I
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E tab1i'shed in 1 92,
FOR FIFTY-FI E YEAR THI
FUNERAL HOME
HA OFFERED THE COMMUNITY
A 'COURTEOU A 'D GENTEEL
SERVICE
McClure Fuueral Home
TELEPHONE 2 t 11
THE vVAYNE VILLE LOCKER PLANT I 'ONE OF THE
GREATE T A 1:TS ' THI COMMUNITY HA EVER
HAD. ,TO THE SOARD OF DIRECTORS, MR. HJ\RVEY
BURNET, PRE?'IDENT AND MANAGER OF CONSTRUC_
TION AND ALL OTHERS WHO IN ANY WAY HELPED
IN THE BUILDING OE THI MODERN PLANT, WE EX-
TEND' OUR CONGRATULATIONS.
, ,
'DAVISSON PRESS
THE MIAMI GAZETTE E tabli hed
P '. R
N T
Aug. 29; Mictdl to\Vn Bravarian tanf tc ' B', g,en f Morrow, Ohi o, comm nt Ver- - .
plank of New York Cit " Demand them of your music dealer.
N G
Mrs. H: ,J. ' Eb rt and little
Carol ,a.nd ,Mr_. \\T. A.
Callahan ana chil dren, harem
',and Pat,rick of M t. W'ashington
.cincinnati :p nt Thllr day with
Mrs: Callahan' ''' par nt, Mr.
and Mr . i. C. Runyon at Mt. '
Ho'11y. , '
9-12 each, morning
; 1-5 ' aftemoons
. f. Wednesday
' " , "
Saturday
Other . evenings by
A,PPointment ,
TELEPHONE 62-R
Dr. "E. Wilkin
Optometric Eye Specialist
26 Detroit
OHIO

o mand this 0 'also.
.,M. KEELOR,
ACCOUNTING and TAX
Dilattish , Building .- Broadway - Lebanon, ' Ohio
TELEPHONE 511
,e Bef!;t ,In' the field"
BIG M
Maximum ylel"':-both quantity and
, qualitY-wise-is what succes ....
. ful farmers. It is significant to note
that during the past 20 years more
and more of these successfUl fanners
are , using BIG M Brand Fertilizers.
"Best. in 'the field" is ,our ,way of
saying that you can't use . a finer The Miami P'ert:nber
fertilizer fa, all field crops than free- Company" en lnde-
Bowing BIG M-always manufac-
tured up ,to standards. never dowtl operation ql itt owner..
to price. Best buy BlP MI "
Order now lrom your, dealer lor '.11,
Miami Fertiliser Company I c:::.c:,
AT THE "Friendly Store"
O'M,E , FU:RNISHINGS!
:,: Items
9 :&' 12 WOOL RUGS
9 x 12 FEL T BASE RUGS
CURTAINS - SLIP COVERS
LAMPS (Floor and Table)
STUDIO COUCHES Spr'ing Filled)
, I:.IVING ROOM SUITES'
BED ROOM SUITES
STOVES
"Complete HOme Fl:lmishers"
HOME FURNITURE
Phone
912R
00
' XENIA '
(. OHIO
"East Main Street et Whiteman'"
Page 7, The Miiami Gazette
sville, Ohil , No. 4 _ 8
Thur ay, AuO"ust 7, 1 ( 47
:br'JJeJge
A FARM DIARY
by
D. J. Fraizer
(
Au uti; 1947. 8lackherri .
are here-and 0 are hio' 'cr .
I g tome', f b th day h for
yest rday. I nev r aw the
berries thick r n r th chi 'ger -
more plentiful. I wa away ' last
summer during the hi Tg r
. season and I had alma t f r-
gott n about th rn a'n j I didn t '
' chang-e all my cloth a' soon
as I got home, ' 0 I have
suffered. Do any f the n w
in e t r "p !lunt that hav c In
on the market in e' the \\ ar a
any goo j ? The boy br ught
me some berries almo t hvic
the ize of the other on our
place. I have heard of p opl
that have pla.ntc!d improyed
varieties in their erry patch s
with good success but th e had
,planted them elves. We u ed to
have quite a lot of dew berrie
hut they are all gone but one
little patch. They ar a littl e
earlier th.an the ordinary black-
berrie . Now that sugar is a vail-
able it 'is a good time to armour
your?elf with overalls, a hirt
T'hi i the picni' 11. The
Grange pic.ni whi h wa t -
ha ve been th cond ha been
p stp ned be au ' e f the .Farm-
er" Pi ' ni at the Fair er r und.
Tw pI nl ' n da w uld
hav len t 0 mu h {r th
wh want d to g t Ii th"lut
the Home E n mi ( m
mitt e m t \\'ith Mr . La \vr n
Furnas t t a new dat and
plan for the ' upper whi "h i t
be rv d afet ria ty,l a it
wa let t ar. Pe I ' a v it '
doe nt 'cost any m r to 'hu \' .
'th ir tlian t I ring a
ba ket an j a mall am unl wa.
c1 at' d for the h lar fund.
Th yare trying t k P the
price d wn that veryone
can .come an brin
o
' the
It is to be held at Smith Park .
on Aug'u?t 16. I havent hear j
anything about any fri d chi k-
en more likely hambur ers, but
I did hear rum r that ther
would be home-nu'de pie f r
desert, so be and c me and
.bring your famil y. W,e'l\ be
thinking of all you Gran r
live somewhere else no\v.
'Why dont all of you who live
near enough come .. back for a
home-coming ? .'
Temperance Group
Elects Officers.
with the sleeves rolled down, (Held Over From Last W k)
some leather gloves with
finger tips oft, a bottle of The annual all day meeting
chi ger lotion and replenish that of the Mi ami Valley _ W. C. T.
. jelly suppl y'- U. was held on Tuesday July
No one has needed to go el e- 15, at the Chautauqua grounds
where for cool breezes this year. with such a fine attendance of
We had two or. three days f the delegates from the seven
c rn weather. but thi morning cou'nties that ., the morning'
felt like frost again. I like it but meeting in the Frances
it isnt so go a ('t, for our poor Cottage .could not, accommo-
corn. However if is rowin dat'e them. During' the busi nes
and some of it looks g ad hut meeting the devotional servic
many fields are spotty and was led by Mrs. E. E. Caldwell
\Va hed. Here hoping for ' a usi ng the subject "A grand-
warm eptembe'f and-Dcto-her. mother"-thi s b@ing l he g.rand- ,
mother of Fanny ' Cro by.
'Mi key, the lamb, has one . 'The election of offi cers r _
the way of all lamb. Y terday '. suited. in Mrs. ' Ralpl1 L'ane of
we ent him to market. I h ul d
have sent him to the lamb pool .Red .Lion to succeect...Mrs. Grac
but I forgot it and we took him Hussey of Dayton a president.
to the 'Community , Sal' . It Re-elected were Mrs.. Bertha
seem ha rd-hea rted to rai e .it Larrick, Wilmington as Vice
from a. tiny haby thing nl y to 'P res i.d en t; Mrs, Margaret
make it into lamh cho.p for crubey of Gayton as eer-
someone, ;bufthat is th way of tary ; Mrs. Drucilla Vau
lamb, that i, th ir de tiny: He Centerville, Trea 'urer and Mi s
wa fast hecoming a nlJi ance Nettie , Eel of Cin innati as 'n
for he' still . thought h hQuld member of the oard of
live on th back l arch in tead trustees.
of in the p.asture. it \Va nt
safe to turn your I ack on lIn.
Ap to the h uSing .
c mmittee were Mr. Hatti e
RL!ny n f Gut'ler County. Mr .
/ He n.r. p ar f Clinton t lint
and Mr. Pauline Gal , n I f
Warren unt, .
Mu i wa - fu,rni -h j t Mr.
Gc n ' I' an Mr. Margaret
Lackens ' of Franklin during tli
dinner hour.
Dr. Emma H llaway' of
Wa n svi ll had the aftei'!1 on
meeting dev ti on in th ::lining
Hall and mll ic was furni hed
by D rothy arid ally P mer y
of Mi idlet v. n.
. .
Dr. Moret n F. cruhey bf
\ '
Dayton aaqres d tll meting-
n the uhj t "I America
. Committing Suicide?" 0 r .
Scrubey predicte9 that the
nation would be d troyed from
within instead of an enemy
from without, 'by the bli ght o"f
irreli gion . and the , curse of
'd runkeness.
A survey show that there
are 210,000 churches in the
United late and 430,000
ta verns and saloons.
The attendance and interest
shown at this meetin incjicates
the growth and popularity of'
the temperance movement.
I Recent Bride Honored
With Shower, July '25
, I
(Held Over From Last Week)
Mr . Warren LeMay (Mar-
garet Hardy of Lebanon) a ,re-
cent bride, was honored with a
bridal shower on Friday even-
in , July 25 at tbe home of
Mrs. Charles LeMay on Dia-
mond Hill.
, A. ' pleasant .evening of games
and contests were enjoyed by
all with a salad course refresh-
ments following. The bride wa
the recipient ,' of . many lovely
and useful gifts.
The invited g- ue t were Mrs,
Carlton Stanley, Mrs. Alfred
Hardy, Mrs. Charl e Kunker,
Mi Harriet Schillin g' and Mrs.
P. U. LeMay of Lebanon.
Mrs. Russell . Terrell , Mrs.
Hic-hard -Giesseman of Xenia;
Mrs. Ellsworth Winks of 'Union
and Mrs. Harold Rutherford of
Da ton.
Mrs. Loyd Davis, Mr . Mack
Wit n, Mr. S. ' S. Elli , Mrs.
Harvey . Sackett, Mrs.C. E.
Stanforth, Miss Edwyna Shin.-
forth, Mrs. Ronald Mrs.
John Fromm, Mr . Jame - Hart
Sr., ' Mr . James Hart Jr., Mrs.
OIL
He had larned ' to hutt. Wh n
they ' br ught him , in . ring:.
he 10 ked about at atl the
stran,ge face then b tw en
the feet' of th tra.ders und r the
seat. They him <;>ut and
rn he went again, in and out,
until Russell said " Lota.." fter
he was sold he. was ' put fn a pen
with some others but the boys
saw him an'd aid "Ther"
SERVICE
Mickey," and Mi'cke, ai j,
"8aa-a/' I looked in and aid
"Good-bye., Mi ckey" and Mick-
e 'd '''8 " Y sal, naa-a-a..
The best of our ' hay is in,
' some baled ' and some loose.
More hay than I had last year'
but still not enough. I must buy
more hay or sell orne cow.
Our eats is cut and shocked but
not threshed. A fe\v straw
stacks have been going up but
many fields are beillg combined.
W have a few acres f timothy
that ' is "fast getti rlg over tipe
while we are busy' wih clover,
the question now is whether to
cut it for hay or combine it for
seed. That might pay if we
c.ould get it at j st the
That is tl1e vantage of
ha V1l1g 'our own bine
LUBRICATION GREASING
TIRE
I ' 1
Servis Service. Station
SERVIS, PROP. WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
, ,
Mi s Kathryn T mer of CharI s Price, Mr. L. J. 13u r1
ton, Mrs. L a C.onner, Mi -
Sarah Conner, Mr. Claude
WhHtamore, all of Wa n -
ville th h e Mi
Mari tt a, a f rmer t acher' in
our pul Ii ch , 01 wa a Fri-
day fli ght guest of Mr. and Mr '.
Gilbert Fr 'r . he had p . n1 th
Ruth L ay
Frank LeMa Jr.
and Mrs'. Ch arl
past ,several day Wl 1 r. am
Mr. Vi t r Carp ntar, nlear
Middl town.
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C.OMPlETE
, .
SERVICE
r t ke p ur s 111 1'1'0
mplete and appr priat '
STUBBS Funeral Home
TELEPHONE 2291 WA YN.ESVILLE, O.
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C 'A 'S 'H
FO R USED 'CARS
'Any or model
Fred Kahn Motor Car Co.
: PHONE 311 '
.;.,.
LEB.t\NON, OHIO
SHERWOOD Refrigeration Sales_
-========== and ' Service ==:: . ===========
PROMPT, EFFICIENT REPAIR
ON ALL MAKES OF EQUIPMENT
Representative f r -
WILSON
' '. MILK COOLERS
HOME FREEZERS
Phone 332 'M
Ive,
Educational packed
. with Thrills. and :Fun
here in one grand collec.
tion are ' thousands of exhibits that
pohlt the way to . prospe,rous larmhig,
comfortable living and better busine8s
for all. While countlels special events,
varied entertainments, 'Iparkling shows
and gay amusements provide holiday ,
relaxation for old and
THOMAS J. HEUERT .
Governor 0' 011/0
FRANK FAINSWOIJH . EDWIN J. lATH
Olredor 0' A,r/culf.llr. Ira', 'air ,Mana,e,
L,EBANON, OHIO
HIGH SPOTS
' OF INTEREST '
livestock and Poultry
Field, Dairy, Garden and
Orchard Produd.
Conservation, Sci,
and Highway exhIbit.
Modern farm Machinery
. Youth ActlvlIl ..
New.st Hom. Appliance. '
Cu'ture and Fine Art.
I Fre. land Concert. .
lad'o .roadcast Show.
I M'dway Amu me",.
Harn... Ho,.. Racing
""gh. Ho,.. Show
freat Grandstand Show
ADMIISION Ar GATI:
Allult. SOC plu. ,.eI. to
Ch"". 21,. .... parkin,
0PPO"te ' 17th Ave.' ' ... _
..... ce.
Mee, friend.
af 'he fair
Ir
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l4551f1ED
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COTTAGES -/
FARMERS RECOMMEND
NEW. FARM PROGRAM
Are ou affected by til pI ' _ In a di:[rkt 111 ' cl i ng :I t til
nt h u ing ' h ria,'? r aI" ' ''n\' r ' H,lt ' l i n
....--.;-,.,.,.,.......,.. . vi tili " mditil) n::- that m re than :fli- r lrm ulltlin.:d
CLASSIFIED AD BATES
25 words or less. one time. . 260-
Each aclditonal word 10
SPEOIAL BATES .by CONTBAcr
,
. Loanl-
FEDERAL ' LAND BANK LOAiNS:
For Ref1nanciI28 -'- RebuUding -
Buying. 4% Farm loans 'with lang
t1me to pay. 'Pay part or all any
t1roe.
LEBANON NAT'L FARM LOAN
ASS'N, ElUs H. Sturm. Sedy-
Treas.. Lebanon, Ohio. Phone 448
tc
Real Estate' For Sa.le-
IF .YOU HAVE A PROPERT"'f OR
FARM TO SELL Cell or Wrlte
OOn Henderson, Tel. 617 '
Lorain Ave., Dayton, Ohio. tfc
REAL ESTATE
DON'T FORGET 10 CALL
us f or I nsurance. All types of
Insurance at a savings. Call
Francis Gene Brown, phone
Waynesville 2935. or call
collect. 211,.
FOR SAL&-
... , 'ou t . in a 5trll ,tur > ,
the \ ilI a 'e" Th work hall un ,irahk an i 'unar "LHI1:" a plan f l' a ,11 W lla(j n\lal LU' 1l1
Clll i all pi p , val v ... , val ve t If? If s , . 'I.; may rr whi'h wi,l I.: uI
1
- '
b xe_, fir c nncct - ' .1 ',( lIT II I til' t I a j 'rs ill \Va ' I
ing int x,' ist ing main and re- ,
zy tas' we are oj't 'r t 11 Til medinn' i n f
t rin 'sheets, iLiewalk-" f 1 . ''' ,
t th ir orginal con jHion. . r , a e, r . Rot ert Peell \ ' ht ) trust ' f ().J'
foll owing Ii ted materi al will c The e coHag s are b auliful th . hi I F:1.l'lll Bur au, \Va:
f urni hed by the Village free f ani dural Ie irl an 111:11 mea - held July, , I () -t.7" ,
otto tJle ntract r, and in- ure .. Til yare d t ,11l"'et Farmer ' al k nLi ing the 1118't-
stall ed by t h contractor : (1) tll :11 proval f the . 111 -t tudied 1 l' \ 'ril ms an j 11-
'10 0 lin. ft. of 4 in. ca t ir n di ' r et. Til y :liff ri '1l11 ple j iti on whi h have I '\1 found
II and pi ot pipe, for 150 II s. room) mea urin 1 fe "t h 2-i on far'm' v'r the '1l1l1tr dur-,
/ q. in. pr ui'e, in 18 ft. f eet. The fI r are c n ' t ru ing the pa t The, dc-
l ength ; (_) tlue (3) four of pine wo d an t the c ttn f.!: ' dded that the mos{ -ed II -
,inch ( 4in,) iron ' b cty valve' itself i full y in ul ai ed in' r(i'e!' nomi c PI' hlem c nne t d wil h
with bell en s. to prote t , ou fr m the old (I f farming i - ,a fl u tUilting in \ me.
winter and tlle heat f ummel' ThL' f, und t he
Each bid rhu t contain the Th
ey are weather-boardc i and the rea n f r far m , PI'( _
full name ,of every person or in additi on t o this t hey are mnf- ram in the ni tect tates,
company interested in the same" d th b t '
, e w a eo . A nl aj' rl't f tIle P' l' OllP felt
and e accompanied b bond l:>
in the sum of one-ha'lf of the We prefer that u llnder- that the I!: v rnmcnt h ul :i he
submitt d bid t o the satisfacti on stand the tr.ucture are a, nuth rized t PI' te ,t th ' farmer
of the Board of Trustee of tuall y NOT cabin. They arc I. y Kll aranteei n ' farm 1 ri
Puhlic Affair, or a certifi ed Cottages, copied aft r attrn . Under )'overnment nntr 'l ,
check on me solvent 1 ank, as tive home; gi ving yOLl . 0 111- m t felt that pri c, h ' ul i I \
a uaranty that if the bid i plete mod rn int r an i :<- j up t 7 ' of nrit" , '
acc pted, a confr,act wiII b teri or de i gn.. Takin g pred edi n<1' 5 y aI"
t d
t d 't f f course" u fl1U -t u ,them pri' - a a I a.:e f l' I arit and
ere Jl1 0 an I ' per ormanc . t o kn w what, e ar m 'anin 0 ' , ' ,111 \\\' n r a ert ' ,LI'II ' eI' I' O' of
properl eCllred, hould any tl
bid be rel'
e
cted u h h k ,will hence if u ar intere t :i ma v fr e market 11 an Cl mm( dit
we ext end our coriial invi ta- "
FOS SALE- TWO h,p. 110 voU h f orth\vith r turned t the before contr 1I d pri e - wer\..:
76, ti on t o y u t o ome t Per' 'd '
. electric, motors, General Electric, bidder, and hould any id 1. e L P' T t t pal ..
1'750 r ,n,m .. excellent cond1UOn, accepted such check will b re- .one orne me avern at a The meetin was ne , f
- . Rout es 48 and ,73 ( uth f the .
Frti.ce $17.50 eacll .. Phon,e 214,3. turned upon the proper ex cu- ft h . h cv n imil ar meeting" h in
tion and ecurinO' of the 'con- ' as r 11 ' t) Ht:! rc , 'u an h Id ' verthe tate t det
'FOR' ALE - New ' . "Iron- tract. ' < . without bli :ati on, the t 'pe f the hi farmer' - t hinkin,', on a
Hor e" ga mot or, 5/ hp,. B'dd -l C ttage \ e jes' ri b her . Th national , f arm pI' ()' ram,
't I I f a h' .) . . 1 er ' ar requ t I I to 1I n \ hich u :an
UI a. or w mac l1l1e, tIl " pI"lnte -l f orn1 '''hI' h "'111 11 Culbr. th, . ('f)'ani zati n dire t r
la ' in 0 e t Ra M'lle . 1 'Y ,y j li\ er d \vit hin a 2 mil
. \v m w r, e c. Y I r. f 'I d l' t' of t.he O.hj Farm Bureau, nr ,-
Phone "5 87 urnl le n app l on, 'J'adiu f Oa t 11, hi a r nl \, ' t t
. ' - -, - , The ri 'ht i reserved t o r - 650. ), Te.rm avail ahl i"f ented th u j t ef re t he
8 '. '\
Tht.L-L v\n help'd ' h' " ' 1 -
I rate the ixtieth birthdil '
. at a i inn "r h Id' llgu; t
f r \ Valter Th m\" un \\'l'rC :
Mr. an i 1r . \ Vilbur .'I'll
on ia.u ht l' and 111, M 1'. an i
Mr -, J hnny Lc" and dau,:.,:'h-
t e r, M r, H i 1'1' ) \ \ a\" I' , a 11 I f
a t n; 'Mr.' and Mr..: , very
hr ul , in 'innaii ' h . :11l i
Mr ' , Edwad Camp ' ani , 1l\1,
L e b a 11 n; I:IU :ic,' L:t h , :lll d
T mmy a1lLi I arenl: , \\' il I r .
and Je_ ie Th mp ' Oil. ,_ veral
o' ift were re I Ve i an i among'
. them \ a - beautiful c.ak with
y ' Birth 1a, Dad' fr 1l1 '
Qis daughter ' ana n-in-Iaw,
FI ra and Avery , hrout,
n Ie Bert . h 'ph 'rd had :t
nUl1l r f 'Ill \.. I' til ' we k
end, and 'am n " them hi s ' 11,
Lauren e , heph rd )f Xenia,
Wil- n h ph I'd and famil y
f Da t 1\1 and Mr. Hain 's (f
Wilmingt n.
FOR ALE '- MERe RY II .ject an and all hid '. u wi h \ 'ith but 11 -third /)' roup. A lun h n wa h Id at
Camera, ca e, sun hade, fiL By: order of the Boa.rd f d \ noon, ' ' NORRIS BROCK COMPANY
t B R
k W own. '
r, . ep IC 'ey, a:, ,ne - Trustee ' f Puhli Affair PEER' ,' L NE ' ME lINE Tho e att en\i in
o
' fr m W;ir- CinctIlill:Ml Stock Yuds
viI1 0. ' , -' - 814 . Charle James ' Cl erk. l' 0 unt \\'ere Alb rt H, Live Wire and Progressive. An
AGE N CY B P W C f organlzaitton second to none.
FOR SA
' LE--Green Beall For - 1 . anta, f. ' . <LIT n , "trl1l strt tl ll' ' the ...... -
C '. . B . ; B ' k t ' , " Ph ne Dayton M0 7
3
3 Bureau,. ' , Elli . , , e' . \ ' ar- all C in
. annm :, T1ng as , . N ,0 TIC E ' . - adv - .2 1- ... 11 Co F"rnl 13lll'e'l U C \ 11
Geor 'e P t er 0 11 , 'I Mil e ... ,r< , ( , t OO-J' ,
from Wayn' ville on B 1- In the futur w that - -IBl'4fo'+Hari, Walt r All 11, LeI :111 ) n, Service That Satlsfle.
brook Road. -2- '14 ' no one. in thi community Notice, o( Appointment A. T.' Ell t 11 , FrankliJl , .1 . M,
Household Goo,de . ...;"
KERO ENE RANGE- Three
bunter and ov it; 10 lb.
ery cal . Hunt r.
FOR ALE- ' KITCHENKOOK
tall -to Q'a ' lin e cook
,
- Ira " 11 y a cI v e rU""':sl""nrl'Ogr-rooo-i.- r c;'3'e-tz.j sr--f>; t1"'25'e'"' r e5"
t
b"y..--ngmjvrr::c"" n.--ttrr h 7i"atr--fO=;-lrferpecnll?' - 0 r (l'a n i z at i IT " an cI g L l' 12 :40 Dial 700 ' . for Our
thin O' el from) an)on wI;o Catherine \ in p .ar .Barnhart' n. Da.! lY Market Report.
may introduc him elf as a who_ Po tOm Aidre i -
R pres 'ntative of th Ameri an Wayne viII, Ohio 11'[ I en'
Legion unle s th y have a dul , app intei .a . Admini ' -
written Jauthorizati on igned b tratri x '\ ith the 'Will Ann xe i
both the C and. the of the E tate f E. Bar-
Adjutant of Wayn To'\\ n hi p n tt late of Warren C unt "
Vet rans P t No. 6 15. Ohi o, ea el1;
W r date all that th > ,Oat d thi 4th jay f
' cmniunity has done f r th i ' .u t, 19-+ 7, .
SAND and GRAVEL
. BLACKTOP DRIVES ,
, TAR ,and ROAD OIL
TELEPHONES '
, WAYNESVILLE Z091
MOItROW No. S
LEBANON 'Offlce "3K
RES. 1291.
st.OY. Thre ' burner and
yen,' In t ant li ghtin g. Good
ndition. Rea onabl e. R g; r
rO\ h, Third treet, Phon
219 , 814
Post, We are dOitlO' thi in order Ralph H. Carey, JJti ()'e
that no person may repr s nt of the F'r bate Court,.
them elve a A 'ent of the Warr n Count" ,Ohi
HELP WANTED....... American Legion in an attelJlrt tanl ey & At 2 1
LAWN and FILL DIRT '
READYMIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING and DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
----' , . to __ __ __ ____ .... __ ...,j __ "'" ...... __ ..... .....
OLEAN RAGS WAm'ED- MUST Thank YOll all very much Notice of Appoint,ment
be free of pins and f or your help in this matter. No,tice i I,l e.reby 'ivan that
No curtains or silk hOSe accepted. . , . .
Best ,prices, call 21-43. ' WIlliam (BIII) . awyer Cleda E. Dakin whose P t
LEGAL N 'OTICE
Sealed bids wi.\1 b.e tec ive'ct
by the Board of Tru ' tee f
Public Affairs of Village f
Wayne ville, of Ohi o, at
the office of aId 1 oard until
twelve o'cl ock rlooQ, Au o' ust
11, i, f or ' furni hing the
necessa rv . labor and rilaterials,
for the ' installation ' com-
pletio'n of a new water main
from the two exi ting wens to
. water main at the .int.er ection
of Mill and Main Streets for '
supplying water to the Corpora- .
tion and the inhabitants' thereof
" in accordance with plans and
specifications on file. in . aid
office, and t1t1ed, "Proposed
,Water Main for Waynesville,
Drawing No. 46083 / 1
and No. 46083/'2." The work
'covered by the specifications
consists of furnishing all labor.
equipment, ' appliances and
materials and performing aI1
operations for the
installation of . lhe new water
IT, '''s for the Vi1Iage of
W;i ' Ohio, in full and
11 i: c , '.':' satisfaction of
OtTlc Addres i R ute No': 1,
Richard' Campbell Wa j1 ' sviIl e, Ohio been
Adjutant duly pointed a A iminis-
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AUCTIONEERING
STANLEY and KOOGLER
BBOD118 yea ..
rar Dat.el, Plaoae ....
0bS0. ae.-. a.ra-
tratrix of the E tate of Harry' E . .
Dakin late of "County,
Ohio" deceased.
Dated this 4th ay Qf
1947. '
Ralph H. Car ey, Judge
of the . Probate Court,
Warren County" Ohio
C. Donald Dilatush Att . 821
WE PAY 'FOR
' CO\VS $1'2; . HORSES 0; . HOGS $3 cwt. '.
ACCORDING TO SIZE AND CONDITION
CALL
X E N I 'A . Fertiliizer
454 x.ita o.
E. G. Bach .... lac. ,

. ,
ATTENTION!
We now have me Fertilizer on hand and are booking order '
for fl)ture delivery.
"
FERTILIZER IS AGAIN A SHORT ITEM FOR T",IS YEAR
, I "
WE CANNOT .HOPE TO FILL ALL ORDERS. MAY WE .
YOO PLACE' YOUR ' NEEDS WlTH US , All
ONCE TO ASSURE YOU OF YOUR SUPPLY FOR THIS
FALL.
PHONE 24 41
Fairley Hdwe. Store
OHIO
TYPE TALKS ..
. by John S. T,urner
. .

, .' .'
Miami
GAZETTE
,' ! per Year
CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE
MEETING FRIDAY NIGHT
I
Sesqui-Centennial Observance
In Waynesville, Sept. 12 to 14
Ian ... f r (11 " ' lui .
C nt cnnial 1'\ ratilt11 rl h:-
)1"1:1 ' in . \ \' a ' vii k I
111 III ntu111 a 111e ' tin r h 1.1
M 'nd a " . "llil1'" at til ' T; \ ' n
Sh1J House in w'hkll r 'PI' I ..
t:l il.ve fr hl t il yari ) U ' ur,Qani -
z . tl 11 'lni chur Ii .: in
, ml11unit y \ cr ' I re': 'Il t ( II ii. -
u-: the vari u- fadnr - ill t ill!
Soap Box Derby
Big Sesqlli' Event
. ,
\Vayne ville will ta,i it
. ,r' : a 11 11 in'" f the 11 t. .
Funeral Conducted
'For ' Bernie Jordan
11ri t '. (l ap B x erl at tll
min :" e u j -C -n t l1Ii i a I ' n t
t he held eJ L , t:!, , ! anj 14,
0,\'5, and (-.irl :" I (we "n the
a
o
' of 12 and l' ar
3
in it ito
nter thi conks1. Pri z - , t taL
in ' $'15. 0 have h ' n' named 11y
th ' Committe' \ ith a fir tt
nd and third winner hat-
in
o
' in the amount.
.. 13 If Mehaffie, Yepr
'" t. Mary's Church and ecr tary '
f the Se qui-Cent nnia C m-
mittee ha b en nam d a Ileac!
f this (: nte t. All tho 'e wh
wish to e1)ter ar r que ted to
contact Mr. Mehaftle a once!
111 j r gist r for the ev nt.
, Only a month remain be-
f re the race" witl" be held so
th e who wi h to enter will
have to et busy, n tho e Soap
B x Racer f if they erpect to
en,ter thi bi ev nt and have a
c12rnce at the prize money. .
.a .. ' .
. f:larvey Burnet, president of
th Waynesville Locker Plant;
rep rted a good attend-
at the Friday night and
Saftirday open house of the' new
plant. Berman Ross, County
Local 4-H'rs. Win
ounty
Frances Whitaker an Jennie '
Lee Braddock of the Wa ne -
ville ew-So 4-H Club haj . the
honor of winnin'g the Warren
contest
w-ith their on
"How ." to Make a Bed." '
This is now eligibl ' to
compete for State champion-
ship at the Ohio State Fair in
Columbus. '
The and member's of
.the Sew-So: Club ta'ke this
to thank ,Mrs. Ray"!
mond. . ock for the
, '.
Gaze.tle Publishing )
Centennial Edilion
Agent and Miss Bey, It was decided at the Mon-
Home Demonstration A:gent of da. 11i ght meeting that the Se _
Leba!lon were present qui-Centennial Committee u-e
eyentng and talked -on various 'th d' f h
subje,cts related to the frozen ,e me tUlll 0 t e Miami Gaz-
ette for toe prihting of a sou-
food locker. . PictureS were venir publicaHon, of the events
shown of the proper method of of. Waynesville from its found-
fruit acid for the preserva:- ing.in 1797 to the present time.
Bernie L. Jprdan, age 71, of fruits such a,s peaches, This historical rev,iew ha een
I a ed away at Blair Hospital, etc. to preserve their compiled in a large part by Mr.
Lebanon Thursday" Augu t 7 color. . "Seth Furnas and will be further
at, 3 :00 p, an iIInes' On Saturday many aug'mented by other writers. de-'
. Earlier , thi y ,ar Th ,
Gazett carri j a tor
ev nt an 1 invited all rganl -
zati c. n' and hurch _ in the:.
c 1:1munit. t n ) a I: 1 r,,'
to the fir t 111 etin< . Tbi ,
mettn ' wa hel:labuta\\ t:! cK
a
o
: at th Wa 'n ' vi ll e Nitti 11 :1 1
Bank an at that time ' L w
'Robin n wa app Int.ed CI1'air-
man of the . e qui-C ntennial
C mmitte. , . ,
At th M nda ni 'ht I1l ' 1-
inR t h e pre-ent \ ere L \ '
R in on, Chairman, nt-
th ' ivi Clul; Fran i
G. Brown, t, Au tin )
Chlirch i Ra111h ' Ha ting ', Ban j
Boq. ters; ' B 11 ' MehaHie t
' MarY'i Epi . pal ell II" h; 'Ii. C:
.Moler, Methodi t
aw er, vVayne T wn-
1 slllp P t, An1erican L 'i h
0ther pr s nt not affiliate j
,with the ommitt 'e were Willi
wa Tl1lmed t
Pet r R. 'Wical':- ge 75, The Wayne Civic Club"
passed away at Grandvi \v will hold its Al!O'u t me ting
Hospital in D.iLyt p.. at 6,:1.5 p. _ aJ J:.. ase- .
m., Mqnday, Augu_t 11. ment on M ndll Y evening,
. He , i .by hi \ ife: 18th. 7 ' 'cl ock. Tbi , IS
Ida of,; ytle thr e' daughter, Ladies , Night and all members
. M.rs. Ethel and. El j,e May ar.e requested to bring theIr
BIllet of Centerville, an i wIves 01' swe.ethearts. A speak ..
Dorothy 'Weidner of West er ha ' been prQcur ' Li for the
Ca'rrollton; two on Lewi - eveni,ng a!1d a. good dinner Is
of Miamisburg and ' of on the program. Reserva-
Wa nesviIt e' even,teen grand t.lOns to be mailed to M. F,
children and ei ght great grand . Weltz, Secretary, ,befort; Au . -
children. . ust 15 ' "
Funeral services were " con-
ducted at 1 :30 p, 111., today, a't
tu 1 s Funeral Home and alSo
'3 :30' p, In: 'at ,the Port
Wilthrm Methodist ChUlcll.
Buriai wa- made in Port
William . .
tarting Monday ni ght, Aug-
of about 10 ' weeks inspected .the pJa,nt throughOl)t picting the main event from
He is s.urvived by six the' day, Mr. Elmer Elstro, 19 0 to the present time, Pic- '.
rothers, Echyara, ', Aloert, ,manager of ,the plant stated tures, both old and modern 'will
Frank, George and Walter of. tnat about half the 790 be used throughout the 40
Route 1, Oregonia, and available l'in plant pages of the editi on. The
ef . Cincin,nati; two have been rented . .. the publication \vi11 be bound with
\ ' I an.nah, of Oregonia e,arly part of Septembet It Is a suitable cover and witl make
Nellie Liebert ' of Chi- . expected to see, a complete an altogeth,er fittin o' alld cl'p- '
,cage.. sell-out pf all locker space'. propri.a'te memorial for ,thb
.. Funeral services were con- 'Lack of sufficient water with great occasiqn of the 150t11.
ducted .Monday, August 11, at whkh to operate,lhe plant has year since the founding of the
9 :00 a, ' m. at St. Augustine , brought the 'installation community.
Church with Father Wolfer of an line from The page size of thi addition
officiating. Main dO'Y'n the north side wi.1l be 1 of x 16 inches.
, Burial made . in . . qf street to the phmt. , Contemplating the deman 1
Cemett:ry the c.omm!-ssloner Joy been , 'for these. souvenior
of McClure Funeral Horne, ..busy SInce last, w
7
;ek With t,his. aild desiring 'to supply every- .
and water 1S n<?w ,one ' who'. wish ,copies tIle
ZINK:' HOBLIT at,the plant. A two.mc:hl Sesqui-;Cel1ten.nital Committee
WEDDING , lme was piped thrc:>ugh. An air is printing herewith a coupon
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Conner " hammer cuttmg. throu yh , for the convenience of
were among guests on S'ahlr- Jhe toP. of il public in placin,g advance
day morning at the wedding qf l1Jechamcal ditch dlgge,r speed- - for ,the ,publ!cation, They '
Miss. Elizabeth ' Hbblit and Mr. etl the work alcmg conSiderably. suggest this coupon be filled in
Otto at the Holy Trinity a.t O.nce to .assure delivery of the
Church In I;)ayton. ' .Mrs. J, .J. Burske, 'Mrs .. John copies
Mrs, Zink, ' daughter of Mr. Fromm, Mrs. Bertie MiUs a:nd -----
an(l Mrs. Forest Hoblit, former Mr. and. Mrs. E .. F. Earnhart Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Hull, Mrs. '
residents, is a .. attended the Eastern Star Ed. Hopkins with Mrs, Editb
graduate of Waynesville High funeral services ' 'on Saturday Hull of Leesburg, enjoyed a
School. Mr. and Mrs. Zink are evening for Mrs. Laberne very interesting trip through
on the teaching staff at Beaver Burton at ber home in Clarks- - southern Ohio on Sunday and
Creek School and at present are ville. Mrs. BurtoR was treasurer were dinner guests . of Mr. and
. in' Chicago.. _ . of District 21 of Ohio. Mrs. Herbert Spears of Arabia.
ANOTHER ' .'OLD MEN'S" ust 18,' Waynesvitle wilt ag(;lin
GAME BOOKED . ,have the .opportunity to witness
Spring Vailey "4'0" team lui," the famous Bartone' .Ideal
chall'enged the of edy Company show which wBI '
Waynesvi11e, under', the man- be staged under a big ' wafer--
agement of Perry Cline, to a proof tent Qn the heehan 16t
. game f)f softball to h pIa ed south Qf town.
Wayne Park Sunday even- In the past thirty years ince
mg! 17 at 7 :00 p.m, they started in bu iness the Bar-
.ThIS, IS . looser treat ha played here
affaIr an,d IS expected to be (ttl 111 WaynesvIlle many times and
outstandmg game. (Continued on' PQ8e 2)
. ORDER ,FOR COPIES
The Se qui-Centennial Committee : ' .' ' . " ' i '. '" ...- "
Plea e re -e rv'e copies of the 'Ses'qui-Centenniat Edition '"'. as'
per the following:
Name ,
t. Address . Rural Rt.

City . s.tate
Number of copies wanted at 25c per c,opy -- $
Amount be paid with order, or copies are called for.
MA IL ORDERS: Add Sc per copy to cover mailing costs. ' .
Addr.ess all orders to P. O. BOX E. WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
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S OF EXHIBlfS to MAKE
L OHIO STATE FAIR
Shower Held For
Engaged
Garden , Club ' Names-
, 194 7 -48 Officers'
The Miami Gaz tte
Wa ne ville, , hi o,
Thur day, Augu t
prize
many
Finane
f th al
N
1 ..j.,
and cau ed
in hi h
COLU I US ' Ohio (Special)-
Ever y phu e of conomic and social
life touching e\' ery Ohio citizen and
his famny will be fully covered in
thousands of exhibits which , this
year will make t he I50-acre Ohio
State Fair grounds one of the
greatest educational il1
.AriJ el'i ca during ' t he seven-day ex-
position, August 23 2-9. ,
The sheep, cattl e;' swine and horse
shows hold nation-wide recognition
as the nation's greatest. More than
$2,000,000 worth of the latest types
of every kind of farm machi,nery
and equipinent will overflow the
two large fi elds reserved for this
' display. Another $1,000,000 worth
of machines which make and main-
tain the state's highways will fea
ture the Fair's largest abad
Headquarters for seedmen, nurs-
el;'ymen, fertj)jrl er makers and user
apiarists and other specialized
groups will be maintained by the
Division 0: Plant Industry of the
Departrpent of Agriculture. The
dairy and dairy products 'exhibits
will be filled with valuable informa-
tion. Every branch of fine arts and
the art' of homemaldng wili be fully
covered in the Women's
and the You,th Fair Building. Prbb.:
lems 'of conservation and of farmer-
'sportsmen relations will be talked
nver at the Conservation Show. The
Horticulture and Agriculture build-
ing will be bursting with the pro-
duce of field, orchard and garrlen.
And for amusement Mr. Citizen
and ' :(amily will ,find ,plenty. J'he
Midway, ' featui'ing ' mo're than 60
,various rides and many shows; the
Night Horse Show in the Coliseum
and the' 'sensational 20-act musical
circuli performance, "On the Beam"
at the grandstand ' Sunday night
and ,nightly ' thereafter; dazzling,
nightly fireworks; an
show at the .same place Saturday
Saturday night and Sun-
-0-- ,
One hundred acres ', of free park-
ing hawe' been prQvided,
Visitorp to the Ohio State - Fair,
4ug. 2'3:29. This 'mammoth p,arking
lot on 17th Avenue will be in charge
of the State Highway

, Radio will play an lmPoTtant'
in keeping the public
about the Ohio State Fair, Aug.
23-29. Stations which will broad-
;cast from ' the , include
W 1;,. W of Cincinnati, W B N S,
WBKC, WOSU, WCOL and WRFD
all Of Columbus.
,qractng the "'new '$3,40,0' band
' shelt at the Ohio State Fair, Au-'
gllst23-29, will , be "Nita," the
of the Airlanes." She will
, sing nigptly with the bands supply-
ing musie for park-plan dancing,
an innovation at this , year's ,Fair.
The new band s11ell be lo-
cated at the edge of the formal
,on th fn il'grounds.
Mayor and Mr. Maynard
of Blanchester pent ., un.
day< aftern Ull at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaiser
,and family.
day afternoon, featuring George
Bird and his MuSical Majorettes of
Cle\,elandj and a State
Fair radio show featuring famous
stars and arranged by Station
WL W Saturday afternoon and
night. The show will be ' broadcast
to the nation night.
The family's spiritual welfare
will be cared for at , a great inter-
denominational service in the Coli-
seum Sunday. morning. Then there
will be activities by young people
representing Future Farmers ' of
America, Future Homemakers of
America, Juvenile Granges, 4-H
clubs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts,
Camp Fire ' Girls and other youth'
groups. One ,of the main attractions
will be the music furnished by the
Band of 200 . pieces ,
unqer the ., direction of Dr. Louis
Peat. ,
At Music gall tJ:tere will be con-
tinuous programs ,furnished ' by
more than 40 , high school bands
from throughout the state and more
than 50 orchestras, choral groups
and glee clubs. In addition many
radio ,s,tations will broadcast their
regularly scheduled programs 'from
thi! Hall throughout the week.
One of the richest racing pro- ,
grams ever offered at an State '
Fair has been arranged! Nineteen
events are on the six-day program
which is attracting the best and
fastest horses in the count,ry.
Three National -livestoek shows
will be held in 'conjunction with ,the ,
Fair. They, are Red Poll
Association; the Percherort and 'Bel-,
clubs. The Red Poll group will
hold its state sale on Friday eve--
ning of the Fair.
These are just a few of the thou-
sands of attractions ,that will go to
make up the biggest and best fair
in the yean the expo- ,
sitron has been held.
awk,e, Mr. ' ll1Ll
Mr,
Mr . J 1111 Fr mm anli 01'1, Mr,
ely e Fr mill, Mr. and , \ 1":
o n Mr. an i Mr. \.
F. WeHz <In j rami l), with Mr,
a: n ,j Mr. H ' l Y Haw k e ' n n d
dan I' ht r" Mr, -and Mr -. al' l
Hawke, Mr . Chari - Chaml1 r '
an j ,M r. Mrs. Frank r l,;
and dauo'hter f Da_ t 11, Mr.
ani Mr. frank ' ny i I' and
dauo- hk r, Mi Marth'a ny i I'
f prin,,-fieJ i, Dr. ani Mr.: .
Rafph an c and n l f "Vil-
mingt 11 weI' i n eVcliing
gu -t ' f 11', and \.1' '': . M,"lvill
Baht,a Ileal' 'I hi
group f r latives ?athc'e Li t ),
h n r Mi - Martha '. 11 ' i r an I
Mr. Cl yi Fr Jl1m- \h '
rharria will t c an ev n t f
much inter "t, an j the'
how re j with man}
j l ici U' I ic.ni ' upp I'
e j on 'the I ealltiflll
Th " \ avn vill
J uh 111 't at (h ' h I 111
nner: Thui =- day
at _ p. Ill .
T 11 m mh a ll \\. r I t
roll all r'ivin
o
' " Beauty' Sl) t ,
, ,..., I"""
I Have . e n,'
1 w 0' . d th me' \\ re
gi\ 11: "FI weI' Immi grant " hy
live William and "Plant. f r
the Hill ' " b Ida mith.
At th f'th

f fi r
new
year
ram
Mr.: .
r tar -
C n 're man ' C I are n c
Bro\vn g-:lve" the cl sing addre:
of the "1 47 Mi ami Vall y
' Chautauqua, un jay afterno n. Furnas,
Among the ... larg-e rowd atten 1- p. m.
in were Mr. Charle EIIi, '
Mi .: e Jul,ia and Mary T. , "Wh' EI h' t"
Easton, Mr, aAd ML. Kenneth '" ' Ite , ep an
HOtl g' h , an Maryd ra, Mr. " ,- , "
and, Mr, " Sale By "Stars"
Bartone Show
(Coni4nued trom. Page
'will be remembered for their
g00d; en,tertainment.
Thei r bill include vaudeville,
dancing, singing, music, magic
and 'plays. Their op n-
iran ' a ti ol1 '
GRANGE PICNIC AT
SMITH'S PARK 'SATURDAY
Th ' Annual Farm
Pi cni c will b 11 Id ntH an
mith' I ark n ' aturd:w, Au ' .
u t 16 at :3 I . 111 . Thi s pi 'ni .
\Va rg; inaIl_ pl ann i t , I e.
held on Au lI'U t _ hut wa - an.
II d f that tim
Til H m Ec n mi
mitt ' e will -ervl: th
upper at a 'mall
Gran rer - 'lI1d th ir arc
r qu , t i t he pres nt
Mr . J . phin vValk ''' r an t
dau l'ht 1', Barl J f Fern, _
dale, M i h. I' turned t her
h me after two w k with her
parL'nt, Mr. , an i Mr -. Ray
Main u - an j n, Don.
'Frank
HOURS:
9-12 eAch morning
1-5 afternooDs except
Wednesday
7-9 Saturday evening
Other evenings by
Appointment
TELEPHONE 62-R
erformance here Monday
1 8 .,..,fl-m-
matic four act pla.y "Cloul1
and Sunshine."
Miami Chapter met in r gular
session 'on Monday ev ninO' allLi
due to the heat an j vacati n "
only about twenty were pre- ,
sent. During the 'bu ine s e5sion-
plans were made for FriendshIp
Night which will b held at the
regular. Septe,mber meeting, at
which time all member are
asked to provide sandwiches
and 'salad, a , a very lar c
group is expected. '
The intere ting features ot
the evening ' was the "'Whitw
,sale, the proceed
of will go for welfare
work. A' beautiful cake baked
Dr. C. E. \ Wilkin
Optometric Eye
26 South Detroit Street
More than 250 , young wo:
from aU parts of the state will
on hand to' greet visitors at '
Ninety-Third Ohio' State FaiT w:
the , gates open' August 23rd 1
seven days 'and nights. These ho.
esses will serve as ticket seUers an
takers at the yarious gates an
will also be s,tationed 'in the
'buildings to give out information:
the fair goers.
Some of America's latest amuse-
ment riding will be en-
joyed for the fir$t time on the '
Ohio State Fair midway, August
23-29, brought to Columbus by the
F. E. Gooding Amusement Go.
"
Mr . Goldie Surface and Mrs.
Lucile Armituo'e have 1
from a very pleas'ant vacation
spent on the N. C. R.
tour to New Yon. ..
,
Incid,entally the' admis ion
for Monday night !s ffee.
The Barton group includes
ten talented actor and actr.e
who have ' had a great deal ,of
experience in this type of show
work. Their ability is "top" in
'their partiCular profession,
, Mr. Bartone, th . origi'nat ' r
of this company was a.ctively
engaged in its vast op ration lip
until the time of his death l a t
. e' ' t h a It t.im.e.-M.rs.
who was a ociated
with him in this work ha COI1-
tinued on with the S110w"'despite
her handicap of I eing with ' ut
this showman reader. The
old tradition of "the show must
go on" ha held ' forth its beck-
o'ning fin er to her , and the
Barton'e Comedi Cn. ,continue
to entertain thousands, a
olonumetlt to the one who de- '
voted his life to its promotion,
LIVEST()CK
, TRUKI:NG
, ,
TO, CINCINNATI
on
Tuesdays & Fridays
Will pick-up st,ock at
your fatui
M. H. HOP'KINS
PHONE 2955
WAYNESVILLE" OHIO'
. XENIA, OHIO
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,Waynesville Furniture ,& Co.
, ' South Main across from Grange Hall ,
Telephone 2422 ' WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
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KEMTONE
NUENAMEL G. E. BULBS
Page 3, The Mi ami Gaz tte Mi " FLoren'e 'r ul Willi Mauri e an i family i n
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Wa_ ne vi ll e, !.iI),
Thur day, Augu t
D:1. tt ,n, 11t I . .2 , ) I..: 'i mont.
JJarve'ljtu:"g
:It l h' ;)(l I11 . \ If , \ r. an..! \ \ I' .
. (i ' har I Kai ' cr and h mi )\' .
1-\ ..'\1 , Tinniga r f C nkr-
. Cliff rj D t r f rin O'_
fi eld, . n of Mr: ancl Mr ' . Her.
bert Do f HaJ'v ' hur g,.
ha nkre Vet ran ' Ho pital
Dayt 11. t un\ierfYo treatment
f r c mpJi ati 11 - foIl l\v iil g a11
append i iti op rati n.
The Ri h and Carr famil v
reuni n \Va held ' unda i t .
Jacol Park, Wellman.
An ev nt of unda Au u ,t
16; wi ll b the: Graham famil v
reuni on to be held at the h me
of Mr.s. A. S. .... 011 tt. In her
ab n her Mr. Roh rt
C ]). tt and her iter, Mr .
Laura hi da kcr \\ ill erve a
ho tand.h te.
, Mr. an j Mr. Harry ' .
Tucker and daughter" Mi s
Evalyn Tucker are ent ertain.
ing gue. t fro'm Germantown,
Ky.
. neWj
Mis Martha Coy, a Mefh d
i t M i ionary from India, will
p'eak at Lytl e Church next
Wednesday at 2 :00
o' cl ck, sponsored by jhe
, Woman's Society. AlI ladi es are
cordially invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Chandl ).
nti dau hters attended a birth.
day party' for Miss JuanHa Huff
in Dayton; Saturday evening.
WAR ON FLIES BEGINS AT
OHIO STATE GROUNDS
Work of spraying the' Ohio State Fair with. DDT has
started under the direction of John W. Barmger, of the ;DIVISIon
of Plant Industry., By spraying State FaIr we.,k,
Aug. Baringer believes the menace of fhes WIll be greatly reduced .
More than 50 rides on the Mid
way at the Ohio State Fair will
bring enjoyment to both young
alld old. ,
day w(:!re: Mrs. Zilla LewiS,
Mi ss Zoe Duke, Mrs. Dora
Howland, Mrs. Mary Pierce or .
Dayton, Mrs. Clara Lewis and
on, Dennie of Belmont, Mr.
Vernie Kelly of , pring Valley,
Mrs. Adra Lewis .and Mrs, Dora
McCray of Mi,ami burg . .
,
P.":Jonal noie6
Mr. and Mrs. Mylo Hayes
and family of Xenia spent Sun.
day Aug, 3, at the home of Mrs.
'Richard Kaiser, who recently
returned from t. Elizabeth
Photo.finish' equipment will be
installed for the Ohio State Fair's
19 harness racing events, Aug.
23,29.
I
and dau hters f Terra Park,
Ohio, spent Aug. 3, at the home
of Mr. and Mr . Richard KaLer
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maurice
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Maurice were Sunday dinner
guests of relatives :in Dayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rickey
and daughter, Shirley Ann were
week end visitors of G-eo rge .
Rickey and fan:tily in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Giff::"
son and daught,er of Da ton
cali d on Mr .. and Mrs. ,Walter
Kenri c; k Wednesday. ' ' , Hospital in D,ayton.
Mrs. Ferdinand Kaiser 'and .
son" Ferinand Jr, 'of Dayton,
Ky. spent Sunday Aug. 3 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Richara
Kaiser and family.
Mrs. Homer Monce and
thre,e on , ,of, Dayton pent
several da s last week with Mr.
and Mrs. Bartlett Monce.
Mrs. Claudia Cornell of near
FellY spent-Ihursday with Mrs:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Camp.
bell and daughters, of Boise
, City, Idaho, 'called on Misse:5
Annie ' and Marne Browne ;and
other local friends on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Reason
have returned after spending
several days with rela.tives in--
Defiance,. Ohi<?
Nettie , Emrick. ' .'
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith of
the Pike are taking a trip
through Kentucky and, West
Virginia. ' .,
Mrs. Elmer Saylor and dau h-
ter, Miss Elizabeth, of Oak-
wood spent Saturday with Mr .
'. and Mrs. Wilbur' Clark.' .
Mr. and Mrs. Therle Jones
arid son entertained to dinner
Sunday, . Mr. and M'rs. Edwin
Nutt, Miss Minnie Allen ana
Garry Moran of near Center-
ville and Mr. and Mrs . . J. B.
- Jones . . t. .
Mr. and 'Mrs: Kenneth Brad.
ley and. Mr. James Johns are ,
visiting Mr. and ' Mrs. Wilton
Hartsock at Baltimore, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Longacre
are now living in their new
home, which.' Mr., Longacre bas .
erected near Lytle.
Mrs. Sylvia Duncanson of,
Franklin and Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Pursley and sons spent.
Sunday at Le Sourdsv.ille Lake
near Hamilton. ' .
Donald Charlton, 'MM2fe .
of the Navy left Monday even-
ing of last week for his station
atTacoma, Wash .. Mrs. Charlton
accompanied him home , four
weeks ago and will remain with
ber parents at Sprin.gboro. Mr.
Cnarlton expects his discharge
in Decem bet. '
Mr. and Mrs, Albert Pummill
spent last w.eek with the latters
' l?rother, Mr. Donald Curtiss at
who returned home
with them to visit a couple of
week's here and then will leave
for California to spend the
winter in a Veterans Hospital.
Mrs. Blanche Graham enter.
tained to dinner several of her
school-mates on Wednesday,
.. July 30. who enjoyed the
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hadley
and Donna visited the Cincin- Mrs. Doris Kennedy Is home
nati . zo.o Sunday afternoon. . after spending several days with
, friends in the Great Lake regIon
Mr. and 'Mrs. Edward Kaiser arrd in Canada.
. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE'
Will sell at Public Auction in ,HarveYSburg, Ohio on
August 1.6, 1947
2:00 p.m,
TbeCHARLES, MADDEN 80
FRANK Attorney, ADMINISTRATOR
BAILEY & MURPHY, Wilmington, Ohio
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"TH E SHOW Y U KNOW"
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WA YNESVIl:.LE,. _ QHIO
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Under big tent 0 11 SHEEHAN LOT, Starting
MONDAY. NIGHT" AUGUST 18
High classVaudeviUe, Singing, Dancing., Music; Magic
Also DRAMATIC P.LAYS
Monday nighJ - 'Four Act Drama - "Clouds & Sunshine"
Monday night FREE TO AIJ
Don't Forget the MONDAY, 18
Mr: R. Hay \. t. f '\c:n i;:l
I'al l d on Mrs. t;it.:ha r i "ai. er
M nda August -+.
Mr. and Mr' . J. M, Earll l;arl
:Lnd hil iren Eva El ' :lIHlr, ,
Peg
o
' , T Illmy ,J a: k t f'
were 11 n I a .
f Mr. and Mr .
,Mr. and Mr . Fl o j Lind a\'
of Morrow, ' p nt Tue,ja it
the hame of Mr. and 'M
Ri l1a I'd Kai ' er and fa mil .
viII ' enl Thur 1a e eni ng
itt tiP home f Mr, Ri hanT
Kai ' r .
Mr . Mill ' i th gue
f Mr. and Mrs. , Lindl y Mills
at th- h lake trt oc at R om
1]1 11, Mi hi 'an f r evera,l
ia vs.
. , \1'. R hert F x" ' pent Thur - '
day venin o' at til hom of
Mi . Mar K'ti 'e r. Mr, F x re-
. ent ly r -tilrn "d fr m Calif )rnin.
Mr, Ri had tan ' l' erry pent
Fri Itt y Iv enin .. at the h m of
Mi Mar Ktti ere '
,Mr. Ro a tegner an j "jaugh.
tel', Pat ent. at urda_ ,and
unday at the h me f Mr. and
Mr . Richard Kai ' er and family,
Carl e - in hot

Mr . Ivy Cooper, Mr , Henr.\'
Thoma and , on, Bud and Mr.
and Mrs. CI,aude Coop r. ' p nt
Tuesday evening with Mr, an j
Mrs. Richard Kai er and family.
\veath L l11a hanO'e $S worth'
f market hog iIlt Ii w rthl es'
car ass. Fat hog qui kl y e-
Mr . Charles Maurice pent com overheated. Patience and
a two days visit la t week with water are cheap. '

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' Road Oi'l and Tar Ap,p lied
,
Resurfacing and Driveway Recoating
FREE , ESTIMATES
B. B. STRDUD
26 Oakwood Avenue LEBANON, OHIO 221-L

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The Miami Gazette"
goods out, t
ti on" and t
troll ed the state, all d the
f actori s pr du e an til e re.:
sell onl y whit t h', 111a. te rlll in L
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FLOYD , DAVISSON, Editor , I at the t p thi nk fit an i pl'l P 'r. '
There u1t, a al l . ,' .
Depart ment of I ,al nfY
i t hat the l ivil1(l' : tcl ll ar h nf
Ameri can work "r are a\1 ( ut
1,Ono ,r r c nt abo til ', f
their Rtl :i an ount eq arts,
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extent an :t m r han:ti ' ing ex-
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I t in li\' i i uaL ar
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Iv GEORGE S. BENSON
Pmitl(lf l--J(llftltll6
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What'sWrongWith Profit? ,
Some t olks have t he idea that "
profit is something business takes
unfairly and harmfully out of' buying
and selling 'and manufacturing. This
idea is that whatever a company
earns, no matter it it is a fraction
of a percent , of the t otal sales, this
money Is extracted underhandedly
from the public. If you have ' ever
felt that wa,y, I dare you to take a
good, straight look at America's
economic pi cture-and yourself.
You ,are p aid a sala ry or a wage
each week; are you not? , You have
invested your time, your energy,
your brain-power, your muscle-pow-
er, your special skills, your training
and experience. Do you think each
time, you get your check, that you
have done something harmful to
your communit y.? Do you teel that
you have cheated America? Chances
are that you do not feel that way
at all
Taking Profit ..
YO,Ii' may be able, after aU
your expenses, to put a Uttle into
the bank or insurance. You may
be interested in investing a part of
your lavings in stocks or bondi, . If
, you are like most Americans, you
find you can, invest in some luxury
goods. That is, you put some 1I\0n-
ey into a car', an electric refrigera-
tor, or perhaps a good collection of
'fishing tackle. Y,ou find that thelle
and other things you can put your
profit into will help you continue to
live and to work.
Business corporations are pretty
, much like thi,s Of yourself.
" Whether General Motors, the corner
delicatessen, or yourself-profit Is,
what is left oV,er after 'all the bills
are paid. Profit results from good
management, thrift, imagination,
and hard work. ' The big corpora-
tion turns some profits back into
the company for new plants and
new tools. The rest goes to the
tolks ' wnose buildings, tools, ma-
chiriery, ana money the company
has been using.
Way to More Wages
: This profit is usually none too
much. Compensation ot employees
lri' 1945, as, esti mated by the Depart-
ment of Commerce, would have
gone up only 7.9 per cent it ilie en-
tire corporation income of the COtnl-
try had ,8een turned into wages. Yet,
11 this ,were done. it would meanf,
that millions' of people, perhaps in-
, eluding yourself, would fail to re-
ceive dividend's, Corporations would
aoon become bankrupt. Jobs would
become scarce.
The most is that
good profits and good wages 80
along together, The success cif an
enterprise" as well as the well-being
ot everyone who gets income, de-
pends upon profi ts. When corpora-
tions have to accept losses, or even
meager profits, wa ge's for every-
body 80 down . and jobs become
hard to find. It is not just chance
that brings these two things, ,small
and low wages, in the very
same years. They belong
All of us want profits. Why then.
all the hullaballoo aoout wantlng '
bUliness enterprise to, hand over
any profit it makes to employees?
To do this would be to cut our own
throats, What we really need is
more folks with the idea of going ,
into , business, making mdne , and
employing ' peoI?le. , The , need is
not more bankrupt corporations, but
'more profit, more wages, and better
' living for , everybody.
RUBBER STAMPS and
MARKING
GAZETTE OFFICE
F
- I F -I- " pert - are ' tt i n" a ' Ie: a,r , I' i j e a
aIr y amI Iar , f what th e' 0 11 Llmt! r i ' cle-
" ',' by EFFELDEE mall j i n (y .
Regardi ng the arti I Ir1 1a t First fall; th re i a j -
we k column ab ut ur \\' ater f ' 't t t tt ..> I' t
111 1 e a ct:: n on 1 ...r ql:la I _ '
uppl y, it se m- that me ' f The publi i \\ eary f the
th statement rna therei l1 h dct g ds and t h ll,h ti -
r eI' " li ttle ff th "am- tut \\ hi ch had t ) b Id dur-
in regards t o t he departm nt in ' and after t he \\ ar ' l"'Ie au e
throug'h whiGh th wat er t t oth er good were, un htainahle.
ar mad . I t \Va t atej ,that ' Bu er for the l arr e hain an i
tl1- Bard f Health acted i n d partIn nt t r . 'ha V" ex -
tiJi capacity. It ha l ater been ami ned manufact urer' line_
learned ' t hat thi s epart ment, wi th t he m st meti ul u car ....
both locall an j at tat h ad- and have r efu ed to t ck ub- '
quarter ha n j uri jicti n r ta.ndard it m . Thi i f h n _
the te tin
o
' of wat r. Thi ' i f it t o the mall mer hant a
dan , at th tate Engin well, in that it forces produ
ffice. n ha al heen i earne'r to ofi ...' r impr i l ine ,
that all to\\ n , virrag aIhl '
citi es are r quir d I Y l aw t o There i c n um r r j t an e
periocti call end in ampl e or to increa in price. A an ex-
water uppl y f or ch kin . ampl e, man t nre hav r -
Whether thi i ent in bef ore r orted t hat xp n: iv w men' s
the ' purifying' chemical s ha \\ ear is. 111 ving m r , I wl y
he n is not defini tel y than in the pa t. At th ' am
known. However, an citiz n time, t he bulk f the can ul11in,c,'
of the community can obtaIn puhli eel11 tn ha. v reali z j,
d d
. 1 f t ev n thou h r l uctant} \" that-
an en , 111 a amp e 0 \Va er tl1ere i n way t o achi eve t h
at any time for verificati n.
Mr ., . L. Rol inson, wh I s im "1 0 sihl e id al of 1941 prices
with the county Board' r couf l ed wi th 1947
H alth at Dr. Arch Harv y.' t axe and t her cost . It i nl y
offi ce in ,Lebanon can f urnt h human to \vant hi gher pa. and
proper contain r f or thi I \ 'er pric - at th arne t im ,
pose. Inciqentally, thi s is a Oll hut it iu t do n t mak no-
time f or those. who obtain their mi c se"nse. '
water supp1i e f rom in j jvi ual Retail er f all kind and in
well t o have a t e t mad t o all the ba ic fi el d hay d n
det ermine it purit. me- an excell nt j , in servi ng the
time well s 1 ecom ' confami- consumer under diffi cult an i
nat ed f rom orne unkn' n often conditi on,
cause and it is better to te t They have att acked th pric
an d be sure than t o b
Keep t hat in mi n:l \\' \1 n yr LI
hear th vir tu s f C() mmll ni. 111
and ot h r Hi ompared to
the vic nf th e c mpet itive f r e
ent rpr.i e y tern f r .u: ,ti n
and di t1) 1 uti n.
Report f the natI Ve
nut h c( ming r i ' tant t the
I li ght whi h kill d utI matur >
t r es of t hat speci es are l abeled
as mi tnk b ' '". fore" ter: .
Every search for a healthy
eedlin and ev ry atlemp t )
produ ear i tant h bri j ha'
failed.
i " ira I k: u r fa ' i lit ie ' a r at
, your di pusal.' "
- Par k r . M:l i jux, PI' ident
The , an Fran ' i - Bank
an Franci - , , Califir.nia
WAYNESVILLE
NATIONAL
BANK '
Waynesville, Ohio
BUILDINGS CHATTELS AUTOMOBILES LIABILITY
FAR. IN'SURAMCE" "4-WAY
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in the Ohio Farmers will give you broad protection against losses
on your farm.. It coven your building,. your chattels, your automobile
and your liability. for accidents to other!. Why Dot !ee us today?'
You Mow you're tale when you're in the Ohio
Karl D. Dakin ,Insurance ,Agency ,

153, 20 E. Mulberry, LEBANON,O.


S OHiO -,ARME."IN'uo", COMPAt: I
.11 OHIO 'AIM,EIlS INDIMNIIY i
"a.st In th. fl.leI"
.IG' M
illness set in from u ing they po se s, and Vc: len r -
water. . "poosih1e f or
Maximum yield-both quantity and
quality-wise-is what makes success-
ful fanners. It is significant to note
that during the past 20 years more
and more of these successful fannen
are using BIG M Brand Fert.i1izen.
WHAT HAS HAPPENED
" TO THE DOLLAR?'
Labor's dfi ve f F ever-in-
crea in \\ a 'e , without c m-
pensat ry in reas in PI' duc-
ti on, i a tragi c xampl e of
economic f utility. .,
as much as po ibJe. The hay '
improved and br oad ne , th ir
s ri e . The Ameri can con-
sumer, de pite the d preci at d
doll ar, 0' t more for: hi, m ney
than any other huy r n arth.
AND SOME WANT IT HERE
The b liever in the t t alita-
ri nn al wa " ar gue tbat
that f orm of governm nt do
"Best, in the field" is our of
saying that you can't use a finer
fertilizer for all field crops than free-
flowing BIG M-always manufac-
tured up to standards, never
to price. Best buy BIG MI
The Miami Fertllber
Company ia an inde-
pmdent Miami Valley
concern under direct
operation of it. owneR.
O,der ,noW' lrom YQur lor lall. ,"
, I O",CI , IN' DAnON, OHIO
The,Mlaml Fertilizer Company 'ACTORY IN TlI'IIN, OHIO
A pictpo'!' am in the United
State New vi vi dl ' demon-
strates what has happened to
th Ameri can doll ar. In t I'm
' f pur h'l ing pow f , an in- ,
come that had a net worth of
$2 50 iil 193 9 i worth ' onl y.
$ t'535 now. An income that
"a worth S4952, after t axes,
in 1939, is worth onl y $28 15
now. 0 it ,a,ne! qo)Vn
til " inc me _cak,
the m t t advan the in.
t erest f th " mm n m-an."
They prate of producti on fpr
use insf ad of prod ud i n for
profit, and point
m nt of dict ator hip 'in advari c_
inK th standard f Jivin . of th
worker.
This is not, of caur e, enti r
Iy the ult of inc rea ed ,wages.
Many other fact or, notabl y
t ax ati on and pr gov 1'11-
ment pendinO', mu t b ar their
hare of r pon ibiUty. But it i s
an hvi t.i f act that the co t
f labor repre ents, a v'ery l arg
proportion of almost e' very ..
thing produced in thi country.
In the pa t , we raised wao'e ' ,
and l owered price , We, accomp-
I ished that l5ecause output p,er
man al ong with i)ay.
ince the war, the exact oppo- ,
site ha occurr d. Mo t ba i c
indusbi,es report that', whil e
wa 'es 'al'e much hi gher than
lief re, producti on- per man_
hour i, l ower. The con equen,ce
of th at can l'e expres ed in a
ingle ,
The real interest of l abor 'lie_
in j ob curity- and in the
pur ha in 0' power of d li ar.
In -elf-def we, i,f f r n other
m ti ve, l abor must cooperate
wi th management t o get the
In the Ii g:ht 'of that, som,e
fi gure concerning the Rus i an
econ my, are of inter t . In I ss
than a year, the price' of black ,
bread, the staple in' the
di et f the a vera Ru ian, ha
in reased 240 per cent. Milk
has.gone up 22 0 per cent, 'uo' ar
196 per cent, butt r 136 per ,
cent and beef 11 4 per cent. The
cost ,of cl oth in and all manu-
factured goods have al so
vanced tremendously, and are
usually unobtainabl e at any
. pri ce. But, in the am peri od, .
the wages of Russian worker '
have, go.ne up onl y 25 per cent.
The " fortunat e." Ru ians are
not burdened with a free, com-
pd itive' c'onomy uch as that
in the United Stat es. They don't :
have t o suffer al ong with ueh
t ypically capit aJi tic m nstrosL
ti a, g'l'eat fact orie proLt ucing
a growin ' fl ood of , cons'umer
o d -nor cl o they have
tore and indepen j ent tares
all competing wi th each other
f or consumer fa or. In Ru: i a
everything is 0\\ " aed and con_
A better' milk for better nutrition
Tastier' ... more easily ... and with added
nutritive values I Try Borde,n '5 Golden Crest HomoDee
. delivered to your door or at :your favc r: ite store. ,
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In 'the earl y ar m -l f th
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thr e pen e per pi und, and
th n brought in wag-on to' thi
vi -init . With v r v rude im-
rl ments, the farmer wa,
t\1.rnugh the ri 11 fert ilit v f
lanq a 'l e t rai ' go d CI' "
with whi h hi hom' was up.
plied lih rall y. Th al J 'rice
wa I w, Whil at fir t the
prices weI' fair, r ri e given by
Samuel Linton, he 5peaks f
drover paying three a
hundred f or h Q': which th v
drnve to Baltimo'r , but a more
ettler cam price c1ined.
orne of th pric . f oll ow: Corn
10 r 12 ent a blrhc:l; Whe:l.t
' or 40 cents; Ha v J'
a t n; FI UJ' $ 1.50 -t a
hun, r d p und o; H g 1.50
t 2. 0 a hun:ire ; and 0'0 d
I $1 ,5 0. Ve: 'ctnhl \ 5, ar ' Jy
had a mark t value, .
Fr m letter f that tim tile
pi n rs talk d f and aw the
attempt f th Briti h to d mi-
neer and pr fit hy the un ure
p ition f the nited tat .'
a-ri us l a \\ , weI' pa ed f or
drilJing- f the militi a, all of
1 PI' v . inefrectiv . "Th6
., h Ie tern of militia train
ing Ii feH in10 g n ral n-
FAIR MANAGER
'TO, EMPHAS'IZE
. ART ' DISPLAYS
While the 1947 Ohio State Fair,
Aug. 23-29 will 'still be fundament-
ally an agricultural event
J
especial
emphasis will be placed upon things
of a cultural nature, such as music,
painting and sculpture, a.ccording
to Edwin J. Bath, State Fair Man-
ager. I
In a recent discussion , of
year's Fair, Bath had this to say
"The Great Seal of the State
iOhro was c.onceived from the
r cord . f name of who th
\V rand wh ' ex
what is r coded in the minut
f Mi ami Monthl M di ng, th
I can ' finct. Am whi ch
Ga riel Wil on, Thoma - Ro
a captaih, John Mull n, En
Willi ams, Owen Evan, th
tempt. Th . Ilt: ral muster
brou ht out a va t call' ur I.:!.
of people; the day wa a h li-
day f r th 1 wer. cia e and
the occasion 'of much intoxi ca-
ti on and many br,utal fight. It
also wa a r k m f r th
Quak r ,wh had a testimony
agai n t \' r, A- a t. 10.,
18 5 a committee was appoint-
ed t prepare a .titiol1 \\ hi ch
wa pre nt :i by a mmitt l.:
of Fri nd t-Q- the a . embl , who
, may 1 e more.
'er fa v rabl r cei e:i. Tho c!
Friends who ' practiced trainin ',
in thi militia were lal red, ith
\ and u uall y di wn d. At a
'nle ting July 25, '1810 the
- mmittee al pint t . t 10 k
aft r as . f lIffer'ing rep rted
th;lt lIn.dry good had been
taken from differ nt Friend far
the years 1 8 OS to 181 t o th.e
am unt of S- 77.8 %; April
24, 1814, militar demands
f $ 1.50 and pI' perty a-
III untin I' to S 1'15 9.46'4 ' had
b en taken. .
. Th war f ffll2 ptOducC:i
quite an cca i n f f ar in the
country and c mpani e at
troops were rai oed. -But hefore
the declaration .of war in June
the .of uthwe' tern
Ohi o were frequentl alarm i
with r port . of Indiaf1 in ur-
sion . Tecum ' h 'and hi . bro-
'ther, . the I r ha be n
laboring for year to hrin
o
'
about a uni n f the Indi an
tribes against the white . The
battle . of Tipp canoe \ a
Nov.7,. 18 11. The
Indians were defeated (by Gen.
Harrison) but 'the government
continued to n g-otiate k ep
.the Indians from more t ormid-
able uprisi"ngs." . ,
In additi on to ' the' peaceful
negotiation, "t)le' 0" vc rnnl nt
in 'April 181 2 or anized a mili-
tary force at Dayton wh iel) was
placed under the command of
General Hull and was after-
wards surrend red t o the Briti h
in August 181 Th s
produced stirring time in War-
ren county. Troops were raised
at Lebanon and drafts w re re-
sort d to and a number of iti.
zen of Warren cownty w re
howe er there no
. "During the war 'Of 1 1
1814 the hom f Al1i; ;.Wl
O'Neall wa an a lum for th
famili e of fri rict l Indian
from the north rn' fr'ontier . . f n'
many f whom it woul ct hav
I een unsafe to r main near
former hom s. ALo, . the
wife and chil d of G n, Harri-
son' fficial interpreter were
tnember of the famil y f r h
years."
The distance t o market an :1
the conditi on of th r act \va
lIch as, t o . 'ive ri e to enter-
pri es, which to II at the pr _
ent day give' ri e t o nterprL
that eem chimeric 1. In 181 7
th leg-i lature of Ohio inc r-
pOl'atect the Litfl' Mi ami Canal
and Banking C _. \utQ a ital
f $3C)0,OOO. , Th' obje ' t \Va .
t o construct l ocks and mak
slack water navi gati n 11 the
Little Miami River; a1 , to d
a' 'eneral I anking busll1 '\ s.
, There wer t en inca rporat 1' 5,
'am'onO' them were Abijal}
O'Neall, Gov. Morrow,
Mather, and John att rth
waite. The.river wa tIe made
l
navi gable from the Ohi o River
to Waynesville, and th . com-
pany 'to ' c01tect' t en cents per
SHERWOOD R

. \
ON ALL MAKES
.WILSON
Phone 332 M
I
c,ultural origin and development of
the State. Originally the Ollio State
Fair and all County and Indepen-
dent Fairs were expo-
sitions-<iisplays and comparisons
of things produced tinder the dint
of day to day labors on the farms
of Ohio. Th!i!Y bec:ame festival-
like gatherings r'efiecting an abun-
dance of neighborliness and of fam-
ily ' and community good will.
"They are still :fundllmentally ag-
ricultural events and must be kept
that way to the fullest JXlssiple ex-
tent. However, industrially and
commercially, Ohio ranks fourth or .
fifth and is virtually in the center
of the. greates't wealth producing
part of the Nation. Therefore it is
almost equally imQQrtant-that:.theI!l8
involve a:keen and growing
interest in the aims, problems and
skills of those industries and pro-
fessions that have contributed 80
" ... ..... to the advancement of , agri-
and other ' sup-
s, research, protections and the
IIl1ClenlCe of chemurgy.
"It is of equal impo.rtance that I
18rnpl1aS18 be placed upon things
a naturEI, such as ,music,
painting and sculpture, which are I
&I much a of agriculture as the
soil itself. That is true
because fJlrming is the only large ' .
business which still retains the close ;
tionship with the home and,
definitely seeks to glorify
individual, the family and the
community of which it is a part.
"Let us all loo'k forward to the
challenging participation in the de- .
velopment of a new State Fair site
for effecUve year-round sennce to
all of our people."
t n f r 1 , ka",' at ea 11 1 ck."
"It i.s not ne e sat' t ay
.that the proje:t wa never car-
ri d ut, but when \v r,cmem.
J .
ber tha t It t I k a f ur h r
team day t tran p rt
h -elv arrel.' f f 1 ur or
twenty- IV hunctr d pnLllhi of
pork t Cincinnati n:1 r turn)
then the pre J rtors of the
cheme ar entitl d t. . \ com- '
mende f r their en terpri - and
de ire t o lift tl1enL 1 ve out of
the mud."
In 1817 a bridge ,va huilt
n a contract where the sent
1 ridge n \ stand ov )1 the mill
rac . It \\ as. uilt b John at:.
t n\ ait for $70 .00 in iudin O'
-tfl-c- abutment ' . Thi hrido'c
t od f r ten ear. Before thi '
a brid.l;e had 1:1 I uilt at th
f rd b tween Hi g:h and ' Main,
, ,
I think thi houl d b Mi ami t.,
in 1 12. The chaIi n'e'l was not '
I cated a it is now, f r'
th brd e no" i s, wa at that
time in ' the bend f a hor
. .

by Jane Fite .
It' ton hai that ' f 11 IWS like
our '11 ighh 1', 'Berni' jl I'ian
. mu t die, Bernie th kinl.i
it i a p I a ur t 111 et-h
cUl1ia\)1 \ an
vivors,
***
I always enjo d 111 frien j -
ship Will Tich' n r. I
admired refin 111 nt marvel-
ed at hi intelle t: I felt hi g'hl_
honor i ,to a , "Will 1 ich 11 r, -
who compos d 'Glori u Ohi '
wa a per nal frien :l who I
can hol d 11 thin but r ' p > t
for."
If r kept a :1ia!.'. lhc' I
h adei Au u t 9,1947, would
I e)n I d want to fram . For
til re \ ul i apl eir im rtant
I "rsona1 n f th ay ex-
rer 11 at Kurz- Ka h C.
I n . pi ni' hel d at 'Lak i it:. '
Fl' d 1i and J hin' B g-an,
Laur:t ni Fl rla:ly Tr' a
Hust n, Minhi and Elain , :lnd
a heap 111 r w" re pre.. nt at
the p'i ni -L \.It wh r ' el: any
f th at bun -h g ' it' - al \':1)' a
J i ni ,
Til
CroR
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COMPLETE
S E RVICE-" '
av r t ke "P ur sri m d rn
.c mplete and al r riat>
. .
STUBBS Funeral Home
TELEPHONE' 2291 WAYNESVILLE, O.
. ,
CASR
FO R USED C'ARS
Any make or model
I
Fred Kah'n MO.tor Car Co.
PHONE 328 LEBANON, OHIO
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h e, tbe channel at ve an'j ,
hel w. th bridge ha vin . h en
made ince.
BlRTHDAY HONORED
. WITH PARTY
. Mrs. Raymond Brad lock n-
tertained group Of friends and
th ir childr.en on Friday after. ,
nOOn honoring the thirteenth
birthday anniversary 'of her
dalwht r, WiIhelmirta, ' Th
aft moon was pleasantly p nt
in playin . o'ames, admiring the
lovely gifts. and enj oying the
. by the hostess.
ration Sales
REPAIR
EQUIPMENT
COOLERS
.... __ Ie FREEZERS
, OHIO
A gala of
Ohio's Progress In Peace
. Though gay with fun and entertain.
the great "Ohio State Fllir is
plenty lolid in 8ubstance. Exhibitl
. are far beyond expectations in
quality, 8cope and extent. Agriculture.
indoltry, science and education com
bine to provide every visitor", or
with an abundance of fmoSS to
8ee. to do, to learn and to enjoy.
TH9MAS I. HUI.IT
GOyerIlOl' 01 0"'0
FRANI( FAINSWOItTH IDWIN J. IIATH
lIitHl., ., Art/cul/ur. St.,. 'alt NjanCller
FEATURES
OF INTEREsr
TO ALL
NV.doc. .and
Field, DaIry, Garden on'
Orchard 'roducli . -
Mod.r. Farm
Form Youth Ac.tlvll/es
Nlwtlt Home Appliances
Cultur. and Fin. Arb
f;.. land Concert.
Radio Broad'cost Sh...
MIdway Amusement.
Horness Horse Racln,
NIght Horse Show .
Great Grandltopd Show
ADMI$SION AT GATE:
Adults SOs. (pi us (ad, tOJ) , Child,,,, ISe.
F,.. park"lg appollte 17th An. "rlftCt.

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I
\ Estate of Asher B. Newby, dec'd, buri al wa made in MIami
George Newby, administrator fil ed C metery, C rwin.
first account. ' .
F '. RT IN STATE FAI,R DANCE REVUE,'
(
rag "
( . 4 )]9
1-1,! 1<4 7 I .... t.o H ... a:.
Mr. Charl'es l ilt I11pS )(1 ha a '
e u " 1 th i \\'e k,t hi "
leda Dakin appointed, administra- i t r, Mr . R 'he' ' a T t a y () t' Eve r ear thi - r L1 11 i)n aUra ' l.-
' I ,larg IlUmhel f pt: 11 I \\' h .
kn ew Pr(, f. Mon 'l,;, now t
Cin 'i nna ti wh 11 11' :' r ed as

"The Foursome" pictured above will be featured in the Stella
Beeker Dance Revue which will be a daily attraction of Music Hall at
\ The Ohio State Fair which will be held in Columbus August 23 to 29.
All of the youngstel'8appearing in the Revue have had several years
of experience on the stage.
. 'Day
For 4-8 Club
Th Wayne_vill e Sew-So
4-H Club met Monday August
11, at Mrs. Kl ontz house with
Mrs. ' Kl ontz and Mrs. El enfiel d '
in charge and Eileen Brown
presiding.
Interesting eve nts: Ther"
were 22 members present. An
Achievement Day program wa '
discussed and will be held Sept.
4. The parents and publi c a re
urged to come. ,
The program coinmittee for
Achievement Day are Carol
Bunnell, Charl ene Edenfield,
Doris Charlton, Dorothy Wil-
son. The pUblicity committee:
are Judy Conner, Donna
Hadley, Do ris Br.own, Ruth ,
Earnhart.
judgment if any against Henry
Greenwald defendant Maple and
Maple.
Earl Shiflett vs. Ray Phillips,
for money amounb .claimed
$25,000, C. W. Elliott, Carl
Abaecherli.
Thomas L. Weis vs. Norma A.
Weis, divorce, gross . neglect of
duty, C. DqnaJd Dilatush.
Virgina M. Brill V'S. John W.
Brill, ' divorce, gross neglect of
duty, C. Donald Dilatush.
Ward vs. ,Etta Ward,
dlvorce; 'extreme cruelty, Young
and Young.
COMMON PLEAS
Eileen Rose vs. Earl Ross, ' de-
fendant to pay . plaintiff $5 also
to pay ,. plaintiff sum of $8 per
week.
Violet Nimmo.vs. Carl Nimmo, di-
vorce to' plaintiff, children to plain-
tiff, r,eal estate to plaintiff, de-
fendant to pay plaintiff sum of
$25 per week.
Levi Richardson vs. Gilbert O.
Hunkins et at, defendant granted
trix giving 'oon,d wit!} sUI'eties i n , \1 I ' t t H
V\ a on our us, \
sum. of $8000. I
Mr. and Mr . harlc- Dnst'cl'
Estate of Emma E. Barnett, 'an dall yht r J Jan 't and
dec'd,' Cathetine Barnhat t appoint-
ed administratrix giving bond wi t h Bart ara 1 ft VI.. Ine da y f r a
sureties in sum of t hree w ek' _, (l -ati 01l trip
, Estate of Lewis C:F1l'penter, dec'd, t hr ugh th 'v\ tern nit d
Viola Carpenter, administratrix in- tate.
ventor y approved. Mr. ara h Wright \\ as a
Ei tate of'Xathl' yn Barnett, dec'd, Oayton, vi it r Fr i ::t').
Frank Barnett, execut or di stri- Mr. a 11 d M J'. L '\\ is VI. ( I ' h
bution in kind. and t heir gue L, Mr, an
James Ame of Wi ltning: t Il,
Estate of Bel:tha Florea, . .
Byrnie Florea appointed adminis- , were In K . . , unday
trator giving bond with sUl'eties in to att end th,e Bro ks a nd Brown
sum of $2500.
Mr. and Mr . Hugh . Van ' c
Estate of , Gilbert GoppertoIl' and Mi s J an Fit were at
dec'd, J. T. Riley, administ rator in- Island Park Sat urday t o attend
ventory approved. \
Es1(ate of Emma 14'. Smith, dec'd, the. annual picni c for
Meryl ,B. Grey a'ppointed adminis- of the Kurz-Ka ch Co. In .
trator givi"ng bond with sureties in Mrs. A. S. Collett left Xeni a
sum of $3500. ' . Tuesday fo r a h\
Estate pf Georgia F. Mendenhall, wee k's vacation tour of Al a ka
dec'd, Alton BroWln executor to '-and other points t interest.
sell persqnal property at private Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gordon
sale. ' gave a dinner at t1l eir home
. Estate of Anna M. Shumaker, Monday evening compleme nt -
dec'd, gross value of estate is ing Mrs. Gordon ' Aunt, Mrs.
$5073.83. I A. S. Collett.
Estate , of Lydia. ' A. McGuire, The Mon e : ' Reuni n an
dec'd, Chap McGuire administra- Annual event, ha been ' che-
tor inventory aproved. dul ed for Saturday Augu 't 16.
lip ri ntenda nt )f til Hilr .'
burg ' ., chn) \ y te ni. V ather
c nditi 11 ,' permi ttin g til , gue L
wlJ f a " Ill i Ie 11 the Hi gh
ch I la\ n f I' tiP even\.
Mr Guil r I n and duuo'h-
t r Mi ' Ma ro'aret Ann G r I n
, I">
W re vi it rs in On.. ton, Fri 1ay.
BIRTH ANNOUNCED
, Mr. an i Mr . J hn 'opa
Cla rke Avenu are' ann ui1 ing
the r,' ' nt hi rth of :l ' dilught r
a t Miiuni all y H pi t'l l, I ;ly':'
ton. ,
Mr. a n i MJ" . Car l,
and fa mil y a re enj
vac'a.t i n in l11 in
f ri nd .
Mr . Mary Tu ker an 1 on ,
of n ar town 'had " . wee k end
hu e li est, Mr. and Mr ' .
Ha rry Tucker a'nd famil y f
Duncan Fall s 'and Mr. Helen
Harri s Kl att of Dayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Collin ' and
fa:inil y f Centervill w
unday gu t s of Mr. C IJi n"
parent, Mr. and M r ; Howa rd
Collin.

fial'lle'l6turg
FORMER HARVEYSBURG
RESIDENT DIES
Funeral servi Ce were con-
ducted Monday aftemo n at
Jonahs' Run ChlLlrch for Mrs.
Lyda Halton wieely known
'forme r resident who . di ed Fri-
day at the home of her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ren Gaines in Cincin-
nati. Rev. J. P. Thornbury was

At the- north corpo rati on line
on Main St. (U. ,
Waynesville
FRIDAY, AUG. 22., '47
the officiating cler yman and ---1....-.-::-
at 1 :30 p. m.
W,e are leaving the community t o make our home in the ,we t
and ar.e selling an the furniture in Our five-room home at
pubJic auction. ' .
Guests present:' Sally Lou
Smith and An'n Haines.
, Next will be held at
Grange HalJ Thursday August
leave to file amended answer 15 The of the Cow- 16',
forthwith. boys in color! Roy and
HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS
14 at 1 :00.' .
Judy ' Conner -Reporter
Lillian Grace Whitaker vs. Willis ride hard to solve' a ga,me war-
Whitacre et aI., distribution ordeJ-. den murder.
ed. (Trucolor)
tlVING 'ROOM--New 9x 15 Broadloom ' rug and pad, Van
Dyke ,upright piano and bench, Sealy 'sofa con-
sole radio, lounge chair with 'ottoman, large 'over,
stuffed chair, knee hole-desk and chair, studi o co uch,
Seth Thomas mantel clock" oak desk., occasional
. '
C
n
' Kenneth N. vs. Springtime In The Serraa
't' . Hanawalt et aI., sale of real estate Roy lRogers, Jane
Ou,. ordered. ' Frazee and '. ' . d . tabl e, floo r) amp .
MARRIAGE LICENSES Donald W. Foulks vs. Eleanor ' Plus: Rodeo S 10rt. Cartoon
Dale Ruedig, Jr., 25, Ann Arbor, Foulks, former order ' modified, J. and Comedy. ' .
student, Nancy Carolyn Bridge, 2,Q, , Plaintiff to pay defendant sum of t'7 An 'author meets love and 18
Franklin, student. $7.50 per week. I b d
Virginia 'Brill vs. John Brill , adventure in the lOr e- ree -
. Raymond R. Hotf. 23, ,Mason, . country aloo.lr. Sta11ion Road
, material' Hazel M. Weis, ing set for Saturday, August 16 filled with dan,ge:r of
, . '24; Mainevile, tiPist .clerk. <' 'at 9:30. disease, . '
Chap McGuire, 68, South Leb- . Ei.ckenhorst et ' , STALLION ROAD
, anon,,' worker, Nannie F'raby, RobbInS et' al., partial dlS- Ronald Reagan, Alexia Smith,
south Lebanon, 110usework. ' trlbutlOn ordere.d. , Zachary Scott. '
Charles Morris" 21, Franklin, pa.. Plus: Latest News.
per, . worker, Bernice Collins, 21, PROBATE
Franklin. .
. William M. Reec'e, 24, Franklin,
pay roll clerk, Angela L. Kuhn, 23,
Ft:anklin" beautician.
Winifred ' O. 30,
FranJUin, laborer, Sar..ah L. Hat-
field,. 19, Franklin.
Mendel York, 26, Lebanon, as-
sembier, Carrie Lou WIlson, 19, '
South LebaJ.lon, assembler. ,
Thomas A. White, 25, Clarks-
West ,Va., student, Mary Lou
. Thorn, 25, Franklin.
NEW SUITS
Clark Melton vs. Hazel Melton, .
gross neglect, Frank C.
Anderson. , '
Pearl Pummill vs'. Henry Green-
wald et at, for money in the sum
of $439.86 with interest at 60/0 per
annum' from April 19, 1947 and
for costs herein incurred for fore-
ciosnre of Mechanics Lien and sale
. of estate and. for deficienc),
Estate of Joel Kirby, dec'd, Bes-
sie Lee Kirby, administratrix in-
ventory' hearing ' set ' for ' August
25, at 10., .
of Sue Weil, dec'(,l, ,Mar-
Rosetta Bustle, administra- ,
trix inventory approved.
Estate ' of Charles I. Huffman,
dec'd, Mary Huffman, executrix
apprQved.
20 His wife, his children, 21
hi's career, he sacrificed on the
altar. of illicit love , only to be
condemned - to dleath for. mur-
himself.
NORA
Starrin" Ann Sheridan" Keqt
. Smith ' with Sruce Bennett,
Robert AIda, ' R osem.a .ry
Decamp.
W ', E L DIN G
Any of WELDING or WORK
Will make anythirig special, for farm o,r , f.dory
PLOW SHARES TRUCK Wal)ING'
Good Equipment Plenty of Room Convenient
Weld at Sbop or Call Us to the Job
BILL LEE-, Phone 451
Loc:atecl at the W.ynesville Ice Hou .. , WllvD!!aViille Ohio
DINING ROOM- Oak extension dining and six
chairs, oak cupl oard with glass doors, small linen
chest, three rl!gs. '
BED ROOMS- Three-,piece maple bedroom suite, poster
bedroom suite, ' cedar chest, bedroom rocke F, throw
rugs, bookshelves, boudoir lamp, !led 'clothing. .
\ CHILDREN'S ITEMS- I3assinet, rocker, maple set (table
aryd chairs), \vag n, sl ed, roll er skates and other
toys . .
l.AUNDRY- May t ag washing machine, ironing board,
clothes rack, clothes hamper, " large clothes basket.
KITCHEN-Late-'!nodel ' '? cu. ft.Frigidaire, ' Unlversa,1 gas
, whIte cabl11et ' base (porce.1ain top), meta'
cab1l1et.
Hoover, 5w,eeper, Singer ewing mach-
", me, Ia wn mower, card table an'd four chairs, large
rocKer, medicine chest, clothing, porch swing, screen
door, garden tool s, quar,t and pint jars,. and many
other ' it ems. .
,Al.:.L IrEMS may be INSPECTED TWO PAYS before SALE
John &. Rose Turner
F. T. MARTIN, (Commercial Bldg.; Dayton, 0.)
/
Gazette
No. 4,_
14, 1947
CHURCH
R. B. Coleman. Minister
Sunday Sch ' 1 9 :30 a. m. ,
J. J. Bur 'ke, Supt.
Worship ervice 10 :30 a.m.
Y uth Fcllo\\ hip -
Thur day, 7 :30 pm!
MT. HOLLY METHODIST
T. M. Scar(f. Minister
Sch 01 9: 0 a.m
E. A. Earnhart, Supt.
Wor hip Service 1 ( :30 a.m.
Evening S rvi ce 7 :30' p.m.
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel N. Keys, Mmister
. 7 :30 m. , Ante-Communi on
1 :00' a. 111., M rning Pray r
UTICA E. U. 8. CHURCH
Rev. A. J. Furstenberger ,
Sunday School 9 :3 0 a.m.
Mrs. Jame Garrison, Supt. ,
Preaching. 1 t and 3 rd Sundays
each month '10 :30 a.m.
fRIENDS
First Day School ' 9 :30 a.m.
Meeti ng f r W rship ,
10;30 a.m.
-
ST. AUGUSTINE
Father Krumholtz, Priest
Mass 7:30a.m. and 9 :00 a.m.
FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST
OF CHRIST.
, Ralph E. Stinson, Minister
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Youth Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
Adult Prayer Meeting 7 :30' p.m.
Evening Evangelistic Service
, 8.:15 p.m.
A friendly Church with a '
"Go Message
WA\NESVlll.E CHURCH
Robert L. VanZile,
Bible School 9:30a.m.
Communion 1 0 :30 a.m.
Sermon 11 :00 a.m.
Evening Servk'e8 :00 'p.m.
FISHING CONTEST
FEATURE OF OHIO
STATE FAIR -... ---
Thyre'!t be fun aplenty for
both the anglers and the ki b-
at of
Conservati on TWiilL.akes Ex-
hibit when 60 under ,
18 in hifts for fun
and .for fish ,at the' big ' 194'7
Ohio , State Fair at Columbu ,
August 23 through the 29th.
The 22 foot ano-Ier's pool
will be ,stocked with' everat
thousand channel Cats and bull.
heads measuring anywh re
. ' fro,ll 1.0 .inclle to whnpp,ers.
Youngsters \VitI fi h 45 minute .
out of each hour under til ...
sUl 'e'rvisron of the Fish Manage-
ment Section of the Diyi ion of
Conservation attended by uni-
formed field m n of the
Division who wit1 keep the
Y9lmgsters supplied with ba'it,
fishing pole, tines, sinker and
, help the fish or come
runnin.g WIth the smelling salt
when young Ike Walt.on smack
,a spectator in tht: face with a
two"l'pound channel cat.
Fishing \VitI be . fre and the
contestants w.iJ1 be 'able to take
their catches hom.:. Game
Protectors will see tbat the fish ,
are -wrapped, labelled and
stored on ice while the young.
sters visit the rest. of the
schedule for
fishing in the afternoon
f the fir t' two day_ f til '\ f ir
hut the rc t f th . wc:ek it will
I nn affair, Fi hing- lv\ ill
I egin (I ll the hou!' an t /'
ti n ma h Ina Je at the
"iiiie' j'i.:: hing 111 t h ;l.d-
quarter at T\\' in Lake- inth '
( LIth a t rne r f the P:1ir
'g: r un:! , . '
Inventor Of College Cheer
Meets Former Residents
, 'There wa " a r uni on
f f rln r. W' ayne vil1ians in
Ch.i ;l fe\\ lb \' - when
Herhert \Varwi k - of y , uno' _
t L) \\ ' ll, hi ' w'as in it v.
C mpl tin ' tiT trinity \\' i'e
Eval yn; Funkey' Andr w ann
. M. Cal'twri 'ht. . H rht:rt
Warwi k devi eel and inv IHe1
th Jl10d rn c 11 o'e her f r
fo tball O' ame . Thi wa ' at. me .
tim he was a tudent at 'the
hio tat Univcr tty. H ii d
not, h \V ver, initi ate the r
ent a robatic fanta ie an i
ccentriciti that til cheer
l ead r n w H wever,
he did get to ether lar -C, bo iie '
of tudents and train j them
in mass cheering,. As soon a
the cheer wa u d it wa
employed in ,other college .
Evalyn Andrews j librari an
of the iri urance library in th '
Insurance Exchange: building
in Chica e." Thi ' in tituti n is
maintained n t only for the
benefit of those in the in uranc
busines, but for the public as
well. She has dev loped. the
service to a remarkable degree
of usefuln ss. ,
'Mr: Cartwright wilJ retire
from active business this month
after ' having been in n wspaper
life for 53 years.

..
Contest
M1;inner II B,rands" His
Prize
A pioneer of the auto industry, throughout the model, which Storey "brands;' here
nation in a contest to discover the oldest Chevrolet truck with his distinctive Circle-Heart brand. It was presented
in America, turned up, appropriately, in' the possession to him by J. W. Burke, manager of Chevrolet's truck
of a Montana 'homesteader. Thc= venerable vehicle" department, as Mrs; Storey and Montana cowgirl Merle
vintage of 1918, wasltillaerving Ratllcher Leslie A. Storey, Spears (riiht) look on. Nearly 7,000 old-time Chevrolet
Qf Jordan, Mont.; whose ranch lies 18 miles from a typical trucks were entered in the contest won by this vehicle,
"last frontier", town. The award for owning the oldest which was one of 384 built by the division in 1918, itl
licensed and operating truck was a new Chevrolet tint year of truck production.
if th.e cr p .i put in a silo bef r
,frost and weather 'ha ve dam-
-aged it. P r ons att n jin T th(:
Chi c a ' 0 me ting' doubted
whether enouO'h new standad
silos would be avallabl thi fall
to meet the d mall ' fern
growers who have n sil o , Pit
silos can be hl,.lilt for temp r'lr
u e.
Sideline c nver -ation at,
Chiea 0 brou )'ht out a l ot of
guesses on tr rd of
Established in 1 , 92
FOR FIFTY-FIVE YEAR THl
FUNERAL HOME
,
HAS 'OFFERED THE COMMUNITY
A COURTEOU AND ENTEEL
FARM LEADERS DISCUSS
CORN CROP SITUATION
price for live tack if. a tot of
SERVICE
Only A Weather Miracle Can farin r simultat1e usly 1ecide
Prevent Problem Of Saving to buy cattle ar ho t F!at soft
Feed From Spoiling corl1 Marketmen r port pa,cker
_. _ _ in- July w re gra bi n ' OTa
Farm leaders. from corn-belt cattle which should have
state called to Chicago to com- into feeOlots. It appears ' certain '
pare notes on the 1947 out- that a l ong price will be Qharo'ed
l ook for corn ao-r ed there will for . any toc'k neejed' to
b a l ot of soft corn which salvaO'e soft corn ..
. mu t be fed before, warm
wet,tther 'start in 1948, it will
ha ve to be dried artificially, or
there will be a bi l oss of feci '
early next spring.
oft corn wiJLl.eep fairly
in col weather and it ' is
good feed until L'ama(l' d by
. motds and rots. The l oss of ' oft
corn will start as soon a ,tem-
perature begin fo rise in 194 .
Expert attending' the meetin
discus d possibilities of feedin
w
the corn before daman:e tart"
method of starin' it i
spoiling, and the possibility of
dryi ng it artificially .
,Artlficialdrying appears ,to
be rulea out for most farm rs
by lack of equipment, ' unl es
they can have the drying, done
by commercial plants. Drying
equipmelJt for farm ihstallations '
is not available in suffiCi'ent
quaot,ities to handle any large
part of .the total soft corn ex.
p'ected in 1947. '
PractiCally an the f ed value
of immt4ur corn can be saved
Lime and f rtilizej pasture-
and meadow would take a
load- off d pI t d Ohio grana-
ri es and corn cribs earl next
spring,
Quick cooling and proper
storage for milk and
its orginal .quality.
New cream -hould n t be
poured into .th t rage' can
until , the new batch has been
thor ughl y
I,'
WANT'ED
DEAD STOCK
HORSES $10.00
COWS - $12.00
HOGS - $3.00 cwto_
, Acc..-dln, to 51Z1 a Condition
Also, All SMALL STOCK
REMOVED PROMPTLY
Phone _ "
XENIA WILMINGTON
1712 2362
. DON'T FORGET
.. For Insurance At A Savings See
Francis Gene
_Waynesvill!, Pb';llle 2935' or CaD CoDect Wilmington 2Ll1

McClure Fuueral Home
TELEPHONE 2111
'.u, Dealer
ASHMEAD SERVICE ' STATWN
North llio :Street . WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
. '
"
CLAS5
, ,
, '
CLASSIFIED AD BATES
:Mi words or less. one .. 250
Each 'additonal word, ... 00, ' .. 00 .1e
SPECIAL RATES by CONTBACT '
II

Loana-'

FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS:
For Reflnanc1ng - Rebuilding - '.
Buying, 4% Farm loans wit h long
WIle to pay, Pay part or aU any
UJne. ,
"EBANON NAT'L FARM LOAN
ASS'N, Ellis H. St'Ul'm, Sedy-
Leba.non. Ohio. Phone 448
to
Real Estate For Sale-
ffi , and 1ft 1 d,
'.\fater Main f r \\ia n
hi", r a \\ in ' ) , 4 (i
and 0 , -I- 12," The \\iork
v red by the ' 1 c.if ic,lt i ns
on i ts f fumi 'hin ' all lal, r,
quipm nt, appl ian e anli
materi al and performin
cr
all
aerati ons nece ' ary f r th
inst allati n f th n w wat r
main fo r the iIl ag t
Wa ne ville, Ohi o, in full and
to the 'omplet sati ' fa ti n of
the Village, The work hall in-
clude all pipe, valv _, valve
b xe, fir hydrant, conn ct- ,
W .pref r that y u U III 1'-:
talld th _truLture n:'c a' ..
tuall y NOT ins .. The ai'
L pied after ' -Ur 'I '-
liv h 111 ', hino. lI 'll l11-
1',1 t 111 d rn int ri r an:\ c:;'
teri or d i O'n
.
f .
IF YOU HAVE A PROPERTY OR, ing into x!sting main and re-
FARM TO SELL call or Wrtte , t rin )' treets, idewalk , et .,
OOn_, Hederson. Tel. KE3446; 61'1 - to their orginaI conditi911. The
Lorain Ave., Dayton. Ohio. tfc f 1I 0win ' Ii ted material \ ill I .
REAL ESTATE
DON'T FORGET TO CALL
us for Insurance. All types of '
lnsurance at a sayings. Call
Francis Gene BTown, phone
\Vaynesyille 2935 or call
collett. Wilmin,gton 2111.
DRESSED POUL
TABLE DRESSED FRY,
3 to 4 lb . 65c. p,er lb. Op n
every day unti! 5 : 0 p. m,
, Closed e'very Wedn day
aft ern oO'n, Poultry' in the
Locker. Leave orders for
dressed hen " Win O. Gu tin,
. Phone 2543. - 8-14
FOR SAI.E
FOR SALE - ' MERCURY 11
Camera, case, . sunshade, fil-
ter; Ben Rickey,
vjHe, O. . --81 4
FOR SALE-Green Beans For
Canning, I Bring. Bas k e t .
Geor e Peterson, 1 . Mil e
from Waynesville on . Be -
brook Road.' -2-14
Houlehold Goodl -
, POR ALE-KIT'CHENKOOK
table-t0p ga s 0 J i n e ' . cook
stove. Three burners and
oven. In6tant lighting. Good
condition, Reasonable. Roger
Brown, Third street, Phone
2193. . 814
furni shed by, the VillaO' free of
co t to the c ntra tor, and in-
. stalled by th cont ractor:. ,( I,)
'1 0 lin, ft. of 4 in, ca t iron
b 11 and pi ' t pip , f r 1 5 Ibs.
Is q. in. pres ure, in 1 ft.
len oth; ( 2 ) tine (3) four '
LONE .ME INE
AGENCY
Ph, ne n M073
--adv
inch (4in.) ir n dy
with bell ends. Notice of Appointment
Each bid mu t cont ain the Notic i hereby given th at
full name of every person or Catherine Winsp ar Barnhrtd
company, intere ted in the same, who e Po t Oft1c Addres i
and e ac ompanied by a bopd Wayae'v. lll e, Ohi o ' l1 a een
in t.he sum of one-half of he duly en p intect Il. Admini-
submitt ed bid t the atlsfaction tratrix with the Will AflO xect
of the Board' of Tru tees of of the Estate . f Emma E. Bar-
Pu lie Affairs, or a certifi ect nett ' late of Wan'cn C unt ,
check on some solvent b'ank, as Ohio, decea eo,
a uarant y that . if . the id i Dated thi 4th jay f Au '-
accepted,' a contract will en- ust, 1 47,
tered 'into and its performance Ralph H. Car y, Jud e
pr p'erl y ecured. Should any of the Probate Court,
. bid be relected such check .will . Warren County, Ohi o
be forth\\i ith r t the Stanley & Stanley, Attys. 82 1
bidder, and should any, bid be
accepted such check will b re- 'Notice of Appoinbnent '.
turned upon the proper execu- Notice is_ hereby that
tion and securing of the con- Cleda E. Dakin , whose Post
tract. ffiute- No. L
Bidders are requested.'to usc Wayn vill e, Ohio has been
the printed form which will be duly appointe:t as Adminis-
furnished on application. ' ,' tratrix of the EstatL of Harry E.
The right is reserved .to re- Dakin late of 'v\ arren eounty,
ject any and all bids. Ohio, deceased,
By order of the Board of Dated this 4th day olf Aug-
of Public Affairs. '. ust, 1947. .
Charles James Clerk . Ralph H. Carey, Judge
-8-14 of the Probate Court,
;.....---..:._- Warren ' County, Ohio
C. Donald' Dilatush, Atty. 821
.Co.rrAGES fOR SAtE
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NOT' ICE
\
Thank. InU ' lll v ry J1lu 'l1
f e))' yuur 1,1 -11 in this l11 :ttl J;.
Wil liam (llill) :l \\'yLi'
CommanJ" r
i l h a r 1 >"I.i
di Lll an t
CARD OF
_1-1-
.' I wi h t e. pr s: my : (n
ht i -m tn 111 ,' fricn I: a.n l
n iO'hb I" f r tl1' 'ari, g- ift
an i fl wer - 1 rcc 'i 'cd
mv tay at the.:: :i amarit :m
H' itaL ,
Elizal lh
SOFTBALL
.
SOFTBALL RESULTS
Au o', 5-Mill er R'st,
Fair) '
A ltg. -6-H:trv ur,,-
F rj
Ll , 7- R xanna
ALI , "
Mill r R ' t.
1 l-Harve shurr
.
ALL STARS RESULTS
Au .
Peer'
8- Mia'mi hur o'

All tar
- abina '
All Star
Inn 1
R xanna 12
Faid y- 1
Ford 1
5
5
7
Harveysbur 4 17
Millers Re t . 17
mitl1
-l
1 :2
14
. 1
3
4
5
3
1
7
732
7
650
6 19
190
1 5
FUTURE' ALL STAR GAMES
Aug. 8' : M iarrti burg
AUR: . 10: Sabina
Aug, 15: Day tOil tee I Fdry.
Aug, 17:. Middleto\ n C lored
Aug. 22 : WriKht Field
, Aug. 24:
Aug . 29: Middl,etown Bravarian
Aug. 31 : Wilmin ton
ept. 5: Miami l ur Amedcan
Legion. "
Pa, t: 8
J ( . 1 29
1 I, 1
0
,17 '
"Life" G"roup Shows .
Picture Of Native Son
In :l r 'cent i If th'
th ' re ap-
f
AUCTIONEERING
STANLEY and, KOOGLER
BBODB8 UCBN8.
ror De.tea. Phone 11M. Wa)'DesvWe. .
Ob1o. Reverie
NORRIS BROOK COMPANY
Clnc1nnat1 Un!on stock Y&Td8
Live Wire ' and PIJ"o8IretIJ1ve. AD
orga.n1Zart.1on second w none.
Strictly sellers on the best
all s:iound. Ill8I'ket in the
cotmmy.
Service That Sathfle.
WHlO :oa.yton 12 :30 ,E.' S, ' T .
D1&l 1SOO WfLW .C1ne1nnat1
12:40 Dial 700 for our
D&1lY Market Report.
Armitage & Son
. TELEPHONES, .
WAYlUSVlLLB _I
MORROW No. I
LEBANON Offiee .'131[
B.S. 129L SAND and' GRAVEL
BLACKTOP DRIVES
TAR aDd ROAD OIL
" . WN and FILL DIRT
PIANO FOR SALE-Katherine
Mendenhall, Main St" ,Phone .
2635 Waynesville, Ohio. .'
, . -8-28
,
HELP WANTED- MALE
),.re you 'affected by the pre-
sent housing shortage? .Or are
you a victim of conditi on,S
require you to live in a structure
$2 5.00 PER DAY, AVERAGE undesirable, and unappealing
earnings f.or trained farm to yourself? .If so, we may
solve your problem with our
spray painters, lristruction '. cozy cotages we are offering
In the flltufe we request that
no one in this community. pur-
chase ally'-ctdvertising or .any-
thing el se from ' anyone who .
may introduce himself as :l. '.
Representative of the American
Legion unless they have a '
. written authori;zation signed by
both the Commander and , the
Adjutant of Wayne Township
READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING and DUMP TRUCK
now forming. Write for sale.
giving ' name, age, These cottages are beautiful
enoe, reference to: Bruce . I
Fuhvider, Box 313, Lees- and durable 10 an equa meas-
Veterans Post No. 615, '
burg, Ohio. . 2821 ure. They are designed to meet
the approval of the most
We all that the
community has for this
Post. We are doing .this in order
that no person may represent
themselves as Agents of the
American Legion in 'an attempt
WANTED- MISC. discreet. They afford ' ample
room, measuring 10 feet by 24
feet. The floors are constructed
of pine wood and the cottage
itself is ful insulated in order
WANTED TO BUY- BALED
Straw. ' delivered or in ' the
field. Telephone Roay Jones at
Bethany, 'Ohio, Phone 2426. '
LEGAL NOTICf:
Sealed bids will be 'received
by the Board of . Trustees oJ
Publie Affairs of Village of
Waynesville, State . of Ohio, at
. the office of said board until
twelve o'clock noon, Au'gust
15,. 1947, for furnishing the
necessary labor and materials
for the installa:tion and corll-
' pletion of a ne\v water main
from the two existing :'wells to
water .main at the intersection
of Mill and Main Streets for
supplying water to the Corpora_
tinn and the inhabitants thereof
in, 'with plans and
spe( ,! . '. I'r' S on file in said
to defraud one.

cows $12; HORSES $1.0; . HOGS $3
ACCORDING TO SIZE AND
CALt.
X E N I A Fertilizer
. ,
454'
. I
L G. Bach .... IDc.
We now have some Fertilizer on hand and. are booking orders I
for future delivery,
FERTILlZER IS AGAIN A SHORT ITEM FOR'THIS YEAR.
WE TO FIll ALL ORDERS. MAY WE
. . " ..
. '- $J,CGEST YOU PLACE YOUR NEtoS WITH US All
. . .
ONCE TO ASSURE YOU OF YOUR SUPPLY FOR THIS
FALL
'"
.,
PHONE2441
Fairley . Hdwe. Store
,
--
, .
'PYPE TALKS ..
by John S. Turner
and Bnhhy \\'onllan1
st ppect t piny \' lth Ka vdic
and rn wfull y t old t1 , hat
Pet is dead, A 1
I ng.h j i ect, tai\-wacr in' og,
pra ticall y v ry H1e like i, 'lOti
they }' v :i, " am " a tra fllc
fatality re ntl,. Ma, l e it' a
small iteni. t o y u, lut not tn
Jerry an B 16y.
* * *
Miami
GAZETTE
.
ALL 102 YEAR OLD
WAR VETERANS WILL
I
COME TO ATTENTION
Band To Benefit
From Twin Show
",,' I anlon ' , e ' 11 ur h ar.i
Jf a I () 2 \. ',a I' 1,1 ,i il \\ ':\ r j B tazr If 'rmn!.J til at rte"\\,'---
\ et ran ii vin,g: , in or n:1 r I ';Il::lI1Hllll1 t l i ' lure will c
\\' a ' ll svill ? :c\' ral p 'r. h WI1 h r for tl1" fil" t nnd 1a t ,
' 1m" li in g' 11 're ila\'0 r'. tim wb n the- 13a nd 13 ters
lue t j ' ' nli irht nm nt n Club ' p 11 (lr ' a mat inee an
thi: matt It urig-i n:t ll y h\' vcni'ng I erft rman' ' at
a.nn )un e i in tl1 '" Dayll)l1 111 . Inca I T\\in Th atre thr< u h
r ,::; 1111 ' reI orl 'I, th' url e f th ,wn 1', Paul
pi tur hein.' print 'd a haf r, wll htl I nit t d the
Below t wn n the I)il1
of Dr, Mar' h mi ' a patch
of cactus, ft ' urviv a,ll kin:l
,Sesqui Group' Adds,
, wit h, til apti 11. T hte 111.. use I f th theatr n Ttl day,
LOCAL WOMAN NAMED ( ne ha: be n f ulij IHl pt. , ,
TO REPRESENT CANCER knows h a I I' n h w. Thi - i ' 'I mi ght a ti n pa k-
SOCIETY IN VICINITY e l' it i ' P ' i 'I e a Ilmn cd drama f the air wi.th 'ten
of weather and n nc eem
to know an thing ahout it '
origin'. With a little re ear h
thi h uld make an int
tory,
* * *
h rtly ag , on a trip, we
came tluQugh a t WIl in Mi s-
ouri named L anon an \ ith
a populati n al .ut ame ;1 .
the town thu n'ame in our (l vn
county. \,ve wer .... travciin, in a
ti n, the li ext
town we cam t ( \\ " l a 'ne::,
ville. Ac rdint.' t C) h: th..:
populat i n L '0' il " y hav
a fire hief, I kn . v. I a ' k i.
* *
Thi Ie ti on there i " in,:;
t o b a . ho I h n L u ff ered
til v. t r of th community, It
wi ll 't m utit to" 'inthe hb , r.
ho d of, $2 . ,000. The re.a on
is't er ct a new buildin (r which
is m dern and safe ' f.or th'
youncrer hident 01 the com-
munity. I believe it wHI carry.
It' a necessity and hard to ee
how anyone would v te again t
the education and afety of a
future generation. There may
be ' some who will, ut not
many.
* * *
There are - many oth r
thing t write al ut. Thin
that inter t both y u and. me.
Dan ' Surfgce (he; 85 nn )
t-old m ,of --S.Qlli literatur i l
has 'kept all the e year that
was written during- and al out
the slave era. Walter Ca ,vha
d es u h a .fine job ' keepin 0'
ne of the fine t and m
t eautiful c m terie in the tate
could tell a lovel y tury al out
a pI t of round wih a popula-
tion more tha!l times the
siz,e of \Va ne ville.
* .. ", *
But there is one other fact ' 0
0ften ovetlooked. .
Your local ,paper is one of
the most vital , assets in the com-
munity. ThfflUgl:J , it back-fence
gossip is replaced with news
and, has the right t.o
use it ' olumns to express hls
opinion" Any commuriity
is intere ted in retaining, its In-
divid'uatity will atilT sup-
port, its local paper.
. * * '"
This is our last , Type Talk
columri. W,e're o'oing West to
live. '
Wasn't it Horace Greely who
said: West young ,man, go
West" -then stayed Ea,st him-,
self, and made a million dollars'?
But there's an editorial job
on the Arizana Times waiting
and it's necessary to leave.
, Thanks for being so nice and ,
reading this column. kin.d
comment ' hav, been apprecI-
ated. , '
HAWKE REUNION
AT WAYNE PARK
, . The Annual of the
Hawke families will be he1d
Wayne Park on Sunday, Aug-
ust :24, when a large group of
rdatives will for about
their 30th reunion. Mr'. ' J. C.
Hawke is president of the group
and Mrs. ' Kathryn Fr'9mm
Banta is secretary.
To Celebration Plans
Mr '. tanl " Bail e, rel re- an ' W ring' thi ' :Ie' ript i t 11 fill ct moment " tirring love
'ent d th Ea tern tar at th ' l iv,c: in the 'Otllltr v in thi ' Sene:, and int n ' int re t
A meetil1 f the " quie 11- \Varren Cou'nt Unit Am ri an t rrit r. Any inf rmati on th rou!"h ut, tarring ' 'x ig-
tennial Conlmitt e hel j at th ' Canc r ociety at th Goldelll n the matt er \\'; 1\ be ap- name .' Anne Saxt r, Wil-
T wn hip , Hu on Monda Lamb Hotel, Tue :day ev nin. I n:: iat ed . li am H, nn Tuft,
e en.ing of Hli . we "k \\'a ' well ,' . Emma Lou " f W,a n , ': jiam Bendix, .. t riino' Ha ' en,
attended by . ' 111"111\ cr f the v1l1 wa al -o.pr nt and w,t. H \varli Orr ilva,
Atlditio'nal matte,r " p 1'_ d to repre Wy n .. School Opens Here In a jjiti n t ) thi
ainin to the ' ming 'vent " ,Ville and 111 ute f 'atur, Fox M vid rre
that wi ll be tag j hert.'! "pt. work .Cancer Sept. 2, Day , New - and a art n in C lor
12, 1 and 14 were di cU s d. Her dytI c WI ll publt Ity, wi ll al -o I e h WI),
\Nayne Park will I e th I ca- show1l1 ', of e ucatlOnal film., Make arran ' ment n w t
ti n of activitie of th 'three- dnv an i 1uca. R. W. Bradcto k, uperil1ten- me to the Twin Th atre n
j ' meet 'which \\ ill include' a, tlOnal regardIng thl dent of Wayn Town hip pt. 9 an:i nj y thi ' fin e, sh w
ay . "Gr at KIller" chool annOUfl d thi , , eek that will nl 1 e h wn here for ,
attractions, conte t. ' About ixt' P I'" 11 ' w r 1111 that the Way' n viII cll 1 ' a m,atin e and tw ev nin,.e- per-
booths of all de cnphon , a big ' :> ' ,
h ' rseshoe pitchin 'contest, oap at. th etmg and will pen, Tue ctay, ept. 2 f l' f armance. Thi ' i P ' Iy the
lox derby, parade and many offiCial were grabfIed t !u:, a half-day s ion: It i - planned fir t and la t , tim in Wayne _
tl t All tl
' '111 b'" such a larg number th I e, I n to serve lunche .this ' ar e ville.
o ler even . ' 11 MI \.. f th t " , , t t
t ed ff aturday ni ght view 0 e ex r mdy m , ginning W dne lla, ep , a
pp . 0 n , weather. A great 'amount of 111- 'both bui,lding . , S 'I' Ed - T
1 Y a display of fireworks. terest is being aroused in this Mr. Braddock -tate the , p,ecla , IliOn 0
the 14th .ha,s work' and much good is xpect-, faculty i n w compl et t ' .
et. aSide as a memonal day 10 ed t o be accopmlished. a teach r in th Commer ial 'Include Celebra'tloo
whl h the churches of the com- '
't 'II b' t th I department, He expect t,
mum y WI com me oge er n make an ann unc ment on thl ' In th pu lication of the
a service at 11' :00 a.Jl.1. 1'- t P. d A t I f th
wiII be followed by a l:\icnic din- -Ulan ara e ' matter by ne t week, ' quicen a,l Eell Ion 0 e
t' t' f tt Miami Gaz tt it has been de-
rter at noon and the afternoon At th la t mee 1I1g 0 1e
C
'' F Ed t M" cict d to include the affairs of
will b
p
d vote,d to speech ma,k- omlDg eature Bard of. uca Ion, anon
.,.. Ad 'I d ' the Celebration n pt , 12, 13
ing and wiII include the services ' ' am wa emr y as .1an - .
. I G d I '11' and 14, Originally the edition '
of a person of' national repute The esquicentennial Com- Itor at t1e' ra e l Uling , \ a to have b n campI' ted in
who wiII give the address of toe mittee ha named A. H. 'stubbs Bus driver remain the ame tim for t,h1 celebrati on but it
day. , a chairman of the parade that as la t y ar with th(! foI1o\ving wa agre d that it will add a
Ralph Edenfietd is p'lanning is to be staged here 011 Saturda.y, liste 1.: Richard Thomp 0 11, G" " great amount f ihter t to have
to' nct . the day's activities' with Sept. 13 a a part of the c Henderson, A I) e rt G ray, the t ry and pictur of the
a softball , arne' between two of bration being held on the three Bobert Baker and events of thl! thr e day in Iu<L
the top teams ip .this area. More days, Sept. 12, 13 an At Burt 11 . ed. '
inf r,mation on this will be this time, it is reported that a-- - M.J:S. ,Wln.ifred Hart , Uti --'Flii ' will n. t--hl -any wa de-'
available soon. number of truck, pa eno:er .Mrs, ElIzabeth McKeev "r hay tract from the ad yinal plan of
Bob Mehaffie, chairman of cars, hor ' e , tractor, and ev n ,been emp.1o ed as cook at the the history ' of. the Wayn ville
th oap box derby contest is an airplan ha - been i 'ned up Grade bUlld1l1 ' and Mr; community from 1797 to 1947
sti11 acce..p1ing entr,ants for to appear in the, parade. All of Shoup Mrs. Paul. MpwrI e being pubJi h d. It will only add
affair. Prizes of fifteen dollars these entrants wlIl b de orated at the HIgh School bUlldmg. It to it the additi n'ar 'atTair f the
are offered winners. Willis in a t,he 0 casi 1l,1, was stat. d, howev.1', that a event for which the t ulJi, ation
Hunter has issued a call for all In addItIon to thIS a number chano'e m tJle latter may he , i ' hein'g 'mad . Thi s, will make
horse hoc pitcher to enter the of bands, 'from vari u place mad. ,Mr. Maro'ret Ann Chap- the editioll all th m 're attrac-
, big Thei are have been conta.cted t al 0 ap- man ha empl ed a' tive and de iralle.
here froin Waynesville and pear a a part at the parade. dieticia!1 and :,up rvi ' r If h til Many ' ord I' have b 'en r.
e
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all other surreunding towns. This event will be on .f the cafet nas. ceiv d f I' re ervati 11 f copIes
, ' ' most outstanding of the nf thi s publication. Sin e piper
cel bration and it is , xp cted t " h rtage i . till a, maJor pi'oblem
Funeral For Former
Resident, friDay
Mrs. Martha J. Marsh; ao'e
87, formerl:y a resident of here
and ' a member of th 10 al
passed away at , her
home in ' Dayton, .Wedne clay
morning. ,
, She is survived by a daugh-
ter, Gtenna Marsh and a son,
Hobart of Springfield.
Funeral 'wm be held
" at the Stubbs Funeral Home on
Friday at .2 :00 . p.m. under th
di.rection of W,eaver ,Funeral
Home, Daytnn. Burral to be in
Miami ..
GRANGE PICNIC AT PARK
A ITENDED BY LARGE
GROUP OF MEMBERS
The Home, Economics,Group
of the local Grange, No, 13,
under the chairmanship of Mrs,
Lawrence Furnas, Mr. Pal.,ll
Tomlinson, Mrs. S. , . 'EIli and
Mrs. A, H. Earnhart, sponsored
a picnic on Saturday evening;
August 16 at the Harry Smith
Park Manv diff I'ent kind of
tile most delici ous food WilS on
sale, ' from which about eighty
members and friends selected a
most enjoyable picnic supper. '
attract hundreds of sp etatc r FORMER HAS , and th e:lition f thi pullica-
frOm all over the country. ACCEPTED NEW ti n i ' limit d to a certain nuin-
:-----'-I ' Mrr:-,.- 'i Ss-Flor,ellce Fo.xbo\vel, f\11 - bel of copies it is advis[d,le to
T F
I' mer commercial teach I' at th place advanc rd rs to assure
eams ormlog ',' 0' I cal High f or' Ix year'" delivery, Tlie c upon printed in
',Hors' eshoe Coo'test's p'rior to and: including 1946-47, tHis ,is' ue of th Gazette can be,
All er on' illten::stei in
Horse Shoe Pitching ,at thit
Sesquicentennial celeb rat i, 0 n
are request ed to contact Willi '
Hunter, Chairman f the CI n-
te t. ill ce the e quicentennial
Committee ha rul.d "doubl e,
only" Mr. Hunter ,asks ,that
all ,en.trant be li ' ted with ,their
partner. Participant 'are want..:
' ed from Bellbrook, Harv :ys,
burg, Lytle, ,Mt. Holly, Corwin,
,Ferry 'and other v:icinitie' in ad-
dition to local enfrant ,
An entry t of fifty cent
p r on" i I eing char 'c'dl.
WANTS MORE PERSONS
TO ENTER BIG PARADE
A, H. "Cap" Stubb , chair-
man of the squicentennial
Parade is a for'
decorated float, period Eire.; ed
hoI' e.! ack r.id r and all others
that would like tn partidpate in
,this-big cvem. In
ed will please make co
with Mr. Stubbs at once. '
t
. . , .
has restgned her pO ' iti on a' , u ed for that purpQ .
secretary to the business mana-
ger of Wilmington CoIl ge to
accept a teaching po iti n a(
Beavercl:e k high school, near
Alplia. , \'
Miss Foxbower, ha . heen,with
Wilmington Colleg 'inc;e June,
of this year. She will teach coril-
mercial CaUl' es in her new posi-
tion,.
CHICKEN THIEVES
TAKE FRYERS ,
The Sheriff of Warr 11 county
was call ed to Hel1l'Y Fink' on
Friday, Chicken vi ited
them Thutsday, nI ght, taklng
about 200 fryer ' . Tl1i is the
econd time this umm r they
ha ve vi ited by thi, yes,
, ADVANCE ORDER FOR SESQUI-CENTENNIAL COPIES
Til Se quLCentennial Committ ee: " ,
, 1=' lea e re erve t pie f the ' nnial ' as
,per followin .: , ,
Naill
1. Addr ss Rttnll Rt.
City State
Number of copie wanted at 25c per py -
Amount can he paid with order or when , copie', are called for.
MA IL ORDERS: A j per copy h ever mailing en t".
ail orders to P. O. BOX E, WAYNESVILLE, OHIO--
-Mrs. Bunce Honored
At Conger H.ouse
Mrs. Turner Honored
At Bridge -Luncheon
Mr. a d Mr . William trnu.::c
ha Vt: 'to th ir h me in
L} tI c aft I' a 'ple'arant va ati n
in Wi consin. Enr ute ' home
th y wer 'ueSfS of Mr. and
Mr '. Lindl ' y MilL at R ' m-
mon, Mich', and weI' a com-
anie'd ' h me h Mr ' . G\:.
Mill ', wh had a g'ue t ( f
Mr. and MrS. Mill for a f w
days.
DAUGHTER BORN
. Mr. and Mr . Jail) ' 8 urne
o f Centervill ' ar ann un 'ing
,the birth f a daup;ht ' l' Aug-u t
8 ,at Miami Va 11 e h 0 1 ita 1.
Mr. a'nd Mr . M rri 13 urn ...
of Higgin port;' hi wer the
gu t f Mr. and Mr. Earl
Woollar i and family la t
and also of J B ume f
Centerville.
Gaz tte Page 2
. N . 43
. 1 47
""" and Mr. La wrt' ll ce
and 'GI ra, Mr '. J. , F.
onna kat:! J a ' 0 11'
left un f r a till' c \\'eek
vacati n the ,w 'tern '
ali I ,- uthern .
Roy ElIi and famil y and
Mr . Delbert ,C nge r r-
tained a gr up f relatiy
on unda afternoon,
' with h r ni ' C , Mr, William
Mr . Wade Turner \Va ho t-
ess at a Brid -Lunch n hel d
at 'her h me n Frida v, Augu t
15, honoring Mr . Joh'n Turner
who, 'with her family, i lea yin "
about Sept. 1 to 'rna k thei r
home in Phonix, Ar izona.
Mr. ' and Mr . 0 ' il M. Duyi
and Mr. and Mr. B.
E.arnhart .an j baby daughter oJ
Dayton were un a eveDing-
gue t of rela tiYe her".
Mr. Mr ' . Earl Wo lIard
and fami.ly left M t:1 ia f( r a
trip., thrqugh Wiscon in ' an 1
, ota. Th y will sp nd
Erwin Elli ' ,an i wif will he.
a\\ a y \1 their vacati . n thi '
week. Er.win Elli and wH 'will
go t.o outh Ca rolina and I-{?y
and, family will go t , the Ir-
ini a ky Line.
Bune of Let an n a honor
' gue t Mrs. Bunce received
many lovely little ift for
\v'hich h thank ,d each one Tn
her very charming manner.
After a plea ant afternoon,
refreshments of ice cr.eam,' cak
and coffee were servd.
The invited gue ts wer : Mr ' .
Jack Wills, Miss Dot Rainey,
Mrs. Martha Walker, Mr. Ge .
Walker, Miss Jane Walker,
. Mrs. perry Benton, Mr. Earl
Walker, Miss Barbara Walker,
,Miss Jane Moore, Miss Eleanor
Smith, Mrs. Harley Cartwr\ght,
Mrs. Nellie Moore, Mrs. Cliff ra
, Bogan, Miss Bonnie Bo an,
Miss " Cora Philh'ower, Mr.
Josephine Seastrom, Mr . MeL
. wood Eesley, Mr . David Kohl,
Mrs. Lillie Smith, 'Mrs. Marg
Rohr, Mrs. Lillie' Cassenbrock,
Miss Ida Mae Bunce, Mi s Ruth
Bunce, Mr . Grace Schuler, Mrs:
Helen Bunce, Mrs. George
Bunce, Mrs. Alice Hill, M!rs.
Don \ Bogan and Mrs. Thelma
Haywood.
MA,RRIAGE IS BEING

Announcement is' being mada
of marriage .of Mrs. Ruth
Morgan, daughter of Mr. and '
Mrs. Everett Early to Mr. Ray
Th invited guest at thi en-
joyable party were Mr . bert
Shaw, Mrs. D. R. mith, Mr'" .
Rqy Ellis, Mr. John Ker ey,
Mrs. ' Rhode Bunnell, Mrs. A.
E: Stout, Mrs. ,M. A. Fulker n,
Mrs. S. N. Keys, Mr , Mark
Rogers, Mrs, Alva Thompson,
Mrs. A: T. Polin ky and Mr .
H. F. Dye. \
A delicious luncheon was
served and t:tt e aft rnoon wa
devoted to cards,
Mr, and MrS. A. H. Earnhart
and Mr. LaMar Earnhart were
Sunday evening guests of Mr.
and Mr. 'Van Earnhart near
Lebanon. ,
Judge P. H. Tannehill ' of
Zanesville has been 'the guest
of his son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Furna .
Mr. and Mr. Beeman
Stewart, Mr. Harlan Earnhart
and Mr. Warren Sheehan left
on Sunday for Minocqua, Wis.
They will be accompanied
home by Mr. Don Rye, who has
the summer in camp
there. '
Mr. N wman ' Po\\' II an i
-children of alpari s , Ind. are
gue ts of Dr. Mar I Cook. Th y
were jojned during the w ek h, '
Mr. Po" ell for a fe w day .
Mr. and Mr .. Ha rold B. Earn-
hart and son and dau liter at-
tended the Frigidaire Mana e,.
ment picnic at Lake ide Park
on aturday ev
.
Mr. Geor e er f Day-
ton was a :fuesday and Wednes-
day guest of hi s brother -in-Ia w
and sister, Dr. and Mr A. E.
Stout and daughter. ,
Virginia Brown, Shirl y Ann
Sheniff, Barbara Dickensheets
and Mary Kathryn Mendenhall
attended TriState, Camp near
Chillocothe last week. Robert
VanZile, minister of the local
Church of Christ was in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor NickeL
vich of Mansfield were weekend
guests of Mr .. and Mrs. ' Orville
Gray and Jamily.
Those who called at Walter
Thompson's home at Stony-
brook on Sunday were Mr.
Clarence Reeder of New Car-
lisle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Blake. ' . '
The couple were' married
August : 13', at the Methodist
Church Chapel in .Phoenlx, Ariz.
Mr. Robert , little dau hter 'of
mother, Mrs. Jenni e' Planck and Lebanon, and ' Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. -Robert Servis and mother Avery Shrout qf Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Blake are at
'home at' 1505 ' East Brill St.,
Phoenix, Ariz.
left on Saturday mornin f Qr a
niost . interesting , vacation trip ,Mr. and Mrs. VI ... rnon Simp-
to 1'lew York and many other son and children are enjoying
, ' points. a few days in C(c!veland and
Nia ara Falls.
WEDDINC, SEPT 1 M J C H' ;t ....
N
' r. . ' . IseY., WllO I;) con-
AN OUNCED fined at Veteran's Hospital in
. Friends and relatives here Dayton is slowly improving and '
, .have received , invitations for expects' to be home soon.
the wedding ,of Miss Ernestine
, Earnhart, daughter of Mr. and Mr. 'Robert Tb0mas under-
' Mrs'. Ernest A. Earnhart, and went a serious operation . at the
Mr. James Wildman of Jackson Veteran's Administration hos-
at the home of the bride's par- pital during the past week and
ents on Monday evening, Sept. is recQvering very rapidly. ,
f. ' '. ,
LOCAL 4-H MEMBER IS
NAMED TO MODEL DRESS
AT STATE FAIR, AUGUST 28
Miss Ann -Rogers, member Of
Wayne Sew,-So Club wa
one of two girls from Warren
county cho en to , model her
dress at the Ohio Slate Fair on
Thursday, August 28. . ' .
Ann's projec,t was a dresS'-up
dress. She was al'so county WiIl-
ller jn 19.46 in a c'otton s
project
Mrs. Jess returned
to her , home during the past"
week after several weeks ill the
hospital as a result of the many
injuries which she received in
an auto accident.
Miss was
among th.e gyests at rhe wed-
ding of MISS' Donna Jean Geary
and Mr. Jack E. Young on Sat-
urday erening at the Blue Ball
Presbyterian Chu'rch. She also
was a guest at the reception
Mrs. Nel11e Bunnell ha,s re-
turned to her duties at t.he local
Post Office after a th ree weeks
. vacation.in Florida. In company
with her son, George Bunnen
and family, they visited Clear-
water, Ft. Lal.\derda,le and other
points in the state. Mrs.
reported the much
cooler and more com orta le' tn
Florida . than here.
Mr. ' Neil Smith, Miss Eleanor
Smith 'and Mr: George West-
dorp of St. Bernard; Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Benton and Terry
of Dayton; Mr. ana Mrs. C. H.
Smith of Cleves; Mr. ' and Mrs.
Davi'd Kohl and children of Mt.
Healthy were the 'Sunday din-
ner guests of Mr. a.nd Mrs. Del-
bert Conger. .
DRY RIDGE COLUMNIST
ON' VACATION IN EAST
A card was receive d from
our Dry corre'spo.ndtmt
. this week" posted in Marble-
,head, Mass. Some of the reader
th."t have been wonderln why
'which was held following '
ceremony, at ft\e home of the
bride' parents.
LIV, ESTOCK
TRUCKING.
, the column ' has not appeared
for the past two weeks wiU now
realize that the writ.er is, enjoy-
ing herself 'in the cqol ea air
of the north Atlantic coast . .
She promises a I tter tellin it
about her trip in a 'future 'issue.
Miss Wilma Dibert and Gor.
don Beck, spent_ unday with
Raytynn Crab' ;e:-
Mrs. H. L. Rye is slowly im-
proving , at Valley hos-
pital, after bein'g confined tnere
in a very erious condition fOr
the, past few weeKs.
Miss t
re.turned to her home on Sun.
day, after spending a few w eTc
in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Hart-
sock have returned after spend-
ing a few day in Virginia and
West Vlr inia.
. ,
TO CINCINNATI
on
Tuesdays & , Friday.s
Will pick-up Istock at
your farm
M. H. HOPKINS
, 2
1
955
WAYNESVILLf , OHIO
ome time with Mr. and Mr.
Max I-{an all at R iwo d
Mjnn. Mr. Randall , wa the f r-
mer ,mini st r of the Wayne-
viII Church of Chri 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson
family of Dayton' Mr. ami
Mr . Chester Bogan and fam-
ily of New P,ads; Mr. and Mr .
Carl E. Bauer arid family of
Fayette; Mr: and Mr. Fl oyd
and family, Mr. and Mr .
Walter Friend and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Ey rett Bogan, all
of Waynesville 'spent unday
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Boagn of Wellman.
\
Mr. and Mrs. Mac" Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. Oltver Jacob 'and
son, Mr. and, Mrs. Harold Shutts
and fami"ly spent an
ev.ening, Thursday at Jacob
, Park, honoring Mr. and Mr.
Shutts' wedding anniver ary
and Mrs. Shutts' birthday.
BIRTH ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs'. Herbert 'Fair-
child are announcing the ,birth
of their daughter, ,.Rita Rae, on
,Aug. 16.
. sorry to hear of
the death of Mrs. Sarah. Snell.
She resided in the Wellman
community for many years be-
fore she moved ' to Dayton,
three years ago.
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Mrs. Pridlla Compton, Misses
Irma Fires ariCl Rutb Burnett
and Mrs. Eva Burnett were
Sunday guests of Miss M'inni ...
Dav!s in Da,yton,
. R. B. P ters received w r j of
th d at h of hi s br ther, Lee ,
Peter of aint Ooud, Fl a., wh
. died w:i.th a heart atta k. R. B.
Pet rs and his brot her, E.mory
of Caesars Creek and a n phew',
Hardin Peter an.d Ru el Doan
are driving through to Saint
Cloud for the
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mauri ce
and Butch of Dayton and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Maurice wer
unday dinner gue t f Cila .
Maurice and wife.
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HOURS:
9-12 each morning
1;'6 afternoons except
Wednesday
7-9 Saturday evening
Other evenings by
Appointment
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Miami Gaz .tte
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. [Jepjonal nOlej
Mr. and Mr ' . Je P n
entertain'ed the former' m ther
and fafher, al ' o hrother an I
L tel' at Jacob Park, Friday
evening.
\
caller'
ily.
f Ra Mainou' and (am- Mr. and M"r .' eha rl e " 'ind-
ler left M n 1a y f r ;a va ' ;:I ti on
, trip thr uih t1i' uth rn . 'c::;.
Mr and Mr . K n McCallum . Mr . Georg Wat i-11 nu e' and
of Lebanon were Thur- da cal, on call d il Mr -. Lui ' fite,
leTS of Girdon Bacon an j f am- W dne:i a aftern n.

,The unda,y ho I will
Mr .. and Mrs. Henry hold their. annual pieinc next
torr of K. have Sunday, Au . 24, at Ft. An ient.
Mi Judith ' chuler of Leba- be h h U' gu, t , thi ' 'Week f They will leave the. hur 11 at.
non is pending the w ek with their and , Mr. ,and 10:30. Games, conte L an j
her fafher, Mr. Arthur hul er . Mr " Jes e Pennm ton and music are plann d I y the c Ol-
and grandmbther Mrs. Grace Danny, ,and Mr. and Mrs. Frank mittee in char e, namely: Mrs.
Schuler.' Pennirt O' ton famiiy. Mary Bunnell" Mr. Ola Pur-
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Gc: sley, Miss Patricia \Vink"
Mr. and Mrs'. Fred Hook aIlLi
Mrs. Howard Ge samon . of
Dayton called on Mr. Frank
Hook of Wilmington, who is
very ill.
Raymond L e Bauer pent
Ja t \\1 k with ili ran par-
ents' Mr, anj Mr_, Chas .. B . an.
cf V\ ellman.
Mr and M I' Pram.:! r nt
,X'eriia and Mr.' an t 'M r. . t n
Soil L ' f " l'ri n,l,' \ al ley wa c
Saturda . art ern n caIl of
the Cha. h pherd family.
Mi ' , Jo eal ,r
the \ ekend with her grand-
par nt Mr. and Mr. Frank
Beal in Leban 11.
Mrs. ' Martha FleW ry and
Mr . Conrad Mainous of Ham.
ilton spent last week with Mrs.
Ray Mainous,
and Mayor and Mrs. Carl13rown Saylor and Don Baird.
left Saturday for a week' , fi h- Miss Suzanne Harlan return-
'ing trip in Indiana. . ed last week ' from' the Gi rl
Mr . Emma Kline and daugh. Scout Can'lp "Whip-p or-Will
tel', Mrs: Ruby'Stump are pend- Hills" near Morrow.
in a , fe\y da h re as hou e_ Mr. and Mrs. Claude ,Rig, '
gue ts f Mrs. Kline' ist er, returned to' their home in Da -
Mr . Osee Harlan. ton, Tuesday after p
Mr. and Mr . Hugh S. Vance several days with Mr. an j ' Mr ' .
are pending a few day at their Wilbur Elark. Mr. and Mr ' . C.
c untry home near town. W.' Younce of Dayton were als
Mrs. ' Alice Urton ha ' return. Sunday ' and evening
ed t.o her home. here following guests at the Clark hom "
a visit with her brother and . Mrs. Gertrude 0 wald . was
ister .in-Ia w, Mr. and M W. hostess at a dinner part y in
. Z. Drake of Blanchester. Dayton, Tuesday evenIng.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beckett, Guests from here were Mr. and
Sr. and son of Franklin 'vere Mrs. H. A. Steinke, James
weekend' house guests of Mr. Steinke and Wa'lter Burdine.
Beckett's parent, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Amo Cook of
Ben Beckett. ' . near , Waynesville were Sunday
Mr. and;. Mrs. Lawrence aft rnoon guests 'of Mrs. Marg:
H ugh had as their house aret Johns and Paul Johns.
guest for the last two weeks, H'arold Steinke wa a
their son, CpJ. Harold Hough of- luncheon guest in the hpme of
San Antonio, Texas. A dinner Mrs. Charles Keller of Harvard
guest at their hQme, Wednes- boulevard in Dayton on Tue-
MLs Grova Peter of Dayt n day was Miss Jo Ann Bryan. day. ' .
. js spending her va ati n wi. h . Mrs. Mary Tucker. was host- Mrs. Lulu Githens of Dayton
her R. B." Peter and" ess to the WSCS at her country . is visiting her son and .wife, Mr .
wife. h me, Thursday afterno,on. . and .Mrs. Everett Githens at
The Annual Mance Reunion their country h.ome near Lyne.
Grandma hin 'Ie i vi i tin
h riter, Mr. Anna McGinn.s
in Dayton a fe'w:da s.
, Mr. lind -M-rs,. Orlando Haney
of Xenia' wer:e 'callers of Mr. a'n'1
' ,Mrs. Fred Hook, FridaY.
Miss Barbara Walk r of
Miami Valley hospital spent
Wedne day and Thursday at
her home here. '
Mr. and Mr . Rufti Watkin
spent Sunday at the home of
their daughter. in Dayton.
was held at the High Schoql Mrs. Paul Shipley . enterta.in-
gymna ium, Saturday. ed the Lylle Card Club at her
The Graham family reunion home Thursday afternoon '
was held Sunday at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Clark
Mrs. A. S. Collett. . and son Dickie of Dayton spent
Mr. Frank MacCarren' pur- Friday evening with Mr. '
chased Madden Homestead Mrs. Wilbur Clark prior to
on Main street at a public .. leavin'g for a trip through Can-
1ion c ' du-cted Saturday 15y lh-e ada. .
Bailey-Murphy Co. Wilmington. Mr. Guy Routzahn moved
Miss Ann Williams spent the last week from the a,t
week as house, guest of her Lytle Hall to' hIS new I U1ldmg
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. on thi! rear of his lot. . Mr. W1IL
S. Tucker, while her parent, iam Pennington is now lecated ,
Mr. and Mrs. RiChard William in the ,Hall garage. .
\Vere vacationing ' in Michigan. 'Mr.s . . Harola Steinke, 'Nn '
Mr. William of Germaine Marqui and Mis'
l.ondon, Ohio spent the AlmGtta Steinke, were Cincio-
. -
I ft T u d a .\' morn i 11g f ' r a V' l,
ati n trip t, tl L , m Ik y Mt .
, Mr, an'1Mr.L ' l ic' rt'i ani
hlliren weI' h st, to the re-
uni n f th GrJ ' r.tmili at
th ir countr heine, un ja .
There were -f rt y pre' ' nt.
Mr. and Mr . E erett Githcn -
and Mr. Lulu Gith n wert:
Tue" ay evenino' L' U 'st , f Mr.
an:i M r ; Walt I' Kenrick.
Mi Almett a teinke in
mpany \vith friend fr om
Da ton, enj o. d a i eli ght f ul
trip thr u!Yh the Cumberlail j
m untain and i O' ht- "eein at
NorTi Dam, T nn. during the'
pa t week.
Mr. and Mr . L well Th rna
and dau<Yhter, Mi B tt and
Mr. Bill Rickey left Tuesda f r
t. Mary' Lake' at C lina f r a
two week's fishin trip. . ,
Mr. 'and Mr. Alfr j Ra nake
entertain d t a famil y dinner,
unda . The 'ue t wer Mr ,.
Roy Puckett and daughler f
Detroit, Mr. an j Mr ' . Charl,e'
Belcher and daugbt r f near
CenterviIle,- Mr. Ralph Bel .
and daught r of Waynes-
ville, . Mr. Mr . Henry B, t-
cher and Miss Vir inia Belcher
of near Utica.
Mr. and Mr . E. B. Lon Yacr e,
, Mrs. Ca sie Hardy and Ernest
Foulk jed th Foulk
Reunion., Sunday 'at the home
' of Mr. and Mrs. Le t r Deitz
near Cincinnati. '
Mr. and Mr '. Ralph Dnl f
Spriri g Valley and Mrs. Emer-
son Dill attended th McPher.
son School ' Picnic which wa
held unday at Shawnee Park
in Xenia.
r
T Ul' :l a. after ' \1 iing tlie past
week with in Highland,
III. and t , L ui , M .
Mr. and Mr:. Martin ' pent
the w eKen , -ith Mr. ant rs .
C. L. Ary.
. Wilfred Ar p. nt Thur jay
, with hi paren. 1 Mr. and Mr .
Corwin Ary.
and Mr -. Wilfr d Ary ,
and' dauo' ht rand Mr. 'and Mrs.
Kent Ar ' pent aturday with.
and Mr, anj Mr. Walker at
E ton.
LIGHTEN WORK
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AN D LENGTH EN
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To make the most of summer fun,
put pleasure' before the unpleasant
business of cleanli ng and pressing
clothing and household articles.
Our convenient and . dependabre
cleaning service will gjve you
more time to indulge yourself in
those things that make you re'ally .
Ii\!e, instead of merely
, Mrs. Emerson Dill f M t.
Holly ,returned to her home 1a t
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Blacktop Drirveways.
Road Oil a 'nd Ta'r A p p Ii ed
Resurfacing and Recoating
' F R E E EST1MATES
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26 Oakwood Avenue LEBANON, OHIO Phone
Mrs. Donald Ehis, Mrs. Roy
Reynolds and Mrs. Charle R.
business trip to '
Dayton, Monday.
end as the, houseg,uest of hiS son nati v.isitol's, Monday.
and Mr. : and Bobby Pursley;
M,rs. Herschel Hildl!rbrecht and and Mrs. Vernon PurSley had
, 'sons. . " his tonsils removed, Tue day '
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bunce .' M.r.' and Mrs. Dave Elbon ,of at Bfair hospital, Lehanon. ,
]lave return.ed ,from' their Morrow callea on Mrs. , Sixteen Grange meml ,er ...
moon which they. spent 111 , hpother.in-Iaw and sister, Mr. from, here atten,ded the Gran 'e
Kentucky and Northern Ohio. . and Mrs. Ben', Beckett, Saturday picniC ,at Smith's Park
evening. r Waynesville, Saturdayevenmg.
ortand Holmes and , family
attended the' Holmes reunion at
the , Eldon Holmes home near
, Sabina, Sunday.
Mr. Clifford Doster has been . The ,Friendship Class of
released Hospital Lytle Sunday School held ,their
in Dayton and' returned to his ,regular Monday ev n-
home in Sprin,gfield. ing at t.he home of the
MisL Mildred Chambers has Mrs. Vernon PurSley.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mainous, of moved to Lebanon, where she Mr. and Mrs. Everett Early
Dayton Friday afternoon is employed. ' returned home Sat':lrday after
ON WINGS THAT SING"":" ON WINGS THAT, D'ANCE ,a .week's vacation at Petoskey,
. ' k d l'f ' . th t . MIch. ' ,
1 se,e a' n1'o e,rn I e wmgs .. a stng, , ' Mr. and .Mrs.' W'illiam .P.en ..
I seek a modern hfe 0'n wmgs that Qance, . nihgton and family ,entertainelt
I I romance, I. seek romance several ' relatives to dinner,
" . On wlIlgs that smg - on wm,gs that dance. Thursday .evening in honor at
CHORUS- . .' the former's parent, from
I forget the day. I. forget. just what I play.. Richmond, Ky.
I flyaway WIth you; we fly. from VIew, Mr. and Mrs. T'herle Jane
I seek I ro"?ance; I seek and Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Shipley
Alone With you; on wmgs we play; on wmgs . ,
, , that sing; on wings that dance dn trial of the use of air.
in all the starlight's view we promised we'd. be true. planes in dusting Ohio torina-
It's our romance; It's QUI' romance; It's our rom-.lnce. the increase in
We drop down thru a silver spoon fruit due to dustin.g w'as two- '
As we leave that midnight silver moon tons per acre, The 'same dust-
On wings that sing; oq wings that dance. ing materials applied with com-
Coyright 1947 by Stanford Bogen, Morrow, Ohio man equipment on. the ground
Demand this SG-ng from yow: music de;Jler, also a record. De- produced a little greater In-
martd to bear it over radio, be sure and give its proper title ana crease in tomato yieTlfs than ir-
whom .by. State by Stanford. Bogen, Morrow, Ohio. plane d,llsting did. '

Leslie B. Rothman
LEBANON, otlIo RVRAL ROUTE NO. 2

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YOU CAN EXCUSE
THE CHINAMEN
rep riel' f . r the Chri ,tian
icn 'M n t r t 11 - {f thr c!
- Chin wire rkc j f r -I x
year - in , Cuba unjer the pm.
te ,tion of th 't 'nitel1 , tate I
.arnil1g' a 1111 a-rativ I y fabu
I u Am an ,' alary. '" h n
a, I{ d if the\' hact e\fer heard
of dem ra' v, th 'y I ke 1
hlank . . H til n a k d 'them
F.a
' I-rly' FamI-lI-ar c'qu l tc j t 1 P/'( e d a.gain ' t wheth I' ,they had e r h ard f
the a ... n i ' a 'eU- .d. C mmlini ni. Th y an ' \\,ercl1
b)' EFFELDEE Th a ' n i e nam d in Iy enthu ia ti all y in th affirma.
, . in e th in til ap- til' > . . I uiJIi ' H <tlt h rVI e, "Furt herm . rl:: " the I'ep r t-
pointment ,f a' Fir hief f or t1l" "ri De ar tment , I' ai I "they all th li ght the
Wa 'llesvill mam' hav said an th Bureau f ' Re :.n h would Plef r li ving' under th"
"wh ",ill 1:1 k cha. rg '\ in a ' e an j tati ti c of the ial C mmuhi. t in n rthern China
of a fi r'l: ?" Not ha in!:?: th ful l curit y Bard. The l ast. th, on their return 11 me.'
fa t PI' -enl ' :\ it i a It repo'rt' ny' , wa re' p i1 ' ihl have: read alout C I11l11uni sm,
'q'ue ti on tt a k, Pul Ii it)' \\-a_' f r m -t ' f the propaganda lit n ver ha v heari r r a i
giv 11 , t til re ,i rr ning of the mate/rial. So- alled "health ahout the ,emocrati wa y oj
form r Chief d tilndif rd hut work hop" ' ,w re hel d in ,tw life und I' whi h Hley are Irvin!?,'
n ttl 'ial ami - i n ,has h n mi i ., \\ t rn iti, "Iargel happil . . , Lik' the' I' t , f u '"
made at ,t o \\ h the ne, Chief ' finan ej ' with F :leral f Ul1Li, th tllk f or ' d Am rican
i , Hea.r a name Bill Bradl. l.. a ,ke nTOUp n th g v denlO ra ." t '
a t h n vi h ad h li tin h h a 5 m n t p a TO 11 \\ h u j t 11 The g' vern m n t f t 11 ' , .
n t ft1 iall a e th p i . , workshop method f di u Ion In fun ti ne i till' U 'h th
tion nor ha h oft! ' iall r fu ' to subtly generate public senti. ar f r n ' purp e- , t
ed it, it d I a v til matter ment in behalf f- i ali cd PI' the di o' nity an j fre ! m
up.in-the.air far (t the g o. medicine." In conclu, i 11', the of it citizen.. 'Indi vHw'l.1
ral pu Ii i , 11 rnd. In ,.report further tat d that initiative and n eav r built th ...
peaking with, a ftIcial "kn wn cOl11muni Land f 11 w ec nomy whi h maKe thi typ
it wa I arn d there i n dan- travel er within til Federal f government ' _, ibl e and
gel' of a la k f efhciellc), in ca agencies are ' at \Vork di1i!)' ntl )' k ep it. p ratinf cffe' ti el .
f fir , h \\ v I' sin Che ter \\ ith ral fund in further- Yet, in th ' la. t deca je and a
Car , ' A i ' tant Fir Chi fiance of the M sc \ party lin.... half, there ha I' e n a lear
in li arRe in the ah ence of a ' in thi r n'ard.'" . trend in the dir cti n ,f g j'n_
Chief. At ,C. P. , J Y Chi f of 0 grave a char " e , a thi m nt "netshi'P )f indu tr. -
Police ha authorit to tak mu t e o'iv n th thr . ugh C mill u n i 111. Tw Ililt' n
ver in th , ab nce of a pr per inv ti gati n. Ther cah be n dollar ' hay. be 'pent' to
head of the firefi ,ht r . Jt m, po i ,Ie xcu e f or usin the e tablish R ve.rnnl1 nt in' the
that the VilIa&e is ampl pro. I r ' mon and , tax- busine f gel1 rating- and
tected in c'a f fire through up rted ' :overnm ntal a ' 'n. di tril1uting Ie trii r w I' u-
the arran em nL n ' w in effect, cie ' f .r pr agan ja eith I' f r Jone, in t ax- xem t mpeti ti on
but, the fif'htino' f a fire i m r or against an propo ed law. with the inve t 1'-0",/11 j tax-
or Jes li ' l ocking th ta lk The 'offen e is made wor e b paying lectri indu tr . A'
a,fter I the , h r ha , e'cape(T. the fact that socialized me icin'e great . h dr .el dri stem' i
Fi r i far m rim is alien to every ' Ameri can: prop ed, for the Mi uri and
than 11 . a fir . R - principl e of g'Qvernment, and i - Mi s is ippi river" , wit h n
gardl s of 11 0 \\ mail th fi re ' a communist 'concept. m nti on of it effect on exi tin
ma be it j I otmd t o d orne " Boring from within'" tactic private utili t i s irl th' two
damage. Al 0 , ,small fire alway of the kind charged are- the valle s.
pre e d n , I t i ' quit ' m t eff dive weapon II e j by uch prop nl b m n '11
doubtful if anyone at ' pr. nt, those wh wish t e- h ill rnm nt e h the holI ow.
tre ' thi p int, lik f rmer totalitarian gOY 'rnrll nt , here. ne f the thr Chin e \Vh
CI,i f tandif rd. Hi effort lived under dem cl'ncy in ,Cuba
were con taMl y t ward the I:. BURNING A but didtl't kno\ what it wa .
I' ction of conditi on that pre. BILLION DOLLARS If this nation i t o urvive
vented fire from happe!1ing. A Frank' A. Chri ten n, t re L ' as a land of lih rty, th g vern
Fire Chi ef that command a dent of the National Board of ment cannot go 111 xpanding
fir fi ghtin0' groLip rnthe que\ ch. , Fir 'Und rwriter , recently said jn fields that are the province
ill f a sp ctacular fir and per- that about a year ago he pre. of the private citizen.
hap the avin ' f f1' in dicted that direct waste by fire 1
llurnin o buildill become a mi ght , xceea. the . WHO? WHO? "'HO?
11ero in the si ght f tho e who sum of $1,000,000,000 ' a year It is no secret that many f
witness sueh a c 11 H by 1953 - if the American the Democratic Party trate.
the Chi' f that quietly goes people did not fight it with gi b are' very eriou Iy con-
about preventiil fir i th un- every re ourc , at , their com. cerned
1
' as they I ok ,t owClrd
ung hearo that is I ok d upon mand. ' the 1948 gener_<;tLerection, ,with
a only a simpl. 1 hat forecast., be , continued, now' ,to ' I' concile Pr'esident
becau e no fires 'Ccur. S veral wrong by about-three year. Truman recent I:' cord with
incident of unne'ce,sary and If- the recent rate ' qf increa G hi s past po iti on , and with, the
d::l11'g: r II chane in the hurn- cOlltinues, w will cross the bil- views of a large p of
ing of trash a'dja ' nt t bui,l d.' lionoollar mark by April, 1950. the Party' s repres ' ntati on in
ings ha been n ti eed l.ately. J Never in our hi tory wa the .
thi s a in ' of I,axnes on the fir 0 grave. In '194 1, The primar y reconcillati n
part of fire pI' vention mea ur. the l os wa $300,000,000. In involve la,bor' pi !i cy. 1n ' his
e ? I 'it po _,ibl e t hat thrC)ugh the twelve nlonths ' endin (f la, t veto f the TaftHartl ey Bill,
th failure f al rtne in th e April, the' 10 s wa more than the PI' id nt den uncei it in
, mea ure - we may twice a: great-.- $.616,000,0 O. l im t ev T) parti cular, Yet,
view, thi ' could have .'ll1 ull-
f rtunat effect .on arh unit y.
CIa e t hal f f the D inL ra't
i n C n 1" , ot d to rrul
the vet o of the lab I' iII. Ina' .
mu h a M r. TrLll11 'lll ai1d h
fit ) ,' l e:l i r 1I j eery \\' ap n
at tbeir mman:l in an ff rt
t ' se ure n )ug; h y t to u -
tain th vet ,that wa.- it :cv.:r '
defeat J r the i mini t ratinn.
It ileal" that Mr. Truman"
grip n tIl ' rei n of party ' (I n
t rol i not a fi I'm a \vas , th .. .
latc Pr id nt R e Thi
thought i a t onic t the R .
publican, who e.. onfiden e f '
victor' n xt y ,ar ha ' Cl(l'ain n.
ter d a bull-mark't pha ' e,
Mr, Truman's vet , f the ta :.:
iJill wa u_tai ned, '\ tit the
mar 'in \Va er J -the
House vot d to ' v rri j , and
he wa uphel d in th , nate by
nly a han iful f -ot '. Further-
mOl'e \.) til within an j with ut
the D m rati Part., th r ;5
a strong feelin r that hi : to
was ba ed on the \\ rnng' ,
gr und . He lai] all t il 'l re '
The Miami Gazdt
ne ville, hi o,
Th,ur day. All ,!;'ll ' t
- BEGINNING 'SEPT. 2, 1947
WE ARE PAYING
FOR GOVERNMENT
TERMINAL LEAVE BONDS
Th , on 5 are a dire t ,
bliO'ation f the Federal
Gov rnm nt an i it i n t
ne 'ar t a -h them at
t hi time,
I f P ' si llle- we urge 1I
t h l:l l h 111 f L) j. i n y t-
,ment.
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You aOUl you're sale when you're insured in the Ohio Farm'us'
,K'arl D. Dakin Insurance Agency

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I I I
n In " he flelel n
BIG, .
Maximum ,Ie lei-bot!) quantity and f
quality. wise-is what makes sU,ccess
ful farmers. It is significant note
that' during the past 20 years more
and more of these successful farmers
are using BIG M' Brand Fertilizen.
"Best in' the 'field" is our way"of
,saying that you can't use a finer
fertili,%er for all field crops than free-
,flowing BIG, M-always manufac-
up 'to standards, never dowo
to price. Best buy BIG M I
The MIami Pertm .. ei-
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pendent Miami Va11C!7
eoncem under direct
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Order now hom your for fan. ,
, " I O"ICI IN DAnON, OHIO
The Miami Company .ACtORY. IN .
I
I. fac i wi th l\. di a terou fir ? Worse sti.l\" death b fir, ha - the nati onal railroad
\i\ 'e hav, much to h thankful followed the trend, and the toll trik p f ' about a 3ar a(Y , 'Mr., .
for in the past fe\\ year in not ha teadily risen. Truman apr are j I ef r Con-

tastiest
treat!
having a ri u fire il1 the f ll:ce The organization and in ii- gre and a' k d t"a ' ag . f a
of the fact that man fire haz- viduals wli ose bu iri es it i to 'bill which, in man, '" a " wa
ards ' ar ever p'res lit with ol d prevent fir.e and t o educate the stiffer than , the Taft.-HartI y'
, buildin , antique v, irin ", etc:, public, doing a fi ne j b. measur .
, , an:l it i t o er ne inter t Thei( efforts have been double This has r " ulted in a rMher
that a cOlrtant vlli ganc ' be the , and redoubl ed. But til y caR t ev Ilopt: meryt. At
watchword, ' g 't re ults w'ithout a f ar gr ater ' that time, he hi.: a of ne 'f
THE, PARTY LINE,
The , Fe nt I' p rt of the
H use Exp nci ilure-
\V hi h state that . i x F. d ral
a 'en ic have he n guilt ' f
ilI e(Yal propaga.nda activities in
behalf f compul 'ory health
may prnv to be a
docum nt of t nati onal
<.:: '
imp )rt:1nce. ' I' he I' port
unani m HI Iy' appr , v d 1 ' all
of the an j
the Ju 'ti 'e D 'part ment has been
mea ure f public un jer the majfyr ,broth r-
ing and cooperation than the hoods annourice llhat he w uld ,
haye been given far. Fin;' . lhe entire.: mifl ll treLury,
preventi n lit rally b gin.: at if ne , e, to t -.:J a sure Mr.
-in ery hou e, in ever. Truman ddca, ihrJull he run
stor and omm reial build ill " , again. T day th fie has been a
on ' v ry farm. Every family ' complete! reVl.! r of I otic. '
Il1U t bec me, in effect, i l fir The hig union ' , which are out
preventi n agency, if the loll i ' to ' eelll' thl! (I mplet r 'P al-
t o)J hcckcd. That is fjre" n t revi inn- of till Taft- Hart .
grt::l t challenge to the A'meri an 'fey Bot}; are all f Ir r: Truman,
p ople- a ehallen ,has an i co I ' id 'rj meet-
attain d, a ,. htu:, of an em"r - in "S In hL l'ehaH.
t o-iay" ' From the p{ Ii cal JlIIi n t Ii f
Real (ream:, for Coffee and Desserts
Thfi!re's nothing that will tQke the place of genuine
fresh cream I Its richness completes the flavo', ,
. . ,
of good coffee .. , . . makes fruits and ceteals
so much better I let your .,Borden milkman bring you
fresh cream regularly . or ask for Borden's cream
at your neighborhood.
7iorrltllS '
; ',' I FIT'S B 0 ROE N 'S - I GOT TO BEG 0 0 0 !': ,
Dayton Phone HE1275 - Local Phone 2552

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,Pao'
Gazette
,
It i eli ved ertain that next
e:lr, Mr.' will prop
a ttJ,'x reduction , m SLir. f hi '
\\' 11 , \\ hi 11 ",i ll invol ve r l a-
t i vely large re:ill n f H the
taxpa, er an j v I'V smart ..
redu tion ' f r th l arg'e
pu_ r. Thi w uld h" in lin
with hi lal r p Ii Yl in that it
waul j Lippa dl y appeal to tIle
rn a: f tht: v ters, A tiP
statistic _how, Mr. Trunan
cannot h' re 1 t d unle he i
" able t o keep th te {the
great indu trial c nt rs which
M r, ' Ron velt f ull y
btained and ' hel i during ' hi
entir ' pl' . si j nc. ' in tl1 \ Vhite
Hou e. Thi fa t ' plain many
current Truman p lici s,
, far a part. unity .i c n-
cerned, the R publ ican made
an excell ent r cord in the l a t
C n re. en at ' I' Taft and
p ak r f the Hou e ' Marti'n
were prima rit r p n ibI f or
that. Defection n maj r -
lation were I' rnarkabl fe,\, and
1n th-e - nat ,hear- nariimilt
was, pbtained 11 hoth the l a or
and ,tax bill. , H w ver; R-
publi can campai 'n ffort 'will
be p.r well r trict d until it
i known who th candidate i
to be. The 'Fa ft an i Dewe
f rc ' hav ' g-irded fr an an-
out and mere is g'rawing
bitterne s in pr -Taft circl es,
because of Gove.moi' D wey's
almo t ' campI te avoidance of
controver iat d mestic i Me.
The possibility t hat th s h\ 0
leadin candidat ay. knock
sid r-
, and the increa ,ing' n
<) f G, n r a I Ei enho\\ e'r' .
chances fQr the nominati on may
be, an indi cat ion f thinR t
come.
Henry Wallace ha inti icated
t hat he might agr e to head a
third pal' ty. 'fhi woul d be quit
a trick, in view f the compl e
lecti Oll' , law i'll the vari ous
states. But third parties liav
entered the field bef re, .and it
could ' happei1' a ':lin, V\
v te Mr, Wallace got, wouI.i,
. f coure, be at the ext n e of
t h Democrats. He is, 'at pre nt
the idol f the l eft-'wing and of
the "appea e-Russia" gTOUp.
, uch puhlication a the iaity '
orker never tir of ' ill 'ing
i pi'ai s . " But hi name ne'yer
ai, pear in the runninO' when
ublic opini on potls try to find
ut who the p opl e want for
resident. '
DDT has b en "effective in
he contro,1 of J apane e beet1 ...
Tarvae in Ohio Thr e different
ates of application', 25 pounds,
50 pounds, and 75 pound per
k re, were te ted. Even the 25-
pound rate produce:l a 100 per
kill when applied in Oct-
91 er',
IINICHARGE OF 1.947 YOUTH FAiR I
Jack fioulton Robert R. Fisher Huffman John J. Eowerso>
.
Eugene 'Neds Ctlarles Altizer Haudenschl1d . Wllliam MegS1 tt
COLUMBUS, 0., JULY 00 (SPECIAL)-Busy days are ahead for
these members of the Ohio State Youth Division Fair Board who are
planning the annual Youth Fair exhibit in with the State
Fair here August 23 to the 29th.
A record breaking number of exhibitors will be on hand this
year when there will be $24,000 in premiums offered. -
. , every organization of juvenile groups in Ohio will be
represented in the. Ohio State ,Youth Fair. Included are bQys and girls
from 4-H clubs; Bobby groups, Farmers School Gardens,
Juvenile Grange; F1uture Farmers of America, Home Economics Edu-
cation, lridustriarAif'" groups, Boy and Girl Scouts and Camp Girls.
The, board members and the divisir n they are in charge of are:
Eugene Neds, Westerville, hobby sho\, j John Junior Bowersox, Mt. Cory,
Farmers Charles ColumLus, School Gardens; Robert
R. Fisher, qarrol; Boys' 4-H dub; June Elizabeth, Boyd; Middleburg, ,'
Girls 4:.H club; George H. Haudenschild, Lakeville, Juv.enile Grange;
, William Meggitt, Green Spr!ngs, Future of America; Yvenna
Swank; West Milton. , Home Economics Educatibnj Roy Huffman,
Columbus, Industrial Arts; Jack Moulton, Lucasville, Boy
Mercedes McCullough, Columbus, Girl ScC;>uts; and Patricia Dell, Galena.
' Camn Fi'rQ Gil-hI.
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SOFTBALL
- hoi jer in the League,
f I' a' arne Sunday evening 'l ,t
=:=-::-=-=--=' _ _ ____ 4..1ock.
SOFTBALL RESULTS A arne betw n Spring VaL..
Aug, 12: Mill r ' -, I e'l' 27 1 "Y Band \,yayne - ill B ys
Aug, 13: ' R xanna 4 H ha been ' t f r Frj 1a '
Au 1 4 F , j Pe';'I"" 0 A 22
. ' ', : I '- i.. Ll "
H\ y,S, ' Miller -'
ALL STAR RESULTS
ug:. 15: Dil ytt n F lin if V 5"
. All t:1l: 7
Aug. 17: Middlet \\ 11 l ei"' 7
All tar - (
"40" CLUB-NOTES
The "40" lui f \ \1 :lYI1C ville
were \\ inner in th g:am with
pring all ey un 1a v evenln)'
at 7: ' I The rc \\'a "
14 to 13 and in c thi ' \r. . il
loser tr at affair the J ' at men
had the pri il 'e of enj in ('0'
them el ve at the e; 'P ' n e f
the visitor.
FUTURE "40"CLUB GAME
Ralph , Ed nfiel i staie that
the' ''40'' Clti b ha b en mat h-
d a 'a in t Miller ' R taLli,am,
HOW THEY STAND
H >.n nna 13 5 7_2
I>e r's Inn 14 6 '700
Fairl 1'3 7 65 0
Ft. ri ' '14 ' 636
Harv y 'burg' 5 1 217,
Mill I' ' Rest, 2 19 5
Ed,enfielj 'tat d th i' \\' 'ek
that a Cur will I a wad i i O
til L a 'U' \\'inn 'L. and a t1fay-
ff pri ze \\ill n t th"
winnin ' team,
FUTURE ALL STAR GAl\'_ES
Aug. __ : \ riR.'ht Fi e! \
..4 : Le
Au,' , _9 : Mi :idl t \Vn I'avarian
ll ' , t: Wilmin rt n
' pt. : Miami hun!, 111 ri 'an
gi on.
HALLMARK TYPEWRITER am-
bans now in sto!?k, 'The , Gazebte.
... --.. --.... -.
n ea v r to, k ep ur
complete and r
111 1 j'l"l1,
'STUBBS Funeral Home
TELEPHOl'iE 2291 WAYNESVILLE, O.
(l 'AS'R

Any make or model
Fred , Kahn Motor Car Co. '
...
by Jane Fite
l ov, to 'watch my former
music instructor, "Mrs. Edna
Compton direct h r sti l'- '
ring band. Th 'e kii s are lucky '
to helve the " II \\ ith th '
Bat ,n" t I ad an i teach th m,
, luo'e i my' i'jea of a m Llel nttT
city , its bank, i t' exceIlent
fOOd; appliances, hardware,
dep'artment t or " beauty a-
Ions, ,library, chool ystem-
to 'say nothing of its group of
tpve(y citizens- all on my J
hono'r li st.

COLuMBUS
All" . 2329. 1947

FOR
EVERYONE
lImiock alHl '.ul
Ify IIlIlblll
FI.It!, Cor .... , Or
aIId Dalrr
',oluets
Far", Machlno"
,. Y."" Adl,itl"
* *",
Wayne viIle it to h com-
plimented "for her ', ci'Vic r(L
gre with ,the addition of th"
ffOZ- n,lqc!<(!f ) , tem" The ViI-
One-fourth of th worki,ng
time of farmer 'is p nt in
duc;i,ng! food whi ch, is thrown
away before r achi'ng the c'on- '
,/ ..... umer. Th wa te on leafy veg-
etut1.e run a_ hi gh -as 43 per
cent. :
SHERWOOD Sales
-=====:::::::::::::::::=. and Service ==========
, ' PROMPT" ,EFFICIENT REPAIR
ON ALL MAKES OF
332 M
Representative for
MILK ,COOLERS
HOMt ,FREEZERS
LEBANON, OHIO
"ON THI'
, , A Great Show
nlaht, Aug. and every e"ening
t4.ereaflel' !he Fair clolee-Twcnty
outatanding entertainment group., auem
bled before in spark.
Un, melange of circu., rodeo,
hippodrome, 8tage and ballet acta; with
a finale or .maKJ:Ii.6cent ,fireworks.
THOMAS J. HEUERI'
Gover"or at 0"'0
f.lAJiIC '.UNSWORTH IDWIN J. lATH
Ilricto, al A""cu"ul'ej ..... '_It Monai"
HO"'1 .pplian,.. '
,0 (ons.,,.lIo" alld
. Sdlnco o.hlblts
o Fino Arts and Cvl
turol .xhlblts
Park 'Ian Dane"
Frll Conurts b,
Ottlo loys' land
t ' Th. 'arM Lan.-
whlll you may lOt
Ohio" ... licad ..
lroa.,ast Show. .,
, ' Radio, $tan
t Midway RHI.. aM
Amus""KlII
., Horn... Rau,
Hight "ors. Show
ADMISSION AT GATE.
Adult. SO, plul 'F ,
la. Qlildren 25,
\
I
an0 fin! hin f luml r had t o"
/ bc III limit quantiti. ,th
Abol:lt t 1 thet:nter of the ettler in the rebuil di n y ofthf ir
hu-in ha j m v fr m bel w with Itl rge quantiti of
Miami t wad ' . \V ? j f, r fuel, hurnt
N rth tr et J 11n at tedh.. th ' lf bn k and bUlIt "rmanent
\\ alte f'lr d a part f It h m, " "'hi h \ ell prerv \I
t-:J .' I, Waba h quare, in I ) I t tc thl ia .
where it appe.aT h ha j a sic r: , A" til j h u,,' ht h I j
in 1 'I he bOll ht 1 t'N . I i1 t , '"uhtl 11 wa - bcll1g' us d
franklin qual'\; and for it 11tH 'I j m f r 11, .me I and
. t , r fears k t a "tt: r,e \' fJ .. tn 1 1110' "
him elf and l ater in partn r .:hi n \\', itmlntshlll g the wtl j
with Oa vi j Lint n. ,lm lit . "t m r an,d
A " arly a.s 1 I ) Davi ' IIf f, 1 j r mmunl-
Br \\' n built 'a hou e n ut Illt tl ' '5.. t II anj !J for,
4 anj kept a, tore. It app " lfS t IlvJnU' a,n etthn
lY
,j
tnat Jo eph B. Chapman k pt t o that ot a farm r or tore.
a tore n the corner f Main k per, manufact urer,
a'nd North treet wh re th , th ,ht! n \ a approa
Bank 11 w is, about 182 , H W1I' n 0 an. f 111
ame to Wayn ville in 1819. hi b-ook Bu h River -
Thi _ \ , a dry 'ood ' tore; one "Gon are th \V dland, far
til er \ a in town. John wal- ' and near
' Jow had a t ore in the old frame Gone the wild turk , the hear,
Aman building on treet the deer;
pri or t o 1 ) _3, "Th re wc;;re two ' Gone the pinnin wheel hum.
mithie" in the village, 1824, ming ood cheer, '
Mr. B'llntin r's and Mr. Kindle' s. G ne the brave Indian, phan-
Back of J. E. Janney' Drug tom of fear, '
(now Wayne ville Drug Gone the rude eabin and brave
' t ore) was Mr. SwiW potter pioneer." "
. hop, and just , aCrOSS 'Main "In 1827 the fir t line or
tre.et was Caleb ' Stratton's ' stage coaches was put on from
j ewelry tor and Corner Gro. Cincinnati to Springfield by
eery." John Satterthwaite of Wayn .
"At 'this time (1805) Joshua ' ville and William Worden of
Ward was the old brick . Many aI?using in. ,
corn r, the MIami , House, now cidents were related t .y travel-
the pr<?perty of (at ' ers about .. O',et out
thi time owned by J. Wilson pry the out 0f mud holes
Edward.s), and The walls of the with and drivers in-
brick mill were about to the" structmg them to hold on t o
square. My is that their rails as ther were other
Burwell, Goode was justioe of mud holes, ahead." ,
, the peace, and Samuel A of John Satter.
was constable and auctionc;,er. thwaite tells that the corn crib
Noah Harnes was 'P-O'st" masler. had to"'8ft raised so they could
The p.C;lrtiesat. that time get' the .coaches in overnight. '
cal}ed and The old ' farm were Joseph
erahst. The tall raGe h3:0 been Chapman now lives was a 'nu:sy
to !he present en- ' place 'when the old coaches and
trance of the fiver 'and the first and six horse team rolled in'
race bridge"had been built." eight Jlaulers, with ,their fou;
Noah Haines, who came to and six horse teams rolled in;
Waynesville in 1807,' beSides, for here' was one of the place
being a merchant was eatly ap- where they changed hors-es. It
pOinted Indian Commissioner; must have been a tatk to keep'
"his eld st daughter (Margaret) and have in readiness horses
said ,she could remember the and equipment to carryon, but
t pees 011' the hillside when the to boyish eyes; as related 'by my
Indians came to coUe,t their grandfather, "the stage coming
annual allowance." . He, like into Waynesvill e with four or
many other' settler " at different six horses at full peed, the
time owned large of land .driver , with his long ' whip ,and
in the eommun,ity. He di ed in lines tight and horn sounding
1834. _.. .,
, To Silas Whafton, who came
from Bucks County" Pa, in
,1 l 1 0 I tear y e , fS W I '.
debted for tneir fruit trees. He
ettled on a part of the' farm
where Will Graham now live.
Be ide some fruit trees, ' he
brought with him cions of
differ nt varieties for the im-
provement' of fruit i 11 this local-
'ity. Among varities of that time
were May DlJke and Bleeding
Heatt Cherries; Gteen Gage
and Yellow Gage Plum; Berg.
am Lmt ,and Seckel Pears; Early
R d and Harve t King Apples.
qay' look 'tells ' of nin ty
varieti s of appl es raised an
s Itt from hi nursery. '
"'In 1820 the town ,had in it
. frame," seven log,
., brick, and th ree brick and
frame dwelling hqu es; eleven
frame and fi,,:,e l ory hop " The
p pulati on numbered about two
hundre,d and twenty.five p r.
ons." As the communit can
tinue,d to ' increase, !Jetter habit.
ations were soug.hL An increas-
, ing number of brick Iiou e
w re built. The mQ.;t '
of whh,:h were ree angular an
o two tory, a large Chhl:wey in -
each e.nJ- with tWl ) fj' epiace_ at
eath chimney, one f) the ir,;t
fl nor and one (JO the 'eo.Jn .
\ \ :d- nn power but watl:! an
no 'ji"' ,I t. r saws" the ')awing
22. Thrill of a rootin', 23
, tootin' sho tin' western with
chills of mystery.
UNEXPECTED GUESTS
with William and Andy
Clyde. " ' Also: but
,laugIJs,. laughs that is, ,sQnL.:' '
IT's A JOKE, SON
with Kenny DebJaar as Senator

i
24 Rollicking comedy ,vith 25
romance that warms the heart
in this tune.filJed song-fest , of
fun. '
LOVE AND I:EARN
witl) Jack
Hutton, Martha Vickers J .....
Paige. Also:. News, Cartoon

27 The camera turns de. \ 2S'
tective, The screen's biggest
new thrill since sound pictures
began. Solve the mystery " our-
self. ' , .
. LADY IN THE LAKE ,
, tarring Robert MoDtgomery,
Audrey "['otter with . UOYCi
Nolan and Tom Tully.'
Added:' Color Carfoo,n:
..
lou j , .tn j. clear to heral i his
oming-, was that wa "
rand bey nd i cripti n, N
train of car in afl r years creat-
ed a much a jmiration a til
' tage ach.'
Havin relate f m' 'y inci-
jent in the life of John atter.
thwaite I think iit wel1 to say ,
that he was born June _8, 1786
in Bucks county, Pa., He was a
b y not satisfie j with the ever
'jay life fhi horne community
but' thirsting for adventur.
Earl in hi youth he came to
Wa n sville, SO)n after the
Lint n family in 18 2. By 1810,
when he was marri ed to Eliza-
beth Lini Qn, he had a tore on
treet. They Had seven
, cliildren, \\lho all .married, and
many resident ' of this com-
munit are th ir decendant.
Beside a ' tore keeper he wa ' ,
a cDntractor and builder, build-
ing many in the c rh-
munity. H was an active and
leading spirit of the community,
was ju tice of the peace m'o t
of the time' from 1813 to 1833;
having been disowned from the
Friends meeting during the war
df 1812 he joined the Ma onic
order and was one of the early
State, Masters. He died July 5,
1837.
, -
In 18:2 R ther e c ured ..
ration in the Fri ntL Mee ting
and' from thi on ,ther'
were two sod ties, th ne re:.
tainin the White Bri k' Met.
in (Y House wa kn wn a Hick
it,e and the ther, Orth dox, '
Until the /latter' built the R' j
Brick Meeting H us , in 1 'j 5
1836,they wor hipe j in the Id
log meeting bou e huilt in
1805. .
"In the ,y ar 182 8 r 1820
there wa some public ch 01
money f or U"C an i a mall
brick house wa built on the
(Yra vel knoll at ,the I w r e'nd
of Main treet. That \Va " thl!
, beginning of the pUl lie chool
ystem." . '
"In the arly pi oneer day f
' our history, every countr.
church had its gray yard and
very many f ur farm 'ha i
burial places on them ami'
ther , had individual 'rave '
scattered over them in ut . of
the way places.' In 1804 the
Friends stablished thelJ' buri al
ground; preyiou t that ther >
was no permanent burial
ground in the township_ Manv
of the early pioneer settler, a
weB ' as others have been laid
, to rest here. The ground i stil l
used ami is kept in a cr, ditabl
. - ..
condition by the Frie'nds Me L
ing,
" I n 1 8 3 3 , w hen N a r ci _;1
Go de, daughter of G,ain
Goode, died, father cau d
her t be uricd on hi own
farm, and oon after he e ,cu,t-
cd a deed for. a plot of land ad. '
j ining t and ,including- the
grave f hi daught er, t o be
u ed' a a hurial place f orev I'
and t b under the control f
th tru-tee ' of the Methodi t
Church of Wayne ville." Thi s
pI t of O' r und containing ahout
160 quar rods f . ituated
southea t of the chapel 'in'
Miailli cem tery.
Ohio normally ha a 154-
day growing eason; but ther
were ,168 day' between the l a t
"pring fro t and th fir t fall
frost in this in t 9,46.
WELDING
Portable-- Acetylene -Arc
BILJ, LEE
Waynesville Ice Plant
PHONE 2451
. L'EI AN ELECTRIC BLOW'II, HILP' ,YOU'
, - -y
.
sa v e' ,I b ,' .y e
so'it c a:w-
c '
CURE CORN ELECTRICALL r '11 rHI 11 ,
. WH.II,f rou' SEED WHfA 1 011 r "
, i
Early picking and drying minute per bushel doe$ the ___ - -+-,
, will let you safely crib com that would for best results, operate the fan
otherwise , be, fit .;>o1y. for ensilage 'or clear days when the temperature is
for earl" feeding. ' above SO degrees and the relative hu-
With any process, of curing, soft midiq is .65% or lower. In case com
,corn rec:luires: , ,. Clean ' and of high moisture content ,is not finished
the scre:nir:'g of shelled corn, silk, before winter, the !an may be run again
etc., that interferes with ventilation. in late or early. spring when the
, ' 2. Careful distribution ,in , the crib to temperature ,goes above 50 degrees F.
avoid pockets-of debris where spoilage With ,com of extremely high moisture
,
is likely to st,an. 3. Use of. the best ' conten ventilation with heated air
&\vailab14e' ventilation 'for ' cribs. sholteaS qme and
Forced'-alr Vent"aflon acts , unfavorable c9nditions
. '. . .
Saves Corn For additional mformation on, elee- '
Natural, forced-air ventiIa- , tric com drying, see
with an electric blower fan is most Agent, 'Vocational Agriculture
.atisfad:ory for drying corn with et or the Farm Representative of The
tare content of from 20 to ,28 percent. Daytot. , Power and ught
An air of 5 (0 10 cubic feet terriSg lOur neighborhood.
1.1 DATIO. POW.8. A LIGHI COMPA.Y '
, '
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N(, of )0
1947
, METHODIST CHURCH
R. 'B. Coleman. Minister
School 9 :30 a.m. ,
, J. J. Rurske, Supt. ,
War hip Service 10:30 a.in. '
, Youth Fellowship
Thursday, 7 :30 pm.
MT. HOLLY METHODIST
T. M. Scarff t Minister
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m,
E. A. Earnhart, Supt.
Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Evening Service 7,:30 p.m.
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ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
. Samuel N. Keys, Minister
7:30 a. m. , Ante-Communi Tl
10:00 a. m., M min Pray I'
BAND BOOSTERS NEXT
REGULAR MEETING AT
SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
The n xt r 'ular 111 tin of
Ban j B o-ter Cluh wil l h
he,l i at the Hi rr h Lh I a.u ii -
t ) rium, AAlg. 2'" ,1 47, a d_
in r to Wil li t-Iuntcr, pr ident.
H urrr e all m ' mber _ t h
pr a, there L hu-ine ' f
utmo ' t iinp rt ance to dis-
cu '
A h rt peri i f cntert:lin-
mcnt ha al ' o pr mi -e I.
NEWS PAGES NOW
MICROFILMED
The Ohio t ate Archae gi-
cal and Hi tori aJ ci et at
Columbu are now usincr tTl .!
microfilm 'p'ro ess f r rec rdi n, Y
newspaper fil e. -nli not only
sa ve space but al a pr erv -
the e records in a manner that
wiIl make them a vaihtbl at any
future dat. ince the w rk wis '
-tarted in .februar of thi s year,
more than five miles of film
ha been u 'ed in the work.
UTICA E. U.' B. CHURCH ..Each page ,of the n wspaper
Rev. A. J. Furstenberger is reduced in t o 1 inch by 1
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m. and 3/ 8 inches and it i P sibl e
Mrs .. James Garrison, Supt. , t o reco rd nearl y 1200 pages on
Preachmg. 1 st and 3rd Sundays one 10' foot roll of film.
each month 10 :30 a.m.
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FRIENDS
First Day School 9 :30 a.m;
Meeting for Worship
10:30 a.m.
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.ST. AUGUSTINE
,Father Krumholtz, Iriest
Mass 7:30a.m. and 9 :00 a.m.
FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST
'OF CHRIST , '
Ralph E: Stinson, Minister
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
' Youth Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
Adult Prayer Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
Evening Evangelistic Service
8:15 p.m.
A friendl y Church with a
Gospel Message ,
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WA\NESVILLE CHURCH
Robert L. VanZile, Minister
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
Communion 10:30 a.m.
Sermon 11 :00 a.m.
,Evening Service 8 :0'0 p.m.
nWj
REAL ES,TATE TRANFERS
POST OFFICE SIGNS NEW
THREE YEAR LEASE ON
PRESENT LOCATION
Le t r H. G rddn, l ocal Po t
Master r p , rt that a new I a t!
has been igned on the
. Post ORlce l ocati on for a three
ear period. The l ea contains
a 30 day cancellation , a
a protective mea ure a, ainst a
possible l o>v ring in rentals. He
states the policy of the Po t
ORice Departm nt is 'not to
give ten year l eases at thi s time.
A of July 1 the contract for
,carrying 'mail from Xenia. to
thi s Post Oftice and others in
the' vicinity changed hand, A
Mr. Hill from near X ni a is
now holder of the contract.
Margaret Edwards to Robert and
Dorothy Barnett 5 lots in Waynes-
ville.
BI'uce 'and Janie Gtouse, Mable
and aaymond Jones 'to Quentin
and Marjorie Culberson 28.S6 acres
in Washington and Harlan twps.
LaVerne Burton t o lJuanita and
Norman Harvey 63.99 acres in
Washington twp.
Matthew Nies t o Ivan Clarence
and Frances Lousettia Bryant 5.50
acres in Hamilton twp.
Euge! e and Alice Hamilton .to
John and Flora Roger lot ill
Franklin.
Har ry Mounfto Clyde and Mary
Loui e Bak l' .4 acr in Frank-
lin twp,
Jame and Olive imp. on' to
Freely and Elizabeth Alf n 2 lots
in Springboro.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Myron C. Wittmer, ,Franklin
.helnist. Rachel MclLane 33,
Franklin. ' ,
Charles Western, 29, Franklin,
tl1uck drive,. Butler, 28,
Franklin, mill worker. ,
Cecil Runyan, 34, Middletown,
life insurance special ag nt, Mary
Ellen Selby, 32, Franklin, nurse.
Arvie Abrams, 23, Germantown,
machinist, Pauline Back, 18,
Franklin, assembler.
Charles BUl'lile, 24, .Mason, buf-
fer, Dorothy Tucker, 17, Mason.
William StegemolIar, 33, Leb-
anon, ,farmer, Viola M. ' Oren, 19,
Morrow.
Karl B. Israel, 21, Lebanon,
bookkeeper, Doris E. Kupp, 19,
Lebanon.
NEW SUITS
Leonard Land vs. E::;tner Land,
minor, divorce, gross neglect of
duty, Flanagan and Cheney.
Ruth Hormel ,vs. Frank Hormel,
divorce, gross neglect of duty,
Young and Young.
Virginia Glackin Forney vs.
Lawrence 'Forney, divo'rce,' extreme
cruelty, gross neglect, C. Donald
Dilatush. ,
V. J. Wuerstl and Associates,
a partnership vs. Bert E. Bard,
money oniy, amount c1aime,q $970.-
SO with interest at 60/0 from Nov.
IS, 1946.
Irene Nichols vs. James F.
Nichols, divorce, extreme cruelty,
J. T. Riley.
COMl\10N PLEAS
Myra Webstel' v . Troy Webster,
defendant to pay plaintiff $40 ,due,
$10 per week until son starts to
sch,ool then $1,750 week.
Margaret Alice Coyle vs. Russell I
Wilbur Coyle, defendant to pay
plaintiff sum of $2.50 per week
for support of minor child.
Thomas vs. Norma Weis, hearing
set for Monday, August 18 at
11.
Harold Sortor et aI., vs. Bert ,
Edward Bard et aI., defendant
granted leave to withdraw his ans-
weI' and to plead fUl,ther.
Mary Sherwood vs. Roger
wood hearing set for Sept. 4 at 10.
Vivien Blair vs. Floyd Smith,
. et aI., defendant gien leave to
file motion forthwith.
In the matter of the sale by the
' Auditor of 'Wan-en Co., the real
property 'formerly belongi'ng ,to
"il iam " aHace, executor inven-
tory hC'aring et for August ?5 at
10. .
n i it i , n It n g \ 1'.. T \. \' : t () 1)
P und f lim are appl ied r er
1 U -quare f t anI one 11 1 't ';'
in hes '\ f new Iitt r i put 'er
I iTt'! e , Bot h lim ani n ' \V
Estate of arrie Vol .. Allen, dec'd,
Oliv Brace executrix filed appli-
cation f01' c Itificate of tran f r of
real estate.
Estate of Jphn heet. , dec'rl
Myr<;>n h ets and lola Wade, exec-
utors inventory hearing t for
August 2 at 10.
E tate of Adda H. Davi , dcc'd,
admini b'atoT to ell p ronal pro.
perty for cash.
Estate of Robert Wood, ,dec'd,
Julia Wood, administrator fil ed ap-
plic'ation for certificate of tran f l'
of real estate also filen fir t and
final account.
Estate of Daisy Whitaker, dec'd,
Joseph Mills, ex cutOI; filed first';
final and distributive account.
Estate of Lyle C. Milburn, dec'd
Richard Milburn, executor inven-
tory approved.
Estate of E. V. Barnhart, dec'd,
Catherine Barnhart, executrix: in-
ventory approved.
Estate"of Georgia F. MendimhaIl,
dec'd, 'gross value of estate is
$19,905.17.
Estate of Walter R. Clore, dec'd,
Stella Olore, filed
application for tran -
fer of t'eal estate.
Hydrated lim apr!i d t lit-
ter on th fl oor of l aying hou e'
will keep the litter In l etter
litt r 'an I e stilT j iilt ( Id
litter alreai in pIa ' . l ime
applicatiorys may he n ' e
ver tllr 'e t fi \\'\;; k .
h eh kt!d
-mall g'J':l. in
ybeil.n har-
CARD OF' THANKS
ak-
her , ,
IIi
I wi h t , expre '" m. ' in '
appreciati n t my frien i -' an:t
n igb r f r the card I 'ift and
fl W 1' - I rive j d'lJ'in,..:' , Ill _y
i kn
T I'um:ln \ :l.r i l ow
CUSTOM
BAILING
WANTED!
Bill Hisey
Rural Route No. 3
y! A YNESVILLE, OHIO
Established in 1 92
FOR FIFTY-FIVE YEARS THI
FUNERAL HOME
HAS OFFERED THE COMMUNITY
A COURTEOUS AND GENTEEL ,
SERVICE
McClure Fuueral Home
TELEPHONE 2111
'OUI Deale,
Edna Krohn to Veterans of For-
eign Wars or' the United States,
Morrow, Ohio post Nlgnber
two lots in Morrow.
DeCorsie and Callie Begley to
JO'hn , and Opal Elam 1 acre in
_ Franklin twp.
Charles Davidson, dec'd., which real , _ __ '----!--___ _ __;.___;_---
property has eschea ted to the
of Ohio, confirmation, deed,
The ' Little Miami Railroad Co.,
with release by the Pennsylvania
Railroad 00., to John and Addie
Brandenburg 2 acres in Washing-
ton, twp.
Dorotha Mullen to Lucy May
Bunnell 2 aCI'es in Clearcreek twp.
Mae td LOUis Ru-
maggi lot in Franklin.
George Hall to Albert' and Nancy
Miller, lot' in Frank.1in,
George ' William and Doris Hall
to , Clarence and Miriam Holbrook
1.S6 ' acres in Franklin twp.
Robert to Mary Chap-
man 1.35 acres in Wayne twp.
and Martha Short to
Eu'el and B,ibienne lot in Leb-'
anon.
Clinton and Pearl Potter to Duke
Powell, lot in Franklin.
Charles and Florence Baker to
Grace Patrick, lot in Leb.
anon.
, John T. NcNicholas, Archbishop
of Cincinnati, a::; 'Trustee for 'St.
John, Evangelist, Foster to Mar-
iette Wickes 2.3] acres in
field twp.
Clyde and Mary Louise Baker to
Vincent and Ruby Gibbons lot in
Franklin.
Fred Kahn to Hugo and Ida
Mountjoy 4.44 acreti in Clearcreek
twp.
Omar Hollingsworth ,to Charles
and Mayne Laird 0.55 acres in
Turtlecreek t;wp.
W. D. Dy.er ,to James DYH 2.90
acres in Hamilton twp.
Clal,lde and Loretta Wilson to
Raymond and .Goldie Furnish 5 lots
in Butlerville. .
Grace Belle Patrick to' lra and
Ada Kesling lot in Franklin.
, George and . Marie Hendricks to
Lloyd Young lot in Mason.
Emma E. Nieb to' Dallas and
Mabel Halt 3 lots in Loveland
Pal'k.
Nancy Fred to M. Russe!l H<;l'n 5
lots in Lebanon.
Arthur Eggleston to Phillip and
Riat 104.91 acres in Har-
.Jan twp.
WUliaJll and Marcella
to Estel and Ruth Wright, lot in
,
J;>aul and Beatrice Hamilton and
and distribution.
, PRQBATE
Estate of M. Corwin Drake, decld,
C,arrie Drake, ' executrix inventory
approve.d.
of. Eva, Wallace, dec'd,
WANTED
DEAD STOCIt
. HORSES - $10.00
COWS - $12.00
HOGS $3.00 cwt.
Ace_din. 10 liz Condition ' .
Also, All SMALL STOCK
REMOVED PROMPTLY
Phone
' XENIA
1712 "
WILMINGTON
2362 '
R ... n. Char
,
DON'T
For Insurance At' A Savings See
Francis Gene Brow-n
Phone 2935 Call CoHeet Wilmington 21 i
. ASHMfAD SERVICE STA liON
', North Main Street WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
it
cuers:
I
. .'
-CLA55IFIED
tive hom\;;, giving 11 C m-
plet ' m 1 i rn _ ri or al'ld .-
teri ar design. '
'Of C UI"e )- L1 l11U"t "I.: til III
to kn w what warm
hence if y u :tr i, 111 ,1, '
we e. t n our c r:li ,tl il1\ ita-
tion to you C me t P cr"
Lone ome Pin Tavern at hte
I
roa way urfa e' ctam::\ge h.
th re11air, rl?m )val t)r in ' tJl;l-
I ti n of lIb ' urfa ' I utility line "
N 'vV TH EREF RE ,
Be it R IN I , lw 111.:
CUlln il l)f th > of
ClASSIFIED AD BATES
as wOrds or les& one time. 25o
Bach additonal word .. 1e
SPECIAL RATES by coNTRAcr
Loans-
FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS:
. For Reflnanc1q - RebU1lcUng -
Buying. 4% Farm 'loans with long
tlme to pay. Pay part or all any
time. I '
LEBANON NATL FARM LOAN
ASS'N, Ellis H. Sturm. Sedy-
TreaB,. Lebanon, Ohio. Phone 448
tc
Real Estate For Sale:--
IF YOU HAVE A PROPERTY OR
PARM TO call or Write
Oon HeJlderson, Tel. KE3446, 617
Lorain Ave., Dayton, Ohio. tfc
REAL ESTATE
DON'T FORGET TO CALL
u - for Insurance. All types of
Insurance at a savings. Call
Francis; Gene Brown, phone
Waynesville 2935 or call
collect. 2111.
BICYCLES-FOR SALE '
BOY' BICYCLE" 24 inch.
Bob ' K nrick, ' Lytle, Ph ne
2S 76. 94'c
Hou.ehold Good. -
PIIANO FOR SALE- ' Katherine
Mend nhall,' Main' St,; PhoQe
2635 Wayne ville, -Ohio.
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Electrical Appliances-
FORf\LE' - 110 GALLON
Electro.Master water heater,
good condition; also Antique
Walnut dresser. Phone, 2931
WaynesviJle. -394
AUTOMOBILES- ,
fR SALE - ' nOOGE FOUR
door Sedan, c n
dition. Phone 2723, Wayne -
. ville -9.4c
LIVE 'STOCK-
FOR ALE .- ' YEARLING
Duroc Boar, registered. See
Morris Brown, Rt. 1, pring-
Valley: Phone Centerville
7020. -394
installati n of the new water
main f r' the Villao' of
\Vayn ilIe, Ohi , in full a'n j
t the c I t sati faCtio n of
the' \ ilIage. The ,W rk hall in-
clude all pipe, valve,. val ve
boxes, fire hydrant, conne t-
inO' into existing main and re-
-t rin.?' tr ets
t
idewalk, etc"
i o t.heir orginal condition. Th
f ll owin Ii ted mat rial will t
furni hed by the \ i11age free of
t t the ntractor, and in-
stall ed by the contractor: (1')
'1 80 lin. ft. of 4 in. ca t iron '
bell and pigot pip, for 1'50 Ibs.
/ q, ,'in. pres ure, in 18 ft.
len th ,,' (2) three (3) four
in h (4in.) iron body ' valve-
with bell ends.
Each id mu t contain the
full name of every person or,
company intere ted in the same,
and, be accompanied by a bond
in. the sum of one.half of the
submitted bid to the satisfaction
of the Board , of Trustees of
Public Affairs, or a certified
check on orne solvent ank, as
a guaranty that if the id i
accepted, a contract will be en-
tered into and it perforrl1ance
prop rly securd, hould any
1 id be rejected sllch check wi1l
be f rthwith returned to the
1 i,d'der, and should any bi'd' be
accepted such check will be re-
turned upon the proper execu-
tion and securing of the con-
tract. '
Bidder are request ed to USe
the printed form which will e
furnished o'n application.
The ri ght 'i re erved t o re-
ject any and all bi'ds;,
,Routes 48 and 7'3 ( ' uth f th
flasher Ii 'hO H r ' u an e,
without -obli ati n, the t pc f
cott a 'e \ e ies rib' her .' Til
ne whi h u , an ,pul'chice"
d lIvered within a, 1 0 'mil
radiu of Da ton, Ohi f r nl y
$ 50. 00, Term arc' available If
y u wi h with but ne-thid
d wn. .
PEER' , LONESOME INE
AGENCY
, Ph ne Dayt n M073
-adv -82
----!.--
Notice of Appointment ,
, Notice is h,ereby giv n that
Catherine , Winsp ar Barnhart '
whose Po t Office Address i
Wayn vill " Ohi ha been
duly appointed , a Admini-
tratrix with the Will Annexed
of the Estate of Emma 'E. Bar-
nett , late of Warren ' C unt ,
Ohio, decea eo. , .
Dated thi 4th 'day f
ust, 1947.
Ralph H. ,Carey, JudO'e
of the Probate Court,
Warren County, Ohio
Stanley & tan ley, Attys'. 821
tjotice of Appointment
Notic \ i hereby given that
eleda E. Dakin \ ho e Po t
Office Addre ' i: Route NO.1,
Wa n ville, Ohio ha b en
. muly. app inted a Adminis-
tratri x of the Estat e of Harry E.
Dakin late ,or County,
Ohio, deceased.
, Dated this 4th day of ,Aug-
Wa n vill e; ' t;lte :rf hI,
-ECTI 1: It i, y j
clare] tLl h in til " puhl( in-
ter t that th on-en t of aid
village t, an j _ai j can ' nt
hereby ' f , ',j ell t the Depart-
ment f Hi "'11\\ nf th tatc
llf hi! f r ' 'lid 'Department to '
maintain th travelle '\ porti 11 S'
of the tat Hi 'h way herein-
befo'r _et ut.
ECTI N oJ : th rk '
be, and he 11 'reby i " dire t \
t , furnL h t tIl ire t r f
Hi o' hway- and 'to fhL! 13 ard"of
C unty C 111mb i ner ' f War-
ren C:;ounty, , hi , a ert ifi ed
copy f thi r tin n llTI -
medi'at Iy up n the takin,
effect th r of.
SECTION 3: That thi rdi-
nance hall take effect and
in force from and r the
arli st .period all wed 1 y law.
Passed: Augu t 18, 1 47
Warren Braj t k, Ma !'
A.tte t: CharI J ame " Clerk
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AUCTIONEERING
STANLEY and ' KOOGLER
IIBODU LlVPS8
for D&tea. Phone WA1;DemDe.
Ohio. Revene Cba.rireI
.
NORRIS BROCK COMPANY
Cinclnn8lt1 ucton Stock Yams
Live Wire and An
organ1za;t1on secOnd to none.
Strictly sellers on the best
all around DlMke.t in the
OOlmtry. ,
Service That 8atlafte.
wa:IO Dayton 12:30 E. S. T . ,
D1al 1300 WLW C1nc1nD&ti
12:40 D1al 100 for OUr I
,Da.lIY
. Annitage & 89B

TELEPHONES
WAYNESVILLE 1091
MORROW No. S
LEBANON Offlee '73K
129L , SAND and GRAVEL .
BLACK,. TOP DRIVES
TAR and ROAD OIL
LAWN and FILL DIRT
,READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING and DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
By, order of the Board of
Tru tee ,of Public Affairs
, Charles James . 'Clerk
ust,1947, ' , '
Ralph H. Carey, Judge ' \1151 .....
of the p.ro ba
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Warren County, 0
C. Donald Dilatu h, Atty. 821
COTTAGES FOR SALE
ORDINANC.E NO. 195
(S ction 1178-42, 011i
, Are you affected by the pre- , General Code)
sent housing shQrtag,e ? Or are GRANTING DIRECTOR OF
you a victim of conditions that H IGHWA YS AUTHORITY TO
r.equire you to liVe ,in a structureMAiINTAINSTATEH.GH-
and unappealing , WAYS INSIDE VILLAGE
to your elf? If S0, we may CORPORATION
,
Get Ready for Wintel
Select YOUR OIL BURNING STOVE from our full
FLA,ME
HELP WANTED- 'MALE
,$25.00 PER ,DAY AVERAGE
'earnings for trained farm
a in ters. We fu rn ish
solve your problem with our , WH EREAS, The Director of
cozy' cotag,es we are ofterino' Highways, under Sec. 1' 178-42
for sale. of the General 'Code of Ohio, is
These cottages al'e beautiful . authorized to . maintain exten-
and durable in an equal meas- sions of state . highways ',within
ure. They are desi gned to meet the limits of a villflge, and
the approval f the, most Extensions .of
di creet. They afford ample State Route Nos. 73 and U, S.
room, 10 feet by 24 Route 42 lie within this village,
feet. The floors are constructed and '
ESTATE HEATROLA
COLEMAN
DUO-TI-lERM '
For Immediate Delivery
, equipment FREE and train
you, Instructi on, clas now,
fornlin . Write giving name,
, age, experience, ' reference.
,Bruce ' Fulwider, ', Box 313,
Leesburg, Ohio, ' 821 c
LEG ,AL NO 'TICE
, '
Sealed bids will be received
by th o of Trustee f
Public Affairs of Village of
Wayne ville, State of Ohio, at '
the ,office of said board until
twelve 'clock n 'on, 'August
29, -t 94 7, for furnishing the
necessary labor and material'
for the in tallation aild com-
pletion of a new ' water m'ain
fr m the two exi tinO' wells to
water mai n at the inter ection
of Mill and Main Street for
uppl ing water to th Corpora..;
tion and the inhabitants thereof
in with plans and
spedfications on file in aid
office, and titled, "Propo ed
Water Main for Wayn,esvi11e,
Ohio,. Drawing No. 46083/1
and No. 46083/2." The work
covered by the specifications
consists of furnishing all labor"
l uipment; appliance and
In and performing ' all
! L , : - necessary for the
of pine wood and the cottag,e WHEREAS, TIl 'work , pro-
itself is fully- insulated in order posed to be autllOrized under
to protect you from the cold of ', this ordin'ance shall be restrict";
winter and the heat of summ r, ed to general maintenance of
They are weather-bpa,rded and (he travelled roadwaY' surfaces
in addition to this they are roof- of the State' Highways herein-
ed wth asbestos. before set out, and
We prefer that you under- WHEREAS, It is understood
stand these structures are ac- that this ordinance shall not in
fually NOT They are any way obligate the S'tate of
,
.
co ed a'fter attrac- Ohio to air a'vements or
WJ!: PAY FOR '
HORSES $10; HOGS $3 cwt.
ACCORDING TO SIZE AND CONDITION
,CALL
X E N 'I A Fertillizer
Rev .... e
Char,..
454
, E. G. Bach.i .... IDe.
80 GALLON
ELECTRIC
HOT
WATER
HEATERS'
KITCHEN
RANGES
NOW
IN STOCK
ELECTRIC
WASHING
MACHINES.
Limited
Quantily
ELECTRIC
BOTTLED
GAS'

KEROSENE
Deep Freezers SEVERAL MAKES
SHALLOW WELL ElK,. Water Systems DEEP ' WELL
F airleyHdwe. ,Store:
6 - BIG STORES - 6
PHONE 2441 OHIO
j
Fairly Familiar
, by EFFELDEE
Type Talks hy ' J hrt ,
Turner f rm fl y a up in thL
space pri9r to this , w ek have
be' n ii {2 ntinu d. J hn ha '
found a ood po it i n in Ph _
nix, Ariz na. He hal;; Id ' out
his per nal ,- ffect ' here, ail:l
with ,hi famil y ha _ tart e
The Miami
G'1ZETTE
Establish , 1 50 No. f r the wide pen ' a
We wi h him the I.e t of evr:.ry-
thing in his new place. W re-
gret to have him leave. John is
a good newspaper, man, He
know ood new wh n he hearS
and se it, h kn ws how to
write' it. Hi ' c lumn had !'e-
ceivej many 0- d c mmen S,

WAYNESY/ ILLE, Q. H 10,
. Cano;.ng Plants
ACf,ept Applications
We be1i ve it wilf be mi t -Mr. A. 0 ,. Gfiffy of tIl
One thin is certain"w cann t RiJxanna Cannin ' Co., wi -he -
hope t repla e it with ur " 0 make cl ear a mi _c ncept i n
rambling cau e we do n t of . the requirement of
know the pe pIe ' or th ' com- cants for work at fact ry
munity like John did. \Ne can- in rega,rd to th ir ' cial ecurity
not write human inter t tries cards. etc. veral appli ants
as he did. Ours must t. f wha.
t
. have under tood they have to,
we see, read, hear or lilake .a plicati these
about, that may be of some ;, '1- card's at Lebanon. ' Mr. Griffy
terest to r,eaders. I -. states they can make full
" ' =Ie , *,/.' , applica.tion at the local plants
, I
Lee, O,Banion' Rates
In Judging earn
Accordin )' to Berman Ro ,
Warren County Agent, Paul
Run an, on of Mr. ' and Mrs.
Everett Ruilyan of neu
non 'ha been s Jected a Warren
Co.unty's healthiest oy. Amon(Y
winners of other 4-H Achieve- ,
m nt Day award was Lee
O'Banion of Wayne viII who
was on ' the livestock judging
team All the various teams will
be at' Ohio State Fair this week
for competetion in th ir re-
spective, fie!ds.
'Virginia Hardin
Grade' Principal
The a y n e T \\ n s h i f)
c h 0 1 are r par tn
_ tart t he ' I -1- 7 --1- s h ()( I y a r
wi t h a full L In p li m ell t ., 1 f
\\rith thc ' ,ti)}1 f
a C rnmer ial instru ' t( r. Thi:
yacancy i yd t I fillel a -
10 R. \\. Bradd k.
uperintendent,
The Gra je bttil 1ing: t a "hers
are as follows: Fir "t Gr't je, Mr ' .
Floren Ha tin gs an'd I"\i -.-
Jane Walker; e n 1 Gra:l l
, Mrs. Ola ,Ker ey; Third Graqc,
MLs ' Virginia Hal' jin; nurth
Mis LaU!'a M Kin e ..
':Fifth Grade, Mis.: 0 I' th_, Oa ;
Sixth, Grad-e, Mr ' , Thelma
Elzey. Miss Vi r 'ini a Hardin ha -
been named a' prin ipal ,f .the
Gr.ade Buildin . Mr. Mil jred
Sheehan and Mrs. Ferre ' Pa n '
will complete the teaching c rp
" at that building. ,
Teachers at the High cll 01
, building are Mr. Charle James,
Mrs. Mary Margaret Anderson,
Mrs. Edith Lukens, Mr. J. B,
Crabbe, Mr. Edwin Payn , Mr .
Drivers Licenses On
Sale Tuesday
aI',
Th li' t . f r gi irar f W'ar-
c Lint' f011 \\ :
K - -,
A-' Li ' n"e Plates
T-Tnt k ami Traji er Ag.
0-' erah1r
C- , Chauff eur .
AOC" Franklin, G r.d 11 L Roy,
, . 4 .. . Main St.
A , Harve l ur, . M. Ma ' -
. Donald, [3 ox 1 t 5
ATOC, Lebanon, Mr.
Hill, Bjwy. and outh.
, Ma (ln, Mr '. Ev lyn Priest.
AOC, Morrow, Mr. Tht,lllt).ll
Jeffery.
AO, Wayn ville, Phoe e Mir-
, anda.
"
Driver Ii n e' will , go 11 .
F R
-d Pauline Bard, Mr. Donald
ormer esl eDt Gahris, Mr. Wade Turner, Mr.
Ray Harper and Mr. R. 'lv' . '
D.
-es In C-anada,' Braddock. Class allotment at
al h I' Tue day mornin",
Sept. :2 at nine O'clock at tl-.e
and imp n Garage.
the Higll School have not yet
I The ,story John wrote al ut, and that it 'i not necessary to
the telephone situation 'eeme 'l go to Lebanon for this purpose.
to about fit the conditiO'!). Si n,ce All application papers and other
that time we have , ' watched matters pertaining to the work-
closely to see 'he results of call rs status for work in either
and - find the f.tlecha'nical of the ' Canning Company' s
equipm,ent seems, to be in good .plants at Corwin or Roxanna
working order, it is the human can be handled at the . plant
element that enters 'into the office.
slowing up of Dial
Lebanon and it usually takew
from' fjve to thirty seconds fo
get ari answer. Sornetimes
longer. Sure, they have a help
problem to contend with.
Shortage of 'efficient operator.s
slows up tne service. But
you noticed this. Finish wJth a .
call and aftempt ,to place
another immediately ,19I1owing ,
the first,. It requires A ite some
'Cancer
Names Leaders
A fotmer of Waynes- been made.
ville, Ro,y Risinger, " age 60 Mr. Braddock reports that a Pat , Malo'De Takes
passed aw.ay suddenly from a new floor is being laiO in the
beart atta,ck at his ranch home, home economics room, and in 0 Idl H
' near Lethbridge, Alberta, Cana- the science laboratory. Al 0, the ver. e our
da, Saturd'ay night. . rest rooms have b en redec-' Pat Malon , who has '
He is -survived , by his orated. a soda ted with Cha . Berry ,in'
J. P: KaHne of Qeveland; Harold ' of near W,aynesvllle, the ownership and f
who is an attorney of Lebanon. the Idl e Hour Re taurdlnt h;1

His wife preceded him in death Band Boosters, Show as umed complete, ownerslf p
. thirteen years T S ' 9 of the establishment as of Fri-
. anCeli odety, Inc. p'resided at At WI-O ept
. . . ebanan Mr. Harold Risinger)eft by , " . day, August 22. -, ' .
. time' and a bit of patience to '
get the ronnection ,discontinu d
so the call can be placed. Failure
of the operator to keep the
board clear at the Lebanon ex-
change is r'esponsible for a gr at
August' 20 at \Vhich time tJje pane e-iily Sunday mornmg to to ' Willis Hunter, :' Mr. Malon has also
officers and directors' , of the bring the remains of his father president of the Band Boo?ter employed by the R. B. Stewn'rt
, local branch of the organization' by train to Xenia. Club, advance, -ticket sales '1 r 0 - Fo d t r in the meat , -
were named , for the ensuing Funeral services will be con- the forthcoming howin ' of partment. He . 'ill termina te
year. :They are in' part as, duc.ted at the gra,ve on Friday "Blaze of Noon',' at the Twin hi po iti 11 'ther " within tl.J,
foIlowS_: M,t? Lillian Wilkins, afternoon at 2 :00 o'clock with Theatre on Sept. 9, is about, next week r teli days.
(Contlnued" Oft Page 4)
Lebanon, preSident; Fred M. burial under, the direction f' , ended. A matinee and tw Mr. Mal one stat , that tl
Keller., Foster, fiTst vice presid- McClure Funeral Home. evening shows can acc 111 dat saine policy will be f How din.
ent; Mrs. Charles Beck, Spring- about 750 perso,n. ,A' few the serving of ,meal and b()\'t
Edt
-tl.on Cootal-n boro, second vice president; tickets are till, left but thcy will order and the h ur of b ill <r
Edith Williams, Lebanon, secre-' Firewor'ks MaJ-or , only e available for a h rt ,open for lusine \\ ill, I' mai n
tary; J. Greene, Lebano,n, tim. He advise obtaini )()' unchanged.
Celebration Story treasurer. ',Part Of Celebratlon ticket at once t as ure ee.ing- .. He ha re entl y taken o\' r,
Among, the twenty _ four ' this wonderful , 90 minute of the Borden R )'en y for ic.:
Orders still ' coming m county-wide direct6rs named, The fireworks to be di played ' ht f ream and is <l l'rying a full.l ine
every day for cople of the ELL . fWd , the airways t.arril'1g' Anne of"th ir produ ts. .
Sesquicentertniat edition to be mma ou eWls 0 aynes- as a gran finale to' the events Baxter, A c a 'ct e my A war d Mr -. Malon i a i 'ting" in
bl
' h d . ' b ville was appomted to that of th.e fiT t two days f the .
pu IS e cQ!Icermng a ustory board. Sesquicenfennhtl Celehrr.tion. winner, William Holden, hi " , the f the restaur,an,
of "WaYllesville from 1,797 to fir t picture inc h-e
t
he present time. This sta 'ed here Sept. 12, 1'3 and , T ft h' t e t
ell 14 will be no ' mall affair, war, ' onny u ' , . I " r nR
publication will , contain about B' 'I-g Feature according to the ch'airman of roie, William "Life Qf Riley"
forty pages and cover with each the committee, L S, Robin on. Bendix, terHng Hayden the ,
page size 1,1
lh
x 16 Special care has been , used in "Swoon-erer', , Howar j Da
Many pictures of old Of 'Giani Celebration selection a variety of pieces Silvia of "Lost Weekend" and
and new views, persons and HTwo Years Before the Mast,"
places wiII tie included. Special- A. H. "Cap" Stubbs is pro,- that will give a fine brilliant This is a benefit show f r
ty ",ri,te-ups of ' interesting, gressing rapidly in the prepara_display that will be fitting. t) the Band Boosters Club for the '
features will be a highlight of tion of the SesquiCentennial the ending of the two. day local school band, Paul hafer,
the book. It will be ,a volumn ' Parade which begins' to shape endar of events of this 150th owner of the Twin Theatre ha "
we'll worth reading and pre- up like oneof the maior events year anniversary . loaned the facilities of the
serving. In addition to historical of the -three day event which The display wiII be 'presented theatre for this showing. The
items it wiH also contain , the ' is being staged, Sept. 12, 13 Saturday night after the fuJI date, Tuesday, Sept: 9, matinee
events of the .. Sesqaicentennial and 14. day, of various ,activities includ- and evening. >
ing such major presentatio'ns as ____ _
. Celebration -i.n , story and pic- The appro,ximate line-up for a giant parade, soap box derby, '
the parade ' to date includes horse,shoe pilching , contests. 'L ' - S
To be sure of ,obtaining the . .twenty floats, twenty- d' I d - I t f em on pODsorlDg
C
tv.'lles wanted it is advi'sed to fIve ndmg horses, se, veral tea.ms games, ' [SP ays, an a lOS Q: 5-
"T' other. entertaining' features. "" .
send in, the coupon today. and-, wagons, surreys, buggies, has 'set SWI-mml-ng Party
and other vehicles of various a day of memOrial servtces tn
kinds. These' wiII all be decorat- which the churches of the ', The American Legion Post
ed to fit the occasion and the community will take part ,at 1 1 No. 615 .is announcing a 6 to
persons in th.e parade, ' will for , o'clpck. A picnic dinner wilt be , midnight swim Wayne Par:.k
the most part be in after , the on Friday evening, August 2<J,
Healthiest Girl '
In lVarreD,Coanly
At a recent ' contest held as
an Achievement Day project"
Judy Conner, a member
of the local Wayne 4-H
Club was selected as the
Healthiest Girl in WaHen
County. She witI represent the
county at the OQio State Fair
contest to be held August 28.
Four bands are expected to ' and the afternoon will to Wm. Sawyer,
take part in ,this giant parade be devoted ' to speech This, is a benefit party
as well as maQy feature with a keynote speaker, yet t6 for ' the local Post: Regular pool
setltations. ' be named, taki,ng the spotught admission prices will b (!
Mr. Stubbs is now of the day. ' cJaarged. The usual ll-
mimes of those who wish ' to " Wayne Park has been ments will b,e' available, includ-
enter decorated automobiles in as the location of the three ing cold drinks, sandwiches, ice
the parade. Anyone wh,o wishes of activities. Night events can cream,
to do so may contact Mr. held under the lights used The date is Friday, August
Stubbs. . _ softbaU playing. ' - 29, the time, 6 to mldnignt.
Mt. 'Holly Man ,
Seriously Injllred ,
, David ,"Buck" Luca of . t. ,
Holly wa 'eriOl! Iy inJured i ll
an aut m bile cQllision at the
intersection of Roxanna r0nd

d Stafr! Highway 43
a ,ernoon about 4 q'clock. He
s returning h me from w rk
af the Canning Pl ant
It the time of the . mishap. '
His in'jurie included com- '
pound fractures of botH legs
pl.us sca{,J)' \VoLind. and possih!e
internal injuri e . t
He w.as removed to ' St.
Elizabeth in Dayton
by the McClure ambulal.1ce,
Band Boosters
Attention!
Special meeting at Big.
Sc.081 Tues., Sepl.'2
.8 .'deck. All.em.u-
be ,reseal. .portal.
"
,
County Farmers'
Have ,Union Meeting
On Thur 'day, lI o'ust 31 the
Uni n ' me ling of til th rel!
Warren C unt)' farmers' Clubs
\Va hd 1 :11 Lh High chool
bui l ing in \\ 'lynesvill with
forty-f ive in .1 tknda-nce.
At LIT \ n()(lll h ur a 'pI cni c
basket din ner ,vas rved, The
pro Tam giv n juri ng the aftel'-
no m n i ted of a piano 010, '
II pring" hy Franc s Whitaker,
and a pian 01 , "Old Black
J "by Su Furnas.
Mr. West of L banon was the
speaker of the day, choosing
for hi s' subject "Our Foreign
Policy."
The n xt me, ting of the ,
Club will be in
Lebanon at the home of Mrs.
D,eardoff in eptember.
futertain For
Bride And ' Groom
PARTY HONORS Miss
ERNESTINE EARNHART
Mi ss Mar Jane Andt:t" n
an i Mi Maril \' n Bursk vel'
d li ghtfull ent -rtain j n FrL
, j ay e 11 ina t t h h m > ( ,f M i
Ailder on, h n rin o' ML
Ern tine Earnhart, I ri de- I ct.
The ev nin " ,,'a_ pI asantl _
pent , in gam , .an i in a
"Trea ure Hunt' th h n I'
guest found a I t f I vely
gifts. DeJici ou refreshment,
with all appointment in yell ow
and white, were served. Th
gue t li st included ML Earn-
hart, Miss Naomi Earnhart, Mr ,
Robert Bonham, Mis Wan ja
Prop t, Miss Margaret H'lrlan
Mi ss Ruth ' Ambur 'y, Mi s" ,
Vivian Pumm.ifJ, Mi Edw na
tanforth, Mi ss Barbl\ra Wilkin,
Miss Gladys Rye, M r ", Donald
Gilpin \vith the ho t .
Miss ' Earnhart "ill I , com
the bride of Mr. Jame '
Wildeman of Jack on, on Mon-
day evening, Septem er the
first.
TURNERS
AT ' DINNER SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Surface Mr. 'and M'r. Jonn Turn- I'
and Mr. and Mrs, Henry R. and daughter, Carol Kay, left
Satterthwaite ntertained n for their n w home in Arizona
Saturday ' ev,ening a group of on Monday. They were week
friend at the ,former's home end ' uests of Mr, and Mrs, J.
honoring Mr. and Mrs, Carlt n H. Sackett and in their honoF
Sherw'ood .11'" whase wedding Mr .. and Mr. ackett ntertain-
was a recent event , ed with a famil y dinner on Sun-
' The bride and gr,oom re- day. The dinner guests were
ce,ived many lovely gifts and Mr. and Mrs. John Turner and
'after a mo t deli ghtful ,ev,enin' daughter, Mr, and Mr, Harry
of games and conver ation a M. Turner and SOI1, t eve, Mr.
delicious lunch wa served. and Mrs. ' Wade Turner an'd
EAST WAYNE COUNCIL
MEETS HERE FRIlDAY ,
Th Ea t Wa\'lh, :lvi ' r l
Cuuncil held til iJ: Al.lgu t l11 eet-
in at the Ii 111 ' f Mr. an j
Harry , atl rthwait \ n Frida
' '\ enl!)' " , e 1iffer
J
nt t pi .
\\'1.':1' 3 di eu Sc I an i aft r an in-
t e r "[ i n g ' l' " i . n, i t: I' a 111 ' 1I1d
) kic ,,'ere : 'rved hv th
ho t and h6 t "S, Th e . lun il
aij urn :i tl m "t \ "ith Mr, and
M I' , Eli Furna in epl emher. '
w. s. C. S. TO SERVE
LUNCHEON I,N SEPT.
Th W, ,c. f thl,;
Methodi t Church met on
Thur 1a aft rn n at the
e untry" home f Mrs, Rufu
Watkin, Onl y a fe\\ m ml er
were pre ent on ac (unt f til
extr me heat.
Th'e 1I ual I ujne
\Va hel d and a h rt PI' g-ram
wa given. Daint refr shments
' were erv d I Y the' 11 0 t Clnj
her a i -tant ,
The ci ty adj urn ,ct t o
meet with a lunche n t
eI'ved in the 'church dinin('f
room in ept mber,
Mi ss Doris of 0-
good, Ind. spent la .t we k visit-
ing friend and rel ative ' here.
CLOSED
,
All ,Next
Week
ons, Wade and Kent, Mis'
W i1so n, and M r, and Mr.
rs, erw ad 1'" Mr, Robert Shaw. ' Mr, and Mr.
WE A P PRE C 'I. ATE
THE PATRONAGE WE
HAVE RECEIVED ' AND
FEEL THAT IT IS IN
F A I R N E S TO OUR
CUSTOMER AS WELL
and Mrs. Howard Surface, Mr, Harry Turner were on the
and Mrs. Nelson Sherwood, Mr, guest list, ',at are
and William Hi ey and , spending some tIme tn Canada.
son, Mrs, Nellie Ashmore and
HAWKE 'REUNION
AT WAYNE PARK
, ,
AS 0 U R E L V E S TO
; family, 'Mr, Marvin McCollurp,
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Satterth-
waite and daughters, Mr. and
Mrs. Carlton Sherwood and
daughter, Ver a, the hosts and
The annual Hawke reunion GIVE;rHE EN T IRE
was' held at Wayne Park on'
hostess. ' unday, About fifty friends and FORCE A VACATION
relatives from Wilmington, IN ORDER THAT Wg
Springfield, Dayton, Cincinnati,
Turners Have Full , Lebanon, Jame t ()wn, ' Colum- MAY GET RESTED UP
O
r D' ,bus a nd a th er., n+-.tu..
s
weu.Jn.l:-jl-0,,"yeU-\dd---ft- A, N D c' 0 ME. , B C K
WeekI; Ladles the wonderful .."
..... of visiti ng to- REA D Y TO ' G I V E TH E'
For a ,'ef.' ' r' rior to their gether. Mr. ' J, C, , Hawke is
leaving ' for Pheonix, Arizona president of this group and USUAL SERVICE.
on MOnday of thi week th Kathryn Banta is
Jo'hn Turner famil y ,enj o. ed secretary. ' WE WILL BE OPEN
many hospitalities iven by FOR BUS I N E S S AS
theil1 host of friends, and 4-H CLUB GIVING
relatives. Tuest'lay of last w ek PROGRAM AT HALL USUAL
Carol was entertained by The ' Waynesville 4..:H Club
, Marilyn Polinsky at the swiril- is haying ' an Achievement Day '
ming pool and at Oinner. program, Sept. 4 8 :00 p. m,
nesday, a dinner was giveU' at at 'the Grange Hall. Everyone
thet John Kers.ey's; is invited.
a dinner at Arden 1n
, Dayton; Friday, dinner at the
M. A. Fulkerson home; Satur-
day, ,dinner at tile Rev. 'S.
Turner Ritenours;, ., Assi s'tant
of W'estminist.er Church,
Daytbn; Sunday, family dinner
at Lee McClures al1d Sunday
evening a ' family dinner at
Harvey Sackett's. ' ,
The Turners are due in
Pheonix on Monday, September
1 as John wi].] assume his
duties with the newspaper
ther-e at that time.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robert
and family of Osgood" Ind. were ,
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Tresslar an'd
Anna May,
LIVESTOCK
,TRUCKING
TO CINCINNATI
on
, Tuesday. & FiidaYI
,Will pick-up stock
your farm
H.. HOPKINS
PHONE 2955 ,
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
Monday
, .
Sept. 8
D. R . SMITH
White" Viilla
" GROCERY
Meml r of the Gol den Rule
Cia f the M ' th iU
m ,t at the h me f M r. and M J' ,
R C Moler nn \ V' Inesday '
l( " '1 ck,
Tht e m a re a
m nthl v s hluLe fur thi " 'Ia,"
f "hI h Mr, M kr i the
t a h.er,
Mr, and h ", R. H, Kicr and,
S)l1 Bi ll v I' j Lin ia from
"l till' 1I i'h the: 'We Th Y
vi : it d t'he rand any n,
cllow. t ne Nati 1)'<1. 1 ,Park,
I
Mr. and Mr, Earl 1'1' Jar
c, ait }-;I II. wu I, Mexico
and veral other int r \ ting
pl ae _, ' ,' ,
and daughter, Anna May and,
Mr, and Mr, Walt r R Jb rL
and family f
Mr, an i Mr. ad . Rickey
unday 'dinner ue t f M r, an i
Mrs. Hall rand f:l mily
of near Spr ingb I' ,
a. nd hirl ey nn sp nt til \ eck
' 11 i \\'it h Mi s Mildr d l ickey
at \i\ i nche te r.
FLOOR LAMPS
A NEW C OF
BEAUTI F L FL R LAMP
N THE WAY.
UBJECT '] ARRIVAL
THE PRICE WILL BE -
WHILE THEY LAST
.
WaynesviUe J'umiture llppliance -1:0.
South Main ,street across from Grange Hall
Telepbone 2422 ,WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
KEM-TONE NU-ENAMEL G. E. BULBS
,
SPECIAL SALE OF
HA'NN- A -TONE
Wall Finish,
One Cbat Covers
Drie in One Hour You can Wash It
Economical ' to use:
I , gaBon Hann-A-Tone Paste-Thinned with water-Make .
l!i2 gallons of Paint.
This fine Water paint made by the Hanna (Green Sea]) Paint
Company is the modern way to decol'ate. walls. It is washable and
comes in many pastel colors: Canary, Dus,ty Pink, .Ivory,
Cream, Blue, Buff, Peach, Apple Green and White. A
variety of shades can be made by mbdng colors white.
THIS PAINT IS ALL 'FRESH STOCK _
WE WANT TO' REDUCE OUR QUANTITY ON HAND AND
OFFER THIS HIGH QUALITY PA1NT AT THE
FOLLOWING 'LOW PRICES. :,'
QUARTS, NOW ,ONLY 75e
Reg. price $1]5 ' ,
GAllONS, . , NOW ONLY $2-50
RIeg. Price $3-.45 '
Stock up now this low price is t1 '.
Paul . (.Picking
Phone 2182 Third Street Warneaville, Ohio
3, TIll: Miami Gaz"'tte
Wayne ,in, hiD, 43 1
Thur lay, 28. t l 17
'G. C. P. Club News
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The G. C. P: Club met at the
O'Bani n h me Au o' u t , al , ,
8: 0. p. m. " '
The meeting was brou 'ht 't o
rder ' with Mr. Michener in
charge and the Pre ident Lee
O'Bani n pre i jingo
Th' main t pic f meet
ing \ a th f rmin g , f team '
f r the Counl _ ' m l 11 ' trati l11,
Mr, I{ s , wa ' pre ent and
added mu h inLcre.: t t t he
m' ting.
The In eting wa pr _
perty adjourned followed hy
nts.
G.c.P.
* * *
Th G. C. P. ILlll met at
FI rence h ' me AligU t 1 ), at,
7:3 .
, Tb, v nin g W' l pel t i ' ,
lookin at the pr je ts an I d.,_
new J.erseys.
Aft er til bu ines met' t: :! '
refre hm 11t were s rv 1
,game \ ere played.
Th FI renc wei" d' Ii 0+ l- . .., ,
fut h sts and the evenin . wa:i
enjo ed by all.
Pel'6onal noted
Mrs. Winifred Hartsock and '
s n, David have return fr 111
Evansville, Ind. where tll 'v
spent the summer with Mf. and:
Mrs. Frank Hawke and on, Mr.
and Mrs. Hawke and son anti
Mr, Hart ock and son \\ er
week end guest of M r; a l1Ll
Mrs. Ronald Hawke.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett KeIL
rick, on ' and daughter, .of
Lytle, Mr. and Mrs'. .Ed.
Hopkin_, Mr. ,1l1j Mr . \Villiam'
Hull, Mr. :1v i i Hart 0 k, Mr.
and \ r . J l ail 'v ,an i'
dau 'hter a pi nk
dinner an -I at Tarr ymnr '
prin rr n unlh.', -
, Mr. Luth r L. D dp (-, u ' ll :!
I3ernard) ha, returnL: j to her '
home in Carli Ie. Pa. 'l ft cr a
,pI :1 ant vi it \vith. he,r par I1t "
and th r r lative an i fri nds
in Oayt nand pringb r. ,he
also attended a reuni on f
nur e. ' at prin field.
Roy Elli and , fami ly, when
last h ' ard fr 111 \\ ere in J ack-
onvill , 'Fla.. at the h 111 of hi ' '
aunt, Mr ' . rma En in
Ellis and wif hav return i
home penjing a fL:w day
with friend in Alahama,
Mr . Jenni Plan k R bert
Planck, Mr. ' crvi ' and H hert
ervis, M i ivian Pummill
and Phylli Martin rl'iurtl -: j
Monday fl' 111 a t L1r in New
Y rk Cit " Cana ia an i \\ a "h-
in O't n" D. C.
Mrs. R. C. Mol r elikrtaim:d
t lunche n at Rike" ne ja v
iuring the pa "t \ eek, he-r
iaughter, Mr. J. E. Riker of
BatH creck, Mich., Mr . Ralph
Ha ting ' and Mr. Walter
-'heehan.
Mi-. and Mr. Ray Williams
and 'Mr. Wm. Kendrick of
Urbana pent atuJday night
and unday with G raId Mc-
William and family, unday
being Gerald' birthday.
Mi ' s hirley Neal of Jack-
onville, Fla. who ha been the
guest f h ' r aunt and uncle. Mr.
and , Mr. Orvil,le Gray for the
'WELDING
Portable- ,Acetylene -Arc
BILL LEE
Waynesville -Ice Plant
PHONE 2451 '

. ,
Blacktop' ,D'riyeways
Oil and Tar Applied
Resurfacing and Driveway Recoating '
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F R E E _ EST I MAr E s,
B., B. 'STROUD
'26 OakwOOd Avenue LEBANON, OHIO' Phone 221-L
lie Sale
'Satorda:r, 8" 1947
., ' , 1 o'doCk p. m.
, , '
Havin
o
' decided to, sell'my home, I wtll offer the following for sale
, at my residence in, Corwin, Ohio.
, ,
1 Three piece. Living Room Suite complete ,nth coven; I Cold-
,pot 'Electric 1. Hoover Electric Sweeper; 1 Toaster;
1 Electric Iron, 1 Table Lamp, 1 Bridge 1 Stand, Dining
, 'Table and' 7, Chairs, 3-piece Bedroom Suite, 9x12 Rug and Pad,
9x12 Congoleum Rug, Two 12x15 Rag Lots of Scatter
Rugs, . 1 Iron 'Bed, 2 End Tables, 1 Sewing Machine, 1 Coffe(1
Tables, 2 Rockers, Several Chairs,. Buffet, Bookcase, Dreaser,
1 Large Oblong Mirror, 1 Round Mirror, 1 Utility 1),
Large Cupboard, 1 Hall Tree, 1 Clock, 2 Oil Lamps, Two-burner',
Oil Stove, 1 , Kitchen Heater, 1 "Oil Heater,
Curtain Stretchers, Pillows, 1 00 lb. lee
' Box, Lawn Mower, Tools, Lots of Dishes, Cooking Utensils, Glan
Canl, Feeders, and Other Articles to to mention.
, ,
ANTIQUES: 'Table and Highboy.
Tennl: CASH
Mrs. B., B. 'MORAN
OHIO
WILBUR N. SEARS, Pboae 2661, Wayne,viDe, Ohio
umm to her hnm
on ' \Vedne_da. . ..
J e. J-L I3, C I ' 1l1 :l 11 \\,:L
aIle i Thul \ .i :1 llf th i.:, \\.'C I "
t c ndu -t th -f un ' ra j ' ' rVi' -
f M r, Che ter \ ' l1' l1,
k i 11 i j" \' a j 111l \ 11 hi " f :! r 111 at
New Carli Ie.
"
andry and DL: Ann H )lml!S
pent I:l "t \'e::.. k wi th th ' ir ,1'J' and_
parent, Mr. an j Mr, vVaH r
Marine at 11, C. H.
and Holme - pent th \V ' k
end \ ith th m.
Mr . HQwari Drumm n i and
Liall 'ht r, M i '': 0 )'(l th ' Drum-
mond att ' l1li ] tll Lvun"
M rnill g' Mu.tin ce and Fo i
h w at th " Zn n :atur ia
111( rn i 11 Y'.
TAILOR MADE
, cveral meml ers of th e \Y.
. C. . were gu i " f the Lytl
s idyon aftcrno n durin ' th e
past week and 'hear i Mi "
Martha C ) , a Mi j nary fr' J11
India.
, .
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Earnhart,
and Mr . Earl Earnhart (\11I.i
children, ' Mr. and M r -. ' Karl
Babb I f t n unday m r nin '
f r ' l fi -hin trip' in Mi hi an.
\ Vint r r ummel' hi ne dn'l \Vl l r ry \ Ill . ur
_erv icc i tai l r to fit til w ath r an i '( 111 1" l 'ttl ' U1 H
mak f car.
Servis Texaco Service Station
Mr. and Frank Ander ' n '
of N rth Ap 11 o, Pa., ar i it-
in" their i -ter and , r ther . in-
law, Mr. and Mr Paul Mauri e.
SOUTH MAIN ST. WA YNESVILL,E, OHIO
H.ALLMARK TYPEWRITER RIB- bona now ,in stock. Tne Gazette .
The Montgomery County
"
,DAYTON" OHIO' ,SEPT. 1 st, 2nd, 3rd, 4tft
3
Horse, Racing
EACH AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
(New Starting Gate Will Be Used)
NEW AUTOMOBILES as PRIZES
STAGE ACTS OF NATIONAL REPUTATION
GAMES - RIDES .-:... OTHER ENTERTAINMENT
.
large Mass School Band, Tuesday Night, Sept. 2nd
BIG EXHIBIT OF NEW 'FARM MACHINERY
Live Stock, and Farm Display. , School Exhihit, 1
'\ 4-H Club and Vocational Agricultur , F'lower 11 w
, -
Home Projects, Fine Art, Culinary,
. Rabbits ' and Pigeon Exhibit
3
See the GREAT . MONTGOMERY COUNTY FAIR
: " f
Chlldr,elJ'. ,D.,.
Tuesd'ay, ,Sept. , 2
SOI41.r8'
Wed., Sept.' 3 '
IT COSTS NO MORE TO SEE MORE
Children under 12 year s
Between 12 and 15 year. iub jed ,to federal te.x of 8c
Men or Women in uniform. Also all soldiers of the
Administration pFeaenting discharge papers.
A,dmission:
ESTABLISHED PRICE 42c
FEDERAL TAX 8c
TOTAL SOc
, RALPH C. HAINES, Secretary"
1
j
\
The. Miami Gazette
ESTABLISHED 1850
?ubl1shed Every Thursday by DA V1;SSON
FLOYD L. DAVISSON;. Editor
i:ntered as Secon4 claSs , Matter a.t the P<l6t 'Office
Sub6cr1ptlon Rates: $1,50 'per Year in Adva.nce
National Advertising Representaties
Ohio We'ekIies, Inc., 2465 W. Broad Street,
Columbus 4, Ohio
. (Continued from Page 1) Village \\ ill go a 1 t _
d al f) t time iWct I U' y lin ' . wa rd e ' iabli hin< ' :i will and
p ,,'iblc
Lono' di tan 'c i till an ther frien lin f th" ' c \\'h will
pr blem. If an i when . get i it here durin 0" the kbration FA<;:!S ABOUT PRICES
the op rat r it i pos ihl e t peri d. Con u'mer prote -t
get your pII comf I te "ithin SO the hi gh c , t f d
a reasona Ie: t im , v u are in- FTBALL Understandabl a thi i, it
deed lu k . It ha n our x- eem certain that th lI1. lic at
peri nce to have a all to Cin- - large is unaware f. certain basic
cinnati or Dayt n tak longer SOITBALL RESULTS on mi fa t . .
than it woul d ha r quir d t Aug. 19:. Fairley 1, Mill r 5 , According to on'e authorit ,
driv to either pia e. Can tJli Alw. 20: Roxanna 6, F rd 0 food bills ar no greater to ay
all be a shoda
o
' f material? Aug 21 Rain in proporti n to I' p r apita
Can it all in xperi nced Aug. 25: F rd 7, P r's 3 income than the ,ere in the
, help? Or, can it be, a J ohn Aug. 26: Rain 1-935-39 period. "Til hav, in
tate j in hi . lumn, ineffi- - other , word, impl _ fall w T
ci ncy of til operation Of . tTl\'! ALL STAR RESULTS th general trend . ..
entire s t-up? Aug. 22: Wright Fi ld Forfeit Again, farm allth ritie, hay
Evidently th latt r is pI' I _ Aug. 24: L e burg 4, All tar) p'resented some very c mpel1in
ably trll . Print me it m of , evidence t the effect that
new that i ff th "40" CLUB LOSES atJegedly swoll 11 aOTicultural
b am" a to it veracity and a . The "40'" CllI played Miller PI' fit ar larg-ely non-existent .
. storm of prot, t d cend- on the' Restaurant Sunday evening and Th enormou increa in farm
editor b fore th ink i . dry o' n 10 t 3 to 4. op rating co L-Iah r, mat ri-
the paper. N prot st t our -- at, feeds, taxes and v rythin g-
statement has I en , received HOW THEY STAND el -e-have aten up tli e in -
"
time demand for railroad
vice. Thu ,th pre - 11t h ))'1,:
a ' i - tht! r 5Ult of
tF menLi( u demand Imp eli
'uf on It war-depided ar ply
and ntinll j h rtag: f
mat rilll ;
The railroad ha y pia e i
order ' f r man th 1I il nd 0 \ r
new car, and the a r h ing
put in rvi e a ' rapidly a'
manufa tur r can, mak' d-
livery. In the meantim , ar '
on' hand are b in eli trihut d
t the ' vari u e ti n (f the
country n an quitahk: ha is.
The harg made a fe\\ m nths
ago that the We t \ a h iti g
trang-Ie j f r lack f fr i 'ht- car
wa immediat I explo i 'ct.
Western carl oading hay \)ee!!1
ke ping pace with all thLr r -
gions, and more freight i h
handled 11 y th we -tern I' ads
than ever ef r
The railroads are makin g
every piece of riling t k per-
form peak r'V ice. The car pr -
bl m wilt oTaduatl ea ed a'
new t ki
Page 4
4 31
1 47
BEGINNING SEPT. 2, 1947
, WE ARE PAYING AGENTS
FOR GOVERNMENT
TERMINAL LEAVE' BONDS
Th B nd are a dir t
bli ',ati n f the Federal
Gov mOl nt and it i not
n -ary t cn h them at
this time.
I f po sjble- \V urg y u
to h Ii them for Invest-
ment. '
WAYNESVILLE
NATIONAL
'BANK
Waynesville, Ohio
ir m ,t I ph ne official. W L Pet. cr in the farmer in- I
Ma b they do n't read The Roxanna 14 5 737 . come.
BUILDINGS CHATTELS AUTOMOBILES, LIABILITY
u4-WA Y FARM INSURANCE"
Gaz tte. If they do, and wi h Peers 15 7 682 To blame pack I' an r - '.1"
to explain ome of their short Ford 15 9 , 625 for high price i a
co'min.gs in the matter of rvice) Fairley 13. . 8 619 ,G.o mm n practice. It is al a an
' W be 'very .glad to print them Harvy. 5 14 217 utter fallac . The m ,at packin
and enlighten their ub criher ' Mill eors . 2 19 95 industry, for in tance, state's
in this area as to The Com- , - . that it arn Ie s than one c nt
pany's version" of \vhy we don't FUTURE All ' STAR . GAMES a 'day, after xpen e , f r pro-
get what we. pay for. . Aug. 29: Middl,etown Bravarian viding' meat for an' av rag
* * * Aug. 31 : Wilmington American famil y of four.
Just in cas you are inter- Sept. 5: Miami burg American Th r tailer i in preci ely
ested, according to the informa- the same ,position. The lar ge!
'lion inscrib d on th bra scap food chain system.;, 'arn, as net '
iha.t rests on '. top ' of ' a pipe .WHERE EVERYONE profit, only a cent or two on
driven in the ground at the r, ar Under the competitive free ach dollar of ale . The in-
.of the Library, that particular enterprise system, indu try mu, t dep ndent merchant, who mu. t
:spot is 754 f et ltbove sea-level. constantly seek -ways to mK eet the competition, work on
The tJ. S. Ge graphic SUrVeY, a better to mak similar margi ns . . Many stores
in conjuncti n with the tate of an old product more attractive have voluntarily ' )iced th ir .aL
.Ohio placed the marker th reo to the cons'umer. ready , narrow profits in order
' Since there i a fine 6f .$25 . . Coal, which , seeks markets to hold price increases to the
for defacing the marker it is in competition" ith oil, and l.l1inimum. But they can't
probable it \vill r main their for other fuels, is an interestiO'o' op,erate at a loss.
many, many y ars to come and current example' of that truism. High prices are an economic
wilt <;iefinitely ettle all argu- ,Throughout the , country, consequence of the time.
ments as to the di tanee' above coal . dealers, working ' in co- Neither producers" distributor,
sea-Ievef of th'is location. , Just opePfttion with , coal producers, proc-essors or retailers are Ie-
how much higher . it is at the have sought to "wrap ' coal in sponsible for them..
)High School building is not de- a better package"-and to' so -

.known to the writer but make it a more oesirable fuel THE ONLY CURE
ometimes after walkin up in the eyes of the home and Various' cures h'av.e been
! here; especially on a hot day, business user. This ' "better suggested for the. freight car
'it seen:ts like it hould be about ' package"-has taken a number ' shortage . . But, <;::.
150' feet. .: ' of forms. Stress is laid on clean, of the ASSOCiatIOn of
* '" * careful deliveries, so the , Amenc.an pomted
The Post Office building has only evidence the has ' ago, : he only
completely . redecorated that a deli,very has been I11ade , mg cure IS In thl.:
with' two coats of paint inside is a full coal bin. Twenty-four- supply of freight cars. .
and a new finish of white and hour, r,ound-the-clock emer- Furthermore, there IS. no
,gray on the outside. Many other geocy service has, been widely as to why. there IS a
'buildings in the Village adopted. Retail coal merchants Dunng the ?e- ,
as well as many homes have are giving objective counsel on pressIOn freight car I'urchasmg
. been redecorated or plans have 'heating problems and the was normal due to. ,Ia,ck
been made, to have the work ion of new coal-burning equip- of freight. The war fonowed
, done. 1t is gratifying to, n e ment. are 'also close. on the he.els.of , the. de-
t1is . work is being" done prIor offering an inclusive service and It relatlve!y
to the Sesquicentennial Ce1e. for and conditi9ning few could be
bration. The appearance of coat heating systems thus as- to shortages.
__ __ Ing equipment was worn
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MARRIAGE LICENSES '
Robert Hosea, 21, Mason 'stud-
ent. Hildegard Wiutzel, 22, Mason
inventory hearing -et for Septem-
ber 11 at 10. Certificate of transfer
of real es,tate fi led.
Montgomery. County-,
F air Next Week
Racin ev ry da and ev n-
ing, with an lah rate v'lud _
' vill and cir u prO(lTam t )
-augment the 'p rt ha - b en
provided f r patr n, f th
Montg mery County Fair thi '
'year.
pening Lab r Day, pt.
1 t, the Fair wi ll continue
. thr ugh , ept. 4th, with advan e
indi cati ns that every depart-
men t will be fill d with exhi bit s.
The fa. t 'that pra ti all y
ever ' in h uf xhibit pace ha
be '11 old indi ate the x te'nt
f h wing in ever_
men t. Grang" and' in' ividual
farm wner b til hay maic
re rvati ns that will crowd' fh
A(yricultural and H rti ultural
Building.
III th ' speed prOOTam pur c '
t o the amount f $9,1 oc' ar
offered. ince ntran e f e are
added to th e pur e , the tetal
for winning steeds will b'
around $ 12,000.00. A ' ntrie '
. may be rna ie f r each race up
to 11 :00 a. m. of the day be-
fore, a larger numb r , food
hal' e \\ ill c mpete than ever
b for . This ear the hal' e wiII
be tarted ack of the Ile,
m t hani al startin ' ate m unt,-
ed n an aut 111 I it' . There will
be ra:cihg each aftern nand
.
Farmer especially will find
, Pait: to th it' liking. All the
spac "on the hill ' where farm
exhi bit in recent y.ear ha v
L,,::e n' rather kimp, i lJein '
given ov r to di pl'ay of thi
sort. r ,h y pI' mi e t h laro'er
in any pr -war 'ear.
.County Gard n
Club wIll tag " a b autiful
fl wer how and the u uai wi je
array of wom n' w 'rk, l oth
n edlew rk and kikhen pro-
ducts, promi e to out hine i ts
ors.
Numerous County School .
band ha ve signi fie.d their in-
tenti on of pl aying on Tuesday
evening, Sept. 2nd, in a l a,rge,
mass band. The 4- H Club band
will also play.dutin:g Fair week,
along with a l ocal band of Day-
ton. The ,program of entertain-
ment acts is, the best ever. It
includes ' such I a.ttractions a
ComHle's , dogs, the Ervin'g
Troupe ,of athletes, the Three
Ambassadorettes, the, Skylark,S,
sensational aerialists, Hoaglan' s ,
Hippodrome and Circus and
other acts.
Cou,.t nWd
, COMMON PLEAS
William Burns Blectric
Lite Co., defendant granted leave
to fHe ' otner pleadings within 30
days.
Naomi Bailey va. Gootee Bailey
divorce to plainUff, child to plain-
tiff to pay plaintiff IUtr
of , '
Catherine and Robert Sloan, ex-
ecutQl'8 vs. 1. 1. Bachert Everett
Early ,made part,. deleadant.
Vir&inia Glackin Forney va.
Raymond Armstrong, 26, Hamil-
ton, accountant, "Edpa Stagjre, 20
FOSiter clerk-typist.
Raymond Heljsingel', 38, Leb-
anon, inspector, 'Hel en 'Barlow, 33
Lebanon, in pector.
Marion. Gal'd, ' 22, Middl etown
serv:ice station operator, Dena
Abrams, 23, Franklin, procurement
clerk.
Gilbert Ho.1Iin,gswol:th, Jr., 26,
Bessemer, Ala., Marjori e Warwick
25, Lebanon. _
Che tel' Harris, 25" Loveland
Buffer, Stella Short, 28, Loveland.
James M. W:ildman, . 26, Jackson,
Ohio business owner, Ernestin
Earnhart, 18, Waynesville.
PROBATE
Estate of Ethel Evans Ha.tfield
dec'd, Evans Hatfield, executo
fil ed fll'st, final and distributiv
account,
E tate of Harry E. Dakin, dec'd, ,
Daklitl, adminisbratrix 'in-
ventory hearing set for Septembel
2 at 10.
Estate of Frank W. Miller, dec'd
Lilli e Miller appointed administra
trix giving . bond wit h sureties in
sum of $3000. '
Estate of Bernard L.' Jordan,
dec'd" W. T. Jordan appointed ex
ecutor.
Estate of Lucy F. Snl:'! l1, dec'd
W. E. Chesney, administrator filed
first' and final account:
Estate of Mary Kroener Schoe-
nebaum, de'd, Carl ,Abaecherli
administrator filed first, final and
di stributive account. .
, Estate of Wlaltel' C. Foster
dec'd, Nellie M. Foster, adminis
tratrix inventory hearing set for
September 11 at 10.
E tate of George C. Weaver
dec'd, Mary Bixby and Edith Wea,
vel', executrices filed application
'for certificate estate.
NEW SUITS
A u ti n Thackara et a1." vs. Lee
Mason, ex cutor et aI., to contest
wnt, Stanley and Stanley.
, Ether Ruth Tatman"a minor vs
Omar Ray Tatman, a minor div
orce, extreme Cl'llle-lty, Meryl B
Gray..
Goldie Roach vs. Conley Rpach
xtreme cruelty, J. T. ' Ri- dhrpl'ce,
ley .
Jessie Kelley vs. Jack Kelley
divorce, gross neglect Young and
Young.
The Vall ey Nationa.l Bank
, Phoenix, Ariz. , v . Harrison Laney
on recovery for damages Kautz
lfolbrock,. Jackson Bosch, C. Don
aId Dilatush. ' '
Allen OverllUln vs. Th,-e King
Brothers Co., Cincinnat
Street Railway Cb,., ibr money
only amount claimed $25,000 and
costs of this action! Paul J. Gaiser.
Council of The Incorporated ViI
Iag,e of South appelle
v. Gilbert Smith, sr., appellant
appeal, Meryl B. Gray, C. Donald
,Dilatush, Marvin E. Young.
REAL ESTATE 'rnANSFERS
Ken Rout zahn to ' Keifer and
Lena Routzabn 55.90' acres in
Wayne twp,
Howard and ltuoy Clemons t
Leroy and Mari e Cayse fi 1 ts in
Lovelatld Park.
Ira and Ada May Kesling to
A11en I\nd Rebecca Payne and Ber
' nard and Rut h Payne 54.81 acres
in Clenrcreek twP.
Ralpoh Wood et at, to Julia Wood
et aI., 71.72 acres in Harlan twp.
Alton Vale .to Clyde and' Edna
Whitacre 2 lots in Morrow.
Cha,rles and Ethel Butler t(
Stanley and Leroy Foreman lot in
Sout.h Lebanon ' . .
Estate of George Waldo Weaver
Me'd, J. T. Riley administrator ,
Herman and Virginia Pulley to
Jo'hn and Mimlie Powell Sullivan i
l,,,ts in Franklin.
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LIVING ROOM SUITES
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STOVES
"C ... plete Hom. Funiiallen"
Lawrence Forney, injunction
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HOME ., FURNITtJRE
Georgie Hendricks VB. Albert
Hendrick-a et at, confirmation, deed
distribution. '
Thoma8 Weis V8. Naomi Wets,'
oase dismilsed without prejudtee
anc) . without record. ,
Either Ruth Tatman, a minor
vs. Omar Ray Tatman, hearing sct
for August II, 1947 at 9:80.
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XENlAIl ,
OIDO.
:UEaat Main Street at Whit .... "
George and Anna Lickliter tr
Ira and Emma Noble, 100 acres ir
Harlan twp.
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Tnomll S' Stt' \ to Maggi e Hun-
ter Lakes 2. IQt in Franklin.
M,. T. and Ida Ead to Clayton
and Leona Gabbard 103.18 acres
in Fl:anklill twp.
George and Frodge t(
Verne and M. R. Snidet
94.90 acres in Harlan twp.
Thomas and Ka,tbel'in
Emma h rwood to Ornah atH
Lucille lot in Lebanon.
,and Dolly to Roy- -;-----
Duke Powell to Jo eph and St ella
Pucket lot in Fra'nkli n.
James Erel'ett, Jr. and ' Ru th'
Blevins to Rut,h Neville 5 acres in
,Franklin twp, " ,
Loui s and .Mar Bors 0 Loui. '
J ohn and Dorothy Bors 0.50 acres
in Franklin twp. ,
William Art hur Eo s, by admin-
istrator to Sam Smith lot in Leb-
anon.
Sam Smith to Pearl Smith lot in
Lebanon.
Joseph and Suah Riddell to Har-
,lOY L. and Flora Chasteen 0.76
aCI' es -in Franklin twp.
Sflvesftet' and Lilli e Lamb to '
Luther 'and Goldie WeIch 34.78
acres in Wayne. , '
Clyde Camp,bell to Hilda Camp-
bell 3 lots in Springboro.
Ora, Lottie and Fred Gustin to
Benjah and J C.ln Gustin 40 acres
in Franklin.
and Dorothy Ma McCl.ure 1.83
acre in Franklin ,twp.
Willial1l and Del la Hufford to
The Wlnnen Cou,nty Fal'm Bureau
Co-operative As ocia tion Inc. lot in '
twp.
Louella Hiatt to J. C. Hiatt
aCI' ill Turtlecreek twp.
Emma Rena . Riz8r, Wal ter
Biggs lda. Hackn'ey and Gene-
vi ve Zimmerman to Willie and
Louella Hia t,t 55.64 aCI'e in Turtle-
creek twp.
Irma and Reva Stump to Be rt
and Reba Turner 1 acre in' Wayne
twp. '
William and J oseph Hayes to
Hal'oid and France L. Sortor lot
in Lebanon.
Hel en Eldridge to MadOl'i
HumphI' y lot il1 Franklin.
Marjori e Hurnphrey to Hel r
lot in Franklin.
Ella W jdner , to Lawrenc
oate 2 lot s in Springboro,
Claude and Dorothy Wilson t
Ora and Kathel' in Nixon, ' 3.0
acre!' in Creek twp.
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The W , 0 i t v t
Lytlc Chur h \\ 'ill h n t r61inect
n ex t 'N ' i n' _ d a ' ;1 f tL rn 0 () n
ert. , 'it th I1 nme of Mrs.
tin.?,' in a' talk t a. numl cr . f
ladies at Lytl Chur ' h ine -'
da ' aft rilO n. he -11 wed
o. t LI l11e pi ' lure"', I ra '- \\
and man th r article J'v\i
CO, \ ill - ail ept. 1 :n the
Queen Elizabeth f ruth
Ham p t o n, E. n g I and. Then
another h at i ' \\' 11 tli Atlanti
an I thrll the M dit rrant: /ln 'a
enroute to India, t take up
, hcr w rk again.
Wanda Baird f .the G bha rt
I ad. Mr . Ma ry Hi ' k wi!1
hav ' til i v li "n anj Mrs.
Arlen J ne l1 a .. the! program.
The committe in har e are
Mrs. Minnie Foulk) Mrs. CIeo.
Gray Mr . Ma . /? /? I
Keith Longacre and Milt on .Cae.1al'j C,.eek
J ane pent everal day last Mr. and Mr -. Ev r tt Hain ,
week at t. Mary' Re erv ir 'Mr, and Mr. Carey Leigh
at Celina. Haines ali d Marvin Haine at.:
A larg cra 'd attend d the tend d the ta e Fair '.
unday h 01. pknic at Mrs. Bevan J enkcn 'of
Ancient, Sunday and had an Kokomo, Ind. i p nding a few
enjoyable time. day j with .her father, J 1m
Mr. and Mr , Charle . M ;gan 'Wil n an j brother, Robert.
ahd children of Dayton wert: Mr. and Mr-. W.illiam mith
week end guests of the latter' . an? dau Man ,I!. u
' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D nald MI S. Ralel
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h, B an
Bai I'd of the Gehhart Roact. I tUI hOI11 la fuesl1ay
Mr. and Mrs. Leon . ali bury .even1l1' fr om t the .
of Washin ton C. H: 'were Smokey r h y -w re
Sunday evenin 'caller of Mr . ' , Sunday ni ght )' uest ' of Mr.
Nettie Emrick Mrs. John C mpton f AshVIlle,
Mrs. Nellie' Monto'omery and N. C: .
daughter, Miss Cleo, of Dayton .MI, and Mr. .Ra f!1 n j
were Sunday afternoon caller on had" as, theIr
of Mr. and Mrs Lester Kenrick u t I hUi d!ly MI. and
and Mr. and' Mr Walter Mr. mlth of the
. K nrick. . . Eleaz r neigh orhood, . Mr .
Mr and Mr Wilbur Clark Hel n Maxey and two ' chI ldren
and . r. and Mr'. Claude Riggs (f ng' h, Cal. a.nd Mr .
of Dayton motored to Oxford Mal Katlllyn Mclnhr , and
College , unday. morning, then Haine enj yed a few
pent the afternoon in Cincin." da va ati on in Canada re.
nati.. cent! .
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Alhrig:ht Mr. and Mrs. Evan Bogan
and daughter, Virginia L e f called on Raleigh Bogan's Sun-
Los An ele, Cal., spent ,t day a,ft moon, Mrs. ' Mary
\ ek with their aurit,' Mrs. Seth Bogan I' turne j home with '
Fuma and famlly. I
Th ic cream ocial n the tlem. .
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Haines
lawn at Lytle Church Satprday enjoyed visiting with their
evenin ', S onsored by ' the I
youth Fello\\l hip, was att nded frien i, Mr. Floyd . lit and of
. Rich uare, N; C. at th home
by a large cr wd .:md netted the 7 Harry Wri ht' 1\1 Hi ohland
un f Ik , $86. ' n Sun ia aft rn i1.
Mr. artd Mr . re a i{ke John Wil on had the mis-
and ' on, L,e td James ar
vacationin with f>elatives in fortune to fall at his house and
Virginia. injure hi back. He is confined
Mr: and Mr. Ralph Ham. t hi . b d. ' I .
mond and children, and Mr. and Mrs. G 1arley Laird
Janet, with fri nds fro m Dayton f Gflmden w re gu st of their
and . 'Ridgevill e motored . to iaught r on day last week . .
R nfro Valley, Ky. Sunday. M'arilyn Sue Smith ' and
Mrs. Loyd Davi . of Wayne ' . friend, Sylvia Ames were over-
ville vLited lr I' cousin, Mr. and ni ht gut: t.s of Raleigh Bogan
' Mrs. Walter Kenrick, Monday . and wife, Monday nite.
afternoon. Mrs. Audrey Haines - had
Mr. ' and Mrs. John Chandler charge of our church service
have sold their farm to Mr. S_u_n_d_a_y_:____ __
'/7 I ICT
':::J,.aph-J-ile
by Jane Fite
J nev r th u ht f " unt em
E iii -" . a I the r a L h i her
iO' llty.nine years ' r, ' ef ull v,
liv d full, all] wfl: n f tlie!
's,\ ,eet t ladie'" I' e e er kn ') wll
everal m nth ' ag '
t h a r ti I a p pea r-e i i n t 11 a y -
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NOTICE OF APP91NENT
Notic i ' . h rei 'iven that
Ida M. Wi al \Vh ,' , ,t fi "
a j :lre_ is V\ a nes ille, hi )
H.. R J ha: be ' n iul . "
a' Ex' ut rix uf the e.:ta te Jf
Pt' t r H. 'v i '11 lat ll f \\ ;1 rren
. C lint , hi ) i e 'L.1S' \.
Da t ' lhi ' f ll gU<: t
J 0-:17.
Til Miami Caz tl
\V:t yn' ' vill L! , hi. N
iay, Augu- t ' 28,
. CARD OF THANKS
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4 3 t
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Wi 11 to expre 111 tl1 anL
t our neighh r an I f ri n is
for thei r many a t of ki nLi ncs -'
h wn \vhil e ' m h u_hrlll d,
da ughter . and on wer )[1 -
fine I to 0; \ h pita!.
Mr. H ' l\\ k
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ton Dail y New - al ut 'Dr, '
Mary.' I \\' :L a ke'd hy a ' -
work ' I' if I kn w th la dy . C.
Jud O' e f the
Ralph H. ar y
Wan 11 C unt ,
Of;)[1al i [ il atush
IN CASE OF FIRE DIAL 2Z22
d tor at Wavn ville. " er-
tainl y", I napp i i n't y' u
know who Che ta Fulmer r
Ernily Post i ?
As a I IHld 111
teeth extracte j la It June La t
Friday it wa the 'picnic I
got my 'mpression for a et f
the pIa tic upper.
Now, I'l! be right pI a d if the
man make them t look ju ' t
like Mrs. B. J' of Furth t.
wn rleaming natural. And if
tho e pia tic imit ati ns d n't
meet this exp ctati)n, up they'll
go n the dre er and tay t11 1''::'
'til cold weather set in and they
tart chatterin '.
Milo B al and. famil y Vi it d
with relative in Miami - ur l' ,
Sunday.'
At Ie s than th C' t of home
cleaning supplies, 'el ctricity
u ect and disappointments,
we can take your clothing,
clean and pres it to your
complete satifadion and r- -
turn it when you want it.

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'ffe tive campaign ' y 1I want at pric s that will save )lOll
money.
Con uit II first bef I' buying campaigns from high-
pre sure outside sal smen.
. .
The Mia:mi Gazette
Mrs. 'rg_e __
lebanon, who w occupy in
_ about ixty days. - . .
. ' Friends are sorry to learn of
the misfortune of Mrs. James '
Wical. While blask-berrying . a
,veek ago she fell in a ground-
hog hole, spraining her left
ankle. She is getting -around
some :with crutches.
Mr. Seth Furnas of Route 2,
attended Yearly' Meeting of the
Friends at Richmond, Ind. last .
week, and was joined Sun-
day by his daughter a '
'Miss Sarah Corine and th Jr . .
Mr. and Mrs. Everett enricK
and children in comp,any with '
tne Hqpkins fam.ily ,of Waynes-
ville., picnicked and fished at
Terrj Moore Springs, Sunday.
Miss Peggy Tumbleson is
. walking with c(illches, . the
suIt of a sprained ankle caused
by stepping in a hole in a field
at the picnic, Sunday.
and Mrs. E. J. Carmony
of Springfield were Sunday
evening guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Clark and Mr. Carmony
showt:d lantern slides of pictures
taken on a recent trip to
California and other Western
sates.
; Miss Martha Coy, a mission.
aG. to India, .prc1ved very inter-
29 The old West here in 30
glowin.1?: Cinecolot, More action
than ever b.efore to clean up a
Western town. .
WILD WEST
. (Cinecotor)
with Eddie Dean, Roscoe Ates,
Also: Three Sto.oJ{es, Musical
and' Cartoon. . , .
AUG 31 the Dorsey 81'0- ' 1
thers are coming to town. Make
a date for this musicilaUgh-
fest.
The Fabulous Do ey.
Tommy' Doreey, Jimmy Dorsey
and Janet Blair.
Also: News and Color Cartoon
3 She's the. girl on the barber 4
shop wall. The most popular
girl in town, the biggest date
. to el1 yours.
CALENDAR .GIRL
Jane Frazee, William Marshall,
Gail Patrick with Kenny, Baker
and Irene Rich.
Plus: Hugh Herbert Comedy
.
ASHMfAO SfRV'ICE . ST AllON
NORTH M!aIN STREET
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
WE ARE READY 'TO SERVE YOU.
II RE.

METHODIST CHURCH
R. B. Coleman. Minister
' unday School 9 :30 a.m,
J . J Rurske, Supt.
Wo r);itip Ser.vice 10 :30 a.m.
y outh Fell ow hip
Thursday, 7 :30 pm.
MT. HOLLY METHODIST
T. M. Scarff, Minister
a,n ext n j ed i ' it, Mr -. \ ' andcr
V )()' t' , si [.;r-ill -I:l \' ,
Ti chen )J' at 'Til
'rv\ r: . Ti -11L:l1 t I I' a 1."1 1 I
' \' ft [' l. " ha lH 11,
' ; k ,
, prill ;": ,"
f Frida \

. \ 1' . ' l1 i \ 1' : . 13 11 '}u' kcll
,Mr. an i Mr-, G. \\. Ph' in
an:l hil iren of ... pring-field all d
Dr. Jale H,u'_ lI l11' an i fanli l v f
::t yh 11 vi: ited thLir aunt,
oct . i\\' ard ', ' u n j a
aft ' rIl L> ).n .
a ni lia uglner, Jt 1an , p ' n
l3 ckett ha\" ha I ' l f t
h lIS": ,l:'lle_l the P'L t \\' k, th ' i r , et'dona. _ oed
n "i ' 'lnd " u: in, ,.., i - Jan t
M;L ' k f in innati'. n Sun ia \ Mr. an j ,Mr-'" K, N. Hau '11
th 13 '(kelt i,\i' , and l1il dren Mrs, \ i ) la Harlall
:! M J I 8
I . tt i and M1'. Harlan arnhart
an L . ,, \ , 111 r. an.
'- 11 and " r, and ML. Eu, 11c: returnei after i iting- relati.
, ' i f ' l II f I'l l Ill' 0" " ' ,1 11 J 'l l ' bur,!.", Il l .
... "ra :11111 ,a t) ""V .l
Frankli n, Mr. an Mr. V\ alt I' R bl: rt
Mr, alli Mr ' . Gi rdol1 l3a 11
mad a tu. ine: tri p t< L ui ' -
Ky. \ \' in'sda)i.
b a cinati oll \I;it h pi I 0 :-<
va " int: , ' e " f 1' 0' I I '"I,
vaccine wi ll au ' 'u ' 11 r a (i l Ii .
egg pr(du-tj 1 i!;.- "
l ay d I' r lice 1.
daill ag
r du' i
. 13 it I' gg' aI" produ ' ed in
h t \\' 'ather if th ') ar galh'red
twi e l r ften 3r a hy apd 'H"
, k P t i 11 wi r n t:l i n I" ina
01, humid 1'0 , III unt il '011.
, May I' and MI" , al'l ani fan'lil y f 1:::0 d, In t
and Mr. an:! Mr_. Hiram callei at th
3
h me ( f Mr5.. A mineral mi :dur for hin
Morr.i torn f Harv
have r tu rned to th ir h 0 ' an be l11ade fr 111 2
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m
E.' A. Earnhart, Supt.
IN CASE OF FIRE DIAL 2222
Wor hip ' Service 10,:3 0 a.m.
Evening Servi ce . 7 :30 p'.m.
-
ST. MARY'S
Samuel N. Keys, Minister
7 :30 a. m. , Ante.C mmuni n
10: 0 a. m., Morning Pray ' I'
UTICA E. U .. B. CHURCH
Rev. A. J. Furstenberger
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
Mrs. James Garrison, Supt.
Preaching. 1 st and 3 rd Sundays
each month ' 10 :30 a.m.
fRIENDS 4
First Day School' 9 :30 a.m.
M eting f .r W rShip
10 :30 a.m.
ST. AUGUSTINE
father Krumholtz, Priest
Mass 7 :30 a.m. and '9 :00 a.m.
f rom, a fi sh;n g : ,'"1 i n n,'liana. ' aturday aftern n, ' pounds i odized alt, 40 I un j '
" r. an i M r.: , ,' Ledin ' In g' al ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. E'lI' n. f pul
v
' rize i lime 1 11 , and 4
and famil y of Gr enfi I i \\. r hart and dau 'hter, Rut h an t pound or t eam 'd \J ne meal.
un iay g'u t , 'f Mr -. Mi ' s 0 nna Ha:!iL: attell ti e i It can e fed y mi xing ci g- llt
parent , Mr. an Mr. Howard a party at Chautauqua n p lind f the ml ine i min r-
Coll in. Thlll'sda. evening. , . als with 92 pound f the PI' .
Mr, and Mr. and Mr . aul Maun ' , tein suppl m nt b in . use:!. Thi '
an:! au 'hter ' , Jan t ' Ln ti and Jimmy E\ ing \\ill pen mineral mi x in in ,
Barba.ra ret urn :i h 111 ... un'ia ' th ir vatati n with r Iative ' in cal ium, and phosphoru .
f WIll a t hr e k' _ t ur of til Penn I ani a the l att er part f
'vVe tern Unit "d tates. thi s week. '
Mr. and Mrs. Cli ff rd D t I' M'r. an j Mr' . Milt n Thinne'
an dau 'hter, hal' n f pri ll - an j dauo'hter f Mi 1dletowrl
fi I j \\ ere ue t unda f Mr. \ver o'u ts of Mr. and Mr.
Do tel' parent, Mr. and Mrs. E \ 'in Ramby, the past \\ ek.
H rbert 0 ter, Mr. an j Mr ' . Frank Hawk
The Advi ory C 'lInci! m t an:i son and Mr . Winifre i HarL
Friday even in&, at the h m" f s k an j a id are 'u t t
, Mr. Will' Lewl and daug'ht ' 1' , Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hawk ".
in the Silver Grove 'C mmllnit . ' Walter Hain of Wilmin '.,
SON BORN fon and \ViI n heph rd an:!
Ann un ement is ' ing. made f amil f Oa ,t n p ' l1t lIn-
of th 1 irth of a n named, day with relative ' her .
Edwa.r j Ell en ,t Cpl. an
Pull et whi h wer \
CUSTOM
. BAIL.'ING
WANTED! ,
Bill Hisey
Mr . Eug n Cl ark. The Mr. R. B. P tel' I' turned
paternal grandparent ar' Mr. fr 111 t. Cl u i, ' Fla., Friday
FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST and ,Mrs. Roy Clark f Hal' e: _ aft I' attendin the funeral of
OF CHRIST burg. ' ' ,\ ', hi hI' ther, Lee P teL .
Rural Route No. 3
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
, Ralph E. Stinson, Minister Mr. and Mrs. James Thorn. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Asbury
HOURS:
9-12 each morning
1-5 afternoons except
Wednesday
7-9 Saturday evening
Other evenings by

TELEPHONE 62-R
Dr. C. E., Wilkin
Optometric Eye Specialist
26 South. Detroit Street
XENIA, OHIO
.D ...... ___ .. ___ .
Bible School 9 :30 a.m. bury anj Mr, and Mr ' . Ral ph had as week end gll e t the
Morning , Worship to :30 a.m. Nill 'are enjoying a vacati n latt 1" m th r, ,Mr. A. C.
Youth ,Meeting 7 :30 p.m. touring point f int ere t i n Gres Ie, of Da ton.
E t ablished in 1.392 '
Adult Prayer Meeting 7 :30 p.m. Kentll kyo Phil Co n , and famil y and
EvangeJistic Service Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cl ark an j Z Ima Girard and Warren and
, 8 :15 p.m. Mrs. Ralpl1 Rich weI' , rent John sp nt unday with R. B.
A friendly hurch- with ague t of Mr. and Mr . Harry and wife.
Gospel Message Tucker of Duncan Fall, hi. Mi s Rayl ynn Cral be wilT
- Mr. and Mr . John P t rs n vi it friends in Roch t r, N. Y.
WAYNESVILLE and Mr. Robert Glenn of Cin. on her vac;;tti c)!1 the latter ' part
CHURCH OF CHRIST ci nnati \i er gu-e t at the of thi w ek.
Robert L. VanZile, Minister ' , Beckett home', Sunday. Mr and Mr; Mil o ,Milt n-
Bible School 9 :30 a.'m. SCHOOL OPENING ber and chilllren heve re-
Communion 10:30 a.m. The Harv ysburg chool will turn dafter ' a vacati n in
Sermon 11 :00 a.m. resume es ion I Tu sday ept. Flordia.
Evening Servke 8 :00 p.m. 2. High . chool attendant re- Grandma hin Ie returned
' gistered and ,el cted their ', home Thursday aft r a deli ght.
curriculum la t w ek. ftll vi it with her i tel' in Day-
ton. "
FOR FIFTY-FIVE YEAR THI
FUNERAL , HOME
HAS OFFERED THE COMMUNITY
A COURTEOUS AND GENTEEL
ERVICE
McClure Funeral Home
TELEPHONe 2111
Mr A. S. Collett returned
I---r---r-er home Wed1i'esday even'.-
ingfollowing a ,15 days t our of
:J-l'ienJ. -.J/:ome
FRIENDS HOME
Mrs. Charles Bogan of W 11
man , spent S(\turdaywith
Charl e , h pherd and f.amilY.
" Mr. an Mrs. Paul Kuntz of
, I
Canada and Alaska. "
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gilliam,
and family of New Yqrk City
ar:-e 'the house guests of M.r. and
Mrs. William Gilliam.
The progressive Club of the
A. M. E. Church in Wilmington
enjoyed their Annual picnic
Sunday, when ' members and
their families assembled on the
lawn at the home of Mr. anel
Mrs. Lew Walsh in Harvey .
burg. '
FORMER RESIDENT DIES
, Mrs. EmrnaElIis, 89, fonner
resident , of the village , pas ed
away at J:>robasc0 Nursing
Home, Wilmington, Wednes- ,
day. Services were ' conducted
in Xenia Friday and
burial was made in Miami
Cemetery.
Mrs. Laura Shidaker left
Dayton, Wednesday evening
for N. Mexico
where she will remain' for
severat" months, as the house
guest of her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mn . Clint
Grey. -
Mrs. Carl Vander Voost and '
son of P1ttsbui:g, Pa. returned
to their home f'riday
'Mi ' se ' Ruth and Elizabeth
Chandler have returned from
a three weeks vacation ill
Massachusetts, northern New
Yo.rk, and Vermont. , '
, ' Miss' Mary Boston of, Pendl e-
ton, Ind. is now a permanent
member of the Friend's Hom ...
family. .,
Dr. Emma Holloway and
Mis's Olive Williams left Thurs
day to' attend Indiana Yearly
Meeting at Pendleton, Ind. and
to visit relatives at other points
in IIidiana. . , '
Mrs. Lucile spent
and" Friday with ,
cousin" ,Miss Glenna Marsh, in '
Dayton. , " ,
Mrs." Evalyn Peterson attend-
ed . the reunions of the Mac.
Millan and families
near Wilmington , this week.,
Clark ville 'called n' Ray '
Mainous and family, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
call eo on Earl Hook and family
near Harvey burg, Friday, ,
Mrs. P. G. Herbert of Cl eve- '
land i visiting with her sister,
MFs. R. B. Coleman.
, WANTED
DEAD STOCIt
HORSES - $10.00 '
COWS - $12.00
HOGS -$3.00 cwt.
Acc.rdln. to liz Condition
Also, All SMALL 'STOCK,
REMOVED PROMPTt. Y
Phone '
XENIA
1712 '
WILMINGTON
2362
........ Cheri",
I " DON'T FORGET
For Inaurance At A Saving. See
Francis Gene BroW"n
Wa)'lleeville Phone- or Call CODed Wilmington 2111
-
) ,
Whether It Be ' Clothes or School Supplies . ,. .
We have values that wilt cut the co t of your Children
"back.to-school.bills" to a 'minimum. We ha vtl lu s on
, all school needs that wili ave you money. Why not 'come
in today. '
, , '
Hyman's Dept. , Store
I
: .
, ,/
. ' ,
, "
, .
I
_ of the B tyd of '
. rru tee f Publi c ffai r
Charl es Jam s CI rk
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The ,Mi amI. Gazett
'\ \) 1 \ hi I
ThLir - jay, .Augu' t
aO'e 8
43 ,1
1,947
CLAsSIIlED AD ' RATES
25 words or lea Ol''"'" i
' lI1 way 0 ligat the State ,f
Ohio to r pair pavc m '0 1'
r adway urfa 'e ' dama ':ed h
the re pair, r 111 val In .tl1 a-
t ion f u urfa utIlit y lII1 e' , Atte t : Chari ' Jame-, I rk
NOW, THEREFOR9. ._;; ,.,. - 2838
COTTAGES FOR, SALE C
Bacb addt+ .... -
Are you affecte1 by the 1 r - . "Va 't) t vili , tate of , hi
AUCTIONEERING
STANLEY and KOOGLER!
BBODBS LICBNR
I:.oana-
LAND -AN-S-: t
For - RebuUdinI -
BuYtng. 4% Pann loans with long
...,t.o pay. Pay part or all any
.
Ii'EBANON FARM LOAN
ASS'No Ellis. H. sturm. Sed'1-
Trees.. Lebanon. Ohio. Phone '"8
Traveler Trunlc ,
Hi gh, J Heavil
nd, G d Can ition.
, . A. K. Day, Phone is 2.
. - 8-2
sent h u in . sh 'rtage? Or ar.l! ECTION I, :; If \ herel:
you a victim of conditions that dared t be in t h pubhc ror D&tes, PbOlle 18M,
require y u to li ve: in a st ru tere t that the can f aid 0Ia10. ReverIe 0h&rgeI _
undo irable ,and village be, 1\ nd aid con ent
t bur_elf? If ,we may hereby i , giv n t o the
solve your pr Il em with our ment of Hi !)' hways f th tate
. '- " . tc
Real E.tatt, For Sale--
! t
[P YOV., BAO' A PROPERTY OR
rAlUt TO SBLL oau or Write
0Qn Henderson. Tel. KE3446. 617
Loftin Aye .. Oblo. tfc
NOTICE'
Seal'ed bids will b rece ived
by t h Board of Tru tees of
Public Affairs of Vill a e of
Wa tat of Ohio, at
the office of said board until
twelve ,'lock n ' on, August
29, 194 i, fo r" furnishin'g the
necessar labor ' and materials,
for the installati on and coo1-
pleti'on of 'a new water main
from the two existing wells to
REA-- -L-ES-T-I'\ .... ' water main at the .intersection
of Mill and , Main s treets for
co.zy cotag s w are f Ohi fo r aid Departmer:t to
for sale. maintain fhe travell ed p rtl n5
These cott ages are beautiful of the State Hi ghways h rein-
and dural Ie in ' an equal meas- before et out.
ure. They 'are designed to meet , SECT ION 2: Clerk
the , approval qf the most be, and he h reby i , directed
discr,eet. They afford ample to furni h to th Director
rooni, measuring 10 feet by 24 Hi ghways and to, the Boar.d, at
feet .. The floors are constructed County Commis ioners of War-
of pine wood and the. cottage ren County,. Ohi o,. ,a
itself ' is fully insulated m order copy of thIS Ordmance Im-
to protect you from the. cold of mediately ' upon the taking
winter and,the heat of summer effect thereof.
They , are weathe:r-boarded and ' SECTION 3: That this Ordi-
in addition to this they are roof- nance shall take . effect and be
ed wth asbestos. in , force from and after the
We prefer that you under- earliest period allowed by law.
stand these structures are ac- Passed: August 18, 1947
NORRIS BROOK COMPANY - ,
01nclmla.t1 UrJon Stock Yards
Live Wire and Pril8Tees1ve. An
'orga.n12eJt1on aeoond to none,
Sbr1ctly ee1le1'8. an the beet
au 8.1'OUIld DlM"ket In tile
cmmtry. '
Service That Bath"e.
' WHIO 12:30 E. T '
DIal 1300 OtncllDllAtt
12:40 D1&t 'l00 for OUr
Markel; R,eport.
DON' t , FORGET TO CALL supplying, water to the Corpora-
us for Insurance. All types of tion and the inhabitants thereof
Insurance at a . savings. Call in .accordance with plans and,
Francis Gene Brown, 'phone specifications on file in said
Waynesville 2935 or , call office, and 'titled, "Proposed
collect. 2111. Water Main for
Ohio, .. Drawing No; 46083 / 1
SALE and No. 46083 / 2." The work
tuany NOT cabins. They are Warren Braddock, Mayor
. Cgttagea, copied after attrac. ' ________
tive homes, giving you com-
plete modern interior and ex- BOY'S BICYCLE,. 2'4 inch. covered by the sp'ecifications
Bob Kenrick, 'Lytl . consists of all ,
6
' , 394 ' equipment, " apphances and
7 . - {; materials and performing all
Hoa_hold - Qperations necessary fof' the
installation . of the new water
PIANO' FOR SALE-Katheri'ne mains for the' Village, 'Of
Mendenhall, Main .st., Phone Waynesville, OhiO, in full' and
2635 Waynesville, Ohio. to the c9mpl ete satisfaction .of
, -8-28 the Village. The work shall m-
elude 'all pipes, valve,
FOR - Dining Room boxes, fire . hydrants, c'Onnect-
Table and Si x Chairs, Walnut ing into existing mains and re-
Finish ; 3' Upholstered Living storing streets, sidewalks, etc.,
Room Chairs. Route 73,
Third House from 48 Toward to their .orginalcondition. The
Waynesville. Any time after following li sted materi al will be
5 :00 p. m. Elmer Scott, furnished by the Village free of
cost to the contractor, and in-,
Waynesvi:l1 e, Ohio, - 9-1 1 stalled -oy the contractor: (1)
Electrical 1080 lin. ft. of 4 .i n. cast iron ,
bell and spi got pipe,' for 150 lbs.
FOR SALE - 110 GALLON Isq. in. pressure, in 18 ft.
terior design. '
Of course you see
to knew What we are meanmg,
hence if you are interested, may
we extend our invita-
tion to you to come to Peer's
Lonesom'e Pine Tavern at State
Routes 48 and 73 ' ( south of the
flasher light) Here you can
without obligation, the type of
cottage we. describe here. The
one which' you can purcl.lase,
delivered within a 20 mile
radius of Dayton, Ohio for only
$650.00. Terms are availaqle if
you wish with but one-third
down.
I PEER'S LONESOME PlNE
AGENCY . ,
Phone Dayton 3 3
, -adv 3.828 ,
Electro-M.aster water heat er, lengths; (_) three (3) four
g00d conditi'On ; al so Antiqu'e inch' (4in.) iron ,body' valves ORDINANCIE NO. '195
. Walnut' dresser. Phone 293'1 'th b II d
WI e en s. . , (Section 11 7 2 , Ollio
, -394 Each bid must contain the General Code) ,
AUTOMOBILES-, . full name of every person or GRANTING DIRECTOR OF
company interested in the same, HIGHWAYS AUTHGRITY TO
FOR SALE - DODGE FOUR and be' accompanied by a bond ' MAIINTAIN STATE HIGH-
doo'r Sedan, excelletlt con- in the sum of 'One-half of , WAYS INSIDE VILLAGE
dition; Phone 2723, Wayne, submitted bid to the sat isfaction CORPORATION
vi_ll_e _____ _ -"'i'--_9_4_c of the Board of Trustees of WHEREAS The Director of
LIVE Publi c Affairs, or a certifi ed unde:r Sec. '1.1 78-42
.on some saIyeDt of the General Code of Ohio, is
FOR SALE YEARLING a guaranty If bId IS authorized to maintain exten-
Duroc Boar, registeied. See a, WIll be en- sions of state highways
Morri s Brown, Rt. 1, Spring tered , mto and Its performance the limits of a village, and
Vall ey. , Phone , Centervill e properLy .secured. Should WHEREAS, Extensions of
7020. - 394 bid be check: WIll State Route Nos, 73 .and U: S. '
HELP WANtED- MALE be forthwith ' retl:1rned to .. the Route 42 lie within this
bidder, and should any bId and
WANTED-G'ROCERY
C L E R K; Opporturiity ' to
learn meat cutting. M,odern
store, Good Wages R. B,
Stewart Dot Food S ore.
, " " 914c
I' MUST GET A
in this community' to ,work with
our District Manager. Must
,nil ve car and be 0ver 25 years
of age'. Ihis w<frk is in line with
the Greater Food ' Production
Program. Per1l1anent work,
good for man 'who has '
live'd on farm,. Write cl ,o this,
paper.
DoGS' FOR SALE
Cocker Spaniel- , Blonde Color,
Registered, Six Months Old.
" Robert Berry" Phone 2987
, , -8-28
WANTED- MISC.
WANTED-Work On Farm,
By Week or Shares. Lester
Younker, Rt. 3 Waynesville,
Ohio. -3911
accepted such will pe re- 'The .wqrk pro-
upon th.e proper execu- posed -to pe authorized under
bon an,d securmg of the con- this ordinance shall be restdct-
tract. ed to general maintenance of,
Bidders are requested to uSe the travelled roadway surfaces
the ' printed form will of the Highways he!eit:t -
furnished , on apphcatlOn,. before set out, ' and ,
The right ,is reserved to re- WHEREA?', It is
ject an and bids. th this shan not m
WE PAY FOR
COWS $1'2; , $10;
$ 3 cwt.
ACCORDING TO SIZE AND 'CONDITION '
, AU.
X E N I A Fertilizer
......
Char ...
454
L G. Bu .., lac.
Armitage & Son
TELEfBONES,
1011
MORROW No. I . '
i..EBANON Offlee " 'SK
RES. U8L
SAND and GRA VE,L
BlACK .. TOP DRl VE.S
TAR aDd ROAD OIL
LAWN allCl FILL DIRT
. READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING and 'DUMP 'TRUCK SERVICE
. Get Ready forWinfer
Select YOUR OIL BURNING STOVE from our full stock
SUPER FLAME .
HEATROLA
COLEMAN
DUO .. THERM
. . For Immediate Delivery

I
. &
80
ELECTRIC
,HOT
WATER'
HEATERS
ELECTRIC
WASHING
MACHINES
KITCHEN
RANGES , .
NOW '
IN STOCK
Limited
Quantity
'Combination
. 'Deep DWFERENT MAKES
, .
sHAIl.ow WEll Elec. Water System DEEP WELL
-
'Fairley Hdwe. Slare
6 - BIG STORES-.-6
PRONE 2441 WAYNESWJ.E, OHIO
,Tickets For Show
. ,
Still Available .-
-Th' D MI- am' II CHANGE CELEBRATION DATES TO
IJ I ,-INCLUDE -DltCUS ON MONDAY ,
This is, the last opportunit.
t pur ha e ti k t fr m the
Bantt ' Boo tel' Clul f r tlla t
'marvelous hQw "Blaze of
Noon" that will h shown at the
local Twin Th atre on ept. 9
GAZETTE
La t minut arrang- 111 III
h a ve b e,n 111 a j e by t 11 ' 1 u i_
. ntenuia,l OI111l1 itt ' or the Big Circus Here
Monday Sept. 15 , (Tue day; matin e and ' even.
"ing.) Matinee in the aftem n
and evening performance at 7
and 9. Paul haf.er, own r of
the theatre ha donated the use
of the faciliti th re f r thi
show.
This is P itiv Iy the first and
last time thi s first-run picture
will be h wn in Wayne ville.
Mr. hafer had it b ked t he
ShOW\l here in N(we mher but
has made it po sibl e for the
Band Boosters to have the ad.
vantage of ' it popularit y. ,Pro-
ceeds fJ:om this show will
used for" the promotion , f thc
local school band.
A few tickets still a vail.
able but will he Id out hefor _
the date of showing, ept. 9.
Sept. 8' Final
Date. For Derby
The Sesquicentennial ' Soap
Box Derby scheduled to be hel i
on Saturday,. Sept. 13., is r -
ceiving entrants fodhe race and
offiCial entry blanks have been
issued for each entrant to fili
in an Sign. These blanks can he
obtained from Mr. Bob Mehaffie
or at the Miami Gazette office.
Acco,rding to the applicati on
' blank, applicants must be be-
tween tDe ages of 0 and 15
" yeo/s" a resident of. Wayne vill e
or vicinity, and other specifica-
.tioijs regarding ca'rs, t eering '
apparatus, and rules for signing
, the application.-
The final date for acceptari e
of applications is Sept. 8. All
b ys- who plan to be in this ra e
should sign up at onc to be
eligible.
WClJ)', SEPT. 12
AT LEBANON ,
The Warren County W. C. T.
U. Convention will be held on
Friday Sept 12, at the Presby-
terian Church, Lebanon, com-
mencing at 10 a. m. There will
be a covered dish dinner at
..... The pubfic is invited to
,attend; bring a covered' qish,
simowich:es and table service.
Mrs. ' MalTlie T. EnSign is thc
guest speaker.
ESTABLlS.HED 1 50
. NO t
WI A Y N E S V ILL E .. 10.
Oct. 1 Set' ' As
Publication 'Date
The Se quicent ennial editiori
of the Miami Gazette will 'be
puhli h d f lI owing the cele-
bration being held her ept.
13, ' 14 and 15. It will include
all of the affairs and e vent of
the Celebrati on and many,
pictures of ' the event will b
shown.
Ori inally it was planned to
produce this edition so it would
I e ready by the date of ,the
elebraton but it was later de-
cided that by adding the ,events
of the Celebration it would
make the edition of much more
interest.
The tenative date for the
finishing 'of the work on the
publication is set at Oct. 1.
Books will be ready on or about
that date and those who have
ordered thefr copies to be mailed
will receive them shortly after
that time. Persons who will call
for their copies can receive
them at the Gazette office.
Funeral
Mt Holly' ..
t ; ,
David "Buck" Lucas 'Of Mt.
Holly; age 66, died Thursday
morning at , St. Elizabeth
Hospitaf, Dayton of injuries re-
ceived, when hit by a car on
State Route 42 on Tuesday.
He is survjved by his wife,
Anna; fol.lf sans, James at home,
Raymond of Reeseville, Earl of
Highland .. county, Ernest of
Midland City; a daughter, Mrs.
Dena Thompson of Midland
City; ' a half-brother, Sam
Jackson of Hillsbo,ro.
Funeral serviCes , ,vere con-
ducted. \ at . the Mt. Holly
Methodist Church Sunday at
2 :00' p. m. ' with Rev. Merrill
Scarff officiating. ,
Burial ' under ,the direction of
Mclure Funeral 'was
in Middlerun Church
Cemete"ty. '
, " ---...
BUSINESS INJURIES OCCUR IN
HELD AT SCHOOL ' TWO. CAR COlliSION
Mrs. Hiram George" First Mrs. Chester Henderson and
Grade teacher of HarveysJ)urg two children were cut about ' the
held a meeting , at the head and' face Labor Day. when
School building, ' Friday after - their car and a car belonging
noon fOT the' Mothers who had to a man from Dayton crashed
children entering school in head on. ,The aCCident occurred
September. in front of the' L. A. Jacobs
meeting was well at_ home, Mr. L. C. Caudili took
tended and' the Mothers said, : the injured to ,Blairs Hosp'ital
they gaineCi' valuable where their injuries were
,tion. As Mrs. George went over dressed. , It required several
the 'work for year in a very stitches to Lire the wounds.
manner.
After the mee,ting cooling
refreshments were ,served.
IiAPPY HOUR ,CLUB
MEETING, OcrOBER
The Happy Hour .cluQ will
'not hold the meeting in
ber., The first meeting of , the
fall season "till be held Oct. 1 4
at the home of Mrs. Keller
Hoak.
'fN CASE OF FIRE. DIAL 2222
,CROCKETT NAMED
IN' HONOR LIST AT OSU '
, Of the total of 47 Ohio State
' Unive'rsity sel'lidrs graduated
,with special , honors in their
fields of study at the slimmer
ceremonies at 9 :00 a. m. Fri-
'Aug. 29, was included the
name of Roy' E. Crockett,
Waynesville, cum in the
of Arts and Sciences,
with a degree of bachelor ,of
"rts.'
: PE'R YEAR 5C A
THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 4, 1.
CORWIN PLANT STARTS
CORN PACK WEDNESDAY
Roxanna Canning Co. started
canning the 194 7 pack f corn
at the Corwin plant on Wednes-
day morning of this week: They
report the qualit. t the corn
and it quantity i hey' nd ex-
pectations and that they
to have a very g ad ea on.
The new caf tena was u eli
thi week at the C rwin plan,t
and , it is report d that excep-
ti onall y cYood meal' ,are bein '
served there.

: NEWS
HIGH SCHOOL HAS
COMPLETED FACULTY
At the Wayne Township H.igh
School an enrollment of 134 in
the High School and 90 in the
seventh and eigth grad,es )Vas
reported as of Tuesday of this
week. This number will increase
slightly when the full tudent
body is present.
Miss Florence Foxbower has
accepted the position as Com-
mercial instructor at the High
School after resigning a 'like
position at Beavercreek school.
S,he ' ear re-.
Signed to accept a pOSition af
Wilmington College. She re-
cently reSigned there to take
the position at
later decided to return here.
The local schoo] now have a ,
, full compliment of teachers.
The Band under the direction
of Mr. Don Gahri i bu ily
engaged in "practic for their
at the local S squi.
,'centennial Celebr ation and also
at the Warren County Fair in
Lebanon.
* * *
GRADE BUILDING HAS
RECORD
The enrollment at the grade
school this year is v,ery high.
Three hundred twer , pupils
were enrolled on Tuesday
' morning, 'Yith a possibility of
, a few niOr,e coming later,
Enrollment. by grades is as
in lu -i n f M IHI l3rnth'r.
in tIle ev ilt - f the CeIL.
bration hedul ed fe r n ' xt \\"k
Th dates ortrinall. 'et-L1\
fo'r the Celebration ,w"re , " pt.
12, 13 and 14. H.Dwev r in e
the circu cann t 1lppl?ar eXC 'pt
111 Monday, Sept. 15, the
:ommittee ha - hang-Cd the ,
dates of the qui t: nt"I1ni al
Celebrat i nt , aturdav, LInda
and Monday, ept. I " 14 anli
15,
A',5 previ u ly c::che :lule i the
parade, hoI' eshoe pit hin Q'
events , and fireworks will 1 'e
held on Saturday. Th oap
Box , Derby that \\ia t have
been on Friday' will , al - be
Saturday. The event ,for un-
day have been unchanged.
Memorial services of the com-
bined churches will be held on
<;unday morning at 11 :30
This will b followed by a picnic
dinner and the afternoon will
be devot ed, to speech hy om
outstanding peakerS b-
tained by the Committee.
On Monda:)! , ept. 15 the
Monroe, Bros, Circus will b th
highlir-ht of the day.
'Parade Promises , .
Peak Performance
A, H. "Cap" in the
role f chailJ1un ,0 .. b.e. ...
centenni al Parade Committee,
has arranged for one of the best'
pa'rade this' community has ever
wihie ed with tw nty- five O'!'
more f l oat ;.wet1.t.y-t -thirty
ri Hng, horses, everal old
ies, urreys, '!l team of ox n,
automobil es, bicyc,l e , and many
other vehicles both old and new.
Aoyone de iring to ent r thi 0
parade, 'C pecially with h rse
an j old vehicles or aut mobiles
will contact Mr. tubbs an i
make arran "emcnt .
"Friendship Night"
At ,Miami O. E. s.
On M nli d , \'t. 15 at 2,
and p. 111. the Monro \
Circu will al pear in Waynes-
ville at Wayn Park _p n ored
by the ' Se qui . nte.nniaJ Com-
mitte a a art f the. ele-
brati Il 'llanncd for thre
' p1. 13 14 ani 15.
The irclI ' \\ (1 . founded in
1 9 0 h, M nroe
famous international clown.
Thi i it 42 nd '(lIlI)Ual tour.
Among the man}
will be found aerial a.ct , per.
formin
lY
animal, medy acro-
ats, ducated dog:, ponies, '
monkey , arid man .o thers. ,
Preceedino- ach performance
a musical c n rt will he iven
n the $5,0 aliope.
The circl! 'will b -hawn, rain'
or shine, '
It has been ann unced that '
the I cal chool ; will be dis-
missed early in rder for the
students t el'\j v the circus per-
formance,
. Methodists Holding
Picnic At Mason
.
The annual pknic of t,he '
Warren Count M thodist y
Brotherhood wil1'Qe heler at the .
Ma on Mth di t Church next
-'StlAfiay
The p'rogram con i ting of
g od mu ic and an addr s by
Dr. Jamc Thnmrt; of the outh
Park Methodist Church, will
start at ,4-:60 p, 111. fol wed-by
. a picnic, dinner on the church
lawn.
All Methodist In n are urged
to attend bringing th ir famili es
a picnic ba ket.
Max Randall Will
Become Miss,ionary
Miami Chapter No. 107, O. he will leave ihat pastorat,e to
E. S. will meet 111 regular session become a mis ionary in South
on Monday evening, Sept. 8 at Af'
Max Randall, former minister
of the local Church f Christ
and now located in Redwood
Falls, Mmn. IS announcmg that
. ht ' I k 'F' d I' N' ht'
'follows:
First grade
Second ,grade
Third grade
,Fourth
'Fiftl:1 grade
Sixth grade
elg 0 c oc. nen SlIp Ig , ' Mr. RandaiI and Marion
is being observed .and all the , McKee of Indianapolis will
53 in District 21 are in- ,leave by Clipper plane next
51 vi ted and some outside Chap- July f for South Africa where
52 ters are included. Several grand they expect to establish a
58 chapter officers and grand rep- college fo,r ministerial' training,
56 resentatives will , be among the and to ,establish missions among
50 honored guests. , whites ami n,egroes. They plan
,All Miami Chapter members to make their headquarters in
, .
Total 320
Mrs. Hastings and Miss
W<\lker will have first grade;
Mrs. Kersey will h'ave second;
Miss Hardin third; Mrs. Paine
a second and third combination;
Mis McKiit , eY fourth'; Day
fifth; Mrs. Sheehan fourth and
fifth; Mrs. Elzey sixth.
' INSPECTION AT ,
GRANGE" SEPT. 6
The regular meeting of
Farmers' Grange No. 13 will be
held Saturday evening, Sept. 6
8 :30 p. m.
There will be inspection con-
ferring of 3rd and 4th degrees
and refreshments. .A large
attendance is desired.
a're asked to provide salad, and Johannesbu'rg: . , '
sandwiches. A lovely program Mrs. Rand,all and Mr . McKee'
is being ' arranged. and their families will leave t()1
,SPECIAL ADDRESS AT
UTICA U. ,B. CHURCH"
A special address will be de-
livered at the Utica E. U. B.
Church Sunday ' morning at
10:30 o'clock by the pastor, '
Rev. A. J. ,Furstenberger on the
Subj ect "The Second Coming
of Christ."
The community is Invited to
hear, this address a it relates to
, the generation in whicli we live.
This is th.e Ia.st service
before Annua'l CorJikence to be
held at Miami Camp, German.
town, Sept. t 5 to 1 7.
join the'ir husbands ' on Oct. i,.
1948.
Mr. has been taking
flight ,in,strucfiohs since May
and is now a 'full fl edged pilot,
and owns and operates a Tay.
' Iorctaft plane which he has '
been using in his work. t1e reO'
cently completed a trip' from
Indianapolis to Flordia. He
plans to work out of Redwood
Falls for the next few months
in covering the greater part' of
the United States to acquaint
Churches of Christ with the '
work he plans to do in South
Africa. .
, ,
<
Mr. and Mr , M. T. vVil i l11 :t n BRIDGE CLUB AT
and dau",'hter - of L bm'bu ', Mr, HOME
r
and Mr. Jame \-\ ilull,an I' Mr. and Mrs, Rhoc.it:s Bunn II
__ ,_and 'Rv:Jo ent rtained th ir CluL)
s 11 : Mr. and Mr_', Bal'b on Fri a.y enin ' at their h me
Wildman -Earnhart
'Wedding Monday
..
Pink an i white gl a ii nli an i
purpl a_ters L hr \'e an i ar lind
t h in th ' li\ing r m
an aUra ti v setting f( r
the w j ing , f ML ' Erne tine
Earnhai"t and Mr. Jam s
\Vil man at til hom' f t h
bride " far nt, Mr. and
Erne: t A. Earnhart, n ar Mt.
H II!; on M n iay enll1 at
seven 0' I k. Th -l1upti, I ' n '\
wa li O' htecl I y whit l amp at
either n f the fire 1a .
Rev. T. M. arff, pa tor f
the Mt. H 11 Meth i t Chur h
- ,
read the d 'ubI ring s rvic .
Prec din ,' the c r m n
Miss Na mi Earnhart, u in of
the brid , pre nt j a pI' ram
of nuptial mu ie, t'B cau e, I
L v Y u Truly' an , a c m-
SESQUICENTENNIAL
COMMITTEE
OHIO
Pre
,ONE , DAY
MONDAY
, ,
SEPTEMBER 15
panied 'the 1 ri I > " I rother \Vh
san eY, "Pr J'mi: ' MI2 ."
1\\ r .... . R I r t B n ham, c u" i n
) f the hride, wa ' I,ler nl y at-
t niant. C;h \\'as attn tivel\'
WI1 i in a ale I.IUt! .;: t r -t
dress O'otd accessor-
i ani \\' re a arnati n
r a ' "
Th hrid \\'ho ame 10 \\'11
the t eautiful _tairwa v with and
\\'a giv n in ma rrhig-e by her
fa th e r, h (I e a I \'> I\' -- t r t
I no-t h aftern n ' m' I I " f
paste,l pink jer;; ey, tyle j with
hi o' h r un ne k.liil ' ap
sl ev, fitted , b ji an :I
kirt with \\ hite a -
C _ ories. H r nl y ' ornam nt '
was a dault , stral1 j f arl
and he carried a col nial
boquet of white r.o es an
carnation.
M. E. Wildman, brother
of the bride, rv d hi - broth r
as best man.
The brid and 'groom' -
mothers appeared in l ovel
summer fr k with pink ro e
corsages.
About ue' t wit -
ne se,d the eautiful and im-
pr i ve er m ny and attended
th recepti n \vhich f II wed
imm diatel in the h me
The dining table wa ar-
ranged with a lace cloth and the
beautiful decorated wedding
cake, which was topped with
w.hite roses and a miniature
Qride and gr om. i e cream
with pink slipper mold, cake"
fruit punch an coffee were
served. ,
Following the
new car for a shoft 'honey moon.
The bride', wore for tra
a navy blue suit with blue and
white rie and a corsage
of yellow roses. The will' r -
side in Jackson, O. where th "
room is a ociat ed \\ ith hi
parents, Mr. and Mr. Jame
Wildman Sr., ' in th roc r

Mes. Wildman i a graduate
of Wayne ville High chool 'an
Jacol' Bu in chaol in' Day-
-- Featuring -- ton., Mr. Wildman i a graduate
and on, M'r. Dean Babl f in the un try. F )ur tab I w 'r
Jame_town' Mr, Chari tl ,'i n pla_ during ev ,nino' with
Re f Mill; Mr, Mr. and Mr . \\'iITiam ' trr re-
Mr. 0 n< Id Gill, in f \ aine_ tir t pri z anl1 Mr ".
ville ', Re\, . an j Mr. ' f. lAo \1" 11' 0' t j ' M B I In ' V I lam ' anl r. , .
ar fl' of prino' \ "al l .' : Mr. ',alid Hill re ivi n ' th c n- l ati 11
Mr , J. M. Ea,rnhart and fam- prizes. Dain t refr hmen t
P f B avertown; Mr. Aia were' erv j by t h h sf. s .
Dakin, Mi CI :ua Daughter ' , The o' ue t \V re Mr., an i Mr ' .
Mr. an I" r . G. H. K in ' r, William Carr of Columbu , Mr.
Mr. ,an Mr. Earl Earnhart, Mr. ;lOd Mr . Herb rt Carr, Mr. an
and Mr . Har Id B. Earnhart, Mrs. 0 nald C at , Mr. and
. Mi _ Na mi an] Ruth Earn- Mr ". \t\ illiam t r, Mr. an I
hart Mr. ' H'lrlan Earnhart, Mr. ' Mr . Georg'e Wall. Mr. ani Mr.
an Mr. A. H. Earnhart, Mr. B. I. Hill and Mr. and
LaMar Earnhart., Mr. Alt n Charle , 0 ter. '
Earnhart, Mr, R t ert E,arnhart,
,Mr. David Earnhart, Mr. ani
Mr.. Everett mith Mr. and
Mr.:: . T. F. ' Earnhart' an j Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Earnhart.
Party Honors
Mrs. Osborn
OF
RECEIVED
Fri nds and relativ s 11l;r
ha e recei ed in vitati n i the
w d ing- f Mi - Martha nyd i',
dau 'hter f Mr. an] Mr. J. 'F.
nyder, prin fi l d t o Mr. CI de
E. Fromm n aturday, pt-
,emher 6th at f ur thirty p. m. in
the First Luthera'n Chur h,
\\ edn qay evening, Aug ..... 7 pringfiel d. A r epUon will
27, Mrs. Robert Berry and Mi s follow imm diately at the N al
Mary Jean Ri ke deliO'htfully T mple, pringfield'.
entertained a group of friend_
at a ' hower hel d in honor of LEITERS TO THE EDITOR
Mrs. Donald ' Os10rn, at the' Washington, D. C.
hom of Mi s Rick . ' August 30, 1947
Til evening wa spent in , To the Editor of
playing game and a mirin the; The Mi ami Gazett.e,
many b autiful ift receiv d by Waynesville, Ohi Q
th honor gue t. ' Dear ir:
Those pre nt wer Mi Enclo ed fin 'rd r f or
Sarah Conn r, Mi Ha?:el Vint, a copy. of your quic nt nni aI
' Miss Virginia Schuler, Mi. edition, and wi hing that I
Phyllis Rickey, Mrs. Charle" mi 'ht e able to ioin you on
Price, Mrs. Max Hay, Mrs. Gene this oeca ion, but tIle infirmiti
Thomp on, M r ' . K e n'J1 e. t h qf age ars me and I hav
Bradley, Mr . Carl Cook, Mrs, to be one of th ha -I" eens, but
, Robert Osborn, Mrs. Matth w wishing the dear ali town a
Turner, Mrs. Robe-rt Woncmall', gl orious time.
the Mrs . . Oonal j .J am yours,
Osl;Jorn and the, ho t e, Mr . G./E. Randall
M ar.Jf-'--c * * *
Jean Rickey. To the Editor
Refreshments were served ' The Miami Gaz tte
f all wing the ocial period. Waynesville, Ohio
o ar Mr. Editor:
TING
FROM VAI;LEY
Mi s 'Irma Fires, dau hter of
Mr. and Mrs. Le\\ is Fires and
Mi Ruth Burnett, daughter of
Mr. and, Mrs. Cliff Burn'ett, will
raduate froll) Miami Vall y
Nur in chool on Septemb r
18, \\ ith raduati on exercis to
be h I at the N. C. R.
Please ' consider me 'a sub-
scrib r to the MIami Gazette
for " another. year.
With all Good Wishes for
20 Big Circus Acts 20 of Jackson Hi o'h chool an j
The IJa" rr r
t the armed forc ,
The Zalle Tr ul The guest.Ii t for thi 10v , Iy DEAD STOCK
SPECIAl
All-Metal
\\ e jdi nk incluq ] Mr. an j Mf . HORSES - $10.00
Novelty EM I' . John McTaggart an : --on "f -- COWS - , $12.00
Mi s FreJa J h11 n Le\\isburg; Mi "s Zinckgraf, Mr.
Que n of the Air. and Mrs. N. L. r, Mr. AccerdlnltoSlz,e, a Condition
and Mr . A. G. ' jnger, Mr. SMALL STOCK
The Great I aul 'md Earl ' and ' Mrs. Hob I t B nhal11, Mr. REMOVED :PROMPTLY
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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBEP 4 10 7
,
y u and for , that reg) n of
bl ' ed 111 e m r y \V h i h . u
rv , J' r main '
Your - in in erit y and I h pc
Mr . D. Z, M -Cl I\anl
Dr. J h F gle and Mr.
Fo'gle, Mr. anj Mr ". William
Pound an i Mr . Helen William.:
from C lumbu w r unda y
venin " upper ,,' lie t " (!)f Mi -
Anna Meredith.
Mr J. J. Burske vi it d hi
fat h I' M r ' William 13 ursk at'
Bet he da ' h pital n unday
He ha the mi f rtune t fall
from the porch ' at hi h m il1
o er Park and fra , tured h1" hip.
5 , A tor full of her ic 6
and combat of man-t -man
and hip-to-ship battl : A big
tate.
THE SU
Starrin,g' Errol ' Flynn, Brenda
Marshall, Claude Rains. '
7 Abi e, win Ro mary amid 8
laughter and tars. You'll
chuckle and you'll hed a' fur-
tive tear.
ROSE '
Starring Michael Chekhov,
Joanne DtU and Richard Norris
Also: News ,and C 1 r Cartoon
10 Their stolen I ve be- 11
tween them and disa ter! In
ample mea ure, su en e of a
kind not often accomr Ii hed.
THE CHASE
with RolJert Cummings, Michele
Morgan and Peter Lorre, Steve
Cochran.
Plus: Technicolor Musical
FOUR CHROME

Champi on I wl1 ,Jugl)' h::: r and Mr . George vVildman, ,M r. Phone
Mi s adie Lee anl Her and Mrs. E. C. Meek' r; M r .. and XENIA
Trained Mido' '' t Hor Mrs. J. ,N,. and l-hil d- , 1712
ren and Mr. and Mr ". CharI 's '
WltMINGTON
2362
ONLY $52.
65
Monk, y , P ni " :1111 Do ' B. Earnhart ' f Dayt 11 ;
Reverse Charle.
The Great Prof. Hopp an j
Many oth'r Curi o itie .
Npvelty Act , and
Thos Funny elm n .
Twice Daily
2 and 8 P. M.
Big Free at l' :30 and 7 :30
A Musical Con rt n the
pe Bef re Each '
Performance
popular prices 30c 'and 60c
tax included.
,
A Circus that you must not miss.
Show Grounds at
WAYNE'
I ' ..
SHERi OOD Refrigeration Sales
============= and' Service
PROMPT, EFFICIENT , REPAIR ,'
-,
ALL MAKES OF
f r
WILS'ON
Phone 332 M
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,HOME FREEZERS
OHIO
I
,PAINT YOUR CAR WITH NuEnaInel
COSTS "$3-45 FOR .
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Telephone 2422 YNESVILLE, OHIO
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Tap Roots
the e'years, with onl y
primitive tools, WPlea"t wa
broadcasted and harrowed in,
While 11 t l11Ll h i of and cut with a sickle. T th'r . h,
the immediate y ' ar that f 11 w it wa placep on the barn fl oor
( the 1830 ' ), Volume 1 of ,'ll1 and tramped out with hor es.
The straw was raked off and
apprenti bo ' k of Wayne Twp. the grain and chaff "caved up"
give us a picture of one re- to await th'e old-fa hioned wind
corded and f6rgoften IQng ago. mill . It was a time when every-
"Th,is ind nture made fhe thing was done by hand, such
emy, Prindpa.l Bur n impr'
111 b
v
hi . ()" ntIe speech an:i
manner; for I ha j com from
under the t raining f th ' awful'
Dr. Dodge in my di trict ' 11. 0 I
a t'l'(111 ' tea hel:an a lrenll U'
believer in "hi k r it.
Left to u by n f the pupils
f that 'tim ) (wh may r rna
not have atten jed the A :ad-
emy) . we 111e cop book
o'f Jane Satterthwaite, a girl )f
ixteen. Fr m it w t ake th
following :'
Addr'e st . the Almi hty
"What con ci nc dictat es
to be done,
Or \\ arn me not t d ,
Thi teach me m re than hell
to hun,
That more than h aven pur-
sue." ,
On a page of her copy book
was written, "In pectej De
6,1844."
as weaving, spinning, and the
2nd day of . March; (832, preparing of the flax and wool
eth , that J hn Myers, for thread a.nd yarn, The price
a ed nine year , one month and of the , farmer's pro<1uce were
si x day, of Wayn Town hip, l ow. Manufactured and other fJ I/) n '
Warren County, State f Ohi, necessary articles that the eW6
hath ,of hi s own free will and people had to have and could if
accord, and with the approba- not ' make, had fa be rmpor,ted Mrs, Su an ayl or of Dayt n
1ion of Ner Haines and tephen at relatively 'high prrces. How- spent-la t w,eek at the h me: Of
Covert, Tru t e of aid Town- ever, there was a spirit , of Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Graham
ship, and bound him elf neighborly cooperati on in all and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saylor.
a an appr ntice unto Abijah work, such as barn rai sings, Garry Moran of nea r Center-
O'Neal ( n of the pi on er quilting parties, husking bee, vill e vi ite:i veral day last
Abijah) f ai Twp. in the C. t c. Labor was coOlm ndabl e week with Mr. and Mrs. TherIe
and State afar sard, to l earn and was less exhausting when Jones and, Milton.
the art, trade, my tery, or one could look forward (after Mrs. Everett . Githens and
occupati on of a far:m r which .helping a neighbor) to an ven- . guest, Mrs., LuJa Githens pent
the said Abi.iah O'Neal ' now ing of fun and frolic, the latter Thursda with the former' .
useth- erve r rand 9uring prolonged to a late hour. Such mother, Mr . Arthur Lac. ,near
term of eleven year, ten plays as "Sister Phoebe", Wilmington.
. months, and twenty-five day "Come Philande", Trimble", Mr. Paul Jphns spent Sun-
o' until the, 30th day of Jan., and others were al a equally day in Cincinnati. .
1844"which time the said John popular at the time. Mr. and Mrs. Lesli e Gray and
lMyers (if he so' long lives) ' It wa about this tim that children pent Wedne day at
,will be twenty-one years old." "Treadmill power" was used. the State Fair.
Worded' in tTle old w.ay of Although very little use was, Mr. and Mr. Paul Shipley, .
expres'sion, the apprentice was made of it in the country, it was' son and daughter, ,in company
to serve faithfully in all ways used to some extent on river with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rolland
:required, and Abjjah O'Neal bO' lts in the is an attended the Shipley Reunion
must teach him to .' e a farmer old phrase the "treadmill of at Columbus, Sunday.
: and to provide his clothes, living life" ,that seems to fit this. periQd Mr. and Mrs. Norman
and "cause him to of oU'r histgry. As one watched Lindauer are. announcing the
'be faughtanO instructed to read the ever plod,ding animal con- birth of a son, ' Wil1ianl Eugene,
and write and so much Arith- stantly walking ancI climbing . at Good Samaritan
metic as wtll include the single and getting nowhere in the- Dayton, Friday Augu t 15.
Mr. and Mr . C W. Y unce and
Mr. and Mr . Everett Clark ( f
D't t n w r ue t , f
t.: ,
PAGE 5. TH E M lAM I GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO. N.o. 4332
THURSDAY. SEPT.EMBER 4. 1941
l.ei r par 11t , ' d_.....l.LL.L.>.,.._ A ' ,
\\"ilbur lark.
Mr. an Mr.
and da'll o'hter -, an Mrs Kather n Bent n an
CY rl v, and arr I L 11' 1 rr v ' of Dat n pent
Nan y. Tuml l e- n an j ar fr m Fri .i'l)' until M n ia. ven- \
Campbell t k a: h at ri:i in ' \vitll Mr. an 1 Mr, Del ert
C nev I land, Frlda v. Cong ,r. Mr ' . C ng r return d
Mr. Gl a i y Min r an :1 111 \\ ' jlh them t pend a fe da s.
of On tn -and M r.
8 rgdall all n Mr., and Mr .
Everett Githen and Mr. Lul a
Git h n, un:la. aft 3rn n. ,
Mr. an Mr, E. B, Lng-a rc
and Mr. and Mr ' . Wal t r
Kenri k attend d t't " fUll ral
of Perr Haine at the wal i
Fun raI H 111 in 'l anon W d-
ne day aft rno n an ' the lmria I
at Springboro.
Mr" and Mr . J hl1 hnn ler
and daughters, eraldine and
Jud, return d un day ni ht
after v ral da , vi it \\ ith
relativ n ar Ca"rl i n, Kv, and
. on Sunday ,attende a ' H me
Comin at London, Ky
Am ng tho e from 11 ,' 1' who
att nded the ta,t Fai I' at
Columbu , 'Thm da w r : Mr.
and Mr . Therle Jone , Mr. an
'Mr. Charle ' Bunn II, Mr. and
Mrs, Harol d Whitaker an j
daught r, Francis, Mr. and Mr-.
Campbell Lewi, Mr. I alph
Ham m 0 n d and d a u g' h t, e r, '
Marlyn.
MI'. and' Mrs. Mil o Milt n_
breI' and chil ren ' return i
home Thur day ev nin after
an enjoyabl e vacation trip t
mokey M untain and on t
Miami, Flordi a, where the
visited Mrs. Milt n erg r ,
brother-in-law ' and ' ister,. Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Fox and son .
They report the t win, L nny
Lee and larry Lynn, dqitl
nicely at two month old. While
in Flor ia they vi ited Daytonia
Beach, Marineland, S i I' ve r
S'pri l!&'.s man ther: inter-
esting Place. .
Mr. an
on,
Mr. an t Mr'. Walter Clark
1' . , 'Mr. and Mr. "Valt r Clark
Jr. and on, M i hael w"re IUl1ch-
e nut f Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Cl ark , f On t n at Id River,
N. C. R, Park Ja t w k.
Mi Wanda Clark I' turned
h me un la m min:' fronl
Manitpulin .Island, Ontario,
Canada wh r h with Dayt n
fri nd hav be n camping and
fi hin ' f r two weeks. '
BEGINNING SEPT .. 2, 1947
WE ARE PAYING AGENTS
FOR GOVERNMENT
TERMINAL LEAVE BONDS
These B nds are a , c;ii rect
ohligati n of the Federal
Government and it is' not
, necessary t o en. h thenl at
this time.
If possible- we urge you
to ' h Id them f r invest-
ment.

'J'ule of three, if he can take SQ tr:eadmiH, one can connect this Mr. and Mr . Everett Kenrick
much by common exertions. phrase---with the hard work anJ- and children, Bol)by and Jane, .
And at the expiration of said the panic, or depression, of spent Sunday and Monday ,with
term to give ttle said Joon 1837. To, the people it must Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scheid and
There is a vic'tory and de-
feat-the first and be t of
viet rie, the )owest and 'Worst '
of each man
gains or at the hand
not f another, but himself.
'WAYNESVILLE
NATIONAL
BANK'
Myers a new bible anq at least hav.e been discouragi.ng. But familv at Goshen.
two uit of common wearing brighter times were just ahead. . Mrs. Margaret Johns was n.
.apparel, sixty-five dollars, arid "In 1838 the first turnpike road Sunday gue t of ' Mrs. Effie
-a freedom suit worth thirty-five was made through the township Surface near Lebanon.
dollars, proviped the said the Cincinnati, Lebanon, anet Messrs James Winks" Vern n
apprentice stay 'w.ith said Abijah Springfield Pike." ' and ' Ric;hard , Pursley attended
O'Neal until he ,arriy,es at the AI:.. t tl i , 843 I I the State Fair at' Col.umbus of]
. I:l OU ' l ,e year, 1 ,arge Y Tuesday.
Waynelville, Ohio
,age of twenty-one yeats." thr.ough the instrumentality of Mr: and Mrs. A. D. Sl1}i of BUILDINGS CHATTElS
bybbfu Dr, it was de
t
. d b' l't terml'n" ed, to bu"lId an acad my. the Dayton Pike enteain "4-W &Y FA
par Ie y evera WI, ne ses. 7 f'l d' t" I k ' .
. From the above we have or, as it was called at a amI y mner IX a c oc ' in the Ohio Farmers will give you broad ' protection against losses
th f tl f t t t fh t t' . Th b 'ld on Labor Day. on your ' farm. It -en your buildin-. your chattel., vnur automobil6,
e names 1e Irs rus ees a Ime, a semmary. ,e UI Mr, and Mrs. Charles Tumhle- W9 D"' . '-
now knowll. In all of the early ing erected was the nucleu of son, son and daughter ' and your liability for to others. Why not see U5
.apprentices, only two. what is now "The Stubbs , You Mow )'OU're we when you're insured" in the Ohio Farmers I
t
d H . , Funer'"ll ' Home." " fI1'e fil'st Sunday with the latter s parents,
.are men lone. owever, In an Mr. and Mrs. Herman Arthur at
, other agreernent, dated April teflcher w:as David ' S'ardinia. '. 'K . ') D" D losur' anee Ag' ency
8, 1835, Abijah O' Neal and " Writing of this school, R v. I. . . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Collins . ar '. . a 10 ' . ' , .
Ner Haines' are men'tioned as N. Carman, a descen'dant of the and Charles Collins of Dayton .POhHonie
O
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trustees. There. are two volumes early pioneer:, writes: "Thert! were Sunday afternoon visitors _ _ __
of records-the first apprentice was a' rush to get the benefit f d M
. b f th ' . - of Burson en,terprise. Those at the home 0 Mr. an rs .
.appearing e o,re e one gIven "" Walter Kenrick. ' ' _ OHIO ,AIMIIS INDUANIIT co. . .. fJM.
.above (the pages of the book longing for more than the in- .Mrs. Bernard and .
.are now lost) and exten\1ing to struction ,of district school s son of Merritstown: spent Sun- I I
,18(55. , furnished soon filled ' the Acad- day with Mr. J1IJd Mrs. Clyde
Wharton. .and Mrs:
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LabOratories, Inc., 403 N Wi. 9th
Ave., Portland 9, On,gon. Paid Adv.
n .e!ll' In the , fie "
Maximum yield-both quantity and
quality-wise--is what makes success-
ful farmen. I1! is to note
'that duriag the -.,ast 20 yean more '
and mote of these successful farmen
are using BIG M l3rand
"Best in the field" i. OW" way of
laying that you ' can't use 'a finer
fertilizer for all field .crops than free-
flowing BIG M-always manufac-
tured up to , standards. never dowr:t
to price. Best buy BIG MI
The Mllintl PertDlaer
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pendent Miami Vallq
concern under dItect
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Orde, no.. lrom pour dNler lor ,all. '
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The Miami Company: r .a",ORY IN IRDIIN. 0lIl0 .
THE MIAMI 'GAZETTE. PAGE 6
WAYNESVI'LLE. OH,u. No. 4332
TH URSDAY. SEPTEI'II BER 't
Chade Elli ' i alt n iin
rr
th
" tate Fair at Indian- '
:q Mr . Elli i ' p 'I)
th We k \vit h h 'r dau, 'hter
Mr. Willi:1t:T1 Mo kalee :1n:1
famil 'in akwood.
Mr. H wad Mill " f In :1 ian .
ap Ii and hi ' ister, Mr. Beulah
Thornbur<r f F r t e
,' r ' gun, ' vi it j th ir
Dr . Mar L. ook an j
r lutives, l a t ' We k.
,orne ne ha parked a house
trailer on the Wittemore plat
behind a lot of building material.
N Ofle-seems to know to whom
it bel ng" it c uld P ibly be a
tul n traileT ..
Mr. anj Mr. Karl Babb of
Jame town, Mr. and Mrs. A. , H.
Earnhart, Mr. and Mr. Earl
Earnhart an:i chil jr n have r -
turn d aft r a, at Lak
Giliad, Mi h.
Halph MainOll and famil
f troit p nt, the Labor Day
____________ , week nj with hi parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray , Main u and Mr .
Mainou returned with them for
a hri f visit.
, Ice BOI Raids Sure
, With Fruit Ii.,.d,
You cau be sure that the refrtg-
erator and cookie Jar wUl get raid-
ed often If you kee frosty fruU
panch' and crunchy cookies on
according to the Country CooklnC
editor of , natlonally-clrculated Cap-
per/,s F .... mer.
Mr. and Mr . Ro E\.Ji and
on have ' returned after a de-
lightful vacation in Flordia an
Mr. and Mr . Erwin Ellis had an
interestin trip to Alai ama. ,
Chari Mauri and w,if
and' Mrs. Elbert Rich, Bobby and
Charles spent several days last
week in th Smott.y Mountains.
Mi,sse Carol and Rhod
Bunnell had a unday ov r-
ni 'ht an:i Monday o- u ' t, Mi s
Janet Do t I' of Harv ysbur o- .
"'-:----
Mi Gra e and
her m ther, Mr. H. H.
William"on p nt unda.Y at til
Hal I' uni n in Wilmington.
Mr.' and Mrs. Carl A. Pitstick
ar n w occupyin th Wallace
property. recently vacated by
Mr. and Mr . John
Mr. and Mr . K. L. Elz y and
daught r, Marjorie of Dayton
visited Mr. ' and Mr. Walter
Elzey, unday afternoon.
Mr. and Mr . Harol 'l hutts
and family are at ' home after
' spending ' a week wlth Mari e
hutts at P to ky, Miclh.
and Mrs. Vernon M'aurice lis at
the Good Samaritan Hospital
in Dayton.
.I <
Mr. and Mrs. Paul
and Jimmy Ewing returned un-
day from vacation in Pitsburg;
,
Mrs. Roy Marine of Knoll-
wood, Dayton pent aturclay
with Orland Holmes and daugh-
ters.
Mike Wettemore has com-
menced work on his' home,he i's
building on the Wettemor plat.
. Mrs. Eva Long Hammond of
Oakland Cal. is visiting her
, r, Mrs. H. H. Williamson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. , Edington
and son, Mark are spending a
, month in Colo.
Mrs. Hattie Mainous and
Nicky Jean spent the week with
Mrs. Roy' Mainou . '
Mr. and Mr. T. . Hardin
spent last w ek, vacati onin at
'Chautauqua ground.
, Mi s Margari e Barger f
Lytle pe'nt the w ek llj wit h
Ml Jo c B aI. , '
Richard tan b rry pent
Monday mornin at the home f
Miss Mary Kai ser.
Criticism, as it ,was fir t
instituted by Ari totl e, wa '
meant as a standard of judging
well. ' -John on
The world turn a id to let
any man pass who kno\\ s '
where he is going.
-David Starr J I'd a 1,1
attended the funeral of Winn r
Barkalow' at the Ungl bee
Funeral ' Home in Franklin,
W qnesday aft rn on.
Laurence hepherd a.nd wife
of Xenia and Robert Shepherd
and wife were callers If Uncle '
Bert Shepherd, Sunday.
Earl Rickey and wife and
Shirley Ann spent Saturday with
relatives ,in Winchester.
RUBBER STAMPS ,and
;DEVICES
OFFICE

COMPLETE
Here is her recipe tor a tangy.
thirst-quenching fruit pUnch:
Mr. and Mr . Frank Hess of
Dayton were Sunday gu sts of
Mr. and Mr. Erwin Ellis, and
Monday <rue ts of Mr. 'and Mrs.
Rob rt Berry.
-----....;-
Mr. and Mrs. Wilber W ,st ,
and dau<rhter ' of Ypsilanti,
Mich. were week end guests of
Mr. and Mr. Richard Kai er
Mr . Eunice Lonas and Mr ..
Emma Miltenbe,rger of Green_
ville are pending a few days
with Mr. Cora Rich.
Laurence Jacobs ' and
Robert ,Davis return d home
Labor' Day after a we fish-
ing trip in Micll1gan.
MlN'l!ED ADE
" lI.b& ClorD alrap
. o. wahr
:and family.

Mrs. Barbara Lou Bland is
eni,oying a two weeks vacation
before reentering Miami Univer;.
sity for the coming year,"
ataill resh mlDt
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
8 lblp. lemoD JlIloe
,,,. o rapefraU Jaloe
'I IrID r ale
Boil ' corn sirup and water ,togeth-
er for three minutes'. ,Remove tips
from m.int stalks and crush the stalks
in the hot sirup. Add tips and
stal)d for 30 minutes; strain. Add
lemon juice and grapefruit juice;
,chill thoraly. Pour over ice in tall
glassei. Add ginger ale just before
s,erving. - Gambb----wi
Anderson are enjoying a two
weeks vacation and are visiting
. 'f r i end sand r e 1.a t i ve s in
Arkansas.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. ' ,I:dington
and son, Mark are , enjoying, a
month of vacation visitjng
relatives in Denver.
Serves six.
Presiure ,Saucepan
Sales lime and Fuel
A comparatIvely short time the
pressure saucepan has won an
assured place in farm kitchens, ac-
!:ording to Laura Dailey, in an arti-
cle in Capper's Farmer, one of the
best knoWn farm magazines.
, It saves time and fuel. Many
Illfterent toods may be prepared in
, ,
pressure saucepan. ,It is particu-
larly good for those' which need lona
eo:oldng. , "Pressure cooking," Miss
Dailey says, "preserves. tood value,
color and flavor."
A few rules of operation are im- '
portant:
fill the pan J;Ilore than
two.:;thi.rds full.
2 . .-Be ' sure that steam fiows
steadily from vent before you close
It. ' ,,; ,
a.-Wait until weight or pressure
control jiggles or hisses or cooking \
, lndicator is at right position accord-
Ing to your directions before you , '
start counting time. Then, reduce
'the l)eat and let cook for speCified
\ime.
4.-Rf;!duce the pressw:e, as each
recipe indicates.
!5.-After pressure is reduced. be
certain to remove the weight, or
lift the pressure control, before re-
moving cover.
Some farm women are doing a
limited am aunt ot canning' in th&J.r
sauce pans, Miss ',Dalley
points out.
Da vid Allen and wife and
daughter, Mrs. Lewis Cline of
Springfield ' were Sunday dinner
Mrs. H. L. RyelS convalescing
aj her home after being confined
at the M"iami Valley Hospital
for several weeks.
gues s 0 r. an rs. re
Hook.
Wilson Shepherd and family
, f Dayton and Miss Bettie
Oglesbee were callers , of the
Charles Shepherd family Sun-
day.
Mr. and M'rs. 'Claud Gray and
Mrs. Imogene Voiers ,attended
the Home Coming at . ' Fort
Ancient, Sunday.
Mrs. Austin Thadena, Mrs. '
Mable Wilson and Mrs. Reba ,
Braddock were visitor in Wit ,
min ton ' and Hillsboro, Sa,tur-
day.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bailey
have had as their their
Mis Judy Bailey of
Centerville.
Mr: and Mrs. Earl Davis. Mr. ' Junior , the
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WAYNESVILLE. OHIO. No. "
THIURSDAY. SEPTEMBER ,4. 1947
- -nOled
English I Girl Wed At St. Mary's
:5J,.iench fiome
ha been living wnh h r aunt,
Mr. L. A. Ja ob 'f r the p,ast
year. .
Episcopal Church, August 28
Mrs. Eval n Peter on sp nt
several ia 'S thi we k at the
h me of her n \\' Dr. avid
T lfair in Ri hm n i, Ind,
.e
METHODIST CHURCH
R. B. Coleman. Minister
I 'unday $chool . 9 :30 a.m.
J. J. Rurske, Supt.
W()J' hip Service 10:3'0 a .. m.
Y uth F Ilow 'hi'p
. Thlir day, 7 :30 pm.
MT. HOLLY METHODIST
T. M. Scarff, Minister
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m 0
E. A. Earnhart, Supt.
War hip Service 10:30 a.m.
Evening Service . 7 :30 p.m.
,
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel N. Keys, Minister
8 :00 a. m., Ante-C mmun i n
1: a. M rnin o' r ' t) r
and crmon
UTICA E. U. B. CHURCH
Rev. A. J. Furstenberger
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m . .
Mrs. J Garrison, Supt.
Preaching. 1 t and 3rd Sundays '
each month 10:30a.m.
-
FRIENDS
Fir t Day School. 9.:30 a.m,
Meting for Worship
10:30 a.m.
-
ST. AUGUSTINE
Krumholtz, Priest
Ma s 7:30a.m. and 9 :00 a.m.
I
FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST
Ralph E. Stinson, MiDister
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
Morning Worship '10:30 a.m.
M rnin : "Makm Up M Min i
About Faith.'
Y uth Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
Adult Prayer Meeting 7:30p.m.
Evening Evangelistic Service
' 8:15 p.m.
Evenin: "The N d For
Per onal Evan 'eii m:' ,
___ -A .......... iendl Church with a
Go pel Mes a e
-
WA \ 'NESVILLE
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Robert L. VanZile, Minister
Bible. School 9 :30 a.m.
Communion 10 :30 a.m.
Sermon 11 :00 a.m.
Evening Service . 8 :00 p.m.
fial've,!d&UI'g
Mr. and Mr , Jame Jordon
SI'. and dau hter" Harl :In. 'of
'l fa 'w... .- d
w yneSv lii&- ' v. ere Ml s ay
J.
.In tht: impre ive rvi e f
th Epi pal Church, J 'ce
Cri k, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
S. G, Cri k, Upp I' Hollowa ,
England, and Thomas Bak r,
Cincinnati; were married l a t
Thur day in t. .Mary' .
Til . Rev. Frederic B.
A.tkin on, .ex cretaI'
of the Epi copal Dloce e of
outhern Ohio, ' celebrat, d
th marriage rites. He wa
a sisted I y Col. John C. W.
Lin ley, Chief of Chaplain,
Air Mat.eri I Command, who
wa al 0 organi t f or th cer-
monies, .
In a filmy net gown and
hridal v il of traditional whit,
th bride wa led t th altar I
the . Rev. amuel N. Key ' ;
I' ctdr of t. .Mary' , Mr. and
Mrs. Ke s repre' nted the ",,0-
year-ol d Briti h O' irl' parent
at the wedding.
Marcia Baker, the groom "
sister, .was bride maid. Jan t'
Keys, daughter. of Mr. and Mrs,
Keys, was flower g-irl. The .
groom' brother, Will i am
Baker, now a cadet stationed' at .
Corpus Christi Naval Air ta-
tion, Texas, was best man.
. Mi s Baker wore a charminp;
netted . 'own of'pastel ' bl ue .
Janet Key wore a floor-I ngth
princ line gown of white
taffeta, .
evening guests of Mr . Jord 3n of h I' grandmoth r, Mr : adie
parents, Mr. and Mr. W. 'r. Reason. .
Green. . Th W. C. T. U, of Harv y -
Mr. and Mrs, Harry , Cline bur ' ha be n ellin' ticket
Jr. and daughter, Geraldin f this we k for a Home Craft
Columbus, arrived in Harvey - D m0nstration to' be 'held at
.burg, Friday evening . t.o pend 'th GranO'e Hall, Friday 'even-
a f \V days with Mr . . Cline' Ing. .
par nt, Mr. and Mr. Herb rt Mr. and Mr . Charle Easter
Do tel'. have l eft for a vacation. trip t
Mrs. A. S. Collett en'tertained Mkhigan.
with a dinn 'r at her home Fri- Mr. cttld Mrs. CharI s Do tel'
day noon, i'n honor of Mr. ano and fampy w re gue t to a
Mrs. Gilliam and famiI dinner Wedne day, ev 'ni6g at
of New York Ci.ty, ,wh are the coun.try home of Mr. and
vaoationing \vith friend ' Mrs. Will Gilliam, \d10 are n-
and relatives. Beside the g'ue ts their son and
of honor, tho e attei1dillg were ' ' daughter -in law, Mr. am!' Mr '.
Mr. alid Mrs. Herbert Do l I' Ernest Gilliam and . family of
and Mr. Robert Co,llett. New York City. .
Mr. and Mrs. Harr '. Tucker Mr. and Mr . W. Co LIm
and dau 'hter, Miss Ev Ivn of Columbus spent the \\ eek en i
Tucker are having' a th"ir and Labor Day visitillg th ,
hOuse gue t over 'Labor Da, Doster familie .
Mr . Tucker' sister, Mr . Jenny Mr. ;wd Mr , Jolln of
B 11 of orner viJI. . , Atlanta, Ga., wilt return home
Mr. and Mrs. James Thorn- Suncl ay after being the gue t .
. bur) of Harvey burg; and Mr. of Mr. mother, Mr .
and Mr. Cecil Lmkau ' f Belle Fealy and family. .
lebanon have returned from , Mrs. James Park and dau 'h-
a vacation tri p to the moky ters of , Cincinnati \\ ere hou e
mOlmtains. guests several day this we'k
Miss Rhoda Bunnell of near in the home of Mr. and
\\'ayne ville ha( "'en the gul.:-
. Til' groom, son of 'Mr. and
Mrs. James A. Bak r; Leban 11,
i now a tud nt f engineering'
in tIi Univer ity of CincinnaH,
where he wi tl continue st udi
until graduati on. F 11 wing a
l rief niot I' .trip of ' .the m:id-
'Iv est, the co.upl plan to live in
Cincinnati. '
The ' brid, who made her
fir t trip to America f r the
wedding, wa a pa seng r n'
the S. . Elizabeth' fir t po t-
war voyage l a t month.
Mi Minnie
MargaI' t E :iwar all ' Anna
Meredith \\er " jinner gue t - f
e Ruth an:i Eli zabdh
Chandl er 'It th T wn us' in
Franklin on Wedne iay ' n-
ill g', "
Dr. and Mr . La ke f X Ili a
were Wedn ja carr el' " f
Mi s Mam an j nni Bn \\ n.
Mi Elizahelh Cha'n :t ier \Va -
the dinner gu t on Thur da
of Mi t lI a Wile) ' in a'k'-
wood. . ,
Rev. an:t Mr. Ral T1
and two childr n, M
Stephen called on Mi
and Annie Br \\ n
afternoon.
MLs Emma Lou Le\\ i (j -
Ii htfully ent rtain at inn r
,at the Town Hou e in Franklin
. on Friday, M\ Ruth and
Elizabeth ' Chan Her an j Mi
Minnie Dod on.
Mrs. Howard Drumm 'nd and
dall Mer, Mi Dorthy Drum-
mond were rent guest of
friends . in Bainbrid e an
. Chillicothe and while th reo weI"
also gue ts at a lunch n at the
Lake White Club near Wav rly,
Mr . Drumtnond and dau hter
also attended the' Ruth Ly ns
Morning Matine and F od
Show at the Zoo:
ke
Mr: and F. E. 'I'll Ina.
\\iith Mr. . and Mr . J. M. Enrn-
, hart an . f. mil ani Mr ". J 11n
Rob y f Dn t n pent un jay
with Mr. an i MI" . well
Th rna and jaug'ht I' who are
vacati ning: at t. Mary' Lake,
Mr. Harol d M I' ii th a. nd
famil ent the \\' 0 k 11..1 wi th
Mr. an Mr. Walter W hi taker.
Monia the met tl1'ir ' 11,
Jimm in a 'tn.Ht: haijut
returned fr m th
Elii' P with th 13
Mr. erett Mc-
IN CASE '01=' FIRE. DIAL 2222
$Z
She first met the gr om in
london, .in 1945, while he was
n' oral' . duty in England. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bur ke had
He was then stationed in, as guests from Wednesday until
Germany, a captain aild pilot: Friday evening of the past we k,
in the Air Tran p rt Command. Mrs. Mina Fry .and Mi sArdell a
had een much active Schuster of Athen , Mr. and Mr .
service in the Euro ean Theatre John Emish of Mineral and Mrs.
of war, and had" been a pilot of tinnie- Hall of Cleveland. Mr.
HOURS:'
9-12 each' morning
1-5 afte'moons except
Wednesday
. glider trailiS in comb-at areas ' and Mrs. William Strou e al
during the Normandy invasion. Joined the group s veral time '
During the lattel' part of the,' during their stay.
7-9 Saturday evening
Other evenings by
Appointment
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war., the bride was d in
volunt.eer Red Cross work with
the American 'Red ero s in
England. The couple were
engaged in 1946.
servicewere at-
. tended by many relative and
. friends of the Baker famil y. A
reception was hel i at the home
of the groom' s parent, near'
Lebanon, after the wedding. .
.Mr. and Mr . Rhod'e BUl,1.nell
were Sunday ev ning' dinn r
'uest' of Mr. and Mr '. CharI s
tel'.
. Mrs. A. "Collett and Mrs ..
E u g e n e Aufderheid w re:
callers in Wilmington, W, dnes-
day. .
, Prof. and Mr . H. C. Milli gan
attended the Milli gan family
r union hel q Sunday at Clint n.
Mi s Joan Beck tt enL
veral da ' Ia t we,ek vi itin .
relatives in Morro\\ and Ci n'-
cinnati. .
, Mr. and Mr . W. P. McCarrllN
of Walhounding pent tIre w ek
: nd and Labor Day at the.ir
home iIl: the vill age. .
Mr. Kingsley and Mrs.
of Dayton visited Mrs.
King 1.ey , dau, 'hter, Mrs. Vera
ell an i n over the
week end.
Mrs. O e Harl:ln ent rt ained
Mr. Sarah \Nri ght to dinner,
Sunday. Th oeca i n heing in
honor of Mr. 11irth-
day anniversary.
Mrs. Mari e . Gray f Dayt 11
i visiting at . the home of her
son-in-law and ..94.tug,hter, Mr.'
and M rs. Beck an j
dau hters.
Dr. C. E. Wilkin.
Mr. ' and Mrs. L. A. Jacol
and daughters, Gloria Ann and
Janat Zahn, Mrs. J. F. Jacob '
a.nd Miss Donna Rae Jacob ' Optometrib Eye Specialist .
returned retently fro.m' a t ur 26 South Detroit Street
of stat s. Janat left the
tour at Pho'enix, Ariz. t make XENIA, OHIO
home with .her mother. he .. __ ..
..... ....
i
'Blaektop Driveways
\ . .
Oil an d, Tar ' Applied
ResurfaC?ing and Drivew.ay Recoating
F ,R E E E S T 1 ATE S
B. R . STROIJD
26 Oakwoo4 Averiue LEBANON, OHIO Phone 221-L
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We Have Served the ' People
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OF THI .COMMUNITY FC R M NY .. YE H
.\..,

I ' ng e!1c )ugh tt e tahl,i ' 11 a
uIlti on f or fair and
en ille funen l I , It L'
till (J ur hu. in pc li cy.
McClure Funeral Home
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LEGAL NOTICE
"'ill bt.: re i eo
f the Village
John and Virneda Browning 0
Clal'ence- Bowman, 5 , acres in
Union twp.
0 h i _
Nollie and Grace Powell to '1'01-
rrand hTriett-Baker, 3.95 acres
in Wiashington twp. ,
m.&SSD'IED AD BATES
25 words or leal. one, ume. iCio
bcb addtton&l W'CII'd lc
SPECIAL BATES b1 CONTBADl'
Loaa.-
FEDERAL LAND BAN1t LOANS:
For Ref1nanc1ntr - Rebu11d.lDa -
'BUying. 4% Farm loaD8 with long
ame 00 pay. ,Pa, part or all aDl'
time.
LEBANON NA'rL FABIrI LOAN
ASS'N Ellis H. StIJrm. 8edJ-
'Treu .. Lebanon, Ohio. Phone ..a
t.c
Real Eatate For S.Ie.-
IF YOU HA VB A PROPI!IRTY OR
FARM TO SmLL oau or Write
000 Henderson. , Tel. K1!:S44e, 6l '7
Loftln Ave .. Dayton. Ohio. tfc
RUL ESTATE
DON'T FORGET TO CALL
us for Insurance. All types of
,Insurance at a savings. Call
Francis , Gene Brown, phone
, Waynesville 2935 or call
collect. WilminR;ton 2111.
FOR SALE - 'Five Rooms,
Basement, Bath, Hot ana
Cold Water, on Third Street,
" Lot SOx 150. Mary Whita-
more. See Mike Whitamore.
, -3918
Houaehold Good. - .
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FOR SA,LE - Dining Room
Table and Six Chairs, Walnut
Finish; 3 Upholstered Living
Room Chairs. Route 73,
Third House from 48 Toward
Waynesville. Any time after
5.:00 p. m. EItner Scott,
,Waynesville, Ohio. -9-11
i
FOR ALE - Coal Range,
Good Condition. Call 2724.
Earl Conner. 3-918
Electrical Appliances-
FOR SALE - 11.0 GALLON
Electro-Master water heater, '
good condition; al 0 Antique
Walnut Phone 2931
Waynesville. -.-394 '
AUTOMOBILES-
FOR SALE - DODGE FOU R
door Sedan, ' excel1ent con-
dition. Phone 2723, Waynes-
ville -94c
at the Coun il Chamber until
120'c1 ck naon ept. 12, 1947,
for furni hin ' n (1) I :I Ton
tandard ump h rt whe,t:\
ba e; dump \ ed, hydrauli
hoist, helper . prin , 7.50x20-
8 ply tire duel, ' rear wh el .
Each bid mll t contain th
full name of every per on or
Company intere ted in am.
The right i re erved t re-
ject any and all bids.
By order of the Coun il of
Ohio.
Olarle J ames, Clerk.
- 9-11
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Notice is hereby given that
Ida.M. Wical who e Po t Office
addre s is Wayne ville, Ohio
R. R. 2 ha been duly appointed'
as Executrix ' of the Estate 0f
Peter R. Wical late .of Warren
Courity, Ohio, deceas d.
Dated this 21 day' of Au 'ust
1947.
Judge of the Probate Court
Ralph H. Carey
Warren C unty, Ohio
C. Donald Dilatu h ,
LODGE NOTICE
Waynesville Lodge No. 163
F. & A, M. stated meeting Tues-
day 'September 9, at 7 :30 p. m.
Cou,.t nWd
. NEW SUITS
. In the matter of .the Western
Regular Church of Leb-
anon, authority to sell real estate,
Maple ' and Maple. .
Grant Black , vs. ,Geneva Black,
divorce; gross neglect, J. T. Riley .
COMMON PLEAS
Margaret Allen vs. John Allen,
divorce to plaintiff, pa4tl;-
Edward and Hazel H mmerLe to
Harold and Ods ie Fisher, 50 acres
in Turtlecreek twp.
E. R. Houston to ]Lester and
Marguerite Houst on, 2.114 acres in
Roachester. I .
H.arry and Kathleen ' James to'
. John and Betty Missal" 2 lots in
Lytle.
Marjorie and' William J(in'g to
Ralph Brandenburg, lot in ,Mor-
row.
Sl!after and Viola Helton to
Gordon and Cora and Gard-
ner and Gevedlon, lot in
South Lebanon.
Mary Fermn to' Alejnndro Mar-
zo, 4 acres in Hamilton twp.
William and Josephine Bene t o
Ben and Delores Conover, 1 acre
in Deerfield, twp.
PROBATE
Estate of V. Hankinson,
dec'd, Warren C. Younlg" adminis-
trator inventory heariJrlg set for
Sept. i at 10; application filed
for certificate of transfer of real
estate.
Estate of Patrick ' lP. Couglin,
dec'd. Joseph Leroy Hayes, execu-
tor filed fi.rst, linal and distribu-
tive account.
Estate of Frank W. Crew, dec'd,
Charles Anderson ad.ministrator
filed fir-st and final account . I
Estate of 'Peter Wical, dec'd., Ida
Wical ap-point'ed executrix.
Estate of Joel Kirliy,
Bessie Lee Kirby, admini stratdx
inventory av.proved. . '
Estate of Eva Wallace, dec;d"
William executor inven ..
tory approved.
of Emil A. Juterbock,
dec'<l. executor to sell per- .
sonal property.
Estate of H. A. ' Cornell, dec'd,
Adria \ Braddock, exe,cutrix pro-
ceedings, undet' formelr order ap-
proved.
Estate of Mattie Creighton,
dec'd. Wilham CreIghton appointed .
executor.
Earl Shiflett vs. Ray Shiflett, MARRIAGE LICENSES
service of summon on August 7, ,
1947 ordered quashed. Harold Weisman, 21 Mason, hatch-
Ester Ruth TaJtman, a minor vs, Jean Finley, 21
Omar Ra.y Tatman, a minor, de.. l'urse.
fendant to pay plaintiff sum of H. Gordon Ballinger 49, Leb-
$30 per week, temporary alimony anon, filling station operator,
attorney fees of $50 within ' Zelda Pardieck, 43, Lebanon.
six weeks. William Tudker, 27, Mason,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS tory worker Ruth ' Kettler, 24,
I>aniel R,nd Marie Brown to Es- Mason school teacher.
ther Hail).es, '10 acres in Salem Robert McCarren, 26, Harveys-
t
burg, . farmer, Edith Bogan, 25,
wp.
Nellie Edna and William Fischer Harveysburg.
to Joe and Gertrude King, lot in Frank Upton, Jr. ' . ()ennan'-
Morrow. town, filling station, attendant,
SOFTBALL
) f ( h a 11 II ct i v i t i " are ' m i.n g
t a I c thi ' e k with th
end of the Wa yn Athleti
(h juie li ted as the 4th. The
r ult ' of the t week of play
i ,a' fall \- : ,
Au . _7 Mill r _5, R xanna7
Aug. _ Ford ,Harvey burg 7 .
Sept. 1 Fairleys 0, Roxanna 17
cpt. Ford 4, Millers 8 .
ALL ST AR RESULTS
All Star were rained out
Friday ni ght Ii , their )'ame
chedul ed w.ith Middletown. On
, unday ni )'ht they wo.n 9 t 4
from Cincinnati W odlawn.
-
'FUTukE ALL STAR GAMES
ept. 7, Dayt n
HOW THEY STAND
W L Pd.
Roxanna 16 5 762
Peer 's . 16 7 696
FOyd 15 11 577
Fairl ey 13 10 565
Harvey burg 6 18 300
Miller 3 20 1 0
Fairly Familiar
by EFFELbD
From Henrietta of
A tabula comes a clipning:
taken from the Cleveland PlaiIi
Deal r of Aug. 24 showing .:1
parade of the Grand Army of
the Republic. I The caption
beneath the cut states that
among other veterans review-
ing the parade one John R.
Bennett, 102, Waynesfield, O.
. was present. This is the 1'02
. year o.1d veteran of which there
was some question two weeks
ago when ' it was fi'rst reported
that he was from Waynesville.
Thanks to our reader for her
enlightment on this matter.
Also,. thanks to the p1an:y others
who verbally offered inf rma-
tion op .the subject.
THE MIAMI GAZETTE. PAGE: 4
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO. No. 4
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332
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 947
Uncle Sam Says
IrIllli0na 0; m., Dleca uul Depbe
are mere"lDe their take-home ... y
by . the ..... ple, matte
Savtap..... IAN. take o.e ....
pie. Sap..,. )'oa teO yoar emplor-
that .,oa .... to take se.U 01 you
weeldy p ., III 80114.. ID tlaree weeD
&be aceUIDalatl of ,18.'1 wUJ b1l7
ODe PI 8oD4. by
boldlq these bODIb to m .,.&7 ID
1. Jean ,.oa are r ... _ JODI' taIle-
b ... lDeome . ... every week. It
II obvlou tlaat tile .o-calle4 t1e41JO-
Me. for Savlap BoDell II DOt Ie-
laoUoo lrat wa., for ,.oa to atore
1IP &lUI iDcreue ,.oar eanalDp for
,.. fatare DIIe.
, U. S. T"OItI"
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NORR,IS BIROCK COMPAINY
Cincinnati 'Unio,n Stock Yards
. ILiye W,irfl and Plrogre.sive. An
ora"nizatlon second to none.
Strictly sellerl on the best
all around market in the
country.
SERVICE THAT oSATISFIEf_ '
WHIO Dayton 12: 30 E. IS. 1:.
Dial 1300 WLW Cin innatl
12: 40. Uia 1 700. for Our Da.lIy
Market Report.
Armifage & Son
TELEPIlONES
WADlBsVILLB 1091
MOBBOW No.1
LEBANON Office ,'31t
UlL SAND and 'GRAVEL
BLACK.TOP DRIVES,
TAR and ROAD 01",
LAWN' aDd FILL DIRT
"
READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING aDd DUMP TRUCK, SERVICE
FOR SALE - Dump Truc ,
1937 V-8, 100 h. p. Mot ,
2 or 3 yard St. Paul Be
Ho.ist, in good condition
ilbert Smith Jr. Ito Viola Eil-een Hensley, 19,
, mith, lot in South ..
Arthur and Anna Marie Waegner George' Lon ,g'worth, .
Owner. Price reas I
Gilbert Biggs, Waynesville,
Ohio. Rural Route 1. Res.
Corwin, Ohio. Phone 2879.
, 1-94
LIVE STOCK-
FOR SALE - YEARLING
Duroc Boar, registered. See
Morris 'Brown, Rt. 1, Spring
VaHey. Phone Centerville
7020. --394
1" MISC. .
WANTED-Work On Farm,
By Week or Shares. Lester
. Younker, Rt. 3 Waynesville,
Ollie; -391 t

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FOR SALE- Three Thousand
Tobacco Lath;' Phone' 2106
Waynesville. - 3-918
"

AUCTIONEERING
,STANLEY .. d KOOGLER
BROKERS LICENSE
For Date .. Phone 2894. Wavneayille.
- Ohio. ReverM CharAH
to Bradley arid Anna Young, l01.- mont county, claims 70 years
30 acres in twp. of experience in farQling does
Bradley I;lnd Anna Young to not teach a farmer everything
Charles and M'Yrtle Howard, lot in about his business. Mr. Long-
twp. f'
, Edwin Wilson to Carl and Mary worth is producing some, me
Louise Wiison, 42.34 acres in tobacco in 1947 'On contour
twp. . ' strips between buffer strips 0f
Carl and Mary Louise Wilson to an alfalfa-grass mixture. The
Edwin Lee and Mary Wilson, 0.90 meadow strips prevent rains'
acres in Harlan twp. from eroding the tobacco land.
Bowman to Millard
and Christine Helton, 3 acres in
Turtlecree
liN CIASE OF FIRE. ,DIAL 2222
' .. W'E PAY FOR
,
CO\VS $12; HORSES $10;
$3 cwt.
ACCORDING TO SIZE AND. CO'NDITION
CAlL,
.X E N I A
Rtwene
Char ...
454
G. B1&hai .... - lac.
X.ia O.
I
SACCO BRAND '
. Quantity Scarce

Fairley . Hdwe . Store
'8 - BIG STORES - 6
PHONE 2441' WAYNfSVllLE, 'OHIO
, - '
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Fairly Familiar
by EPFELDEE , .
I
We Go Back Ta '
J
School Again
We visite j the Grtld' eho 1
Oil Mon a of thi "
,
'. ek. Severa l time il h' n
menti III d that con :i itiun :1t ,
thi building \ ere far from
ing on a plane wit h the ni odern
trend of ' ho I hui lding' , We
did not f 'eI it fair to attempt 11
write anyt hing ab(') ut ' u h
conditi n howey r, \\ itll lut
'first seeing' them in p ron. T
attempt t o pIa e in writing \\
we a w taxe th e imagination
grea tJy. Our fi I' '1 r .: sion
wa ' the open stai rwa
from the ba ement t o the 1'0 f.
V ritable f lu in ca e of fire.
Two f tJle e are 10 a ted in th
east and we t ntran to th'
buildIng. On th a t I nt ran ;,:'
th,e stairway k'l In..... hI ' IL
basement i narr , w a 1 I :.a5 .1
turn in it bel ,re r ' ,!:t ,
ba m ' llt 11 cr. I' . ) I n \ nl
entran e r eXit tr( m he I a-L:-
ment lunch r ,m with. ut K' ,inr(
thru the hal way I etwcC:11 UOl e
furna -e r J ',m and .. ( it ! S " f' J<-
l' ,m I rea h th W ' b
1 c;. t ' L h'" win I ,w;"
f .u!' l ed d'c.rn ', ' In, ..
:" ',ar. h a '1. y S r ' tne,: . '':.,:..-
here at t ll n 111 L( ' t
cJ it<.ren eati g fr ;r iu[ " ' J'
W ul d 1 r ap t h ' m i n J hi ' r 1i1
w;thuut an h f (p , A I
fir t f1 r ro 1m I ad k, I i i ,.'
mai n h( l l wI i 'h ha f l"
, .
Miami
GAZET'IE
Th rna "TB" Brann ck, seat j in, hL n'> l y cLqu;rec\ P1_ m uth
Coach, speciall y designed for hi s drivin . c mf rt. Thi ar W3S
tained on a V t eran' s Pri ori ty Rat ing ince BnlDn ck wa woun j -
d i n the lat W rId War If, 1 sin<Y both Ie in acti 11 while with
.the famed 4th Armored Divisi n near Metz, Germany on Nov. 9,
194 4. With the aid of artificial 'limb and two cane he i able t(
t a out and aI ' t o drive his car hi ch ha proven a great ume
of pleasure to him. Special arrang ments ha ve b en made in the
controls that enables him t o ,drive with perfect confid nce and .
..,afety. ' ' '
"TGmmy" i s the son'of MI'-. France Branno,ck and wa engag:ed
i n farming before enter jng servic . He eery d fifte .n m nt h . . be-
fo're being. w urtded and spent many months in vari u h() t ,Ital
in England, France, Scotland and tatf:s. "
He is a member of the l ocal Amen an L glon a t No. 61.)
and was awarded a Life Membership in that rganization.
:ail'way a.t ei'ther end. F;r'
,w uld undoubtedl I( Jc,k "l ' Sesquicente, nnial Celebration Program of Events
e . t rance '. The nl) ; ,
fn 1m the ' ,main ' r ar,- r1 Saturday,. SA'at 13 .
j w ';l;n the a'
ight f t fr ' m 't he OUil d . Parade , Assembl e at 2,:00 p.m. at Grad cho Bui ldin (Y
()h
U
: l :l ,a drdPflT r !rst j']' t'lU trsd' So , ap Box Derhy imm,ediately after parade. Boy age 10 to 15.
T j secon oar IS pro ec e
by two iron e_ apes,_ n on Kids SO,ftball at Wayne Park, Ages 8 to 12 year-.
the a t i i e a: ! I '/ 'n ' 1'j t " Events & Cont'ests Wheelbarr w race; 3 -Iegg:, d, rac ,; ac1.-
"Duth id of t he huildi 'n r. race; P t ato Race. Chi ldren under 1 'J ,
H , W vIer, r' m l , MANY OTHER' FORMS OF ENTERTAINMEtq
7Jff --between 10, and t 1 p, Ol. FIREWORKS:
tc '..: ti nn of a all ( -: d :r. I
Electric wirinrr is f the anti - PRIZE AWARDS I efore fir
quated ' t yl wi th ver. l it , .
li thting in th el as ro m. ark Sunday, Sept. 14
da y in wi nter mnk vLi n verv '
, diffi ul t. " Seat Ing cap'a 11. ' i.i Combined Church Service 11;30 a.D1I.
i.Ot! I
llat
. FI or ' in the ' l a, .J< Basket Lun,.h at Noon Hour
r m, hallway and tairs a " (F ' d al 0 a vail'abl n groU1 d ) I
of well ag.ed ami weIl W0rn Addresses' Clarence J. Brow.n, Congressman, 3 :00 p.l1lt.
w i, fine- tinder for confla.gra- . Mrs. Hazel Phillips, Warren Hist. Society
ti on Fire hose ale \()(;ated at the-.... SOFTBALL i:30-P:-rii. Special vent vs Cedarv'l1e
in several acce sible both champi ons of their district.
places. Evidence of their M 'd' S 1'5 ' '
been used in of on ay, ept. ,
date were not VISIbl e. 'Fire CT.RCUS
ex'tinglli her were al so presen,t ' ;a; ',Monroe Bros. with acts at 2 and 8 p.l1lI.
in various places. Whether they CONCESSIONS
had been , claecked recently was
not , tearnecf Two ' d'rinking
fountains on the first' floor and
, two on the secon'd comprise the
full amount -of availabl,e drink-
ing space aItoted to 320 school
chi l dren. An g'ood hog farmer
would consider his flock of
swine in bad shape if they had
such a smaW capacity ,
ing water. One' wa . basin. i,n
the boys toilet, two m the, gIrl,
toilet, one' on the first floor ami
one on the second flO,or ' gives
small space indeed to ,
nece sity of keepi!lg clean
hands. One basin ,in the boys
, toilet has been torn from .. the
wall, the' remains of the drain
pipe .givint rriute of
its once havlOg been there .. rhe
antiquated system of santtary
disposal is , stinking evidence of
the possibility ' of wide-spread
epidemic among the grade
school ' children. A
<_ On Pale d)
CONTESTS
Warren Co'onty
Fair Next 1V eek
The W.arren County Fa;r d
be held) at t,he lind ' in
next w t k, c: I t. 1('.
17, 1 i and 19. The
will be staged ' day and '11 ig-ht
and will inclu'de some outstand-
ing features. ' Radng will t op
the program and judging, band
concerts, Ward Beam's Thrill
Show: and many other features
will hold the spot light ,at
various tiine's throughout t\!e
four, day and night sessions. '
Corwin 'Nixon; Secretarv,
announces 4his will be one . f
the biggest and most attracti ve
fairs in the history, of ,W
County.
TAKES POSITION
AT LOCAL DOT STORE
Walter Donald so n of
Harvey"bur (Y has a . lImed ' hi,
duties at Stewart Dot Food
Store 'as ,clerk at the, m at de-
taking til. pla.ce o.f
Pat Malone who recen,tly re i gn-
cd to take over hi s own 1', tau-
rant, The Idle Hour..
Mr. Donaldson will conti'nue
to make his home ' in Harv, ys-
burg as his daughter is already
erirolled in the school there.
KATHRYN BACON "
Mr. and Mrs. Girdon Bacon
are announcing the birth of a
daughter, Kathryn born at,
Middlejown Hospital, Sunda ,
Sept:-7.
MEETING POSTPONED
BECAUSE QF FAIR
, The W. " . . -. uf ' ll1
Methul.li 1 L11l1r(h \\ .;\ 1 15t-
pI n ' d f A 'v k TFI -a '(t un f
til Warr 'n Count Fair , all.!
will I /h Id at the hur h, .. 'pt,
.... 5. Thi' ill he an all-L\y ,
me ting.
Sesqui Events Fill
Three' Day Plan
The , e ' qui ! l t n n i a I
, C mmitt e i all
th I e end th i 'k I) j' .:?-
parat ry f r the beginning of
the gr at three-day , f v nL.
in ommerati on f the 15 th
. ,ear in the buil ding of a
ommunity, Wa ne vill e.
GIANT PARADE
On aturday afternoon, 1.
13 the gi ant pa ra:le will I c
taged on th Main tr e 1.
Followii1g thi the ap B x
Derby will be ra ed. Kid oft-
hall at Wayne Park with other
conte t for kid will be aug-
mented with game-, can e i on
and other forms of amu ement
thrqughout the evening. Thi .
will be climaxed with a gi ant
di play of fireworks and, th a-
warding of prizes.
CHURCH SERVICE ',
Sunday will , tea day of
mem rial ervi e with th ,I cal
church in a ser i ,' ,
at 11 :30 a. m. a hasket dinn 'r
will foll ow this and in .the aft r-
noon addre ses wiII 'made h '
Han. Claren e J. Br 1; '
Congre .. sman from thi di hid,
Mr. H az I Phillips ' of the
Warren County Mu eum and
. others. ".
SOfTBALL EVENT
In the evenin an ut t and-
ing soft ball game between
,Lov,el and and wiII I
staged at 7 :30 p. m. Both team
have won champi on hi ps in
their re pective district :
wm be one of the be l' oftball
games o'f th season.
CIRCUS DAY
Monday, Sept. 15 will be
ci rcus day with Monroe Bro.
eircu pre nUng act at 2 and
8 p. m. In a jditi n to thi s the
can es i.on and ,other a tivitics
of the e, qui -entennial \vi ll .till
be i n . ,
Th e hor eJ10 J'i tell ing JIl ,
t,est will be caI'ri d ' .... 1 th,r i up'h-
out t he three da peri , d.
Local Girl Nam,ed To
Club
Mi. France \\ hitakl:r 0(
the Wan ' w - 0 4 -H Cl l1 h
wa ' ne (1 f t wo girl in Warrell
County cho . n t o rep re nt
the , county at the 4-H Club
s heing held in Colum-
bus t. 8 to 1 2.
. Two girls and two 'boys are,
d100 en from each count y in
the tate to" act as representa-
tives. ' .Their activities'
there are vari d. including some
class, work on various subjects,
tours, meetings and a banquet.
, Headquarter for the COltlgress
, is ' as O. S. U.
Ilene Brow:n was one of the
two 'girls who represented
Wanen C=ounty Club Con-
Kress last year.
Miss LldCy Emley ha been
very ill the past week. Miss
Emley ' was a fo rmer pc st
mistress of ', Wayn 'for
man.y retiring a few
, months ago. "
f
'Parade 'To Form
At Grade School
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A. I. " :lP" , tuhh - ha:
ali n ull - d thi - ," 'eLk the t all
entri in the Gian t Para ie : -h -
dul e i f r aft rno 11 ,
... pt. 13 wi ll a ' l:ml I 'It tll'
Grade ... h I 13l1il di nl!' at J : 0
p. m. Thi : of c(J ur: e in 'Iude-
, all t 1, e \\ h a ' h a v a r r a 11 g: e_
ment t nter th ' arad and
al 0 an oth \\'hc ' \\' ul d likl!
to join in thi o'/' f' all
, ev nt .
Mu h w rk Il a 11 " n k
to the buil ding' f U,j ' paradc
IIOt onl y in time .. ' I1t ):1 I Mr.
tuhh :!1 jg'ning' lip t he man.
differ nt f _i l idL' an 1
ther nhi ' lut al - n
part of tho wh ar I,l ring'
th para e. It wi-ll Ii .... a' : ':11:1'
affa ir and well w rth eei ng.
of per l. l1 fr J\11 th i.;;
c mn:llni t and .: urr uncim
areas tent to witness
thi event.
Cash, With Order
For Special Edition
Effective a , f thi date the
e qui centennial , Committee
will ace pt n rd er for the
squi ent enni al Edi ti on of the
Miami Gazette ulll pa. ment
f or ame a' mpflni e the
ani rs. eve ra I 1\\1' r- ha v 1 een
I k j with ut J . \11 nt f r
'am in advan e. The \\ ill 1 e
honor. i a I ng a - l ks are
availabl e. T b -lIr..: f delivery "
on thi editi n it i advised
that thaI e who have placed re"
servati n -\ ith ut pa ment
for ame st 1 at th Gaz tte
offic at once :t nd make tll i!'
pa ment and rec i e'-a receipt.
Th n th ar ' " ured f re-
celVIIl tli ir copi .
Und r n ,rmal ir l11l1 tane -
the acceptan e f I'd I' with-
out pa ment in advanc w ulLi
b practiced, Aowe er 'ince the
monies re 'eived f I' til :> e b k.
goe to the e quicentennial
Committ e fo r the, ubli ati n
of the look and ill ce money
left ver fr m th e quL '
ent nnial " . Celebrati on, after
. pen :- e' have t een paid, will
he di vidt:d am n l' th e vari ou
groups and or 'a;1izations that
h Ip d in its pr moti on, it i s
n ar that all fund bt: paid
into the Committee in advance
, or durin , the p ri ct of the '
C 1 brati n.
end in our re_ervati on for
the e qll ic'entennial Editi n but
en r brill)' the ' requir.ed
al11(1 unt t c V I' payment of
am 'in advance.
CIVIC CLUB MEETING
POSTPONED FOR
CELEBRATION
Maynard WeItz, Secretary' of
the Civic Club i announcing
that the regular m etino of the
Civic Club scheduled' f or Mon-
day riil.Tht, Sep.t. , 15 . h'as been
set forward to veninO',
Sept. . 29 on account ()f the
Sesquicentennial Cekbration
being , held n ' tl1at day and
evenIng.
Announcerhent \\'i ll be, made
later as t o \vhere the meeting
is to be held.
GARDEN CLUB
HOLDS MEETING
The Garden Club met at the
home of Mrs. Laurence Furnas.
There were seven members pre_
sent. A ,very interesting pro-
gram was ,..pre':,entCid. Refresh-
ments .were served.
, ,
. The Miami Gazetteo-
'ESTABLISHED 1850
EVPI-Y , Thursday by DAVISSON PRESs
, FLOYD L. DAVISSON. Ed1tor
i;n ered as Second Cla.ss Matter' at the Post Office
$1.50 per Year in
National Advertising Representatives
Ohio Weeklies, Inc.; 2465 W. Broad Street,
Columbus 4, Ohio ,
r u; d all -t ' Cltl y ii -.
1 y the g-r :ll numh 'r of
ac ident ' 'Ill d e' p , iallv
a l11 ( 11 au cd I y V\ ar ,
Tr phi .: hr ught ' ' 11 m from
the britfic fr nt b d rans,
The ' Nali l1 al Rifle A ci ati on,
The ' War Dt:pa'rtm nt, the
Navy D partment, and tl)e
Tr a ur, Department have
form d in ea h t ate "War
Tr ph, afety Committee ' t
conduct a vigorou campaign
to advise veterans ab ut th ir
xpl i v - typ tr phi and
their souvenir f irearm, t o
a si t tht! m in reCYi tering tho
fir arm . requirin r 'yi trati n
un i er Federal and tat l aws
and t o a_ ist them, wi th thei'
consent, to draw th f;tng of
the rna t ian a- rou-.
Th War Trophy afety'
Committee for Ohio is com-
posed a follows:
Col. Geor 'e E, Young, C. A. C.,
Unit Instructor, O. R. C,,;Mr,
Paul B. Mason, Chief, Technical
L1lformation Branch, O. R. D.,;
Lieut. (j. g. ) Ralph H. Moore,
, Inspection Navy Material ; Mr,
_John 'R. Repre entative,
National Rifle' Association; anci
Mr. Wm. R. Unkle, Inve tigator
in Charge, AlcohOl rax Unit,
Internal Revenue Service, '
The President on July 25,
1947, heartily approved thi '
,campaign in the f ollowi ng
words:
"It has been brought to my
attention that he War, Navy,
and Treasury Deparment and
, the National Rifle AssiCiation
I have joined in a , campaign of
instruction to prevent the loss
of life and destruction of p ro' -
perty resulting' from the pos-
session of explosive-type. war
souvenirs. One need ' but scan
the pap r ' t ee that uch a
afety pro )'r;1I1l l i badl ne ieci :
"The ' pr gram i pri marily'
on of edu 'ati n It i ' r (Yret-
, b
tal 1" tlla t a tep f th i - kind
was not taken after pa -t wars.
Tlli ' ne\l' !ect ha cost u th ll-
and (f liv sand ' milli on - of
doll ars,
"Th vernm nt a enci s
and ann-pI' fit ,sportmen' .
or 'anizati n ha ve band d to:.
get her in a pUbli rvice, ,. tru t
the public will hear th m-and
heed .. " "
The committee i nli ting
the aid of all l ocal law enforce-
ment a encies ;wd will eek the
cooperation of firearm ', experts
and gun miths to advise on the
safe handling of rifle, 11 t gun ,
pi tols and r v Ivers.
Veterans and their families
who 'ha ve ,guns, shel l s, gre-
nades, land' mines, mortar
heels, explosives, machine
guns, or any othe' type of ex- '
plosive ouve"nir are urged " by
HIe committee to take immedL
, ate steps to cont'act the com-
mittee at 339 Post Office
Building, Cincinnati "- , Ohio, or
ask their local police for advise.
A Letter
From Perry Osborn,
Dear Warren Countains:
, So many of you will recall
me from the days I operated a
bakery for-:-fifteen
years., I though t you would be
interested to know that I have
acquired a lease from Mr. and ,
Mrs. Wendell Graham upon
their restaurant at the junction
of state Routes 48 and 73, pre,-
viously owhed by Lou and
Marlin Summers.
QmCK CLEANERS
25 S. BROADWAY PHONE 1000 LEBANON
The Quick Cleaners ' are '
cialists in ' dry cleaning. T ' ey,
usc the most modern system,
which restores new life to 'all
garments.
The dry cleaning system
used by The Quick
-not only cleans but restores and
brightens in the most satisfacto-
ry manner.
, The very machinery
installed in their plant. makes
it possible for them to handle ,
the finest and most , delicate
fabrics and turn them out 100K.-
ing like new. One fecrture that
the espe-
ially, is their modern
preserve' the
wool fabric and prolong - the
life of the garment. They are
experts in the cleaning of rugs
and carpets, A speciality is
made of c1eani,ng womeI1's
garments.. ,
Your personal appearance is
of , vital importance" both in
business and sociallv. At this
establishment pre s i n g and
shaping of garment is correctly "
done.
.
For prompt and efficien't
cleaning service call Lebanon '
, 1000 or take your to 25
South in Lebanon.
ADVANCE ORDER FOR .sESQUI.CENrENNIAL COPIES
PublicatiQD to be read, about October 1, 1941
The Sesqui-Centermial Committee:
Please reserve copies of the SeiquLCentennial Edition as
per the following:
Name ,
St. Address
-- Rural Rt.
, City
State
Number of copifli wanted at 2Sc per copy -:- "
MAll ORDERS: Add 5c per copy to cover costs .
all orders to P. O. BOX E, 'WA YNESVI(.I .E, OHIO
'For , sev raj :year, thi J
restaurant ha b en the fa vnrik
st pping Ilac for many pel pic
w 0 de ire -' 11 'I LISl y I r ll<rrt>TI
anj .:h( rt rj er ' , - 'rv'i
amid pJe'l "ant SLlITOUlHi iIW" hy
a -taff of c()mpet ' nt wa ikr '
and waitr > , I t i s III ' ' ! Il 'er e:
aim to !r i Ve t yc u thi ' -aml!
-er ' i 'e, on tr;ldi li nnall eX-
pected here,
I hal.l en avor t o I e full y
equippe j at all, time to s rve
you chi ken and ' teak di nner -,
prepared in ' th : tra iiti n:)1
manner, and feature in additi 111
to this, sh rt orders, fame u
Telling's eaLte -I; ice
and a wide electi0l1 of p pillar
brands of 3.2 % beer.
I shall appre iate the u ual
cooperation of aU my I a tr t1
in helping me maintai n the
decency and re pect that has
always been held for thi s place
by so many people.
Cordially your"
Perry Osb rn
Mr. and ' Mrs. Amuros .
Sullivan of Dayton and Mr. ana
Mrs. Harold Stroud of L bemon
spent Sunday evening wi th Mr.
arid Mrs. W. E. Stroud.
graph -:life
bv Jane fite
Mr , -ell \n H ':, I aytun,
wi f e uf the Re, erelll, hid In '
,\vith go li \\ isl1e - tu 'all
V\ aynesvi lle 'friend i n'luding
Mr. and Mr. J O-l:i1il hal11-
ba u 'h f 4th ' tr et.
*** ,
: weet int-elli gc; nt and charIn-
ii1g are a ijective t 1 ,lies ril1'
Mi s Mary Ann 13 1I r l O ll .
Audrey' and H want' dau.oh-
ter.
'
***
Thi s oTd world i a nie
to liv,e in but i t w ulli be ,nicer
if v.e ryone wer more l\ke Lou
and Marlin . L1mmer -. Th y ha ve ,
alw'!ys be n hi h on my honor
roll.
*
It e til Olen and w men
are reall y havll1g their "uP' an i
downs" with these l1,ew leng-t h
fashions.
WELDING'
BILL LEE, Wayne Park
Vi it our, hop during
Sesq uicen tenn i al
The Miami Gazetk I are 2
' Wa nc vi ll ,Ohio No. 3 3
Thur ' day, '\ I , 1 7
IN CASE OF FIRE DIAL 2222
BEGINNING SEPT. 2,1947
WE ARE PAYING AGENTS ,
FOR GOVERNMENT
TERMINAL LEAVE BONDS
Th e B nd are it dit ct
'oblia-ati on of the Fe eral
Gov mm nt' and it i s not
nece sary t o ca .. h them at
this time.
If po sibl e- w urge you
to .-h old them , r r invest-
ment.
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NATIONAL
BANK ,
WayneaviIle, Ohio
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Wayn viII
Thtifsda I
fir.c picnic at the home of. Mr '.
'Gt'rtrupe . ' alt in DaYlnl1,
SUlliay eveni ng.
Rhod Bunn lJ and famil,
of Rt, 1 \\ er, Sunda ' ev nin

gues.t of Mominia an I Nel1ie
Bunn'II. .
Mr. and Mr. : G'or 'e' Pdcron
0\ er Lahor Dn .
Little Fr. nKie Grul r i.' 'ver
.ill with rhcumati fever. .
young bird in Ohio, if the irds
w ig-h J 18 pound or le .. s.
Hea vier ids are J.2 cen ts a
pound Jivewei o'ht. Gj' .. de U
hir L- will hen I -. a pound
\ .
Brotherhood J!icnit
Well Attended '
The annul I ricn ic of the
Warren Count. M thodi t Men' s
Brotherho d held at Morrow'
M,ethodi t church, unda
noon, Sept. 7 wa attended h
about one hundred per on',
member ' of th . variou
churche in th di trict and
their famili es. A ha ket picni
was enjoyed at 4 o'clock and
after thi an wa - giv n
by, br. Jame Th rna. , of uth
Side Methodi t Chur h who
spoke on the th me of
t l axn s in the pro-
JIlotlOn of the educati n of
children in the r.' Jlgi ou tea h'-
ings. He a ume j t hat the futur'
of the countr and the w rh.
is now in he IHind f th child.
. reno Th ir can pt f a r .. I'>
foundati n will a;
m te the pea' th at tt l'
now s fr.ui tk ,; I \- ::','l!" h fr. r .
Tho se r r ill); c r ina tt ;1 !
ance wer Mr an 1 Mr ' . I( C.
Moler and Jam rl m' r, I r.
and Mr. A. . av, \r.' and
Mr . H. UIlCyl ' h " Mrs. ", I).
aird, v. ani ' Mr. H. H.
C l eman, Mr. Clint)n jark.
an d Mr. an j . M r -. W a jt,
Whita reo
ST. JOHN RECEIVES
MASTER OF ARTS
ATTEND WEDDING
AT SPRINGFIELD
T he g-ue t If t from Wayne
ville for the
W liLii ng at th l Fir t Lutheran
Ch urch in . on atur
da, 'aft rnoon ,iIlClude,d Mr. an j
tVI'. J hn Fr mm, Mr. J. C.
Hawke, ' Mr. and Mrs. C. Lee
Hawke, Mr. and M'r . D n
H:.wke, Mr. and Mr , M. F.
. I l ( i y, Mr.-.
E. F. Earnhart and Mr. La Mar
Earnhart. .
--Lytle neW6
Mr. Harold Hamilton , of
Kansas City several days
last week with his aunt, Mrs.
. '. Donald Baird and f.amily of
Gebhart Rood.
.'Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Burnet
attended the Discussio.n Group
Wednesday evening-' at the '
home of Mr. and Mrs. Mac
Wilson near Waynesvill e.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sayl or
and children, ' Mr. William
Creighton' . and Rev. Joseph
Myers attended the Brother-
hood meeting at . Ma o'n,
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Acker.
ma.n and of Vandalia, '
. Mrs. W. G. Haines, Mrs. Norma
Pounds and SOil and Mr. "and
Mrs. Alva Scott of Dayton were
Sunday afternoon 'and evening
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Kenrick. '
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steinke
and Ja-rnes attended a -camp
The quarte!l v' comll1un ion
ervice ' wa_ r d at L ,t!
Church unda. i n harRe f
Ill. a tor, Rev, .1 0 ph M 'er "
Mr. and Mr . Harve I Burn t
and Mr, , . H. Burn' t ';Ltt nd '\
a ousi n's picnic , dinn r un.
day at th I h 1m Jf Mr. an Mr .
H arl Harvey in Lehanon.
M dame: ' Nett' mr ick.l
13 . Jone , Halph Hamme,nL! '
HG ne The Wind' at
Lowes in Dayt on Tue day. .
Mr. and Mr.. Roy mith an i
children are vacati oning f or a
'c" upl of week ' at the mokey
Mountains
. Mr, Mari Short of Leban n
and Mr. John W. hort f Love.
land were' marri ed ' l y 'J u, tice of
The pt J1,1ber meet in 0 f
the Woman' . 0 iet \' , f
Chur h, whi h met W dne' ay
aftern . n at th e home of Mrs
' Donald .Bairj n , til I G 'bhart
.Road, pr v d aver enjo. able
affair. After the bu in - L: ion
the I' gram wa in th form
of sch. 01, with Mr. Harold
Hamilton a teacher, The com ..
,mitt ee in char-ge wa : M Cleo
Gray, Mrs. Mae Wink an I
Mrs. Minnie Foulks. Gu > t at
the meeting were: Mr . CharI :'
Morgan and two children ait
Dayton, Mrs. Mary Cath rine
Furray of Bellbrook' and Mr"
Margie Mae Watkins.
hi ' hom.e in LytL, atm. ay
I t
the Peace, Walter K nrif' k at A n
afternoon.
_ er6ol",a. e6
Mi Almeiha , teinke, in M
, mpany i th . Mr. . Edna r. and Mrs. N ah Newman '
anvey, Mr, \ Vi ll iam Ganve" and family pent la t week in
; Mr. arah of N w K ntucky vi iting wit h . Mr"
1 el :moll
,
visit d frien i in Lima uncle and aunt, Mr.
W dn.esday. . and Mr . J. W. Wad - at
Miss ' Franci Whitaker is ville, Ky. They al s vi it ,
attending 'a tate 4. H Club many point of 'nterest through.
meeting in Columbu thi we .k" out the state,
,Mr. and Mr . Vernon Pur ley Mr. and Mr. 'l :C. MUI"r:l Y
ami, s n, with th latt of near ChicaR have ill!' -h,l s d
parent, Mr. and Mr. A. D. th L.V. B'ran hat!) !' pr r'rty
' mith . pent un :lay with Mr. an will n make t11 -ir 11 11 111
' In i Mr . J hn Br wnin at Mt. h re, ' r. Murray \\ as formerl.
' rt1 m, Ind.
a nativ f Cin innatl an i Mrs.
Mrs. Harold teinke was Murray of ' pringt or .
hall ' red at a ' birthday party Mr. and ' Mrs. on aId M
Thursday evening at her home Hawk 1 I Mr. and Mr, Ha;Ti "
"Ech PIa pening of ifts -Mo-h r and daughter, Vii' 'ini:1
and serving f r fre hments Lee, were unday dinner ' ts
to fri nd ' from Dayton, Van- of Mr. and Mrs. Fred , C.
dalia and L tie follow d an n Hart - k of Milford.
j able social ven'ing. Mr. Frank ' L. Tayl r of
Mr. and Mr .. Ralph Barg' r tamfbrd, Conn, i thi we k
and children, Barbara and guest of Mr. and Mr. Harri
Randall, moved ta t w ek :to ' Mosher and dau ht r, Vir 'inia
Wa -hington C. H., wh re Mr. Lee and Mr. an 1 Mr. Ronald
Barger has taken over his M. Hawke.
father's contracting and Mr. and Mrs. Georg-e' Bunnell
ing bu ine ' s. They are living and family of t. B rnard were
with 1h former parents for a Wayne vill vi itor 0 11 atur
few week until their new hom ... .' da. .
there is complet d.- We sorry Mr. and Mr . J hn Bogan of.
to the Bargers leave ' ur Lebanon vi ited Mr;and Mr .
comI?unity-. - -= - Charles Bog'an in Wellmai1
1
0.,
MI sAnna L. Hoak 'after a Sunday.
va'Cation in New York Mr. and Mr. . A, Ora yo
. City has to her work from New York Cit motore:i
at Dr, Youhgs Clinic, Lebanon. home. to I e with her. parent.
D G, "Service
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n.ece siHes of cO'mmercial life
today., Brevity is the .,ul of
business today, and . rapi 1 trans
portation whe.re YO.lIr mind
need not be on the intri adcs
of modern driving i important
in itS- transaction . . . . .
pas enger and in hiring only de-
pendable driver. '.' .
. driver, at th
1
i l) .
sistance C?f Mr.' Phillip,
under stringent in regar i .
to speed and driving i urin,' l. ad
w6ather. To , the e drivers are
in'structed to exercis th ' :tme
care in bandling pa seng:er L
is the rule in han jl'ng' taxi
safely. They . offer the best.
service . at the most rea onu111
rates. .
Mr. ani Mrs. H(war:i Tinia!l
and B bt ie f Mi i i (own w ' f'
unday' ev ning aU r of
Charle Mauri an j "'if.
Mr, ani Mr . L nAIf d of
Rc utc 1, ati nd j h Amer i an
Legion C My ntil n I in
York Cit. re entl . Th . aLo
vi ited in 0 t rait, jrlvin,
through Cana 1a, t J e j at
Niag-ara Fall -. The r ' turn d
home through Vir inia.
Ie .
Mi Geral jin Whit f
Akron' pent the week elld with
her aunt, Dr. Mary L. C k.
12 Here om Autr - i n 13
a two-gun blazing fury t . right
th badman' r n s.
SADDLE. PALS
. Mr, and Mr . Thoma Hardi n
have had the er great plea ur'
of l1a ving with th "m f I' everal
day their daught r, Mr . Jam
McCormi k and littl '. n
Le, f a t n. Littl
Thomas .Lee i their 'fir t gran i-
child and thi was hi fir -t vi -it
to hem.
. tarrin <r Gene Autry, Lynn
Roberts, Sterling Holloway.
Ala: Cartoon; Andy Clyde;
Animal hort.
Mr. and Mrs. Corwin AI' , Mr.
and Mr. Ev rett Marlaft an j
daught r Mr. and' Mr. Kent
Ary all of Wayne ville, Mr. and
Mrs. WiIfr d Aryan i 1a ughter
14 A mighty e]' of ' ' 15
i a' t ugh t t own, f those
Ja\\ Ie s da v when fr \lUer
V\ yoming r' ared.
CHEYENNE.
of Mi ami h re - aUended tb .
at aill ,
The
Featt;.Irin Humphrey Bogart,
Barbara Stanwyck all j Alexis
Smith.
Added: Col r Cart n.
COMPLETE
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SERVICE'
We endeav r to keep our s r ic mod 1'11,
c mplete and propriat .
. STUBBS Funeral aome
TELUHONE 2291 WAmESVILLE, O.
I" the field"
BIG M
yield-both and
ualitywise-is what makes success
that during. the past 20' Y,eara more
and more of these succealful fannen
are ' using BiG ' M -Brand Fertilizera.
"Beat in 'the ,field" i. our way of
saying that you can't use a finer
fertilizer for all field than free-
flowing BIG M-alwaYi 'mailUfac-
tured up to standards, never doW"J
. to price. Beat buy BIG MI
TIle Miami Fertilizer
ComPIIDY II _ inde.
pendent Miami Valley
concern under direct
operation of ita own.era.
Orde, no .. lrom "our dMl., lor laI'. '
Th
. MI IF ' Iii C '1 O"ICI IN DAnON, OHIO am er.t zer ompany fACTORY IN DDlIN, OHIO

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Much money i expended in
Lebanon by D & G Taxi
Service, under -th manag'ement
of William Phil1i'p , in tile pur.
chase of ad quat, m I iern
automobiles for the ervice-
in the 'upkeep f 'thc-' taxIL.al
in the k tpi ng 'ur' uaic
insurance which ( :': e r f
Call Leban I'l 580 or Morrow
when in need of safe.,
sp edy tran pottation. Why not
make U$e of this service the
next time you are "in Lebanon .
or Morrow. BUllDH.GS CHATTELS AUTOMOBILES lIABIUTY
CA.SH
fO R CAR$
Any make or model
Fred Kahn Motor Car Co.
PHONE,.
LEBANON, OHIO
"4-W& Y FAR . INSURANCE" .
in the Ohio will give you prorectioo apinst lo.ses
00 yoar farm. It CO\'el'a your bulldinp, your chattels, your automobll.i
and your liability for accidents to othen. Why Dot see \II today i
Yoa __ .rou
t
,. ufe wbcD JOU're iaaured ia abe 'OhJo Parmenr
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'Karl D. Dakin ' 'Insurance Agency

153, 20 E. Mulberry, LEBANON, O.


OHiO "'IMERJ'IIIIUIWMI COMPAIft
, . ... _0 ... a. INDIMII'IY CD. fJlM

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"Friendship ,Night"
Has Large Attendance
Mi allli Chap,t r 1 7 S.
met in r'egular ' it n ( n Mon. '
day eveni ng, and "Fri n -i hip
Ni o' ht" \\'<l - d with an
attendanc f a ut 1 Q' uests
and memh' L,
Mrs. Olive H'l in , Grand
Organi st f Blanch ter ; Mr.
William ' Kn wlton, Grand
Martha of Norwood; Mr.
William 0, Grand entinal
of Bethel, Mrs. Ethel Wyl,
Grand R pre entative from
,Bethany; Mrs. Lillian h rwood,
Grand Representativ ' from
Lebaryon; Mr. Wilma Yoemans,
Grand Representati ve from
L a v el a 11 d; Mr'. Bernice
Johnson, Deputy Grand Matron
from a ina ; and everal di -
tingui'shed ,Masons .werthe
SESQUICENTENNIAL
COMMITIEE .
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
Presents
If "'.
.4JU AMERi..H'
, '. , ONE DAY ONLY
MONDAY
.
SEPTEMBER 15
-- F turlnl--
20 Big ' J\cb
The 01 eat LaVelda's Troupe.
The Zallee Troupe.
Novelty Entertainers.
Miss Freda Johnson '
Queen of the Air.
The Great Paul and Earls
Champion Clown Jugglers "
Miss Sadie Lee and Her
,Trained Horses
Monkeys, Ponies anet Dogs
h n r , 'ue t - of tl1 evenin .
Mr -. Ralph Ha-tin o-' \ a in
,cha.rg of th very entertainin y
program a f 11 w ' : V cal
0 10, Mi ss Jan H art 0 ' k;
Acrobatic Dance, M i M uilyn
Burske; Mid ' t Dance Numl er ,
Mrs. A. T. Polin ky and Mr .
Al va Th mp n ; Reading, Mrs.
Ralph H'l ting ; Marimba In,
Mi - Betty Campbell; Im'pers n.
ati n f Al J 1- n by Robert
Hastings; ' Miss Naomi Earnhart
and Mrs. GI nn Bl and w- re
accompani sts f r the vari ous
numbers.
This program received :l
great appl ause after which
everyone wa invit ,d to the
dini ng ro m wh re umn1er
flowers were beautrfully arrang-
ed and sal ad, sandwiches and
iced tea were served with Mrs.
Don Hadley as chairman of the
c mmittee which er'ved so
many in uch an effici ent
manner.
Different towns represented
were Tippecanoe, Lovel and,
Blanche ter, Mason, West A.lex-
andria, MO,rrow, Xeni a, Har.
veysburg, i nking pri ngs,
Peebles, Lebanon. New Burling-
t on, Wilmington,- Lynchburg,
Sabina, Bethany, Bethel and
Spring Valley.
Mi ss Naomii Earhart, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold ' B.
Earnhart, has ,entered the Miami
Jacobs Business College for the
two years exec4'f,iye secretarial
course. of study.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ellis, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Smith, Mr. and
rs.
,Ernest Butterworth, Mr. and
IWrs. ." Rich d Mr. and
M Gle n Borden were Satur-
. day eve ing guests of Mr. and
' , Mrs. L. V. Branstrator in Wit
' mington. '
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Prendergast
were guests ', of Mr. ' and Mrs.
Jesse Prendergast during the
past week. '
Mrs. A. H. ' Earnhart, Mrs. E.
F. Earnhart with Mrs. Karl Babb
and son, Mr. Dean Babb enjoy-
ed lunch at ' the Co'lleg.e of
Columbus on ' rhursday.
'Mr. 'and Mrs. Milton Hartsock
of Baltimore Maryland are
spending a few days with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. H.
Hartsock and Mr. and Mrs. ,
'R!llph J I;Jefore .. resumin g
their at , University of
Cincinnati.
, , Mr. and Mrs. Fromm are ex-
pecting to be at home with the
grooms parents upon their re-
turn from a honeymoon in the
','Smokies. "
Methodist ChUf,ch Notice '
unlhy m ming ' ept. 1--1 til
at 9 : ' ' c\ ' k /. h Mell w i i:1
Chur h wi n have a e 'ial
-ervic . I'r ,f. Vade Mill 'r,
u( t. f the chool ()f Mil il
town, will ' peak 11' the lhel1h:.
"The Fell w uf Thn" Wh '
Care, "
P ' ial MU ' ic
"0 My ul Bl es ' Til u
J. h vah."
Vocal Duet, Mr. : ber t '
Chapman, Mrs. ,Gil bert Fry .
The church will partici at in
the 11: 3 ervice at th r ark
als .
The children of ur I cal
Church cho I wi ll meet at the '
Church, aturLi-ay pr mptl y , at
2 o'clock and a way wiII be
provided for them to go in the
parade. All come .. '
CHEERFUL CIRCLE
MEETS SATURDAY
Mr. ' a nd Mrs. L. V.
B-ranstrator entertained' th
Cheerful 'Circle, Saturday even
ing ot their ,home in Wilming-
ton. The g-u t s were Mr. and
Mrs. J. B." Rich, Mr. ' and Mr .
Ernest Butterwort h, Mr. and,
Mrs. Morris Co-rn,ell of Dayton,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Borden,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ellis.
WAYNE SO.SIDN 4-H.
CLUB ACHIEVEMENT DAY '
PROGRAM
4-H Club Pledge, Club,
Devotion, Barbara Hartsock
4-H' Club Motto, Colors; Creed,
Eileen Brown
Song "Dreaming'" National 4.'H
for girls,.' Chorus
Address" Mr. Ross
Recitation ,"As a Man Thinketh,
DoilOa Hadley
Recitation ' ''Mary's 0011",
Winnie stout '
Piano Solo "Rustle of Strings",
Frances. Waifacre
Reading CIA Country Girl';:,
Creed", Doris Charlton
Recitation, Naomi Burton
Song, Chorus
Style Revue
Demonstration uHow tG make
a bed", Jennie Lee Braddock,
Frances Whita,cre
Recitation U M' y Mot her's
T r a vel i n g Bag, n, Rhoda ,
Bunnell
Vocal Soio "When Your 'Hair
Has Turned to Silver" ,
Charlene Edenfield
ReCitation, Lorene Salisbury
Piano Duet" Jennie Lee and
Wilhelmina Braddock
Recitation "Entertaining Big
Sister's Beau.", Patty Brown
Vocal Soja "All Through The
Doris Brown
Address, Miss Bay ,
Piano Solo "Valse Bleue" t
Janet Michener ' ,
Recitation ' ''Can You", Marilyn
Gons
Recitation "If I Knew You",
Joan La 'Rue
The' Great Prof. "opp and
Many other Cuxiosities.
Novelty Acts ,and
Thos8 Clowns.
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Pedormau;ace. Twice Daily
SHERWOOD Refrigeration Sales
=====:=::a&.,= and Service ' ==
"
2 and 8 P. M.
8ii Free ' Act at' 1 :30 7 :30
A ,Musical Concert on the
Calliope Before Each
Performance
At popular pr,icea 30c ad 60c
las IDcluded.
A CirCUI that JOY mUlt Dot miss.
Show Grounds at
WAYNE--2.ARK
PROMPT, ' EFFICIENT REPAIR
ON' ALL .OF ' EQUIPMENT
Representative for
WILSON
"
Phone 332 M
MILK COCDLERS
FREEZJRS
LEBANON, OHIO
Piano Duet "Da Dream",
Dnroth and Mi riam WiLL 11
Recitati on " \\ hat lint "",
anct r'l imp. 11
"' <1 llll11itl L: :
art I Bunn 1\
Charkn ' Edenfield
D 'I' th Wil -oll
TllO' t! r
hon 1" thi ' ear 'wer' : Ann
I oger , M did dre- - at
Fair; Judy " nner, V on til :
Count y Health' C nl st; Eil een
Br wn, Re'pr ntativ for Cluil
Con )'rC$ ; Jennie L. ' t: I3r:l id( k
and France Whita re w n the
C unt Oem 11 trati 111 C ntest.
We \.vant t thank everyon
who has helped in any way t
make th'i year - work a u ce '
and specially the parents f r
s eing that til O' irl complete i
th ir work. '
COUPLE HONORED:ON
41ST ANNIVERSITY
Mr. and Mrs Robert Wil on
and family f Dayton, Mr. and
Mrs. Denver Bogan and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Bogan and
son of Clark ville, Mr. and Mr .
Walter Fri end and famil y, Mr.
and Mrs. F.l oyd Lynch and
Gazett' P'l ge 4
, hin No. 4'3.3 3
tptemll er 1 1, 1l)47
family, Mr. <,lnd MT. Ell )'ene
l3( . an an j family all f
C
\ a 'ill! viI , Mr. ani Mr. arl
Baner and famil of Fayette.
ville ' upri ed Mr. and Mr,
Charle ' B an of Wellman n
lheir -ll t Wedding ty.
,SSISTANT' ASSUMES
DUTIES AT McCLURE
FUNERAL HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Earl ui gley
and 1 year ol d, daugllt r have
mov d fr m Davt n, O. t the
apartm nt on tile . cond fl oor
f the MLClure Funeral Home.
Mr. Quigley is the a ' i tant of
Mr. James E. M Clur ' in the
.' op' rati )n f Funeral H.
He assumed hI S 'new dutl e as
of Augu ' t
' Mr. ui gl ey wa ' form'rly
with the Unite1 tat e- Marines
in the late war and served thr c
y ar a an a,mbulance driver.
Mi s Ruth Burnett, nur e at
Mi ami Va'lley Hospital, is home
on vacation.
AMBUlANCf
PHON-E '
WE ARE IN
2111
CONSTANT ATIENDANCE
at our funeral home. With
living apartments In
aU calls are answered at the
door or by phone, immediately
and at any hour of the day or
night. I '
McCLURE
HOME
WAYN ESVI,lLE. OH 10
. Beauliful

D U R H'A M'
(Table and' 4 chairs)
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'18.40
Waynesville Famiture " Appliance
South Main Street acrou from Granae HaD '
Telephoae 2422 WAYNESVIU..E, oiuo
" KMITONE NU-6NAMEL ' G. E. BULBS
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Pag 5 .' 1 he Miami Gal.ctk
hi o Nil ,
Thur 'da , SCI temiler " " 7
METHODIST CHURCH
R. B. Coleman. Minister
Sunday 'S h l)'I ' 9 :30 a.m.
J . ,J, Gur -ke, Supt.
W .r.;: hipS rvj ce 10':3 0 'a.m.
:y uth F "ll \\' , hip , '
Th,ur. iay., 7 :30 pm.
MT. HOLLY METHODIST
T. M. Scarff.
C;undav Seho I ' <;l:30 a.m
E. A. Earnh'ut, Supt. ,
Wor ship Servi e 10 :30 a.m.
Evening Service 7 :30 p.m.
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel N. Keys, Minister
8 :00 a. m., Ante-C mrfluni n
10 :30 a. m" M rnin )' Prayer
and Sermon
UTICA E. U. B. CHURCH
Rev. A. J. Furstenberger
Sur'lday Seho I 9 :30 a.m.
M'rs. Jame Garri son, Supt.
Preaching-. 1 t and 3id Sundays
each month 10:3 a.m.
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FRIENDS
first Day School 9 :30 a.m.
Meeting for Worship
10:30
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ST. AUGUSTINE
Father Krumholtz, Priest
Mass 8 :00 ,a. m. and 1 :00 a. in.
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FERRY ' CHURCH of
Ralph E. Stinlon, Minister
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
Morning Worship 1 d :30 a.m.
Morning: "Making Up My Mind
About The Task."
Youth Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
Adult Prayer Meeting 7 :30 p.m.
Evening ,- Evangelistic Service
8:15 p.m.
Evening: "Ashamed of Jesus."
A friendly with a
G.QSpel Message
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WA\ 'NESVlUE
CHURCH OF .CHRIST
Robert L. VanZile, Minister
Bible School ' , 9 :30 a.m.
Communion 10 :30 ' a.m.
Sermon . t t :00 a.m.
Evening Servh:e 8 :00 p.m.

NEWS
NEW PLEDGE-
OF AU..EGIANCE
, pled'ge allegiance to the
flag of the United States ' of
of America, and to the republic
for ' whiCh -it stands; one nation
indivisible, . with liberty an.d
justice for all. I shalt uphold
all lawful civil authority, honor
and , obey my parents' and
teachers, and respect the dignity
of. every person. I promise to
keep my life morally cleaI:t and
to live honorably so that 1
may merit the respect of my
fellowmen and the approval of
God, the Suprelpe Judge of my
condud. " '
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' The total enrollment at the
GJlQde Building on Monday of
,the second ?reek was 329. '
- -\) ll owinll'
a t r' Y of., the
o'ew Pl eli.n'e nf All gi ancc to
th ' Flag wl1' it ll . chool child
<I I' \ in,t!. requi' d t n men1O-
ri e. Thi wa':-:J.l I rnveli 11 t i e
C17tl1 CIl: I ral , l' Jl1hl y '( hi n
at it , 'regul ar ... e ' inn,'
';J),." Ridge
A FARM DIARY
by
D. J. Fraizer
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tll f'r ,:It do k, \\ ith : hip t
- aTI th-e p' rt- of thc w rid,
' \\'ns the gr'at pa I at
til > u en M:lry and h( t ,
outh Am ri a', ' and > ;en
',lIld 'LII ( ver the wu rid Ferr
I nts to New J I'"e I. n
I l and and then all of a : u jd 11
tll 'r> I \Va. at til f err f r the
tntue f Lihert . The-re wa a
parking jla there with a man
j,u -t c , min ut, I in
and park d my ar an j t ( k I
the ferry out t e til tatu,-
l f Lil i-ty at I t: han 1. I didn't
get ff the b ' at, as it ma i my
feet hurt to l ook at all tll o e
Marbl 11 , ai, Ma s, ept. 2, tep ' but it gave me a fine view
194 7. Labor Day i over and of New Y rk fam u sky l ine,
vacat i on time i at an end. La t From there I drove on and n
ni ght the cat ru hed I y al l past the ol d ' Batt ry whi h i "
ni ght fill ed with hom ward being torn d Wll, pa t the
hound vacati oni I s. Thi III rn- Fulton treet Fi h market, past
, ing even the ays vaca- the end of Wall tr et and
ti n i over. Yesterday bright Maiden Lane, under the end f
sunshin is Ka ne and til f g i - Brooklyn Bridge, on pa 't hund
rolling in from ,the ocean. reds- of huge apartments hou e
papas have gone back t o work and t enements, to the feat Tri-
and the mamas are bu y g tting Borough Bridge, up over it to
the children ready for school t o see what it was like, There I
begin. kirt mu t , be l et d wn had to. make a qui k decision
and waists let ' out , and new which way to go a I w nt to
cl othes bought for those who the Bronx. On and n I rode
grew t oo fast to f it la t pring' : up one street and d \Vn anoth r
clothes. The car is oiled and getting into" all sorts of places
greased and the uitcases will be " I had heard of but had never
packed for the homeward t rip. seen. Harl em where the faces
Just four weeks ago Mrs. of the crowd on the sidewalk
Merri ck, M r, Ralph Parks' were all shades from bl ack to
mother, and 'I pulled ' out of yellow. Down Park Avenu,
Waynesvill e heade,d east. It was past all the fashi onable hotels
, a more or less un v,entful across and restaurants that you read
Ohio, a piece of We t Virginia about in stori es, Sherry's and
and a piece of Pennsylvania to Delmonicos with their uniform-
the entrance to the great Penn- ed doormen. The Ritz and The
sylvania Turnpike. An over _ Plaza Central Park where they
night stop , then 'the turnpike, still have open carri ages drawn
Harrisburg, Allentown and a by horses for those' who wi sh
long ' stretch of New , Jersey a leisurely ride. At last I came
suburbs of ' New York to the ' to the parking garage which I
George Washington ' Bridge and had planned to find ,earlier in
then the parkway t o Mt. Vernon the day but now it was t1me t o
where Mrs. Merrick's brother' go, back to Mt. ' Vernon, bu.t I
and sisters live. After a night ,in had seen New York, at least thc
,that hospitabl e home I started outside of more of it than I had
l.OCAL CONCERN WILL
CARRY- WALLPAPER IN
,
Girl Scout News
STOCK AT ALL TIMES Th e Gil I . '( uts hel i th :> ir
TI W ,'II F' 't , In tinK : i nce l a ' t f all on
le , a ne \1 e Ulnl u e W. dn . da ' el t. 3 at the Hi "'"
, I. A pIJullCt ( dill pa ar ClI1-_ _ ' , ,.."
, h' k I 1 f
n 1I1lCJl1 . \ 1 \\" fl at t1 y The\' d thei r Girl
ha v r c lei \V rd of th t -, ' -
'nT f I' t f t t. ' feu iI1 , ft , tar f( r () Il ' y' ar
' I I S ll pmen ,a ' 0 memb 'r hip ' tl troc.' p ere -t
th well Art ' t Wall (th' r dl ir'j ) an i the troop
I hlPI11 Ilt Will 11- nu'ml er one. . '
tall1 a vaned numl er f patt rn" ' Tl ' t ,t' , t f
' th t ,-I ' " 1 nex 111 lng' I ' or
111, newe u' ,I 'n and lJ1 ;l W dn .;: in ' ept ,\ at 3" 00
'wld rang f PrJ C ' . ' - . . ,"
'I' h' 's ne ' : t' t' 111 the HI gh . ' hoo l YIll ,
I I a W JI1l1lVa I 11 or .
'Waynesvil1. and c mmunit t J Y ,c J3eal
have a l ocal t ck of wall Ne\ " Relorter
papers n hand -0 that a I '_
t,i n and purcha -e can be made
qui kl y and ' onvenient ly with_
out the usua.l waiti ng p ri d f r
the order to be shipped.
The initial order arriving in a
few days will be only a small
part of the total stock t o ev nt-
uall y b carried by thi concern.
Their plan inclu9 a full rang",
of patterns 'suitable f r any
room. The' public, is invited to
inspect this , line of fin 'willL
papers.
Convenient storage racks
are being at th uth
Main street store room f r the
efficient handling of the st ck.
Display easl es will be on hand,
for' the showing of the various
patterns .of wallpaper carried
in stock.
ENSILAGE
rer Sale
at $2.50 pel'
ton
Off The C;'rr;er
Roxanna Canning Co.
Corwin Plant
t
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Of course, patterns not in HOURS'
stock can be uppl' e I witl ill .1 "
few days nqtice.
IN OASE ' OF FI RE. DIAL 2222
' WANTED
DEAD STOCK
HORSEs - $10.00
COWS - $1'2.00 '
HOGS - $3.00 cwt.
Ace ..... ln. t. SI ... Condition
AJ.o, AD SMALL STOCK
REMOVED PROMPTLY

. XENIA WILMINGTON
9-12 esc h morning
1-5 afternoons except
Wednesday
7-9 Saturday evening
Other e,veninga by

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TELEPHONE 62-&
Dr. C. E. Wilkin'
Optometric Eye Specialist
26 South Detroit
,J
, o.ut to ex'plore New York. Don' t ' ever seen before.
ever hesitate to drive through Now 'l must go and paGk-a-Rd- ...
New York if you can drivc' perhaps t omorrow 1 can again
through Cincinnati or even ,go into New York find the
Dayton, you can make it ing garages and go window
through Y ark. The plan shopping and see the insides of
was to drive down. the Hendrick

Hudson Highway to fifty- some of the great buildings and
seventh , street then to find a .stores. then , home again. Vaca-
parking garage and go shopping tion is over.
but after looking at the map I ------
decided to try something else. Mrs. R. M. Moler called on
I passed fifty- seventh street and , Mrs.. Girdon Bacon, Friday
went on and. on till I came past evening.
Fann-Bureau Co-Operative Assn.
OWNED 'BY WARREN COUNlY FARMERS
MANAGED BY RALP;H E . . GUCKIJ\N
The Miami cover- farUller spends on hi s Jjvetock
'ing as it does, a rural and semi- only the proper
rural district, wishes to bdng to feeds which are indispensible to
the attention of its readers one pro.fit-making operations. In'
firm in Lebanon' which has this connection, we whole-
'served this district long and heartedly recommend , The
' well, The Farm Bureau Co- Farm, Bureau Feeds which are
Associatiot:l. They are 'ground and mixed with just one ,
<;iistributors 'of Feeds, Fertilizer, purpose, the economical and '
Seeds, Fendllig, , Oils and prbfitable of livestock,
Greases, Roofing and Paint; and their families
..... Ch.r,H II I
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Blacktop Driveway,s
Road Oil and Tar Applied
Resurfacing and Driveway Recoating
' FREE ESTr lMATES
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,4 Safe Rule
I To Follow
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a suggesti on
tha:t will make yoU;"
car 'Iast longer, ride
smoother, and rUl1
mo re e f fie i e n t.J ':I '
Have your ca r
greased and the oil
'changed at'least once
every, thousand miles
, or every thirty days'
. S r A r , o N,' , ... whichever cGme's
, . first.
, Plani are being made ff!){' an
extwbit at the Warren County'
Fair tbis year.
Throughout OhiQ Itlore than .own ana' operate these I
o.ne hundred . thousand farm' can . business en t e r p r i s'e s ,
families work ' ' together in ' a Throughout Mie 'are hurid-
pattern of friendly and pur - reds of farm-owned coopera-
pbseful cooperation. The lives; They mean teamwork and '
hundred far m ncighbolly cooperation among
enterprisei increaiing, farmers. They mean greater
farm purchasing p,*hasing power to farmers
ed fanners , the most and rural community alike. And
important customers in the they mean a m"Ore and
rural community. Cooperatives pro9perous agriculture to ,the
are helping ' to build a sound nation.
And to hav:e the job done as it should bring Y0ur car here.
,Our eqUipment and " Know-How" is your assurance tb at- t h
work wm be ' Gone accordhlgly ti> fact CfY
Rel1lember . . . it costs flO more h' get products that are
the best and work that you can, on. ' " ,
, ...
Weare serv!ng jin average
of 261 ch'i1drell per 'day at the
grade building. Mrs. Robert
Chapman is the dietician. Mrs.
Winifred Hartsock and Mrs
Bill McKeever ar{" the cooks.
6mches are 20c-per day,
and prosperous American ec- The Farm Buteau Coopera.
ono'my. ' tive at Lebanon is our repre-
This prides it- sentative of this vast nation-
self on the livestock and poultry yet
raised by its farmers. However" b.ound in friendly alliance for
the care and effort whkh every - the good of alt.
ASHMEAD STATION
NORTH MAIN STREET
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
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FAIRLY FAMILIAR
f r om Page 1)
' V I y , wo den
pl atf )rl11 in whi 'h lw l.e hav
been ClIt ei ,t e:tt fn r t he
i (' il d ..:: ' Inlier ihi ' eat water
run in the tr :1 rr
t he r , At t'ime t hi. '" tem
f ai l t o work. The t rl ugh fi ll
up, eyen to runnin,o- over n the
fl or, down t he jer . I adinR t 9
the toilet room. and int o th e
one (ira in in th ! a ment,
l ocat ed in t he ho' r . r nm.
The. e t oil et 1(1 ated ju t
a f ew eet f rom t l e ba ment
dinin g . room where chi l:1 ren
c o n tI m e their
. lunche , To cl ean t is ro m it
i to the f l or
down with a h.O e and weep t he
water th r ugh t he basem .nt
hall way t o the 1 lIle orne ba e_
ment drai n i n t he bniJ r room,
Fl o r in the l a ement, t Oi lets
and dini ng room wet,
and smd ly. Large '
I f toi l L had an out ide chil d ? Mr. ivc t o k I'l l' ed'r,
ntrance and .wer well v nt L how much do you invest t ) prO-
lated they coul d t l1 n hav ' t ect your va luahl e at imaL ?
d or . i n. taIled at l h in -j i Are your hil ir n or ulI r
ent ran e hi ch W l ul d d ) n; uch hil ct r n wort h' an,
t al eviate t h l ' that Thi i one ::a - '
meatc the r -t f th hui lding. aet i 'n will speak mu h l oude r
Lighting volumn ul d be aug. . than word. Perhap n one H
m ' nt ed b ' t li ' i n t all ati n of no e pecial (1' r . up ca.n h
addi ti l i ght in g f i xt ure ' in blamed f or the e.xi ting condi.
, t he e ilin , Wha t L the price ti on at our grad ' 11 0 I. Time
we h ul d pa f r thc af t has brought abuut .m;.t'n of the
and health of our chil dren? If situati on f olin I t h rc: It i
. these neGes ary repair ' to th ' pos ibl e that a littl e . cl er '
school . bui ldi n were t o t a check n gen.eral maint nan
t hou and, t wo thou an 1, five coul d have avoided ma'ny f the
thousand, is t hat t oo mu h to conditi on, However, thi . is'
pay f or the li fe qf ev n 'one . wat er over t he dam and n
amount of f inding : pot t .
pIa e an hhm \\ i l l h of any
a v a iIi n g e Hi 11 g: the i () b. i I ' Il e ) f
radicat i ng th rrorL. 'I' ll" \\' 0 1' .
ahea I i one a ti In an,l
i mme ,i 'l le a ' t iol1, P ' l r (' nt ',
l ub_, gr up, i t izl:l1, it. '1 i'l!
f or all of us.
Will au hel p ? ,t , o ar )\\' n
fact c nc. rnin (y t hi ' a , Draw
your own nclu i( n then act
accordingl y, Cont a t y o 11 r
h 01 board, COllia t your In 'al
f i r. e chi f , C I1fa t y - u heal t h
allth riti e . Let' get the hall
,roll ing an I g. t ome degree f
safety i n t allecl at nce in our
10 al grade ' h I building.
TO T H f
Warren County
LEB:A.N0 N, OHIO
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\ ! akh ' (l UI' \1 ' I' for L1t: -
vel I m nt ea h \\' e ' k i ll th e
f ut ur ,
n ' f ihe quickc t -I r fi h,
'fr m f arm i m) J'C) ' m ' I I b C: 111
r ' obtai ne I I , aprl l ime
and f, rti l izer on . hi " I :t turl"
t hi h ll or hefo,:e gru t il
ta rt ne t pri ng,
HALLMARK TYPEWRITER
bons now in stock, '1'ne Gazette.
SEPTEMBER I6, I7, 1:8, I9
Four Bi$ Days - Four Big Nights
, ,
WarreD Greate_t Attraction
crack were evi denced in t he
wall s and ceilings. of t he room.
P ssi bi l it y of fallin . pJa. ter wa
indicat ed in om in t ance
where the pl ast er it self showed
jn-n of 'breaki ng away f rom
the l ath. One per on vho had
acces to th attic tat d . the
el e tri wi ring- th ere wa :l
tangl e of potent i al f i re hazards,
Out ide t he bui l j in wa f und
ant wat er f uni , n t \vorking-,
In t l
1
e' N v' mil r el cti n the
citiz n, )f this mmunity wi ll
l e called up n t v t 'on a
bond i u f or the bun:tin of a
nc.w e ',ch( oJ', The utcom
of t hat etil n \, ' 11 ddermi !'1
it hall I ,I vail abl e, r,
if the f utLlre g nerat ion' i t
sti ll be wubje, t e:1 to ll ch de-
grad,in g' circum tan , f hou .
ing 'l S th Y Ii w, endure. It i
inc n ,ei abl e how any sane
min I i 1 er n oul d v t , t her '
t l.an y ( n h an i s ue. An y
ci (I ultin the mi l ' j r, f any ei' n ' &000 I' N PREM'" IU" M'S'
regard ing-tfH.s-A-1-i1 can --1-:---, ' . .,' .
b di pel led h, visiti ng the
s h I btl i l d in g, Th ey \0\ ill wel- ,
ime y ur vi 'it tl. er , As umi no' THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF FARM AND HOME APPLIANCES IN THE HISTORY OF- THE' FAIR
'the at e' v-. ill arr y the b nd
issue thi f all, what ' then 'are we
t d( 1 b ut tI e pre ent situa-
ti on in t he n ttwo or thre
it t ake t g.d the bui tdi n ' .
c m l ete I ? . Are chil dren at thi .
buil d in g still t face danger
dail y i n the f orm. of fire hazarq
(lnd 11 aith conditi on? Can
t e ct ne' to , correct the
condi ti .n n IW exi sting at this
,Id ,t';raci e b lilcii ng ? Shall it
t ' . .
until S0me ' met ; r catastrophe
decend upon us and bl'ci ts, our .
memory with a that cannot
be eradicated? Or, shflll we as
Citizens of thi community, as
parent of the boys a,ld gi rl
that are f orced t o attend s,hool .
under ' uch conditi ons, ,demand
that s' me teps be 'taken at
once t o af eg-uard again t any
possibility of harm to them?
Just as a sugge tion, why can' t
the ' open ' tairways be cl osed
with swin lYing doors the
entrances so that in 'case of fire
these . pot ential . flues Will 'be
'St opped, a f I,east l ong enough
for the childr en to escape ? Why
can't additi onal water f ounts be
t'\ ttached to the already exi ting
w. at er suppl y pi p:e and. drain t o
Irive adequate watering facilitie'
to the chil dren? Why can't an .
ut ide entrance be cut into. the
:,a emenf dining room, aha into
basement toilets? The
ing room out side entrance, or
exit .would aff(}rd a fir e e cape
:md a deli very entrance . . The
toilet outside entrances wourd
also afford a fire escape and
( I. rance from the' playground.
PRIZES GIVEN AWAY EACH NIGHT
TUESDAY
1 New Aut o Tire - Whart n Mot or
1 0 , T own Hall - Law & Blai r ,
" Was11ing Machine - Herb's
1 team I ron - ' Hawley' s AppIJ ance.
$5.00 - 'Better Cleaners, Jim Brown
12 Bottle Hog' Tonic - McGetchin"
5 Silver Dollars -. - McHenry General
asan am
WEDNESDAY
, ,
1 New Auto Tire - Sam Smith & Son,
. Auto Glas and Repair ,
. Presto Cooker - Gross Service Store,
Inc.
5 Silver Dollars - Harold Sharp,
Pleasant Plain
10 Gal. Paint -' W. W. Shurts, So.
Lebllnon
Electric I ron - Shutts ApplL
ance Shop, So. Lebanon . '
' E'lectric Fan - Thompson Hardware,
.
THURSDAY
' j . New Auto Tire - Lebanon Mot or
Inn
1 Table - W. O. Hay Furnit':lre
.D xter Wa hing Machine - King'
, Grill
Chon Yu Nail Set - ,Wright & Deck ' J'
10 Silver Dollars - . BrQadway -Grill .
G. E. Dehydrator -
ing Shop
I)aily Pr>graJ.11
TuEsDAY '
9 :3 0' ... Judging in 'vari ou ()ept.
1 :30 .p. M ........... ..... Harness Racin
n
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7 :00 P. M .............. : ...... Band Concert
g :00 P .. M ... ... Ward Beam I THrill h w
9 :30 P, M ................ : ............ Drawing
WEDNESDAY
9 :3 0 A, M ..... Judging in vari ou Dept.
9 :30 IA . M ........... Judging of Baby Beef
1 :30 ' P. M ................. Harness. Racing
7 :00 P. M .... ................ Band Concert
8 :00 P. M .. .. Ward Beams" thri'll Show.
- 9:30 P. M., ........ : .. : ........ : ........ Drawing
THURSDAY
,
10:00 A. M ................. Batid
j :00 P. M ................. Harness Racing
I
7.:U() P. M ................... ... Band Concert
'8':00 P. M ...... ...... White Horse Troupe '
9 :3 0 p. M . ................... : ... ....... Drawing
FRIDAY
9 :30 A. 'M ..... Parade & Band Concert
1 ':00 P. ,M ......... Auction of Baby Beefs
1 :30 IP. M .. : ............... Harness Racing
.8:00 P. M ....... White Horse Troupe
9 :30 P. M .............................. Drawing
Program "of Races
uperi nt end nt f 'r ed, , W, Bi hal-
anci L I tewart .
"i, SEPTEMBER 16, i 947
, Purse
, 2 :26 CIa . Pace .................... . $400. 0 .
2 :26 Cia s Trot .: ...... 400,0( '
. .
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1'7, 1947
, Two. y ea r. 0 I d -T rot . S t a k
( Est)
, Trophy given by Hufford In urane 0 ,
. 800. 00
2: 18 Clas Pace ............. ....... 400. 00
2: 18 Class Trot ............ :......... 400.do
THURSDAY, . SEPTEMBER' 18, 1941
Two. year .,old-Pace Stake, '0. C.
(Est)
Trophy given by Lebanon Citi zen
National Bank ........... , ........ . 8 00.00
rhree- Year . Old. Trot Stake" O. C. S.
( Est)
by Herb's Place, Lebanon, .
, ,800'.00
2:,4 . Class Pace-Race sponsored by
King's Grill, 0..... 500.00
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1947
.Old 'Pace Steak, . O. C.
. (Est) .
Trophy Given by King' s .Grill
800.00
2 :22. Class Trot ................. 400.00
2 :22 CIa sPace ................ 400 .00
Mail entries , t o CORW.IN NIXON,
Secretary, ' Lebanon, Ohio. D. W.
. BISHOP, Superint endent of Speed.
A NEW PLYMOtToFH WJU. BE GIVEN AWAY FRIDAY NIGKF
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Pagg 7 The Miami
Wayn s. v[lI e, hi n N() , 4 3 ')
' 1 hUj' daj , _ 1 1, H ... 7
Prizes N'amed , For '
Softball Play'off,
oftbnll "eas n i s 0.11 the 1:I "l
wiih ' til play-n f i '
comin next we k.
Edenfiel i , manag- er ' f t he
Wayne , , Athl tic A ciati( n
ann unces that I ri z I \
paid to the wint,le.r of the pIa -
off with $25 a nr ' t pri ze, $ 15
a , second and '$1 0 as third.
Teams will ,hold lira \ving and
games will b ' played n an
eliminati on he ule.
Last week Peers Inn won
from Harvey burg 6 t 3 Wed-
nesday evenin'g. Thursoay
ing rain took the score and n
M nday evening of this we k
Ford took a, to 0 from
. Fairley's n a fofkit an i
Roxanna al re iv d a 9 t )
Harvey buPJ' by the am
route, Roxanna 10 t t FI rd
, 8 to 4 in the only game a tuaii y
played , during the evening.
ALL STARS WIN
On Friday the All 'wlm
,from Dayton 14 to 4. This was
their last game of the seas.o,ll.
They , will enter the tournament,
at Sabina next week in cCl mpete-
tion with other teams of
district.
HOW THEY STAND
Roxanna 18 6 750
Peers 17 7 708
Ford 17 1 1 (i 7
Fairley 13 1 1 541
Harveysburg 6 19 240
Millers 4 20 162
ETAOIN
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shawe
and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Collins
of Centerville were Saturday
evening guests at the home of
Mr. and' Mrs. H,oward Collins.
A Homecraft Demonstration ,
sponsered by the local W. C. T.
U. was held Friday afternoon at
the Grange . '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Tucker
were we'ek end house guests' of
in Amelia, where they
attended all' annual get-to-
gether.

arid iss Esther Prather were
Friday , , eye'ning , callers , in
LelJ.anon.
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Green
' were callers in Wilmington,
Saturday afternoon. '
, In keeping with her annual
custom, Mrs. Lilli,an S. Carr
'gave a dinner TuesdaY ,noon at
her cou'ntry in honor of
the entire Harv,eysburg school
, faculity .of which she is , a
member. .
Mrs. George Waterhouse and
her neice, ' Miss Mary Ann
Burton, were guests of Mrs;
Louise Fite and dawghier, Miss
, Jane Fite, Saturday afternoon; '
Mr and Mrs. Paul Welch of
Lebanon and Columbus, an-
nounce the; birth ,of a, son. The
paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Welch of
, Harveysburg. ,
Mrs. Mabel Bacher and
daughter,., Miss Bacher,
hi! ve returned to their home ia
Akron after being house guests
of Mrs. Bachers' brotber-in-Iaw
and sister, and Mrs. Herbert
Doster.
M'ayor Carl Brown and Mr.
Herbert Doster attended the
-
auto ra,ce held in Da ton, un-
day afterno n.
Ell all an 1 daughter were
f Mr. anti Mr .' B n Beckett
Pfc: Ellgel'l Clark, son I f
M r. Ray Clark , ll a returned to
Dn t n' f r m K r a, lll':
wa tati on d f r nine m nth -
with th U. ,Army, He will
g t hi h n ntble di ' harge
soon.
- and dau hter, Mi J oan
Mr, Gilbert W I 'h f D tr ii
wh vi it i f ri, 11 :t and relati
her over the W l' k il j has re-
turned home a amI ani :i by
h,i mc ther, Mrs. Oba Welch.
Mr. and Mr . Ray Clark hay
return d fr m a va ati n ,trip
to Michi O' an an i Wi c nsin.
Mr, an i Mrs. Charle- Gord n
pent the week ,end at Ft.
Laramie Lake.
Rev. and Mrs. Oti Rich
moved into the ree ntly, con-
structed parsonage of the open
Bible Church of whi h he i the
pa tor.
Mr. and Mrs. Erne t Gilliam
and family of New' York City
were ,Friday evening dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charl e'
Doster and daugh ters.
Miss Evalyn 'Ill ker wa th
week end hou e gu st of her
brother-in-law and' si ter, Mr.
and Mrs. J arne Park an \,1
daught ers of Cincinnati.
, I\1cCARREN-BOGAN
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED
Announcement i being made
of the recent marriage of Mi's
Edythe Bogan to Mr. Robert
McCarren. , Both the bride and
bridegroom attended Harveys-
burg High School and were well
know,n in this community. Mr .
McCarren is the daughter of
Mrs. BerneiCe, BOKan, and
bridegroom the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank McCarren.
Mr. Rus ell K;ssel Sr. and
son of Cincinnati and Mr. Dane
8 kett, ll'n fay e ' ning,
FIRE PREVENTION -NEEK
ail ing n, .th nati <,)n t j oin
in a oncert j eff rt t prevent
fire, Pre ident Truman ha pro-
c1aimei:i th \ ek I ginning
October 5 as Fire Preventi 'n
Week.
In bi ' 1' 0 lamati on, the
President said': "I earne tt y r -
quest every citizen t( elim'i
all possible f r d "truc-
tive fir III hi h me and pl ace
f busine ," , That pl ea g to,
the hearl f fire preventi n. The
many organizati on w,ho e I u i-
n it is to fi ght fi r ,tr ti oing
a magnificent ' j b, and their
efforts have been brought to 'a
peak of intensity thi year. But
they cannot do much without
public support. The nation can-
not provide a!l army of pre-
vent.ion experts t o in pect every
home and business buiJdin I
carr ct danger, and " e that
they stay corrected, All ' the
authorities can do j to tell u
how to prevent fire-and after
that it i up to the individual.
If anyone doubts that fire
preventio,n, ha assumed the
stature of an emergency condi-
tion, he need only look at the
statistics. During the first i x
months of 1947 alone, fire
losses in the United states
reached the staggering total of
$369,276,ooO-and ' that doe
not include the major portion
of the Texas City disaster. Loss
of life ' has shown a similar in-
C'rease. 'In most homes a very
small expenditure of time .and
money will , eliminate the
,no in_
,
IMPtEM,ENT CO.
306 N. LEBANON,
SALES -- - PARTS -PHONE 199
For years J. I. Case imple-
ments have been recognized
leaders in farm, equipment, ' their
trade mark has stood for quality
machinery -and this equipment
has always, given satisfaction.
This line is ably
by The McCurley Implement
at 306 N. Broadway in
Lebanon.
They supply a large territory
and have come to be known io
this and adjacent counties as the
fQr:emost in their line and by
reason of their satisfactory
service are. , rapidly expanding
and justly merit their increasing
'patronage. '
By reaSOn of this , adequate
stock of - dependabie farm
machine y lh-e farmers-for -mife-s.
around ,ar.e attracted to Lebanon
and the m'oney goes into circula:"
tion through the' local , medium ..
Secondly, the farmers, knowing
a base of supplies is near at:
, hand, wilt d a more intensivt:
line of farming, which win
inqease' the 'products marketed
here.
The manager is thoroughly
'posted on ' farm " ma_chinery'S
various uses and is never too
,busy to or. explain
in detail any new piece of
machinery. -
In this review we , wish to
commend this ffrm ' for their
honorable husiness methods.
Waynesville Locker Plant,
OPEN 7 :30 until 5 :30
MONpAY , TUESDAY THURSDAY &
, WEDNESDAY until i2 O'cIOc", closed
, in until further notice.
SATURDAY, Open until 5:00 p. m.
FRIDAY
MONDAYS & SA TURDA we will dress Chickens.
We are prepared to BEEF at WHOLESALE PRICES by
, . or side for LOCKER BOXES. '
Please do not bring PRODUCE FOR FREEZING ,AFTER
, , ,4:30 P. M.
We kllVe a number CHOICE BOXES available, yet, that
we would like to have taken. RENT WILL START WHEN
FiRST PRODUCE IS PLACED IN BOX.'
-,
J,.ienj" fiome
, Mr, liv " uri ,- I' nt the
w ek with r l ati v ." ill
;abina, . '
, Mr. , Ge ' rianna I in " I ' ft
' Nedne da nin,g t ' p ' nd a
f w da with her' - er,
Mr Hauen t in in Cin Innati.
wi ll aU 'n:l th w d jing of
h r grand -dau h t r, M rJ. ri
Hauenst in, '
Mi sses Ruth and l izal e!h
Cha'ndl 1', Dr. Emma 1 11 way
and Mr ,Ali Clark nt Fri -
day in Da t on.
Dr. Emma Holl oway. return-
ed on Wedne da ' fr m attend-
ing Indiana Yearl y Meeting at
Pendl eton, Ind, and vLitin'r
relatives at other point: ,in
I'ndiana. '
Miss Olive William return d
Thursday , fr om a vi it toO
relatives in Pendl t n, lnd, and
( ndiana pol is.
The annual medj ng of
yearly Meeting Board Meml er
for the FriendS Hom met her
Wednesday an the f ()ll() win:"
persons were 0 u r Q' uest at

vestment can prod,uce better
/
dinner: Mr. O. Aatt ln, .J\" t.
Merritt R hert, Mi Mahei
Wil on f t )uth Charl c_t 11 , ).,
, Mr. and Mrs: Georg ( I
P ndl t, 11 I nd .. Mr . Gertr i i t!
Th mas of Ri chmnnd,. I mi. , r.
eth' F UrJ1'ls MJ' , Ell a (Ink.
Mrs. Anna Hoak, Mr, Paul
Tomlin on, Mr. R . 0 Furna
f Wa 'n , ill ,
M r. - I a J'I'e 11 R \V 11 f
Columl u alle'j n f rt n 1 I
Mi s n n' and M ;t m e B rc w,
on last W edn 'ja_ ev
Gov nun nt r n i n "lP-an ' (!
, for 1947 will a' t S. , wI :c1!
may dd .. 'rmine wi ether or n t
such pr tecti n \(r ill" a v:lI l ah C
in futur ears, In _ hin. 'I', p
in urance: ill b > ffered in t .
counti " , aeh f or - rn an:l
tobacco and in 17 .counti ' ", for
wh,eat. The percentage of arm_
el's in eli ibl e t errit ry who ,bu
polici es, the rate of 1 and
other factor wiil affect future
plans f r crop insurance. '
returns.
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r.. I' Tip-Toe , 2 .
C/D-
BEETS, Dot 2'5<:1

2" can 2 f , ::J.
r:, 5 ers APPLE SAUCE 21 < ;:).
r::... . Or QlJAt,.".. Tiptoe N . - ."
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KIDNEY 2 f:c r:':J
SAVINcs, , ' B.ANS f r ::;
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UP annAt 'EM

For a Good
GRAPE FRUIT JUICE, Dot unsweetened, '46oz. tall can 23c
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No. 2 can 1
, TOMATO Jt)ICE, Dot 46 oz. tall can - ' , 25.z
No.2 can - 2 for 25:;
SHREDDED WHEAT, Nabisco 12 oz. packag 17,e
DoT COFFEE, 1 lb. vacuum tin 49c; 1 lb. I.apel bag 47 ::
IP TOE COFFEE, t lb. paper bag 4S:>
I
DIAMOND' COFFEE, , '1 lb. paper bag , 45.c '
3 lb. paper bag
\' '
,Spe.cial
KRAFr MIRACLE WHIP qt.
8 (: z ,
KRAFr MAYONNAISE

FREsH
FR02;EN ,40 Fathom PERCH \ I , 39
" c
BOILING BEEF, lb. 45c; BACON, Best Qual i ty H, . 73\.:
WILSON, Ev'aporated Milk, Tall cans 4 for 47c
2 % lb. package 37c
S\V ANSD,OWN Cake Flour -
FLAKo. Pie Crull - 8 oz. package 17c
X PERT
GINGER BREAD MIX ch,oice '2 5c,
DEVILS FOOD MIX
. WHITE CAKE MIX
CRISCO, ere,amy Smooth, ' 3 lb. jar $l.OS
FROZEN FOODS - Borden's Ice
Stewart's ,- Dot ,Food Store
South MaiD Street WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
ClASSIFIED AD BATB$
25 -words or less. one t1me. 2I5c
Each word .. : 10
RPECJAL RATES by CONTRACT
Loan I--'
FEDER AL LAND BAl'lK LOANS:
Por Reflnanctrg - R.ebuUding -
Bu"1nll 4 Farm loana with long
tlme to pay. Pay part or all any
t ime ..
LEBANON NAT'II FARM LOAN
ASSN, Ems H. Sturm, ' Bedy-
Treas. Lebanon, Ohio, Phone 448
tc
Real Estate For Sale-
TF YOU HAVE A PROPERTY OR
PARM TO SELL 0811 or Write
. Oon Henderson. Tel. KE3446. 617
.LI>1'81n Ave .. Dayton. <?b10. ttc
-----
REAL ESTATE
DON'T FORGET TO CALL
for Insurance. An types of
. Insurance a1 a savings. Cal.I ,
Francis 'Gene Sr wn, phone
Ine _ville 235 , or call
collect. Vl ilmington ,2'111.
FOR SAL E '- Five Room,
PUBUC SALE
Thursday, . October. 2, 1 :00
, p. m.
At ;tkhav n.Farm" I L 'mil
outh f Rout 7].'" m Yank .... .
t., 1.! mil e' u1l1\ ' ,t f
Centervill . 50 hea \ R l re i,
' p )tte P Ian I hi na B ur and :
Gilts. Sho,rt I . g d; thi k, ea
fe d r the t p that "1' w fast.
For free sale Calal , vi it,
write r all R bert Lut ,
Miamis UfO', l1i o. Ph 11 I
Cent rvill -7960.
FOR ALE - 0 xter Ele tri c
Wa her. J. 'H. ackett. Phdne
2274. -91J
FARM EQUIPMENT

BEAT THE HIGH CO T F
PAINTING - We pow r
pray paint ur farm
in s with tA m t m d rn
equipment u ing- hi h St
. grade and oil .. F r
free.estirpate call, Tel phon"
2441 FAIRLEY HWOE.
STORES, Wayne ville, hio.
-'- 911c
FOR SALE-1946 Elear
Trailer, 3 Rooms, Practically
New, $2200; save $500 ..
Walter D(lnald '}n, H "V' "
Ohio. - 911
Eil cn Hensley vs. Fra nk Up 011
' Jr., c,':e dj mi d at 0 t of de-
f Ildant, bond relea ed"
' all y National Bank, Pho nix
\ .
A l'IZ na v . Rani on Lan. sal
of prop r y order d.
Vand rbrink v il-
liam Vand et all hearing
for Sept. 12 at 10. i
tandard Bldg and Loan 0,
vs ' Nilkanth Chavre et aI., ca e
without prejudic or cost
of defendant.
Hazel Cassidy vs. Chalmer,;:
, a idy cause di mis ' ed without
record.
. Ruth Hormel vs. Frank Hormel
cause dismisseu wtttlOUlt recor'd,
, In the matter ' of the apPl'ooria-
tion of the ea ement for high-
way purposes over lands of Helen
E. Sellers et aI, settled at cost
of Dlrector of Highway of th '
State of Ohio.
In the matte}' of the appropria-
. tion of the easement for high-
way purposes over lands of
Georgetta Stubbs, etc", settled at
cost . of Director of Highways of
State of Ohio.
Gladys Ward vs RogIer. Ward,
. divorce, to plaintiff children to
plaintiff, defendant to pay plain-
tiff sum of $15 per
Herbert Yeazel vs. Nancy Y.ea-
LEG
Jt.r N -_ -r .
Basem nt, Bath, Hot antI I : L \ _ _
7. 1, a minor divorce ,to pla'ntif!,
l:.,i ntiff to pay defen 'ant um of
$5. per week fOl of 1\ nor
child.
Cold Water, 'on Third Street.. . Seal d l"'i l S " ' ill be re 'cived
L t .5 x 150, Mary Whita- by Cr un _i. of
MARRIAGE LICENSES .
more. ee Mike Whitamore. of 'A ay. '! '" tate of Ohio.
-3918 . at th - Council ,Chamber until
Arthur :A. Beeson',
Norma M. Alli son, Morrow,
personnel clerk.
12 0'cl0ck noon Sept. 12, 1947, '
Household Good" -- for furni hing one (1) '1% Ton
Fred Osborne, Jr. , 21, Midland,
plater, ,Alverna Mazine Crisp, 18,
Lebanon, racker.
FOR ALE -. , ining Room
Table and'. j x Chairs, Walnut
Finish ; 3 Living
Ro m Chajrs. Route ' 73,
Third House from 48 T ward
Wa nesville. Any time after
5. :00 p. ttl. Elmer Scott,
Waj ne vil le, Ohio. :- ' 9-11
F R SALE - C al Range,
Good Conditi'on. Call 2724.
. Earl Conner. 3-918
MISC.:
WANTED-Vlork On Farm,
Bv W ek ('Ir , hares. Lester
yi mker Rt. 3 Wayne ville,
Ohi I . -391 t
..
FOR SALE-
_. . --.... '---
R AI'. --' Three Thousand
"t' l', ac' o Latl, : Phone 2106
\' i .,\. ' ;'ilk. -3-918
FOR AL. r TRADE-John
Deere Letz 10 in. Grinder,
new, power sacker attached.
WaIter Andrews, 9 miles
east of Xenia on Federal
. -3-925
FOR SALE-Steamer Stove
. and 'I obacco ' Ptess. Good
Condition. ' M. L.
Route 3, Waynesville, O.
, -1-911
" ,
FOR - .Dump Truck,
1937 100 h. p. Motor,
2- or 3 yard. t. Paul Bed and
Hois't, in good condition. One
Owner. Price reasonable.
Gi.lbert Biggs, WaynesviH,
Ohio Rural Rout e 1. Res.
:' Corw'in, Ohio. -3-925
AUCTIONEER.NG
. and KOOC",ER
BROKERS 'UCENSE
.' '
For Dates. Phone 2894. Waynesville.
Ohio, Reverse
. RUBBER STAMPS aDd
MARKING'
GAZETr OFFICE
TuRN. YOUR SURPLUS
rNTO qUICK, BEADY ' CASB
USB GADri'S CLA88D'IBD AD!
tandard Dumn Short wheel
Qase; dump 'bed, hydraulic
hoist, helper prings, 7,,50x20-
8 ply tire duel, rear, wheels.
Each bid mu t contain ' the
futl name ,of every per on . r
C mpany inte're ted in arne.
The right is re erved to re-
ject any and all bid.
, Bv 'rder of the COlin il of
Ohio.
Charles James, Clerk
-9-11
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
Notice is here,by ,given that
Ida M. Wical Whose Po t' Office
address is Waynesville, Ohio
R. R ::! has been duly appoint d
as Executrix of the Estate of
Peter R. Wical late of Warren '
County, Ohio, deceased.
. C'af. d, this 22 day of All 'ust
1947..
Judge of the Probate Court
Ralph H. Carey , ,
Warren County, Ohio
C. Donald Dilatush
COUlot r/eWd
COMMON PLEAS
Harold K. Sorter, et a1., VS.
Edward . Bard et aI., demurrer:,.
over'ruled . ,
Harry and Ina Eickenhorst vs ..
Virgil 'Robbins et aI., final distri-
butfon ordered.
Ernest Bennett vs. NanC:!y Ben-
nett case without ,pre-
judice ' and without record.
.. Arthull Hopkins, ' 50, Oregonia,
plumber, . :Arthusa 44,
shoeworker.
Walter Smart, 25, Dayton tool-
maker, .Ruth Stubbs, 29, Lebanon,
clerk.
Robert Castleman 26,
driver, Anita Marie Stewart, 17,
Oregonia, stenographer.
Thomas Srmpson, 31, MorrQW,
machinist, Corrinne Russell, 27,
Morrow, waitress.
, ArthU!' Bridgewater 43, ":i'ranklin
Opal BradshaVi', 35, Frank-
lin.
Howard, '20, Lebanon
pres's operator, PhylUs Dill" 18,
Lebanon, press operator.
Merwin E. ScofieldJ '32,
shipping clerk, MaJW1 Spradlin, '25,
Mason, waitress.
Gerald Ray' Oox, 19, German-
tQwn, repairman helpei', Ruth Kin-
dred, 16, Fr,anklin. '
AHted Racey. Rayburn,26, Vin-
cenne, Ind., labo'rer, Pauline HazE'1
Reedy, 21, factory work-
er.
John J. Hitte, 20, Franklin,
Dorothy .Allen 18, Franklin.
John Short, 35 Loveland lilbot:er
Marie Short 31, Lebanon.
Robert M E\.ri on O'Neal, . 22,
, Franklin', qlerk, VVilson May-
er, 21, Franklin clerk. . . ' .
John H. Meador" 28, Hartwell,
Ohio, 'laborer Mary Eng-
man, Mason, Clerk. . . .
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Major J. and Ednn Frederick
rt o Frederick and Wlnifr.ed Wirth
34.28 acres in Harlan twp.
Ora and Maude Dumford to Ora
WE PAY FOR
COWS $12;. HORSES. $10; 'HOGS $3'cwt ...
ACCORDING TO :SIZE AND 'CONDITION
CALL,'
X E. N I A Fertili2er.
Reverae

.
,.
4 S 4 .. x ... _o ..
E. t;. Buch.iab, laC.
and " Emma BUl'chw 11 0.67 acre
in , Deerfield twp.
Pap'ie Park ]' C nnOl'S to .Law-
l' n Tuft 2 lot in Lov land

. la1 galt>t 81)(\ Dut ch r
t o RaynlOn(1 TUJ' n l' 0 ill . Ma-
sop . .
Hub r t and I o. WI' n to l'Iard-
ing Bolling 0.26 acre' Hamil-
,\tOll tWll . .
J es, e 811d 1111.1 Heizer t o Ro bert
and E the!' Howe lot in L banon
B rt and R ba Tu.r n l' t Ea rl
and Ola Gilbert 0.20 aC1'e in South
Lebanon.
Dw.ight and Thelma Keller to
William and Josephine Dupu y, 0
acres in Lebanon . ' .
Alf and Hulah to Miley
and Helen Powell 100 ael'es in
Wa hington twp,
The hades A. Maish 00 to St
Paul's Evangelical Luthel'n Church
of Franklin lot in Franklin.
William and Dorothy Tate to
Robert and Donna Flagel' I.ot in
D'eerfield t:wP.
Elsie Lewis to Je . e and Ina
Heizer 1.80 acre in Clearcreek twp.
Kathryn Brer.nE'l' to MaritI'
Mar hall 1.Q5 acre in HamiltoT'
twp. .
George and May Archiable to
Frank Atzel 135.62 acre in Deel'-
field twp.
George and Mildred "',
Hubert ' and Donna Sams 0.
1
-
in TUTtI 'creel< twu
Nancy B. F 'ed t o M Roo ",,, . '1
Horn lot in Lph'1""o'1 .
Ralph and ";r "" u nrie 01"" - ",1
Kahn 1 aCl'e in Cle?fcre k hV!1
Fred Kahn to John ord 10
in Lebanon.
Fred Kahn to Arthur Young, Sr.
S acres in Clearcreek twp.
William and Della Hufford tfl ,
Warren Co. Farm Bureau Co-
Operative association Inc., 0.64
acres in Turtlecrf!ek twp.
T'h . M i '1:m i ,.azeH P:}gL: R
' viII, hi N. 4.
:rl1Lir 1:1) , Septemher I 1, I 7
Juan it a GI nil 10 acl' s in Wash-
ington twp.
. Alf and Huldah Eesley to Let-
ch r and Rachael Law 49.10 acre
in Washington .twp. "
Virgil R bbins e a1. , by he'riff
to Finley and Tincie Hall 175.54
in Deerfield ' twp,
J. Erne t Kite to harl 'and
Lida Thomp on 2 lots in Lebanon,
Albert Ert I to 'harle Calvert
5 lots in Fosters Park. ,
harl es alvert to Earnes-t and
Lena Lohrey 10 lots in Fosters
Park. '
Cook to Berlin and ' Ona
Rea 1 acre in Tl'utlecreek
twp.
Frank Miller
lot in Lebanon.
Samuel and Martha ' Vail to
Mabtie and ArthU'I' Fritsch 0.79
acres in Twenty-Mile Stanel.
Lester and Elizabeth Haas to
. George H nry Elizabeth Zen-
gel 26 acre in Clearcreek twp.
Essie Harper to Reed and Gu -
si Hazelwood 15.64 acres in Tur-
tI creek twp.
AlbeIt and Nina Moon to Fred
and Estella Addis lot in Lebanon.
S ephen a nd Nona Lowe to
George' a nd Low 50 40 acres
., va hington y,rp
Edna Hami lton t Minerva
' . lor ,I , ;) at in Hac've s burg.
. lIarTY. Mount to George and ' NORRIS BROCK COMPANY
Ralph Mount 1.9() aC.res in Frank- Cincinnati UnioLl Stocl< Yards
Live Wire and proore slv!! . ",n
. .Iin tW]>o oraanization second to none.
Amos. and Setta Fairchild to Strictlv sel!er:; on th.\' cest
all around market In the
James and Perlina Sizemore 10 country. .
acres in Ma!'ide 'tw.!>. SERVICE THAT SATISFIEil
WlT10 12: an 'E. , T.
. in d nn', tl
HelEm , 1 e lot m Ma on. 1::40, 11i ' l 700. f I: ur W,. t1\'
Mal'ke.t R bort.
Clarence Bow!!lan to ames and
Armitage & Son
SAND and .GRA VEL
BLACK TOP DRIVES
TAR and ROAD OIL
LAWN 'and FILL DIRT
TELEPHONES
WAYNESVILLE 2091
MORROW No.3
LEBANON Office 4'3K
RES. 1291.
. READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING and DUMP TRUCK
. SACCO BRAND
, .
Quantity Scarce

Fairley Store
6 - BIG STORES - 6
PHONE 2441 WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
'Fairly Familiar
" EI'FBLDD
Statement made in ,this
T h M
LOCAL SHOWS
, II I am' PAIR OF TOMATOES
" I w. C. 1. John decided not t6
, enter his tomatoes at the
" J:,. _' this year on the ground
"G A Z E T T E that it would be unfair to the
. rest of the exhibitor. One of '
r, ' . ' his tomatoes weighed one pound
and 15 ounces and m a ured
1 g' inche aroLind ' the oth' r
E tabli hed 1850 No. 4334 $1.50 Per Year 5c A Copy weighed one pound and thirteen
ounces and measured 15 inche '
WAY N E S V ILL E, 0 H 10 Thu!.'sday, September 18, 1947 around. there are some
' OUR LOU'
by' 8ernyce Polinsky
I
in the country that could beat
that" but it i doubtful. _____ ' I
Committee Publishing
Sesquicentennial
, Man. a urn thal ,
the- M+.tmi--6azette is promoting
the printing and ale of the
e uicentennial Edition. Thi
is a natural as umpti on ince the
work i being done in the news-
paper plant and the edition will
carry the name of the Gazette.
However, this is not true. The'
Sesquicentennial Committee is
promoting the printing of ,the
edtion ana also th ale of the
copie. The Gazette ha only
column last week concerning
conditions at the local Grade
School ' Building were evi ent
correct as no protest has bee,n
received to indicate otherwise.
In fad, very little comment has
been heard for or against
the arrtkle. , Some few pers ns
have , had the interest of the
community and ,its school affairs
at heart enough to comment
favorab]y , on' the article. It is
possible that some person and
groups are taking the matt er
under consideration and will be
heard from at a later date. It
Celebration Classed
,As , Big Success
It's been a whole ' year
Since th! day you left here,
And we've missed you .
Eacb day that s ' gone by",
Graduates Of M
flamle , contracted to produce the book
according' to their plans and
has been said in our pre ence, FO,r many weeks he Com-
however, by orne 'who have
children who ' have from mittee ha work on the pro-
' the Grade Building, that "they , motion of the e q,uicentenl)ial
should worry" now ' that the The three day ' f.
h
. the past week end, ept. 1,3, 14
c I]dren were no Jon er required and 15 culminat ' d the eff rt of
to. go there. "Love thy n ighbor h
as thy elf" loses its meaning t is group t ward the furfilL
- when statement's of that kind ment of this great event in the
are made or even th ught. , lm- history of V{a ne vill e.
We still feel your spirit,
In our hearts, we can hear it,
Y.our mell)ory shall
Ne'ver die. '
Brown Explains
Foreign Relations
e under their supervision. Of
Valley NurSIng School
course, many persons have
, , topped at. the Gazette office to '
sign up for their copies of the
forthcoming edition. This was
quite alright and appreciated,
but since 0 many assumed
the entire project was being
done by the Gazette'it was con-
a duty to properly in-
form the public regarding the
facts. , ' \. ,
day we had the pI a ure r C he. j . ' Comment. fr m many indL
ing add res hy ill ree 1'1'. mi. cates that they did not fail in
nent TlL u. 1-, ' th iT effort, e pecially the
ent of Mi d le't (,1,rn .: ' li o I in great parade that extended At the Sunday "afternoon
the morni'ng, .- e of the through the Village streets for , session of the .sesquicentennia]
, Warren ( I Museum "n " ( almost- a mile and contained ' w
Ruth E. Burr1ett and Irma
A. " Fires of Waynesville will be
graduated from the M'iami
Valle'y hospital chool of nul' -
ing in Dayton, Thursday, ept-
ember 18, in ceremonies, at the
National Cash Register audi-
torium at 8 :00 p. m., Minnetta
Schafer, director or nurse,
announced today.
Frank J. Lausche of Cleve';
land, former governor of Ohio, "
will deliver the commencement
adaress to tee class of 42 nurses.
O. K. Pike. hospital direct r,
will preside; Minnetta Schafer,
director of nurses, will present
the school meda.1 to .the
graduates. Music wilt. be pro-
d by the Nightingale
chorus, student sin ing group,
directed by Anne Charch.
Th Gazette till welcomes
anyone ' who wi hes to come to
the to sign up for ,their
edition. Others from the Com-
mittee will call on ' per ons in
this community in the near
future in promotinO' the sale of
this special Since many
of thes .pers os' will he mem
ber of church or' oth r rgan ..
izations' it i ' posJhle that per.
<L n , Celebration held at ayne
R
epre eniative ,to Congr' e, ,'n 112 different entries. To A. H.. f
, Park qUite a large number 0
th fi t- rno n. In. the morning 'Cap" stubbs goes the laur"els citizens qeard the addr. sse de.
ad9re the point was rought for this fine di playas it was livered by. Mrs. Hazel Phillips
out that thi c mmunity was through his etfods and personal , of the Warren County HistorL
built n the ability of it peo .1 contacts that the many cal Society who gav,e a very in-
to 11 concerned about one ed entries were' obtained. . teresting talk regarding the
In So doin they had Naming this long Ii tt at " this' early incidents connected with
R n ut f their. way t ' help time would require too much the, founding of Waynesville;
1heir nei hb r5, had sacrifi c d space and to make the coming
and lab re in oth r' behalf. Sesquic nt ennial Edition more
'r c ntinu t build a c 111- entertainin th complete list of
on's affiliated v. ith such TOUpS
prefer to book their rder with
th m. hi any ev nt the monie
derived from the sale of thi
editi on will all g into a fund
and be divided equall y between
, munity it ' is neces_al'. that t " all Ilnd their general
policy , be contillu . Ip , description will be included
aft rrl' on v. e heard mu 11 ,li l therein. An way, it was a great
of the ancestorial treck t tl ! ', , parade with its bands, floats, old
territory, of the pr udn S Ii vel1ic1es, teams of horses, ox'en,
the ' present en ration, f th horses, ana marty 'bti1'e .
' re pon ibilifi f thi s m- entnes.
munity to uphqld the tra iiti 1_
set forth by ur f r fath r. MANY THANKS
have been pattin" our el n "Cap' Stubhs' wishes to take
th ba k f r fln'l'e- rtme n w, this opportunity to thank every-
t lling each otn r what a fin one for thei r fine response to
lot we a re an j how r r u j we h,i ca11 for a g'ood parade.
ale to be !iving in this c m- *** ,
-munity .. Yet we turn our backs GIRL INJURED -""
lip n one of the m, t vital ' One accident marred the day
neC'e siti s that could confront 'when a soap box derby racer
any community, th'e 'need of a ran out of control and crashed
pr' per place in which to educate ' into the crowd, seriously injur-
our children: W permit our ' ing Marilyn Johson, daughter of
children's lives fo ,be dailv Mr. and Mrs.- Walter Johnson.
je pardized by all owing. them She suffered a fracture of the
to 'enter a bl:lilding that i a leg between -the knee and ankle.
potential fire' hazard. from many , She was removed to the ho _
angles and 'a potential pital in Dayton 'after
carrier, of disease through un. , first aic:l at the office of Dr. Earl
sanitary disposal faNtitte's';-Do ' Wright. Attempts to, set the in-
you -parents of these , children jured' members proved useless
intend to continue ignoring the , and an operation was performed
. dang-ers you submit your, child_ "lin order to the, fraciured
ren .to each , day? you bones properly. set. She has been
concerned enough about them, removed to her, home' where she
to make at least one little pro- is conya]escing.
test? Tllis column is devoting ...........:.......
its efforts in 'y . JI' behalf, trying
in its small to stimulatel:'OO['S" Weather ,Chart
in'terest in this. matter
. to promote some action to_ Taker) from the files of
ward the betterment of Drake's daily' weather records.
Hons, as they now' exist, at this , temperatures 'and con.
local Grade School Bunding. dltJ(;ms, five years ago and last
, We cannot hope to accomplish . weeK. . '
,much' unless w,e have the sup- 1943 ' 1947
port ()f those )vno should be Sept. , 7 70-90 rain 62-88 fair
most vitally A word " 8 68-83 fair " M .. 90 fair
of encouragement, a fetter . " 9 66-80 fair 64-90 fair
comment. ,a for , im- "10 6_-74 fair 70-88 fair
. ,prov,ement, all ' this wilt , be "11 70-80 fair fair
appreciated. Will 'you as "12 q8-78 ,fair ' 70.92 rain
. of this community ado "13 70-85 fair 68-88 fair
your bit toward t,his On Sept. 1, 1943 the tempera-
needed cause? Time is most ture was 99; in 1947 it was 88.
essential; tragedy can
at any moment; act qui.ckly.!
, ' til ... III
In passing out this
week we send a whole box full
to "Cap" ,Stubbs for his ' un-
(Odat4Dued OIl 3)
The Jacob-Earnhart families
:held their annual family reunion
at the Harry Smith Park on
Sunday with an attendance -of
about forty relatives " and
friends.
The ho pital will present :t
scholarship for advanced
nur ing education to the
uate who, in th judgment of
the sc,JlOlarship committee, ha -
, shown' the reatest promise in
her cha en
, all of the , roup and organiza-
tions that pa'rticipated in the,
S.esquicentennial Cel bration.
Clob Continues To
Sponsel- Giftl Scouts
Mothers of the graduate , will
be the gue t of honor, Thurs
day afternoon, Septeml er t ,
at t :30 p. m., at the Da t n
Country Club where the annual
Mother .Daughter luncheon will
be held.. The Profe ional Worn n'
Baccalaur,eate ervice f r the Club h ]d their fir t me ting of.
Miami Valley hospital cIa th ear at th'e home f Mrs.
were conducted Sunday, pi- Eveln Watkin , on W dnesday ,
14, at the South Park evel1ln '. '
Methodi t ChurCh. Dr. J,ame ' The officers taking' charge
Thomas, the ' pastor, deliv r d for this year are: Pre id nt,
and the Ho.norable Clarence J. the baccalaureate serm n. Mrs. Winifred Hart ock:; Vice-
Brown, Representative in Con- Mis I3uqlett i ,the dau hter Pre' ident, Mr. Jesse Prender-
gress from the Seventh Di trict of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Burn tt, gast; Mrs. Oram
who spoke regarding the pro- R. R. 2; and Miss Fir s i the hour and Tr,easurer., Mi s
blem of today. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis D +.h 0
1
' ' Oro l' 'y ay.. . "
he speakers w re Fire. R. R. 1. Dl:lring the bu ine ' se sian
by 'Mr. S. S. EUis, who , __ ___ --,--=-.:.. __ ...... t..LLb.... e---"c..Lhwlbl.L. ' --udecided to , again
also gave a few remarks ap- ' " t 1
propriate to jhe occas"i-on. C t we ' T . u' sp n er. he Girl couts in t leir
Mr. BrO\vn explained quite oun ' work. ." '
fully some of the reasons for our N Ott. ' During the ocial hour,
present condition both elt honie ' ames icers re.fr sj1ment by the
and abroad. ' His explanat ion officers.
showed that waste and extrava- ' The annual 'conv,ention of the A,' CCEPT-S-P-'O-S-IT-,I- 'O-"N-
gance have entered largely in,to ' Warren County W. C. T. U,
the defeat of the basic purpose w.as held S pt 1 i, in -IN EUGENE" OREGON
of 'bringing about w9rld peace. the Presbytenan Church, Leb-
He does nqt feel that peace can ', anon with a good attendance?
be obtained It ,til these measures despite the weather.
f,r .
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are corrected. , Mrs. Olive Curl of Wayne
Mr. : ' Brown ' further stateer ville and Rev. ,McCoy, ,pastor of
that his, policy for a brighter the hostess chu'rch had charge,
future inc1uued three basic of the devotions.
plans. 1. A large' redpction in . Mrs. Mamie T. Ensign, 'State
the cost of the of Dlre,ctor of the, Department of
.nt. ' (At present ' it Sdentifi,c Temperance was the
take" .ay's income out , of guest speaker at the ; afternoon
every I..IU ce, to pay for goyern- session. She stressed the work
ment o,pera,ti'on'.) 2. New tools of her ' department and , the
and new methods for faster teaching of ,the work in the
and greater production. 3. , A ' sch?ols to save the youth of our
g,reater inc-eotive to work and natIOn. '
, produce more goods. With this " El,ection' of officers was helel
policy' through, ' Mr. Mrs. Ir. ene Law of ,Lebanon
Brown, believes that a ,sound elected lS ' President Mrs
principle of 'understanding can of Franldin as
be brought about between our President; Mrs. Walter
own forces in the " United States WhItacre, of Waynesville as
as well as among other Secretary and Miss Iva Dearth
countries abroad. of Franklin as Treasurer.
,Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Coleman
drove to Champaign, 111., Tues-
day and brought their daughter,
Mildred Coleman ' home , for a
vacation. " I.J
Miss Coleman will leave soon'
,for Eugene, 'Oregori where she
has accepted a position 'i'n the.
Public Library. -, ,
LEAVE FOR EARLHAM
COLLEGE, TUE. nAY
Misses Margal I.
a,nd EsttJer Lukens left Tues-
to enter Earlham College
-RIchmond, Ind. for their
man year of studies there. '
Miss M'a r gar e t Minerva
, Harlan has retUrned to , her
coll,ege studies at the Virginia
Intermc:mt ,College, Bristol, Va
for her sophmore year. .'
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An arti Ie in F r iO' Il AfTa ir at Iy after the war are still fr'csh
_picture, but those who should
know best say it i: a true one ..
Perhaps the b t hop for peace
li es ih the curren f ar of war,
to all the tho,ught peing O" iven
to tr ing to prev nt' it-and to
the fact that the peopl of the
world, no matt r what theIr
I ajers may, have in mind, ar
exl,'au ted, an ml1!-t have a' pI' -
Ion 'ed ea if civilizati nit
be maintain d and sfr 11 00 thened
entitled "The ur e - of viet in minq. vVe can still remember F' 1 F .1'
, Conduct" and igl)c! 111 )' with the photographs of th ' firs,t , aIr y 2Lml lar '
the initi al HX", has ar u ed a meetings between our troops , by EFFELDEE
tremend us am LInt of c m- and Soviet troops In Germany, (Contmued from Page 1)
'm nt. Th rea on r r the com- \vith the han' hake and the _.
ment i that "X" i authorit a- toasts and th pledges of eternal ti ring effort in a mbling
t iv ly reporte:i t be n ' 'of the fri,endship. ' , such a fine parad, for the
top men in the tate D part- . On the practical ,side, OIl ly an Se qui entenni al Celebrati on.
ment, who e ffi ial ition unqualifi d ptimi st can helieve 'Many hour of eft rt and' I t
forced him to \\ rit anorl y- that thi country is ' m,aking of tel ph li e call : "and drivi nO"
mously. much progress in the diplomatic . entered in to the I uil din O' ,of
1 The basic attitude of the war with the Soviet Uni on. The such a fine di pIa. f th 112
article; so far as U. S. - oviet ovid poli cy of causi ng disrup- different ent ries t hat ext nded
j'elations are c nc rned, , is ti on, distrust of U. S., and for a distanee of almost a mile.
summed up in th se un quivocal internal di cord ' i producing Truly ut tandin fe'at 'to
sentence,s: "It is cl ear that the tan&' iole r suIts n two conti_ ,organize thi out" tan ing per_
United States cannot expect in nent. The Greek problem is formance. Th:mk:, "Cap' for
' the foreseeable future to enjoy more difficult than ever, and your great help.
The Miami Gazette Page 2 ,
Waynesville, Ohio No. 4334
Th ursday, September 18, 1947
Mr. and Mrs. Geor e Mill er Mr. and M'rs. Nat C. Murray
and son, Gorge Jr. entertained of Chicago have purchased and
on unday to dinner, Mr. and are now .o upying the former
Mrs. Geor e Wo liar i ' home of Mr. and M,r . L. y.
of Centerville, Mr. Ma M - ' Branstrator.
Elfr sh and grand on, ,0 ugJa' -----
of Wa nesville, Mr: and Mrs . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ZeIt of '
Bud Nartker and ons, Eu -ene Eri e, Pa. spent til ,week end
and St phen of Cincinn"lti. Mrs. with Mr. an j Mrs. eth Furnas
Daisy Chaney of Hill -b 1' 0, and and attenj,ed the Se qui-
Mr Wi ll R. Lewi of Fairview, c nt nnial Celebration.
O. and Erwin L wi of Wayn .
ville. '
The Roy ' Earnhart families
enj oyed a day of reuni on at the
home f Mr. and Mr . CIaI' n' e
Rye n unday. A del i i II
basket dinner wa enj yed an
a social t ime was enj yed f r
the afternoon. '
Ralph Mainous and famjly of
Detroit were w ek end vi itors
of Ray Mainou and famil y, Mrs. ,
Ray Mainous wa vi iting . in
Detroit and r turn d home With
them.
Mr. a'n i Mrs. J. W. Nilcen
of Gr en ville were w ,ek end
visitor of their 011 and 'wife,
'Mr. and Mrs. Erne t Ni xen.
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Mr an i Mrs. K. L.
and d'aught r. Marjorie of
ton vi it i Mr. and Mrs. Wa
El zey., Sun jay af,ternoon. ,
pqIitical intimacy with . the communi t strength is undoubL .' "'**
Soviet regime. It mu t contmue edly growi ng. China is in com- We se'e th newly pur ' ha d ' 178E QAzE,ITE CLASSIFIED ADS
to regard the ovi et as a plete as in Greece, truck with it coat of reen
rival, not a partner, It:! , the the power and the pre tige of paint and yellow letters stating
political ar na. It must continue the communists are in the as- it belono.s . to the Village of
. to expect that Soviet , policies cendent, G rmany is torn be- Waynesvill e, going ab.out the
wlll reflect no ab tract love of tween the two conflicting streets the past w'eek or so be-
peace and , . no real ideolog'ies, and the Russians- ing jnt,roduced to its many, and
faith in the po slblhty of a aid'ed by th powerful comf1)u- vari ed dutie of , maintainence.
permanent 'happy coexistence of nist faction in France-have ' The old truck is still in service
the socialist and capitalist , prevented any real start toward and will stiH continue to do duty.
worlds, but rather a cautious, German rehabilitation. ' We hope the "dirty" jobs will , '
persistent pressure tow,ard the I The Marshall plan for help.' be given the 01 1 truck so we
disruption and weakening of all ing ' J:urope to help her.self has can have a bright, new one for
rival influence and rival power." not fail ed. It may still produce some time to come.
. ,The patte.rn of has tremendous dividends . . But it
proven that this, in all essence, has become apparent that even ORDINANCE NO. 196
IS the underlying theory of the the cooperating nations are far An ordinance.to expend funds
Truman Doctrine. It is obvious- from agreement. This has n'ecessary to purchase 'a new
Iy the force behind duced strong repercussions in truck fer mainte:nance and re-
recent statements and action,S the United States. Congress will pair of public streets, roads and
of ' Secretary And, to view future requests for money highways , within of
remove it from any cloud of for , European aid with an Waynesville aAd appropnatmg
political partisansfiip, i a-ruH:y-ical and jaundiceCI eye. the necessary ,money therefor. ,
well sums up the point of view That doesn',f mean that Con- Wher.eas. the truck used by
-o f- such Republican experts on gress is turning isolationist. But the Village for repair 'of the
foreign policy as Senator it does mean that it will be ex- public streets has ' become
Vandenberg and John Foster ceedingly reluctant to turn a obsolete and unfit for such pur-
, flood of dollars loose unless it poses. ' ,
A good many people belieye is certain that they will really ' Whereas, the village has no
, that it is a dangerous and JlllS- be used to help put Europe on other truck , or equipment suit-
taken attitude. Some of these her fee't and to .. once again! make able'for such purposes and must
peopl'e belong to the extreme , her self-sustaining. ' acquire truc;ko'r equipment
left, pro-Soviet fring -such as , Another fact that .in tile earliest. . time , allowed by
the groups which are presently, must be , recorded IS that the law. ,';/
giving their allegiance t? Henry is 'to Whereas" the village has
Wallace's pro- a war footmg. lt ' IS eVident advertised for bids and has a.n
gram. Others, are 'of ' the possibility of war acceptable bid to furnish such
a much more conserva ive turn, both and. Soviet ' truck or equipment.
t -
Our Service Is 'County Wide
AND SO IS OUR LOW
SCH EOULE.' Oi tance a'dds
nothing the bill. This explains
the ever increa ing number of
farm fa'mi1ies who permit us to
serve them ,when bereavement
strikes.
McCLtfR'E
FUN HOM'E
WAYN ESVIl LE. OH 10

malees
'and ' fear that. the policy is foreign pO,hcy. re. Now' thefefore, be it ordained
wrong because, long" enough of magmtude. of_ by the Council of the of
perpetuated, jt wil.! make war RUSSia s Waynesville, State of OhIO, tilat
inevitable. But, regardless of. have been . dnftqlg 111. Eno.r" there be expended a sum not to
\S.EED CD,RM
-
, who is, right and who is wrong, mous factori es exceed $2150;00 for' ,the _pur-, ,
those whose duty it is to de- beyond the Urals,,: It. IS said, chase of a for the use of.
termine this nation's policy produce war of all the Village in maintenance and
toward , Europ,e are convinced kinds - inCluding ,long - range repair of. public streets, roads
that U. S. goals and Soviet ' bombers. Vast armies of and highways and maintaining'
goals, are generally irreconcil- ers have been mto and repairing- briages and
able service, and some that viaducts including all work done
It' is p'robable .that A,mericans is now labor ' upon road or
do not yet realize the extent to to an e.xtent unequalled even way In which :the
' which , U. S, -Soviet relations by Every foundations thereof are used as
have deteriorated. The , brave source IS bemg given to atomic subsurface of the improvement
hopes of world uni.ty , thereof and no other pur-
were held during and immedl- ThiS doesn t make a pretty pose whatsoever; and that
. there be appropriated the
ADVANCE ORDER FOR SESQUI-CENTENNIAL CQPIES Street Maintenance and Repair
to be about October 1, 19,47 Fund (Motor Vehicle Licenses)
The Sesqui.Centenniat Committee: " ,a sum suffident to pay the'refor.
Please reserve .copies 'of the Sesqui-Cen'tennial Edition as ?;dig:Il1C:
n
iS
per th'e follow,ing: measure for the immediate
Name , .. ,servation of the 'public safety
st. Address ,'RuraJ Rt.
City state
Number of copies wanted at 25c per coP,y :- ,
MAIL ORDERS: Add 5c per copy to cover ,majl'ing costs.
, Address all orders to p. O. BOX E, WAYNESVIIsLE, OHIO
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and general welfare of the
Village of Waynesville, Ohio,
and shall go into full force and
effect upon its passage.
Passed: September ' 12, 1947
, Warren , Braddock, MaY0r
Attest: Charles Clerk
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\ The;r 'Business '
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o.'Kalb developed and
" controlled pa .. ent seed .tock.
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A DeKaib controlled aeed
V p .. oductlon. " ,
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A DeKalb controlled testing,
V l'nlP.etlan, and p .. ocessing.
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ONLY through authorized
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LEBANON, OHIO . RURAL ROUTE NO. 2
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Page 3 The Miami Gazette
Waynes\f'ille, Ohio No. 4334 .
Thursqay, Septemger 18, 1947
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, Wilmington' Girt Iii
AU-Girl Orchestra
The Dayton and Light
Company pre se n ted Phil
Spitalny an" his All-Girl
Orchestra in a mu ical concert
for its employees at
Memorial Hall iI! Dayton, un.
day, September 14. The ICOll-
cert was concluded with a radio
broadcast of the Electric Hour
-"The Hour of Charm." The
. nati'ona] broadcast of "Th
Hour of Cha'rm' is span ored
by . America's tax-paying, bu L
ness 'managed Ii ht and
power companie . The Dayton
Power and Light C mpany i
one of the 175 compal'li s
sponsoring the pr ram.
The concert featur d a violin
010, "Gypsy Air by Evel_ n
and Her Magic Violin. tller
outstandin r number \V 1"
mel odie from , "Th Merry
Widow", un b Mi J ann
J ennin , and ' l Drum C 11-
cert, featUl'ing- Mi Vi la
Schmi t an j Mi ' Maril yn
Marti n, Mi ' - Martin wa ' YJ'ad u-
ate from Wilmin g- t 11 High
h I and Gin innati C n-
servat ry of M u ' i . Th r' wer
many 111 I' beautiful mu i
number.
The ra jio broa j a.:t "The
H ur of ' Charm", wa' n_
eluded with the "H mn f the
Day' ,-, in which The Da iton
P Iwer an i Li ght C mpany ill
pJoyees join d the H ur f
Charrn eh ir in ingin the
beautiful H mn, "I'll S.
where Li t'ning." This 11 '
wa j di atej t The west rn
College for Women, 'Oxford,
Ohi" .
The maestr, Phil
Spitaln , in a llttle impr tu
talk at the n lu i n f th
program, tat -d. "This i the
first tim in the hi tory of
H' ur of Charm" neert that
one, of the spons ring ,c m-
panies has bought out the , en_
tire house exclusively for the
pI asure of their
The Dayton Po\ver and Light
Company ' is to be congratu-
lated. More companies should
d , this art of thing."
This was the first nati0nal
'broadcast experience for most
f 3,OOO-gttestS-attending
the "Hour ' of Chafm"
They, can now say that they
ha ve sung on a national radio
program broadcast from 'coast
to coast,
i;R,lle neWtJ
A large , number of people
from Lytle and at-
ten'ded the ,Sesquicentennial at
Waynesville Saturday and en-
joyed seeing the fine parade.
Mr. Paul Johns left Sunday
, e."enirtg for Cincinnati - where
he will attend his second year
- at the University of Cincinnati.
weth and two children of the
Lytle and Ferry road moved
in with Mr. William Creighton
last week.
Mis, Calvin Lon.gacre and
Mr. Herman Smith were dinner
guests of Mrs. Margaret Johns
and Mr. Paul. Johns on Wed-
nesday, .
Mr. and Mrs. J ohn Chandler
and da ughters spent Sunday
with relatives in Richmond,
Ind.
Mr. and Mrs, Earl Clark of
Dayton were dir-ner
guestS of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter ' Clark" and family
and with ' t.hem heard Hon.
Clarence J. Brown at Wayne -
ville in the afternoon .
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Mr. and Mr ; Harvey Burnet
and Mr, and Mr . . eth Furna
att nd d the farmer' Club at
the home of Mr , Lou lI a Oear-
doff in Lebanon, Thur day, '
Mr. and, Mrs. Le Ii Gray
and children, Wilma and Bol by
attended the Earnhart r union
at the c untry 11 me f Mr. and
Mr. Clarence R e near
Wayne ville, unday.
Mr. and Mr. Robert Rout.
n of near Yellow
Sunday evening wit h their
gi'and-1l10ther, Mrs. Margaret
.
Tbe Y uth Fell w hip group
of Lytle church had a roller-
katin 'party at For st Park,
Da ton, Friday evelling ..
. Mr. and Mr'. Everett Kenrick
:lnd hildren attended a family
. i nic dinner at Terry Moore
prin
o
' , unday.
The ladies of L tIe / Card
Club met for lunch Thursday
at the Peerless Pantry , at
Miami urg and enjoyed an '
afternoon of car.ds there. ,
Mr ', Irma Sweetman and
family of Dayton were Sunday
gu st f Mr. Alice Trickey
and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Harris.
Little Dianna Miller of Waynes-
ville was also a
Aft.er an audition la'st Wed-
nesday evening, Milto!1 Jones
was selected as a , member of
the Junior . Philharmonic Or-
c;:hestra of Dayton. is quite
an honor to Milton and we are
proud' of him.
Mr. , Everett I:arly was
called to Yellow Springs last
week on account of the erious
illness of her mother, Mrs, J. W.
Huston, Mr. Early drive there
every evenin.g and reports her
condition about the same,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold teinke
visited Mr. and Mr . Omar Gills
and family in Akron, O. over
the week end, and while there
attended a choir concert
cast from the Akron Bapti t
Temp'le.
, This community is thankful
to the County Commi si oners
for ,the repair of the h'eet at
the railroad eros ing here.
Orville a va O'e and brother,
Charle are pelldin a coupk.
of weeks vacation on a motor
trip to Canada.
Mrs, Harold teinke .enter-
tained the Fri nd hip' CIa s of
Lytle ullday ho 1 Monday
evening in honor of the birth.
day of her son, Dale.
Mr., and Mr. , th
Mr. and Mr, Harv y Burnet,
Mrs. Margaret John . Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Jane. , Mr. and Mrs,
Walter Kenrick, Mr. Mrs:
Erne t Harlan daught r, Mr:
and Mrs. Walter Clark and Mr.
WaIter Burdine 'heard Han. '
Ciarence J. Bro" n of Washing-
ton C. at the Sesqui-
centennial Ann i v e r sa r y at
Waynesville Sunday afternoo,n,
.
Jimmy Rickey W'OI1 th,e Con-
sole Radio and Recor.d Player
' at 'Wayne Park Saturday even.
ing, it was .... nd prize.
Frank h pherd and family
qf New Burlington were Sun-
day visistors of the Charles
Shepherd family.
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Mrs. Kenrick attend-
ed a Care ' Club Wednesday ,-
afternoon at the home of her
mother, Mrs.: Ed Hopkins in
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C: 'ASH
. Waynesville. "
Mr. Guy Routzahn has been
quite iII the past week with
sciatic rheumatism. He is some-
what improved af this time. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hough
and dau'ghter of near Waynes.
ville called on thc"ir aunt, Mrs.
Nettie Emrick, Friday after-
noon. - , , '
Mr. 'and Mrs, John Cheno-
FOR US DeARS
A'ny m'ake or model
Fred Kahn Motor Car Co. '
PHONE 1M LEBANON, OHIO
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Mrs. Girdoh Bacon and baby
daughter wa I'etUFned to her
home ' from the Middletown
Hospital, Friday.
Mr. and Herbert
Edwards 'of Dayton were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Watkins
the pa t ,week.
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Mi ss Madl n Burske returned
to her studies at Bow,ling Green
Univer ity at Bowling Green,
O. on Sunday.
Hugh , Rid O'e and family of
'West Palm Bach, Fla, visited
relatives and friends in Wayne -
ville ,Ia t ' .
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BEGINNING SEPT. 2, 1947
WE ARE PAYING,' AGENTS
19 The fighti.ngest man with 29
two guns in .the West.
. DANGEROUS VENTURE
William Boyd, Andy Clyde and
. Rand Brooks.
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FOR G'OVERNMENT
LEAVE BONDS
Also: ,Grandpa, is an honest
crook who'll teal your
These Bonds are a dir ct
obligation of the Federal
Government and it is not
,to ea h them at
this time.
ALIAS MR. TWILIGHT
Michael Duane, Trudy Marsball
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What in tel' s cret did 'they
hide? Only a cursed man knew.
the answer.
THE RED HOUSE
If possiqle-- we urge. au
to h Id them for Invest-
ment. '
with Edward G. Robinson, Lon
McCallister an j Judith Ander-
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Plu : Ne\vs and C lor Cartoon
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BANK
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inn c nt man life, in the other
til car er of her hu
Whi hone t av?
THE 'IMPERFECT LAOY
Waynesville, 'Ohio
tarrin ' Ray Milland, Teresa
Wright with Virginia Field and
Anthony Quinn.
At 0: Harne s Ra hort.
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farmers. It is significant to note
that the past 20 years mpre
and more of these .uccessful' fannen
are using BIG M Brand Fertilizen.
'-Seat in the ,field" i. our way of
saying that you can't use a finer
fertilizer for all field crops than free-
flowing BIG M-alwaya manufac-
tured up to standards, never clowrJ
The Pertlllzer
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picture, but those who' should
know best say it i a true one.
.. Perhaps the be t hope for peace
Ii s in the current.. fear of war,
to all the th l:Jght being O'iven
to try ing to prevent :it-an j to
the fact that the people of the ,
\ orld, no ,matt T '>;\ hat their
leaders may have in mind are
exhall te j, an mu t have a 1'0
10nQ' ed,peac if civilization i t
be maintain dan::! sfr :! ngthened.
'An arti Ie in Forci g' n flair at Iy after the war are till fr'csh
entitled "The ( ul" e "'ot viet , in mind. We c.an still remember
Conduct, ' and ,sign d n1y with the photograpll of the first
the initial "X', has ar u ed a meetings between our troops
' tremend tl amount of m- and Soviet troops III Germany,
ment. The r a on f I' the com- with the han j hakes and the
ment i that "X'" i ' rita- toa ts and th pledges of eternal
tiv ly rep rted t be ne of the friendship.
Fairly Familiar
by EFFELDEE
(Con ttn'lled from Page 1)
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Mr. and Mrs. ,George Mill r
and son, Ge9rge Jr. entertained ,
on unday to dinner, Mr. and
Mr, ' Ge rge Woollari
, of Centerville, Mr-. Ma M-
Elfr h 4n j D ugla '
of Waynesville, MY. and Mrs.
Bud Nartk rand ons, Ell 'ene
and Stephen of Cincinnati. Mr .
Daisy Chaney of Hill b r , an i
Mr Will R. L wi f Fairview,
o an j En\ in L wi f Wa 11 ' -
. ,
ville.
The Roy Earnhart families
enj oye a day of reuni on at th
The Miami Gazette Page 2
Waynesville, Ohio No. 4334
Thursjay, ,September 18, t
Mr. and Mrs. Nat C. Murray
of Chicago have purchased and
are now 0 cupyin the former
home of Mr. 'and Mr. L. V.
B ral1strato r.
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M r. Mr . Artliur Zell of
Erie, Pa. 'pent th end
with Mr and Mrs, ' eth Furnas
and attelldect the e qui-
c ntennial Celebrati n.
Mr and Mrs. J: W. Nixen
of were week end
vi it'or f their on and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Erne t Ni xen.
top men in' the tate Depa rt- On the practic-a1 side, only an
ment, wh e ffi ial po iti n unqualifi d optimist can believe
forced him to writ that Uli country is making
mously. tmuch progress in the' diplomatic
I The basic -atutu e of the war with the Soviet Union. The
article, so far as U. S. -S viet Sovi,et po.licy of disrup-
relations are c nc rned, is tion, distrust of U. S., and
summed up in these un q uivocal internal di c rd i' producing
sentences: "It is etear' that the tangible results on two c'onti-
Unifed States cannot exp ct in nent. The Greek problem is
the foreseeable future' to ' enjoy more difficult than ever, and
political inti!l1acy wilh the communi t str ngth is undoubL
Soviet regime. It mu t continue edly growing. China i in com.
to regard the Soviet Union as a plete chaos-an j, as in Greece,
rival, not a partner; in the the power and the pre tige of
political ar,ena. It must continue the communists are ' in the as-
to expect that Soviet polic\es cenden t. G rman is. to rn be.
will reflect no ab tract love of tween the two conflicting
peace. and, no real and the Russians--
faith In the po slblllty of a aIded by the powerful commu-
permanent happy coexistence of nist faction in France-have
the socialist and capitalist , prevented any real start toward
worlds, but rather a cautious, ' German rehabilitation.
persistent pressure toward The M'arshall plan for help-
disruption and weakening of all ing Europe to help , herself has
rival.influence and rival power." not failed. It may still produce
iiring eff rt in a s ml ling
such a fine parade for the
-S quicentennial Celel rati n.
Many hour f eff rt and I ts
of tel phone call " -and ' driving
entered into the bui lding of
sllch a fine di pia (f th 112
different entri s that ext nded
-for a distan e of almo t a mile.
Truly an lit tandin )' f at to
organize thi lit tan in p r-
formance. Thank , for
your great hel p_.
hom f Mr. and Mr . CIaI' nce
Rye.on un jay. A' deli i u
basket dinner wa' nj oye 1- and
a social time was enj 0 yed fa r
the afternoon.
Mr ulld Mrs. K. L. Elzey
and d'aught er: M'arj rie of Day_
ton vi ' it d Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Elze , ' un jay afternoon.
_ ,The pattern 'of has tremendous , dividends. But it
proven that this, in all essence, bas become that even ,
is the underlying theory of the th,e cO,operating nah?ns are far
Truman Doctrine. It is obvious- from agreement. ThiS h.a,s pr?-
, ly the motJvating, force behind duced stro'n,g repercussIOns !n
, recent state:ments and actions the United States. Congress Will
of Secretary Marshall. And, to view future for. money
remove it from any cloud of for European aid WIth an
political partisansliip, it pretty' analyical and jaundicect ' eye.
well sums up the point of vi ew, That m.ean Con.
of such Republican , experts on gress IS IsolaboUlst.
foreIgn policy as ena or I oes mean tlla I WI e x ...
Vandenber.g and John Fost r ceedingly reluctant to turn a
flood of dollars loose .unless it
A good ,nany people is certain that they Will really
that it is a dangerous mls- be used to help put Europe on
taken attitude. S.ome of these her feet and once agam make
people belong to the extreme ,her self-sustaming, ' ,
.left, pto-Soviet 'fring -such as Another fact that
the groups are presently must b,e recorded IS that the
giving their aHeglan,ce to Henry world IS on what to
Wallace's appease-Hussion pro- a war It is' evrdent
gram. Others, howev_er, are of the pOSSIbility of war
a much more conservative turn,' both , Amencan and. Soviet
and f.ear that the policy is foreigl1 pO,licy.
wron because, long enough of of
perpetuated it will make war RUSSia s mlhtary preparatIOns
*"'*
We see th ' newt , pur has d
truck with it ' c at of reen
paint and yellow letter tating
it belongs to the ' Villa e of
Waynesvifle, goin<r about, the
streets the pa t week or so be
ing introduced to its many and
varied dutie of n,l'lintainence,
' The old truck is still in service
and will still,c'ontinue to do duty.
, We hope the' "dirty" jobs wil1
be given the old truck so we
can haye a bright, new one for ,
some time to come.
ORDINANCE NO. 196
An ordinance to expend funds
necessary ' to purchase a new
truck for maintenance and re-
paJr of public roads and
highways withi!1 the Village of
Waynesville and,
the necessary money therefor.
Wher,eas. the truck used by
the Villa for repair of the
public streets has become
obsolete and \.!nfit for such pur-
poses. ,
Whereas, the village has no
other truck or equipment suit-
'able for such purposes and must
acquire such truck dr equipment
in the earliest time , allowed by
, law. ' ' .....
Whereas, the has
advertised' for bids and has an
acceptable bid to furnish , such
truck or equipment.
Now therefore be it ordained
by the Council of the Village of
Waynesville, State of Ohio,
there be expended al sum not to
exceed $2150.00 for .the pur-
"chase of a truck fQir the use of
,inevitable. 'But" regardless of- have been . drifting in. Eno.r-
who is ' right and 'who', is wrong, mous bUIlt
those whose duty it is to ge- the Urals, It. IS said, to
termine this natio,n's policy , produce war J1)atenals of all
toward Europ,e are convinced 'kinds - including long - range
that U. S. goals and bom?ers. Vast armies of
goals are irreconcll- ers have been mto
able ,'service, and some think that
It is probable that Americans is now,using slave labor
do not yet realize the to to an unequalled even ,
'which U. S . Soviet relatIOns by Every
have 'de.teriorated. The brave source IS bemg ,given to , atomiC
hopes of world 'unity ' which research.
were held dqring a,nd immedi-: This doesn't make a pretty
the Village , in maintenance and
repair of public streets" roads
and h'ighways and maintaining
and repairing bridges , and
viaducts including all work done
upon any public road or high-
way 'in which the existing
foundations thereof aTe used, as
subsurface of ,the 'improvement
' thereof and for no other pur-
pose" and that
there be approp'rlated from th.e
Street M:aintenance and, Repair
Fund (Motor Vehicle Licenses)
ADVANCE ORDER FOR SESQUI-CENTENNIAI:- CSPIES
Publication to be' ready about October 1, 1-947
a sum,stiffident to pay therefor.
The Committee: " ", ' .
Please reserve copies of the Sesqui-Centennlal
per the following:
Edition as This .ordinance is hereby ,de.
clared to' be an emergency
measure for' the im.'mediate pre-
se'rvationof the public safety
Name 1
St. Address , Rural Rt.
'City , state
of copies at 2Sc per copy - "
MAIL ORDERS: Add Sc per copy to cover majling casts.-
Address all orders to ,P. O. BOX E, WAYNESVIIsLE, OHIO
, and general welfar,e of t}1e
Village of WayneSVille, OhIO,
and 'shall go 'into full force and
effect upon , its passage.
Pass,ed: Septem;ber 12, 1947 '
Warren Braddock, Mayor ,
Attest: Charles James, Clerk
, 2-925
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Ralph Mainous and family of
Detroit were w ek end vi itors
of Ray Mainous and family, Mrs.
Ray Main us wa vi iting ,in
Detroit and returned home With
them.
U8E'OAZWrtE CLASSDnED ADS
AMBULANCE
PHONE , '
Qur Service Is Counly Wide
.AND so IS OUR LOW PRICE
' SCHEDULE. Distance adds
nothing to the bill. This explains
2111
, the ever increasing number of
farm families who permit us to
serve them when bereavement
strikes.
,McCLU R'E
, .
FUN . H,OME
WAY N E S V ILL E, 0 H 10
\SEED C
, '
, "
\ lheir . Business
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A . DeK.lb d.v.lop.d and .
controU.dp .... nt d .tock.
... DeKalb controll.d d .
V , production. - ,
, , '
, , '
,! A OeK.lb' t
, V , Inspection" and proc lng.
, ' ,
, " ,
. O ', DeKaib Mybrld ',Corn ".old
'if ,ONLY. throug'h ,. 'uthorlz.d
, , d I ...... .
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Les6e R. Rothman
LEBANON, 0,,-.0 RURAL ROUTE NO. 2

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Page 3 The Miami Gazette
Ohio No. 4.334
Thursday, September 18, 1947
Wilmington Girl In
All-Girl Orchestra.
The Dayton Power and Li ght
Company presented Phil
Spitalny . and his All-Girl
Orchestra in a mu ical conc;ert
exclusively for its employees at
Memorial Hall in Dayton, UIL
day, Septem er 14. The con-
cert was concluded with a radio
broadcast of the Electri Hour
-"The Hour of Charm." The
national broadcast of "The
Hour of Charm' i span ored
by America's tax-paying, bu i.
ness managed ele tric light and
power companie . The Dayton
Light C mpan" 'i
one of th 175 compani s
sponsoring the PI' rram.
The concert feat ur a vi lin
solo, "Gyp yAir' by Ev I n
and Her Magic Vi lin. ther
ouJ tanding 118ml ers \\ cre
mel di ' fr m "Th Merr
Wid W", ' by Mi s J ll1 l1 e
J enni n , it n tI ' l rum Con-
cert, featurinO" Mi s i la
Schmidt a l1j Mi Marilvn
Martin. Mi Martin w rattu-
ate fr 111 Wilmill O' t n Hi 11
ch )1 a'll Cin innati C n-
servat ry of M LI ie. Th re weI"
man mar l1 autiful l11u -i al
numb r .
The radi br ' ad at' The
Hour of 'Charm", wa n.
eluded with the "Hymn f th2
Day , in whi h The Da ton
p )W r nd Li O'il t C lilpan em
pI y e join d the H ur f
Charm choir in . in in the
beaut iful Hymn, ' 1',11 B
where Li fning." Thi n r
wa' d di {lted t The W st rn
C 'li ege f I' W men, Oxf rd,
Ohi .
The famed maestr,' Phil
Spitall1y, itf a little impr tu
talk at the n lu i n f .tll
pr O' ram, tated. wfhis i the.
fit t time in the hi tory of
Hour of Charm" concert that
one of the spans ring com:'
panie ha bought 'out the en_
tire house exClusively for the
pI asure of their employee.
The Dayton .Power and ' Light
.Company is to . be congratu-
lated. More companies should
. d this sort of thing." .
weth and two children of the
. Lytle and Perry road. moved
in .with Mr. William Creighton
last week.
' Mrs. Calvin Longacre and
Mr. Herman Smith were dinner
gue ts of Mrs. Margaret Johns
and Mr. Paul Johns on Wed-
nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Chandler
and daughters spent' Sunday
with- relatives in Richmond,
Ind. .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark of
Dayton were : unday dir-ner
guests of their parents, Mr. and
.Mrs. WaIter Clark and family
and with them heard Han.
Clarence J. Brown at Wayne.
ville in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mr . Harvey Burnet
and Mr. and Mr. eth Furna
att nd d the Farm r' Club at
the home of Mr . Lou Il a Oear-
doff in Lebanon, Thur day.
Mr. and Mrs. Le Ii Gray
an j children, Wilma an j Bohby
att nded the Earnha rt r union
at .the cOUl1try home f Mr. and
Mr . Clarenc Rye near
Waynesville, un ny.
Mr. and Mr . ' Robert Raul.
n of near Y 1I 0w' pring
pent Sunday evening \ ith their
,grand-mother, Mrs. Margaret
alms. .
The youth FeI.Iowship group
of Lytle church had a roller.
katin O' party at Forest Park,
Da ton, Friday evening. ' .
Mr. and Mr . Everett Kenrick
and children attended a 'family '
. picnic dinner at Terry Moore
prin , unday.
Th ladie of L tie I Card
was selected as a member of Mrs. Girdon Bacon and baby
the Junior ,Philharm nic Or. daughter was returned to her
chestra of Dayton. This is quite .' home . fro'nl the Middletown
an honor to Milton and we al'e Hospital, Friday,
proud' of him.
Mrs. Everett t::arly was
called to Yellow Springs ILt
week on account of the erious
illness of her mother, Mrs. J. W.
Huston. Mr. Early ' there
every evenin.g and reports--her
condition about the arne.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold teinke
visited Mr. and Mr . Omar Gills
and family in Akron, O. over
the week end and there
attended a choir concert broad-
cast from the Akron Baptist
Temple.' .
This community 'j thankful
to the County Commi sioner
for the repair of the treet at
the railroad cros in her.
Orville Sava e and brother,
Charle are pendinO' a coup']...
of \v eks vacati on on a motor '
trip to Canada.
Mr. Harold teink enter-
tained the Friend hip CIa s of
Mi s Maril' 'n Bur ke returned
to her stud'ies at Bowling Green
Univer ity at BowlinO' Green,
O. on .Sunday.
\
H ugh Ridge and family of
West Palm Beach, Fla. visited
r,elatives and friends in Wayne.
viI1e last w ek. ' .
BEGINNING 2, 1947
WE ARE PAYING AGENTS

FOR GOVERNMENT
TERMINAL LEAVE BONDS
These Bonds are a direct
obligation of the Federal
Governm nt and it is not
nece sary to ca h them at
this time.
L tie unday hal . Monday 'bl
ev nin in honor of the birth. If pass! e-- we urge you
day of her s n, Dale. to hold them for Invest-
Mr. and th Furna. , _ ._
Mr. and Mr. Harv y Burnet,
Mrs. Ma-rgaret Jol?n I Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Jane, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Kenrick, Mr. and Mrs:
Erne t Harl an and daught r Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Clark and
Walter Bmdine hard Han.
Clarence J. Brown of Washing-
ton D. C. at the Sesqui-
centennial Ann i v e r sa r y at
Waynesville Sunday aft moon.
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WAYNESVILLE
NATIONAL
BANK '
Waynes'Yille, Ohio
,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Edwards Qf Qaytoll were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. RufuWatkins
the pa t week.
19 The fightingest man with 20
two guns in the West.
DANGEROUS VENTURE
William Boyd, Andy 'Clyde and
Rand Brooks.
Also: Grandpa is an honest
crook who'll teal your heart.
ALIA MR. TWILIGHT
. Michael L Jane, Trudy Marlhall
,
21 ' The Oxhea j Woo js! 22
What in ter cret did they
hide? Only a curse I man' knew
the answer.
THE RED HOUSE '
'with Edward G. Robinson, Lon
McCallister and Judith Ander-
24 In on hand 11 h Id an 25
inno ntman life, in' the other
til- . ar er f her hu .ban9.
Whi h ne t av?
THE IMPERFECT LADY
tarring Ray Milland, Teresa
Wright with Virginia Field and
Anthony Quinn. '
ALa: Harne s Ra ing hart.
Club m t for lunch Thursday
at the Peerless Pantry ' at
Miarnisbur and an
-aft r1100n of cards there.
.
Jimmy Rickey won Con-
sole Radio and , Record Player
at Wayne Park' Sa'turday even.
ing, it was 2nd. prize.
COMPLETE
Mr Irma Sweetman and
family' of Dayton were Sunday
gu st of Mr. Alice Trickey
and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Harris.
Little Dianna Miller of Waynes-
ville wa also a visitor.
After an audition .last Wed.
. nesday evening, Milton Jones
Frank h pher and family
of New Burlington were Sun-
day visistors of the Gh-arles
Shepherd family .
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tlm:ter Ohio SlWis
As TOLD DiViSION
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SEASON"
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