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Fairly Familiar

by , EFFELDEE
Last fall we wer v '-r err--
thusiastic about the a I parent
yiarm reception received
mg a plan presented for th
weekly colun'uLof cho( I activi-
ties in the Wayne Town hip
School. Definite steps were
taken, '0 we were told, to a sure
us this very valuahle news col-
umn. each w ek,. to he written
aQd edited by students in , th
Senior Class with reporter from
the various classe in hoth
practe and School. We
felt this 'would make an excell.
ent medium throu,g-h which the
parents and the public in
,could keep in contact with
school activities. We als(l felt it
would be excellent for
the students in and
this news. For a few
weeks in the early part of the
school year we did receive some
news. . The Sforls writer has
been consisten th!
season and to him we say
thanks. F0r the other part, we
are not in position to make an)
comment since ,we have noi!:.:.n!,'
fa do with the operation nf th t>
schools. we do feel
that an opportunity for the
vancement of cooperation a-
mon,!?' the school Y5-
, tern, the facuty, the parents find'
the ' general publ ic I as been '
"J?assed bv the board" in th is
failure of the school tp
. a weekly feature in their local
newspaper. W'e say their news
paper becal,lse we mean that Ii-
tMaJly. The Miami Gazette b,e-
to the school. tht: church-
s. the clubs and organi7.atin n,
. ll,nt'f to' each arid indivilhl:l1
in dornmunity iust as sur,t'l
as"it f,1l..'lpngs to the w"n
ints it. When rt
","Wt;;II, tty
The Miami
r , lB Ie INVITED
TO AlTEND THE
GOODWILL MEETING
Special invitatio'll to- th
-Goodwill Industrie annual din-
ner meetin,g- to I e h I i at the
Dayton YMCA February are
bei ng m;:t,il d to Goo 'l vill trus-
, ,
GAZETT<E
, tee in 60 towns 'urrounding
Dayton. Repor1s on 1947 , ac-
complishm nts will be made in
terms of services rendered to
the physically handicapped:
Establishe.d 1850 No. 4352
W A Y N E S V ILL E, Q.
NAME OF LOCAL
MERCHANT LEFT
OUT OF LIST
CLOSING STORES
, The name of dll1i th' Meat
Market was inadvertently lefl
out of the list of merchants who
the ,' Thursday night
closinK as indicated in an artIcle
on Pa,goe One of last wl::ek's
Miami Gazette. The item indi-
cated that the group of mer-
chants as shown below have de-
cided to close their places of
business on Thursday eveninKs,
effective as , of today, Jan, 22.
These stores will clo eat 6 :00
p. m. 'on Thursday evenings but
will remain open on Tuesda v
and Sa,turda y evenrngs .IS usual
The list of sponso.rs of thIS plan
are as follows:
- , Stewart's 'Dot Food Store; ,
B. &. R. Dry Cleaners; Ro,goerl
& Simpson Tractor S a I e s :
Waynesvil1e &. Ap-
pliance Co.; Lacy's Quality
Market; D. R. Sniith White Villa
G r q c e r y; Fairley Hardware
Hyman's Dept. Store;
KroR"er Grocery &. Co.;
and Smith's Meat Market.
, It has also been poinfed out,
hv some of tile business men
that ' of the thursday
as in '
$1'.50 per Year. ' 5c Cdpy
Thursday, J anuary 22, 1948
TRUSTEES
MEETING
OF STATE GROUP
IN COLUMBUS
Will C st. John and Robert
Furnas, members of the Wayne
Township are in Col-
umbus this week attendin,lt the
State of Township
Trustees held there Jan.
21 to 24. They plan to r'eturn
on Saturday of th is week. -
OPTOMETRIST OF
'FRANKLIN OPENS'
PRACTICE HERE
, The public is invited to at-
tend, but is to write for
reservations immediately be-
cause seating capacity will be
limited to ' 280. Herbert S.

Dt. Ellwood C. Nance
Dr. ' T. P. Grosvenor, Op
tometrist of Franklin an -
nounces this week that he , will
open an office in the Ridl!e
home, across the treet from
the Post Office effective 'as, of
Jail/. . 31. Dr. Grosvenor will
maintain office on Tues-
day and Saturday from
6 :30 to 9,:00 o'dock and op Beane, president of the board.
mornings fro expressed the hope that people
8 :00 to 12 :00 in 'communities served hv ,
While appointments are not . Goodwill, trucks other than trus
' aosotutely necessary, states Dr tees will attend he dinner and
Grosvenor, he the ' learn more about Goodwill..
may be optained by him Principal speaker will be br,
at Frankhn 10. . Ellwood C. Naoce from Tampa,
Fla., I who is considered to c
on.e.,.9J. ,the -aullJ' ,
onttes on human relations; He
. We "lack a business. A uary 3 '1, r
' .".r1Icr1I ... ' offer this service'. Since ' 10 these business men b s' e Lampe sta " Tnese returns,
. " . '" It 111 ss he explained, cover ' tIle sales
ot cost money,. ,only a IS on a -par With any penod in
rt to helt> in the pro- the past and they definitely state p,eriod of July 1 ,to December
of'our"1OcaMrewspaper, that 'it is not a lack of business 31, 1947. All persons, firms or
The dinner meetin,g- wi'll
uhder wa v at 6 ;00 p. m. Pa,ul
Jones wilT furni h dinner music
with a Wurtitizer, or,g-an.
be 'o'nd our comprehension that prompts ' their on corporations been .is- LOCAL MAN HAS
to why any inclu(HIl.!!' these evenings, but rather the . sued a vendor license pn.or CLOSE CALL IN
schools, would fail to talc 10nR: hours that are '10 January 1, 1948, must hie AUTO SMASHUP
(If one of the a burden onJh.e..business men regardless of . The Warren, County Sher-
... P'IIl,....,''''m, of which America i,; themselves and their employees were maqe, or prepaid tax iff's office reported this week
, the freedOM o'f speech . purchased. , h k f
d f h The Iflformation necessary t at Ray' Pur s, 24, 0 Waynes-
'n, 0: t e T'lress. If it was t l') ACKNOWLEDMENT to prepare such a r'eturn ville had ,escaped injury when
tie denaed us, than \ve would too I MADE BY' h' t dl d d
kt
. h es the amount of aross sales, . IS car was repor e v crowe
'0 . Y whls to take D, A " U D A ...... F'ACUL ' TY .oxempt, sales and "'Il,at taxable off state Route 48 last Satur-
that w ich we cotitdnJt t,1a,'t.. I'll""''' n _ " ,' d . h't d 10 h :I' t f'lt
' , sales" toae'ther with the I'n ' ven. ay an CI as el III 0 a I -
A'ain, this extends The ' members 01 the school tord' of stamps at the beainnin
a
in,g- station at
the scho'ols of this com'munit , and the of Waynes- I't ,.. station was owned bv Herman
' e of it, 'co!. Ville SChODls ,wlsh to acknow. an ' ,close 'of the period. and Schreck. Deputies William Tho-
untns for .. the l)UrpOSe of pro. ' the fine work of the Band , the ilnlOunt of prepaid tax re- mas and Dick Satterthwaite reo
their in :l manner durinR: the past' year the aCpcideknt. .
,that will enti'h en the COI11- m their eforts to prov,de instru- 3 i, t 947" ' _._ _ _ n.,f to _ur-;-s, an on-
' D1l1ntV of the ments for the, bafRi. 'In tne short Tile examine'r will assist ven. , C0fflltlK. forced , off the
t r'hn(), is (me (If the ' hasic foun ' time this was dors with the 'of these, re- I ro.ad mto the bUI.ldmg. pas ..
Mati!'n organizations of anv ,800 was, raised and ap: I I d .!
; r.nmrnunity it. is "only natural. , plled' to the , purchase of ,equip.; " turns in the For Garage on 0 me flSS wm OWS ('\n(1
: that nersnllS within i'ts scope ment for the band. We ,wish es. January 26 during the hours the. bUlldml?' were The
, ifr vihl1v i.nterested in its af- Decially to Mr. 9 :00 A. r M. to 4 :00 P. M. car. own.ed by Carl Cook of
f
. t ' T t ' H n Ta" returns 1lot f', I el:1 was also
" :'1 1" '; h stifle his for , this Kenerosity' "A 1
.,,' 1:'1"" , i l Cdn'p l'i 'nne way of nro- devotaon to caose as weJl on or before January :31 ara e( .
ll'!0tinfY tf1'1' 1:tck, nf' cooperation, as Mr:. and Mrs. ' Ratph H"m. ' subject 'to $1'.00 a day penalty
IH, d emnltv the mond. Mr. ' and M rs, ,for .the perind of the delin.
, I t't;: 0\ -l." rcnme this , FloJlel.1ce, Mr. 'and, Mrs. Charles , quency. , .
1WO' LOCAL OFFICERS
'NAMED TO HEAD
COUNTY GROUP
' \possjhititv ,",\, a weeklv Watkans. Mrs. Eli Furnas. ;ui d The examiner will assist ven-
, column nf i ntes on the affairs many rth.ers who .rave So freeh' dors with the, filini ,of th-cse rc-
of- our. chnn1. ' , of their hme ('Un',.t turns in Warren County on " Will C. St., Joh.,,1tnd Maynar I
WI
'1 dates. ' , ,Weltz were named to P'(l sts iIi
X!
OCAr .. STJ JflF.NT T
ReINI .. CO, I F.t1E
A ISTS C
r
ASS
SeRVING 'FOP ,
-102' YEAR or n
11 e we II re Sf'll'rv thi,-: 'l'r(",,, W '11 F i tht! Warren County Tnwnshil')
feels it can no , In.n!" .er .... SSt,'n1 ? aynesvl C - , on
the I d
' f h' " - .Januarv 23;, Franklin. City Association at re- ('I r,:!'.an
i
z1-
'lUr en n t "rn j d \\ " ' t' t I 1:1' 1 1 .
'd tl ' January 26: , Mor-, ' Ion mee 1C l In ,e Janon In
, 0 V ,aprreeinf' p . . ,:., .... M t ff' fOI'll1e' l' \\
com
nl h t , row - ayor s 0 Jan- 1 .. n .
,. tp fhi,: ti'11.'" , . l' . i' t f tl
II:ln' ,"'7: I.ehanon - Court namel pres!, 1.:11 ' () lC
, M' M ' MJ:'''''n,..n .... , ''''r . .. .
, ,ISS ' .a H;:l ,., ,,1'1 . a "ttl
dent at Vllie-t11IR l11t.erl11nnt r ''l 1- ' ,r.I) " " rr:
leR'e at Bris-t01. V:l ... ;l.'"i ,' f i-t ,: >., Tn
Class. in servin
n
tea :It n' ". ' . ' ',ENTJNE D.-'NCE
tion give.n for 102 vcnr ('ltd ,(1('11 . Accorriin(!' ti" Helen F H'lI'
,JuJious F. Howell -ronf ,.<; ... lan, ('If Ineal
, whn ,.; , No. 1.1. t.he meml1crs of fhat
thda.y in ,l1ri ,t()l r't"ct" "t'v, The organizati(.lJ1 have he'l1 invitt'd
affaIr w,as hy Miss ' !o attenn a:'Valclltine Dance he-
Mary Pickford. Idol of ,held an I ehanon at the
nr.t hell1
n
,'re' "lt. ( ,r:1t:l/
Y
c th"re, ' 11
A p,:-t()f1al . how1l1,!!" of her be- even,",!!'. Fe". 5. The rhncc is
-stoWIO!!, n k ''' ': ,.;,.", f ' 4' " r n("l r sponsored hy tht! I,ehannn
R"Uest was carned 111 m:m.v 'Jews- No. 146J ann will l'e
parers durin,l!' the lechlre hour
111 vI- . r h "" 1<': tween 9 and I 2 o'clock
Hattan took Dart. was held in All local CJranrrcr '
the Hotel at Bristol. to attend.
,Hnu e, .Januarv 2R, jO, ,3 I,. and the latter Clerk. n Itll :'IF('
memhers ()f the Wa Vile.! Tnw!1-
,Trustees.
WILL C. ST. JOHN
HEADS TRUSTEES
FOR COMINC YEAR
At the annual
meetin.t!' of ,the Wayne Town-
ship Trustees h-e\d thi week,
Will C , St. John was named
President f the group, ' Rnherl
Furnas, , Vice-president. Je
Prender,(!,a t . RI)ad , Supervi"or
and M:t'.'n:Hd \\felt z, Clerk. Thi "
r .'0J'.!!:'Inization ,f the To\\'nshin
officials is done each year in
order that each member ma v
h:L ve the opportunit v to - in
each official capacit.y.
SCHOOL STATES
REGRETS OVER
TURNER'S LEAVING
, Last week Mr,. anq Mrs. Wrlti.:
.Turner anounced th eir plall" II,
go to.Arizona' this week to mak\!.
the I r h !line.
TJJe student hedy 'and th,'
faculty reKret very much t( I ' (,',:
Mr. Turner leave. has
ployC i here since Seplcmi ..' j',
946. as Sc1,11101 prinC,1":d ,
is W;lS
r,da I () . '
CAZETTE TQ CHANGE
OWNERSHIP AS OF '
FIRST OF FEBRUARY
The Miami Gazett WI have
a new ditor and owner
nin,g- nex 1 month.
Carl G. mith. who ha teen
a i tant ' ity edit r on the
"Journal-Every Eveninj?;' ,in
Wilmington, Del.. for th pa t
three and a half year, has pur-
eha ,ed Wayne vil,le's weekl y
newspaper f r m Floyd L.
Dayisson. '
mith, who will take over on
February t, plans to continue
th iob hu iness ,
carried on hy th e Davisson
Fress. hut the e tablishment \\' itt
operate simply under the name
of "The ,Miami Gazette"
Thi - newsJjaper will continue
to De published ' in five-column
tablojd style.
Smith said the editorial pol.
icy wilt not be down' to ,any
party or grotlP, but will develop
as he ,lret acquainted in
Waynesville. , As in any news-
paper, the main objective will
be to learn and print the truth.
D,avid Monta, of near
anon has been employed to do
linotype and press work for the
Gazette.
WAYNESVILLE'S OLDEST
. PAssES
JAN. t 6th. 6 :30 A. M.
Ellen E. W'inspear died at the
home of her dciu,gohter Mrs.
Catherine W. Barnhart with
whom she had made her home
for the pa t fifteen 'years_
Throughout her long Illness
which had her to her
hed fC?r mar than (WO
her mind was clear and Iinght,
and she clung to life as only one
does love the things
that lIfe can contribute. Al-
a '.resident .9f Wayr..es-
y _ f.l . . "illr
sJ>ea 1iad made many acquain.
tances '!lnd by her sweet' ana
j{racious 'manner her-
self to"all who knew her. '
.In her ninety-six. years, Mr,s.
Wins.peaLliy-ed a ful and' in-
terestin'g life, - born in Shrop-
hire, October ' 16.
1851, her family came to
America in 1860, .locating at
Moores Hill, Indiana. Shortly
after their arrival in the States,
both ' parents died. leav.iitK h,er
and a brother (William Rowe,
now deceased. who were 'cared
for and raised by 'an uncle, J.
B. of Lindale, Cler-
mont County, Ohio. and where
shelived the part of her
life. :In her early twenties, ' she
married Wheelock Winspear, to
which union were born two sons
and , four dau.lrhters .. Her' hus-
band, and both sons John B.
and 'Wheelock W. who have
preceded her "in death.
She is survived ,by the four
Mrs. Clifford L.
White and Mrs. E. D. Moniar,
hoth, ()f Ame1a, Oho; Mrs. M(l ,riC
Riffle O'f CinCinnati, Ohi o: arid
Mrs. \V. Hnrnl1aJ't,
Ohio.
were held at
rlJncr;tl Home. Me
Cincinnati. Ohio"
at::! P. M. Mondav, Jan. 19.
111 tennent was (it Amelia
C' 11'1et cr", Ame.1 ia: OhiX1. '
" ,
, c..
FORMER RESIDENT
'DIES IN' EASTERN
HOSPfTAL, JAN. 14
"
Mrs., c,r:'lV, 66,
a. fnrmt' r re Ident nf Waynes-
VIP,c:' . til idow of ,Leonard.
Gra v, of a hem-
in a Trel" h.n. N. J.,
l:1st ,"lhy.
She, IS surVived hy a'
tel'. Helen Nolan, of \Vood-
hury, N. J. and two hrnthers
and Joseph ,Cox bf
1 erra Halite. Ind . .
Funeral services con-
h-v Rev. R. 13. Coleman
of the Methodist Church at the
_ Funeral Home on
rueslta v at :00 fl'.
Bunal was in
cemetery.
..
The Miami Gazette
to be an exce lively
campai,gn. '
flt that time, the contract' could
be renewed at the pleasure of
The Hauer Mu ic House. If in 8 TAB 'L I 8 BED 1 a 5 0
Publ1abed Every ThUl'8da7 . by DA VI8SON PRJES
FLOYD L. DA VISSOIN, Ed.ttor
* * *
What is th business outlook ', the meantime any cOllditi n
f r the new ear? I f a ,g'roup, O{I ,should develop that woulct
28_0 executives surveved b cat! e the Band B 0 tel's crub
Fortune is c'orre :Y, the" b om to disband r 1i ' continu'e act-
continue an i it may g-et ivities for rai "i'ng III n v, til'
bigger. Nearly two-thirgs of club was r quil' d hy the con-
tho e replyin,e: aid that. t' tract to notify the Hauer Music
IIDtered as SeCond CluB Matter at ,the Pcet Office
oubecrtptlon Rates: '1.50 per Year in Advance
National Advertising Representatives
Ohio, W eeklies, 2465 W. Broad ,Street, By contrast, when a simi lar' House im)11ediatel y. The ' con-
poll was conduct d at the end ,g-ave the Hauer Mu i'
Columbus 4, Ohio
f 1946, m I'e than half ()f ' House the rig-ht to repo's ' aU
'METHODIST CHURCH '
R. B. COl.EMAN, Minister
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
J. J: Rurske,
Worship Service to :30 a.m.
Youth Fellowship
Thursday, 7 :30 .pm.
Mr. HOLLY METHODIST
T. M. SCARFF, Mini.ter '
, Sunday School 9 :30 a.m,
E. A. Earnhart, Supt.
Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Evening Service 7 :30 p.ni.
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
8AMUEL N. KEYS, Minirte"
Church School 9 :30 a. m.
Nursery School ' 10,:30 a. ffi.
Morning Prayer to :30 a. ffi.
trrICA E. U. B. CHURCH
REV. WILLIAM 8HANNON
Sunday School . 9 :30 a.m.
Mrs. James "Garrison, Supt.
Preaching. 1 st and 3 rd Sundays
each month 10:30 a.m.
-
WA \ NESVlIJ.E
QlURQI OF alRIST
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
Communien 10:30 a.m.
Service . 8 p.m.
-
CAESARS CREEK FRIENDS
REV. 'DAVIO 8TANfI'IELD, Mlnl,t ...
Worsllip' Service 9 :45 a. ' m.
Sunday School 10:45 a. m.
'You are invited to worship with
us.
ST. AucumNE
"ather Krumho .... Priest
8 :00 a. m. and to :00 a. Qt.
f'ERAy aruRCH 01 CHRIST
E. STINaON, ...
a_ble School 9 :30 a.m.
Morning Worship to:30 a.m.
Prayer Meeting 7 :00 p.m.
Young Meeting
la-t effort, b. Repr entativt!
was an utter flop. Pr-
lor , to that, the elder Senator
'\1 tte made a cam-
paign but the' best he was able
to do was to arry hi owh state
of Wisconsin where atl the
time, his PI:ogr ' sive Party wa5
firmly in the saddle. The' best
att mpt Of all, of , ourse, was
that made by Theodore Rose-
velt with' his Bull Moose tic-
ket. He had the' of
an ex-president with a
tremendous and loyal personal
but he couldn't Win,'
Nor ally-because of our el-
tho an ' werin,1!" pc ted a mortga.e:ed in ' trum "nt .
downturn in 1 4/ . That down- A ituati n d 'veloped cau' -
turn, a every n ' now kn w:. in,g til Band Boo t I" t be-
,didn t even tart t n'lat'riali ze. lieve til ir ff rt w re n ,101l ,g'-
Commentin.) on 111 rc: lIlts er appreciate j ,or want d by tht'
f th la t poll, For1un' nh- mu i director r , erinten-
th tighful read 'I' jetJt. ince ,thi - had I een a
ma y fmd s me .ground f r difficult operation at best
alarm in the near unanimit y and ince th mu'ic dir "c1 r did
with which bu llle s exp ct - th not see fit to cooperate, the
idexe to R:O n\\ ard and upward members pre' ent at a called
... Btisiness is counting on a meeting: voted to withdraw all
continuation of til ,g-n.:at po t- support al)d di -band until s,uch
war inflation ... The nri e of time as th ' pr blem should be
that inflat.ion i also clear. Man- solved to th :> "ati fact! ( I: of the
a,g-ement ha 1948 down in it- majority conc med.
ectiv. system. :vhich gives a
candlitate a bare ma-
jority of the popular vote in a
state that state's entire vote in
books as a year of increa ed Jiv- Therefore. it wa llece arv
ing costs and there i to follow the wordin' of tile
of tabor lin re t :1n 1 trik- contract. This has been done.
Upon notice of the difficulties
the 'Electoral third ' .' YEAR ,OF V.ISASTER
party head wins nothinR'." and The year which ,
IS Important only to the extent a record fire loss in
he can take votes away from 'the United States. It. was a. year
one of he major candidates. in which hundreds of millions
This Jatter point is wnat of dol1ars worth of property,
makes Mr .. Wallace's bid much of it scarce, was needless-
ificant He claims to have 'In- ly destroyed. It ' was a year in
herited the mantle of Franklin which ten thousand or more'
R C?' o s.e'v e l.t - that people were burned to death.
claim IS vociferously denied in and other thousands
the Truman camp. Practically 'and crippled for life. It was a
every reporter thinks year of disaster fnr a of
that he will cut into Mr. Tru- Amelican 'families.
, man's vote, and thus be a very We cannot repair thp. failures
asset to the Republicans. of the past. We can, however,
, That IS the obivous deduction let the lessons of the nast (Uide
but . is another. side to it'. us in the That is tntp of
It IS 'possible that . what the fire as it is of almost all pro-
Democrats regan\ as the Wal- blems. The fire.;: "hich
lace menace will help in solid- such havoc in 1947 were not-
. ifying the party and lead to an save for a tiny proportion-
extra heavy Democr.atic turn- acts of God. The:v were, to the
out in November. Again, if Mr. contrary, the 'fruits of human'
Wallace shoots' the works in. and caretess-
denouncinR' Truman it The great: maiority nf
miR'ht R'ive the President sbme them beR'an from the simplest
th f " th causes-improperv maintained
e - enee" , "sympa. lidltin$! and eauipment;
. ' improper \ storar.e of fl:trri-
One novel is that mahles, thousrhtlessness with
the Wallace candidacy could be t h d' tt d
a definitive faCtor in the selec'- rna c es an es, an So
tion of the Republican , candi- on
Those
fires could have been
date. That theory, valid or fan- pfevented. easily. Instead. men
ciful as it may' be, runs like and women worked on the dan-
thi,s: Wallace will take a- R'erous theory that disaster
way votes from Mi'. couldn't come to them. But it
Truman to make' the key state's did. I '. ' , .
of New York and California W h t d f h
sa f e for th,e' Republlcans. e av.r, urne a . res
encountered, th Hauer Music
H 0 u s requested permission
from the Band Boosters to let
any . il)terested. party or
narttes take over the' mstrument '
mortgage. This' was not re-
:tI ' , '
:
,itl fo;;_
""u die ...... "., ........
J,UlUAllY
__ "- ... .... _- ._-
Uae The A1amaDIlC To
Check Weather .
now. the next twelve
Therefore, it is ' no long-er rtec- months that oage will be fittec1
essary to Dewey with 'a pew record of death
FRIENDS to carry New York, and the destruction unless we face the'
First Oily School . 9:30 a.m. palm should unQuestionablv Ito problem' '''ith rtft'P!"l"1ir1,ti 0T' t ,..
Meeting for Worship, to. Senatpr Taft, the leadin1( . improve it. It iis up - to all of ,
7:00 p.m.
7 :.30 P.m. Evening Services
, . But . Use - , '.
. ,CAZETIE OLASSIFIED
ADS'
To Buy, Sc?tl, Rent,
LoaD, .rrow, '
/my Time of The, Year
' us.. . ,
" " 1.0:30 a.m. , Comin( 'dow," 'to the cam-
, paign itself, Mr. Watace's do-
ECONOMIC HICRLIGHTS mestic program will be unadul-

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AN OPEN LE ."I'ER
' 2f EXPLAINT10N '
'rKOM THE 1.OCAL T-
BAND BOOSTERS' "
The Miami
Waynesvill .. Ohio
Thursday, January
Page 2
No.
:22, 1948
qui red by the c ntract b It a
nice g:e tur n th p:lrt f th'
Hauer Mu-ic House. H uer
Mu i' Hou ' had the to
take tl1 in trument ' .
A part or partie ' did take
ver f r m n t t m t "I' ...
ious rea n.
From th time th Band
13 oste rs tart ct, the cluh a -
cumulated by d n'ati ns, ent r-
tainm nt, ale. ffort - of the
students on ale of tickets, pic-
. ture frames and magazines and
meml ership in th club, th
sum of $1969.69.
Out f thi sum, cxpen e for
federal tax, printipg', equip-
ment, foods for lunch sales, in-
surance" instrument repair etc.
has been $399.88.
The Club ha purchased and
paid cash for nine instr.ument
at a cost of $425. 0 plus$77.66
needed by the BaniJ
Mothers to fini..:h theil- uniform
deal.
, The contract with the Haller
Music House was fbI' $2100.00.
On this, bill the club has paid
$.1000.00 nine trumpets of the
oriliinal purchase were traded
in at the flll price paid for them
.on a new sousaphone. On this '
the club had to pay an ad-
ditional $37.50 ",TIlch
the balance due to $1137.50.
The Club has a bank balance
of $67.15. This does not take
into account , the money de- '
MORE - , MORE - MORE
posited for uniforms which
m:ust remain' there for that pur-
pose.
B.,V this account it can be
$e,en, the donations are account-
ed for by the, $425.00 in instru-
trlents and $77.66 in uniforms,
not considerinR' the amount de-
posited in the Bank earmarked
fOJ! unifor:ms. This 'amount ,will
be made ,known on request. The
reason {or' not it 'at . th.s
writinr 'Is because it-, is' hot de-
finitely known, coni:.
plete settlement. The Mothers
Club donated $100.00 at the
start. This will be returned
them in the ' form
, I
Get Your TRUCk and '
,
81,JSINESS
ON.
" . of
STANFORD BOGEN
Morrow. Ohio .
, ,
Dr. T. P. GROSVENOR
Optometrist '
335 S. Main St. Phone 10
FRANKLIN, OHIO

II
Henry Wallace's" deCision to treated ' New Deal. This may'
head a third' party ticket next take some of the thunder, away
November was ha'rdly a bomb- from Mr. Truman, who is ex:-
shell. The former vice-president pected tq advocate pri,ce con-'
has . played with the idea , trol and such 'measures as mOTe
for a time ' and sending up public power deveopment. On
the cllstomarv' trial baloons. He foreign policy, Mr. Watlace"s
has been prodded by various announced line ha. tittle in
"Ieft of center" groups, and by' common with either Republican
those who take a much lenient or Democratic ideas. He wants
view of Russian poliCies anq in- to help Europe the
tentions than do the RepublIcan United Natians- ' and, more im-
and Demoratic leaders. What his portant, he wants to help any
, The Waynesville ' Band' Boos-
ters Club at th'e in-
",sistance, of ' the Direct0r
<>n March ,17. ' 1947. In M,:wof
1947 the Band I ,
ed a constitllti0n ,to make it a
hetter Jr-roul" tl>nl ,
the c1uh en! let accent a n(,ht.
thereby ,t"et: go a accllm-
alation of ' instruments whlr.h
1 he , Mask , Directnr
we shou1ri hayp. the
M. H.' KEELOR
. forma:1 announcement done and all countries whiCh need it,
is 1.0 open up a whole new chain those within tht! '
, ()f nolitical possibilities. Soviet. of influene-e. He
It remains to be seen what believes in ,cuttinR' down our
luck Mr. Wallace will have in armed forces, and he is .'
on the baltot in the foe of compulsory military
IOUS states. F.verv state has dif- issue in which he
ferent laws in this and is in 'with Senator
the. variations are extreme. In , Taft, but in' complete disa?:ree-
lrwa, . f()r instance, twO voters ment with Governor Dew..ey
can call a convention and place and the , President.
a candidate in contention. In . The Wallace win
M ass:tchusetts, by con t r a s t , be on his own
ah ut 50,oPO names are neede.d part and that of his support;.
tr rinR' the bell. The matter IS ers. His is passionate-
further complicated .by l!lws con- Iv convin'ced he is ,right. and
ce.rning Qarty affiliation and they will make a stir which is
ltl technicalities. Generally disporportionate to their num-
:,r n king the polidal air is not bers. This will add color, if
f:l ')fable to third parties. The else,. to what promises
. maJonty of members present
t6 form a hann v.;n ' -
h
thv ,C?f the , si7ie we
ave. .
. The Band 'Boosters entere f '
'mto a contract with the Hauer '
Music House '()f Davton hr the
purchase of these
The Boosters were to
ha,ve the m5truments immedia-
te.tv and were 1:0
e:tc;, with reason-
able. re2'ulantv to pav for them.
No mterest wa.s to be charl"f'rl
on the unpaid balance. cnn-
tract called for full ' pa yment at
the end of. a .2 month J"f'rlod
Y'itb the stipulation. that if the
mstruments 'Were not paid for
'1' ,
ACCOUNTING and, TAX SERVICE
, ,
Dilatuah Building - 'Broadway Lebanon, Ohio
TELEPHONE 511
Our aim is to be worthy ( yr Jur
, , friendship
STUBBS Funeral H..,,n;
TELEPHONE 1211, WAYNESVIIJ.. O.
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Page 3 The Miami Gazette ' launches it annuai campaign,
N 435 THE 1948 MARCH OF
Mitchell contribute memorabl..!
character parts. '
Waynesville. Ohi@ . ::! DIMES. THE TWIN THEA- ,
Thursday, 22, 1948 TRE wants to do its part in In the management
has some DE$E-and-DON' TS
for the pictur .l{oin, public. matel y $ t 16.00 in sales tax
stamps ,to be redeemed. These
stamps were Gounted but the
Band Boosters did not have
tim.e 'to send them in for re-
demption. .
Therefore, the money paid
to Hauer Music House, was from
entertainments sales, etc . at
which the public that oarticipa!-
ed received ful1 value for their
money. ' The workers the
Band 'Boosters and the; children
Df the chool sweat thiS money
out, ,', h t- '
The Band Boosters \VIS 0
thank everyone for their efforts
and support and a job done
as far as we were permitted to

TWIN LENSES
FOxybAOLLY
Interviewed Bob O'Re,g-all,
owner of the TWIN THEA-
TRE yesterday pro-
gress of the 'Sunday .Matinee
petition. He reports aUlte a r:-
sponse of "ayes" only two JI1
the but not all
ties heard trom .. He'lt aJ?P,re-
date your exp,ressJOn of opmlon
in the next week, eithe" in per-
son or by letter to the
or to the office of the MIamI
Gazette. Do you remember a
week when a short, TH E
/1 MAN, was shown on
t'- TWIN screen? Offer of
C' c:; 0 for any question sent in
, . , patrons and accepted by
THE ANSWER MAN? Mrs.
,Frances G. Andrews of Ore-
.. Ohio ha's submitted three
( 1,estif"ns that s,houl9 make ex-
rettent visual material. , Tll f>
have' been to HoI!),-
wood. 'We"'re all YOll,
M I'S. .. . , .. 1.:_,
: nA"RK (UI) is
up a two ,day run at
thp TW'N THEATRE to
''''e hope thos,e of you who s'a v
it were as absorbed as we were
in viewimr-dbis tension- filled
drama. Still time to view it.. '
Friday alld Saturday hnn,Q's
Roy Ro,e-ers and his horse
ir. MY .PAL TRIGC.FP
{REP.} Roy pix
'needs nn lloost from 'me, so 111-
stead of this t
nicture, I'm to tell ynll
that , human storv I
mentioned last week. As Y!'lI
know, alan,go
other stars, many hnurs
durint the wa'r years for enter-
tainment of , the soldiers: On
trip East he brouKht hiS own
'rodeo to one of the Army's
ts anc1
, up' or an 0
the Pnst. With ,him, of. course,
vas Trig-Ker .Now this was fine
'for the boys whose wounds al-
lowed them to walk re-
in the fine summel"
N0t so for the hed-
hO\fs, ' R(i}V Oid his hest
10 cover this thrn
tt'C' I"" ,. '<; hi m", .. 1r,
chattin!" wit,h tl,e men. But
there "'as nl' P lad fresh ,back
frnm the AtltHe of the '
nil up in traction. could-
n't move an inch. who w,anted
to see - not , Roy - hut
Seemed to think he'd ,!"et well '
' if he could iust stroke
nose. Roy was on the Post ,
tWQ ,days ' and ' this situati0n
' mu'St ba wor,ried him a Int.
for, at the last minHte. as the
outdoor p'rops for. the
were bein,,!, down !1, f'
show was
my astonishment ' (\t c m"''''
out of my office in th m" i"
corridor of the hospital :1n(' r " t "
a horse stenpin,lt1i{Yht1, int ,
the elevatdr. Yes, """nt
up to the ward, . to heIr, hf',"
from overseas !!et wen! ,T- " I .
wa v Rn" - - and
- - are. ' .
nn the nnd 1", , 1, 1
nf Pov P(,fYer'o;; run (thp ' _!fh)
:In,d pmnin'!' thru the 30th. the
FOI INnA T1()",
FOR INFANTILE PARALYSIS
this worthy calise, and both
Mrs. Chapman and Mr. James
local Scout Leader ' , have prom-
ised full ' cooperation from the
Boy and Girl Sc uts of WaYlJes-
' ville. When you meet these
formed eilil saries of ' good
health at the TWIN THEATRE
from the 24th to fhe 30th, ,I{ive
freely - - as freely a' you can.
Your contribution will be for-
warded,
When you how up on Sun,-
cay and Monday, and watch the
story of ' a girl who wall ted .to
live' the past year over a,gam,
we hope no one has
the surprise of REPEAT
PERFORMANCe (EL) to you.
We want to cooperate, too, and
so are to bank out on d ,
preview for you. except to say
that Joan Leslie and Louis Hay-
ward star in this unusual plot.
HOUSE HUNTING M ICE
(WiB) is a color
cartoon, and - - - SCOOP - - -
WB NEWS should contain the
Rosebowl Game and Parade of
Roses, in technicolor for the
first time. At least, that's what
the been pro-,
mised.
Presented ,.0n Wednesday and
Thursday- is THE ROMANCE'
OF ROSY RIDGE (MGM).
popular Van
and comely Janet Leigh thiS
picture fro'm MacK,nlay Kan-
tor's story of ,the 0-
zarks i-:nmediately !he
Civil War ' is a heart-warm,ln'
opus good for all to' see. Don'.t
ima,ine it's lackinp-. in action.
Fst folk dancmx, and a
,un duel step up the
pulse of this very pic-
ture. Guy and Thol!1as
BW'c!!'.IU':;'C!!
-In apprQ,ch
to Oval'Rate
Nations Ap-
pe@l fOl' ,
Lem'oot; cnlef <'(
U. S. Chjldren's B"uellLl.
conCel's with Willlam.L.
Butt. (ce,dtel')
of' SKF IndUstries.
and \ W. Lee' Marshall. ,
chairman o( Continental
Baking Co., who wUl
screen and allocate
funds from $80,000,000
drive for foreign ,
,DON' T kick heels
the seats and ,g'uffaw loudly
Ii hen a, break in the
film. Breaks are bound to occur
from time to time, and any
undue noise transmits itself to
the pro'jection room, causin,g-
delay in correctin,. he
fault. Remember, the prolect-
ionist Sam Huffman is as anx-
ious as you, or mor-esv, to '
on with the show.
DON'T ask to enrer the thea-
tre to find yow' litle, brother
and, when you find J1im, stand
in the aisle on a
discussion as to whether
or' nof he'll leave: The manage-
ment requests that, in return for
the fav'Or of vou a
"se'arch warrant", you and your
little (sister.
father. , grandma, ,etc., etc.) re-
pair to the foyer b,y the box
office to settle all ar'Uments.
. See you next week. '
"JANE EYRE". DP8tL
FAVORITE STORY
TUESDAY, JAN. 27
A second of the famous
Bronte sisters \\ ill be' repre-
sented on the Davton
and Companv's FaVOrite
Story pro,g'ram, Tuesday, Jan-
uary 27, at 9 :30 p. 111. over
WHIO. .t'
Charlotte' Bronte's exci
novel "Jane Eyre" cbo,sen by
Broadway "roducer Brock Pem-
berton as his hest-1oved work
of literature - will oe hroac1-:
casLat this time. Earlier in the
series "Wuthering Heig-,hts" hy
Emily Bronte was presented .
Ronald Colman will be heard
in his a,ccustomed rote as host
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QUEEN al'e 14. and
Al-via 11. folJo\"ing thClf crownang 1n The .klng s
measured 20 inches and the queen s bubble 191,2
in diame'ter_ Charles won a motor scooter., .alld C81'mel
w(l\'th <"loth"'l::>.
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Columbia Record!n!:: 24
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and narrator. A cast of radio
and screen players will
the novel's memorable charac-
ters.
Vitla,g'e, Tuscarawas County;
' and Moundbuitders State Mem-
orial;
MANY ,VISITORS
ATIRACTED TO
HISTORIC SITES,
Philip Hailman and David
Furnas left by motor Monday
',vith Florida as an ob-
iective.,' , '
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Histork sites in Ohio, ad-
ministered by the State H is-
torica SoCiety, attracted 1,-
246,692 visitors 1947
accbrdin, to Erwin .C:, Zep,?,
Director of the SocIety. ThiS
number with the 103 110 peo,-
pie Who visited the
tets of the Society, the OhIO
State Museum in Columbus,
the total to 1,349,802. HOURs:
One way in which Ohio and
some of its history is known
in different parts of the world,
is the services 'iven. to
from other
The register at Campus MartlUs
Museum, Marietta, for this year
contaips the of visitors t "
- rrOm 'Peru, -Mexico,
the West Indies, Canada, Hol-
9:"12 each morniDa
1-6 afternoon. except
WefJnesday
7-9 Saturday eveniD. !
Other eveniD" by
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Scotland,' Canal Zone, IndIa"
Australia, Turkey, South Africa,
TELEPHqNE 62-8 , ,
China 'and Hawaii.
State Memorials r a'n kin
hi,hest in attendance
the 52 administered by the Soc-
iety are Fort Ancient, Warren
County; McKinley,Tomb, Can-
, ton; 'Clark State M.,emorial,
Clark County; Serpent Mound,
Adams , County; Schoenbrunn
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TURNER'S lEAVE.
FOR ARIZONA
---"Mr. and Mrs. Wade' Turner
and sons have sold their home
n Maimi Str et and have left
fo r Phoenix, Arizona wh .re they
exp ct to resid. Mr. Turner
re igned hi pesition as teacher'
in th local Hi,p:h School.
Mr. and Mr. Gilbert Fry
and ons entertained t 1inner
on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John
ettl myre and childr n. Bill
and Nancy of n ar Lebanon . .
Misses Jean and Jan
'sock ent rtained tll
Discu sian Group on unda y
evening. Dainty ref r shm I1t-
were served followrng th e meet-
inK
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Stout and
dau,g-hter were Saturday even-
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Waltz in Dayton. .
Mr. Frank Holmes of
bu is spendin,e: a few days with
Mr. r.ld Mrs. Loyd Davis.
Mr. and, Mrs. J. H . . Sackett
entertained to dinner ' on SUI)-
da y their son Mr.
Wade Turner and family who
are to make their home
in PhoenLx. ArizQna. Their
were Mr. and Mrs. Wade.
Turner and sons., Wade , and
Kent," Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Shaw. Miss Jean ' Wilson and
Mr. J Ohn P. Sackett.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Thomas
and of Lytle, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M: Earnhart and famil
of Beavertown, Mr. and
John Robey of Dayton were
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Thomas. Mrs. Ed Rambv
and daug-hter. Linda Lee,
Mr. William ,Ricke.y also were
afternoon
A.H. Earnhart ioined a
of ladies from Lebanon
on Friday afternoon and
at a' tea 2'iven bv
the home and community com-.
'mittees of the' Greene County
Farm Bureau at the Geyer Res-
taurant in Xenia. a
very fine tea was ser-
ved wit,h Mrs.- Roscoe Turner '
and Mrs." A. E. Drake of Xenia
pre at the tea table.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Braddock "
entertained , to .Sunda'y dinner ,
honoring- the birthday anniver-
saries of little Pamela Daley, '
and Romona Braddock, Mrs.
Frect BraddOCK and Mrs. Ber-
nC). rd Daley. Those who enjoyed
the day were Mr. and
Mr Berna:rd Dalev and daue:h-
ter,Mr .. and Mrs. \iVarren Br;ad-
dqck, Mrs: Wilhelmina Under-
wood, Mr. and MrS. Raymond
Braddock and children, the ho t.
hol::tess and children.
, Miss Lola Sears has rehun.ed
t Phoenix, Arizona, after'
-pendin.e: a few w )ks \1 '_ r,,:> w.it h
relative ,
. J./.ome
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Mrs: R4t h Pid,g-on and littl
. dau,ght r ,Rachel called on Dr.
and Mrs. F. B. Gree:
afternoon.
***
Mrs. GeOr?;ianlla Ivins who
has been Quite ill for several
weeks was taken to the Snyder
Rest Home ' in Lebanon on fri-
day .
. Mr. Paul J ohns of the; Uni-
ver it y of Cincinnati p nt tb
week- nd with . hi grand-
m ther, Mr . Mar.{!':a ret JO.hns.
- '
Mr. ... . . H. Burnett \vas the
honor .l!,'l! t at a famil y dinn r
bratin. hi - 80th birthday:;
Tff'ur da 'y ning, at the h )111
of Mr . . and Mr . Calvin Long-
acre. th ' r Kllcst w r, Mr.
and Mrs. Hus 11 BLII;nett of
Ridgcvill ", Mrs. Mildred urfa c.;
and Mr. and Mr '. knn U ik
and sun, of l. eban' ln, Mr. ilnd
Mr . R bert Gum ott of Cc pk r -
vil1t! and Mr. and Mr . Harp;
Burnett. I
'Mr. and Mrs. Le li e Gra y,
Bobby and Wilma attend ' d
the funeral of Mr!l. Netti Gray,
widow f L onard Gray, fo'r-
mer Lytle r,esidents, .'at the
McClur Funeral I {.'me in
Waynesville, Tue day after-
noon, and the burial at Miami
Cemeter y. Mrs. Gray had made
,her h me with 'her son-in-law
and Mr. and Mr .
Martin Dolan at National Park.
New J rsey, where she pa se i
away n Wedne day Jan. 14.
DAYTON HOSPITAL
INCREASES PAY
FOR NURSS.
A $30 increase j n monthl 'y
pa y has be n made po sible f r
nu rSeS at Miami Valky hO' J it.-
al. Oa ton, hi(, ac to
an announcement by Dr. Harry
Wain, medical direct r of tht,'
hospital. Genera.l staff nm e ,
f rm rly paid $185 per month,
l uw , .. ill receive $2 ISner
month, he said, ad that
ther p onnel at tht; h ' I"itnl
al 0 will re iv salar in 'rea '-
. e .
. "The $3 increase applies
to full-time rotating: nurse I"
. Dr. Wain pointed out. ' :In view
f the present exis'tinR' need for
,trained . full-time nurs'es, the
Miami Valley hospital' had tri ed
make their pay rai:se sp c-
tall y attractive. The countr y
reatizes more than ev'r toda'y
, )
The Miami Gazette ' Page 4
Wa 'ne vill e. Ohio NI), 4 15
. Thursday, Janua r ' 2 2 , 191
the 'valuabk crvi Ce perf rmect
by w 111 ' n, '
Studnt nu 's ' wit1 be !lgib1c.
for thi or uth ' I' s a
they c mpl t thei r tr ai ninR: at
the 'M iami Vall' y hospital
h ul of nul' inR:.
Ohi' - total L/ -H c1ub'nrolt-
, ment in 1947 wa ' 55,578 boy
and girl -, a ,l!:aln f 4,512 from
1946. tate c1ul leader W. H.
Palmer hdi 'ves man y thou-
antt of rural outh mi 's the
benefit - f -H duh' w rk b'-
cau - a I( l ' f c(l llll1l uni U .lack
a local leader \vho wiU a r,g-anize
the cubs an t supervise their
w rk. County ex tension
can ',p:ive infnrmation ab(l ut dull'
. leadership.
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The thinis of PI' per--
ity (},re to be wii:::"ICLi : liut the
things that b lon,g' to ad,-
versit y are to be! admir cr.
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Page 5, The Mianii Gazette
Wayne viII , Ohio I No.
Thllr ,del ', ,2_. 1' C)48
igned the central part (If the
country. Tha'nks aRain:
I realize I should ,have ex-
movin,g- t o a new l ocati on if it all taks and ha: Q "L' tn
i not at that is ued to prove it. '
another ham in that l oulti 0n. I \VA ' : (n " wll htl (,,)SL t o
could ask for W2ZCV or prove a, 0 with al l c ntill-
KH)7, V in Hawaii :tnd " 0 11 ents.
\Va ri .l.:ht after ili!. l 'c" lr! I t; 1, '.
Con 1 \\'( rk I )ick, I L ' .. ..;
r i n,l:' \' 111 a k ; !l ,t.:' i ,"" l' ( 'j 111:
:lI1d .r ':t :i t i ' ;t ' ( 1 () i1Pj ,t
11CI()w, .
N n\\', th' t ' I l 1111>1 \ , ' l ' .
'plained the m ,.o f t he
term' used by th amateur nl -
dio operat or in the operat ion of
their tations. We u e a ' y t ' l11
of "radio shorthand' l ) - xl"'c-
tiite delivery of mes s i 11
short a time a po - ' bl .
d ' t end upon tll Ii. tri t in Dpnald hramm, hi fa. l h ' r
wpich th'e lati n is I, Lale I. and maU, r Mr. H, C. ch ramm
---ut Portlan roy , e . mil e-
th r term in, ,t?: neral u C' Wednesda, Jan. I . till' lI g: h
whi-lk-= wert' ( " il Hll ' 'i .. ll , ;1\1 r
CI 1111 , 'k, (Ldcrres),
\ Va lP ' ill' , rlil \'
hom on t il e 21 -l. I \ II
bea l vVayne ' vilk r 'fpr I 111
l ook \.\ hat h:q f 'n ' d l l' B, .r:.., I ,
( 11 th!.! t th all 1 th" l1 .. al u'
h fore.
ar bri fy 'expl aine 1. 3 .! inch - f _n \ and a 7
: onl a t hct\ e n t\\' () below temperatur to talk l(
or more st ation . their hrother ' 011 in 13 rlin
QRA. ' the l ocati n. Germany. A nic (J. ( PI' 2
QTH: the h m ( wn in ham h ur r suit d and th . 11 a 1.1
. radio. di nner at my hom, n i
for ,a few defin iti 11 . ,
Frida'y ni g-ht, January 1 G First, 'a HAM stati on i not
Wayn svill& scrapped n ' th a btl ine s. No mon y is madl.:
by HARTSOCK
lJ \ I X S ',0 re Harveysbulg fl r, and after:l in amat lI r radio., it' s a hnbb\ .
l ose Hr t half; ah ad t ' just as l etter writin.1! i yc ur
win 51-30. ' (We even pLayed ' hobby, WTY. The F. .. : d - @SA
.. followedba.numb r in,g- part the makin,Q' of ;1
recording: n the nc\ ' \\' \ 1'1; re-
i t e readability' f the tation cordinR, machi ne nf \ HZ J V.
Waynesvi ll e pt ", 13. , n, ,pl :"
l{ick) 1 I Hahm 15
nly four men in part of the' l ast fines an amateur opera-
quart er ) . .... mall wood scored 11 tor as: .t ' A dul y auth( nze j per-
pints wl'iil e Tinney who tarted son intrested in r,Ldio t chniqu'
,received. ' The wire wa take\l, ha k h) 13 ra II I 1 () I M,il l I' ' , S
S or R: the siRnal stren,gth Indiana t o I pl ay' I.i in ralii( . Sa it ' 'McKinzi' -t
arne in with 9. in a purel y sc i, ntifi c a 1d r I.r - as received, the I udnes . hop at I ortland. '
H art -II k (i Li 11 e y -t
The re erves ea ' ily tumhled sonal roint of vi ew and with- XTAL: means a crystal COI1- 73 ( KO d III k ) > (and) I)hn ' k 1 Andr w' )
ver Harvey burg',' 4'6-18. out PECUNIARY (1 . 1 k th:1 t roll e I transmission, very BeN U (I e ' in, " YOu), Ludingtlll1 1 Nc I v
, ' word up WTY) in ter " t. " ,1-\.4ios stabl e. M \l am I ' m not ;L11;1n1 1' I.i '
Bernarj () Youn ,l!' 2
ft ptS' power is limited to 100 watt:
1.hompson .. -1 8 mput. , "
ECO: A stati on with facili- f it' Waller G. BlIrpine,
ti es for frequency of
the' transmission within an \
portion of the barid at will. .
't )ta I jR T t al

'Impson 4 0 '
:rinney 3 39Th NAC is defined hy th
re 1 ( )uart ' I" :
1 2 2
malwo cI 4 3 11 International Amateur Radi
Dakin 2 2 6 Union: "Amateur radio call in
, CQ: the caU to an y
amateur to let him know you
W. 7 I =) J () ....
Hastings 2 0 4 a given country mll t con, i t of
want a QSO.
Fl renee 3 8 a prefix of one or two letters,
- -- in accordance with their Inter-
CW: A., station using Tele-
Total ,
.'
2 0 1 1 ' 51 national Alphabet ical Distriho-
tion, foll ow d by a p. :'lmeral and
graphic
Traffic: the handlin,e: nt mes-
sa#?;es to any portion of the
world without cost' to any per-
son except the amateur's OJD-
expenses. If an
charges for such service he ma
HARVEYSBURG
Fairchild
f g ft pts bne or more additional l etter
2 1 5 'i. e., W8ZCV describes a.n ama-
o 1 1 teur residin,!!, in the 8th dis-
5 3 1 t,rict of the, U. S. A. (W) ani
Doster
Irvin
Moore 1 0 2 . zev is the additional alphahet -
Cl,rk
Wilson
1 0 2 ical letter QY the F. C.
1 . 2 -1 _ C. W8ZCV may be used be me
1 0 2 while in the 8th dL trict
o 1 1 or, while 'operating Dortabl e in
loose his liCense.
QSL: the card , of acknow-
l edgement from a station con- Mason
Reynolds
Totals
- - - any other district by si,g-nin,!!,
11 8 30 . pW8ZCV portable 6 in Ca1ifor-
,nia. The ZCV maybe had when
tacted, Proof of QSO.
, FCC: the Federal Communi-
cation Commission.
WAYNESVILLE
Mehaffie
Smallwood
Peters
Powell
Lackey
Lukens
Graham
Earnhart
Florence '
"
Total
#
-IiARVEYSJlURG
, Clark
WlIIiams
Grant
HiidebricK-
Mason
Doster
Hesler
f ,!!, ft pts
011
o 1 1
215
4 1, 9 '
408
1 2 ', 4
419
1 1 3
2 , 2 6
...-. - '-
, ,
' 0 46 ,
ft ft pta ,
1 1 3
0 1 1
0 2 2
0 1 1
1 3 5
1 3 5
1 0 -2
---
Total " 4 11 18
Our "comingoner" team beat
Spring Valley Thursdav with a
score Of 35-33. Jordan and
, Ricke y paced the attack with ,10
points apiece.
NAC de W8ZCV
by G. Burdine
. Thanks to annoy-mus WTY'
for the bouquet. I'm all puffed
up to think you though I hail
ough braitls-? to figure out
,all the NAC nomenciature of
amateur radio when the heads
from 2'2 countrIes ,met in
Atlantic City for the purpose of
appr piate nU,mbers
,and l etters to arQund to all
the il rriateur radio operators in
, t,he remote corners of the globe ,
and to promulgate rej!'ulations '
t o .c:o-vern operation Qf amateur
radio t ati ons in the world. One
new district assi ,!!,ned the
U. S, A . a "O ("Ir zero was as-
'. WAS: one who has talked t
_ ..... _.. , toa
- -"",' _,I
THE AMETHYST
Wl7NfJtIT 7I.ESCON$, ANCIENT
EGYPTltANSM/fPNDTHESTARS
t4CCURATEI.Y, DEDllCING HU- "
-,. .... wDESTINY FR()M THE ZO-
Dlt4CAJ. SIGNS. $YMIIIJUzED
J.ATER" BYJEWEJ.S- OUR
BIRTHS'RJNES.
I"8A4RYS 81RTHSTONE, 7HE
IiD&E AMTHYST,"OFIMLES7
W()1. T 70 DEEPE$T PURPJ., RE-
PRESNTS CHRlsrt SACRIFICE. Ii
ADORNS BlSHOPS'RINCS AND
C.rJilMDNIAL G061.1iTS: f '
FEBRUARY INCLUDE MANY O/lCAN-
.J __ ... WRI!'RS. POl.lTlCltANS.
T-H -AME7HYST. A TRtll Y
ROYAL GEM,FEATUR.ED(N
NGLAND!r' CORONATIt(JN
SERVICE, WASF,tfVOREDBY
CATHERINE THECREATAND QUHN
CHARLO'TTE.
.'CCORDIN(;1VANCINT rRA-
:'VTr(;w. ,THE CON-
UP(.)", ITS WEARER
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by Betty ThOm3a
WAYNESVILLE-B. & B.
INDEPENDENT LEAGUE
On Jan. 13 Waynesvil1 111 t
the B. & B. The home-
team won over them by 3' point
Waynesvi1le- sta ved hehind un-
til the half and then they ' rush-
ed" the B. & B.
On Waynesville' s h 0 a r d
Rickey marked up 11.
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While our immediate con-
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every fertillaer bearina the
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il always made up to higheat
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a price.
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he 'Miami Fertilizer
o;"n IN DAnON, OHIO
PACTORV IN TIIE.IIN, OHIQ
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uN. 2S , 'MON. 26 WED. 28 THUS. 29

wtn
THEATRE,
WAYNESVDJ..E, OHIO
January 1948,
'FRI. 23 SAT. 24
storY ,' (lf a 1\ I :\ t" L'
guy who ' uwn l1 im, tops ,in
lIut-d(.!or entertainment.
. My
StarrinK Roy Rosera, Tri.ger, ,Dale
EVIlDI. "Gabby" Hayea. '
Added: Cartnon and Comed ...
Fl ease don't tell your, friends the sur- A lI omt: -spun sto.l'Y J1 .l!",e,'cd for the
11rist! endinj:!' to the tale of the ,g-irl who f amil v, Mu i (mel lifl f ll lllll i til
wank,d to live the past year over a,!!'ain. ':;lark ' ,
,Repeat, Performance
w'i th Joan l.ealie. Louis Hayward, Vir-
.iaia rae"" Tom Conw87.
,
Plus: C:olor c'a rtonn and

THE WOMAN'S SOCIETY
OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE
APPOIN"fS NEW OFFICERS
FOR THE COMING YEAR
Mrs. J. J .. Burske opened her
home to the W man's Socety of
Service on Thur day
afternoon Jan. 15th. In spite. of
the v ry cold weather a
:ttt 'ndance to enjoy
the afternoon.
The President; Mr. Carlton
,Cook' presided over the business
meetio" and announced the fol-
lowing <;>fficers for the
year. ,
President, Mrs. Car Ito n
Cook; Vice-President, Mrs. J. J.
Burske; Rec. Sec'y, Mrs. M. D.,
Baird; Correspondence Secre-
tary, ,Mrs. Ray Miller; ,Treasur'"
er. Mrs. A. H. ,Stubbs; Sec'y of
Education, M'rs.R. C. ' Moler,
of Social Relations, Mrs.
Monis Fulkerson; Sec:v of Spirit
Life. Mrs. Rufus Watkins; Sec'y
of Literature and Publicity, Mrs.
George Henderson; Sec'y of
Supplies, Mrs. Alva Thompson,
Assistant, Mrs. Pearl Whitaker;
Sec'y of Child Work, Mrs.
' Walter ' Whitaker; . Sec'y of
Ed, Mrs. Olive ward-
low; Status of Women, MTs.
R . . R Coleman; Leader Cincle
One, Mrs. Alva
Leader Circle Two, Mrs. R. C.
Moler; Leader Circle Three,
Mrs. Cora Rich; leader Circle
four, Mrs, Clarence Edwards.
Mrs. Walter Whitaker "ave
a very fine report on tbe re-
organization of the .GhiTaren's
,Society of Christian Service.
It .will be of to all
church women to attend an all
day of the' Council of
OlUrch Women .to' be held at
the Friends Church on the
World day of Prayer Feb. 13th.
wil'l be opened at 10:00
A. M. Excellent speakers are
promised for both mQrnin,lr and
afternoon sessions Dinner , win
be served at 12.' sand-
wiches and covered dish.
The program for the after-
noon was in charg:e of Mrs. R.
B. Coleman. Mrs. Goldie Bor-
den the devotions subject ,
"Thy power.'.'
read a very, beautiful poem en-
titled "A poem for , the New
Year." The 'program was a very
and. one
us of the endless pos-
sibilities and liabilities which we
can create as ' a society. The
February ' meeting' will ' be held
at the home of Mrs. Alvin Earn-
hart Delicious' refreshments
were served by the hostess Mrs,'
Burske and . her asistants, Mrs.
Clarence Rye, Mrs. Emerson
Earnhart, Mrs. Stanley Bailey,
and Mrs. Ralph Asbury.
FRIENDSHIP CLUB
MEETS WItH MRS.
WALTER WHITAKER
The Friendship Club , held
their January at the
home , of Mrs. ' Walte'r' Whitaker
on Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. J. B. Rich and Mrs. Jennie
Conner . as assistant hostesses.
Mrs. R. C. Moler the ,de-
votions for the afternoon and
was .in charge of the
Vocal 'solos by Mrs. Don Gahris
and contests ' made a very en-
program after which
a ' social nour was enloy..ed.
Dainty re,freshments were ':'Ser-
ved by the hostess and her
asststan-is' to thirty one mem-
For an eDerlT pict.Po ,uick and nutritious. HrYe thia escelleat prune
eake with .uc- of , aiIk. ' , '
Hot breads are an appetizing . Invitation. to "eome and 'cet it'd'
when winter ltorm. are blowing outai4e. Thil goo
supplies of dried fruita make them a tood item to team with enriched
lIour's thrifty protein, iron and B-vitamins for nourishinr.
eoffee eak... ' ,
A. versatile bread, indeed, is this prune coffee cake with ita attrac-
tive crumble Serve it for breakfast, of CQURe - but allO tor
luncheon with a Lenten .. lad plate of diced fruita and cheeee, and
when friends drop in for i'a snaek" ,.. '
If fooo' dip your scilsors in before cuttina- the prunes, the
fruit wIn be less likely to stick to the blades. You wU. also find it
cood , idea' to" "dust" chopped fnait with t)f the sifted dry
ingredients keep t'he fruit from
, COli'FEE eAKE
' z packages ycast. I cup choPJ!ed coolted pIllnc.
or dlY Ilanllla, lYJ sifted earichecl flour
I cup lukewarm waftl 'ToPPING
II. cup melted 'I. cup browa SUiar
'Iz cup 'lilt" ' Y. cup suaaJ
21j2 re.npnoos salt r.up tnrichecl flour I .
I tc"spoon dn,umon V. (UP marllrine"or butter
} ':.IU!S, beaten 'I. s.lt '
SO!t'!ll y.'ast 'in 1,4 cup lukewarm
watcJ'. To remaining water add
shortening, sugar, salt. and einna
mono Cool to Jukewarm. Add two
cups flour. Mix we)). Add eggs
and 90ftened yeast. Beat thor-
OllghJy. Add prunes and mix well.
Add remaining flour. Mix wen.
Pour into grease,l L. wI, cOVf.or and
!i: ' In .arm I flO t)t:grp.,s
'" ,- !:.o.r ... F.) until and
,.
puffy (about two Stir
down and pour into pans
ninc inehcs in diameter. Sprankle
with topping miacture mllde by
mixing sugars, salt! and .flour ana
('utt.ing in marganne 'or 'b",tter. I
Let rise until doubled (about two .
hours). Bake in 'moderate o,(en
(350 degrees F.) about 30 minutes
'Yield. Two '-eotree eakes, nine
inches in diameter.
bers and guests who ' Mr. ,
and Mrs: Don Gahris and
daughter, ' Mrs. O. 8. Marlatt'
and Mrs. William Bernard.
The club adjourned to meet
with ' M{s. R. B. Coleman for
February. - '
Miss Jane Fite were Saturday
of Mr. Thompson - ister,
Mrs. Rebecca Tracy at he,r
hom in ,Court
House.
Prof. Freshcorn. .supL of
Massie Twp. School was ,
NEW CENTURY CI..UB ill Monday" suffering an attack
AT HARTSOCK HOME of, in,f1uenza.
Mrs. Ross H. Hartsock 'will Mrs. Edna Compton 8Q,gen
be hostess to the New Century musl'c J'nstructor for the local
Club on Friday3.f1ternoop at
her home, Mrs. Evelyn Peter_school has returned to her du-
son, Mrs. J. B. Cr.abbe and Mrs. ' ties followin'g a fe\v days ill-
E. L. Thomas will be in char,g-e ness. ,
of the program. '
ENGAGEMENT IS
ANNOUNCED OF
SPRING
to ail .. announce-
ment made this week by Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Zimmerman of Leb-
anon, ' their Marjorie,
a nurse at st. Elizabeth hospital
in Dayton, is to wed
Mr. and Mrs. James Park and
of Mt. Auburn, were
Sunday , house "uests of Mrs.
Park's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
S. Tucker.
Mr. Cbarles Wetzel ' of New'
Vienna was a g:uest Monday of
his parents. 'Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Wetzel. ,
Mr. Seth Furn.as, Jr., son of Funeral services were held
Mr. .Mrs. Seth Furnas. The . Wednesday in the Veterans
IS. planned t.o take place ' Chapel at Dayton for Mr. At-
m the sprang. bert Schaeffer 58 who died at
the Veter'ans 'Hospital Sunday
January 11 tho Mr. Schaeffer, re-
sided i'n the former Rader re-
sidence on Main St. Amon.tr
vivors the widow and twp
,MISS HAJU,.AN WlNIS
SLOGAN CONTES1r,Al "
VIRGINIA COllEGE
Miss Margaret' HarJan,
at Intermont College,
was named the winner in a
Jogan contest hetd at ,the in-
stitution, in behalf of the Friemi-
ship Train that recently made its ,
stop in Bristol, Va., tlhe locatiol}
of the 'The con-
test was amoll1R' the
dents of the and wa:s
selected at a din-
ner R'iven for the student body.
The local radio station located ,
in Bristol were the sponsors of
the affair.
, SOns at home.
Miss Joan Beckett youn,t!'est
dauR'hter of Mr. and Mrs. Ren
Beckett is 'confined to her '
home, to , i1lness, ' and
unab1e to attend school.
Mr. and "Mrs. Todd Bunce of
Waynesville' were in the
Monday afternoon vii tin J!:
friends and relatives.
-
Mr. and Mrs. Barkley I. Hill
'vere Galled to Amaritta" f exas,
Sunday to the de,ath of
Mrs. Hill's aunt, M Randall
of that city. !'
The Wne to reduce the nrim
ber of acciden Ohio fa s
is before they, R'a
of having- -all of the
family point out safety hazard
to ' be corrected is more fun
than a family council of 'ways
ta recover . fnom loss calise d hy
.' .
Call ' ,
C:' E. MIcHENER '
Phone 2926
'AMBUlAl&f ,
. PHONE
The Miami Gazette Page 6
Wayne'sville, Ohio No. 4352
Thursqay, Januar.y 1948
soft. Nitrogen ap.plied before
R'i'ass starts ,earlier pas-
ture.
Annollncement
I am happy to ann LInce
that on ,
Jan. . 31 '
I will open office in
. Waynesville .for the p.rac-
tice ,0f
" ,OPTOMETRY
on ' M'ain st. across from
the Post Office.
Office hours will be as
follows:
TUE. 6':30--9 P. M.
.J
WED. 8 A. M.-NOON
SAT. 6:30-9 P. M. J
Appointment not absol-
itly necessary, but may be .
obtained by Frank
lin 10, the
charR'es.
, . '
Dr. T. P. Grosvenor
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us. GAgna CU88JFIBD
2111
. OUR INTENTION IS TO
, ' . ' friendlv rela-,
hons With those who' permit us
to , serve them, and to' deserve
,the will of tho'se who look
to us when hereavement lays its
heavy upon them. .
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. The I(lmmunitv C1uh
its monthlv Wednes- .
day Prnf. Ravm(ll1 Hflt-
field, county (If 11
County SGf1ools ' wa', tIll" !l'lle
r
t
neaker. Mr. ,C1vde I.evie",
Prof. H. C. and Mr.
Tucker were the hosts.
Mr. . and MrS. - A
. tin, Mr. Charles Tho
Mc,C', 1 liRE
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Page 7 The Miami Gazette
Wa ne vill e, Ohio Nn. ,' ' s-:-
Thursda v, January 2 :2 194 H
Two ,Tons of 'Pork From One Red Sow, = - .- - - - - - - - - -

Under OhlO
Pm(Ielfl-}(11fI111t1
, S(i/ "I . .Arllllllill
Shall America Follow?
Among all the postwar nations, no
countries have so quickly restored
their productivity without damage
,to stand'ards of 'living as Can-
ada and the United States. These
two coUntries have restored produc-
tivity to tbe' 1940-41 level, and in
many industries ha ve surpassed.
this level. It is no coincidence that a ,
recept New York Times 22-nation
survey showed that except in Can- "
ada and the United States; the trend
is toward, government
of industry. "
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As TOLD BY 711: CO('JSE12VATION DIVISION
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1iICeE AR/i SOME
HU6E QEER. IN bHIO
I
LARGESr
ACrUALLY
DlJRING
THE "+1 OPEN
SEASON WAS
POUNDS J./VE WEI6J4To
, rWO aUel<5 REACH-
ED T"/S LARGE ,SIZE
USUALLY -A !200
POIJND &JCI( IS
, COIVSIDEREO 816
INCOMPLETE
ReTUR.NS
SNOW '
7UAT "
AT LIiAST
SF:VEl'I,
DEeR.
WEAS
Countries that are exchanging
their freedoms for government con-
trols are not m,aking good postwar
records. In general, they are the,
countries that are crying the loudest
for help from outside. Those nations
desire to turn everything' over
to the government tor complete con
trql managemen,t are the very
, countries that are .Upping back
ward. Still, the trend is in that , very
government man
1he highest officia1180day reC!?rded-
4 270 pounds-this 17-pig Duroc ' Utter ralsed by DaVid Mtller of
Ligonier, Ina., topped more than 960, entr.ies irl the 1947 National pU,roc
Ton Litter contest sponsored by the Um,ted
Eighteen different states, from to, Washl,n'gtonl
represented among, this year's quallfymg htters With Indiana ,tummg
in the tOp' number. . ' ... _..1 D

AND ARROW
, agemtmt. " ,
In announcing the winner of Its 1947 contest, the uroc
Record association reports that in the la,st four years, 450 p\1rebJ:ed
DUfOC sows have raised an official total of o,ver 600 tons of pork, an
PubUc Mat Decide
Shall America ultimate.l, follow _
this trend? In my opinion, the pUb-
unsurpassed feat for a world. ,
lic in this ' country ha. not yet .-
cided th.t Issue. There ,.re .ome
voices loudlY.' for 'government
management., l;ven our
General polnta hi. ftllger at
, can lnduatr) .nd it of bein,
H.poulble for hip prlcet.
maneuver. may plea.e critical peo- '
ple and _et vote.. but In mUinl
inclU.t17 UIlpopular the way 1a paved
'for replacm. ' our tree, enterpri
.,.tem. "
AI aD educator, I f.vor that V'
tern wblch will provide the hi.hest
. at' UvlDa for ' Ibe m
-of tile .ern-
'1Il_ ..... aem ... t 01 oU bwlu.trtea
, would pJjvlcle hlper w ,' mote
.. ' .
Jane Kenrick" to
schoo. Monday, after being
absent a nernoer of days on
account of the
Mrs. Clara Stacy of '
bora ' is at the home of
.her 'Mrs. Leslie Gray
and " ,
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. ,' ,Mr. and Mrs. Leon
, of Washington C. H. were Sun-
day eveni"g guests of Mrs. Net-
tie ' Emnck. '
productl"t.7 and Puter purch"l9'
power for .ach dollar 1J)eDt, then
c.rta1nl7 I would"be In favor of It.
Actua1l7, our .ystem of private eD-
terpriJe h p.t-berlca tar 'ahead '
of other 'natlem. that have Mrs. 'Eo attend-
thin, elIe. ' ed: the Council meetinJ! or
Act WIIb Wladom Home 'Demonstrati<:m in ' Leb
, There are other dlvidends olrelled anon, Thursday. '
by the American 'Way.. , We ha". -, ' .. - --
freedoms. We can work ,at What w. The Lytle Card Club met at
please. where we choo.e. We can Smith',S" . Recreation Room in
speak our minds, 'asilemble in Waynesvile Thursday for lunch
groups as we ' care to. These tree- " d a ff 'n f d
doms and 'other dJd Dot an n a, er 0
, have c ontrol ot de.pOtfc t I -,: ,
and dictatorial goverrpnents pre. Mr. and Mrs.- M,artin, Dolan
Civic Club dinner and
'Waynesville even-
'lOg. ". I
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M'r.' and Mrs. Earl at- .
tended the funeral of th{!ir
brother-in-law, Mr. Stoneberg-
. eli' in Dayton Wednesday morn-,
ing.
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Mr. and Mrs. Therle Jones
and Milton were Sunday evcm-
dinner guests 0f, Mr. and
and family I BlUER"'" ...
" and Mrs. P. N. Carnle1l ,
and Mrs. Clyde Wh ar ton, at- ", ' Better, for 'One th,ng, because it has extra .
tended the f4neral of Mrs. Cor- vitamin D. You know, this "sunshine" vitamin -."" ,
. n'ell's brother and ' Mrs. Whar- is 'very for building $ou",d teeth and
ton's , ,uncle, William .. Gr.eat- - That.' s why we put 400 units
house, age, 81, at the Oswald
Funetal Home in , Lebanon , 'of it in every single quart of this milk' .,,'
Tue's.day. afternoon and the Asi fot Golden Crest .-,omoDee ... delivered t()
.. burial 'at' the L'ebanon Cenle- f .
tery; Mr. Levi, Greathouse, 9 t, your door, or at your avor.te store.. .
a ' brother was unable to 'at:- . .... ...,..... .. _J.. ' ,
tend the : DOn(eIlS
Mr:' 'and' verett Ken-
I I " R CJ Q - , ! r t .) IT) (.' C: T T c.. h f GOO [) :
.
vious centurle.; WIlT. ever, of National Park, New Jersey
.we w.ant to tollow a trend that lead. were Tuesday' evening'
us backward toward new' despotism of Mr, . Mrs. 'leslie
' tick and - clfildren, ahencteo ,a
famiry 'party- at.
the home of theIr parents, Mr. ,
and Mrs. Ed Hopkins in
Wanesville. , 'Cards were the
=;:::;, _ ... SCJDc:;r-I
and los, of penonal anCl ,
The" experience of England should ' " '_
make ,&18 paule aRl-tlURk- .erloualy. Mrs. Charles Aildersoh of
ThOl. people have ' \yaynesv:ille called ,on Mrs. Em-
Dot fOUDd jOvemm ... t rick ,Saturday afternoon. '
aD .Uet. 11lelr COl. production h.. , _ ,
been dlsappolntln, under Mr. 'and Mrs. - Bernard '
80vernment - loh and son of ' near Lebanon
lng, become 'D'\ore and more ' and Mr. and Mrs. Loten Rout-
, Nvere. of the have zahn and dau'j!'hter of Franklin
become , more and more heavy. Toe S d ' '
da7., the very future ot Enllan4' ,. were un ay gpests of ,
threatened by strict, government Mrs. Cly:de
and management of In ' M ,, - ' ,
, " and ,M,rs. E. B.
In tbIa dark bour. EngUihmen acre, Horace and Ernest FCiulks
.hould ItUciy their own hiatory.' Thei . attended - the- funeral of their
will ftnd th.t whenever their 'indlvld brother-in-law, John Fite. at
ual freedoJ1ll were greate.t, it "a. Blue Ash, near Cincinnati,
' then their prosperity was the' most T'uesday. -
It we' .in America " ,
, I and tn our belt, mter Mr.. and Mr.
' elts" "ewW' act with, wisdom' to Lowell Thomas . attended ,the
prea,rv. the tundamental pattema
Of OUr the right of pri,.
Yale ownership of property and the
freel' pot.lb1e exercise ot
, .aMI.-men' Of our entire econom,.
, Small diffierence in land ele:.
vatiori sometimes cause a lot, of
difference' in fruit production .
Ohio orchards. In one , Jon
the state, two orchards at ele-
vations of t too feet had very
little frost in 15 years.
A nearby orchard at 980 feet
,elevation produced only tWf'
profitable in the I 5 years.
I' Represe"ting
Weati ..... cit
Members New York Stock
an4 'other, '
registered" Exchanges
Inv ..... eat TnJIt SMr.
f30ught - Sold - Quoted ,
Phone 2130
Dazton AD3217
s .
diversiol'l of the ' even'inK.
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Mr. and' Mrs. Wa:lter
rick had for their Sunday -\el:=;;;;: ....
dinner Mrs. ' Viola
Ha,ines, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Haines and sons, Bobby', Levi
and, Billy, Mr. Grassi . .'
and Mrs. Norma Pounds and
son' Billy all of Day top. The
dinner was in honor nf Mrs.
Kenricks' birthday.
I
Fred ,M. Ruch
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STANLEY and' K.OOcLEIt
, BROKER
Fo .. Dat . Ph,,". Wavrl v iille.
Ohio R.v .... ",hera

ANNOUNCING!!
W ASHaNC MACHlNE '
SERVICE'
RefriKerati.0n
Sales &. Service has added
to its staff a competent
washinR" machine .meehan.,
ie.. We are th.;:
'same prQrnpt, ettlcient ser ..
v.ice on machines
that our customers ate ex,
periencing with our ..
erati()A set\'ice.
, DAY PHONE 437
"IGHT PHONE 332M
It' s whe!' you use the
t:;OMPLETE SET OF W ALL-
PAPER HANGERS
(I n wUh each order ' of '
"AN-AMERICAN WAOEtrAPER '
FULL ON PISPLAY
Also all SUPPLIES 'F , c{ HANG.INC WALLPAPER
Pa-al ,C . Picking
Third Street Phone 2182
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CLASSIFIED AD RATES
1c PER WORD MINIMUM25c
3 TIMES OR MORE,. 113 OFF
REAL ESTATE
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DON' r FOHGET TO CALL
LIS for Insurance. All types of
Insurance at a savings. can
Francis Gene Brown, phone
\Va ynesville 2935 or call
collect. \VilminJ!ton 21 t t-
Real E.tate For SaI_
IF YOU HAW A PROPBRTY OR
PARM TO .BBLL can or WrIte
f)on Henderson. Tel. K:!'.3t4t. 617
LQralD Aft .. Dayton. Oblo. tfc
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED
MIDDLE AGED LADY; private '
\ room furnished; care one
child; references wanted.
Wm. Mote, Rt. 1, Waynes-
ville. -122
PAPERHANGING-
Call at Allen's in Corwin.
. . J. H. Rainey. -123
FOR SALE QUICK!
Universal 7 cu. ft. Electric
RefriJ!erator, in J!ood condi-
tion; Overstuffed bed,.daven-
port condition, cheap if
sold at once. Joe Gustin.'
Phone 471-R Lebanon.
) . .
Cleve Conne' (ttt) 122
POR SACE':""" Handsome GUts.
China 'Te:'l Service, China
plates and Cut' Glass dishes.
Mrs. Peter3.oll, Friends Home
WaynesvitJ'e. ' . -122
,
,1iA Y FOR SALE
200 BAL'ES -- Hay for
Sale. M. E; Brooks, 2 mi. out.
on Bellbrook - Waynesville
Rd. -25
. CARD OF 11IANKS.
We wish to express our sin-
cere apprechdiQn to our very'
dear, friends ', and J!ood neiR;h:'
bors who have been so kind and
tbouJ!htful to us durinf the
illness, and passinR;, of our
devQtcd Mother-Ellen W,in.
. '
. And to D'r. ,Mary, 'Dr. Stout,
and Dr. 'WriJ!ht, ,who did all in
Itheir power to alleviate her suf-
. we are indeed
fut.
Marie Riffle I
.. Catherine W. B'arnhart.
NOTICE OF APPOiNTMENT
. Notice is " hereby R;iven ,that
, Dctvid Ralph Smith whose Post
,Office address 'is Waynesville
1
Ohio has been duly appointea
as' Executor of the Estate of
Geor1{e J. Smith late of Warren
'County, .Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 19th day of Jan-
uary 1948 . .
Charles A. Anderson, Atty.
Ralph H. Carey , .
,of the Probate COJlrt
Warren County, Ohio.
, - '25
NORRIS BOCK COMPANY
Cincinnati StoCk . Yard'!
Wirf: and proAr ... ive. An
o"o:t !'l;zatlon , second to none.
Strictlv ael era on the Dest
aU around market in the
country.
SERVI
WHIO
Dial 13
40,
, . " k t
HAT SATISFI ES
on 12:30 8. R T.
WLW Clnclnn',t!
for Our Un I 1\'
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With a
In Congress . .
1lINC& J. DOWN
Mo ..... f c....,.... nit OllIe DI.trtat
With three Presidential messages in the first
eight days of the new session, the Eightjetli Con-
gress is getting a bit punch drunk. The first
message, delivered in person by Mr. Tl'Uman, was
on the of the Union and promised "everything
to everybody." In Mr. Truman's second message he
presented his Annual wherein he , asked for
thirty-nine billion, seven hundred million dollars to ,
run the Federal Government for the coming fiscal
year-or two billion, two hundred million above the
previous aU-time high requested last year. The
,
I I
posing the reimpositioll of these very same
of contl'ols'; which last October he al'8o told the
Ameri<ln people wer-e "police state methods" and
h ulld not be followed in this country.

A yar ago when President Truman asked the
, Congress to appropriate thirty-seven and one-half
billion dollars for the use of his 'Administration in
operating the Federal Government for one year,
eveIj70ne thought the peak in Government spending
had been reached. However, in his Budget Message
. to C40ngress last week, the President wants to
given thirty-nine billion, seven hundred million dol-
lars to keep the Federal Governm'ent going for the
next fiscal year. This amount is more than four
times as ' much as was ever spent by the Federal
Governm-ent in any pre-war peacetime ' year. Presi-
dent Roosevelt . in 1940 had a peacetime budget of
better than nine billion qollars-z-a "high" up to
that time. Some fixed charges, such as the interest
on the national debt and veterans costs are, 01
course, much higher than prior to World War U.
very few students of Government beJieve
that . it is necessary to spend anything like thirty-
nine billions, seven hundred millions of dollars to
operliLte our Federal for the next
year. Under the circumstances it seems most H.ke-
Iy th.at the Congress will make' heavy cuts in the
President's Budget, and at' least three . billions will
third message sent to COngNss last Wednesday
was the President's Annual .Economic Report, in
which he predicted a depression would soOn come '
-as a result of governmental . waste, extravagance
and inflationary activities-u.nless he was given
authority to return the United States to a controlled
economy-price and wage fixing, allocations, ra-
tioning and other controls.
certainly be eliminated, while the House Appropria-
tions Committee is setting a five billion. dollar re-
ductil!)n as its goal. .
'" . .
Mr. Truman's three messages to Congress -during
the past week were all very much to the uLeft"
and a.re being taken to Washington political writers
' and newspaper editors throughout the country as
stronlg evidence that the Obief Executive is greatly
over Hemoy Wallace's Third-Party candi-
dacy for the Presidency. Many of ' the pusages of
the t'hree messages were so obviously appeals for
vote&-al1d especially for the PQlitical support of the

. radical element of the country-that Mr. Truman .
has nctually injured ,his chances for re-election
rathe:r than helped ,them by what he has said to
the and the country durina:. the past few
days. '

The Miami Gazett.e [ age .S
WaYJilesvill e, Ohio No. 43 5
Thursday, January
Fulton Tal'vin, hearing set for Jan .
. 26 at 2 o'clock.
Grace Alexander vs. The Leb-
anon' Production . Cr.edit Associa-
tion ,cause dismissed without pre., .
judice and without record.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Howard and Teresa Hutchinson
to Alwina and Georre Leichty, lot '
in Lebanon.
Robert and Treva Barnhart to
Charles Yost, acres in Frank-
lin twp.
W. Floyd and Alice Whitenack
to William and , Eleanor Smith
49.50 acres in Clearcreek twp.
Pearl to Paul and
nuthella Kinney, 36 9(' 'es in Har-
'lan twp. .
Floyd Morgan to John Morgatl,
35 sq. rods in Fredricksburg. -
Katherine Knipper to Arthur and
Memory McNeely, 27.64 acres jn
Deerfield twp .
Herbert and Omega Fern Center
to Myron and . Mary Isabel Hensel"
5 lots in Springboro,
Fred and Katherina Slezak. to
Stanley Omer and Anna Miller, lot,
in Franklin.
Weir to Leo Spalding, 134,-
50 acres in Harlan twp.
Norma Weis to Thomas ' Weis,
lot in Maineville.
W. W. ' to Kenneth and
,Grace Williams, 0.04 acres-in Mor
row. '
Kenneth 'and Grace Willialns to ,
W. W. Whiteker, 0.04 acres in Mor-
row.
Charles E11is to Davis Furnas.
8.60 aeres in Wayne twp.
Daniel and Laura Routt to John
DWinell, -4 Franklin. .
In his Annual Economic Report to the Congress,
Truman pointed out the obvious-that our
present economic condition is. not a healthy one. He
that, unless something is done promptly
to curb inflation 'and to hold down prices, a crash
is coming and the United States will suffer from
a depression. In fixing the causes for the present
.situation he failed to the heavy prewar .
debt was as a result of the New Deal
spendirlg, waste r and extravagance, and the loose
fiscal policies of this and preceding ..
tions during, ,the. past 15 years. Neither did he ' call
to the fact that exceedingly heavy
exports of -American foodstutfs and' commodities
to foreign countties during the, past two years, which
created many acute shortages here at home, had, a
great deal , to do with creating our present high ,
prices. In his message Mr. Truman insisted that in-
Quite Ii number of Administration officials, in-
the White House physiei.n, are having
culties hi explaining some of their trading in grain
and I:ther f09d a1\d profits thereon, WAN , ED ' '.'
during' recent months. While ,they all deny they . DEAD STOCK;'
were receiving any "inside" information as to Gov- COWS ' _ $20.00 '
ernment which daily market
- flation could be curbed and prices reduced through
the reimposition of price and wage cOl1trols, ra ..
tjoning and -allocations. ' This, of course, is exactly
the of a controlled economy which tlie ,
dent condemned a l\ttle over a year ago--.:when he
took off the then l'emaining price and . allocation
controls. He then told ' the American 'people such
controls would not work. The President is now pro-
priee!5, somehow or $20.00 ,
d
'd b' l ' t f th . ti . Ocs-:-- $6.00 c-tVt:-
rna e consl era e money ou 0 elr opera ons-- A.cc ......... t. I ... a C ..... ltl ... ,
with the exception of ex-Secretary of the Treasury Also' , AD SMALL stOCK
Henry Morganthau, who dropped a hundred thou-
sand doUars or so- in the commodity markets. Those REMOVED PROMPn.. Y
in Congress, who know something of the former Phone
Secretary of the Treasu'ry's capabilities, simply grin XENIA
WILMINCTON
2362
and say they think they can understand why he, qal 1712
such losses.
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. . MARRIAGE LICENSES
Gary Foster, tore-
man, Mary H. Meyers, 33, Mason,
clerk typist.
Dan Walter, 44, Lebanon, Mary
Elizabeth 42. Lebanon.
. Harold 23, Lebanon, mech-
anic, Drucilla .J. Graf. 21, Lebanon.
N.EW SUITS .
Dana Thoines vs. Robert Thom-
extreme cruelty, H. Z.
F e
, !
COMMON PLB.MJ
Earl Pu.mill vs. Henry c;reen,.
wald, defendant 10 days
additional time in which to plead .
Leroy Gukins, et .1 VI. Charles
Kofmehl at aI, defendant granted
2 days to tile motIons.
Katherine Payne, a minor vs.
Robert Payne, divorc:e to plaintiff,
child to plaintiff, defen(lant to . pay
plaintiff $&.00 per week.
Garland H.ines . vs. Margaret.
Hines, hearing set for Jan. 22 at
10:30. '
Frank James, Jr. n. Ruth James,
entry of Judge of Juvnmile
of Montgomery County filed; 9rd-
ered that case be ' and
certified to Juvenile 'Court of Mont-
County. .
Dana Thomas vs. Robert Thom-
as, e*e dismissed on motion . of
plaintiff.
.Anna Mae Tarvin "s. Charles
WE PAY FOR
HOGS $7 cwt.
ACCORDING TO SIZE AN.D
CALL
X:E'N.I A Fertilizer
ReYer.e 4
Charges 4 S
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ReeurfaciDa ancl Drivewa, Recoatia. '
' F R E E
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28 o.Irwood Avenue I..EBANON, 'Phone 22t-i.
FOR
A.ny make or model
. Fred ,' Kahn Motor Car Co.
' LEBANON, OHIO
11!UPIIONa

MOaaow ...
. 1.i:BANON Off_
SAND Bcnd GR,AVEL R.S. hIL
BLACKTOP DRIVES ,
TAR .iid ROAD 'OIL
,LA WN aad FILL DIRT
READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING and 'DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
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Fairly Familiar
by EFFILDEE
Three years a,g-o when we
assumed the. duties oT produc-
ing a newspaper in this com
munity we were
with a strange task in a strange
land. It reqUired many months
of hard work and effort ' t
break down this barrier that
seems to be a part of this part
icular community. People here
do not welcome strangers int0
their midst , with the
that i en ountered in other
places. These are a pr ud peo-
ple, with their t OWil tc pl!d in
fhe ' traditi ns nf it: ' famous
past from which they annot
The Miami
GAZETTE
1850 No. 4353
,
W A Y N E S V ( L L E, O.
CROWNING OF SENIOR
KING AND QUEEN TO
TOP PROGRAM AT . ,
WAYNESVILLE-MASON
BASKETBAU. GAME
seem\ to break a" . Modern Victor Tholnpson will be: '
tholJ,g-ht or trends h91ds no place crowned Senior Kin g- 'and Fa ve
here. 'Whil e this was our Creech, Se,n it'1 r ' Qucen hy the
in,gs, we sincerely hope it will _ W. aynesville High Scho 1 on
not be the case with our ucces- Friday niJ?:ht, Jan. at the
sor. If the who make Waynesville- Me:! C 11 B:l"ket-
up this community will be ill thaI R'ame to be held in th 10 al
a little more libera.l with their auditorium.
-welcome, we know it will help a
lot in R'ettin,g the new manag ' -
ment started in the right eli r " -
tion. Close-mouthed, uncn
erative efforts will nlll\ (, ., ,
undesirabl e method 11 n'
part of the ncwspaner, a: f " l'
trut'h mllst be k ,111\\ 11 iF
Gazette is to go forward
remain the medium of fhf' ll (" l,"
In additi("l)1 f jl ' i: ; "..) (1''' 1 fl""1-
ture nf til t f bI' \ HS 1,; 1" 11
,",'i ll pl ;1" and the
game a d:l,nc "ill he : taged on
tht: hask thall fInoI'.
AUTO TRUCK. COLLISION
,WRECKS AMBULANCE CAR
INJURES A. H. STUBBS _
exchanQ'l,: in this An automobile truck colli-
For thi s reason it i hOled t\1;! i sian on Route 73 at the hill-
, the cooperation f')f all person" side ttlTn in Waynesville. Mon-
rtnd ,Q'roUIlS will he mane rlav ,morning, wrecked am-
fl .: t for the good of the C,0 111 " bulance car 'of the Stubbs Fun-
n I' nity and every ne Il nr.: er eral Home , 4nd serious'ly
n d. , ' , ed Mr. Stubbs who was dnving
, We d ' not a k thi - for our- his on, Billy to sch001 at the
. -e lves or for anyone who i. in time. Billy also suffered bruises
char,g- ' of the I ut and cratches. A deep cutin the
rather for the people 'who cal l h ad plu bruises and contu-
tJ i ' tl ' ei r h )lne, f I' t1'e t("l \, 11 tions placed Mr. Stubbs is in
:l1ld f I' the comm n n' , 'od 4' n the. hospital for a time.
,. uli!i :ityand new ,can do{ " at hIS home
," ll1Y T L/1 community r;! r ' at thIS ,time and IS reported to
Ma .. \ e exrr,ess ours Ive!' i ' he recoveringsatisfacorily.
, ' . l'y say.' "Be lill i .. . ",':1' " '
.your vie vs ' afJ ' Uy ; fte\\: 1ft!w CENn.1RY CLUB-
paper. ' , AT HARTSOCK HOME
* * * ' FRIDAY, JANUARY 23
The tlldent Council of lh' ' Mrs. R. H., Hartsock was a
Waynesville School tno!' ,go,racious hostess 10 the members
matters intodhe.ir_own 011 of the New. Century Club on
Tuesday nf this week and g-ave January 23. The meeting was
the school a thnr(lll n, l, called to order by the president,
cteaninJ?: . They were a hl1m
l
d Mrs. Glenn' Borden. Nineteen
of the 'pearance of tll!"i,' mempers respppded to roll call.
were a An interestmR' proR'ram had
floor l eaned, filth and <1i"/ heen by the COO1,-
' cruhht:ll W' 'Ill i the 1,,,, 1, ' mittee, Mr: Evelyn Peterson,
becal11,e 'ffl' tiv. f;0n
n
r
lh
,! - Mrs: J., B. Crabbe, and Mrs.
ti nn to thes f(ln' e .1, L. Thomas. '
thOll ,goht ell ( 1I{l' b nf 1-') ' 1 Mrs. Peterson introduced Mr, '
t 110 thi i h lJl"t h I 1lf" ,; I Asbury, who played two
m on r ... ' , \l ave (nl v plan solo. 'I Prelude in A ' h\
1 , ' lomment tn I wke- \\h'd Chopin, and "Pretuct in C hv
kill \i nf people are Ollr BaGh.
h<" 01 to (ttl AI ' 1II'h (nditiOllS A paper "Travel in Pioneer
t cxi tin th fir t nla >? Days' Was read by Mrs. Thoma '.
* '" * In dramatic fashion ,she describ-
certain p,ers lio is mo-r ed the preparations for a trip
t' " " :, : fr\ miliar with t V! of ly c<?vered 'wa,goon - the dif-
,,'c' rk ill the villag-,e thn t entail flculttes and occasional' plea u'r-
soml! knowledR'c of water es of such a journey.
main, water lines, etc., has in- Mrs. Peterson told of the aims
formed 'tIS that to their know- and activities, of the
only one person has, or ,' tion as the .Natlo'naf
know ' hereth.e hlue prints ,of for Prevention of W'ar.
the water system are h::>cated. ThiS was fgnowed by a short
, These puhlic property items are talk by Mrs. Crabbe. ' ,
filed in some ,unknown place. ' The proR'ram cl0sed with
Should they he allowed to re- two more numbers by Mr. 'A -
main obscure and' un<ter the "Autumln Fantasy". :111
holdin,R' of one person, or, composition, and "The
should they become public as Rosary., _
all matters 0 f l1Ublic interest Members and Mr .. E.
should be? All matters pertain- V. earnhart, Mrs. Marie Hit.
inK to any utility should fie. MrS. Viol a, H a rIa n, ' Mrs. K.
be open ' to the \,mblic at all N. _ M ,I ena Hart:-ock
tim.es. Do yo,u 'know where the , and Jack. Ashury e'nioyed
water mains and waterlin'es are a social hour and the
located tn the vlllaR'e? Could dehclOus refresl\J!lents , s:erved
. they be found without ,the hlue by the Hostess.
_ prints? As a matter of precau- ' -:--------'
I, tion. if for no other reason, why LOCAL BREEDER.
not have these blue prints placed' SaLS BROWN' SWISS
in some convenient place where
they can be ,seeR by anyone who
wishes t.o' know ahout the viJ1aR'c
water " , "
Elmer Sheehan and Son, , a
Brown Swiss ' b r ,e e de' r of
Waynesville, Ohio, ' has recently
sold tile bull Helen s Duke of M,
L. No. 85880' to Mr. and Mr .
, Mr. Newton Dearth and Darrow of Dayton, Ohio ac-
Miss Ina Dearth of , cordinR' to a report from Fr.ed
Franklin call.ed on Dr. and Mrs. S. Idtse. Secretary of the Brown
P. 8. Wednesday after- Swiss Cattle Breeders' Associa-
oon. ' tion, -Beloit. Wiscoftsin.
$1.50 per Year. 5c Copy
Thursday, January 29, 1948
"
CARL W. ' SMITH
New editor of t.he Miami
Gazette who takes over the task
of publishin,g- the paper a of
th fir t of Fe ruary.
THE GLEAMER CLASS
ENTERTAINED AT THE
CONLEY HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Ra mpnd Con-
ley entertained tile Gleamer
C l .. a s s of the Harvey
..Fnends .. '$aturda y njght
at their coUfft!"V home ' very
. charmin,g-Iy., ,
This the for
election of new officers which
were as follows Lavone Conley
'president; Maynard Hackney
, vice-president ; Lawrence Starr:
treas.urer; Ann Gor-
don, < secretary; Lucille Starr,
Marjorie ({nd' Lawrence tan', '
Wa. ys and Me'an, Committee;
Nellie Mary Davi.., Memhership
'Comm.ittee and Flna Hackne ,
NeW Reporter.
After th hu ill t' t , .
M iss Maril yn Conle
ed with a fine numh r f piano
:el ections.
At the ,!o. c nf th 111 eting
Mrs. ConI y. as i ted hv Mr.
Lawtenc Starr 'ervecl a d li c
i ou lunch tn tT, e fn now [n t,
,!rue t and memh r,' , Mr. al)cI
Mrs. , awrence Starr and ,dau.dl-
tel', Sonia Kav : Mi s<: Nelli e'
Davis: Mi s Ma ri l vn Conley;
Mr. and Mrs., Herh rt Mr.
and Mrs' . Ma n:-trrl H:1 r Kil CV and
dau,g-hter Hernadin : MISs
e'aret Ann Gordon; M ri and .
Mrs. Lawrence Starr and on.
T.arry: M r. ami Mrs. Conley and
nn Charle .
SOUTH WAYNE COUNCfL
AT ASBURY
HOME. FRIDAY EVE
Mr. tll1(; Mr. R. E. Asl)ury
were and hnstess ' to the"
South Wayne Advisory Council
, on Frirlay, at their
hom'e. Duriil' the business ses- "
sion the following' officers were
eJected, for the year,
president, John Burske;
vice - president, Mr. J. B
Cnibhe; . secretary - treasurer;
Mrs. Ed,w1l1 Walker, and discus:..
sion leader, Mr . Alvin H. Earn-
hart. ' ' .
, The' topic, "Farm Program
for 1948" ,vas chosen by the
leader, Mr. Asbury, and Mr.
Da viti Furna led in the discus-
sion.
the social hour,
dainty refreshments were served
b'y the host and h6Stess. . -
HOME USED FOR
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
SERVICES AND'
SUNDAY, SCHOOL
Mr. ' and M s-t....BiJI O'8anion
, did a very unusual thin,g- on Sun-
day when they opened their
home to the members of the
, Owens ConR'regatIonal
ian Church for th,e Sunday
school and reR'ular Church ' ser-
vices. The church is ttndergoing
repair and wilt not be ' pen for
several weeks.
Due ,to the extreme cold only
twelve were able to attend, Rev.
and Mrs. Robert - Vance, the
former a student minister from
the Dayton 'Seminary, remained
and were dinner of the
o Banions. ' ' ,
The cOrtgregation ,i
to meet m 111C' Perry Thomas
'home for the comin,f!,' Sunday.
R.A INBOW COUNCIL MEETS
AT LUDINGTON HOME
TUESDAY EVENING
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Ludingl n
entertained the i I' Oi Cll ion
Club at their home Tue day eve-
nin,g' . A part of 'the tim was
pent in di cu sing the 'financial
storm ah:ead: inflati on which
must be foll owed bv d tion.
and how' far should we xtend
a liI' credit. Ralph Miller i the
able discti,' ion leader of thi
group. The r mainder of-- the
t:!venin,l!' was . pent ill
J?:ame and partaking- of the de-
licious refre hment 'erve 1 ,11\1
the hostess.
,
EASTERN STAR HOLDS
SIXTEEN11f ANNUAL
SESSION, FRIDAY IN
HILLSBORO. OHIO
Distrier 2 1 Q E. S. met in
the sixteenth annual session on
Friday in HiJJsboro, Ohio.
The session was in
charR'e of the preSident
h
Mary
. L. Earnhart" Miami C apter,
Mildred Harmount, vice-presi-
dent, Greenfield Chapter; Ju-
anita ' Dewey, , Treasurer, Cary
Chapter Blanchester and Mrs.
Louelta Milligan ' Secretary,
Warren Chapter, Harveysburg.
Mrs. Minnie Fromm and Mrs.
Marydell Burske were co-chair-
man of the r gL fration com
mittec and' Mi S ,It.;an Hartsock
was th ol bist.
Memorial t: rvices for those'
l ost by death durin( the past
year were beautifully ,g-ivell by'
Franklin ' tcr. Newly instal
l ed officer. for the year
\If re ' i li ent Mr. Mildred
Harm unt
l
Grl' ' nHe1d Chapter,
vi e-pre ill 'nL Mrs. Blanche
Brown, Mart in ville Chapter,
secretar'y, ML. Juainta Harvey,
Clarksville Chapter' and treas-
urer. Mr . Thida Belleson, Sink ..
inR' Chapter. ' -,
The school of Instruction
durin: the aft moon was in
char.l?:e of the Worthy Grand
Matron, Mr. Zella Watkins of
Cleveland an j the work of 'the
C1iapter wa ,t!'iyen by the of-
ficers of L'ynchbur,go Chapter.
,The meetin,l!' , for 1949 wilt
he held in I . n, OhiQ, w:ith
Lehan ' n haptl:' r ' :l hoste s.
I .. ISTED FOR Tho e fr.om, MiamI
OHIO VETERANS BONUS Chapter \\ er : ,M 1'.. and Mrs.
BY SERVICE OFF'(CER 'John Bur"!'. 1 " . William
The follo\\ in,(l" informa i III troll' , Mr . ,101 Ii FronVtl,
, Mr , l3erti i I' . Mr: tanley
\ a rec iv d, thL '" k fr m the l3aile, Mr . R(l!!:er Sr wn, Mr ' .
office of General Chtst . W. Marvin mith, Mr. Elmer
1,( II ", Dire tor' f th hi o ' ,
I30nu Fund. ' Gr ve, Mi JL'an Hart -( k,
Distrihutioll of api"licati n Mr.. Harol d' n. Lllrnhart\ MI'.
form to Ohi Lucile Armitag". Mr. and M,r .
will l'e started ah u't MRrr h , \ . Everett Early, and Mr. and Mrs
''' Tli -s- -rnrm ," in a11 lHim( hm v. - E. M.r . . the-' retirint
wi1l h cleared the I)resldent ' was presented with
Veteran. County Servi'ce f- "
ficer. There will he two types lovely g.ifts,
of forms. Numher 1 f or the e em.!! a whlte orchId
c@te 'aR WA a-r-e-l-iv-iA IfiH he _ tr,m th e Miami Chapter mem-
distributed fir t. Numher 2, f or ueJ s. '
henefjciaries of deceased vet- :""" , -------
eran , wi1J he di trihu'ted later. ROCHESTER MAN
In ord r to he eligihle f or the BURIED IN LOCAL
Ohio Bonus, a veteran mu t CEMETERY, FRIDAY
have heen a re ident of Ohio
for one yea r pl'eviou tf.) hi. ell-
trance into the service. , He must
have an Iwnorabk i hargl
lind h:'l ' (,' , \ n,,"t I than
ninety i:'\v, . It wi ll h ne _ . ('Ir\ t'
.to send in your ri.Q'innl rli
e

and if vnl l :-11: a m .Inl1l'r
of til' Navy. Gna t Glial' or '
Mari'11 . it will he ner. !'tln f.o
Frank Bunnell, ,a,{(cd 67, pa _
. e i :l'\: ay at hi: hom;e outh of
R-oclle tel', Tue day. Jarl. 20 at
7:00 a. m.
He "i . urviv Li , h\, hi wif,
H t\\' au,t!'llter, . Mr.
J ' ' phine .l in . f ( reg:oni a;
Lu v da Ad a Ill. . at h ()111 ; fnu I'
sons, ' 11 m , elf Berea, Ky.,
, uhmit al f) your Form 5 in
ord I' t o prove fnrei[1l service.
lna. much 11 , it \ ill h n c: s-
, hart ,of I.cha rlClll, William of
M rrnw and \\ a k r of Blan-
, l he ter.
Fun '1' :1 1 C rv i 1 we",'e 'con-
i u ted I- r'iday at 1:30 P. m. at
th. Butl rville Pen tic 0 s t'a I
Church and hurial under the
direction of Funeral '
Hom wa made in Miami
cemeter, ' ,'
, to end , in ' our I
di char,o'e 'stront'! acivil:: all
v terans to ha ve tTl t"i r dis h;tr("e
recorded il11im di-atp.1 in C1. ,L
your original di charg, wouln
he 10 t. tn, plans nf
COlmtv Officer. if
at ' po sihle. as . on a: the ' ,.,
aT'nlicatinll forms re iverl. MARCH 11th SET FOR '
' a , pecified nate will he sef sO FARM LOAN MEETING
all veterans " ho so desire. can
come tn H:tll and, re- '
ceive t.heir application form!'
and as Istance' ill' I11lClkitH!' tlh nl
out. ,
. this paper (or further
mformahrin. "
, , Dr. H. M. William.
, Service Officer.
Miss Betty Satterthwaite re-
celebrated her hirthdav
annIversary and had a her din-
per Miss PhvHss Bailev
Miss Bonnie Satterthwaite Mr'
David , Hartsock., Mr. 'Byrd
Lackey and Mr: Clyde Small-
Cards, .were enjoyed dur-
InK the even mg. .
.Mr:s. Evalvn Peter.on; Mis. t:
MinnIe Dodson and R 1I t h
Chandler attended the meeting'
of the New Centmy Cltlh at the
ho.me of Mrs. Ro-.S,S . Hartsock
Friday afternoon.
A t a recent of the-
Board of Directors the da.te of
March 11th was et for holding"
the Stockholder's Meetill' of
the Lehanon National Farm
Loan Association. This wilt be
held at Lebanon, Ohio. ' ,
' The Association, i ' 'mad'e up
of harrowers in CI.er-
mont, ' ,H<lmiiton and warre'n
COllntie . The 'of the
meeting will he the distribution
of the Annual Dividend cheks '
and all members are urged to ,be
pre ent to 'receIve t11ese and ,
ta.ke part in the The
plrectnr and Officers
m,t!' that any Questions or topics
for dis:cu 'sion be recei ved at
thr ir office hy March ,1, 1."
Mrs. L.. M. H endersoll and
Miss Ruth Chamtier with Mr.
and Mrs. Keller Hoak spent
Wednesday afternoon in Cin
cinnati.
, I
The Miami G,azette
Afternoon callers in the home
of Raymond Wilson and wife
. 88TABLI8BBD 1850
unday Jan. 18th we.re .Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore McintIre and
sons,' Charles and Jimmy, M.r.
John Wilson and Robert Wil-
Publ1abed EveI'J ThUl'8daJ' bJ DAVISSON PREBS
FLOYD L. DA VI88ON, EcUtol'
u ' Second Clua Mattei' at tbe Post Office
8cDic1lptton Rates: '1.50. per Year Advance I
on.
Mr. and Mrs. Haymond Btlr-
den and daughters were in 'Day-
National Advertising Representatives . '
Weeklies, Inc., 2465 W. Broad
ton Friday ,evening. .
Mr .. an'o _Mr. Carey Leigh
Haine ntertained the Young
Friend , r at theIr home
undayev ning Jan. 18th.
Co.umbus 4, Ohio
METHODIST CHURCH
R. B. COLEMAN, Minister
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
J. J. Rurske, Supt.
Service ' 10:30 a.m.
Youth Fellowship
Thursday, 7 :30 pm.
Mr. HOLLY METHODIST
T. M. SCARFF, Minister
Sunday School ' 9 :3.0 a.m.
, 'E. A. Earnhart, Supt.
Worship Service to:30 a.m.
Evening SerVice 7 :30 p.m.
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
8AMUEL N. KEYS, Minister
Church School 9 :30 a. m.
Nursery School 10:30 a. m.
" Mornjng Prayer ' 10 :30 a. m.
UTICA E. U. B. CHURCH '
REV. WILLIAPt' SHANNON
Sunday School . 9 :30 a.m.
Mrs. , J ames Garrison, Supt.
Preaching. 1 st and 3rd Sundays
each month 1 0 :30 a.m.
.-
WA \ 'NESVILLE
CHURCH OF CHRiSt
Bible Schooi 9 :30 a.m.
Communion 10 :30 a.m.
Bvening Service 8 :00 p.m.
-
CAESARS CREEK FRIENDS
REV. DAVI,O STANFIELD,
Worship Service 9 :45 a. m.
Sunday Schoo ' 10:4 a. m.
You are invited to worship ith
us.
ST. AUGUSTINE
Father KrUmboltz, Priest
Mass 8 :00 a. m. and 10 :00 a. m.
-
FERRY CHURCH 'of CHRIST
RALPH -E. STINSON, Miniater
Bible School 9 :30 a.1Th
Morning. Worship 10:30 a.m.
Prayer . 7 :00 p.m.
Youn'g People s Meeting
7:00 p.m.
Eveninj{ Services 7 : 30 p.m.
FRIENDS
. c"eet
Born to' Rev. and Mrs. David
a dau'ghter, Judith
Eleanor, at Miami Valley hos-
pital, W , January 2 t t.
Dori Jane and ' usan Gail
Elli an brotner Larry spent
Friday evenin,g- with their grand-
parents M r. and Mr . Haymon j ,
Wilson.
Mr. an j Mr5. M Kirk of
Raleigh Bogan called on h.is
mother, Mr. Mary Bogen 111
Dayton n afternoon ,last
week.
Mr. and ' Mr . D()nald Haines
and son Aldon were dinner
,g-uests of Mr. and Mrs: Leonard
Ellis and famil of ne:lr
man, Saturda eVc:l1';ng.
Columbiana, Ohi spent last
Mohn,da
y
and MTueSCdllY ' nLig.ht
l
Mrs. A. . Collett .was ho t-
wit Mr. and r. ar el,g-l 'to th Advi ry ouneil at
Haines. ' her hom Friday ev ning. Th
Mrs. Dorothy Smith and program 1 ader for th
aug-hter Marilyn Sue ' were mg were Mr. Frank wartzel
overnight guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mr. HO'.,varci Graham.
Evan Bogan Friday ni,e:ht. ,
, Little Cathryn Stanley has the The W. -. C. S. d lunch
chicken-pox. at the Au tion . al of the
, Mr. and Mr. Jack Hawke Hill farm n rth f the
, had as their guests Sundav Jan. Friday.
18th relativ s from the New Mrs. H. . Milligan was .in
Hope community and Xenia. Hillsboro Fri a y to attend a dis-
Mrs. Raliegh Bogan called on trict meetin.g- of the O. E. S.
Charley Mendenhal1 who is in held at the home f Mr.
Ho pital, F rid a y Charles Do t r, Wccinesda
afternoon. aHern on, Mr. Ruth Pig-eon
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Haines wa PI' 1 ad ,tt'.
of near Sabina and Mr. and Mrs. The P. T .-A. met in regular
Carey Haines were cfinner A mi sionary me was
. guests of M r. and Mr. . Wednesday evening at
Haines Saturday. The dmner HI,e;h Schooi g mria hlln, Capt.
,vas in honor of Mr. Haine's bir- , Morris of the C. C. A. F. at
thday. Wilmit:lgton was gu speaker.
First Day School 9 :3 0
Meeting for Worship ,
10 :30 a.m.
+ 'V-riencLJJome
Mrs. Olive Curl went to Col-
urn bus Monday to spertd a few
days attendini meetings of the
Council of Churth Women. '
' ", * *
Mrs. Lucile Armitage spent
Friday attending a District
, of the Eastern Star in
Hilsboro, Ohio. ,
, '" * *
Misses ' Catherine and Olive
Elliot and friend of Centerville
caned on Misses Marne and
A:nnie Br'own recently.
. ... '"
. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stubbs o.f
Ohto, visited tbeir
mother., mrs. Amanda Hartrum
on Monday afternoon. ' .
. ... . ...
Miss Margaret Edwards at -
tended the funeral of Mrs. Ellen
Winspear _ i'n Mt.
Ohio on Thursday afternoon.
A short stall or a high door
sill in the cow stable maybe
the cause of a case of matitis in
tne dairy herd. and the dis-
'" t4\e is contagious after giv.en-
I start.
SMOOTHER ROADBEDS for trains, are provided by
this new po'ver track ballaster being 'produced by Pullman-
Standard Car Manufacturing Co. This
'nachine moves aloDg the track under its own power and is
I
' .:::' :1 ble"of stone and-iravel under ties .at the of
- , .... pet day as c:o-,pared with an average 1,000 bet
.. __ a cre" with hand tampel1J.
. The Harveysburg Fire De-
partn,ent answered a call to the
The Miami Gazette Page 2
wayneSville) Ohio No. 4353
Thursday, anuary 29. 1948 . Chapp,el res ide nee "Twin
P.ines' Sunday at 1 p. m. t
ex tingui h a , -mall laz,e that Mr. and Mrs. Junior Clark and
had occured when a bed had son, Michael. ,
become ignited' a tll children, Mr. and Mr . Lu,;e/l H utzahn
were alieg-edly playing with
matches. The damag- " was of Franklin arc the
light. birth of a daughter, Friday, ..
23, at the Middlet wn hospital.
Mi ss Kathleen Graham of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wharton f
Dayton was th weekend h LI se Lytle are the maternal g- rand-
guest of her parent, Mr.. ,and .parentS.
Mr . Howard Graham.
Mr. and Mrs. Harr Cline Jr. .' Mr. an Mr. H nrv avlo
r
and dau,O' hter Geraldine bf CoI- of" Five Point , ntertained Rev.
I". Joseph Myer of Dayto'n and
umbus were the week n i house Mr. and Mrs: Vernon Purs.\ey
guests of Mrs. ' Cline's parents, Hnd o.n t dinner n, unday.
Mr. and Mr ; Herbert D ter.
Mrs.. Roy Wink and Mrs.
Mrs. A. . Collett \Va - hostess ' Vernon Pursley 'attended the
to the Adult Bible Cla s at her Dayton Pike Community Club, '
,home. Tuesday evening. Mrs J. and County project leaders at
P. Thornberry' wa in ch;tr.g-e f a meetin,g- at the Curt House
devotions, ' Mi May Harlan at Lebanon, Thursdav, where
was the leader and Mr -. Nelli Miss Julia Pond of Ohi I tate
Gillian wa in charge f ocial University,' was the speaker.
activities.
, The Lytle Card Club enter-
Mr: William. Talhert f Col- tained ther husbano at dinn r
. umbus ha , returned to the and an evening' of card y
home of his son, Mr. Carl Tal- at the Smith Recreation room
hert of the Flatfork community. in Waynesvitl . Those present
Mr. and Mrs. Auzwopd Mar- were: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
tin, Miss Jane Fite of Harvey - Groves of Centerville, Mr. and
and "Mi , Jean Adams f . Mrs. Harold Whitaker. Mr. and
Corwin were Sunday -afternoon Mrs. Lowell Thomas, Mr. and
.g- uests of Mr. and Mr. Fred. Mr. Paul Shipley, Mr. and Mrs.
BOKan and family and Mr. and The'rle Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs.: Jame L. r. an i Ralph Hammond, Mr. and Mr .
famIly. f WayneSVille. Thoma Burton tUJd Mr. and
Mr. William Wall, \ ho re- Mrs. tan1cy Baile .
Sides in the Thornbury apart- The Woman's ociety of
ments on Clark Avenu. ha l.ytle Church will he ntertained
bee.ri ill the past week .and U11- at their m nthl y l)ext '
able to attend work, 111 Day- Wedne day 'aftern n, Feb. 4',
ton. at the home of Mrs. Walter Ken-
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sheehan
' of Centerville were Wednesday
, callers of Me. and Mrs. Wilbur
Clark. .
Mr. and Mrs. EI worth Winks
are a,nnouncing the birth of a
on, Saturday, Jan. 24th, at
Miami-Vall; y Hospital, Dayton,
Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Burnett are
the maternal and
Mr. and Mr. Roy Winks, the
paternal ,g-rand-parents.
Miss Norma .Longacre is stay-
in' with her Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Lon,e:acre a the
family of Mr. and Mr . Calvi'n
L.ongacre are Quarantined on
actou!lt of Carol havil}.{!. scarlet
fever. , .
. Miss Margaret ' Harlan return-
ed to Virginia ' Intermont Col-
le,ge, at Bristol, Va., Tuesday
arter a five day vacation with
her parent, Mr. and Mr .. Ernest
Harlan. .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark
rick. After. the theme hymn
"The World Astir" the ' worship
erv1ce will be led by Mr . Clar-
Get Your TRUCk. and
BUSfNESS
S., g ' N.
of
STANFORD Bo.GEN
Morrow Ohio
Announcemen.t
I am happy to announc;e
that
. On Sat., Jan. 31
I will open an office in
Waynesville for the prac-
tice of
OPTOMETRY
on Main St. across from
the Post Office.
entertained to dinner will be' as
honor of the birthday of their
daughter, Miss Wanda ' Clark: follows: ' '
Mr. Loy of Dayton and TUE. 6:30-9 P. M.
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Representing
& Company
Members New York Stock'
Exchang'es and other
, 'registered Exchanges'
Investment Trust Shu_
Bought .' - Quoted .
Ph9ne Waynesville 2530
WED. ' 8 A. M.-NOON
SAT. 6:30-9 P. M.
, Appointment not absol.
itly necessary, but may .be
obtained by calling Frank-
lin 10. reversing' the
charges. '
Dr T. P. Grosvenor ..
OPTOMETRIST
Dayton M>325l
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COMPLET.E
SERVICE
WE ARE EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF
AMBULANCE AT ANY TIME . '
STUBBS Funeral Home
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Page 3 The Miami Gazette
Waynesville, Ohio No. 4353 ,
Thursday, January 29, 1
ence Sm.ith, and the topic in
of Mrs. Robert ,..Tullis
assistant hostesses are: Mrs. '
Therle Jones" Mrs. Wilbur Clark
and Mrs. Bartlett , Monc . Miss
Bay wiU addre s the
ladi.es at thi meeting , on the
subJect "Make YOur Time
Worth More. " A d'iscussion and
demonstration wilt be an added
feature.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Craw-
f ni called on theIr parents Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Crawford
y afternoon.
Mrs. Raymond
nl,lth of Spring' Valley have
moved into the Apartment of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marlatt.
Mr. and Mrs. Hily Gfbson' has
moved into their new home last
Wedn.esday.
Mr. Eddie Marlatt is
a: few days with Mr. and M r ' .
Dale Lealr of Xenia.
Mrs. Alice Turman. Mr '. Hil '
Gibson were supper , guest '
Monday even of Mr. alid
Mrs. Everett Bunnell and fam-
ily.
, Mi s Clara spent
a few d;lYS with Mr. and Mrs.
Morri , Lewis and family. '
Mi s: Minnje Crawford of
J '" t fJ l1 nent Sunday with h r
, ., .. , nt Mr. alid Mr. Clarence
r'" vford.
1\ rs, Ri 'hard H ane , Mr. ! 11 i
;', . al Hair of ;t,ll Ii
, ' 1': , Hilv Gihson Monda
;' '1"" 11 ' ,0 11.
Mr' Henry and
l-'i:1llgl t ' 1' Nal1,t L e (If I " 1
/ ' 1' ,- 't' n t Sunda viti r. ;1" 'I
\. , , _ Morgan.
",. J 'r...V ItILK
T""r-o. Tr.'::RS WILL
MEET IN XENIA
Pnh I.. Thomas, R. R. :!.
I ;\ ' tnll. r "airman of the county
of the Grf'P"p
Countv local, of the Miami V;tl- ,
l ev COM" rative
announced toda v
that tilt" ill1lllJ:t1 meetin(!" for
Greene' ;l '''0 Fayette Count "
( F tl,t> Ac:sociation, and
4heir {:\I',:'i s 1\ ill he held iq
Xenia n Tile t1::t , February 1. '
The m etillQ' \I'ill he helri if,
the auditorium of r:entral Hi",I,
S hool at 8 :00 P. M. Th . eir'hl
' locals in the county are C0011-
eratinR' in the pl<!.ns for thi
meeting. Paul ::J. Betscher, ' ec-
of the C()operative Pure
M ilk As ociation of Cincinnati.
will be the principal speaker at
til i. . meeting, _
Mu kal entertainflli!nt will
I.' " nrovided hv The Four Men
d J1ayton, a nationallv ' known
l'arl'er 'shop quartet sponsored
111' the Davton Foreman's Cluh. '
The members of the Quartet
are': Chester Boren, Russell
Oliver" flor' On,ter and R. 'S.
Pence. ' .
Other itelli.!' ,on the proKrain
will include informational dis-
cussions on ,nrnduction and
marketinK probl ems p,eculiar to
the area, a,nd reports .on Assoc-
iation ftffairs for the yeaf iust
ended. Memhers of the Assoc-
iation will elect tl'eir nfficers '
and advisory councilmen for '
the year:
Refreshments ' will hp served
at the conclusion of ,the meet-
All milk and creaml pro-
ducers in the Gounry have heen
invited to attend. this meet-

Ohio who want to
emplo.y worker' from out' of
the state in 1948 must coritact
the Ohio Employment Servic'e
or make direct arrangemerlts
with workers as individual or
employers. The Emer-
Farm Labor Office as
part - of the ,Ohio A,g-riculturat
Extension Service was a war-
time m.easure which' has been
terminated.
$18.000 WORTH OF
, BEEFSTEAK ON
THE HOOF
The white-faced Hereford
steer shown water in
the above photo IS' i ust part
of $18,000 worth of "heefsteak
on the hoof" on Ray auer's
farm located on R. R. I, West
Alexandria.
Acording to Mr. Sauer, a
graduate in Animal Husbandry
from Ohio State University, the'
two , most important ' thiriF:s in
i'att en ing heef cattle for the
market 'quickly and economicat--
I i to keep plenty of F:ood
fr , hening water in front of
th ' m at all tim s and to feed
them at r ,e:ular times each
The 112 t ers, n0W fattent11F:
nn Mr. auer's farm, eat ap-
PI' ximat ly five tons of feed
and drink over 1800 gal10ns of
\\'ater daily.
Mr. Siuer pointed out that
it is important to keep the water
tanks free of ice in the winter.
, time because the steers
need 'drinkin,g- , water available
24 hours a day. To do this. he
uses a electric tank '
de-'icer . . (Note electric de-icer
in water tank in above
photo) This electric tank de.
icer is thermostatically: controll-
ed and keeps a drink inK hole
open even in the.. caldest winter
weather:
This ' electric tank de-icer eli-
,
,
minate a lot of the hard. cold
work-of ch ppin,(!' iCe fr m fro.:z-
en stock tanks, hut what is mOire
important from a profit stand-
pomt, it wilt incr,ease the pro-
duction of a1\ farm animals in
the winter month. , It ' make
available at all a ready
supply of slightl y warmer water
which is most hend i 'i::tl in the
cattle.
. Mr. Sauer, be ides fadin,e:
112 beef aI ' 0 raisin,l::
1:!0 He 'i farming , 320
acres of land this ye::t r which in-
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FEB. 1
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MARCH .t
While on Vacation
Dr. C. ' E. Wilkin
Optometric Eye Specialiat
,26 South Detroit
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' ''4-WAY FARM INSURANCE"
III the Obio Farmers will give you, broad protection against ,losses
liD your, . farm. , It covers your buildings, YOU! chattels, automobile
.md your liability for to 'others. Why Dot ,see us today?
You _CHII you're safe wben you're insured in the Ohio FarmersJ
Karl' D. Dakin Insurance 'Agency
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Henderson Bro. 26 19
GeItJfnbiaRec'(l 26 19

American Legion 25 20
Tommy' Place 24 21 - '

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eludes 100 acre of' corn,' 50,
acres of wheat and 80 acres of
hay. He plan to install an iec-
tric hay dryet' and an electric
alt must he a hied to livestock
ration or he , upplied regular-
in ' me other manner.
unl oader next year.
'I'
Chlorine fr'om salt is used by
animals in the manufadure of
hydorchloric acid in digestion.
Feed grains and 'do
not contaip enouKh chlorine so
Ohio farmers put up hay with
auto buck rakes at a rate of one
ton for each, 1.7 hours of man
labor and 'at a total cost of
$1.45 per ton. Tbe equipment
cost an averaKe of ,421.
' Atomic
-automobile-steam engine-telephone-printing press
-take' YOUf pick. What do YOlJ think is the greatest inven-
tion ever made?
..
".,,' Certainly each is , and each has
.... generously to oui' way of life. But the, American public, in
.. Gallup's retent coallt-to-coast voted
the most invenlion of all time !
It's hard , to imagine our type of civilization without
electricity. We on ,it for so many things - in OUI'
homes - in b118ine88 and industry '- in transportation and
communicatiou. That hat on youI' head - the food OJi your
table '- the newspaper Oil your doorstep - your '
rallio show - ,ead. depends directly on electricity. ,
Yet families just about l out of
budget dollar (or their electric service. Because
does 80 much for 80 little is, perhaps, the main reason why,
Americans have voled it the most important invention 01
an inventions.
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-WIi,O:-RONALD COLMAN, Tuesday, 9:30 P. M. ;:;-
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A M D I A-o-\/'---
by o. J . FRAIZER
January 23. 1948 .. Home a-
gain. After readin,g- the papers
about the terrible weather that
the mid-west was having l won
dered all t he way to Chicago
whether I would be able to drive
in illy lane or not but' when I
SHOE
REBUllDll'lG
WAYNESVILLE REPAIR
, SERVICE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
got here the weather wasn't bad
at all and the roads were clear.
That was a great comfort be-
cause it was almost dark by the
time I got out here and I would
not have enj o.yed walking the
half mile back to the house.
Wonder of wonders, the weather
. was nice the next day so that I
.eould go to Dayton in comfort
and even Wednesday was nice
and 1 went in and got my bag-
gage that did not come ' on the
same train that 1 had and now I
am settled at home again ready
to get to work on accounts for
income taxes and get ready for '
spring work, perhaps I can even
do my house cleaning.
Wednesda y night it snowed,
not enough to shut us in but iust
enough to make things look
pretty and protect the wheat.
Now the sun is out but it is cold,
real winler cold. It was cold yes.-
terday, too, so cold that there
w'as a very small crowd indeed
at the Co.mmumty sale. In spite
of that prices on calves and cows
were fairly high but some'
..... -----" . mighty nice looking little pigs
went very cheap, no one there
with feed enough for them I
suppose. I know that we didn't
dare buy any more.
. U' s a far cry from the Com-
munity Sale to the great In-
ternational Western Stock
Show in Denver that I attended
last y morn'fng; All the
. tickets for the rodeo were sold
out by m.aiJ before we knew it
so this time we went. out in the
morning to see the cattle any
way. The great .arena had three
or more being at
a time. Cattle, sheep and horses
and sometimes two of
cattle. Each year one' feature of
the show is the of cal-
ves by the boys. They turn loose
a certain number of fOod steer
calves and the cal the boy
catches and ties is his. Whe'ri we
were tpere Saturday they were
judging the calves that the bo'ys
had caught last year and fed
for a year. They we re a fine
. looking lot of baby beeves.
Most of the ones being judged
them over and learn and the
go to the ones who can
pick out the best bargains.
by Betty Thomas
WAYNESVIII &--.
SPRINGBORO
The Waynesville five met the
Springb0ro team Wednesday
night and received a "trounc-
ing." Springboro started out in
the lead and led the home-team
during the en tire game. Al-
though the home-team boys'
. 1
tried hard to discourage their
from scoring; Sprin1:-
boro was more determined than
Waynesville and always fou1:ht
back harder than ever.
WaynesvilleJs next 1:ame will
be played 0 nJanuary 29 (8:00
P. m.) against Red Lion. After
that they are to tussle"
with the Eagles on the 4th of
February.
Scoring
Waynesville pts Springboro pts
,Rickey . 16 Shaffer 17
Sackett
Bradley
Planck
Bernard
Ludington
14
4
3
4
6
Total
Score
Waynes.
Spnng.
6
5
2
, 1
o
30
Masters
Humbert
Acres
Starke
Sweeney
Total
by quarters:
1 2 3
3 13 19
11 28 ' 36
48
4
30
48 '
Mr. and Mrs. John Public
now are spending at the rate
of 93 per cent of their current
income.
The Miami Gazette' Page 4
Waynesville) Ohio No. 435 3
anuary 29. 1948
FAMILY GATHERINIG
HONORS WEDDING
OF ROBERT BURTONS
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wat-
kins e!1.tertainep with a family
gatherlng on Saturday
honoring their grandson, Mr. '
Robert BUrton and wife, whose
marriage took place on January
3, 1948. .
The was enjoyed in
all kinds of games and the ho-
nored received
lovely giftS, . Ice cream and cake
were served the
games.
Those who enjoyed the eve-
ning with the" bnde and groQm
were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Wat-
kins and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Malcolm and son of near
Clarksville, Mr. and Mrs. Milo
Miltenberger and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Watkins, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Charlton, Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Charlton, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Conner and three'
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""".a:.-..J..o.---YlL,e.r.e-.-H.e.r.eiords but there were
also quit.e a lot of Angus cattle.
'!Ie couldn't see the sheep .iudg-
mg very well but when we went
into tile sheep barn ' we saw
some fine ones. I t was fun, to
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watch them grooming their fine
rams for 'the show. They had.
them on little stands with a
head piece to hold the sheep in
place and they were 'shearing
off just enough wool to show
the clean wool uildernooth and.
it made them look like stuffed
toy sheep. ,
. The Stock Show is Denver'
winter festival. The whole
with signs'
me " . . The
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windows were full of fane'
saddles and boots, riding- cloth-
es and fancy shirts. tine fur '
coats and , the It\ test spring
clothes for the women. The real
stockmen however seldom wear
the' fancy outfits, any 'more ' but
you : often see them on the
streets with the,ir high heeled
boots and wide Stetson. I saw
a good .many m n that
looked like stockmen with new
IQokin,g town clothe and very
new lookin,g- ov (' coats so I
Kue ' ed that some of t hem 'had
taken off the traditional ranch
clothes .and bought theinselves
some new outfits. . .
. . There seeIl1ed to be so many '
peopl e .i udging each bunch oJ
stock that we wondered who
they were, There were the' ob-
viou ly official and then '
a bunch of youn,g- < fellows with
pads and pencils squatting a-
round ' busily . writing and we
wondered who they were untit
we. read in the papers that the
agr,lcultural colleges were hav-
a judging contest among
themselves and these we un-
doubtedly teams from the col-
leges for honors.
Our arena at Lebanon is not so
and the stock that -goes
. th is not so fancy but the
ring judges. sit around and look
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Waynesville Ohio No 4353
Thursday, Janua'ry 29. 1948
)\lith a Buckeve
'In
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M..... 01 Co........ ,.. ow. D1stl'tct
Unless present plana of the Republican leader-
ilbip are upset the Bouse oi Representatives will
pass the Knutson Tax Reduction Bill next Monday.
, This bill will provide for a reduction of approximate-
ly five billion six ,hundred million dollars in 1948
individual income taxes, which will be no small
avings to the American people. The bill provides
tor increasing individual exemptions from five
hundred dollars to ilix hunllred dollars, and gives
an added six hl1ndred dollar exemption to all
dividual taxpayers over sixty-five years ,of age, or
to any blind person regardless of age. Tax rates
on net incomes ' of less than one thousand dol1ars
will be reduced by 30%. On larger ineomes the tax
, rates on the first four thousand dollars on, net in-
come will be cut by 29%, and by 100/0 above four
thousand dollars. Married couples wi1t be- per-
mitted to divide , family income equally for tax
-PU1)poses.

throughout the' United States to sixty or slxt)'-
five cents per hour instead of tM present forty
' cents. It is al.o quite likely that some additional
legislation may be approved to curb tbe present
activities of one James Caeser Petrillo, bead of tbe
American Federation of Musicians, who is now
under CongTessional ,investigation.

If rumor,s ' are correct, the people have
not yet been given the full story of speculatioRs and
, manipulations .in the natidn's grain and commodity
markets by high r.anking officials: A Senate com-
mittee, headed by Senator Ferguson of Michigan,
,which has been conducting an invt',stigation of grain
speculations by thoae, in the Government service,
- has turned up some interesting Some of
those hold ,high Government positions, in-
cluding seatS ' in ' the United States Senate. On -tbe
House side a similar committee, headed by Con-
gressman Andresen of Minnesota, has also been
digging into ' ,the commodity market speculation
mess. So watch for furtber developments.
. . ,.
The poli'tical pot has been boiling in Washing-
ton during tbe past ten days. Monday and Tuesday
of last week the ' Repub ican Committee
met here in the capital city to issue the formal call
. for the Republican National Convention which will
be held in Philadelphia during the week beginning
June 21st; and to set up a three million dollar
budget for activities between now and
November election. The committee also heard Na-
tional Committeeman Kenneth Bradley, of Con-
necticut, the Chairman of the Housing Sub-Com-
mittee of the , Arrang4!ments Committee, bitterly
Complain tbat tl1ere wi'1 not be anything like as
many hotel rooms availab e for Convention viRitors
in Philadelphia as 'had originally been promised, and
that the room rates ' would exorbitantl" hiJrh.
Incidentally, tbe auditorium at Philadelphia will
seat only approximately thirteen thousand peoll
'
e
as against twenty-five thousand seated in the Chi-
cago Coliseum at the 1944 Convention. As a result '
of two situations the' Republican National
Committee Will be to take care of 8S many
Convention guests at PhHadelphia as they had
original.ly planned.
. ,. .
politics was too chief topic of dis-
cussion behind the scenes during the Republican
National Committee meeting here last Taft
and both had strong , support , among the
visiting Committeemen, with the edge going to
Taft, while Stassen and Warren had les8
There was also considerable talk t:egarding tM
possibilitv of General Eispnhower becomint! a can-
didate. This was, of course, before tbe General's
announcement last Friday that he was not available
from The Dayton News
irEACHER QUALIFICATIONS
To the Editor of The News:
' What's all the blow-up a-
mong teachers about now? Are
paia for teaching ur
children now or for some col.
lege work they might have done
in the distant past? When I en-
tered my children in school I
didn't mquire , whether their
Iteachers had degrees or not, but'
I did visit often enough to find
lOut whether they were being
taught as they should be.
lt was only after seeing art-
icles in the paper that I discover-
ed ',that two of the best teachers
my older son has, have no de-
grees. He respects and admires
these teachers above some of
his others and he is learning
from them. '
Are we taxpayers paying for
our children'S educatlOn or are'
we paying for the education of
their teachers? , A teacher Is
borri, not made, and all the de-
grees in the world wouldn't give
her the knack of putting know-
ledge across to our children.
, Let the disciples of colleges
give their classroom neighbor , a
break. Let her be paid for the
job she is and not accord-
109 to the they've had.
Dayton. . PARENT.
, "
All t 948 Ohio seed oats
should be-trea-ted for smut pre-
vention before being planted .....
A clinic on concrete tile mak-
ing will be held at Ives Hall,
Ohio State University, February
13 -14. Tile makers' can ha ie
samples tested during the meet.
ing.
The Poultry . Disease Labora
tory 800 cases of poultry dis-
ease in its first year of opera-
tion at Ohio State University.
Newcastle disease Is sp'readin
in the state and there is no :
remedy for that di'sease, but ef-
forts are being made to develop
a vaccine. Coccidiosis and fowl
paralysis, cause the ' greatest
poultry losses. Sanitation and
the' isolation of birds clJ't
disease losses. '
Ohio farmers reports
of the use of 2,4-0 to kill weec!s
in small should remem
ber that cash areas fre-
quently have a much
weed problem than Ohio doe .
The Lord's Prayer is not, as
some fanCYi ' the easiest, the
most natura of an (levout ut-
terances. It may be committed
to memory qUIckly, ' but it is
slowly learned by neart.
-Maurice
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PUT TIME .ON YOUR SIDE WITH
Federal Land Bank
While Administration ieaders have been lining
'up solidly. behind the Marshall Plan to furnish
some seventeen billion dollars of American aid to
sixteen nations in Western Europe during the next
four years, others have been more critical of the
proposal. Included in the list of those who have
suggested otber ,methods by whicb to aid Europe'i\n
recovery were two of America's elder statesmen,
Bernard Baruch and ex-President Herbert Hoover.
It now seems probable that will not com-
mit this countrY to any, foreign aid program for
more than fifteen months, or until J,uly 1st, 1949.
It also -appears likely that the six billi()D $ght
bundred mUllon do!lars requested by the Administra-
tion to run the relief program for the next fifteen
months will be materially reduced. It is also
'that many restrictive and special provisions win
-'lie -written into't'liii-t-egislation to 'protect the Ameri-
can intel'le8t.

'as a candidate for the Presidency and would not
accept the nomination if chosen by the Con.v-ention. -
General Eisenhower's statement was about as defi-
nite a renunciation of Presidential aspirations as
Low Cost - Term LOANS
FOR FUTURE SECURITYDEPENDABILITY
SEE CAl" WRITE
Lebanon National F arni Loan, Lebaaon" Ohio
While little labor is expected' to be
enacted at this' session of Congress, tbere is I!
strong probability the Wage al\d Hour Law will
, be amended to increase the standard minimum wage
he could make without using the exact words of
General William Sherman of Ohio, man years
ago when he said, "I will not accept if nominated,
I will not serve if elected." \
ElLIS H. STURM, .
__ ____________________ PH __ O_NE __ 44 __ 8 __
daughters, ,Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Watkins' son, Dale and daug-h-
ter. Esther Mr. ,and Mrs.
Charles LeMay and children,
the host and hostess.
Mr. and MrS. Burton are, at
present, making , their home
with their g.randarents and Mr..
. ith th.e.
N. C.R.
HOSPITAL OPENS
CLASS .OF SEVENTY
The ' School of Nursinl!: at
the Jewish Aospitat in Cincin-
nati is prepared to admit a cla.s
of seventy student nurses tl 15
fall in an endeavor to do its
full share in the
hortage of nurses, Dr.
David H. Ross, the hosnital's su-
p rintendent, announced today.
"As a J:!o"ni h
1
- ()n"r"""f)" fl"'r
the R'reatest benefit of this com- ,
munity, we must do everything:
possible to train every, qualified
young woman who has anlbi- '
tions to become a nurse. Never
has there 'been a greater need
for young women in this pro-
fession."
Dr. Ross said that youn,e: wo-
men of all re -faifhs are
now being enrolled for the fall
class. '
In an endeavor t
more women to e,nter
nursing, the Jewish hosnital re-
cently increased , salaries for
nurses, Dr. Ross said,
WITTY CQMF.DY
,ON DP&L RADIO
TUESDAY
. Margaret Web I r, famed for
her Shake peuean and
passe9 up the Bard' of
Avon when her choice
for the Dayton Power and Li,g-ht
companyJs Favorite Story radio
.instead the
work of a more' r,ecent play-
Oscar ,Wilde.
Miss Webster's favor-ite ,
"The Importance of BeinR"
Earnest," a \vittv comedy noted
for its neatlY-Dhrased' eDlg'rams
will be presented over WHIO, ' '
Tuesday, FeJ rUJlrY 3, at 9:30
P. m.
Favorite Story ho t Ronald
Colman wilt be supported by :l
cast of featured motion nicture
and radio actors in the radio
adaptation of the Wilde classic.
=
BIGM-
81G M for mulmum yield
OD .u field cropel BIG M
, for market quality!
it'. been that way for
twenty yean. - , -
While our
cern II that of ' supplying
more high-potash-conten't
a CJrowino favorite
fertlliae" for your need .
ev.", fertilizer beadlll the
BIG M br8lld nerforma up
to that reputation because It
, is always made up to hilheat
standards ' . never dOWll to
a price.
, Order notr lrom ,our d .. " , lor 1Prini.
, he,Mlaml Fertilizer
O"ICE IN DAytON. OHIO
. 'ACIORY IN TRElEIN, QHIO
The Mlam, Per'Ui ., Com;,.n" Gl
;ndependen' Millm, ValleF conc.m
undrr dirKt ooerlttion 01 i tll ,_n.
To Sell, ,Trade
Rent, Borrow, USE
CLAS51 E
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wtn' THEATRE
BOB O'REGAN, Owner
WA YNESVDJ.E. OHIO
FEBRUARY 1948
SAT. 31
A thrilling tale of youn
o
' hearts, fast
horses and biR' money, ,
........ It: ...
PAUL cAMPBELL. GLORIA HENRY
Also: Rusty has a son and you have a
'flew thrill.
The .Son of Rusty I
Ted DoMIdIoa, Tom' Powen, ADD
Dar-. '
SUN. 1 MON. 2
Something different I A modern west-
ern all in color, action-packed.
FURY
Burt Lancaater. Lizabeth Scott
AtteDtioa 8OWl .... : See Andy Vari
papa World's Champion in
Smith's "Bowling Tricks"
Also: latest News. .- ,
'WED. 4 THURS. 5
If you're an amateur Sleuth, be a
good sport and donlt sl1lve, ,thi '
mystery ouf. loud for ,your audience
pals. Eerie murder fare.
Corps'e Came C.O.D. ,
with Geol'ge, Brent an'd Joan Blondell
Plus: Wohder Eye Short on camera
lore.

-Mil ton Chase, Far- East
ity, 1S heard on WLW-NBC
"World Front" pr9gram Sundays
&t 12 p.m.,
Tbe WLW staff correspondent
left this coun-
try in 'Novem-
ber. 1944, and
arrived In the
Ph ilippines In
time to accom-
pany Kentucky
and indiana
soldiers at the
38th Dlvislon
tn their Invas-
ion of Luzon MUloD Cbue
Later
s.ransferred to the 37th Dlvll10n
and was among the first to enter
Manila with General Setgh,Uer
and b1a 01)10 DIvision. Chase wu
with tbe Buckeye outfit when it
liberated the Santo' Tomas In-
&ernment camp. the Billbld pris-
on, Cabanl1tuan and Los Banos.
. After a tour of Bataan and
C!lase transferred to
. .
the Navy and was with the fleet
in the Invasion of Okinawa. ' He
also went ashore " with Ernie
Pyle in the invasion ot Ie Shi'ma,
and he was the last correspond
ent to talk to Pyle before be was
killed by a Jap sniper.
In his SO,OOO-mUe tour ot the
Pacific area, Chase !ntervlewed
2,000 servicemen and women
from the ' Ohio ValJey area 01
Kentucky, indiana, ,Ohio and
West Virginia. His stories, broad
cast over WLW, also were pub
lished in several bundred
paper. and were carried by the ,
wire services.
Before joining WL W', new.
stalf six years ago, Chase worked
aD the China Press in Shanghai.
where he covered the first yean
at the Sino-Japanese war in
China,
On the advice of Marine ot-
ficers in China, he left Shanghai
on the last ship from that port.
and was at sea when the Japs
'fl nl hed Harbor,

DESE and DON'TS dlepartmen,l culdest - day III - 1 t)4 ' . 1Ii"ar),
of last wee,k's column. All's Waynesville is for-
: quiet on the westenn front qf that DE 'ERT FURY i
the thea'tre the last f.ew hilled to statt the ball thi
\\ ell, quieter, anyway! ' unday. I ',d like to .e:o on record
When a TWIN bill present s as making- this m first RAVE
man's I est friends. the horse review. Out of a C l1ier's
and the dbg, 'you know you're azine serial by Ramona Stewart,
in f r sincere entertainment. Par. has made a Techni color
That s what youill be thunderholt with a clima than
thi ,Friday and Saturday with will end ou out of the thea-
two Col. pi x on the TWI N tre huntin,g. our fri ends t() teIJ
creen, SPORT OF KINGS an 1 them here's a Ii ture w rth c::X
, ON F RU TY. Gloria Henry periencing. Briefl y. it deal wi,th
and P.aul , Campbell, two up-and- mod, rn around La-
comin,g young stars, wilt thrill New Mexico, and henc
you with a romance built around has all the , acti 11 and punch
the hoofs of race horses ' treamlined versifl n-, om thin.1!:
where big. money sometimes of a Western, out a modern
spells trouble. Odds :are 2 to 1 streamlined version-s
you'll like Sport of Kings. Little_ out of the o-ridnary and ex-
Donaldson stars as canine tremely well done. Mary Astor
master in SON OF plays the owner-boss of a gam-
RUSTY. A drama , conc'ernin,l?: bJinR' establishment, sultry Liza:-
what Ot) in a c::;mall town bet h Scott her
when 'tongues indiscrimin- daughter. John Hodiak is a not- .
ately and nearly rum the reputa- ed racketeer, with Wendell Cor-
tion of a' returnel1 army veteran, ey, a newcomer to pictures who
this story carries a lot of human bears as his partner
interest, ' plus the ma ior inte'rest in crime. Burt Lancaster is the
of watching and that dog Law. This hard-asnails picture
Rusty who, by the way, becomes points a sound moral. The secn-
a\ family man in this opus. ery is breath in beaut y
of SUNDAY .MAT- and color. You'll see the NEWS
INEESag,tlm (I'm to get (WB) on this bill"and of special
, this notice across if mr interest should be Pete' Smith's
freeze on the which short BOW LIN G TRICKS
they're just ,about on this (MGM). All you Waynesville

The Miami Gazette Page 6
Waynesville, Ohio No. 4353
Thursday, January 29, 1948
bowlers come see how w0rld"
champion Andy Varipapa doe .. '
it. , The is ' Andy's 3
alley hot. knocking down tht!
7 pin in the J ft all ey, -th t (I
pin in the alley, and II
strike in' the middl e alley. All
with one ball!! I f you don't b -
lieve me, ',ee for yourself that
and oth r en -ati onal sh ts by
Varipap. (Attl'n'tion Mr. Mul-
ford and all other Waynesville
I30wlers - Thi bowling
goes with the normal admi sion.
What a bargain!)
On Wed. and Thurs. Col.
pr ents a murder drama uper-
ior to others in it ' THE
CORPSE CAME C. O. D. Joan
Blondell, always pert and ,Q'ool1
to look at, mafthe wit. with
George Brent. They r rival
newspaper reporter wh even-
tually discover the killer. I
think the solution of the ,
will surprise yqu. Not easy to fi -
.!ture Qut, I'm .glad to ay, thru .
the scenes packed with action,
excitement, and comedy. From
a novel by Jim'mie Starr. the
murder plot involve an actl' SS,
a publicity director,. and a cos-
tume deSigner. Supporting cast
twiN LENSES
by
FOX HOLLY
theatre at the evening attra'c-
tion . So-THANKS tol your ,
coc/ peration ( ecretly, I'm
pI ed as a i f with a fat hqnc
t see that the olumn'
read). And whil e \V ' re in th
another big
UNDAY MATINEB AT
TWIN THEATRE, WAYNES-
VILLE, starting- n xt UNDA V,
lFeh. 1 t. C RTAIN 2 :30 p.
m. Ticket ffice opens at ::!: 15
p. m., and since ther will h hut
on c mplete ' h w ach Sun-
day afternoon, patron are ad-
vised to come early and a v id
any part of the bill.
, Headlining thi n ws t .Y Ll
today at th'e request of the ..
TwiN manag;ement, who i a
grateful as your columni t to
all who expressed them elves re-
' g:arding- the Sunda,y matinee
venture. We were delighted hv
he_'response. The
can only serve you IF y'ou c<?m
out and speak your mmd,
which you' did. ,According to
Bob O' Regan, TWIN ' oWl)er, it
is to be hoped that all children
will take full advantaR;e of these
Sunday. matinees. The owner
also pomted out that parents
can ea' ily "en.trtJ,st ' their child-
ren to his care during- these mat-
, inees and then avail themselves
of the peace anO Quiet of the
J.NOME TAX

Call
c. E. MICHENER
Phone 2926 '
h .... rl ' - and - :fl ow r Il U ine ,
thank, 1 ,for ' th att nti on
aPt arently beinl!: paid t ' the
You fit into any social pic '
tur,e when' your spotlessly clean
suits, topcoats and hats pro-
claim you as a person of fasti-
dious good taste. Try us and
let us prove it! ,
AMBUlANCf
PHONE
2111
WE KEEP IN MIND WHEN
SERVING a bereaved family
that what we do, will . be loh,g-
remenibered:
Years , of 'experience has
taught us how tQ be careful, lest ,
this memory be marred by mis-
takes or ,oversights. '
MeCLU'RE
WOME
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WAY N E 5 V ILL E. 0 H I 0
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DOCTOR
diM"
",itt:\.
Stuartfrwin
Barbara Wooddell
William Wright
OUN lERl
IIIIA
Hobart Cavanaugh
'ADMISSION BY, TICKET ONly
. ,If you .don't have or 'need more ASK US FOR
Valley Bardware
7 :30 - February 2, 1948
SPRING VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL AUD1TORIUM
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Page 7, The Miami Gazette
Waynesville, Ohio NOj 4353
Thursday, January 29.
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as excellent as the stars.' hort
with this pix is WONDER EYE
(UA), which will .l?,'ive you carn-
'era enthusiasts 'olue new idea
on unusual shot (not the
varietyJ. .'
Good News Dept. The Boy
and Girl Scouts report coopera-
tion of the townspeople on the
MARCH OF DIMES campaign
in tlJe lobby of the TWIN
THEA THE. However, a cause
such .as this can ne.ver be over-
subscribed. Keep this in mind
tonight and tomorrow. Still two
mor.e days to do your part be-
fore the drive ends.
BAD NEWS DEPT. Due to
the children admissions now be-
inK federal taxed (sam'e as
adults have been), . .! re will be
a slight increase to a 14c total
for children, effective Sunday,
Feb. 1. 1948. , No III
. adult prices.
That does it for this week.
ROMANCE OF ROSY RIDGE
(Van ending its sec-
nd night at the theatre
which you the public say i
good, according to last
attendance. And don't forget
(here I,}({o again) MATINEE
UNDAy at 2:30 P. M. (re.
gular show as usual Sunday
'night - 7 & 9).
Ohio poultrymen have 'founc1
. ways to avoid part of the heavy
disease losses of layers wh ich
thr:eatened the poultry industry
several years ago but . till lost:
10 per cent or more of the bi nt
ea,ch season.
D-Kanlas admitted to
Union, 1861
__ Monitor launched. 1862.
:II-lames G Blaine bom,
F;i
It 1830 '
;;w.' FEBRUARY ,
'1\. I - U.S. laltes possessIon of
' Guam 1899
2-Ground HOQ Day
qvar us .
' - ;'
Temtory created,
1809
4-lnterstate (;ommerce a(:1
passed 1887 "IOU r ,,, ...
. ' Use The Aliunanac To
Check The Weather
But Use
. GAZEITE CLASS If hill
, ADS
, To Buy, Sell, Rent,
Loan, Borrow.
Any Time of The Year
AUCTIONEERING
STANLEY And KOOGLER
BROKERS LI'CENSE
For 0,,+118. p'honll 2M94 Wavnesviile.
, Ohio. R.venae Cha;'Ae8
ANNOUNCING !!
WASHING MACHINE
. SERVIa-
Sherwood'
Sales & Service has added
to its staff a
washing mac,hine mechan-
,k. We are the
same prompt, efficient ser-
vice on machines
that our cllt't0mers are ex- ,
periencinr wlth ('ur
eration service.
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PROBATE Estate of Ida L. Preston, dec'd,
Ed Preston adn:tinistra-
tor.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Robert Ryerson, %1, Lebanon,
machine operator, Th>r-is Lyst Jef-
fery, 16, Lebanon'.
Estate of William Carson, dec'd,
administratrix to sell personal
property.
Estate 'of Davis, dec'd,
Everett I Runyan, administrator
filed first and final '
Estate of George J. S ith, dec'd,
David Ralph Smith appo nted ex-
ecutor.
Estate of Emma , Stewart, dec'd.
Edith Crawford executrix, ' estate
exempt ' from inheritance tax.
Estate " of Ethel M.
dec'd, James Montjoy, administra-
tor, inventory hearing set for Feb
24 at 10.
Estate of Clarence Justus, dec'd,
Cora Lee administratrix:
invento heari,ng set for Fepruary
5 at 10.
Estate of Leroy S. Conover,
dec'd, Vivian York, administrator
inventory approved. ,
Estate ,of Effie I. Conover, dec'd,
Stanley ,Conover executor in-ven-.
tory ,approved.
John Paul Shotwell, Frank
lin, accounting clerk, Lillie Mae '
Powell, 17, Franklin.
NEW SUITS
Pauline Bard VB. ' Be'rt Barl\
divorce, gross neglect, Maple and
Maple.
Estate of Firman Schwartz,
dec'd, Pearl and Adah Schwartz,
executrices inventory hearing set
for Feb. 3 at 10.
Estate of Marion Chapman,
Delpha Chapman appointed
admini tratrix bond with
sureties in sum of $11,000.
Estate of Rudolph St. John,
Jewell St. John ' administratrix
inventory approved.
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In the matter of t e appolOtment
COMMON PLEAS
Alice Gilmour vs. Ralph Gilmour,
div()rce ' t() plaintiff, to
plaintiff, defendant to pay plain-
tiff sum of $55 twice each morith
for support of minor children.
Estate of John C. Butt, dec'd,
Dan and Arthur Butt, executors
inventory hearing set for Feb. 3 at
10; application filed for ,certificate
of transfer of real
Estate of J osepb H. Tonnes,
dec'd, Mary Diehl appointed 'ad-
ministratrix glvmg bond with
sureties in Bum of $4,000.
, Estate of Bacon, dec'd,
Robin Scholl, ap-
plication for certificate of trans-
f er of real estate.
of a Matron for tlie Warren County
Jail, appointment of E1la
ton as Jail Matron approved.
Estate of Charles H. Holaday,
dec'd, gross value of estate is
1$26,980.91.
Burnside vs. Martha
Ellen Burnside, a minor, Charters
D. Maple appointed guardian ad
litem.
Estate of Jacob J. Vanderbrink,
SI'., dec'd, Jacob, Jr. and Charles
Vanderbrink administrators, in-
ventory hearing set for Feb. 10 at Estate of Harry Trovillo, dec'd
t
Laura Trovillo administratrix in- '
ventol'Y ,heal'ing set for February
13 'at 10.
REAL ' ESTATE TRANSFERS
' Finley and Tinci'e. Hall to Prank
and Caroline Ferris, 179.09 acres
in Deefield twp.
10.
'
, Enrique Luaces vs. Herschel
Stiles, defendant granood 30 days
additional time to file motion, ' de-
murrer, answer or otherynse plead. '
Estate of Alonzo 'McPeek, dee'd,
Mae Williams administratrix filed
final account. Estate of Tillie Donnell, dec'd,
'Charles Waggoner, executor inven-
tory hearing set for February 13
at 10.
Monroe and Bertha Ousley to
Alfred and Loraine Utz, 4 aCNlS
in Clearcreek twp.
Estate of Mary A. Comptpn,
dec'd, Pauline Tullis, executrix,
filed final account.
Howard and Vina Purkey to
J.mm.ing"
. wrena.
3 Unions Block Labor Peace Refuse Wage Boost
,
.
Already Accepted by UI Other Railroad Unions!
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi- .
neers, Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire-
men and Er:-ginemen and the Switchmen's
Union of North America, representing
125,000 railroad employes, have refused
to accept the offer of the Railroads of a
wage increase of 15M cents an hour.
This is' the same increase awarded
1,000,000 employes by gn
board in September, 1947.
,This is the same increase by
175,000 conductors, trainmen and switch- ,
men by agreement on 14,
Agreements have been made WIth
I,J 75,000 emQ.loyes, represented by nine-
teen. unions. But these three unions, rep-
resenting only 125,000 men, are trying to
get, more. ' They are demanding also many
new working rules not embraced in the
settlement with the, conductors and train
men . . :-
,
Incidentally, the Switchmen's Union of
North America represents only. about 7%
of all railroad switchmen, the other 93%
being represented by the BrotherhOQd of
Railroad Trainmen and by the
settlement with that union
Strike Threat
The leaders of these three unions spread a
strike ballot while negotiations were still
in progress. This 18 not a secret vote but is
taken by union leaders and votes are
signed by the employes in the presence
of union representatives.
When direct negotiations failed, the
leaders of these three unions refused to
jo_in the railroads in asking the National
Mediation Board to attempt to settle the
dispute, but the Board took jurisdiction
at the request of the carriers and has been
. earnestly attempting since November 24,
1947, to about a eettlelD8Jlt. The
.Board on January 16, 1948, announced
ita inability: to reach a m8fiiatioD settle- '
mente The leaden of the uniona
the request of the Mediation Board to -;
arbitrate. The railroada accepted.
What Now?
The Unions having refused to arbitrate,
the Railway Labor Act provides for th
appointment of" a BId-finding oard. by '
the President. , '
The railroads 'feel it is due shippers,
passenge1'8, employes, stockholders, and
the 'general public to know that
out these negotiations and in mediation,
they have not only elterted every effort to
reach a fair and reasonable settlement,
but they have also met every requirement
of the Railway Labor Act respecting the
negotiation, mediatio:n, and arbitration of
labor disputes. ' , .
It se-ems unthinkable that these three unions,
representing less than llO per eent 'or railroad
employes, and those among the higbest paId,
can successfully maintain tbe threat or a par.
alylin strike a al terest oC the eA-
lre,country-a'nd 'against 90 per cent of their
fellow employes.
threat ,of a strike cannot justify grant.'
ing mOI'c favorable co ... ditions to 125.000,em-
ployes than have already been put in elfcct
for 1,175,0 JO, nor will it after the opposilion
of the railroads to unwarranted wage ' in-
neases or to changes in working rules which
are not jus tiflp.d. '
A gJance at the box shows what .employes
represented by the Engineers and Firemen
make. are among 'the highest paid
' . the ranks of labor in the United States. if,not
the highest.
Compare these wages with what you make!
1141 Arm .. "",
1131 Anrl" 191,1 Ama" lull&l wllll15Vz
luul Eanlnp ADlII,1 (arnl .. s Cnts,.' ........
Here,is a comparison of '''' II .Ieft
average annual earn- ENGINEERS
inga of imd '
firemen for r939 Road F,eight . ... , ... . , ,$3,966
war) and le.t7. AJso (Local and Way)
shown is what 1947 Road Passenger ........ 3;632
earninS8 would have Road Freight (Through). 3,147
been if tbe153-i cents Yard , , . . , , ... . ...... ,. 2,749
$6, 126
5,399
4,684
4,081
$6,757
6,025
5,169 '
4,539
per hour ' increase, uf- FIREMEN
fend br the railroada Road Freight. . . . . ... 2,738 4.688 5,268 an'd rej ected by the (Local and Way) ,
union leaders, bad t.m Road P8asenger. . . . . . . . 2,732 4,544 5,166 in eifect throughout the Road Freight ' (Through) , 2,069 , 8,891
entire 'year 1947. Y8ld ........ 1,962, 3,136 3,553
Railroad W8.1ee colmputed &om Interstate Commerce Commission Statement M300.
Full year 1947 OD baaI8 of actual figures for first eight months.
",
faster Dperation. Sturdy con
struction, overload protec-
tion, LDW priced. ,Banta 1m ..
t Co. LebanDn. Phol1e

CLA&8IFIED AD ,RATE"
PER WORD MIN,IMUM 2Ic
I TIM E8 MORE, 1/3 OFF
REAL ESTATE
DON'T FORGET TO CALL
us for Insurancc. All types of
Insurance at a savings. Can
Francis Gene Brown, phone
\Vaynesville 2935 or call
collect. 21 t 1
Real Eatate'For 5.1_
U' YOU SA VB A PROPJIRTY OR
PARY TO SBLL OBD or Wrtte
. Don Bendenon . Tel. K"tM. 81'1
Lorain Aft .. Oblo. tie
PAPERHANGING-
Call at Allen's in Corwin.
, J. H. Rainey. -123
,HAY FOR SALE
zoo BALES -- Mixed Hav for
Sale. M. E. Brooks, 2 mi. out
on Bellbrook - Wa nesville
Rd. -25
PEED MIXING '
Farmers' Want to grind and
.ix your own feecI? YDU can
do' it with the new
Roughag-e mill. 'Your feeding"
costs" reduced. Y utilize
your own grains and rough-
ages to make balanced ra-
tions. Savings soon pays fDr
mill. See one in operatiDn or
ask for a demDnstration.
Banta Inplem'ent CO'. Leo-
anDn. Phone ,
BED '
,FOR SALE - Antique Cherry
PDster Bed. Olas. C. Cook,
Waynesville, Ohi'o. -129
,
-> __ NOTICE.-
My Barber ' ShDp will be ' Closed
,-frDm Feb. 9 to Feb. 27 for
vacation.
. ,C. Lee Hawke. -' 25
DOG LOST
LOST OR STRAYED-Hound,
Black Brown and White,
Female, 4 DId. Answers
to' name of Queen.
Phone 25,36. Mrs. J. L. Ken-
riclc. ' .
MANURE LOADERS
John Deere Manure Load-
er. For John Deere A and
B Tractor. Less' weight on
front end of tractor. Line '
,power to fo,r.k or bucket tor
"I' I ,. .
FOR SALE-HAMMER Ml1J.S
John Deere Hammer Mills,
thr.ee sizes 6, 10, 14, inch.
with or without traveling
' feed table. Grind faster with
Jess power. SDld on trial.
Banta Implement Co. ; Leb-
anDn, PhDne SS S.
Is YOUf Trattor Sluggish?
DOES IT LACK
Remedy it Now by Having:
1 Valves reseated.
2: Rings installec1.
3. Carburetor cleaned and
adjusted.
4. Magneto tested and serv-
iced.
WHERE? At Dur modern John
Deere Service ShOfJ.
We are equIpped to handle
all tune-up and overhaul jDbs
on . your tractor and related
equipment.
Our mechanics are Deere
trained to' g-ive cDmblete and
cDmplete and RORafi htar
competent service on your trac-
.
Only geniune John Oeere
Parts used.
They duplicate the original.
Reasonable Shop Rates- ' '
, Work Fully Guaranteed
Visit Dur sh013 and arrange
for your tune up or overhaul
SDon. Avoid. the, Spring rush.
We stock a complete line of
repairs for all John Deere toots. '
Check your needs now and g-et.
YDur repairs early.
Itanta Implement COe
Quality John Deere
Lebanon. Phone 555
AMBULANCE SERVICE
The Stubbs Funeral Home an-
nounces that in. spite Df the fact
the recent automobile accident
in which Mr. Stuhb . was invol-
ved wrecked his ambulance
he is now .fully equipped
to' . handle all ambulance call as
uSl!al. Telephone 229'1 for thi
service. '
.. Court 'f/ewd
Russell and Osborn, 2 lot
in Corwin.
and Minnie Stewart 'to
Philip, alld Ne11ie 11.50
acres in Clearcreek twp.
. Mo.-e' than -members of the Boy America
\\ ill. Boy Scout Feb .. 6th to 12th, marking the 38th
:mmversary of the organazatlon. ThIS year Boy Scouts are empha-
izing conse.rvation of and natural resources, plantlnr rardens.
safety fire prevenboJ', .. orne repairs and personal health check- :
lIl) Scouhng IlrOmotes world peace throurh World Jamborees 'ami
amOrt.1f 42 nations with 4,_09,780 memliers. Through
Its Friendship Fund or voluntary ' ,gl,ts the Boy Scouts of
America helps Scouts overseas to re.build their units. &0 far, more
t han 3,000 tons equipment have been shipped. Above is the '
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Thursday, January 29, 1948
and Ora Cook, 10 acres in frank-
lin twp.
Floyd and Julia TUrner to Willi, .
and Bertha Howard., lot in Frau-
lin. .
James and Millie to An-
drew Jaekson, Jr. and Virgie Lee
Yeazel, lot in Avalon
and Edith Houston to Her-
schel Toney, 0.75 ACres in
twp.
Anna Miller to Marie Sloan et
aI, 114.76 acres in Franklin twp.
Chlora and Floyd. Morgan to
Floyd Morgan, 2 lots in Fredricks-
burg . .
D. Wade and E. Louise Turnet to
William lA>uise Gimbel, lot in
Waynesville.
, Audrey Easter to R. Marion and
Charlotte Snyder. lot in
Arthur and Elizabeth Butt to
Dan Butt, 177.75 acres in Frank-
lin twp.
Ben Browning to John Brown irig,
1.97 acres in South Lebanon.
Leslie and Nancy Caudill to Le-
roy and Clara Peyton, 11.41 acres
in Massie twp.
Addi'e Yost to Kenneth Williain
Yost, 5 lots in Loveland Park.
W. H. and Patricia to
Vernon and Pearl Starke, 0.117
acres in Lebanon.
WANTED
DBAD STOCK
official poster mark,ing the Scout birthday. . -,.
, ' , COWS - $20.00
Lawrence. Ward to Elizabeth Edith Thompson, 1.16 _M! HORSES - ' $20.00
. M ' '11 H '1 . r,wt.--
Ward, 2 lots In ameVl e. ami ton twp. . Ace.rdln, t. Siz. a Condition
Shafter and Vi()la Helton to Willie and Anna Belle Butler to - -=--A so, 'A1.SMA' .L STO"CK
Eldridge and .Elvira , Johnson, lot , G. B. Sr., Alice and G. B .. Jr., But- REMOVED . PROMPTLY
in South Lebanon. ler, lot in South Lebanon. ,Phone .
William Irvin, Jlr . Trustee to .Charles t1rton to Char'es Train- XENIA WILMINGtON
Clarence and Emml!l Koehne/ 260- eMl'orarnodw.Gerald Mengle, 2 lots in .1712 2362
. 91 acres in 'Deerfield twp.
Dorothy Hudson " to' Hud- Alton and Ada Cope to George
son, lot in Franklin. .: . ____ ______ .. ,----.-..-,-".-.,. :.
Rev.,.. Char,a,
Ernest Snider to Romie and I
I B,acktop Driveways
' R 0 ad o i J a. n d Ta r Applied

and Driveway Recoating
NOTICE . .
Notice is g.iven that
navid Ralph.,Smith whDse Post
Office address" is Waynesville,
Ohio has been; duly, appointed
as Executor" cjf the Estate of'
J. Smith late Df Warren
County, OhJD, deceased.
B. B. STBOlJD
, .
Beautim11-Room Modern,
Dated thiS 19th day of Jan-
1948.
A. Anderson, Atty.
. Ralph H. 'Carey' ,
of the PrDfjate CDurt
Warren County, . Ohio.
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I .
NORRI$ &ROCK ,COMPA'NY
Cinci,nnati Union ' StOCk V.rd.
Live Wir, and Progr iv An
orQflnizatilon Moond ' to no" .
Strlctlv II.r. on ' the beat
.11 .round market in the
country.
SERVICE THAT SATI_,E.
wmo Dayton 12: 30 E. S. -T.
DlallHO. WLW OlaciDlla.t.1
12: 40. DtaJ , . r-or '0. Dan,..
'\'" 'ket R.-rt.
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Oil . burning furnace, lavo'ratDry Dn first f1o'or, 3 be,drooms
and' sleeping porch and bath Dn secDnd fun
-recreation rDom, lot 80x200, all carpetmg, venlttan bhnds
and drapes. LDcated on Main Waynesvme,. OhiO'. A
gDlden DPP9rtunity to pUfchase a marvelDus home. For
appDintment .
F. T. MARTIN. Auctioneer ,
Centerville 7021 ' 703 Commercial Bldg., Dayton
Adams 3881
WE PAY FOR
. ,
COWS $23; HOGS $7
.
, , .
ACCORDING TO SIZE AND CONDITION

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LDANON 0ffIee ".
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It Says-
Here
By Smitty
-
The Miami _Recent . Miami. U.Graduate:
G 1\ . Z' E T T E Named As Histo?
Double Funeral Held
ed her dutie on Monday as SERVING WAYNE'6VIL.L.E SINCE '850
Tl,ere' a new 'g-ame that is
popular in Waynesville;
It can be played by any
of people, and it seem to faSCI-
nate all who try it.
,
' - hislory .I! vernmem teacher
For Mother and
,
t.J 111mg t e va.canc,, e t l V t e WAYNESVILLE, OHIO THURSDAY, <FEBRUARY 5, 1148
f Wade Turtl t: r on
_ _ _ _____ Januar y 16.
,Miss- Fant was R" radu:tted last
wr.e,k from Mi ami U liversity in
(Jxford with a. of l3ach-
elor of cience in Education.
Her maj or ubjects were history
and w:th minors In
speech and s ia1 . science.
8 Scouts Face Board Mrs. Carl Lacy Is
Of Review Tonight Buried at Hamilton
,
The g-ame IS called II
the new edit or' s ear. ' So far
as 1 can 'ee, ever ' player makes
,up his own ru1 s for the, Kame,
but there are a st andard
patterns.
Players fall into tWQ main
divisions. Some know what ,the
ed,itor shduld think, and some
want to kno\v what he thinks.
A third group is picking- up
speed and inay soon outnumber
the, others, howeer. The ' thirct
well be called the
Inside Tipsters," for they have
a special bit of advice to -Impart
on .bow somebody or some it
uatton oUR;ht to be handled. '
Wa.yne ville' B, y Scout ervices were- held Tuesday
Troop 40 will an earl y tart afte rnoon in Hamilton for Mrs.
for Boy Scout WI? ' k by holding Bes ie M. Lacy, who died sud-
a -Board- of Revi c\\- es ion to- - de nl y in her lio_me in Waynes-
night for ad vanccl11 ent as fol ville last Thursday afternQon at
Funeral servi es were held at
2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at
Lebanon for Thom.as E. Smith
of Route 2, Waynesville, and for
his mother, Mrs. Martha. Smith
of Lebanon. Both were buried in
the same lot at Clarksville Cem-
etery. Services were conducted
by the Rev. M. G. Mittelstedt
o"{ tebanon.
It is hoped to organize a
... 1 -ch cia 3 .It the -(' hool Lo
h l' taught ,' I) s ;::l111.
lows:
the age f 52, '
'I h..: q ' v h('nle is
, I It, i m near Ham:" -n. SiiC
i, .! w '? jnl el of t!1 ; J':ational
Honor Societ :,
Jack J ame' and E3i11 Davis to Mrs. Lacy was the wife of
,he reviewed for First Class. Carl Lacy, operator of the Lacy
Bill Stubbs, Bob Kenrick, 'butcher shop on Main Street.
Thomas Smith died at 4 ,;1. Iil_
last a few hours after
bein'R; taken -to the Middletown
Hospital from Mi'amisburg. His'
mother, who had been seriously
ill for some time
l
died on, Thurs-
day witnout knowledge
of her son s death.
The hirinK-of Miss Fant ,was
acted upon f aN )rablv at the
reR;ular (i f the School
Board on Monday evening. ' At
the same time the! resi gnation
of Mr. Turner was formall y ac-
cepted . .
Not that an -editor to
, hied. to havin", his ear bent,
Sl 111 11g as the otber part v
doesn't p: rind an axe ' on it. The '
,lI; ame i the best way I have
of acquainted with you
,J n aers, and the more of you
I know, the more I can try to
r 1:1 ke the Gazette what YOll
\' ' :1 nt.
, This i a notice t tho c wil t)
h -, 't tried the yet: It's
'lin, free, and it's less tir_-
inJ!" than pi,nochle or rumm . . If
it ),[ets- too popular, thae will
have to be some rul es
in the form of deadhnes. So keep
I :aying it fair, and 1' \1 do ' tht'
e.
_ i
. , , at do I mean tiy "playing
, it fair?" ,That's simple - just
rememh r that I some' imes
1', :th enrs bent on the same-sub-
ject. ear 'gets pulled .arOlin i
forward 'an the- other, !ret
pushed back- flat - . th e
skutt, so to_ speak. The advice
01'1 one side doesn't ag'Jee with
the advice on the other. That"
when it may hurt a tittle but
those who are fair wah t
mad. That- dQesn"t pay an, "
hody. ,

World D t v Prayer
To Be Observed Here
The Waynesville ,Council of
Chl:tfcll Worn en amt-W:-C.
U. have, united in an
ohservance of the World Day
of Prayer, Friday, Feb. 13, in
the Frienos Meeting House be-
,e:inning at 10 a. . '
The program win mch.lde ad-
dresses by Mrs. Fenton O. Fish
, of, Columbus, director of the
Women's Department of the,
Ohio Council of Churches; Mrs. ,
Irene M. J,...ane, president of
Warren W. C. T. U.,
'and Mrs. C. R. Frasier; of
Waynesville. '
ihere will be an otfering
taken, which will be sent to
Church World Services for use
in' an educational program for
migrant workers in the United
Sta\.Cs. "
A. cordial invitation is giveh
to all interested to a.ttend the
,service and especially to women
of all churche ,of Warren
County.
,
Each one attendin,g- . is asked
to bring one articJe of food, two
' sandwiches and - table service
for the covered dish dinner at
the noon hour.
Dr., and Mrs. A. E. Stout and
daughter entert;tined to Sunday
dil11ner at the Smith Tea
Room Mr. and Mrs.. George
Waltz qf Dayton and MISS Zane
Mae
.Jerry Rusl" Peter Keys, Jim - The' afternoon of her_ death
Jordan, and GeoJ'J!"e Hartsock .Mrs. Lacy had left the -
to be reviewed . for Second -shpp' about 4 P. m. to go home.
Class. .
She was found abO-lit two. hours
Dwig-ht - Michener for the later by Robert O'Regan, an
Pork Production, and Poultry occupant of the same house. She
Keeping Merit Badge. , - was rushed by ambulance to
At a Board of 'Review ses- to Miami Valley Hospital, where
sion, three members of th o she \vas pronounced dead. _
Troop -Committee ' meet pri- , In addition to her husband,
vatelv with each boy and the 'She is survived , by a sister, Mrs.
Scoufmaster. Later the earned Addine Elbert of Los Angeles,
are formally presented Calif., and a brother, George
at a Court of Honor , which Krucker of Hamilton.
\\' ill be open to the public. Friends paid' their last res-
Mrs. Smith was the widow of
Aaron Smith of near Waynes-
viUe. She died at the home of
a daughter, Mrs. Tatman, in
Lebanon, where she had, been
living. -
Tl10mas was -the fourth , of
Mrs. Smith' s _12 children to pass
away. Six brothers and two sis-
ters survive. He was a vet ran
of World War II and had heen
employed at-the Radar Corpora ,
ti on in
To mark Boy Scout Week, peets at the McClure Funeral
Fel ruary 6 to 12, -l'roop 40 is Home on Saturday evening and
' window displays in the SundflY Frn,al serv- . OFFICER pF NATIONAL
Fairley and Hrman Store win- ices were held at 2 p. m. Tues- COUNCIL TO PREACH
,
ds'?coWu -St's t'hthee anl'n
o
u
ca
al1 at t.he Webb Funeral Home AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH 111 Hamtlton, followed by burial
- Scout on . GI'U.J}.wood C-ometery there'. ' ! _r. Nex.f;Sunday, 8, the at the
Rev. Clifford L. Samllelson of dletown. ' -, I _
New York City will celebrate the
t[e High School Choir Plus'
troop extends a welCome to all ' 0 It" E I, I -. Ma y's Epis.c1;l.pal Church' between 12 and 14 to join per. a m arfY Samuelson is associate
10 Its- prog,ram and the, The Higll Scho@1 G: hoi'r ,will secretary of the Division , of
Monday , meet- r.resent a musical operetta., Dom:estlc Missions of the Na- lJ,!gs m the - caban behmd the 'Oh. Dodor !7" in early April. tional Council of the Protestant
school. . The settinR; is somewh,ere east Episcopa.1 Church.
. !ttembers-of Troop 40, III ad- of the Rio Grande, and not far
10 the. ones w.ho Will be from the border separating- Mex- CREECH AND CANADIANS
.tomght, are Bob' Mor- ico from the United Stales. Her(! INVOLVED IN SKIDDJNG
DaVid Harm-ock, Bob Hast- is - a famous sanitarium and CRASH AFTER SNOWfALL , angs, and Bob Hunter. spring owned and operated by
Dr. Drinkwater, a pompous an I Waynesville's 'first victim of
GREEN C. PURKEY
Green C. Purkey' died at his
home in Corwin last Friday at
3 : 15 Q. m. and was buried Mon-
day afternoon in Miami Ceme-
tery after ' services in the Free
Church at 1 :30 p_
m. '
Mr. Purkey-was 65 years old.
,He is survived by his wife, Lu-
clnda; two rs, M (s.
Gertrude Smith of Sand Gap,
Ky. ,ancl Mrs. Golaey Welch
of Oregonia; three sons Homer
Purkey of Sand Gap, and Con-
rad ,artd Purkey, both
Of Waynesvll1e. There are 'also
18 grandchildren.
Ar-rangements were handled
the Stubbs Funeral Home.
' self-opinionated ,man ,vito dis-- the snowstorm is -Ralph Creech,
owned his only son _because he who suffered a cut forehea.d and
married an actress. a up when his car col
The charact,ers were Iided with a Canadian car on
elected by five who Route 42 n'ear Lebanon vester-
Rraded each character for the day morning-., _ _ _
-role, the p-erson a former mechanical
R"rade after the - five adjudica helper. f9 r The Miami Gazette,
tions were together re- was dnv1l1g- toward
ceiving jhe part. ' ' when the 'Car in -front of him
Doctor Drink water, Prop hegan to, slide on the snowy sur-
of Drinkwater- Sanitarium, Dan- face. He applied his brakes and
!ly rs. Weakly, Pat- skidded. At the same time the
lent 111 SanItariUm, Bon'me, Sat- Canadian car, gain!! towa.rd
terthwaite; Mrs . . Crossly; Patient Lebanon, also skidded. Neither
in Sanitarium, Phy.llis Burnett; driver was to blame, sheriff's
Doetor SJauR"hter, Doctor at the aides said. .' '
Sanitarium., Jack Tinney; Doc- Creech's car l1ad consider
tor Coffin, Doctor at the Sani- ahl e -dam,aJ!"e to the (roni end.
tarium, Vi.c Thompson ; Doc- Th'e other car a 1"947 Stude--
tor! Coffin, Doctor at the Sani- haker driven by A. J. C. Taylor
tanum., Dale Dakin; Rainbow, of Grisby; Ontario, had its -left
, Colored servant at Sanitarium, caved in. Mr. Taylor and hi'
Don Rye; BeSSie, Maid at th-e Wife were trea-ted for minor
Sanitarium, Baily; Hon- and stayinJr In Lebanon
S
-
, or, to be Glory until theIr car can be repaired.
'n' OW ' bound' Drinkwater, Norma Pumilf - They were on the way to Florida , . ' . Pancho. Mexican Cowboy, for a vacation. -
Wa ton Jones ; Philip, Ranch
Ville faced lob of ,digging Owner, Bob Hastings ' Jim
out .from under -an from Philip's Ranch " Olyde
snowfall. For th Se who looked Smallwood; Old ' Timer from
up the trees, iV lth' {l white Philip's Ranch, Don Baird,- Bob
coating outlininR,' ev n the Glory' Fiancee, Ken Vickers:
smflllest twig, - It wa a prett y - Cynthia, Frances Whitaker:
spectacle. But -for others who Madam Chere, Euia Hoak ' Man:
had to look down at the bus- uel, Mexi ean Rustier, Po-
iness. end ' of a now shove! , it' \ ell; Gl ory, Glory Drinkwater
was lust another me sy day. ,Betty Campbell; -The P.ilgrim':
For the it wa a Warren SheeJian; The Goddess
holiday, for tne schools did not Mary Ann Burton-; First Nymph:
open. They bad no trouble 0 10 Dancer, Bettv Thomas'
their from e , Tumble on, G:
lessons to snowbaU;ug, how- Wilkerson, Sue Furnas Betty
ever.
Satterthwaite.' .
VOLUNTEERS' PENSION
Attorney. ,General Hugh S
Jeo_kins, the past 'week'
volunteer ' and
time who, prior to the
effective date of the new police
a1'!d firemen's pension ' law, con-
tnbu,ted two per cent of their
earnangs to a firemen's relief
and_ pensi(,ln fund, are required
under .the new law, to, contri-
bute four per cent of the ir earll-
ings to the firemen' s pension
fund and are entitled to the
benefits of the , pension law.
The board ,tl 50 voted to hire
Russell Thoml"' n as (I," ccond
substitute bus ltri ver.
' A sp'ecial . f the
board will he h ltl "n Vv',edne -
day f hmary (1, to
a pr p('lsal for
one or two new school buses,
l1l':\ to plan tIc ,tlting which
", I1 11 !..t I .. : .. \ _ : rv if that -te)
i
'
COUNTY METHODIST
BROTHERHOOD TO 'HEAR
FORMER CHAPLAIN
The oi-monthl y of
the Warren County Methodist
Men's Brotherhood wiIJ be held
in the Hall at Spring--
boro ,at Z Jr. m. next Monday,
Feb. 9.
The guest speaker will be the
Rev. James A. Thompson of
Ohio, w,ha served
as a major in the -Chaplain
Corps in. the South Pacific du ...
ing the recent war. His subjeCt
will be "Ampnx the Headhun-
ters, of the Pacific." '
This will b ladies' The'
wilt also feature speciaJ
musIc and songs, and dinner will
be served by the Woman's Soc-
iety of Christian Se,rvice of the
M. E. Church.
CINCINNATI RECfOR'
WILL BE SPEAKER
AT ST. MARY'S nUB
The speaker at St. Mary's
Club next Sunday eveninR;, Feb-
ruary 8,_ will be 1he .Rev. Nelson
M . Burroughs, rector of Christ
EpIscopal Church, Cincinnati.
Dr. Burrough$ will speak on'
"The Significance of lent and
Easter." , -
St. Mary's Club meets at the
Episcopal Rectory on the sec-
ond Sunday of each month at
7 :30 p. m.
, '"'.
FRED GRAUMAN NAMED .;
ON TOWN WATER BOARD
, Fred Graum;tn was ' appoint-
ed to the Waynesville
Board at the January meeting
Il.lst week to replace A. O . . Grif-
flth, an elected member who
had reslg-ned. "
Open Dally!
Until further notice the
offi ce of The Miami' Ga-
zette on _ Main Street will
be open ever:y .week-day
from 9 A. until l> P.
M. except on Wednt:sday
afternoons ' .
Call in 'person or
, phone 2 14 at artV time
during tho _e hour .'
The Miami Gazette
2,.'1 Ridge
BUS SCHEDULE
South Bound: Leaving Xenia,
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Publi.hed Ev y Thu.-.day
. At Way,...viIJe, Ohio
A FARM DIARY
by 0 .' J.
CARL G. SMITH, Editor SprinK 7 :03. a. m.
11 :23 a. m. 3 :08 p. m. 7 :43
p. m. Sunday and Holiday 9:33
Entered econd . cl maltier at the Post Office
SfJB'SCRIPTION RATE:
. ,1.50 a Year in Advance .
January 30, 1948. Winter. p. 81"
,METHODIST aruRCH
R. 8. COLEMAN, Minister
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
, J. J. flurske, Supt.
Worship Service 1-0 :30 a.m.
Youth Fello,wship
Thursday, 7 :30 pm.
MT. HOU.Y METHODIST
- T. M. 8CARFF, Mini.ter .
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
8AMUEL N. KEY8,.Ministe ..
Church School 9 :30 a. m.
Nursery School 10:30 a. m.
Holy Communion ' 10:30 a. m.
Rev. C. L. Samuelson in charge
- f'1"!CJ\ f::. U. B. CHURCH
REV. WILLIAM 8HANNON
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Mrs. James Garrison, Supt.
Preaching. t st and 3 rd Sundays
each month 10 :30 a.m.
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MASS HOUR CHANGED
, A whole week of real winter
weather. THis snow last
friday evening and by morning
every thin?: was. covrered with a
fresh white coat. Zero weather
is hard on the coal pile and on
the hay mow. Feed melts away
and the cows stand around look-
ing for more. The turkeys have
discovered that the I ittle' red
rosehips on bushes alon?: my
lane are very good. They stand
out there by the hour and i ump
up to pick them. The son?:
sparrows will not them all
this year. The usuall woodpeck-
ers, titmice and"'<:hicadees spend
their time worklng on the suet
and as usual the chicken house
is full of En?:1ish sparrows.
There is also a .flock of juncos
busy gathering weed! seed. Snow
is hard on all of them but Jan-
uary is gone, February is a short
month, and no one ever knows '
what March will spring
will soon be here, at least the
iced catalogues are here to
mind us of it. .
The seed catatogues are here
and now is the time to sit down
by the fire and dream. of next
year's garden. Only one eartv
lamb this year and two new cat
ves aDd I am glad because this
kind of weather is hard on them
' and hatder yel on those who
take care of them. This kind of
weather is hard on all of us bl
Beginning next Sunday, Feb-
rua.ry 8, '. only one mass will be
celebrated each Sunday
at St. _ Augustine's Catholic
Church by' Father Krumholtz,
it was announced this week by
the secretary of the parish.
. The Sunday mass will be ' at
9 o'clock until further notice,
instead of the previous . two
masses at 8 and 10 o' clock.
I .like it better than mud. t i;;'c
to look out 'across the snow, es-
pecially in the mornings when all
the trees are sparkling with
frost.. I have tempted to
borrow a sled and .go coasting.
Want to come and try it?
The little cats do not like it.
They come 'down and watch the
door, and if it opened a crack.
in they come . . The tortoise-shell
cat can across the porch
'and slip in tbe door while you
are in with a' or
Smokey in. She is such a
() .
rest,1ess and keeps me busy
her In or 01Ut. The little
Holstein cats are not as quick
but try just ,as ofte: n. '
Monday afternoon, January
26, the body of Marrv Mar-
quardt was laid to rest beside hi
mother and father in MiamI
cemetery at WaynesviUe. He
died at the State Hospital at'
Mt. Holly, 7:12 a. m .. 11 :31
a. m. 3:17 p. m. 7:52 p . . m.
Sunday and Holiday .9 :42 p. m . . ..
Waynesville, 7 :20 a, m.
11 :40 a. m. 3 :25 p. m. 8 :00
p. m. Sunday and Holiday 9 :50
p. m.
North Bound : Leb-
anon, 5:15 a. m. 10:10 a. m.
2 :30 p. m. 6 :20 p. m. Sunday
and Holiday 8:10 p. m.
Waynesville, 5 :35 a. m.
10 :30 a. m. 2 :50 P. m. 6 :40 p.
m. Sunday and Holiday 8 :30 p.
m. ' . .
Mt. Holly, '5 :43 a. m. 10:3'8
a. m. 2 :58 p. m. 6 :48 p. m.
Sunday and Holiday 8:38 p. m.
Spring Valley, 5 :52' a. m.
10 :47 a. I11j. 3 :07 p. m. 6:57 p.
m. Sunday and Holiday 8:47 p.
m. .
where the was easy and
raised surprising amounts of
potatoes -and corn. .
He bitterly when
his white pony had to be put
out of its misery and when his
tittle white dog Fido (one of
the meanest little dogs I ever
knew) died. He couldn't do all
that was needed to make his
mother comfortable . but he
gave her a . worll1 of affection
and loving service.
Harry was' devoted to the
people -wh@ wer.e kind to him
and his feelings were deeply
hurt by the unthinking- ones
who used to yell at him and
think it was funny 10 hear him
stammer and try to get his
words out through hiS bad
. impediment of speech. Usually
the words did come they
.hit the na.il on the head for
,Harry was ' than .
pe'ople gave him credlt 'for. So
at last he was laid to rest by
the little group that' he cared for
most, . 'his sisters, his niece, his
uncle fllld aunt from Fran klin
and his cousin from Lebanon.
If we believe in the kind of
"Happy Ground'" that
the In.qians believed in, we
could ' picture Harry
through. the playin.g' his
willi Buddy and
Fido and old Rin,g- .and 4 all the
cats, friend with the
children and animals of that
happy land.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams
(nee Helen Early) of Lebanon
are announcing the birth of a '
son, Neal, Monday morning,
Feb. 2, at Grand View Hospital,
Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Everett
r ,, ' of Lvtle are the maternal
Camb.rid?:e, Ohto. Som'e time ' Get Your TRUCK and
after' Harry had nloved to the BUS
. ..t-parents. Mrs. Early visited
th _!11 at lB.:! hospital, Tuesday
and : , th mother and son
nicely. If"
County Home a visitor was ask- , INESS
him questions .. Did he re- S G N S
memQer this or did
w
pe retnem- .of
ber that? Finally narry said, STANFORD BOGEN
isn't here any mrou........-I M ar"
Harry has gone away.' ..' How .. ;.;,o .. rr __ ow ...... ! ..;;,;,;,;,110;,-.__ ..:
true that was. After his mother Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Hart-
are very happy to an-
nounce the birth of a six pound
WA\'NESVIIJ.E son at Miami Valley Hospital on.
"""'RCH OF CHRI January 27, 1948. Ja.mes Dean
died and he had.tQ give up his 1- ' EO''''' SC .t
home and his beloved pat, Bud- . ' ',. OTT
dy, Harry was no' longer there.
Harry had g<?ne a.way but 'the '
body often hves on and now
.it too is at rest. As long as
Harry had his '.'Mom" and his
pets he was hapllty. He loved
the fields and Ute patch of
,-"u . . ST Hartsock is the infant's 'name
Bible 9 :30 a.m. and he 'has for grandparents Mr.
Communion 10.30 .a.m. and Mrs. L. C. Hartsock of
Service 8 :00' p.m . Spring Valley and Mr. Charles'
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CAESARS CREEK FRIENDS
REV. DAVID STANFIELD, Minlat ...
Worship Service 9 :45 a. m.
Sunday School 10:45 a. m.
James. .
Wm. S. Lee
woods he called his; He planted
(ttt) 129 bits of here and there
Representing
Weatheimer & Com.,any
Members New York Stock
and other
registered Exchanges . .
Invea .... ent Trust .shares '
- Sold - Ql,loted
Phone Waynesville 2530
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 2
WAVNESVILLE, OHIO 4354
5, 1t48
W. P. Salisbury (ttt) 129
INCOME TAX
SERVICE
Call
E. MICHENER
Phone 2926
Emulate the owl ... live up to
this reputation by sending your
cleaning to us. .
You'll find n wise in more ways .
than one! You' ll have more time _ .
to do things, you'll'save
money, you' ll prevent disap-
ppintments on poor results.
Dr. T. P. Grosvenor
OPTOMETRIST
OFFICE HOURS:
Tuea. 7 P. M. to 9 'P. M.
Wed. 8 A. to 12
Sat. f. M. to 9 P. M.
Located Across from Post
Office;
Ohio .
.... You are to worship with
us.
- .'
IT. AUGUsTINE
Father Priett
Mass . 9 :00 a. m.
CADILLAC SEDA.N
",AMBULAN'CE
. Dayton AD3257

COMPLETe ;
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FERRY aruRCH of CHRISI'
RAL.PH .::. aTINaON, Mlniat.,
Bible $q1oo1 9 :30, l.m. '
Mom.nr Worship 10:30 a.m.
Prayer Meeti0J. 7 :00 p.m.
YouRr People 5 Meetinf
, 7:00 p.m.
Evenlnr Services 7 :30 p.m.
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FRIENDS
first Day School 9 :30 a.m.
for Worship
to:lo a.m.
Obtained Yesterday
Now Available at An lHoUrs
h. H. STUBBS , Phone 2291
SERVICE
WE ARE EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF
AMBULANCE SERVICE AT AMY TIMB
STUBBS Funeral Home
TELEPHONE 2281 WAYNE5VDJ..E, O.
PAGE 3 llHE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4354
TH,U1RSDAYj FEBRUARY 5, 1948
, , '
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People, Spots In TKe News
by '!Ietty Thory\aB
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WAYNESVILLE-RED LION
On,Jan. ,29 Waynesville taCk-
led Red Lion and lost t o them
by a score of 46. 33.- During
the last quarter Rea Lion walk-
ed far out of the home-tearn's
r each.
Schaeneman. Jr., right, Eut ' Lon,{;
meadow, Mass., receives the A &
Food Stores $500 . scholarship from
C. Engle at 'the National Jun-
ior Ventable Growers Association's
WaynesvilI e does have onl!
credit to. it though,
cause Red lIon made so map \
fouls. Two men went out Oil
,fours and some others come
dose, ' whil e Wayne vill e t
,theirs down to' minimum. '
convention at Jackson, Miss. The
champion's OM-acre garC:len showed a
proflt $.,565: , '
Sc rin o' :
Waynesville
Rickey .
Hartsock
, ackd t
PI:tll ck
H.adl ey
: 'i ng- ton
I3 crnard
T TAL
Red Lion
n wct en
Farmer
Kruse
Miller
Hamblin
Herold
l eisz
TOTAL
Score I3y Quarters:-
1 2
Wa Vnes\ i1!e 6 14
Red Lion 10' 20
Pts.
5
8
2
9 '
8
e
1
39
Pts,
2 '
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2
5
2
2
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46
3 4
28 39
33 4(-
Mr. and Mrs Guy, Routzahn
Mrs. Clyde Wharton called
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Loren Routzahn in Franktitt
Friday
, Mr. Donald Baird, Jr., of the
Gebhart Road entertained the
Mr. and Mrs. Therle Jones ' ''Youth, ' Fellowship" of Lytle
and Milton entertained to dinner Church Sunc\ay evening.
Sunday , Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Nutt. Miss Minnie Allen and Mr. Milton Jones played two
Carry Moran 'ofnearCenterville trumpet . solos at the Loretta
: nd MJ:. and Mrs J. B. Jones. Guild in' Dayton Monday eve-
A' M l S I'<;:C: ' d niner. ac-
/,',:. ::ml rs. eOll a I:>IlJuryan '"
( ' 11 '\T endel of Washington C. companied' him on the
H. and Mrs. Nettie Emrick were Mrs. Elsworth Winks and
" ' rUI d
M,' T. and .Mrs. Ev, erett Savage ' I e '5011,' Dati" , arc now stay-
at the home of her parents
two cllJldren 'of the Dayt-on Mr. and Mrs ' Harry Burnett '
left. by mptor Monday mor.. . .' .
1<
OFFICE CLOSED
FEB. 1
to
< I MAROlt
While on Vacation
Dr. C. E. Wilkin,.,
.

ntng vIa Ne\v Orleans a!,d , 'Mr. Alva Thompson is criti-'
a $outhern F9
ute
, to , cally ill ' at ' Miami Valley Hos-
An20na to VISIt the former s SIS- pita,) where he was taken on
'Optometric EJe Speci.liIt
tfer "'I rs. Mary Thompson and morning, after taking
amI Y"
dd '11 t h' h M . Mr. and 1M rs. Vernon Purs)e . su , en y I , a IS orne on a In
26 South Detroit Str .. et , . .
XENIA, OHIO ,

visited the former' s father" Ml. Street., - .
Shubert of Fnnkliri
Va.J1ey hospItal ort Sun- . ' . . ' .. A' .
Mr. and Mrs. 'A. D. Smith of
1he pike entertained at
'family dtnner -Sunday evening
m. honor of the birthdays of fi've
persons in. the family. " .
. Mr. WIlbur . Arnold of Wil-
hamstown, Ky., Mr. Ernest
Arnold of Dayton were dinner
guests of. their cousins, Mr. and
LeslIe Gray and famil y ()J1
FTlday. ' .
Mrs. George Custenborder
and Mrs. Ralph Hammond were
in Dayton TrlUrsday and also
, calledon Mrs. Glenn 'Roller and
. daughter in Northrid.lte, Dayton.
Mrs: E. 8. Longacre attended
a Warren Couqty Extension ,
Committee' meeting Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs
Gilbert Jameson at Lebanon.
B.UILDINGS ' CHATTELS AUT,OIiOIIUS . LlAlIlITY '
"4-WA Y FA'RM IIIIUaaIlCE"
.
in &he Ohio Fumer. will p.. you bro&d protection apinst lossel
on yOW' farm: It co"ers your buildings, your chllteJ5, your automobile
aDd ,our liabUit)' for accidents ' to othen. Why, not see w '. today?
Yoa Mou you',. safe ",bea you're insured iD , the Ohio larmenf
, larl D. Dakin Insuance AgeDey

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The V ... . e. s. officers will
and ons attended an illust rated
meet at thr. h OI11 " Qf "Mrs. R. B.
l ecture at t he N. C. R. on Fri day
Col eman on Tues 1:11', Feb. 10
evenio,g-. Out dOor life was. ilIus- with a covered dish luncheon.
trated . and the s_uQ.i ect was ex'-
Mrs. C. A. Cutler, district pro-
motional secretary, will be {lre- plaihed by a writer.of the mag-
ent and e'xplain the socI ety azine " Outdoor life.-"
work for the coming year.
\
Miss Lilla Benham :has Mr. and Mrs. A. H. stubbs
her' home for a f ew days had as a weekend
is at the home of Mr. Mr . Emma Gearhart of
and Mrs. L C. St. John. Dayton.

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, , The Warren County Fish and
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J meets in Lebanon will.hold
a session at the Grange Hall
in Waynesvill next 'Thursday
at a p. m. as part of a pr ogram
10 gain more Interest and mem-
berShip in all parts of the
county. Eventuall y a meeting is
to be field in, each township. The
meeting here will feature two
reels of movi es on wil d life, and
refreshmen ts.
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,

I
Details of Ohio Veterans' 'B01DUS .
, '
For World War II Are OatIiaed
The principal provisions of
Article VIII, Section- 2b, of the
Constitution of the' state of
Ohio, providing for the pay-
ment of the Ohio vonus com-
pensation to World War II vet.:
erans, are listed below: '
vice-connected and in line of
duty, his survivors will be paid
the amount of $400,
regardless of amount veteran
would receive if living.
Every person malking his ap-
plication as a living veteran
Service must mail with it Ihis "original
1. Active duty in the armed ,or certifi-
forces of the United States for at cate of service, his military re-
least 90 days Dec. 7, cord and report ot ser-aration
1941, and Sept. 2, 1945. or any otller offici a paper
2. Discharge or separation showing the complete record- of
from service under "Honorable separation, notice of separation
or enlisted record and report of
Retideac:e' Requiremeab applicant's active in the
L Veteran must have been a armed forces of the United
resident of Ohio on the first day States in World W::u Ill, it was '
, of active duty fn the period be- ' stressed by Dr. H. jM. williams
tween Dec. , 7, 1941, and Sept. Warren County service officer:
2, 1945, and ' These must be the original
2. Must have been such a papers. Photostatic copies will
resident during one year im- not be satisfactory.
mediatel y preceding such first S ch '11 b t ' d
day. ' to 'the
Amount of CompensatioD whom they pertain has filed an
Payable agPlication for. compensati'on.
1. '* 10 for each month of P otographic will be
II' made, and then the papers will
Domestic Service between Dec. be returned to the apphcant. '
7, 1941, and Sept. 2; 1945.
2. '15 for each month of
Foreign Service in that period . ..
period.
3. For days than a month,
one-thirtietll 01 the monthly
rate. ' ,
4. Total payment for anyone
veteran may not exceed ,400.
5. Deductions fro'm ,above a-
mounts are made for time spept
in penal confinement as a result
of a sentence by courts' mar-
tial. .
,Survivors of Deceased Veteran
1. Surviving wife or husband,
child or 'children" parent or par-
ents; of veteran Who ,has died,
will be paid same a,mount vet-
eran would receive' if living, ex-
ce'pting that,
2. If veteran' s death was ser-
Veterans whose original dis-
charge papers have been lost or,'
destroyed may obtain official
copies by writmg to the follow-
ing address:' '
ARM Y; AdJutant Gen-
eral, U. S: Army In-
formation Branch, VVashing'fon,
25, D. ,C.
MARINES; The Command-
ant of the Marine Corps, Head-
quarters, U. S. Marine Corps,
25, D. C.
NAVY; Bureau of Naval' Per-
sonnel, Naval Department,
Washington 25; D. C.
. ."
COAST GUA'RD; The Com-
mandant ,of , the U. S. Coast
Guard, 1300 E Street N. W.,
Washington 25, O. C. '
Boy Scout VVeek
19101948 ..
, )
I
e' I'
'Saluting Fl1ture
Commtlnity'
Leaders
WHETHER IT WILL BE 'ONE WORLD OR MANY SMALL
ONES ... A WORLD OF PLENTY OR PRIVATI,ON .. .-
, AND WHETHER IT WILL BE LED BY' WISE Mf:N, HU-
MANE AND PRINCIPLED, DEPENDS UPON rH1: GUID
ANCE ... THE EDUCATION ... THE IDEALS INSTILLED,
IN OUR YOUTH "TODAY. ON THEIR YOUNG SHOULD-
, ,
ERS WILL FALL THE MANTLE OF LEADERSHIP. THIS
WEEK WE ' PAY , TRIBUTE TO THE SCOUTS OF
AMERICA-CITIZENS AT WORK-A'NO PLEDGE OUR
CONTINUED ' SUPPORT TO AN ORGANIZATION
" ,
WHICH HAS PRODUCED AND WILL CONTINUE TO
GIVE US MEN WHO ARE LEADERS ... IN THE: HOME
Wayoesville National Bank

....
f/oie6
Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Butter-
worth and son of Lebanon, Mr.
and Mrs. Guy McCoy and son
of Xenia, Miss Frances She,ridall"
of Wilmington and Mr. Gene
Brown were Sunday afternoon
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Brown.
Mr. and , Mrs. Loyd Da v.is
celebrated ' their birthday anni-
versaries the past week
and were honored at a lovely
dinner at the home of their son
and daughters-in-law, Mr. , and
Mrs. Cecil M;' Davis, In Dayton
on Sunday. The were Mr.
and Mrs. Loyd Davis, Mr. land'
Mrs. Clarence J. Davis, Mrs.
Josiah Davis, Miss Mar y
Scheetz,' Mr. Bill DaVIS and M r.
Frank Holmes.
Mrs. Susan Evans fell at her
rooms during, the past ' week,
her hip. She has'been
removed to the home of her
Mrs. Sam Meredith in
Xenia. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis
were weekend guests of the lat-
ter's daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Decker in Cente'r-
vitle. On Saturday evenmg they
attended a musical at the Fair-
mon,t School where tneir ,g-rand-
daughter is a student. ,
Miss Phyllis Bailey is recov-
ering nicely from an appendix
operation which site under wen t
at Grandview Hospital on Fri-
day morning.
, .
TH E M lAM I PAGE 4
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO No.43M
THU
1
R8DAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1M8
Mr. and Mrs. 'Davis Furnas
opened their, home on Monda v
to a group of friends.
The di verson of the evening
was a brush demonstration and
g-ames. Dainty refreshment
were served by the hostess.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Harper, Mr. and Mrs. J.
William Strouse, Mr. and Mrs.
J ohn J. Burske), Mrs. Mills,
Mrs. Clarence Mrs-. Don
Gahris, Mrs. Charles Starr, Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Earnhart, and
Mrs. Edwin Payne. '
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Borden
and Mrs. Minnie Munger had
as guests- during the past week,
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reeder of
' Tuscola, Illinois. Mrs. Reeder is
known among her friends a'S '
the former Miss Grace Munger
Mrs. O. B. Marlatt has been
quite ill at her home and is con-
fined to her bed most of. the
time.
Mi s Gladys Rye of Univer.sity
of Cincinnati ana Miss Manly!,
Burske of Bowling Green Unl
versity have been enjoying a
few days ,mid-term: vacatiop
here with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D. Bor-
den entertained on Saturda)
evening the Cheerful Ctrcle
members.
A delicious 'dinner was enjoy-
ed followed by' an evening 'of
cards, . ,
Guests of the evenin',t
Mr and Mrs. J. B. Rich. Mr.
and Mrs. Marry Smith. Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Mrs.
Frances Gray and sons, Mr; and
Mrs. S. S. E"tlis, and Mr. Glenn
Smith.
BOB O'REGAN, 'Owner
WAYNESVIlLE, OHIO
FEBRUARY 1948
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WED. 11 THURS. 12
Special'! Read Carefully!
One of the World"s Best Pictures
Produced by Selznick
giving 135 Minutes of entertainment.
A Western in beautiful tech-
nicolor.
Jennifer Jones, Gregory Joseph
Cotten, Lionel Barryinore.
'Also: Colo' r Cartoon (Fatal Ki ss)
, BOTH DAYS
MATINEE: 2' P. M. (90c)
, REGULAR SHOWS:
7 & 9 P. M. ($1.25)
NO"FICE!!
These admission prices were estab-
lisped by the S"elzniCk organization
and Not by the Twin Management.
, Tnerefore we , have scheduled mat-
inees for both days in an effo'rt to
.this fipe for the c.heap ..
,est pOSSIble prtce. Your patronage or '
lack of patronage will bette r
us in the - - -, YOU c1 ecide
whether or not WE additional
advanced prices shows.
Bob Owner
FRI. 13 2 SHOWS SAT. 14
Exciting, tough-riding western _ ,
Starrett in a double
FRI. 8 & SAT. 7 uLUi of the Reclme.a" AIao Short & eam.t.r
, (JOB Hall)
eUN. 8 A,MON. 9 .. to Earth" A W ..... Brae. N ...
, (Rita Ha,wortIa) ,
"Look for Scoat Ctaft Est.ibit iD T,.. LaW.,"
\ "
PAGE 5 rHE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAV,..ESVILLE. OHIO No. 4354
THUIR'SDAV, FEBRUARY 5,. 1948
J
With a Buckey.
In. Congre . .....
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....... ' .f c-....... 7" ow. Dbt.W
On Monday of this week the House passed and
sent to the Senate the Knutson Bill, which
individual income taxes by some five and one--
half to six billion dollars .. As the measure passed the
House, individual exemptions would be increased
from five hundred to six Rundred dollars, an addi-
tional six hundNd dOllar exemption would be gruted
each person over sixty-five years of age and each
blind person regardlen ot age. Tax rates on net
incomes of les8 than one thousand dollars would be
reduced by thirty per cent, on larpr Ineom. a
twenty per cent reduc;tion would be giftn on 'the
5rst four thousand dollars of income and ten per
:ent on those above that figure. Married couplelS in
dl states would be permitted to divide family in-
for tax purposes. It is p08sible the Senate will
make a number of ' changes in the measure . . The
bill also faces a probable Presidential vetO. Twice
during the first session of the Congress tax
reduction bills were passed, only to be vetoed by
President Truman, and It was Impoulble to ma-
ter the necessary two-thirds vote to enact either
bill over 'the veto.

While the Department' of Agriculture continues to
predict a growing meat shortage in the next few
months, there is no great enthusiasm witbin the
Congrel8s for the reimposition of rationing.
Senator Flanders ' of Vermont and Representative
Javits of New York, have introduced bills to es-
tablish a "s'tand by" meat rationbig system for use
in case of need, but thus. far the legislation has
not received committee consideration. One effect of
the talk of possible meat rationing ,is" according 1.0
{reports, the loading of frozen food lockers with
meat, thus creating a greater shortage. Representa-
tive Andresen of Minnesota, ranking Republican:
member of . the . j20mmittee on Agriculture,
insists that the being made by high.
officials here in Washington may bring on a serious
meat shortage.

In spite of the demands being made by Jresident
Truman and Secretary of State Marshall ...:.. and
the Administration's propaganda campaign - for
the of the Plan, legislation with-
out any change whatsoever, jt, now seems certain
the Congress wi11 set up its own European , relief
progr'!.m, and will decide for itself what ft,lnds
should be appropriated the.refor. House and Senate
committees are holding daily hearings on the im-
portant problem of European. aid, and many thou-
sands of of testimony by several hundreds of
witne'sses will be taken. Numerous letteTs are being
, received daily on Capitol Hill ftom constituents, tell-
ing their Congoossmen just how they should vote
on the Marshall Plan ,- even though it does appear
no COngressman should reach a decision on the
matt-er until he has first had the opportunity of
hearing or reading all of the testimony given be-
fore Congressional committees, and has listened to
debate on the Floor of the House and Senate.
The old, old legislative battle over the Federal
tax on, oleomargarine is again developing here in
Congress. Hearings on the measure will soon get
under way, before the House Committee on Agricul-
ture. The farmers of the country are generally op-
posed to repealing 'the oleomargarine tax, while
labor groups and 'city consumers are in favor of
eliminating it. .

The Truman Administration is making every. ef-
fort to get out of the commitments it has made in
connection , the establishment of a new Jewish
State in Palestine under a United Nations mandate.
The reasons being the necessity for ' friendly rela,
tions with the Arab world in to get badly
needed oU from the Middle East for Ameriean Ule,
and the more remote danger too sending of Ameri-
can troops into Palestine might involve the United
' States in war. Russian agentS are said to very
active in creating Near East disturbances, especially
in Palestine.

Less "'an a year ago the Administration demand-
ed and btained legislatioa appropriating several-
hundre" of 'of dollars for aid in Greece, '
and to prevent the spread of Communism in that
country. Now the money is practically all gone.
'nlere has been no economic in Greece and
guerrilla warfare in the northern. part of that coun-
try continues. So Congres. will soon be asked to ap-
propriate several hundreds of millions of, dollars
more for Greek aid, despite the fact that the pro-
gram has been a failure up to date.

Henry Wallaee, who as an ardent New Dealer
shoc1red the nation with his spending of public funds
in the,early days of the New Deal, now says he a
"piker," and that Mr. Truman's forty billion dollar
peace-time budget for the coming fiscal year .makes
the Roo&evelt New Deal spending look very small.
Several original New Deal economists have been ex-
the opinion that at least five billion dollars
should be cut from the Presidential's budget
. Congressman Taber, Chairman of the House Appro-
priations Committee, says the same thing but ex-
, presses the hope that even greater reductions - as
much as sefen billion dollars - may be made in the
budget.
*
The fuel oil shortage has beCOrM even more criti.
cal as a result of the recent cold weather. Experts
insist the shortage in both fuel oil and gasoline will
cogtinoo for several years unless new
ed sources of supplr are quickly found. Tbey clatm
that the only way to solve the problem is to get a
steady supply of oil, in huge qUantities, ! from the
N ear East or to develop methods to manufacture oil
and gasoline coal, and natural gas here .
il1 this country. Department of Interior officials are
suggesting that nine billion dollars be in the
next five to ten years for the construction of plants
to make synthetic oil and , gasoline.
Vidor.
NEW VARIETY OF WHEAT
PROMISED FOR FALL .
Plant breeders have one pro-
new variety ()I wheat
which will , be .xeacl'{-1o '!!'e"'nerai
distribution in the "fait .... of 1948
al1d are about ready to release
another. Only about 5,000 bus-
hels of Hawkeye soybean seed
is available for 1948 planting
in Ohio and that witl be distri-
buted to certified seed
for increase.
TURN YOUR SUBPLt18 ITEIIS
INTO qtJlCl[, READY CASR
READ THE, CL&SSIFUD ADS
The new Ohio wheat,
Butler, is said to be especially
adapted . for planting in the
. southwestern part of the state.
It is a bearded, w'hite chaffed
wheat that has produced a little
better yields than Thorne. But-
ler wheat is susceptible to ru ts
but is resistant to mosaic. About
40,000 bushels of Butler wheat
will be harvested in 1948.
Mrs. L. C. Hartsock of Spring-
VaHey is spending several days
with her son and daughter--in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Hart-
sock and in fan t son.
DRIVE SLOW
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FARM LOANS . ' ..
PUT TIME ON YOUR SIDE WITH
Bank
Low Cost - Long Term. LOANS
FOR FUTURE SECURITY-DEPENDABILITY
-SEE CAl J ' WRITE
Lebanon National Loan, LebllOl,"OhiO
EIJ,IS H. STURM,
SEC'Y -TREAS.
BIG M ,-,, 0 qrowin., favorite
IIG M for mutmum yield
on all field cropel BIG M
for hi&heat market quality!
ADd been that wa, for
twenty yean. ,
While our immediate con- ,
cern i. that of aupplyiol
more high-potaah.-:content
, fertilizera for your need.,
every fertilizer bearina the
BIG M brand perfonna up
to that reputation because it
ia alway. made up to highest ,
.tandarde. . never down' to
a price.
___ now Ire". pour deale, Iw .,.".,.
.- he Miami Fertilizer
O"ICI IN DAYJON, OHIO
.ACJGaY IN JIIIIIIN, OHIO
Tit. MilimI p.,tm .. , Com".,." II .,
ind.'ndent MiamJ V.l1er. concem
under direct ooer.tion 01 ,t.
,
mechanical , soundness and
TWIN LENSES .-= beatltiful color in- '
By --=-- - telligent directi'dn; "a s'tory full
Featured ___
urday is "Last of the .
When there can III
no question ,
ask for Borden'sl
of suspense and action. Whether '
FOX HOLLY the public will think, it worth
tpe pliice of ,admission, I don't
know.'" Price's for !CDuel in the
Sun" aFe $1.25 at 7 and 9 p.
m.
t
and 90 cents for the mat-
inees at 2 p.' m. Same for adults
and children. These prices are
set by the SelZnick
and NOT by the Twin manage-
ment.
A celebrated "road
show" will be shown at the
Twin Theatre, Feb. 11 and
both matinee and evening. If IS
David O. Selznick's "Duel ' in
t.he Sun," much publicized as
one of the world's best pictures.
, This is pretty stron,g ballyh.oo,
and caused me to ask Bob 0'-
Twin, for an off-
,
. He said: "I honestly' believe,
fwm, the previews I ve seen,
that "Duel in the Sun" is high
class ,entertainment of the
first order. It has th,e , four
Hmusts" of a great piCture.
Capable cast, headlining Jenni-
., fer 'Jones, Gregory Peck,
Joseph Cotton" Barry-
good production, mean'
O'Regan also said '''Bringing
, Duel in the Sun here is an ex-
, perimept
r
, I .. want"" ,to find out
by their patronage or lack of
patronage, wllether or not the
people of this community want,
occasi0nall>.:, a bang-up produc-'.
tion, even If it costs more. Their
response will be, my yardstick
for the future.
in ,the Sun" runs 135
. minutes. It has a east of 2,500
people, manipulated by King
adapted. from ,Ja"1es Fenllnore
er s T.he Last. of
the Mohicans." Laid In the midst
of the French and Indian wars,
this film in Vitacolor features
, Jon Hall; Evelyn Ankers and"
Michael O-Shea as the famous
scout, Hawkeye.
"Down to EarttI" studs the
Twin screen Sunday and Mon-
day. Rita l:Iayworth, ,and
Parks, ' of .Story fame"
are the principals .m thIS, story
of Terpischore, (Rita), who
comes down to on bor-
rowed time from he'a yen to set
Broadway right mus-
icals.
Last week a nice crowd turn
ed out for Waynesville's first
Sunday matinee. Good omen.
Tonight is your last ,chance to
unravel the Blondell-Brent mys-
tery "The Corpse Came C. O .
D."
. .
Baby's milk must
be good. '
pure and wholesome and,
perf.ectly pasteurized.
That's why so many
mothers depend on
Borden's Quality
milk.
Why don't you try
THe .0110&,. co ,Borden's . delivered
your,door, or at your
"liortiells . favorite store.
To Buy, sell, , Trade
ReDt, Borrow, USE
GIl Z E TT E . CLASSifiED
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'.
man, Joan Jarvis, 18, Franklin,
raetoJ' worker. , .
Charles Stone, 38, Franklin,
truek driver, Marjorie Hawkin\ll,
29, Franklin.
-
MARRIAGB LICENSES
, COMMON PLEAS
Adam Benjamin Me-Keehan, 19,
Foster, factory worker, Geneva
Lucille Carter, 17, Mason, factory Hf!.rry Booth vs. Rose Dennis
worker.
Booth, Irvin Carl Delscamp, attol'-
George , Thomas Louis, 23, Day- ney for defendant, permitted to
ton, mechanic, Donna Marie Fish- withdraw as coum:el. '
el', 18, Mason, clerk. Francis Eustis vs. Corwin Fred,
Joseph Merle Schell, 28, Dayton, defendant leave to plead
toolmaker, Elsie Matthews by February 23.
25, : Lebanon, junior clerk. t Martha Dill vs. W. Hal'old Dill ,
Nyle Zink, 20, Miamis-burg, fire- defendant to pay sum of
ANNUAL REPORT OF CLERK OF
The VILLAGE OF .WAYNESVILLE, WARREN COUNTY,
For The Flle-al Year Ending December 31, 1947
. Population, 1940 ,e n,s us
Waynesville, hio Ja.nuary, 24, 194 8
1 h t' r e'by th e foll oy ing to bf! COl'!' t .
Chal'les .Tam S, Vil1ag '1 ric
SUMMARY 'OF FUND BALANCES, RECEIPTS AND
aalanoe ReceiPts Expen. Balanee
JAN. 1 dituree Dec. 31
Genel'a) F 'und. "., . . . .. , . , ..... , $ 8278.]'8 7712.21 4435.02
Au100 Lt . enst' Street Repair Fund 2483.00 196'6.48 2999,26 1450.22
CkIsollne T a x IS,treet Repair Fun(t 2278.74 ]842.002 23"2."8 .,. v 17,68.18 ..
'roULls Genel'al Villuge J"ul1ds . .
Water Works Ji'utld ...... ,. " .,
Bond Retirement Fu'nd .. . , . . ,
Jt'iremen's Indemnity Fund .. . ,
8(l30.79
567.59
1572.83
1146.23
120'8<6 .68
.4 687,72
1546.43
13064.05
4305.76
164G. 50
,2.00
7653.42
9'39.55
1472.23
1144.23
(''rt-and of AI] (CO) rk)
Out.&tanding Warl"ants (Add.) .. . , . .. . ... ... . , .... 696 , .19
'.rreasurer's CaSh Balance .'. , . .. . . . . ,. ....... 11906.15
Toull Cash BalarllCe. Dec. 31. U47 , . . ..... . .. ,.. 11209.96
'" SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS
Frop rty Taxes-Gell eral Found ... . . . , ...... " ... ,. 3984005
Bond R tlre-menl and Sinking F unds ' ...... , .. . ' , . . ]646.43
\(
'l'ot a l Propel t31 1'l:lX :-; , , . , .... , , , . .
Cigarette Tax ......... , .. . . . . . ... _ .. .. ... .. .... ... .. . . I
Motor Vehicle Tax.. .
Gasol1ne 'rall' .. ... , . .... . , ... .. . ' .......... " ......... ' ..... ' ... ' .... .- .... .. :
J nh Iitu n e Ta x __ e nf' I'H I I" unll .. ... .. .. ... , ... . , . . 666.37
'.rot.;.tl I nher ita n ',e Tax .... ..... , .. " . . : .... , ' ...... ..
!:;a I s Tax .. , .. ..... , ....... . ..... .. .. , ', . . .. ,." . . .. .
Lucal Li nses Il.nd Permit. . . .. ; .. , ., . ..... v ' . , . , .. ' 37.80
%11.76
2M.00
5530.4.
58.50
1953,98
18012 ,02
566. 37
3250.00
37,80
172.20
21.76
, '>.(10, 00
',rota 1 Revenue . ........ , .. , .. . ... : ... , .......... . ......... . ,18320.83
SU,MMARY OF EX'PENDIT'URES
General (Councl1) ... . : : ....
EXe(lutlve : .. ....... . .................... . .
278.00
,
.
Gener-a.) povernment . ....... , ... . .. . . , ..... 1"'58.3'. '
'Prot-ectlon to and ,Property-Police .. .. , . .... gait. 50
Fire ... ' . . ' .. . .. ' ....... , .... , .... .' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 45'.i)'5 66.80
'Pl'olcctlon to Person and Propel'lty :. , ........
Health-Total ..... . . . . : ...... ......... .... : ....... . ,
Sa-n1 tatlo.n-Oenera) VlIJage lImnds , ...... .. ... . .... .
Sanitation ... , ........ , ................ . ....
"":""""--"-'---:-'---'::rTO;'h";;;-;;;;;;;:: Village Funds .... , ... , ... ..... ,' ,
1'359.16
1.01.14
161'2,06
1612.06
5457.11
Total Higllwa.Y8 ......... . , .... ,. , .. , .... , . . . : .... , . 5"61,:61
l")ll"UC Service Enterprlses-Walel' . WOI' ks' ........ .6305.76
'Publlc ,Sel'Vlce Enterprises' . . ... . ............. .
. MI8cellaneous, General Village /Funds .... , .. ..... . .
t".. r ;.
It'ireman'A ]1idemnlty lFund Service Chal'ge ... ' .' . . . . ,
lnilereat--General VIl'lag,e Funds ." .... ........ : . . ,.
nond Retirement and Sinking Funds ... ..... " .... . .
7i
4305.76
!!.OO
988 '5
544.50 ,
tntel'eat .... . .... , . .............. ' .... . . , : . '. . . . 544.50
Expense and Outlay ., .......... ... , .. , ...... )'5827.71-
66.80
2021.80
2021.80
Outlay':""'Total of ,Columnl 2 canied to C.olumn 1 . . . . .
.
.
Honds and Loans Paid--Genera) Village ... , ..
Bonds and Loans Paid ... .. ..... ...... : ....... .
Service . ... . , .. .. . ": , ..... , ...... : .... . .... . . . .
Gra nd Tota 1 E"pendltur B
1100.00
1100.00
2.00
19018. iH
, BONDEO DEBT
Dec. 31, 1947
81'NKING FU'N!D TRUSTEES or VI,LLAGE TREIA8URER
AS8ETS '
LIABILJITIE8, '
OUTSTAINIDI'NG GENERAl!.
DEBT STA'M:!MENTS
j . a.la-nee Bond Retir-eJ1)ent
and ,Sinking Funds .. .. $ 1472.76
'j'otal Sinking Fund A sset6.. 1472,7.6
j Operating and Oonst.
i-<'unds ............... 8592.97
. BONDS .
(Payable by General Taxation)
:sewer (Village P()rtion) .. 14600,01)
Tobt') (kneral B.nd Utility
Bonded Debt .. .. .... ,.... 14600.00 '
AccO'Unts Payable (UnpaJd
BlIIs) .................. 696.19
Tutal Debt. ........ 696.19
--..,------
I " ',nd Total AS8ets, Grand Total Debt.
' i t. , :11 . 1947 ............ 10066.13 Dec. 31. 1t4,'l ............ 15296.19
.... -.....
Earl and Alma Warford to Mar-
garet Kelso, 2 lots in Muon.
THE MIAMI QAZI:TTE PAGE.
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4354
$7.60 per week also $60 to be ap-
plied on her expenses.
Robert Lee Burnside vs. Martha
Ellen Burnside, minor, divorce to
.paid.
Robert Johnson to Ray Parker,
.lot in Lebanon.
'THUIR,8DAY, 'FEBRUARY 5, 1948
Byron and Doris Lee Countryman,
2 lots in Franklin. Elmel' Bennett vs. Ben-
net, to plaintiff.
Charles Stone vs. . Elizabeth
Stone, divoroe to plaintiff.
Juanita Thompson vs. Murell
Thompson, hearing set for Febru-
ary 10.
Garland Hines vs. Margaret
Hines, former order modified.
'Columbia Fire ][nsurance Co. vs.
Chris Pape, Jl., plaintiff '
to recover damages, assigned for
hearing.
Rober:t Faust vs. Lola Faust, di-
vorce denied.
Walter Pfieff'E!r. vs.
Pfeiffer, child to mother, plaintiff
to pay $5 per ' week.
NEW SUITS
- ,
David Glenn Patrick, minor vs.
Phyllis Irene Patrick, minor" di-
extreme cruelty, J. T. Riley .
John Pickering vs. Dorothy Mae
Pickering, divorCE!, 1'I'08S neglect
of duty, C. Donald Dilitush.
' PROBATE
REAL ESTATE
Nellie Bolmer to llU .. ' ..... nln Green,
lot

Grace, Mary,. and Edward Weer
to John Bnd Bessie Sehwartz, 2
acres in Franklin twp.
I
J essie and Ina Heizer to Sher-
man Viola Cole, i81 sq. roda.
in Clearcreek twp.
D. R. and Lucille Salisbury to
John and Frances Mercer, 2 lots
in Waynesville . .
Mildred June Smith to Arthur
Smith, lot in Franklin.
Adria Braddock to Lawrence .
Furnas, t acre in Waynesville.
L. M. and Blanche Mo'ler to Al -
ma Wariord, 2 lots in Lebanon: ,
R. and Charlotte Snyde)'
to L, M. arid Blanche M,oler, lot
j n Lebanon. .
Al and Anna Countryman to
AMBULANCf
PHONE
Davis Baker to Dani.el Ba ker,
2 lots in Loveland Park.
Mr. and Mr . . Earl Earnhart
an i children. Barbara
Ann and Glenn, and Mf. tamar
Earnhart were Sunday dinner
,g-uests of their parent s, M 1'. and
Mrs. A. H. Earnhart.
Mr. and Mr '. F. E. Thomas
had as Sunday dinllt:r , g;uests,
Mr. ' and Mrs. ' J. ,M. Earnhart
and children of Hea vertown. Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Th mas were
Thursday evei1ing supner ,g-ue ts
of Mr. . and Mrs. TholH<t .
ASK THOSE
WE HAVE SERVED
2111
The purpose of the McClure
Funeral home is to put funeral
costs at a that d es not
extrad the last dollar lfom the
family that pays the bill.
You are welcome to examine
our nlaterials and ec ,wha t ' our
money buys.
"
M'ceL li R E
HOME
WAY N E S V tl L E. 0 H 10
1lIE HEADUNES SHOW llIAT IT MAY
SOON BE EVEN'.MORE DIFFICULT TO GET
MEAT, POULTRY, OR CERTAIN OTHER'
FOODS, ESPECIALLY . .AT REASONABLE
, PRICES.'
WANESVIIlE . LOCKER . .. .
1
PLANT INC.
or
t , l f' f
'/ _ ,
BEFORE. TIME
COMEs'
.' .'
. .
cnt 317l
nlEY ARE PREPARED TO GIVE YOU
PRICES AND' FURNISH YOUR NEEDS
WlJETHER BEEF, PORK, OR' POULTRY -
AT WHOLESALES, PRICES.
FRIENDLY SERVICE GUARANTEED
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
bckers Rent Frl ..
$12.50 to $15.00,
<, Per Year
, _ro-
PAGE 7 THE .MIAMI GAZETT
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO N-o.4354
FEBRUARY 5, 1948
Grade School , NoteL
(f3y Mis. Hardin)
The Grade School has added
a few new coat hooks. Mr.
Fromm and Clyde did this work
last week end. The building is
,so crowded that we cannot give
children the room they :necd for
heavy winter wraps. but we are
hoping this irnprov,ement will
help. '
Each Tuesday and Thursday
the Fifth and SIxth grade boys
are given special instruction and
training in playing basketball.
The boys on the outside
' court at the GraCie School when
the weather is good. and they
to the gym wben the weather
IS inclement. Two boys, who are
members of the varsity basket-
ball teaJ11j, training the {joys.
On ' Jan. 1 6, the sixth grade
played the' seventh grade and
,Jost by one point. On Jan. 30,
the sixth grade played the eighth
and lost by two points.
Miss McKinsey has been out
of school a few days, due to
sickness. We are hopmg she will
soon be back. ,
The third grad.e, under . the
direction of Miss Hardin and
Mrs. Paine, will present the pro-
gram at the regular. Mother's
Club Meeting on Friday.
There . are two new boys in
the Sixth .grade, Donald Lamb'
and James Benefiel. That make
53 sixth graders, all in onr
room.
TWO REGISTERED BULLS
BOUGHT BY SHEEHANS,
Elmer Sheehan and son of
Waynesville, recently purchased
the registered Brown Swiss bull
Toby Judge, No. 86070 from
Howard L Smith of Waynes-
ville, Route 2, according to a
report from Fred S. Idtse, sec-
retary of the Brown Swiss Cat-
tle Breeders' Assoc;iation, Beloit,
Wis.
Also purctiased- by Sheehans
was the registered Brown Swiss
bull Pansy's Chief No. ,86071,
from Maurice Ohlor of 324
Loraine Avenue, Dayton.'
FEBRVABY t::-:: _ -
of Wllconl1n
loW\ded. 1849.
Ute The Alamanac: To
Check The Weather
But Use
, GAZ'E-I-lrow"IE CLASSlf'W)
ADS
.' ,
To Buy, :;eu, Rebt ,
..... ,Borrowl..
Aay T ..... of The Tear .
".
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co ,,'
ODors roo
,TROOP 40
SJOII:SOred By
Ovic Club
Joseph E. Jones, Scoutm.aster
Ronald ,Rush, Asst. Scoutmaster
TROOP COMMITIEE:
. Therle Jones, Chairman
Ralph Hastings
S. L. Robinson
Roger Brown
A. T. 'Polinsky
R. Mehaffie
TWIN THEATRE
A. H. STUBBS FUNERAL HOME
HARDWARE COMPANY
J. E. McCLURE AND ASSOCIATES
w. H. MADDEN AND CO .
B. AND R. CLEANERS
GRAY'S BARBER SERVICE
Fr m Fel: Ci to Feb. 12 we
pay . trihute to the Boy
uts .( f , Am rica, cele-
bratinK their 38th ' annive'r.
sary, AU Waytle ville Boy
Scout s wilt be admitted
Free Sunday afternoon,
Feb. 8 (2 :30 P. M.) Prom
Friday Feb. 6'thru Monday
Feu. 9 we will present a
special 2 Reel Picture
'''Men of ' Tomorrow" of
which the local Scout mas-
ter Joe James says ICThis
Picture Typifies tlfe true
'American Boy S c 0 U t.
Don't Miss It!"
CLASSIFIED AD RATES .
1c PER WORD MINIMUM 25c
3 TIMES OR MORE, 1/3 OFF;
REAL ESTATE
DON'T FORGET TO CALL
u f r Insurance. All types, of
Insurance at a savings. Call
FI'ancis Gene Brown, phone
'v\ ayne ville 2935 or call
collect. 2111.
Real Eatate For Sale-
I.P YOU HA VB A PROPIlRTY 0;1\
.. ARM TO SELL, oau or Write
Don Henderson, Tel. Kl!lM4e, en
Loraln Ave., Dayton, Oblo. "e
, HAY FOR SALE
I
FOR SALE-HAMMER MIU.S
John Qeere Hammer Mills,
three Sizes 6, 10, 14,. inch.
with Of 'without
feed table. Grind taster ,with
Jess power. Sold on trial.
Banta Implement Co., Leb-
anOJl, Phone 555.
NOTE OF APPRECIA110N
I WISH TO EXPRESS my
appreciation to the many friends
who gave assistance , and who
have shown interest in my re-
the accident in
'Yhlch I was tnl4red. '
, , A. H. tubbs
NOTICE
WE WILL DRESS CHICKENS
on Mondays only, until fur-
ther ' notice, because more of
our time is now required to
care for beef and l)ork.
Wa.Yne ville Locker Plant,
Inc. -25
_00 , BALES -- Mi y.ed Hay lor REFRIGERATOR-
Sale. M. E. Brooks, 2 mL out
on Bellbrook - Wa 'ynesville
Rd. -25
, "
FEED MIXING
Farmers! Want to grind and
l1Iix your own feea? You can
do it with the new Letz
Roughage mill. Your feeding:
costs reduced. You utilize
yoUr own grains and
ages to make balanced ra-
tions. Savings soon pays for
, mill. See one in operation or
ask for a , demon'stratio,n.
Banta lnplement Co. Leb-
anon. Ppone 555 i
-NOTICE-
My Barber Shop will be Closed
' from Feb. 9 to 'Feb. 27 for
vacation.
C. Lee Hawke. -25
FOR , SALE - Montgomery
Ward electric refrigerator,
niqe cubic feet. Call 2474.
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Is Your Tractor Sluggish?
DOES IT LACK POWER?
it Now by. Having:
1. Valves reseated.
, 2. Rings instaI1ea. '
3. Carburetor cleaned and
adjusted. .
4 . Magneto tested and serv-
Iced.
WHERE? At our modern Johl]
Deere Service She,.,.
We are equipped to handle
a'll tune-up and over'haul jobs
on your tractor and relat,ed
equipment. ,
Our mechanics are Deere
trained to , . .e:ive com'plete anq
complete and RORa'fi htar
John Deere Manure Load- competent service on your trac-
ers. For John Deere A an or. "
B Tractors. Les.$_ weigh on John , Deere
front end of tractor.
power to fork at bucket for They duplicate original.
faster opera:tion. Sturdy con- Reasonable Shop Rates--
struction, overload protee- . Work FUlly Guaranteed _
tion, 'Low priced. .Banta Im- Visit our shop and arrange
plement Co. Lebanon. Phone for your tune up or overhaul
555. , soon. Avoid the Spring rush.
We stock a' complete line of
CONSERVATION MEETING repairs for all John Deere tools.
WARREN COUNTY[ FISH and Check your needs now and g'et
GAME 'Conservation Assoc. your early. '
iation meets Thursday, Feb. ' Banta -1m' plemeot Co.
12, at 8 p. m. in Grange _
Hall. Ajrnerican Le.e:,i0n ad
club metnbers and fflends in Quality John Deere
vited. Lebanqn, Ohio Plione
NOTICE OF' APPOINTMENT
, Notice . is 'hereby that
...9n mtlmol'i:am
In Mernor.y of
Horace Compfon wh'o pas d
away, Feb: 6 1943:
Nothing but 'memone a we
journey on,
Longing for a smile from a
loved one
Gone and forgott en y ome h
may be, '
But dear to our mem r he
will ever be. '
Sad! missed bv hi wif e
Lucy Compton
' ami' da u,e;hters,
Buyer of dairy products are
very reluctant now to make
long.term price contracts. All
prices are jumpy" and the hutter
market va'ries from day to day
dependin.e: upon demand from
consumers.
When applied at seeding time,
5,000 pounds of limestone
screenings are required to pro-
duce the same immediate effect
on soil as 2,500 pounds of agri-
cultural limestone, as 1,800
pounds of superfine limestone,
qr as 1,350 pounds of hydrated
lime. ;
Costs per hOUir of operating
' power farm m.achinery decrease
rapidly when the machines are
used many hours per year, A
corn picker which cost" $1.000
puts an overhead .{!xpense of $3
per hour on the picking job
when operated onlv 50 hours
a year' but Tuns at a cost of
S,1.50 per hour when used 100
hours' a year.
, is the best grass
to sow with, alfaUa for pasture
in Ohio. It out-yields, blueg'rass
hut its growth is helped so much
by being induded in a mixture
with a legume thatt it 'should ,not
. be sown alone." Bromegrass
grows well on any Ohio ' soil
which will produc:e alfalfa. It is
not recommended to be sown
alone for hay, and the cost of
usin.e: it instead of with
red c10yer is too hIgh.
" '
David Ralph Smith whose Post
Office address ,is
OIlio has been duly appointe
ai Executor of the Estate 0
George J. Sinith late of Warren
County, Ohio, ,deceased. "-
M. H.,KEELOR
Dated this '19th day of Jan.,
uary 1948. ' ,.
C1iarles A. Anderson. Atty.
Ralph H. Carey .
, Judge of the Probate Court
Warren County, Ohio.
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NORRIS BROCK' COMPANY
Cincinnati Union 8tock. Yards
Live and progre lve. An
oraanizatlon Hcond to none.
Strictlv .eller. 0" the be.t
all' around market . In the
country.
SERVICE THAT' SATISFIES
:\'H10 Dayton 12:30 E. S. T.
n 'nl 1300 , ' ' WLW Clnolnnatl
. (, Dia 1 700. tor Our' Dally
: I; t Repol't. -
ACCOUN'f.iNG &ac ... . TAX SERVICE
Dilatush ' Building - Br,o.dway - Lebanon, Ohio
TELEPHONE III /
WE PAY FOR
HORSES $25; COWS $23;' ' HOGS $7. cwt.
,
ACCORDING TO SIZ'E AND CONDITION
CALL
X EN A . ertilizer
ReY.rae ,4 S 4 "
Chara
SLOW WIffi 2; 4-D"
FARMERS ARE ADVISED
Use of 2, 4 D 'to kill weeds
enabled som'e U. S. farmers to
hatvest corn crops in 1947
which would have been lost
, therwise; but Prof. C. J. WilL
ard, agronomy department Ohio.
State University, advises Ohio
farmers to go slO\y for at least
another year in usmg 2 4-0 to
kill weeds in ,corn.
He emphasizes that no far-
Qler should buy heavy, high
ressure pray rigs for ' apply-
21 4-D to conhol weeds
in cultivated crops, The material
. applied at rates of five to 10
gallons f spra solution', per
acre and at 30 to 35 pounds
of pres ure i"s ju t as ffectiye
for ki1lin,g 'weeds.
Professor Willard. a pioneer
in research work with 2, 4-0,
had found that this weed killer
does not destroy any of 1he
gra ses which infest Ohio corn;
and his experiments prove that
corn may be injured , by 2, 4-0
applied any time before the corn
tassels. ' Injury is more likely to
occur when 2, 4-t> is applied on
pure lines or cros es used
in h hrid seed oroduction.
This university agronomist is
anxious to have many Ohio
farmers try Z, 4-D, as a weed
killer on a few rows of corn'
or a sm'all plots tn 1948 corn
fields, to provide information
which could be used in makin,g- ,
general recommendations in
1949.
The weed killer should be
used on fields whiCh are too
weedy to produce a crop with-
out treatment. . . '.
Mr. and Mr. J. H. Sackett
have received word from Mr.
and Mrs. Wade Turner and: sons
that they arrived, in Phoenix,
Arizona in just one week, ,after
encounte'ring ice and snow all
the way. They visited New
Orleans and found freezing tem-
peratures there but sun-
shine and warm weather await-
ed them in Arizona.
A wet mash fed once a day
will help increase ' winter egl!;
production in Ohio. '
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 8
WAYNES'V'ILLE, OHIO Nc..43M
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1948
EASTERN STAR
TO MEET
Miami Chapte r 107 O. E. S.
will meet in r.egular s\!ssion 011
Monday evenmg, Feb. CJ, at 8
o'clock. After the ' re,g-ular bus- ,
irtess session a valentine box
' will be the diversion, of the
eveninR. Refreshments will be
erved.
The Happy Hour Club will
meet wit.h Mrs, Arthur Hartman
at her home, on Tuesday Feb. '
10 for the regular monthl y
meeting.
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The Friendship Club will
, meet for the regular meeting
at the home of Mrs. ' R. B. Cole-
man on Feb. 11 with 'Mrs. Stella
Halla:nd, Mrs. Alma peterson
' and Mrs. Margaret Hopkin a
CJ,ssistant hostesses. ' .'
LODGE NOTICE
Waynesville ' No. 163
F. & A. M., will hold a stated
meeting, Tuesday; February 10,
at 7 p. m.
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cost of farms
which supply m,ilk for C!ty bot-
tled trade is paid by milk pro-
ducers""' through an assessment
levied on m;lk hipped from the ,
farm.
WANTED
DEAD STOC:K '
cows ..- $20.00 .
HORSlS - $2ttOO
HOGS - $6.00 c-wr,-'-
Acc_tlI"_ t Ia. a
Also, All SMALl:. STOCK
REMOVED PROMPTI.. Y'
Phone
XUfIA
1712
WILMINGTON
2362
Everett Early (ttt) 129 ...... Chart.. '
._n ......... _._._,,_II_ ..
Blacktop . Driveways .
R 0 adO i I, and T. rAp p lie d
Relurfacin, and Driveway Recoating
F, R E E
B.', STROUD
26 Oakwood Avenue LEBANON, OHIO Phone 221-L
....a_a_a_a_._U_._a_ll_a_al[lllia_._ .... _
n
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ICA.SH
FOR USED CARS,
Any make or model
F,'ed Ka'hn' Motor Car., Co.
PHO"E all LEBANON', OHIO
Atlnitage& Son
SAND and GRAVEL
BLACK TOP DRIVES
TAR' aDd ROAD OIL
LAWN and FILL DIRT
'1'D.U'IIONU
WAY!U8VII.La _1
MOBBOW Jf .. I
LBB,uOJf OIfliDe ftllt
Rn. ...
READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING and DUMP TRUCK SERVICE _
i
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The Mia'Bli
GAZETT[
R. M. Johnston Will Fill Pulpit
" Four Months ' at Church --OLChrist
By Smitty
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W h 'e n'" Scoutmaster Joe
J ames dropped in at '
, office last Thursday event!1g,
the week's papers were belOg
folded. He picked up the top
one , from a pile and started
readil,lg Boy Scout Week
. material. , .
Suddenly be let loose a yelp.
"Hey! My name'isn't Jones."
But there it was on Page 7
- the wrong name in a s
twice as conspicuous as the two
places where his right
was printed in the same
So the'; new editor's first
pology goes to Joe James. HIS
name really isn't Jones, folks.
But Joe has a sense-of humor.
He didnJt "threaten to sue. He
just said:
"If you dDn't 'stop calling
Jones, 1"11 start calling you' Dm-
widdie."
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' SERVING WAYNE'SVILL.E SINCE 1850 '
FORMER
DIES
- THU, R8DAY, FEBRUARy' 12, 194, 8 JAMES STOOPS
Mrs. , Loyd Davis and Mr.
1948 OHIO LICENSE
TAGS AGAIN TO BE SOLD
BY PHOSE MIRANDA
Ohio's 1948 automobile lic-
ense plates will go sale
March 1, with Phobe Mlr,anda
again acting as deputy
for the sale in WaynesvIlle. :',he
wilt sf'l1 tags at the PIHd Rar
agc\ Main arid M iami
begmning 9 m. d,allv du:-
ing the registratIOn enj.
iJI {I' March 31.
'The new plates, will have
hlack fi,g-ures qn
background. They must he dls-
pltlyed both front and rear by
'AprU 1. All p'asssenger car re-
gIstrations will ,cosf $10, re-
gardless of .
"
Local 'C'hOl
e
to Sleng , Frank Holmes attended funeral
I ' services in , Van . Wert on Sun-
day afternoon for Mr.
For Counly Teachers latter's brother-tn-
Mr. and Mrs. Stoop
, . ' former residents of WaynesvJlle
The Waynesv,iUe :and Mr. Stoops served as post-
Choir will present a 60- master here for several years
proJ,tram for Warren qounty." and wa:s with the cap-
Teachers Masters thIS eve- ning company,
ning the local hIgh school. , __ _
The program will vary from the
classics' to popular and fro,m
sacred to secular as well as m-
strumenJiaI selections. .
Miss Norma Longacre ,wlll be:
the accompanist. _.
The ptogra,in follows:' ,
Cherubim SonR;' (No. 7.,), by
D. S. B'ortniansky, Choir, ,
JOHN BEACH ,
John Beach, ,g'l ,years old,
died last Friday in the county
home at Lebanon., No known
near relatives survived him. His
,vife died several years ago. ,
Funeral services were held
Monday from the McClure Fun-
eral Home'\vith the Rev. R. J3.
Coleman of the Methodlst'
, ,
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The new mmister at
W'aynesville Church of ChnSl
is Roy Marshall John?ton,
native of Ontario, Canada. He
has accepted a temporarX
to fill the local pulptt untH ' ,
' end of the school '.: ear lt tl
Cincinnati seminar in .19 J5,
and , holds the Ma ter of
degree' there. He i a J
of the Board of Trustees fo!"
seminary, and ,is now ,dolnR
g-raduate work.
, Mr. , Johnston served in
Canadianl army in World V';3r
. J and ' later held several
tries in the United
eluding Churches of Christ 1n
Ohio, Indiana, and :
Before coming to Cmcmn, I
this year he held a cha.rge f Of
several years in Digby, _, Nova
Scotia, hi s wife's birthplace.
Mrs. Johnston holds !l, Bac -
, elor of Arts degree from
same seminary.
One more mistake niystlfied
st!veral, r:-eaders last week. In
the classified, ads there appea.red
;L headline, If Anhque Bed" wlth-
t Jt any explanation. A'
Other deputy reg.strars m
ihis area are:
Harveysburg, ,G. M. Mac-
Donald. .
Gaiety ,Polka by Harry Hart ..
ley Baritone ' Horh Solo, Sue
Fur.uas; Accompanist, W.' Brad,
dock. , " , . .
, Church
in M iarm Cemetery.
Methodists to 'Mark
'Commitment Day'
That bea w,;as a grl'ost. 'It was
1 over trom the week before
,,{Ilell {he full' ad .. tor
Spring Valley, Mrs. ELizabeth
L<l,nthron. '
" For truck and licenses,
all ,Warren' Gountians must go
to Mrs'. Carrie Hill at Broadway
and South street in Lebanon.
cherry fourpo. ter .bed,
piete with a name- and 1-' 11 , 1'. 1 r S t EI .... '8 Id
Ill.mber of the seller., The type utr COU e"dOD e;
was lhrown out -arter , .it, was ' f T -' R
inted , - all ,but the, Leader o roop eSlps
w\, idl turned up aw!f It was , ,
sUHw.:ed to' have' ' Gi;1 'Scout Troop No.1,
ie has_ been ',hiding,' ' meeting .. Jan. 2-8: in ' the higr
a
' le'. has -building; IeCtM, the fo
I L lowinl{ officers: . "
that nQ o.ther tow.n. OJ Tallawandas' Patrol Leader,
. country. can claim, Vera Sherwood; treasurer
It doesn't adverhse the fact. nette Tinney ChiCadees' Patrol
-.' . has two ' Leader, Wi.nnie Jo Stout; trea-
klOds of dml ' ones on Its ,tele:- surer, Dons Brown; news, re-
phones." Not even New York porter, Wilhelmina 'Braddock;,
or Chicago can, make that state- recreation leader.s, D 0 rot h y
, . ment. - But . has Wilson and Carol Bunnell.
them, and would settle for Miss ,Jane W;alker, first
one. . teacher, was namec.1 as' assistant
One kind of dial tone is so troop leader. A troop" leader is
pleased with : the sound of itS needed to replace Margaret Ann
wonl hum that it keeps' right on ' Chapman, who reSigned effec-
buzzing a.fter the user dials a tive January 28." . .
Llumber. No' matter how often ' Second rank activIties were
yo.u pial through this type of discussed ' at the meeting. Each
liial tone, it keeps right on saw- girl must ),?articipate -in at least
ing away. You can d,ial 123456 1'0 fields ' before' the
if ' ,you wa!1t to, and it tank 'of second class scout.
will ,on' .
__ ,
0 , e to as weJl .
as dial tones , on eir phones,
there is another type wllich be- , Mr. and.Mrs. Withen Moberly
ha v.es like, it's ' supposed to; It , of Kingman are announCinl{ th'e
actuall_y lets a number be dialect birth 'of ,a son! at Hale
But this civilized dial tone has a Hospital. The mother IS the for-
little friends who tags along mer.l Miss Ida Frances 'Gordon
hind jf. After three of the four of and granddaughter
,numbers' are ,dialed, this little . of Mrs.13lanche Can of Hatveys-
friend just loves to interrupt and "burg. The baby has been named
start agai l1. MichaeL , ..
, And then' there ,are the little
gremlins that live in the
ers, of Waynesville phpnes. We
captured one of the little crea-
and had it catalogued by
a former Air Force man. '
It is a eonnection.breaker, the
man ,
' Mr. and. Mrs. Eli Furnas are
announcing the birth of an eight
pound son,! Stephen, on Thurs-
day, Feb . .'). .
,
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Furnas
are announcilig the birth .of a
seven pound four ounce son,
Douglas Clark,).. at Miami' Valley
MOTHER,S'CLUB ' Hospital on .... ep. ' 7. Mr. and
MEETING CANCEI.J.ED ' , Mrs. D. ' R. , Salisbury are the
I maternal grandparents and' Mr.
Because of the severe wea- ,and Mrs. tawreike Furnas are
ther and so much illness the re- the paternal grandparents. ,
February meeting of the
Mother's Club has been cancel- Mr. and Mrs., Louis E.
led. The 'will meet Thom.pson :rre now occupying
on March 5,th, at 2 p. m. a,t , their ' beautiful new horrie on,
the ,Grade .Building. -At this , Route: 42 just at the' of
the rooms ' Waynesville. Mrs. Winifred
will be Har- Hartsock, and son David are
Shee- moving into the apartment re ..
, cently vacated by the Thomp-
Famous Doctor, ' ChOlr; Ban.,
. t'One Vocal Solo, Danny Hart ..
'sock.,' . , ' .
Vanity Fair, P,ia,no Dons
Brown'. " , " , .
, Upon ,a 8'ed of ,Roses, ChOl(1!
Alto Solo, Jerry Cook. .
; O. R. J ones has returned to
his home , in Arizo!la
after spending, a few With
'his sister R. ' H. Kier and
family: Mr. Jones was called
here on account of the death of
his mother near. Hillsqoro.
The Angelus .Chorus
f
Cho.'r;
Soprano Solo, Norma Pummtll;
Tenor Solo, Robert, Hastings. . CIVIC,-cLUB ,MEMBERS
,Artnie Laurie, Trumpet s01.o; " to ENTERTA'IN WIVES;
MIlton Jon.esi AccompaDlst QUARTET WILL 'SING
Frances Whljalue. ' . I ,. " ,
A B' d Bad Robber, ChOIr ; The regular nwnthl
Bass ' Eart Powen.- " -" ',:in ' oi,' ,
, . , " .. , , ruary f6, at 7 -po m., .
. '.. . ', ,Methodist Church, whefl the
ChOIr; B'anto,n'e So.lo, members of the " club will
Milton hosts, for the ' evening, ' to their
, A of the Bells, So- wives. ' -'---
prano Solo, Joanne Garret. . The program will be a ' re.
"!hiffenpoof SonX' by Frey, turn for the "Gem
ChOIr., , . City Four', a wen known Bar-
The Sleigh, by Kountz, ChOl,r, beishop Quartet ' sing-inJ,t the
Our Redeemer's Prayer by ' song$l of ord for the .enjoyment
Blose, Choir. , , . of aiL " " ,
Our Parting, Hymn, ChOir. All members are by
FLORE' NeE G' E"'S , the secretary to return theIr re-
- an ,a servation cards as soon as pos-
DEGREE IN EDUCATIQN ,sible because a large attendance
AT MIAM. UNIVERSITY, is' anticipated ' for' jhis meet-
of Waynes- , ing. .
ville was, the gr.aduating -------
class at MiamI University in PARTY HONORS BIRTHDAY
Oxford, Ohio, 'last week. He r,e'; The staff o.f the T\vin Thea-
ceiveq the 'o( Bachelor _ tre was entertlliined after the
of SCIence III EducatlQR. show on Monday 9th by
He p'la,ns fo report' in March Robert L. Q' ReR,'an. The
for spnng traininJ,t with the Col- occasion: a surprise g.ather-
' umbla (S. Ca.) Reds ' of theinJ,t 'for Bob O'Regan, Twin
South ,Atlantic Base- owner, his birthday.
'ball .league. Un,til then he is
\vorkin." at Service
year with tbe Glass 13 Free' Movies
Muncie,' Ind., club, Florenc,e,
"finishea ,the season with ,a bat:::-
tirig average of .353, before go'
ing back to Miami to complete
his schooling.
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How observant are Miami
Gazette readers', ?
Most of those whqse names
. have been Slipped into odd
BAND PLANS ANTICS spots in 'this newspaper have
AT BASKE1"BALL GAME failed to notice it. '
The W;lynesville High School' Each week the names of
band. will present a series' of three paid-up , subscribers , in
formations between halves irt Wayne , Township are printed
the Wayriesyllle.SprinJ,t Vaney somewhere in the Miami Ga;;
,Reserve basketball game tomor,. ze,tte. They are 'picked at ran-
row evening. Clom from the ,subscription list.
Donald Gahris, director of Anyone whose name ,IS printed
the band, said lie' plans to have will receive a free pass to the
the 44 players present the Twin Theatre, good for one
lowing shapes: ' ' , week after the date of the paper
A star, while the Star Spangl.. in which the name appeared.
ed Banner is being, played : ,r All these persons t'O do
cat, in honor- of Friday is call at .the MiamI Gazette of-
THirteenth; BSA, and then 38A. fic.e f(!)r their tiCkets, by coUrt-
in honor of the thirty-eighth an.. esy of the local , nnd
nual Boy Scout Week' HI and theatre rs.
SV as a greeting to the SprinK ,each t!l.1<d is
Valley cheering -section and good for of the thl'"e
finally a big W stanaing 10r the In the w':,!ck. after
home team. . pubhcabon.

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RealiiinR; 'the tragic situati n
. in our COLlhtry caused : c
liquor traffic - t!1e .nati n,ll
drink bill in 1946 bemg'
779,000. the Council of. bish
of the Methodist Church, ha - -l
ap.att Sunday Feb. 15 a C-;n4-
mitment day in alJ ,Meth ell t
Churches; the Worl i qver.
" The , Methodist,' Ch u r h
tn rough , its . bish b '
Methodists to a -
Activities '
and
ers, urges and he'artit y
mands that the first Sunday in
'Lent, Feb. 15th be designij d
as Commitment Day. on WhlCh
all' Me,thodist people shalt:
given', op'portunity to . n
Commitments to total al ,1
t
n-
e,nce.
The d'ar. will pe observe'- ' n
, the local ehurch. ' I
,. ,
WILMINGTON COLLEGE
ENROUMENT REACHES
RECORD PEAK OF 594
I
loa ,.v-.
For the fifth consecutive 1 rm
a new enrbl1l11.ent- record
, heen estabJished' at Wilmin n
Colle,e;e \\lith the reg- i,strati n f
. ,594 re,g-ul.ar students for th e . c-
ond semester. Enrollnt'ent' 1 'j
'term 'totaled 585. 'h'
was 362; a fiJ,tu,re establishe in.
1932. .
Deadline for regl 'tration ' f r
Satur.day sch'Ool at Wilrnir:i,' ion
CotJeR'e thi's semester will J-lc t is '
weekend on February 14.
Three co'urses carryin twa '
are < beltrg
offered on Saturday' mor'nings
for in-service, teachers i d
others who wish to continue
their education 'on a ,part:'time , '
Ast 8 :30 A. M. ' '.HL t I'Y '
Round 'Table" is taUR'ht ,by'))r
Willis Halt' and' Prof., Jesse
field of the reJigion department
is offetinR' "Our Religious 'De-
nominations. " At , 1 A. M.
"Medern is taughi ,J
.. Prof. B. M. Hiatt. '
, GRANGE MEETI8G
DAn: IS CHANCED
Farm'ers Grange, NO.1"
hold its regular I n
Thursqay evening.
the Farmer's dinr-
er
-
on eyening. A speciJI
program - IS bemg 'arraned. "
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Billett
.d children of Centerville were ,
IIlday evening supper ,e:uests
I I' Mr. and Mr . Leo Conner and

--"------
Miss Laura McKinsey, who
\.:t taken to Grandview Hos-
I i ' al durin,g- 'the past, re-
1:1:t ins in a very Crt tical con.:
l:il ion.
SHOE
REBUllDIN.G
WAYNESVILLE REPAIR
SERVICE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
RECREATION & .EAT
, ,
J

,FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF
For Fiacal Year Ending December 311t, 1947
WAYNE LOCAL SCHOOL DI8TRICT, COUNTY OF ,WARREN'
P. O. Address WAYNE8VI'LLE, OHIIO Date JANIU,4,RY 22, 1948
. I certlC"y the following r,eport to 'be correct.
C. W. Barnhart, Clerk or the ,Board of Ed ucaUon,
Tax Valua tion " ...................................... $3,516,72500
Tax I.,evy . ... . , ,. . ..
School Enrollment .:: ...... ' ....................... . ....... . .
. Sdlaries ' and ......... .............. , ....... .. .. 68,397.40
SUMMARY OF CASH BALANCES, RECEIPTS AND
Balance, January 1st, f947
General Fund ......... , . , ,' . . . , . t 9601.71
Bohd Retirement Fund ................. ......... , .... 2024.12
Lunch .: .................................... , . ' . ....... -1692.01
Tot&l .,' ,', , , , I , I I , I , I I I , t , , I , " 104).33,.82
Receipt. - , ,
Genera'l F'und ., ...... . ......... . ...................... .. ... 67,361.61
Lunch-Sales & Subsidy ........... , ............... , .. ... 21,334.31
Tot.al ... , ..... , . , t , , , , , , I I It 88,886.82
Receipts and Balance ........................ '. 98,719,Sf
-
General Fund ......................... . .... ' .. " .. " 74,564.19
!Bond Retirement Fund ..................................... 1,070.00
r '
Lunch I .' , ,, . t, ' t , , , ' I .' I . I '. I I. 20,533.'1
Total . I ; ........................ ' 98,168.20
Balance, ,Decemti.r 31ft, 18017
General Fund . t , I , , t t , , , 2,888.43
Bond Retirement Fund .,., . I , , , t , . ' 9S..12
Lunch . ,. : .... ....... " t ., -791.11
Total ... I , , , 2,561.44
Total Expendl\tures and Balance ....... ' ..... 98,719.64
RECEIPTS
REVENUE-
General Property Taxe..-Loca' Levy -
ClassLfied 'Property Tu ............................... '. . . . .. 24,690.44
Total Property Tax .......................................... 24,690.44
Foundation IProgram I ' ,
Cash Received ...... I , , I , " t 38.812.90
Deduction tor Tea.chers Retirement . : ....... '. . . 1,601,04
Deduction tor School Employes Retirement I. ......... ... .. 45'3.40
Deduction for County Board of Education ... ,.... .. 1,193.40
Total Foundation Procram ...... , .................... 39,.7GO,7f
11'1Jterest trom. State on Irl'educible Debt ..... ".... . 8811.00
Tuition from Patrons' .,............... 166.38
Education RehablUtatlon tor Deaf: BUnd ,and
Crippled Cblldren .from State and U. S. Goyernment ....... 1,191.28
. Contrtbutlons-L'bnch 'Sales & Subsidy: Sales, ........... 15,OU.23
, , Subsidy ........ '8,260.08
O,ther Misc. Receipts ........ ............... ... 689.20
Tota-J Revenue ...... 4 , , I , I 88,66S.35
INONREVEN'UE - '
Sales ot Property Textbooks . ' ........................... , 30.69
Insurance Adjustments . , ...... " . : 1.88
Total Non-Revenue . , . -; . I. .. 32.47
' Total Transactions .. ' ........................................ 88;685.82
E.X1PENDITURE8 . ,
Adminiatration ,
A-I to 14 inc. Salaries and Wage. Adm. Officers. and
, , ,
Employes ..... .. ............................... : " I ,
Total Pel'8Ona\ Service I ' I t , " ,I
81. Ofttce '. I' '''' ' L.a.
Total Other PurpoJ!es I.' ' I , I :.
<I Total A4m tnlatratlon . , I , " II

1,660.00
88.19
88a9
1,736.19
, Miami Chapter, O. E. 'S., met
in . regular session on Monday
evening with a very nice at-
tendance. Nine members of
Chapter were guests
of ' the evening. the
business session, the Valentine
'box ' was opened and eve'ryone
received some sentimental meso
sages. Cherry'" ice-cream
l
cand',
and coffee with Valentine ap-
. pointments were served.
Mr and Mrs E. F. Earnhart ,
were 'djnner guests of their son-
.inlaw and daughter, Mr: ilt1
Mrs. J. N. Robinson ,and child-
ren, in Dayton on Sunday. and
'supper guests of their son and
Mr. and Mrs.
Charles B. Earnhart ano daugh-
ter, at their new home in Trot-
wood;
, The Bridge Club
members met Tuesday after_
noon, . with two tables playing
at the home of Mrs. R. H. Hqrt-
sock. Dainty refreshments were
se(ved the games.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stubbs
had as weekend guests the
ter's sister and Mr.
and Mrs. H., E. Andrews, Jr!,J
of Ohio, who were en-
, route from Florida 'where they
had speJ1t the past few weeks.
THE MIAMi GAZETTE PAGE 2
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No.43U
THIURSDAV, FEBRUARY 12, 1148
Grade School Notes
(By Miss Hardia) ,
-----
The 'Fifth is glad
ha ve Carol Longacre oack an
school. Carol was absent sev-
eral weeks because of scarlet
fever. '
, MIS Maynard Weltz is teach
,ing fourth grade in the absencl!
of Miss McKinsey. .
The children of the Sixth
grade are learning "The Get-
tysburg Address',' in of
Abraham L i n'c 0'1 n. Manlyn
Stansberry and Jimmy Ward-
low are tfie only ones who have
said it, so far, . .
The sixth grade received
word Monday morning that
their services would no longer
be needed in the lunch room.
They have been
serving at lunch hme. Smce
there are fewer eating
in the cafeteria the cooks can
take . care of tbern satisfactor-
ily. " . I b I
. Valentine Day wil e
brated in all the rooms on Fn-
day. Gaity:.colored boxes Ihave
been maoe anti children: ' are
looking forward to the occa-

SlOn.
Total Personal Service ......... ..... ..... . ... .. .. 24;.00
F'-6. Teachers Retirement .Contrlbution ........ : .... :. .. 1,501.0-1
F-6. Employes Retirement Contribution ......... 453.40
F-8. County Board or Ecluca.tlpn Contribution . ........
Tota'l Other cPurposes ,. . . . . . . . . . 3,1"'1.8"
Total ()ther AUlll1l8.rf AgenCies .. '.' ........ l 3,11.2.84
Oper.tloh of SchOol -
A-42 to U inc. Personal Service .................. . . 3,010.00
B-1. Fuel '. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2.130.0-1
B-10. J',.nltors .s pp'ltes ...... ;... ................ .. .. 1,284.81
B-13. Other Supplles ....... ' ........... ; .. \ . . . . . . . . 278.'46
E-I. Wale..- .............. ,... . ... I t I 31'.27
E-1C)!, Electricity --;" , . , ... , I , , , t t f , , 971.18 .
E-l1. Telephone ............... ' . ..... - " . 101.'1
E-i'1} Advertising ........ , ...... , ... I ' . 8t1.41
'Hauling ,:... .............. , .. ' ..... ' 86.a_
E-19. Other Contract and Open Order ................ 1,797.45
Insurance . I , , I I ..... .... I I 781.6S
, Total" O.ther Purpoaee ... ' .. ' ................. 'I,8'ta..48
Maintenance of 8ohool PI.", - . .
.. __
A-15 29 inc. Personal ServIce ............. ... 45,491,.45
. Total Operation of School -.Ptant-.. -. -.. -=' .. ..,... -:- . - - .-. - -. ,,- -:- . - -:- .""' - &861.48
, C-l. forlMaJnt. Bldp. and Grounds ............ 1,5112.08
C-6. Materials fol' Malnl Equip. and Furniture '..... . . .. . 63.1
B-4. Tex;t Books .... , , .. t , 1,408.16
B-8. Other Educational Supplies ........... 1,66'1.62
D-4. Replacement Educational Equipment ..... '. . . . '85.00
E-6. Repairs E'd,ucational Equipment ...... ;....... 140.80
Vocational Tl'a,v.el Expense .... , . ; ....... ' ,' . . 377.88
"l'otil.l Other 'Purposes ....... .............. 3,677.48
Total Instruction . ........................... " , .. 49.1ilt.91
Librarie. -
.B3. School Library !Books ..................
Total LJbrarles ... I I I ,
615.13
616,13'
Tran.port.\ion of IPuplis - .
A-36. Personal Service .................... . . .. 3,600.00
B-2. Motor Vehicle Supplies ...... ; : ...... 'i . . ' .' . " 1,JJiO:43
E-C. Repairs Motor Vehicles ..... ... , .. "..... 1,808.10
F-6. Garage Rent I I ' , : I , ' I 216.00
Total Other F.urposes .. ' .' ............... I' .. 3,188.ia
Tot8il Transportatlon ot' Pupils . , ......... '.' " ... 6.783.53
' D-8. Replacement Other Eq.ulpment ... . .......... , 126.00
'E-! . . Repairs Sc'bool Buildings ....................... U8.1S .
E-8. Otller Equipment ..... ............. j t2.18
Total Other' Purposes' .... . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . .
Total Maintenance of School Plant ...... : ................. 2.386.71
Total Operation and \Maintenance ................. , .. . l",lU.tt
ToW. Current Opst .. ," .................. , .. .. .. ...
,Debt -&ervloe - ,
H.'1. Bonds Maturing ............. .. ............ 1,000.00
111-2; Interest ' on 'Bonds ............ : .....
. Total Debt Service .. .. .. .... I I ". , ., 1,070PO
Total' Expendit"res . ' . : . . . . . . . 96,1'68.20 ,
. Total Transactions ................... . ..................... 96,168.20
,
A et. - ,'
Cub ..... ; .... r , "f. I , ' . , 2,661.4'
Inventory .supplies and Materials "Estlr:nat-ed" .. ...... ;, 1,000.00
__ - - " ,.
Lands (Cost) Est1mated" ................... .... 1.100."
'Bl1l1d1ngs (Cost) "Estlma.ted" ............ 1116,000.00
EquIpment (Cost) "E8timated" ................ 10,000.00
TEXACO SERVICE
S. MAIN
WAYNE$VILLE, OHIO
.' STOKE S DAIRY '
, "MEADOW GOLD ' Products",
, Phone 21 .LEBAN.ON, OHIO
FRANK 8IBCY, Repr.entative
. Fait
,HuaqUa.TEAS

ROGERS & , 'SIMPSON
TRACI"OR SALES
.
. WAYftESVILLE. OHIO
A.-17. Personal Service .... ................. ; 716',00
Total AssetS . ", ..... ! , , , I , I 18'2,061.4-&-
Lunch Supplies .............................. .. 15.818.41
Total Other Purposes .... . .......... . ........... ... 16,818.41 _
Total Public Lunches ...... .. ... ' .. '. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20,533.41 LiabiJlti .. - , .
A
. Bonded Debt . I I 1,000.00
Othe., Auxiliary , genol.s - . 8" 061 ..
, ., . . "'6 00 E.xces8 Defi<llency of, Ass,eta .. ' . ...... ; . . . . . 1 '4, _ ... 4
A-48. Lecturers ......... " ................. ' ,' . . . . . . . Ii

Big .Selection
..
Bargain. Prices
Immed,ate Delivery
I '
, ,
Wayoesvillefurnfture and Appliaof o.
PHONE .--.,.,;
'-
, I f
Miss Laura McKinsey who
il} ,the J)!1st week
' was taken to Gra:nd View Hbs-
, pital in Dayton after-
nOOJl.
Dt. Emma return-
ed ':Haesday from a VIsit with
. fr.iends. and relativ,es near Chi-
and in South Bend and
Ft. Wayne, Ind .
. ,
Miss, Glenna Marsh of Day-
ton spent the- week"end with
her cousin, Mrs. Luci'le Armi-
tage. ... . "
M iss Gertrude Chandler of
Deer Park near Cincinnati visit
ed, her aunt, t,\i,ss, Ruth Chandler
Saturday af.ternoon. .
Mr. and
. and ... _.,..,. .

..
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\
The Miami Gazette
T ,A B L I D I
Evtry ThuNd.y
At' W.y .... vlll., Ohio
CARL Q. SMITH, Editor
Entered 01 ",.t_ at th. Post Office
. SUBSCRIPT.ION RATe.
,UiG .. V.ar In Advance '
"
Events Coming Up
fllst Sunday in Lent: Feh. 15
(To have events H.sted in this calendar, notify The Miami Gazette
before 4 p. ni. Tuesdays.) -
FRIDAJ, FEB. 13
Basketball: Waynesville tJ. S. ys. Spring Valley at home.
World Day of Prayer Observance.
Episcopal Women's Auxiliary.
SUNDAY, FEB. 15
Go to Church!
The Church
In Our IOWD
(Wdtten at the request of the
editor by The Rev. Sam N.
.. MONDAY, FEB. 16
Keys, St. Mary's Episcopal
Civic :lub at Methodist Chu'rch, 7 p. m.
Church.)
TUESDAY, FEB: 17
this past week it was,
Miami Valley Cooperative Milk PrQducers Association in Wit- niy privilege to preside at a
mingten Court House at 7 :30 P. M.
conference on the "Rural Mini-
S
,t. Mary's Church Boy's Club at .Rectory, 7 :3'0 P. M. stry':" which held at ' Orle-
ton rarms near london, Ohio.
, THURSDAY, FEB. 19 .
Representatives of. the 13
Girl's Friendly Society, Episcopal Rectory; 3 P. M. Episcopal dioceses in five
Farmer's Grange No. 13 at Grange Hall.
states which compnse the Pro-
Independent Basketball: Waynesvi11e ys. Marvin's, 9 P. M. vince of the spent the
Lenten Service at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 8 P: M. week in a study of "The Town
Woman's Society of Christian Service at the home of Mrs.. A. H. and Country Church."
Earnhart. . . '
Many thill)gs were brought

'2J Ie' J. ' :. - , Keys as chairman. I know, 'of interest to alLpeo Ie
e ' The/ big square white house in this community. Chief among
, 'I'U , ', " ae with its Jarge, high-ceilinged these were certain state:ments
II , rooms, its' big windo,ws frammg which will serve to point out
A "ARM DIARY
lIy D. J. FRAIZER
the wanter landscape, its open the value of the church to all
fire places and its , pretty chapel town and country people. These
made fro'm a one-tiJn,e garage, statements aJ?ply not only to the
-
was .an ideal place 'fQr such a Episcopal Cliurch but to all
February 7, 1948. mee1mg. The snQW came down cnurches. ' .
week of SROW., This time they and shut us off from the work First "'The farms and vill-
had to plow out the lane and. I a day world, but our speakers ages of our' land feed cities
was very glad when I came m would not let us forget the of the nation; not only with
on Friday after a few days away people of that, world and the food . w,ith iri-
to find ihat they had done so land they live on. M. A. W. teUect, Imagmabon and possi-
and that I could in. I have Short
1
. chief of the Wildlife bly conscience 'ana--retigion. The
been in more than once servation Extension Service of fabric of the Am'erican c
i j
but I neVe! was snowed OUT. State of Ohio introduced are woven large ..
In spite of the snow and the by Sam Keys as Alec Short, saw . people from farm and
. continued cold weather tne .. e are to the land part 'of jt and con- VIllages. Up until recent years
. ,signs tl,lat spring .is on the way. :vigceq us that if we" going the streams of , young people
Th days are nottceably long!!r. to save the people we must save who to up Ctty life
. I can no longer see the sunnse the land. The two things must mighty With force and per-
tram -my- bed because it now S{O together and a knowledge of sona,lity. T11e city churcnes were
rises behhld the barn. of conservation principles and thus floated to great r,ellgiou
all for the last two mornmgs practice should be part of, the goals of , achievement. Today
. sparrow has been sing- eqUirment and traimnJr of every howeve,r, youth are growml{ til;,
ing In the snow. rura minister. He pointed out and ,omg pagan to the Cities
MEnlODIST CHtiRCH
R. 8. CO,t:EMAN, Mlnl.t ...
, Sunday &hool 9:30 a.m.
, J. J. Rurske, Supt.
Worship Service to :30 a.m.
Youth Fellowship
7 :30 pm.
-
' MT. HOLLY METHODIST
T. M. Mln/.tar
Sunday &hool 9 :30 a.m I
E. A.. Earnhart, Supt.
Worship Service fO :30 a.m.
Evening Service 7 :30 p.m.
-
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
aAMUEL N. KEVS, Mlnltt.r '
Church School '9 :30 a. m.
Nursery School to :30 a. m.
o-rlltflg Prayer 10:30 it. m.
UTICA E. U. B. CHURCH ,
REV. WILLIAM SHANNON
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
Mrs. James Garrison, Supt.
Preaching. 1 st and 3 rd Sundays
each month 10 :30 a.m.
-
WA \ 'NES\'ILLE
OIURCH OF CHRIST
R. M. Johalton. Miniater
Bible Sthpo) 9 :30 a.m.
Communion to:30 a.m.
Evening Service 7 :30 P. M.
-
fRIENDS, -
rirst 9:30 a.m.
fpr Worship
t 0:30 a.m.
FRIENDS
R.V. DAVlq 81!ANFIELD, Minl.t.r
Worship Service 9 :45 a. m .
Sunday School 10:45 a. m.
My home farm seems very that the State Department of from. farms and which
small after spending froln Tues- Conservaion would and could an times gone by sent their ST. AUGUmNE
day until Friday at 0rlehm r-arm help them get it: ' quota dedicated to God , father Priest
near London, Ohio, the largesdt We sang hymns from a new grave'respoll - Mass 9 :00 a. m.
farm in the state",five thousan collection caUed C4 Hymns of the Sl I I Y of bUlldmS{a new rural . _
acres all in one tract. Here they Rura} ' Spi.rit", and of them 'civilization faces the church , FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST
farm " with flocks of tract.ors\ i runnm,g' m my head a hymn and it must be met by RALPH ,E. STINSON. Mlnlater
and all modern mechamzea for chrldren called "this is my social and religious founda: ' Bible School . 9 :30 a.m.
equipment. I did hope tO
d
see
t
Fhather!s ' World." Perhaps, if we tdlons .. The
T
' hOld' are . Morning Worship to :30 a.m.
more of the farm. and (in ou . t ought more. about that we ecaymg.. e mstltutlons ' Prayer Meeting 7 :00 p.m.
how they ' de but the would take better care of it. , of rural life, neyel;, adequate to YounS{ People'i
s

snow came there, also 'and my Oh yes" and by the way, one the needs, have suffered griev-
7 :00 p m
car was-Snowed 50.1 of women tJiere a bet- ously , in days . of" . Services 7 ;30 p:ni:
see much, except the flOe Hol-. . ter bud book than mme and - -and .. __ .:... ____
steins that they were/ milking ' 1 found out my r.ed-head- larly, organized relildon ,in rural
in the barn ' back of , the house ed bird is. It, IS ' a red,.bellied areas has not adfusted itself to
, where we' were staying and the woodpecker and is 'not a very modern intellectual ana
, Herefo,rds and Hamsl1ire hogs common bird. So far I have SOCial demands As a' vital force
that we could see from the road. qnly seen its. red head. It is in rural life !t' is woefully 'I in-
I didn't get 'a chance to talk to hJt1e smaller than a flicker wifh adequate: Failure to 'recognize
the manager ' and learn how .fmely barred .back and a head trends would bring real
the.y run thin1{s. \' of,the. m'Ost red: They say , pen 1 .t? the nation. A stern re-
this fa nil! has belongeel to there IS a red spot on the lower cognitIOn of theIP would lead
Miss Ma'ry Johnston of Glen- part ' of the" bepy Qut it stays on opP.ortunities of great,
dale for about fifteen years. She so to the when it is gr?mlse. J.t III bec<?mes present-
lends . the ' house from tIme to getting a meal of 's\let tb,at I lIay ,Amencan to al-
time to the Episcopal Church have never seen the under side. low people, who constitut-
for meetings and conferen,ces . This the biTas come in ed the pnpcip'fll Source
In fact she does more tijan that, closer tn larger numbers. of S .sPlfltual vitality,
when a 'conference meets there, Don't forget to feed them. to detenorate m life and man-
are her guests and she pro-
ners : due to a faiIur,e' to re-
cases they have not had educa-
tional to
that 6f urban mmlsters. In 'most
cases they have tlad' no special-
ized training with 'res'pect to
rural social organizations or
agriculture.
Last, but not least, the ch\lrch
must realize that its' mdnistry IS
to all people, not just, 'fo the
"elect." The church must be
ready, even eager, to' work With
any and every social orga.niza,.
tion for the, betterment of the
community and the extension
of Christ's kingdom throughout
the world. . ,
PAGE 8 "HE MIAMI GAZITTE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO 43&5
THIURSDAV, FEBRUARV 12, 1148
Methodists' Notes
The' attended the
County Methodist Brotherhood
at Springboro Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. R C. Moler,
and Mrs. William St. John, Ger-
ald McWilIiatns, Jacob Strouse,
Frank Moorman, Morri,'; Fulker-
son and and R. B. Colc- ,
man. More than 125 were pre-
')ent Lebanon had the largest
delegati<??) numbering '36.
Rev. w. A. Thompson gave
an ,interesting add'ress on his
experiences as a chaplain in the
South Sea : Islands. spoke in
highest terms of the of
MIssionary work that had' pre-
ceded their coming, and the
Christian attitude of the
tives.
On ' Sunday, Feb. 29, the '
members and ConsJituents of
the local Methodist Church are.
to be giv.en an ' opportunity ' to
bring' offerings for overseas re-
, lief. .
,
Members will receive envel-
opes at church or by mail.
The local Women's Society of
Christian Se'rviee officers held
an all-day meeting. at the par-
sonage tuesday. District of-
ficers from namel
Mrs. C. A. Cutler, promotional
secretary; Mrs. Charles South,
secretary of Childrens work"and
Mrs. Charles Varner, secretary
of Sp'iritual Life, conducted the
,.
Local officers present were,
Mrs. Carlton Cook Mrs; D. M.
Baird, Mrs. Ray Connor, Mrs.
R. C. Moler, Mrs. Glen Borden,
M.rs. Clarence Edwards, Mrs.
Cora Rich, Mrs. A. H. Stubbs,
Mrs. J. J .. Mrs. M.,
Fulkerson, Mrs . . w. H.
aker, Mrs. Ray Miller, Mrs: Alva
Ludington.'
A covered dish luncheon wa
served at noon.
.
Lawrence Furnas (ttt) 212
Get
Your TRUCK .and
BUSINESS
0 N.
of
' STANFORD BOGEN
Morrow, Ohio
i '
,
Dr. T. P. Grosvenor
OPTOMETRIST
OFFICE HOURS:
,
Tues. 7 P. M. to 9 P. M.
. , '
. ' .:
Wed. $ A. M. to 12' Noon.
Sat. 7 P. M. to 9 P. ' M.
Located Across froin. Post
Office.
Ohio
.
Ii
vides everythm,x 'for their com: Mr. j. M. Greene, Farm C?gnJZ;e the urgency of the rural
fort. This was a meetinS{ of 'the Bureau Secreta,ry of Lebanon as the church's primary
Pwyincial Department of Town and who is well known' here, ' obligation."
...... __ .. -_.
and Country Churches, with a feU on the ice during the past Third.: one of the chief fac-
seminar on rural work for re- week, breaking his ankle. tors which tends to, tear do'wn
presentalives of the thirteen ,
I the work of cnurch in 'town
,dioceses in the states which Mrs. Frances qray a,nd Mr. ' and country IS that for the most -
make .UP the Fifth Province of . ,and Mrs. S. S. entertained' Pfa1r1t ol;lt church plants are woe.
the Episcopal Church. ,It was on Sunday evepmg honoring the ' u y madeq,uate to meet the
an interesting group from points birthday af Mrs. Gray's son, !1e
b
,eds. If the church to do its
as far north as northern Wiscon- Bobby. Mr. , Mrs. Gilbert .fO as the BOdy of Christ , in
sin and upr.er Michigan as well Frye and sons, Richard and Don
t
world, it m'ust be on the .
.. as Ohio, ndiana and minois, Mrs. Gray and sons, Bobby ana Sitae of wholesome
most of them, clergy from the and the grandparents" an.d .vocational training. "must
ch in small towns and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, were guests. mmemnl.ster to the whoJtl , n.eeds of
two women wo(kers
led by lead- Mr. Mrs. 'C. lee Hawke Then', too, oUf ministers in
rural econ- and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hawke small communities are for the
uepJl1m,ent left on Sunday for a two weeks "host part either p rt..time or
stay in Florida. " sort-term residents. In many
COMPLETE
, .... . .
SERVICE
, .
We trY' to give 'appropriate and
, aependable ,.at a fair price
STUBBS Funeral Home
TELEPHONE 2291 ' WAYNESVlIJ.E, O.
. ' THE 'MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 4
WAYNESVILLE,OHI,O No.
'HtURSDtAY, FEBR,UARV 12, 1948
, ,
;;t'lt!e . newt)
Mr. Carl Greathouse. of Day-
ton waS a Sunday evenmg guesr
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Wharton. _ ._
evening were: Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. Longacre, Mr. and Mrs.
Therle Jones, Mrs. J. B. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. Calyin Longacre,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tumble:.
son, Mr. and Mrs. John Cheno-
weth, Mrs. P. N. Cornell, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Bunnell, Mr,
and Mrs. C. S. SmTt11, Mr. and
Mrs'. Georg-e Custenborcte", Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Pursley a.nd
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saylor.
TwiN LENSES
b '
FOX.i{OLLY
- Mrs .... Nettie Emrick is
ing at the home of her son-tn- .
law and dalJghter, Mr. Mr .
Leon Salisbury at Washmgton
C. H., during- the cold Wonder how many noticed
Mr. and Mrs. Baird the Twin's new neon -facet put
f Oa ton vi ited their son Oon- on last week? The word
aid Baird and Theatre is shining brightly in
Jack Hamm nd IS enJC'ylt1g-.a .. we1come- re9 lights now-first
'new' power scooter, which his Improvement. Rumor say s
parents presented hun last watch for more when the wea-
week. ' ther-breaks.
Mr. and Mrs. Therle Jane Women love weddings, the
and Milton were Sunday dinner tell me. So ladi e here's your
"'uests of. the latte.r's pa.rcllts
l
chance to weep happily next
r-: d M Ed N tt a a unday and Monday wheil the
Mr. an rs. wm. u n Twin will 'show I'Royal Wed.
family near Centerv111e. . ding-" 30 minute of Technko-
Mr. and Mr . 'Frank Acker- lor ' picturinO' the marriage of
man and children Frank Eug II "
and Coralea of Vandalia and Philip and Elizabeth of England.
Mrs. W. G. Haines of t n It accompanies "Song- ."of
were Sunpay evenin,e: . dinner Thin Man ', with Nora and Nick
,g'uests of Mr. (l nd Mrs. \Valt r Charl es need to identify
Kenrick. William Powell and MymaLoy,
do I?) Yes, they rr. back with
Mr. and Mrs. .a lvin L i1g- snappy dialogue, breezy affec-
acre and children entertained at tionate home-life, and 'Murder I
a fClmily Hnner Sundtt' ; in hon r In the March of Dimes cam-
f the 'birthday of the f I'm r . d t d J 3
m ther, Mrs. E. B. 1.011oacrc. palgn can uc e an. 24- ,0 ny
i the Boy and Girl Scouts in the
Tho e present Mr. Twin lobb
h
, $20. was collected
MI' Charles MI. C t C ',i H tf' ld f
L
I L1ella Swank, M;u.iori' . Lin y alrnJan a Ie a
k f
L han n expresses his thanks
I.k .bbY and Jimmie i ' '''.!:.: ' U t( all who worked ' and contri-
La. ton and Mr. and .tli .. I Ii . butcd. ' .
Long.acre.. . Do ou have any idea about .
M s. Rol el t .Corwlll aH, that l?,'oes on to bring_ a
' l! Well -I ,{?; u ... st> at nig-ht s 111_'ovinl?,' picture program
lhc uman s (f to' you, the public? Well, I did-
Lhijl h on WedneSl1ay at .tlH': n t until I did' some browsing
!1. me uf \Valter. Kenn "k: around recently. In future
SIX ladles blaved tLt: : Limns I'm going- to tell all. Let's
...old weather and deep snow ., 'o call it "Behind the scenes at the
" ttl!nd. ' .. T ." "Th' H A h 'f
' 1 hose'. frQm , Lytle C\1urch hi o,r "e es . a
who att nded the meeting ami x b1tar. ,
dinner of the Methodist Brother-
b d aI. pringboro MI.1nday
e -L1ncoin's Birthday.
13-U.S. Marine . Wom.n', '
Reserve founded. 1,943.
IS:-Adtnilal Byrd
"Uttle "menoa," 1930.
,M rs.' A. H. Earnhart will be
. hostess to the Woman's SQciety
of Christian Service on Thurs- "
da Feb. 19, at her home, Mrs.
D. C. Ridge, Mrs: George Hen-
derson, Mrs. A. H. Stubbs' and
Mrs. T. S. Hardin wiH be co-
hostesses and the pro,g'ram will
be in charge' of Mrs. K N.
Hough. . .
Mrs. Grtrce Vice Mrs. Iren'
Henderson and Mr. Claude
troud were Monday dinner
,g- uests. of' Mr. ,and Mrs. W. E.
troud.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Francis Brooks, 23, Lebanon, .
lineman; Christean Isaacs, 18, Leb-
anon, clerk. /'
, Fielding Hensley., > Jr" Franklin
paper maker, Joyce Ann Penning-
ton, 21, FranJdin, waitress.
Hollon, 20, Franklin,
asseml>ler; ' Poris Jean Millard, 21,
stenographer . .
Frank Hodson, 19; Middletown,
r!3corder; Mild1')e'd Jean Lykins, 18,
l'4iddletowin, . typist.
Stanley West, 62, Lebanon, ga-
l'ageman; Mary Ellen Yeazel, 62,
Lebanon. ,
,BU ILDINGS TTElS AUTOMOBilES L1 AB tLlTY
"4-W 4Y FARM INSURAN E"
in the .Ohio Farmers will give you broad against rosse,
yo.ur It covers your buildings, your ch;meb, your automubilt'
..,d your liability for accidents to ' others. Wby not see us today ;
You _DUI )'Ou're safe wheD you're insured in the Ohio Farmersl
REAL ESTATE
William and Mary BUl'lnell to
Lester Houston, 2 acres in Salem
,
Ruth Wilson Davis to George
and Norma Jent, 8 lots in Mason.
. Vance Cribbs to E. Josephine ,
Cribbs, 6.21 acres in Franklin twp.
John Taylor to Donald Berwan
ger, 70.26 acres in Harlan twp.
Margaret Sempsrott Edna
Rill, 25.16 acres in Harlan twp.
Anna Honaker to Lloyd Uurnett,
6 lots in Loveland Park.
Julius Fred to Ben Bl'owning,
1.97 aeres in South Lebanon.
James Arthur and Hazel Walsh
to Elmer Bachelor, 2 lots in Deer-
'field twp.
T. D. an.d Addie Webb to C. Ed-
ward and Florence Stanforth, 240.
50 acres in Harlan twp.
Donald . and Mai-y to
Charles Atkins, 1.06 acres in Har:-
Ian twp.
Gardner and Gibson to
Walter Fitts, lot in Franklin.
Nelson and J1,llia Troth t o Dale'
and Esther Lucas, 0.33 acres in
twp. ...
Nancy Fred to Elsie Hayes, lot .
in Lebanon. '
. NEW SUITS
Cecil D. Mediey vs. AgnE!S Med-
a minor, divorce, gross neglect .
Rena McDaniel VB. Geor,ge Mc-
Daniel, divorce, gross neglect.
Pauline Rayburn vs. Alfred Ray-
burn, divorce, groBs neglect. Young
AUCTIONEERINC:;
STANLEY and
BROKERS
For Dat ." Phon. 2894. Wavln .. yill
OhiO. R.v .....
,
E. o. SCOTT
, Representing
Weatheiiner & C0ntPlany
Members New. York Stock
.Exchan,ges and other:. .
. registered Exchanges_, -'
Mr. W. E. Stroud and his son
Mr. Harold Stroud, celebrated
their birthdays ,during the past
week and in their honor,
Mrs. Stroud, entertained with a
turkey 'dinner on Saturday 'eve-
ning. The' remtlinder of the eve-
ning was spent in five
hundred. Covers were arrangea
at the table for Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Stroud of Lebanon, Mr.
anQ Mrs. Ralph Hastings and
son and Mr. and . Mrs. M. A.
and daughter.
Miss Mary . Katherine Men-
denhalI of the O. S. S. 0. Home,
Xenia, was a weekend of
her mother, Mrs. Katherine
Mendenhall and sister.
Ellis L. Back (ttt) 212
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OFFICE CLOSED
FEB. 1
to
MARCH 1
, While on Vacation
Dr. C. E. Wilkin
Optometric Eye Speeiali8t
'26 Detroit Str_et
. XENIA, OHIO/

Lt. Col. Robert L. Ashworth
and wife of Osborn were ,
day afternoQn of Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Fulkerson and
daughter.
If you haven't already discov-
ered the quality and
of our service-Hoi
h ig-h time you did.
We return eVer'ything thoroug1, -
clean and free from unp'lea'S-
ant fluid odor-at 11
cost you will find less in the
run, than for inferior dear -
ing- methods that ruin VllUJ
clothing. -
CAREFUL ELECTI N
Investment Trust
Bought - Sold - Quoted
In makinR: arranR,'em ,nts f r
a funeral serVice, th fl.: , i ' Ii
occasion for great ha teo
The famil y may pend as
much time as .they (ike, in com-
fort and 'pr'ivaey. Ther i no
hurry, no .impati nee, anLi NO
PRICE PRESSURE.
Phone Waynesville 2530
. Dayton AD3257
. INCOME_ ' TA:X
SERVIE ..
Can
C. E.
' Phone 2926
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.Mc'ClURE
FI!1NE.RAl. HOME
WAY N E 5 V Ii.. L E. 0 H I 0 .
BUY HER A HEART'
, .
SHAPED CANDY BOX
$1.3S at the. WAYNESVILLE' DRUG
Send her a Va. len ti n e
Greeting; ioo. Cards from
1 ' to 3 5 cen ts.
"
..
A DOUBLE TREAT
is in store for your "Valentine" when you buy'
her our delicious <;andies - and escort her to
"When a Girl Is Beautiful," a mirthful comedy
a la curves and music, ,featuring Adele Jergens
and.other tasty morsels, at the Twin Theatre to.
morrow and Valentines Day. You'll also see
Charles 'Starrett as the Durango Kid in "Prairie
Raiders."
.,
PAGE 5 THE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4356
THlUR8D1AY, "'EBRUARY 1,2, 1948
Mr. and ,Mrs. John Stewart
and daughters af Beavertown
were weekend guests, of Mrs.
,.Mrs. Stewarts' patents, Mr. and
JJ.
. Mrs. Raymond Brooks ,and fam-
. ' I : -tty at their home on Clark Ave-
, nue.
, -" _ Mrs. A. S. Collett entertained
, / Mr. William WaH, who resides
at the Thornbury apartments on
Clarke Avenue remains ill but is
ste'ldy improving.
. Mr. and Mrs. 11 ugh S. Vance
of Dayton spent the weekend
at their country home, South of
the. village.
Mrs. Jesse Pennington who
has been 'snffering an attack of
pneumonia is feeling much bet ..
ter. .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter '''Babbs''
Donaldson have opened a food
market in building on Main
Street and.' the establishment is
operating as "Babbs" Market.
the ladies of the W. ' C. T. U.
at her horne, Thursday after-
noon.
Masonic degrees were
sented l;lt the Masonic Temple,
Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mfs. H. S. TLlCker
and daughter MiS$-Bnlyn Tuck-
er attended the performance of
"Oklahoma" in Cincinnati, Fri-
d.ay evening.
, Miss Estner Pralher spenl the
weekend as the guest of her '
parents, near Clarksville.
Mrs. ,George ,Waterhouse of
Wayne$ville was a Sunday after-
noon ,;uest of Mrs. 'Louise Fite
and daughter, Miss Jane Fife.
Mrs. Vera Chappel and fam-
ily have vacated their home
"Twin Pines" on Maple Street C. D. SHEEHANS FETED
and moved to Dayton.
Prof. and Mrs. H. C. Milligan ON SILVER ANNIVERSARY
and Mr. and Mrs; Fred Sher-
. wood left Monday for Florida.
The Sherwoods plan to visit
their son-in-law and daug:hter at
st. Petersburg and the Milligans
will tour the state., '
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beckett had
as weekend guests, their son
aRd daughter-in-law, Mr. and
\Mrs. John Beckett and son .and
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Snodgrass
and family_of Franklin. '
Mrs. Clyde' Carmen and
daughter of (n'diana, who
have been tHe guests of Mrs
Carmen's parents, Mr. and Mrs:
,Everett George, returned to
. their home Friday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Walsh
had as dinner guests, Friday
evening Mr. and Mrs. James
Ames of Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Price
I r., of Lebanon were Sunday
of Mr: Price's parents,
Mr. and Mrs.- Clarence Price.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sheehan
of Route 2, Waynesville were
entertained Sunday evening,
Feb. 8, in celebration of their
Twenty-fifth anniver-
sary by a surprise party, arrang-
ed by their daughters Bernice
and Jeanette. After a sumptillus
asket , dinner the pre- .
sented Mr. at)d Mrs. Shee11an
with very lovely gifts. of silver.
The guests were: Mi'. and Mrs.
Walter Sheehan and son War-
rcn, Mrs. 'Alice CrQlt and daugh-
ter, Mary Sue of Waynesville,
Mr. and , Mrs. Ellis McClure,
Elmagene and M) ron McClure
1
'
Mr. and .Mrs. W. H. Null ano
daughter, Miss Malvina'and Miss
Alene Burrough of Springboro,
Mr. Robert Montgomery of
Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. RU,ssell
Burnet. Gene and Jimmv, Jean , '
Hutt, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gcb- '
hart of Ridgevn'e, Ml'S Harriett
McClure and Mr. Rollert Gol-
Initz of Daytoll,t 'and M:. Clara
Stacy, Mr. and Leslie (jrav,
Robert aud Miss \.\'lIma. .
, I
With a Buckeye
In CongreSEJ
CUUNC& J. "OWII
..... .. c:...n-. , ...... DIetrM
By vote of 297 to 120 the' House of Representa-
tive'S last week passed the Knutson Tax Reduction
Bill, after having first defeated thle motion of Demo-
cratic Leader Rayburn to recommit the bill t01'
.miendment by a vote of 258 to 159. The 'huge ma-
jority given the bill on final pasl5age was nineteen
votes , more than would be needed to override a
Presidential veto, if such action should be required.
The measure, as passed, contained exactly the same
provisions al explained in this column last week.
It would provide an over-all annual reduction in in-
dividual income taxes of somewhat betvreen five and
one ..half and six billion dollars. ' The Knutson Bill
now goes to the where it will probably not
be taken up for consideration for' several weeks. It
is being pNdicted- that the serulte Will so amend
the measure as to the over-all tax reduction
somewhere between four and one-half to 'five bil-
lion dollars, in the hope of gaining a sufficient
,number 'of votes in that body to over-ride a veto.
It now seems rather certain that the American peo-
ple wiil be given some tax reduction this year, but
probably not befoN , the 15th deadline by
which time all estimates of 1948 income must be
filed and payments made thel'eOl1. '
. . .
The House of Reprelentatives last week passed
two bills of great interest to veterans. The fi,rst
amended' present law relative to the "on-the-
job" training ,program for veter-ans so as to elimi-
nate certain abuses and to 'increa.se the income limi-
tations frQm $176.00 to ,2&0.00 pier month for single
veterans, and from ,200.00 to ,825.00 per month
for married veteJ,"lill8, with an additional $25.00 , al-
lowed for married veterans with children. In most
' Mr. 'and Mrs. Richard Wil-
liams afld family of near Wit-
'mington were Sunday guests of
Mrs. Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Tucker. and daughter,
Miss Evalyn Tucker. -
F.ABII LOANS
eases the large proportion of such veterans! training
allowances will actually be by their employers,
with the federal Government making up the dif-
ference while the, is his apprentice-
ship. The second bIll ff6mtl,ie eterans Comml e
which passed the House increases the subsistence
allowance of veterans without dependents, who are
students 'in educational institutions, from $65.00 to
$75.00 per month; and that of. eterans with one de-
pendent from $90.00 to $105.00 per month, or to
$120.00 per month with more than, one dependent.
This increase of $10.00 per month, for single vet-
erans, and $15.00 per month for married veterans,
who are taking educational courses under the G. I.
Bill of Rights is being granted to 'compensate fOf
the increased cost ' of living. .

In recent weeks there have been' persistent ru-
mors floating about the country ' to the effect that
Congress would enact legislation to further devalue
the dollar by increasing the price of gold above
the present rate of $35.00 per ounce. Such rumors
are entirely false and unfounded. The price of gold
will not be increased or the dollar further devaluat-
ed by Congressional action. Instead, if any legisla-
tion affecting our currency and monetary standards
is enacted it will be to increase the gold Nserves
and stren,-then the dollar, rather than- to
1'educe or weaken our currency. The Italian lira
and the French franc, as well as the currency of
other European countries. have been devaluated,
. . ,.. ..
Meat rationing seems to be' dead-at least for
the present; Last week " Senate Committee voted
against reporting favorably a bill by Senator Flan-
ders ' of Vermont, to se up 8 nd-by" machinery

for meat rationing for use 1D case of need; which.
of course, means meat rationing i out the window
for within the foreseeable futUre, . at least.

The decline in many commodity prices which has
been apparent for the last forty-five days, and espe-
cially the sharp break in these prices week, is
to make many Washington observers
wonder whether the of the post-war boom is in
light. Some economists are predicting that there
"..j11 be another round of wage increases and higher
prices in lines between now and mid-summer,
with a sharp break likely to come any time t)lere-
after. CUrrency in circulation has dropped off by
, 1Ilore than a, billion dollars since late ' December. 'In-
. terest rates have been going up and credit ha,s been
tightening. There are many which indicate the,/
lime has come for
Tl)ere will be an old fashion-
ed B,ox Social and Band Con-
cert at lhe school gymnasium on '
St. Valentine's mght, Saturday .
February 14. at 7 :00. Boxes
will be sold in two age groups.
Children please bring- and eat

, Pt)T TIME ON YOUR SIDE WITH
: F,.der.I, Land Bank '
Low Coat ,LQng Term LOANS
ltADIOS&ELECTRlCAL ApI.
own lunches. "
WaYDesville
I , ' , ! ..
National , Bank
BOB <lUCAN, ow..
WAYNI"SVILI..I, QJfJO
18ts
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FOR FUTURE SECURITYDEPENDABILITY '
SEE CAll WRITE "
lehalo. Natioial 'Farm Lou,
GOODRICH TIRES AND' ACCESSORIES
'9
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IS H. STURM, ,
SEe'Y-TREAS. PHONE 448
, ,
Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Dayton, Ohio, '
Cordially invites the public to attend a
REPAIR WORK '
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, SPORTING GOODS
KITCHEN WARE
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, We also Mave a complete line of Acme, Paints. ", Corne .
FREE' LEcruRE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
- ,
Entitled - "Christian Science: The Science of Reality"
and see us for a l'Jice.
by ' ,
'Dr. Henddk J. de Lange, C. s.
of New York City
Electric line of Light BulbS
Champion Outboard Mot.ors
Membe,r of the . Board' of LectureShip ot'the Mother OlUrch
, The First Church of Christ, in Boston, Mass.
IN MEMORIAL ,HAIL
SMITH SERVIE and SALES
-
Firat and $t. Clair Streets
' . AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 15, 1948
\ , Main Street
At 3 :00 O'Clock E. S. T.
'FRI. 13 SAT. 14
Raidere COL
,
A ,perfect dish of comedy, romance,
. and lovely girls "
Also. WIle. A GirI'1 Bellllifal " COL
Headlining: 5.., .... Daane,
Patricia While
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SUN. 16 MON. 16
Nick and Nora Charles are back
again, o'ut a murder
, , SOD, of the Thin I
' \VilHBn'l and Myraa
Ius: I,atest News:
:lOY L, WEDDING
i1ec' ... ' I echn .: olor Feature, ,30
r h m I HI e of Elizabeth
!, I .
WED. 18
THURS. 19
Tra,vel thrOl"gh a thrill-packed mys-
tery story ' with Jobn Hodiak
, Amelo :A.Hair
JOhn Hocliak - George , Murphy
F ..... ces Gifford. '
Also: Joe McDoakes Comedy
Cartoon added
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CLASSIFIED AD RATES
10 PER WO.R'D MINIMUM 25c
3 TIMES OR MORE,. 1/3 OFF
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REAL ESTATE
DON'T FORGET TO CALL
us for Insurance. An types of
Insurance at a savings. Call
Francis Gene Brown, phone
Waynesville . 2935 or call
collect 2111.
Real Eitat. For 5.1_
IP YOU VB A PROPimTY OR
PARM TO BELL oau or WrIte
Con HeDderson! 1CBM4e: 617
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Tommy's Place
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FOR SALE - Montgomery
Ward eredric refrigerator,
nine cubic feet. Good Con-
dition. Phone 2474. -212
RENT
. d 38 t 38 HiUaboro
WANTED TO , The game IS Ie , 0 . Rhude
fg ft Pta.
4 . 1 9
113
5 5 15
146
215
The dock is stopped with five J enike
Three months' rent in advance seconds 'remainino- in the fourth . Davis
offered for unfurnished a- . l'\ FI
pactment or house, by couple, and last quarter. Wilbur or- . Lyle
no children, fine references. ence stands in the free-throw Long
Write P.ost Office Box circle with two chances to make
Wilmingt,on, Ohio. -212 the 'winning point for
ville High School. His first try
TRUCK FOR SALE bounces off the basket for no'
,
score. The whole' gym is tense
Model A Panel Truck. Good as ' Florence poises for the -sec-
condition. New 16-inch tires. ond and last try.
Call 2949. . indo Could YOU come through in
C
a spot like that? ..
___ -_N_O_T_I_...,E,......--_.__ Wilbur Florence did come
MY OFFICE WltL BE CLOS- through, and the score went up .
ED next week. from Tuesday to 39-38. Then .the dock start-
evening un.til the regular ed, the buzzer 'sounded, and it
hours on Friday morning. Dr. was all over. Hillsboro was
Earl Wr1ght. . -21 2 beaten. '
Hillsboro has beaten teams
'YATER such as Dayton Stivers, Wil-
.. .
mington, and! Washinrton C. H.
FOR SALE - New electrac wa- ElDrence and Vicker.s Ted' the at-
ter heaters, one 66 .. on tack Saturday 13 and 12 points.
and one 80-gatlon. WI ill- respectively. " ,
stall.' Myron , r,. Waynesville"s reserves did
Phone Waynesville 2956. even better than that. with. a to-
...... _..--__ -_2_1_9 . tal score of 55 to 35. Lackey
&\AD OF iHANKs and Hastings p.aced their attack
-fZ!
with 13 and 1 2 points , respect-
W ISH T Po T HAN K M Y ively also. .
or the cards, flOh'!i
l
- . '" V .... ity .
ers an .gl ts sent to me w 1 e Wayneaville Ie ft Pta.
I was in the hospitaL . . Florence 5 3 13
Phyllis Bailey. Thompson I 1 0'. 2
,- -212 ' Tinney 2 2 '6
----------( .... ttt-) -2- ,1-2 , Vickers 5 2 12
. BIG M for maxImum yield
on aU field eropel BIG II
for bilbeat market quality!
ADd it'. been that way for '
tweaty yean.
26 11 38
Reserve
Waynesville f, ft Pta.
Mehaffie 1 0 2
Powell ' 4 0 8
Peters 1 2 4
Lackey 6 1 13
0' Banion 1 0 2
6 0 1'2
Graham . t 1 3
Earnhart 1 0 2
Florence 3 3 9
23 7 5S
Hillsboro
Garman
stout
Riber
Collins
Lowell
H.arte
f, It Pta.
. 2 1 5
7 1 15
" 1 0 2
3 ' 1 7
2 1 5
o ' t t
15 5 3'5
Tomorrow VVaynesville play's
Spring Valley on the Ilome
court, This B'ame involves a
triangle. Sprmg Ileat
Springboro, Springboro beat
Waynesville, and Waynesville
beat Spring Va1.1eyin a
game. .
a . , ... ite
fer,tUbere ",or your ,neecla.
ev." fertilber 1bearina the
BIG M brand up
to that repugtiolD beeaute it
i. a1WQI made ",p to hiahat
etandardt .. neve, doWn to
a priCe
WhUe ourlmmediate COIl-
cera i. that of lupplyinl
. more bleb-pota.b-content
,. . ) ,
. . Order now hom row deal., Iw.,..,.,.. ,_
. . cc ..... lnl t. I ... a c ,_
Also, All SMAlL
REMOVED
Phone
XENIA Wtt.MINGTON
1712' 2362 -.
NORRIS BROCK COMPANY

netl Union Stook Vard.


Live 'Int and "'rogN lve. An
.tlOI\ MOOn" to non .
1'.... on thfl beet
,t arOund In the
, ooulttlY.
,' he Miami fertilize, Com pan)
Of .. C' IN DAYtON. OHIO
.ACIOIlY IN' .... IN, OHIO
n. JlfIM1i p.,tUilt, II _
"""pend .. , Jlflami Valley ....
UncI., diNe' OINr.tlon 01' ". 0WfttN0
WE PAY FOR
}jhRsES $15;COWS'$14; HOGS $4.
00
cWt. .
ACCORDINC TO SIZE AND CONDITION
CA'J,
X E N I. A Fertilizer
4 S 4 x-tao.
LG. ......... ....
WAYNESVLLE BEATEN
BY EAGLES, 49 to 29
by Betty Thom i
. Waynesville lost to the
Eagles by 20 points last' week.
Although the home-team had
the sc'ore doubted on their op-
ponents during the first Quar-
ter, the Eagle s soon overtook
Waynesville. The Eagles didn't
allow the ' home-team to make
any points I during the
quarter. The Eagles had excel-
lent passwork and bankboard
playing compared to Waynes-
ville's. .
Waynesville Ptl.
Planck
10

8
Bernard
4

4
Rickey
. I 3
Ludington
0
Total

Brown
GiJpen
Ennis
Reynolds
Walker
Kibbey.
Bachelor
29
. Pta.
14
4
10
6
6
6
3
THE MiAMI GAZETTE PAGE',
.WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No.4U5
11H:URSDAV,. FEBR(jA'RY 12, 1948
MEETING DATE CHANGED
BY LEBANON FARM LOAN
Due to unforeseen circum-
stances the meeting date of the
stockholders of the Lebanon
National Farm I Loan has been
changed to March 9. will
be an all day meeting -
ing borrowers from Brown,
Clermont,. hlamilton and War-
ren Counties.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hart. ock
e ntertained with a buffet din-
ner on Saturday evening honor-
ing the birthday anniversary ' of
Mr: Hartsock, Five hundred was
the diversion of .. the evening.
Guests were Mr. ' and Mrs. Ly-
man Day, Mr. and Mrs .. Law-
rence Furnas and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Satterthw.aite amI
family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fhis-
pach and family, Mr. ' and Mrs.
Henry Satterthwaite and fam-
. i1y, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Prye
and sons and Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Rich.
The Business and Pro,e:res" v .
Total
Women's Club 'held its
49 meeting at the home of Mrs.
A. H. Stubbs on
Twelve members were present.
. The usual business session and
a program of readings wrt.
Referee.s: Cecil Russells
Benny Schalgheck.
SCQre by Quarters ':
and
1 2 ' 3
Waynesville t 4 14 20
Eagles ' . . . 7 24 , 40
4 joyed, followed by a socia) hou,r
29 with a lunch rerved by the
49 hostess.
Opea7Qays
a Week
UNTIL FURTHER' NOTICE
SUNDAY HOURS': 9 A. M; TO 6 P. M.
WEEK DAYS: OPEN AT 7:30 A. M.
. .
LACY'S QUALITY MARKET
PHONE 2662 WAYNESVILLE
Blaektop O-.Iveways
,
Road Oil
ReaurfaciD, .&ad Recoatinl

26 Oakwood Avenue 'LEBANON, OHIO 221-L
lAND ... GRAVEL
BLACK-TOP DRWES
TAR ... ROAD OIL

LAWN ... FILL DIRT
aEADY-1l1X CGRGDTE .
Pc:AVATD,IG ...
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It say.
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II
.. ,. lore n.an _ 250 SIP Petition;
I . 2 New T_WiJ('"PromiSetl
formal protest its poor
ice, signed' by more than- 250 was hoded to tk
of the 0,,10 . Central Te_h_
, With the petition w.ent b. Wmlfre.J.lfartsock,.
- leRVING president of the Progressjve W,omen's Qub, and Maynard
To settle I ask- 4a 'IVI,OINT8 A ,COpy secretary of the Civic Club. Both letters urged the cO.l1\pa!,y to
ed a few Waynesville business NO. t 'I prompt action and an early reply o . n the complaints m the
men: "If,you cQuld get a phone WAY-HE.VILLE, OHIO TIHURIDAV, ., RUARV 1',1M8 ,. rr
and service were hettel', would pe o'f the petition was framed by. the
,a telephone in your Morrow to Be . FD'Sl JJ Women's Club, while Civic Club members Itelped mgetting
The answers , indh.:ate tha.t , rea The Rev. Samuel N. Keys, chairma,. of the Ovtc Oub s com
the 400 number.s listed unde-r T" " , _ ... IOp' polo_t' mittee on phone service, took the petition and fetters to Lebanon
Waynesville in the current dir- . C. E. BRATI'ON ' yesterday and banded them personally to Harold ne':'l
ectory are iust a beginning' com , , Mr. C. E. Bratten of Willow- manager of the company. Mr. Augsburger took Job thIs
p
are
4 to what be, installed -Waynesvil1e High School's wood Drive, Dayton month after moving from the com;p'allY's exchange In MllI,ersburg.
11,1 this ,If people con- _ Spartans will face ,the powerful way at his nome last hursday Mr. Augsburger told Mr. that two more trunk lines have
sidered telephones worth tbe MDrrow first round morning 'and, funeral services been betWeeJ;l Waynesville and Lebanon, but be used
money. of- the toum- were held on Saturday after. until more parts are obtained., There are now four JInes muse.
of ament D:dt "ft \* f. B tt . The text of the yetition follows: , -

quo."'d be' Inp' announC! a er e ng, 0 ro rtha enwwas sup,ellr- , Tn The'Ohio Central Telephont'
u;; " ' opponents was held s week. mtendent 0 e , ay',nes'vi e " ' . 'II' 'I' ',- h ' Yo ' h'
if terested" 111 havln{, a p,ftone Other first-round PnIa will 'Schools from t 90Z until 1 l'Iosm
a
0 e ..anp Corp" 0 10
rut. in at the' the'atre .. , be Springboro vs. Harve"sburg and with his family resided in "I ---8 ' '''aa. ' To Whom It may concern:
,4,lso wantinJ! to be quoled is and Mason vs. Klnp Mills. The , Waynesville during that tume. ote.:.... I .. Pro ' ed ' We the citizens
r:trl W. Lacy, who l1as a phone carlisle team drew a ' bye , and Prpfessor B[atten was a fine 110,'1: II pOS of Waynesville, Ohio. -and com-
in '*, store but 'says he thinks will playA the winner of the Ma- teacher, admired by everyone, munity, users of tele ..
will ha-ve it taken out. When "son-Kings Mills on Thurs- and the lives of those pupils, operated and serviced
"'e it most. just after day. The wirmer of 'VaY!les. who came under his by the above nal)1ed company,
tflP. of his wIfe, he had to ville-Morrow contest Will :face were greatly enncbed. do hereby enter our 'protest 3-
(1rfve to lebanon to get good the winner of the 'Springboro- _ I Tile' class of (his last the rende(-
oli nearby Harve garne, also , on one here, holds a reunion ed to us as . a.
caJls. he , Thu five yaars 'and he "the
tJ1ere are f -- ., ''uran
t
; helD ?.'!!
. There ',are about 3.000 peo-
."Ie In tl;Je ,area covered bv this
in .Wayne Township
,ana They. have
ortly 406 ," or about
one for every seven and a half
persons. Nationallv the average
is about one to every three or
four. '
Figure out your loss for your-
self, dhio Central.
morning, from
ru,rnJt.,.q;'It1. ," t 1.:-5 'tbere
' of ICpitch_
'5eClono' rOund wiil be
at the' same hours on
I, ...... c:". nl5 IOttitr Starting
times are. Fn y at 71'. m. j Sat.
urday aftern n at 2- o'clock,
and Saturday evening at -; :30.

. paused to ',. ,
watch, it for ' a while, but no one The Little Miani River got
did anylhing about d. - tire<i of being last week.
, T h r e e 'of Waynesville's and ,spread out over bot.
young , men w,re- praying the, tomland"after the two-day rain
game, and donar bills' passe,d and meltipg snow I had fed the
'frequently them as the stream. .
luck of the fluctuated. , , "he week-end flood caused
The , pJayers in Main - relatively little damajte in tbis
Str,eet, far enougjl out so that immediate area' but many
I ' cars had to swing- around thein. pie were inconvenienced. The
The target for their coins waf-' water rose over 'the
the stone, step in .front of the and the road leading to Corw,",
Miami Gazette office. . and one WaynesviDe man toto
The ' editor ' of, the Gazette
a
of a ,33."miJe round trip. to make
who works for a , Jiving, an delivery ,in Corwin, half a
doesn't have quarters to throw nule from hiS' store. By Sunday
was , an amaz.ed spec. night Route: ,73 was open. again"
tator .- not so much because .put the ,"'High Water" sIgn re-
,the local constabulary was not ma'ined on Ro-qte' 42 southward
around" 'but. because so' much until after the' water receded on
, ' h ' Monday. .
money was , involved, in t e Bus service through Waynes-
hands of youths who had no
honest wOF'k to be doinO' in mid- ville was affected for two days.
,.., Then the weather began mak
, " " , ing 'up for the rough treatment
What It,. ,it has been giving '.Ohio lately,
Am I wrong m thlnkmg.J-hat the wi1h three straig:ht warm and
incident is worth sunny days. M,lll1 Street ther-
Should I have done anything J110meters soared to 85 degrees
more. than idly wonder' where iu yesterday's bright unshine.
"the law ' ' ,
. Mrs, ELoise Lang' of Cincin-
nati is the house guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Gordon.
Mr. and Mr. Charles t:llis
were unday 'evening supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Mockabee in Oakwood.
. learned 1 . Failure of the Telephone
" I "'estern: Gompany to provide sufficient
'I with tbe Federal Com- equipment for the satisfactory'
aot- hili: ' ,'- - munications Commission in operaJion of telephone service,
Washington last Friday to a- at peak, loads,. ,in the
......,.. . bandon its Lebanon office. Waynesville area, .
A stock 'of rabbits to' be: re It prpposes to send in- ,2. Failure of the Telephone
.Ieased on properties in Warren messages and receive all Company to provide sufficient
County is due. to ,be received this outgo'"f through. the equipment for satisfactory 5UV.
k f d trib t b thA office 0 the OhiO umtral Tele. b t W '11
wee or IS u loq y nhQne Comp",;,y, lnsl:..IOn
O'
tele. .tee e ween aynesvi e anu
Warren County fish and Game y AI- - the lebanon exchanve.which 're-
Conser:yation AssOci,atio.,. printers in the, Lebanon tele suits in a bottleneck of calls be . .
Members 0,( the' assoc,iation pl10ne Qffice. tween these points. ,
who r'ibblls on The ... offn:e 3. Inefficiency in the Tete-
their land shoula contact Dean would be similarly 'phone Company offices as, In.
Walton in Waynesville as soon FCG t)le. ap- dicated by the many
as ' placation. . It deternunes , found in the current telep'-ohe
Four reels of movies on jfiSh- what acitQn It Will ,the directory. Errors ()f numbers'
ing, hunting and Skiing, ,with other cOenng about and dulicate numbers have
one comic reel were shown 1 00 com,muRltJes. _ " repeatedly 'been made.
,when fhe county association met request w.as opposed by , 4; Inefficiency in the opera.
last Thursday night .in the Far- I, a unton of telegraphers, who , tion 'of the s.witchboard at Leb.
Grange Hall '" contended , the a- anon as mdlc.ated by num ..
Ville. Among the .96 persons at. mounts to a and erous ''Complalnts of subscribers '
tending were several new merit would in - not able to get- an
bers. , !aws. The FCC Cited an opm- answer when a Ime is obtained
Lunel1 was served at the Ion fro!" ,the. U. S. .attorney- between Waynesv,ilJe and Le.b.
meetina w'th Dean Walto ' i general s that anon or unsatlsfactorv and
, I I , 11 ,n such' propGsals'rQld not a.mount " " ,
of the and to a' merger ,and did ,not Violate em 6>
.flbbS. and Ed assIst . the law. '
tng him.
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REV. ACCEPTS
CHARGE IN MIcHIGAN
GOODWW. INDUSTRIES O. S. U. VETERINARY ,
SEEKS LARGE FARM COLLEGE 'HAS 2 The Rev. Ralph Parks wh'o
" STUDENTS FROM AREA the ,rector at st. Mary's
Goodwill Industries of Day- E}?lscopal Church . in Waynes-
fon plans to train , handicapped Edwin l. Oavis of W'aynes- for th'ree years before
people it) anc a ville and William S. Carr of gOtnK to Dayton IS p,anning to
farm i.s needed within , Harveysburg are among the 50 io Wyandot1,e,
Dayton for ,stUdents who, were on the honor ',MICh. .
tbls ThiS cannot, be a ron with scholastic averages of. He has. accepted full chatge
1948 o,bJechve unless 3.00 or better, it was announc- of St. .Stepnen's Episcopal
provides the fatm, because ed when grades were compiled , Ch':lIch m Wyandotte. , The
' Goodwill doesn't , carry suffi,ci- ' for the fall quarter at Ohio pansh ha aboqt 1500 mem.
ent capital to finance such an State UniverSity's College of bers. , . ./
operation, "Robert E. Watkin, Veterinary Medicine Parks.'s a of Nel.
executive director sard. ' , ' . son Ville, OhIO and -atttended
A izable proportion. of dis- the !lew students en- Ohi,? State, .Ohio Wesleyan
I at OhIO, State fO,r the Y,ale, Clnd 'Columbia Universi:
a Jed people who apply for wmter IS Mc<;:lam N, tICS. He was in Wa ,nesvilJe
jobs lexpres intetest in farming of WayneSVIlle, the 942 to 1945'. Since )hen he
a vocation. The farm; will be universIty announced, has, assistal1t pastor" of
utIlIzed as a means of occupa- Chn t EPiscopal ChUi h in Day.
t!onal therapy, for the produc- M\. and. Mr . J ohn Mercer ton, filling in durIng the rector'S
tlOn food for the Goodwill .llttle daughter ar now liv. I vacation there-fn the summer of
' lafeter,la, and for a camp _ m the home recently. vacated 1945 a perman-
gram. bv Mr. and Mr . . Howard hutts. ent assistantshIp In November.

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The Miami Gazette
BSTABLISBED 186 0
Published Every Tilursday
At Waynesville, Ohio
CARL G. 8M ITH, Editol'
Entered as second class matter at the Poat Office
' / SUBSCRIPT-ION RATE:
$1.50 a Ye,ar in , Ad,vance
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.. -
Events Goming Up
(To have events listed in thi calendar, notify The Miami Gazette
, . before 4 p. m. !uesdays.) , , '
, ' SATURDAY, FEB. 21
Waynesville Farrilers Exchange Dinner. '.
SUNDAY, 22
Go Tb Church! '
'MONDAY, FEB. 23
Bqy Scout Troop. '40 at 7 :15 P. M. ,
. TUESDAY, ' FEB. 24
St. Mary's Church Boy's Club at Rectory, 7 :30 P. M.
... '
, WEDNESDAY, FEB.25 '
Waynesville vs. Morrow, tournament game at Middletown, 9 :20
, P. M. '
,'" . THURSDAY, FEB. 26
'Girl's Friendly Society, Episcopal Rectory, 3 P. M.
, Lenten service at St. Mary's Episcopal 8 P. M.
r,ound of basketball tournament, Middletown, . P. M:
I .
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CHURCH WOMEN IOBSERVE HAPPY HOUR CLUB THE MIAMI 'GA'ZETTE PAGE 2
WORLD DAY OF MEETS 'ON TUESDAY WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No.4S58
The Warren County Council I E R '
of Church WOqlen met at the Mrs. Arthur Hartman was TH'U.RISDAY, F B 19, 1148
Friends HOlllse last Fri- 'hostess to the Happy Hour Club ' . '
day to observe the 'World' Day Tuesday of the week lar Hoak. Mrs. Vern Smith and
of Pra.yer. WIth abouf eighteen members d aug h t e 'fl" Mrs. Rose,
Dunng the mO(l1ing Mrs, .;and presen,t. I : MrS. La4g
h
m and sonS, M'rs.
Raymond Braddock gave 'a re- Mrs! Russel ' .-Lawrence Cook and Mi's.
,view of , the "Union Sig-nal ,"- conducted the busme s : Benton Hoak , and dau2"hters,
Of the W'.; C. f. U.; and wa I Hunt
peclal musIc was presented by . by MIS. ElSIe Hockett. I . : and; the" cltUqren.
the Bfown children; Mrs. Olive ' Mrs. Donald Jones. t\V9 I. : ,J < , ' ;' 1 '" r'"
Curl a reporlt and Mrs., vocal solos, Mrs. . ,. ./ '. ,, : ' '. ' ,
Ra:lph Lane of Red Lion gave' Clyde ,From,rn
an address on "The Menace of mg and tw.o entel t,atnl!1g con ::l\!er.e wee.k"eo,d ofihe .la;t-
Moderation." , :, . .. , Ii ter s patents
After the luncheon there ,; .1 he cl!-!b adJPu,rneq ,fo l.i '
a worship Mrs. D. "J. With Mrs. Warten, ,,;":, "\7 ' .. : : ' : : '
Frazier spoke on "Reli-gious March, a SOCial. ' . . ' : ' ..
Education i" Mrg. Penton Fish was en]Gy;ed .,wJth a .dellclous " 0 To P G'
of Colum:bl)s sppke on "Church salad course by host ;' r. I '. ' rOSyenOr
Women at Work;" Sue FurrJas sS. ;, ", ; ,, :, ' "
and Wilhelmina Bra,ddock gave:," : .. -oPTOMETRIST
a duet" and Donald Mr's. Carlton Cook entertain-
ed th; program by smgmg The . ed with a birthday party on Sat-
Lord sPrayer as a solo. ' ' .. urday afternoon the
large at the fifth birthday of her tittle d'augh-
meetmg. . ter Janet and toe ixth birthda v '
,LENTEN SERVICE
AT ST. MARY'S '
The speaker thL; Thur day,
Feb. 1'9, at St. Mary's Episcopal
Church Lenten Service at 8 0'- '
dock, wilt be GeOIl!;e Y.! Hook,
chairman of the Mjddletown Ci-
tizens Committee.
Mr. Hook is' well Qualified to
on the subje,c,t of "The
Christian's Relation to World
Order." He recently returned
from the International 'Youth
of Linda, daughter of Mr. ana
Mrs. Benton Hoak. Games were
played and the little honor
guests received many lovely
gifts. Two beautifutly deco-rated
birthday cakes were cut and ser
ved with heart-centered ice
cream to the many guests.
Those who enjoyed the after-
, noon together were Mrs. t{oscoe
Furnas and son, Mrs. Charles
, Koogler and daughter, Mrs. Kel-
" ,' ,, 'h '
HOURS:
Tues. 7 P. M. to"'9 P. M.
Wed. 8 A. M. to 12 Noon
, ,
Sat. 7 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Located Across from Post '

"
Ohio
EPISCOPALIANS TO HEAR - Council ',at Oslo, Norway; from
SERMON OVER RADIO , ' which ,point he traveled
On Sunday. Fet. 19, substan- thl' ugh occupied , Ell-
tially ' ever_y membel: of the rope. , ,
Episcopal Church ,will hear the Everyone m the community
METHODIST CHURCH voice of their PresidinR: Bishop, is invited t come and hear Mr.
R. B. 'COLEMAN, Min_ter the Rt. Rev. Henry Knox Sher- Hook.
Sunday School ' , 9 :30 a.m. rill, by 'means of a new and ex- ----..,...---
'J. J. Supt. , traordinary use of radio. In WAYNE. FARMER'S ,CLUB'
S
30 W '1\ th t ENTERTAINED BY HOAKS
Worship ervlce 10: a.m. aynesvi e, e congrega IOn Mr. ' Ml'S. Kell,er lIoak en- ,
youth FeUo\ ,e:hip of St. Mary's Church will sit in' no
Thursday, 7 :30 pm. their pews 'and at. :32 , te'rtained the Township'
_ a. m., the: PresIding Bishop's Fal'mer's Club . and ' guests at
'11 h d tIl' , f their countrr home' last Thurs-
........ HOLL
v
METHO DIST vOice WI ue ear, e 0 d ....
Ml ,a ,a '. the needs of war-devastateo ay. ecoratiOlis were in
T. M. SCARFF, Mini.ter countries in Europe and ............J.....l!L.Ud.u..u.u...............u-=---
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m and urging ' Episcopal CHbrch son, and an excellent turkey
A. Supt. members ever where 1 accept di,nner was served. '
Worship Service 10:30 a.m. the duty and privile,!!'e of help- The speaker was Mayor
Evening Service 7 :30 p ..m. ing these suffering millions. Kelly of Franklin, whose topic
_ Whe'n Bishop Sherrill's '10- wa Abraham' Lincoln.
" ST. MARY'S 'EPISCOPAL minute address ends. the rector Bob Hastings . in minstrel at-
of St. Mary's, the Rev. Samuel tire sang "Rosie" ,ano "Mam-
' "8AMUEL N. KEYS, Mini.ter ' N. Keys, Will tell his people h.O\v my." Mrs. , Fulkerson
'Church School 9 :30 a. m. they ma have it part in thi presentefi the. special topic, "Fa-
Nursery School 10:30 a; m. program of' aid for the distres- vorite Songs.'" M.rs.' Gilbert
Morning Prayer 10':30 ,a. m. t Then the opportunity will Frye 'sang '.'Massa-'s in the Cold . '
I - , be given for immediate 'gifts Cold Ground,'" ,and the whole
M .. s, Robe" I ... nard 'n .... ct. on. 0' 200 .ev.n.w o.d
b .. ooded w.,II, 'wo Itomemad. e'.ct ... c broode ... , .aclt "ea,.d ,
wi',. 150-waff flOod lamp Rabe .. ' , lernard an" b"o'''.r,
, Donald, botlt "radua' 0' 0"'0 S'a'. Un'" .... '", Itov
wll',. '.,,"orn layIng floc. 0' oyer 3000 bIrd 10;1t par'ne ...
a .. e en'''u.'as''c abou' e'ec,rlc brood.r
I
... - .
UTICA E. U. B. CHURCH and short-time. pledg-es. group joined in singing "Battle
,REV. WILLIAM 8HANNON .Hymn of the ReputiJic/' -ore
.' , . FRIENDSHIP CLUB Guests were Re'v. and Mrs. ,

Better survival records,
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m. MEETS AT COLEMAN'S R. D. Rev. ,and 1\"\1:$. - h ' I""
:'Mrs. James Supt. . The FrierydshiJ) Club met in . Samuel Keys, Mrs. Martha ,Hen- , ea InU
P.reaching. 1st and, 3rd Sundays regular sessIOn on Wednesday Mr. an.d
onth 10 :30 a.m. afternoon at the with , .and Glenn Smith; MisS- -- LI rd
_ R. 8, Coleman hostess, . Bunnel, Bob l:Iastings, -A a ;.)
faster growth.
and better leathering-
what poultry farmer
wouldn't be interested'
,
-
WAYNESVIIl.E aSSisted by Mrs. George. Pete - ' Mr. and Mrs. Benton ,Hoak and .. ,
, anJRCH OF CHRIST .son, Mrs ... Arthur Hopkms and daughter, Mrs. Clarence Bar- t .
< Stella Hollantl. ker and, son, Mr. Robert -Crew,
M. Johnston, MlDllter About 20 members and ,and Seth Furnas Jr '
&hoo} , 9 :30 a.m. friends were present. The March ' me'ding will b'e
Communion '. a.m. Mrs. M. ' D. , Baird was in held in Harveysburg with din-
Evening Service ' 7:30 P. M. charge the , a ner in the Grange Ha:ll :
_ ' short busm:ess was held'" " (
FRIENDS R. C. Moler reaq an in- ' Mrs. Willard Furnas and iil-
Day School 9:30a.m. story gn ' ,'Ltncoll)" fant son been at the home
for Worship . and Mrs. Roy Miner and MISS of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
, to 30 Judy ,Conner played a piano SaliSbury, ,since returning
CAES ' : a.m. duet. Contests also were a part from the hqspitaI. The infant
REV C?f the program. F ,ing ad- on was returned to the Miami
W
. h' S .' In er Journment. to. me t with Mrs. Hospital on Sahirday
. ors .IP ervlce" 1 0
9
:445
5
a. m. , M. 1;>. Baird m March, 'dainty evenmg, for observation and
Sunday . a. m. refrt'shments were rv j . , treatment. .
ST.' AUGUSTINE II
Priest , C 0 J " L 'E T 'E'
Mass . . 9 :00 a. m. i'-.I ..,
FERRY CHURC,,' of CHRIST
RALP.H -E. STINSON, Mlnl.t... ' , . \' ,S E RV ICE"
Bible School 9 :30 a.1n.
Morning, Worship to :30
Pr.yer MeetinJ 7 :00 p.m.
People s .,
Services
7:00 p.m.
7 :30 p.m.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert Allen
and baby daughter of Detroit
_Michigan guests of their
ents Mr. and Mrs. George
Waterhouse.
Attention to defails is the key.
. \ note of our efforts
STUBBS Puneral Home
WAYNESVO...LE, o.
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a simple, i,nexpensive brooder that
gives the resuits the Bernard brothers get with the
'use of brood(!r$?
Installatio'n and of the practical,
brooders shown in the takes
yery little time. Their a lot less
work and attention, for 'ith electricity there's no
" messy handling of fuel. Temperature of the brood-
er is automatically' and accurately controlled, ,and
'the hazard is pr,actically eliminated. The
. all cost is usually less than ,for other types of-heat;
fuel need not be bought in advance stored.
For on germicidal
lamps and ()ther electrical aids to the poultry busi- . '
vour County Agricultural Agent or the ...
Farm Rep,resentative 0' The Dayton Power and
Light Company serving neighborhood. '
Tun.'n "HOUR 0' CH...... Sunda" 5,SO p, M.,
- W,Hr COLMAN, Tu.s.,,: 9,H' P. M.
III LII.I CIMPAD_
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Won Lost
The infant son of Mr. and 'slI!W S.lW
PAGE 3 TcHE' MIAMI GAZETTE
OHIO No. 4a.5e
TH'UR8DAY, FEBRUARY 19 .. 194e
Henderson Bros.
Waynesville
Tomm?l's Place
2 ,
3..1
33
22'
2.3
24
Mrs. R.alph reters in -HM' .10 uo dU104J. .i W
" the Chddrt!t s HospItal, CmCJll- ... \ un uo tngU Jl;)lll UI . ,
nati, fo,r the past several : days J uUlP uosdwoqi
for treatment. ' '3 . ! \\:q SJ W pu e u - ---;::--
INDEPENDENT LEAGUE
by Betty Thom;::.
PETE'S PLACE BEATS
WAYNESVILLE 4239
, Waynesville lost again last
Thursday by a mar gin
of 3 points. , Pete's Place usually
had- the- score doubled on
Waynesville, but the 'borne-team
started 'gaining back in
fourth Quarter. The final score
was 42-39.
The referees were Russells
and Johnsons.
Scoring:
.WayneaviUe
Bradley
Rickey
Ludin,;ton
Sackett
. J.lJanck
Bernard
Total ,
Place
Kibby
l.l uchanOJl
Traylor
Dollar
Henderson
Vale
Total
Pta.
- 10
o
5'
7
11
6
39

10
' t 0
2
10
7
3
42
I

C. Palmer
O. Rose
B. Gons
I. Mulford
V. Hill
E. Ramby
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169
166
1'22
133
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168 150
169 158
178 162
,153
115
1-57 133
825 133
Grade School ,Notes
, (By Mias Hardin)
June Mendenhall left the
sixth grade Wednesday to go to
Deriver, Colorado to live. That
leaves 52 .in the sixth grade.
The )third grade is studying
about children of the hot lands
and how they live. They have
learned that people in hot lands
_ eat " very little meat, because
meat makes heat in the body.
They are also learning. to name
and spell the Oceans and Con-
"tinents.
have a new Reader cal-
led "Fit and Ready." It is a
combhlation Reader and Health
, book. , .
Friday afternoon of. this week
will be the monthly Temperance
We feel that the
children are receiving some les-
sons that will prove very valu-
' able in the future.
ousekeeping- 29 25
29 25
Co. Rec'd. 27 I
27
Handigas 25 29
Eagles 13 41
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483 161 4842 142 34
. 496
165 . 82'09 ' ,1'6 t 51
506 169 4315 149 29
153 153 6993 146 48
237 . 1;18
7981 15t 53
423 141 8071 149 54"
2298 151 150
ATrEND SCOUT ' BANQUET
. Boy Scout \Vcek activitJes in
th,ls area ended last Thursday
With the annual banquet in th'e
HQteJ Manchester at Middle-
town. Atnong the 800 boys and
adults at the banquet were 14
from W.aynesvilJe. '. .
They were: Mr. and Mrs.
Therle Jones Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Mehaffie, Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Stubbs, Scoutmaster Jos-
eph E. James, Assistant Ronald
Rush, and Scouts Bill tubbs
Bob Moran, Jack James, David
Hartsock, Peter Keys, and Jenry
Rush. '
The 'main speaker was Conrl-
. Thomas ,J.. Keane, n:a-
director .of civic relatiolll-
shIps. for the Boy Scouts of
Amenca. .
Mrs. Maynard Weltz'"" was a
of Mr: and Mrs.
K., R. H1I1 m Grove City. ,
ANNlUAL REPORT OF: THE CLERK OF THE VILLAGE OF CORWIIN
WARREN COUNTY, OHIO, 'For the JFiseal Veal' Ending ,Dec. 31, 1947
, . Corwin, Ohio, February 9,
I hel'eby cert! fr the following report to Ibe correct.
MARGARET AILLEN, Vlllage Clerk
, SCH.EDULE A' .
SUMMARY OF FUNiD BALAN'CES, RECEIPTS ' AND EXPENDITURES
. Bal.' Jan. ,1. Receipts :Bal. ..
Dec. 31
General Fund . : ......... : .............. $ , 67.85 1697.87 684.33 1071.39 ,
Auto License Repair \Fund . ... . . 171.08 482.41 285.79 367.70
l'otals General Village Funds ....... 228.93 2180.28 970.12 ld9.09
Gl'and Totals ol All Funds (Clerk) .. ,'. 228.93 2180.28 97().i2 143-9.09
Total Cash Balance, Dec. 31, 1947 ... ......... .. .
SCHEDULE B-1
SUMMARY .OF RECEIPTS
Property Taxes-General Fund ......... ............ 1090.91'
Total Property Taxes ....... .. ... . ............... . ... ", : " ,
Cigarette Tax ................... .. ..... . ... ..... . : .......... .
State Motor Vehicle Tax ...... . ...................... . ....... .
C'....asoUne Tax . . . ....................... . .................................. ,
,
Sales Tax .............................................. ........
Special Assessments-.Gene ral Village Funds .......... 95.13
Total Special Assessmi!nts ... . ................... : . . .... . .
General VUJage and Other Funds ......... '..... ... . . . II.H
Total Miscellaneous Fees Sales and Charges .... ..... ..... . .
Electricity Sales, etc. . ... .. ... ... .. : . . ... .. .. : .. .. : : ... 78.00
Total Public Service Enterprises ..... . : ... .............. .... .
Total . Revenue .............. ................. . ..... ... , ....
Grand Total Receipts ...................... ........... ' ...
SCHEDULE B-II ,
---SUMMARVOF EX,PENDITURES
General Govemment-Lectslatlve (Council) ... . ....... 102.00
to .... 011. and Property--PoUce ....... ' .' ' .
Total Protectt'on Person and Proper:ty .............. '
San1tatlon-General VtJla.ge ' Funds ' .. .. . ' .............. .
Total Sanitation ........ : ............................
IHlghways-General Village Funds ......... ... ..... . .
To.ta,l High ways ...... ................... , ............. .
Miscellaneous--General Village Funds . . ..............
Total Miscellaneous ...............................
. Total Exp. & Outlay ....... " ....... .. : ... ..... . ' .....
Grand Total Expenditures .......... ..... ....... . ..
n .oo
201.00 .
80.00
30.0()
116.25
116.25
267.60
2167.60
866.37
366.37
970.12
970.12
1439.09
H190.97
18.S0
158.73
226.09
510.30
95.13
3.H
78.00
2tl.80.28
2180.28
,onus
'AlOJIicatioD' FO .... S and Assistaace In Pilling Them
eat WiD Qe At . the Following Plaees "On ,
. . . '
71h
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-a. 'ID.Till -5" 'p. -
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LEGiON HALL, MASON
AMERICAN LEGION HALL, FRANKLIN
VETERANS OF WARS HALL, MORROW
BE SURE TO lUlING ORIGINAL PAPERS
DR: 'He M. SERVICE omCER, SOLDIER' 'AND SAILOR RELIEF COMMllTEE
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Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Tondinson,
Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Earnhart,
Mr. oscoe Furnas, Mr. and Mrs.
Ru. () el Wilson and Mr. and Mrs.
Alva Ludington were at
the Farm Bureau. Member hi \)
Dn\'e banquet at the Lebanon
Pre, l yteri an Church on Tues-
<1a ev nin,e:.
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A I!ARM DIARY
DY D. J. FRAIZER
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deep co.vered at lleast half of gone, if he has the gun in his
it. We' are wondering how that hand.
much got in and won.dering I There seven reabirds up
even more how to get It out. by the barn Saturday looking
There is ,a tile rain some where for corn. How I I had a
but none of us could locate it crib full. Last week I we.nt to
and it must have been frozen the Jackson sale over on Bun-
up at the outside end for ' the 11e" Hill R{)ad, but 1. ..dido'! get
TfoiE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 4
WAVNESVILLE, OHIO , No. 4381
T,HU,RSDAV, FE.RUARV 19, 1948
cailers were Mrs. ' Robert Greene
and Delores
Walker of 'Dayton. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Run-
,yon. spent with Mr.
Mfs. Ha-r(jld.-EJlel: otne.:ar.
FEbruary 1-6, 1948, Zero, -water dKln'.t "A:Ml :rlle .poor.. COIll __ .The iust Jot sold. for
sunshine thaw, fog, rain, flood, pigs alml()st had to swim to get $.2'.20 an i Dearth Sheehal'l took
sunshine: freeze. That is . the to the feed through. Fortunate- half of all there was. Then the
kind of weather that we ha,d last Iy one corner was high enough man that bid in tnenexllot took
. week. If there was any kind that for them to have a dry bed at , what was left and I never even
.. READ THE CLASSIFIED AD,S a ' we missed, it was something any rate. . bid. There was a Saturday
Mrs .. Anna Lucas spent a rew
:days last week with her
ter Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Thomp-
son of Midland. '\
SI-JOE , "?t
REBUILDING
AYNESVILLE REPAIR
SERVICE '
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
WAYNESVILLE
. STORE
PHONE 2121
that we can't have in February. The crows . are. very bold but I had ha(i so much trouble
Mr. alld Mrs . .James Wildman
of Jackson Ohio spent Sunday
night. and with her
pare'1ts Mr, and Mrs . .
and,taplily.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Come-
stock and children of Beaver- .
town were weekend guests of
their aunt Mrs. Alice Turman.
M rand Mrs. H it)' Gibson cal-
led' OIl Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ro.
Sunday afternoon . .
.Friday the fog was so thick that these days. day I am g?- .in and out at .this one
you couldn't see a car's length ing to. have a loophole an that I <;lId not dare try m Satur-
it -rained, and how one of my doors so .that I' can day's mud. I always wonder
It did ram. The water has been Slip a gun in it and shoot at why they do not have some one
up over. the. roads out of them. No matter how close they direct traffic at tllese No
Wayn,esvllle thiS week end aI!d ' come and how busy they seem could get 'out until every-
flash floods were reported 10 to be' they always see, if I open' thing ",vas. all over there
:r
he
sewers a window or a door or try to a big trutk right 10 the
at the, pla!}t In sneak around the house to get middle of, the road. Lunch was
ton dldn t work Frtday mght a shot at them, They are even served from that fancy ' new
and the worKers had trouble going by hundreds to try td get lunch wa.gon trailer that some
ge ting to' their cars and the com out of a ' small patch on.e has started. I try .anY7 Car'l G, Smith and Mr. an:d
out. that is still in the field over on thlr:fe. I miSS the home. and Mrs. Clarence J. pavls
Saturday morning we went Township Road. My tenant rna e --pIes served by some were Su'oda.y l?,'uest,s of
down to the hog house to see there has 'tried shooting at them or Grange. Mr. Smith's cousln and .husband
l
about movin'g In , some. little but after the first time the look- , It IS bad news to me tha' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sirnl?son, at
pigs. We were having a flood outs always see him as soon as R.alph Parks has accepted a call Earlham College' in Richmond,
m there. Water a foof or m'ore he comes out the door and are to Wyandotte, Mich.!, and will . I d
Veterans Are 'Required to' Answer
0,0 Ohio Bonus Form
-
be leaving SOO'l1. It Isn't often n.
that you can have two'ministers !In' m
but file Pa,rks so near il bas
been possible for to enjoy ", . emort41n
both th'e fal1l;ily aud the Harry' Clifton Haines, was
Keys fahllly and I shall miss ' born September 15, 1870, and
them very they go. departed this ,life on ' February
The sun Just looked throuth 5 th, . 1.948, . aged seventy-s.eveq
f t It f the clouds and the redbird Slt- years,-follr m' onths, twenty-one
Twenty ques'tt'o' ns whl'ch mllst con memen resu a sen- t . th t " t 'd
.. .,.. t b t t' I d' 109 m e ree ou Sl e my win- d
be answered by each veteran ence y . cour mar la urmg d W' b t' It 't b ays:-
, 1 f h h' b foreign service. . a egan a SlOg. won e His early life was spent in
who app ies or teo 10 onus 13. Indicate whether .servic,e now 'until spring is here . . Wunesville, Ohio.
were listed by Dr. H. M. f d' A ' N We just counted a. flock of 20 e aSM'Q'ine
d
1n holy wed-
Iiams, service OffIcer. was per opne m ,/<\rmy., avy, ced t " th f
', "I' would advI'se every vete'r- Marine Corps, Coast Guard, or a wax-wmg's 111 e trees lock with elvina Ratchford, 0
th over by the .sp'rinf There is a Sardinia, Ohio, on Februa,ry
an 'to get out his 0 1
e
4
r
. Was separo/ atl'on from ac pafirto
l
f rob,ins t 'ere too. One 17th, t 897. '
servic pap,ers and stu .y. IS 1st . . - . 0 , 1em IS ,slth.ng in my He leaves to mourn his pass-
so that he can answer the. five duty. by assign- berry bush eatlOl?,' the berries ing, his wife, Melvina, three
t'lons when he f.lls out hl's ap- ment to macbve status, or re- and the otlle . . th t M th H "
, r IS m e ree. daughte,rs, Mrs. ar a ames
pll'cata'on form," Dr .. WIII1am.s tirem,ent? Spl'I'ng ' I'S surel he' Bett t St
' Y reo er ge Shields, Mrs. Lacie evenson
. {5. Was .vereran separated 'to work on that income fax re- and Mrs. Elizabeth Byard; one
1 to 5. Veteran's full name, from active duty under honor- turn., 't " son, Howard Allen Hainesj two '
address, date of ser.vice or 'a.
b1e
cond.itions? son-in-Iaws j one ' daughter-in-
serial numbers, and Name under 16. Is veteran , still on .active m' . :.JJ. ' '!( law j ' three
which applicant served in the duty in the armed forces of the . two grandsons, all of Dayton,_ .
armed forces. ( . U. S? If so, certificate of com- .' ".. . I.. . 'I '" Ohio, numerous cousins, and
'6. Was ' veteran on active missioned officer is required many 'friends. , . -'----';" __
duty Dec. 7, 1 - .answers to preceding M'r, and Mrs. W. A. Callahan During the many years he re-
7. Date active duty com- 15 questions. ' and children'Patrick and'Sharon sided in Hillsboro, Obio, he was
, menced if after Pearl Harbor 1 i. Statement of residence of Mt. , Cincinnati, employed by Holt Brothers
Day. .. and number of selective service and MI'. and Mjs. '(V il1iam'CaUa- Broom PaCtory; Strain and
8. Date veteran was board, if veteran had registered han of Hyde Park, Cincin,nati, Walker Broom Factory and the
ed from duty. for the draft. and Mr., and Mrs. Hamid Filer C S Bell Foundry of Hills.
9. Date of and date ' 18. Statement of place of re- of nea.r Xenia were recent din- bora: Upon to Day-
sidence' of Dec. 7,1941, if on ner of Mr. and Mrs.T: ton, he was associated with the
vice' between Dec. 7, 1941. active' duty at that tim-e.
t
anQ C. Runyan of Mt. Hollr . '-Weiler Broom Works, and the
Sept. 2" '1945, both ' da.tes place where it had been ouring . Mr. and Mrs. T. c. ' Runyan Frank HillsrnJth Company.
inclusive, dudrig w.hich veteran. one year precedinr, that day. ,'visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mr. Haines died 'of a heaft at-'
was. in domestic service. 19:' Statement of. ' plate 'of Filer neal Xenia Sunday. tack, after a lingering illness,
to. Number of dayS in penal ,residence when, veteran com- , Mr. tewis Crawford of Xenia at his home, 1034 Walnut
confinement 'as, a result of sen- menced active'd\lty after Dec. 1" called on his J),arents Mr. alfd Hills Place, Day.ton, Ohio . . Fun-
tence by 'court martial during 1941 and place where it had Mrs. Clarence Crawford also eral services were ' conducted
domestic service.. been during one year preceding Miss Minnie Crawford af Day- by Hev. Joseph Henry, at the
11. ' Date of and "his first day sud) aC,ti,,;e duty. ton spent the end with her Schlientz and ' Moore Bros,=-;--,-,-
T"+"-'--'-Oate of ending of each period 9f . . 20. apphed f0.t, parents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Funeral Home, Dayton, on
service b'etween Dec; ' 7, .1941 or received, from a state othr Crawford. . .' urday afternoon, With inter.menf
STOKE'S DA1RY
EAOOW 00'-0 Products"
Phon . , 21 ,LEBANON, OH 10 .
FRANK SIBCV, Repr.eeentative ,
ROGERS & SIMPSON
TRACI'OR SA'.!S
.... 1341
' WAYNESYJLI..Et 0100
and Sept. .2, 1945 t:loth dates thall Ohio a bonus or cOmpen- Mr. , Berges ' in . Memorial Park Cemetery,
. 'inclusive, during which veteran sation based upon service in the and children f)f payton, Ohio, . The Fraternal
was'in foreign seryice. anned forces of the U: S. in spent Sunday afternoon Oraer of . E.agles, of whicb he
12. days in pen.al War II? Mr. and Mrs. lue Morgan. Other \Va's a meI)lbeF, conductedm'em.
orial services at
the funeral home.
WAl:L ..PAPER - . NU ENAMEL
ICDt-TONE
'. GENERAL ELEcrRIC BULBS
<
. ,Appliance Co
PHONE ._.r. ...
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We 16sfa dear a
10):a1 ffl end, a good neighbor, a
good. '
cannot sa'y, and' I will not say
That .1 e is dead,,-He is just
. . away! "
? Nith it cneer.y smile, a a wave
of the hand, . ' .J...
. He has wandered into an un
known land. '
lef,t us dreaming how very
fair .
It f!lust be, since . he
hngers there. . . '
And who '-the wild-
est yearn ' '. ..
For the step and the
.' .(t.ad return.
Think of him faring on, as dear
I n the love of There as the '
love of Here;
." Think of him still as the same
I say; I
He is not dead-he is just
away.
Whitcoiiib Riley.
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, PAGE 6 THE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAVNUVILLE, OHIO ;Net.435I
. TH'U,A8DAY, 1t, 1M8
,
Food, and other are already being reduced
by retailers In . many of the large cities
of the country, evid.ently in an endeavor to get rid
of high-cost inventories without taking too great a
10s8,. Such action is a 'strong indication the
interests believe that the price drop i8_ not a tem-
porary one, but that commodity prices ' will
PetitioD

_ fJuD PIlle 1)
rude replies to civil ' questions
asked.
5. Crossed JInes or' circuits
causi'ng unnecessary noise or d'u-
pttcate-con versa tionS', especiall v
on long distance calls. . '
ca:n or will make any attempt
at correction of the alJove spec-
ified faults.
. In the ebent such information
IS not fort within a rea-
sonable time after this petition
is. received by the Company, it
then ' the wilt of the pe_
to present their case to
the State , Public Utilities
Commission for .their cohsidera-

' Whereas, these 'existing
conditions are the cause of a
g;reat amount of inconvenience
to' the Wa:ynesville community MARRIAGE LICENSES
and its telephone subscribers,
With: a Buck'eve
In Congress .
, to-drift, -eoneieeasl, m.. t'b, weeka..
and months ahead. Cuts in the retail priaes of food
and other necessities of life wilJ, go far
stoppmg or blocking wage increase demands by or-
aani .... labol' aDd other groups of workers. Where
J;Dade the empioyers , will not be
prou 'M pat .... iDcre'ases as readily as in the
patt, f. aU bulnen and industry is becoming very
cautious in making commitments for the future.

and , Gerald Gene ' 18, Leb-
Whereas, the 'present curtail- anon, electrician, Nannie Allen, '17,
_ , ment of the telephone service Lebanon, factory workler.
Despite ,some stories to the contrary, the sudden in this community can be classed 50nley Smith, 24,
CLI ,.0 ...
., c ....... , ... OWe . ........
break in commodity prices caught the Truman Ad- alS a definite hazard to life and paper worker, ,Myrtle Easterling,
ministration flat-footed. While demanding that some- property, and , 30, ,
While some of the Truman Administration argue
,to tlie contrary, it is the general opinion here in
Washington that the has busted," and that
in commodity and stock prices the
past few weeks is but the beginning of the primary
post-war recession or depression. In fact, commodity
prices declined more in the first five 'days of the
market break than In any similar periol! of time
since 1920. Most students of the situation believe
may rally a bit now and tpen, but that the
downward will continue for at least the next
,six or months before the final levelling off
perlOd is reaehed. 'It is also befng predicted that' by
Spring Summer of 1949 'economic conditions wili
have so ' righted themselves, that the country will
be in for five years or more of greli'f prosperity.
The present" economic pattern seems to be about
the same as that followed the fotlowed the first
World War. ,
thing spould be done to' reduce hign prices, the Ad- Whereas the 'undersigned Harold W. Ware, 125, Franklin,
mini"tration has undoubtedly been desirous of main- ' feels it is the duty of the Tele- mechanic, Golden Taylor ' 23
.
taining the. boom at a high level until after the No- phone ' Company to take the Franklin, nUfse. "
vember. elections. On the third day. that grain and necessary steps to immediately' Leroy Lam:b, 26, Franklin, bar-
other commodities had gone down the limit per-' correct these difficulties, we tender, Leona Harper, 22, Frank-
mitted by law, President ruman issued a statement hereby petition said Telephone lin, waitress. . ,
warning' the American people that if prices did Company to a. full state- Raymond Elston, 26, ' Cincinnati,
not stop going up we would have a depression in ":lent in writing, covering the Inez Dilk, Lebanon, clerk
________ _
pared for him several days before, when hia ad-
visets ,were confident no price break would come
any time ' soon-all of- which demonstrates how
much the Government experts actually know about
economics.

One of the reasons for the recent price break is
the fact that supply ,and demand-especiaUy at
the high 'prices which have been in effect-have
been brought into balance. The supply pipe-lines of
goods and commodities have been pretty well filled .
and retail inventories are at an alt-time'
high. Thete can be economic in such
a situation; and, if the present price decline proves
to be as general. and as lasting as most observers
believe it wili be, then there is a likelihood that
the general price level will go down to
from fifteen to thirty per cent below that which per-
tained on January first, before a new price level is
established. '
... . .
NOW. ANYONE CAN HAVE
New Pocket - Size Water .
Heater Coats Leas t&an $2.25
HOY, WATER QUICK !'
/
HEATS WATER FAST
Merely place a -)3ortable FAST-
WAY Water Heater in a recept.
acle containing water. Plug in
the nearest socket. Lo and be-
holq! The FAST-WAY toes to
at once, heating: water like'
for ' 10 t .purposes-a suf ..
flclel'!t for bathing,
washmg" scrubbmg, cleaning
cream. separators, etc. The
speed dependirtg on quantity.
,CAUTION: Directions for usin?;
are furnished with each heater . d d b
Head and follo,w. Cos,ts less than" an . . own ase.m.ent stairs. Nc
tanks full when a few
As result of the Budden drop in
prices - especially in gra!n and Uyestock - Ameri:.
can farmers will not be as prosperous in as in
1946 and 1947." Yet farm prices will haw to become
much lower' before' the Government will be required ..
, The Senate .will v:ote' 'on the I St. Lawrence Sea- ,.
way' project 27th an agreement ,
reached last week. It is),elng prediCted that the
Senate ",ill vote down the bill ' to authorize the
expenditure of some eight , hundred ', million dollal's
on the 'project. 'Opponents of. the measure insist that
the cost would' be much more; and accord-
ing to the present engineering plans for the Sea-
way, most 'sea-going, ships of American registry
could, not use ' the project, inasmuch as a twenty-
seven channel is provided for , in the pending
leg.islation, while most ocean-g,oing American ships
hare a draft of thirty-one feet.
No fires to build or hot gallons or a quart is wanted
"yater to carry. No running up ' Handy' Portable! Inexpensive::
'WAYNESVILLE, ' FURNITURE
& APPLIANCE CO.
Aeroia from Grabge Hall
"
to support them. Wheat, for instance, Will have to
the ' Government steps
in to support price. Gorn will ' have to ' go down,
to $1.41 a bushel; 9ats to ,1.02; soybeans to $2.12;
cotton to twenty-eight cents a pound; bpgs to
,16.02 a cJlickeils ' to twenty-six
. cents a pound; and sixty cents a pound.
. ... . ,.
'\
Nora Sherwood -,
LEGIW HOUDAY
"
NEw SUITS
Anne , Wheelen va.
divorce, &!ross neglect,
. ememe C. Donald- Dila-
tush. '
Hazel Wilkerson va. WiUa'l"d '
Wilkerson, divorce, eJotreme cruel-
ty, C. Donald Dilatush .
Margaret Pursley va. Cecil Purs-
ley, divorce, extreme cruelty, C.
Donald Dilatush. , . Stella Powell ye. Wilbur Powell,
dlvQree, grOft neglect, extreme
cruelty, ,YGUDC and Young . . , Mr. T. W. VanPelt celebrated
'RADIOS &
, .
Appliance
CPODRICH TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
"
WORK
Maude McDwain. Fannie Banker. ' his ' eighty-second birthday an-
Sadi, Ste;nrd, GertrUde Jones"and niversary on, Sunday, and in
Cora Gorings Tindall va,,: honor hiS son-in-law and daugh,. SPORTING GOODS
MONDAY, 'FEB. 23
IN HONOR. OF

Ellen CarrleR-outt, Berk. ter, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Fulker-
Will,am ,and Grae Belen Tin- " so.n ,enter.tained to dinner Mr. KITCHEN WARE
a and construe- and Mrs. H. M. VanPelt of
tion of Will, J T. Riley. Spring Valley.

Ohio
PHONE 448
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We also Haye a complet.e line of Acme' Paints.
and see us for a price.
I
General, Electric line' of light BuJbs
Champi on' Outboard Mot r
Come
SMITH SERVICE and
, I. " 1 I .... , I
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South Main St,reet
FRI. 20 , 'SAT. 21
'''urder, Violence and bankruptcy
, 'The Ga, Ruchero i
SUN. 22 MON .. 23
At Last - - A real hilarious Slap;.Stick
1 % Hours of irthful . comedy as
only "A & C" n give. . "..
WED. 25 iHURS. 26
This could be good. - - who knows!
A good plot woven aroun(J two fine
performers. ' . " '. ,
BOB Q'REGAN, Owaer
, WAYNESYIU.E. OillO
,
FEBRUARY 1848
Roy Roger., T ........ aae! 'Nolan'.
C-Sou of the Pioaeer'.liaad. '
Also: First Time in Ohio - - ,
Ovoatie 0'1_, Astor
All-Star Negro Musical Cast. ,
Buck Co.e Home X
Bad Abbott, LOll
loa.
, Jingle-J e-Jingle. Musical
Also: Warner' N,.., .....
r
H .. "'-.ptatloD
, Geor.e Brent, Merle Oberon
with a good PaSSing Parade Short,
iracle in a Corn Field; ,
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TWIN LENSES
by ,
FOX HOLLY
low. townsman Dick Ca'mpbeU FAVORITE STORY HOUR
has ' been very helpful to the TO FEATURE
Twin management thi$ winter "CASEY AT THE BAT" .
in trying to' keep you warm.
l
k h'ld t h' I d' When Tris Speaker, one of
I e c 1 ren, muS Music, tec mco or, an alr- baseball's 'all-time greats, was
come of age. We' re but, planes give Roy Rogers and k d b h d f th
responsibiltty been thrust Trigger the new look m Friday as e y t e pro ucers 0 e
upon us. In last week's column and Saturday's "The Gay Ran- Dayton Power and Lil!:ht com-
we threatened bringing you 'Be- chero" a Western that tells of pany's Favorite Story radio pro-
th T . , b k d . I S gram to name his' best-loved
hind the scenes at e a.n ruptcy an VIO ence. 0ll!e- f
arn
, he immediately chose,
'The headaches of an exhlbltor, thing' novel, too, an AstOr plC-
and several readers have asked ture "Ovoutie O'Rooney" with mest Lawrence Thayer's
for the low-down. "It looks so an all-star Negro musical diamond, "Casey at
easy", said one, "to run a mov- Different, . very good, and the
ing picture .. S!lch "a gay first time shown 10 Ohio The for}i1.er Cleveland In-
of a Don,'t need to review "Buck dian's "Favorite Story" will be
ORegan, Tw.m smlled Privates Come Home", appear- presented" on air, Tuesday,
when I told him thl.s. ing Sunday and Monday. lf you February 24, at 9 :30 p. m. over
"'Interesting' is a better ad- like Bud Abbott and Lou Cos- WHIO, as a preview of the
iedive," he said. "I didn't feel tello you Like 'em, that's all. spring training season soon to .
so gay any nig.ht the last Come prepared for hi.tarity, or, .
cold spell, trymg to keep 200 if monkey buginess Isn't y'0ur picture. ' Well done. They were
P
atrons warm." - Some of line, better stay at home wIth a .' paying three dollars to see it in
Florida." . ,
you like it at 70 ; some prefer g'ood book. Latest news, also,
80 during' zero spells; some and a musical short" Jin- Mrs. Alfred E. Stout: "The
fume if it' s over 60, those who Matinee Sun- was good, but had I
keep their coats on. 70 'is rea. day, vf course at' 2 :30 p. n( known more ahout it, I'd never
sonable and a compromise. So Speaking of Abbott and Cos-.. brought the <;hiildren." (Mrs.
you work for 70. Did you ever . tello reminds us of a promised ' Stout' has good constructive cri-
stop to think that when 200 report on Duet in the Sun. Some ticism here. f'n the future, when-
humans sit side by side for tlfe quotes: . ' ever we know iri advance
t
this
of a show, the heat gen- Mr. 'Mac' McWilliams: "Not column wi].) em.phasize snows
erated f r0m: their bodies spiral worth the price of admission. with purely an adult' slant.)
the temferature of the theatre? Over-rated. But I'd give you a . The Twin Theatre manage-
Or tha when the audience Is dollar and a quarter any day to . ment 'reports albout an even
small, the furnace has to work see Abbott and Costello!" break on DUEL IN TH E S .
twice as hard to warm your Mr. Gerald A. C r e e c h :
fewer bones? In other words, "Worth the' price of. admission.
it' s a ' constant one-man job Very good entertainment. A pic ..
watching the furnace alone- ture 'like this now and then is
upping' the pressure, down.ing nice to have. Saves going to..
the pressure, to . the 'Dayton."
number .of patrons. Your fel- Mr. carl Lacy: "Excellent
FORD GARAGE .
SPECIAL
UNTIL MARCH 15 ONLY
5 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON
TIRES
COMPLETE Atrro-ACCFSSOJtIES

CARS WASHED
WRECKER SERVICE
} " ,
It B. 11ER, Proprietor
,
PiaGDe 2341
AT .TilE "Pri_dly Store"
OM'E' FURNISH,INGS!
'ilHard-To-Get" Items
..
open in the South.
Lionel Stander, gravel-voiced
characte r comedian, will be
heard as the fearsome yet ma-
gnanimous ' Casey. Also in the
is Hal Berger, popular
West Coast baseball ' commen-
,
Ronald Colman wiU be the
narrator.
Little Karan . and DeeAnn
Thomas were Wednesday and
Thursday guests of their grand-
parents, Mr. and , Mrs. F. E.
Tho.mas.
I "aU ReapeD I, Office
T orrow Morailll
Afler Taking a Siaort
Course in Colll8lhus
t
Dr. Earl Wright

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THE MIAMI GAZET1'E PAGE I
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4868
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1948
A
WONDERFUL
OPPORTUNITY !
And only a .small investment of
$800-wlth famous artist own-
ing .Lot No.2, in the heart of
Morrow, Ohio, where the
\ One - Two - Three Meets
tbe CC-8
Highways--Where the East and
West' meet the North and South_
Noted artist .
STANFORD BOGEN ,
claims he intends to imm!ediate-
Iy build a beautiful restaurant
to face both highways. Build-
i will be arllstic rustic on
crimson red cement, with a per-
manent gallery of fine arts on
the walls. .
WRITE HIM TODAY
He Will See You At Once!
-Adv.
..-
Back in depression year of 1933 shop.
, . ;K 12 WOOL RUGS
9 a 12 PELT BASE RUGS
l.IIk At TDical -lira,.. f .. s Fnm
. CURTAINS - SLIP (:OVERS
LAMPS (Ploor aDd . .
STUDIO COUCHES ,(Fully SpriD. Pin_)
..
LMNG ROOM .SUITES
BEDROOM SUITES
STOVES
"COIIIplete Home P ........... "
. HOM,E FURNITURE
Phon.
912R
. I
CO. :=
"Eaat Mala Street at Whit .... "
. ,
ping was easy your poCketbook whcn'-YOl!
. food and other commodities.
Today prices have gone sky':high 6111
"01 j",..s. The1'.re lower toclat
than they in 19 3 despite' ina .....
of new buses, terminals, tires, psoU ....
'. and overhead . Now, a. ncv.r ,H-
fore, you travel in luxurious cotnfort a"
'more Gteyhound.
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WAYNESVILLE TO \ '
0.. RpcI
JaANON n:-
XENIA ,.-
CINCINNATI :II 1:= .
COLUMBUS 1.81 leU
SPRING VA1J'y ' .11
DAYTON .81 ,1M
SPRINGFIELD .II I."
., (Tax Induded)
GREYHOUND TERMINAL
, WAYNEIVILl.E DRUG Store
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G R E Y- H 0 U N.O
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PAGE 1 THE .MIAMI of, , Fayetteville; Ol1,io. Btenny choult.heis at Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy, Flinspach
' WAVNE18VILLE, OHIO ' 'No. 4366 , 'It e' ew.'.,1 Mr. and Mrs. ' Harold Whit- Ky. . had unexl?ected callers on FI' i-
THUR'SPAV, FEBR,UARV 19, 1948 ' , .., aker the ' West Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gray and day evenmg. ,They arrived to
. . Wayne DIScussIon Group Fri- children entertained Mr. and help Mr. Flinspac;: h celebrate
J
ill - Mr and Mrs. Walter Clark day evening. A larg-e crowd wa Heirer aaQ..dauit-lg-Ift- l ---I-his b!rthday anniversa ry' and th
d6 .--N-ome Miss Wanda Clark" and Mr. and . present despite the inclement ter to dinner Thursday evening. \' as .pleasant! sp nt ir
I'"en Mrs. Junior Cl ark and son, spent \\ eather. Mr. Vernon Pursley's father, .games. 0 Ii ciou' r freshment5
Miss Ina Dearth oJ Franklin Saturda. evening . with thei r ' 'Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Henry of Mr. Hubert Pursley, was abl e to were served. t
called on Dr. and Mrs. F:- B. . uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dayton have purchased ,the be 'removed frOIlJ Miami Vaney Those' preseni ' were Mr. an j
Gregg Friday.. m'orning. . Sheehan at property, at the railroad, .Tuesd.ay, tQ :his home Luth r Hart ock .. u-n,:i n-,
" -Mrs, Olive Curl, Dr. Emma the 90th lJlrthday of from Mr, R"berts of Lebanon;: ': .": m.'!Frankltn a,lTer a opera- Mr. and Mr . Har ry att rth-
Holloway and' Mrs. Evalyn Pe- Mr. . ' . The . nei,ghbors of' .an.d. . ' f ' wai te, Mr. and Mr . ' Hem at-
:rterson attended the joint- meet- , Mrs. AlIce Trackey, has Mrs. A. R . . Shoemake tendered Mr. and Mr. Henry Saylor terth\\ aite an j !'(1I1S, Mr. Law-
"ing- of the W.' C. T: U. and been a shut-in for a number of a' surprise party Tuesday and childre,rt visited ;the: la:ffer I' nce Puma , Mr .. and Mr . Ly-
: Council of Women .011 .,.Years, . quietly celebratetJ - hlf a.t i.heir. on Route ' sister, north! of man .tIT. h -t, h ' t , . and
. Friday at the Fnemts Meetmg 87th birthday on In ho!,or of Jnelr 24th wed- C(>:mmunlon serVlce was held fanl i1, :
. Hause ... ,,:, ' 1.. . Feh .. 1l . Mr, and Mrs. dm,gannlversat-y: a.t the LytIe Church. conducted --.; .. - ... .
;' -;li 'lInt of Lytk called on. her 1!1 the lv),rs: Everett visited her by . the pasto.J'I, Rev. j oseph
::cal1ed ' on '" Marne ' and afternoon. Mrs. Tnckey IS C?US111, .Mrs. ArVilla Dye on her Myres of Dayton. . " .
:!Annie Brown on Friday. ': der the Ooctor's t are now Wltti nmty fifth birthday Tuesday at ' Mr. and MrS. Lowell Gray
" Mrs. Martha Henderson was a cold. Her dau,ghter, Mrs. Irma Jamestown. . . . and Mrs. of Dayton were,
;:the g-uest of Mr .. and Mrs. Kellar Sweetrilah and r. . and Mrs. Calvin Long- dinne.r
'(Hoak on Thursday at the Far- Mr. and Mr? Leo LeWIS, of Day,: and family were Sunday of ;theit Mr.
mers' Club. ' . ", . .. . I ". ton are carmg ,for nero . . . ' , dmner guests of Mrs. ' Louella . a.nd Mrs. Wilbur' Glark ..
. , Mrs., ,Howard 'Ivins ,of. Red .. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde . Swank llnd JiInm'e 'Swank in . Mr. Ronald Rush.attended the
lion called on Mrs. Ella Dakin entertained' at 4 .famil,r Dayton. . '\ ;,.. . . amnual of th'e'TMiami
Sunday afternoon. . Sunday, celebratmg the ' third Mrs . . J. B, ' Jones was the CouncIl Boy Scouts at
Mr. ancl Mrs. Rayburn Cad- birthday of their guest .Q( Mrs. 'Carl Pickering the N. C. R. Auditorium Satur-
wallader of Cincinnati called at BIll y. Melloh. The. ,guests were': Centerville from Tuesday until day evening.
the Home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Morns Wharton of Thursday o,t ith.is week. . -----.;...-.-
The Board of Trustees of the Miami Shores, Dayton, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs, . Walter Clark ,,vatter Cardinal (ttt). 219
H(lme met. hete on Mrs. . Loren Rout.zahn and and daughter M!ss Wanda Clark
and were our guests at .dmner: tiau,ghter of Mr. spent Sun,day WIth Mr. anctMrs.
Those present were Mr, Seth and Mrs. Bernard Melloh and
Furnas Mrs Ella Cook and Mrs. son of near Lebanon. ,
Martha Henderson 'of W.aynes- Mr, a,nct Mrs. Vernon: ,
ville, Mr. ' Merritt Roberts and and sons m c?mpany Mr.
and Miss Mabel Wilson of South and Delb r! FI.sher and chIldren
Charleston. i' of Clarksv!l1e,.
Mrs. Merritt Roberts of South Fourteenth weddmF,' ,ant}lver-
Charle ton was the guest of Miss Sunday evenmg a
Huth Chandler on Wednesday, shnner at the Canton Resturant
. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark and 111 Dayton, and a party
Mr, and Mrs. Bouch of Dayton at Ke!ths
call ed on Mr Clark' s aunt Mrs. . It IS reported Mr. and
. . Alice Clark' on Sumlay M r:- .Hunt have sold
noon ' theIr fal m part to Mr. Genrge
AUCTIONEERING
STANLEY -aDei KOOGLER
BROKERS L.ICEN8E
For Date., Phone 288tz Wayn vill
Ohio. R.v..... ",hara
,1.

Westheinier & Company
Members New York Stock
. Get Your TRUCk. and
BUSINESS
S. 'ONS
. ,.' of
STANFORD BOGEN
Morr0w.9hi
OFFICE CLOSED
FEB. 1
. to
MARCH 1
While on Vaeation
Dr. C. E. Wilkin"
Optometric EYe Specialist
26 South Detroit Strf!et
XENIA, OHIO
..
A LOT EA .. IER '
TO PAY
oli Monday afternoon Mrs. Hellkl f Lebanon and part to
Clark s calle r was her sister-in Mr. Vi, E. Ke er of
law Mrs. Lee Mason of Mason. and WIll soon move to their re.-
. ' . cently purchased farm near
Exchan,ges and other
, registered Exchanges
Investment Trust Shares
Bought - S,old - ' Quoted
Many time when a fi.mcral
director i sele te ; famil fund
ha ve been prett well deplet 1
b ther xp 11 :e' .
II-Ohlo admitted to Union.
1803.
I
IO:-U.S. outlaw. due1tnQ.
;t
,,.t ' 1839.
: of'V.rclun. 1916.
. .
\ . Birthday .
. .
I3-Rotary Oiub founded.
. 19J5.
, ,
.' quana.
. Ch.ater Nimitz
1:-----:-_._"'--......;.;,.,.-- ' --=bOm ...:, l88S ::.=c...._
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U-Colt revolver pate\o\ted.
1836. \.' IMI

Use The Almanac To
Check t:he Weather
But Use .
GAZETTE CLASSIFID'
\ , ADS
. To Buy, Sell, Rent,
Loan, Borrow
Any Time of The Y
8U IlDINGS CHATTU'S , AIJTOMOBIlES LIABILITY
. .
FARM .NSURANCE"
in the Ohio Parmers gift )'Ou broad against losses
on your farm. It conn )'OUt. buildiDp, JOur chaneb, )'Our auuuilobile
aael fOUl' UabWcy for accidents to ochers. Why Dot He us today?
Yoa .... , .... ,. Ide wbeo you'", iaawed Ua .... 0bJ0 'armen .
, .
Karl D. Dakin Agency

113, lIulberr)', LEBANON, O.


. oilo " IS._ CO_ANY
. OlIO MI"- 21' -- rthh tMI.
i
Phone 'Waynesville 2530
In cases f thi kind ur
mod rate pri e - hedulc 'L a
most welcome con veni n , A-k
us ab,out it-Iy'lt1. peo. I " .
Dayton AD3257
Call
C. E. MICHENER
Phoae 2926
JPtACE YOUR, 9RDER .NOW
." TO BE SURE OF EILtlNG YOUR NEEDS.
FERTILIZER IS AGAIN ON LIST
WE DELIVER
. .
'Fairley .Hardware
. .
. .
Stores
8 - BIG STORES - 6
PHONE 2441
.
' CLAMIFIED AD RATES
,. PER WORD MINIMUM ..
TIMES OR til OFF
r ..
OON'T fORGET TO CALL
us for Insurance. All types of
InsUrance at a savings. Call
, francis Gene Brown, pbone
Waynesville 2935 'or call
collect 2 t 1 1.
a.1 letale F,..
IP TOV 'BAft A:iAJiiUCX., oa
PAlIK ,,'10 ..... 0lIl, CII' .... \
ODD BInIIII-. ,N. __ MI ,
LanID A .... --. 0Id0. ' tie
HOUSE FOR RENT-
TWO-ROOM HOUSE for rent
furnshed. T. O. Holmes,
Franklin Road. -2 t 9
WANTED TO RENT
Three months' r.ent in advance
offered for unfurnished a-
partment or house, by couple"
no children, fine references.
Write Post Office Box 532,
WHmington, Ohio. , -2 t 2
WANTEJ) TO RENT-
TWO LIGHT HOUSEKEEP-
'ING rooms or one room to
. furniture. Call 2635
after 4:30 P. M. '-219
FARM WANTED-
-----
WANTED TO' RENT, farm on
thi,rds or will consider work-
in,g' by month. Best of refer-
ences. Leave word at Gazette
Office. ' ' ---':'226
TRUCK 'FOR SALE
Model A Panel ' Truck. Good
condi.tion. New 16-inch tires.
Call 2949. " 'J indo
.. t=l.QJ;wtLE - New electric wa
ter heaters, one 66-g-allen
one Will in.
staU. Myron
Phone Wav.nesville 2956.
WASHER FOR SAl,'
- ELECTRIC WASHING mac ,
hine for Phone 27 t 1.
INCUBAlOR-
FOR SALE - 300-egg incuba-
tor. Phone Spring Valley
3-,7.202. . , -219
r. .1'
... ; ,
.' FEr IFoJt ':5MB -
Buffet, cheap,
. one '11. Mrs. J.- R.
. Wade. ' : -219
FOR SALE I ' ,
2 lamps; Electric
Iron,; Floor and Dust Mops'
, Aluminum Cooking Set. \ and
other cooking utensils; 2 Ax- '
,minister Steamer
Trunk; Silv.er .Wafe Service for
8; and other articles. .
Carl W. laay, 2662
ELECTRIC STOVE-
;
ELECTRIC STOVE for sale. In
gO,od shape, being used every
: .day. ' Route 2.
.
THE WARREN COUNTY Fish
and Gam e Conservation
Association thanks the many '
p.ersons who attended Thurs-
day' s in Waynesville
for their interest in its act-
- 21 9
CARD OF TIJANKS
I WTSH T'O THANK my many
friends and patrons for the
many cards and 1 tters sent
to me during my recent -111-
ness. .
, Dr. H. E. Hattt away.
Mrs. Chas. D. Davis (ttt) 2 19
I WISH TO THANK all of our
many friends for their mess-
ages and kindness on the oc-
casion of my wife's death.
, , Carl W.
NOTICE 0," APP()INTMfNr
: ;
A""""'"
Notice is hereby given that
Albert H. Stubbs . whose Post
Office Address. is Waynesvilie
Ohio bas been duly appointed
as Administrator I of other Estate
of Venera Lee' Kirkpattick late
of Warren County, OhiO, de ..
ceased .
Dated this 10tl} ,day of Feb
ruary t 948. ." .:
C. Donald .Dilatusb"" Atty.
RALPH H. CARI:Y,
Judge' of the' Probate Court
Warren County, ,
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NORR,I8 BROCK COMPANY
filltolnn.t. UIl''''' atock Yard.
O
v. W,Jr. and ' ........... Iv An
PGllntzatton ' MOOnd to "9 ....
8trlotlv . ..11.... on th_ ... ..
a.. .a,ound '" rket lit . ... .
oou .. .
Ml\YIC& THAT SATI.,Ee
Dt I
aoo 10 m. s.
a 12
U: ft rnal 100. or Our Dally'
, .-ar ... t-1t8DOl't.
Mr. and Mrs. 1=. E. Thomas
b3:d as Sunday guests Mr.
an" Mrs. John R,obey of Day-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Earn-
bart and family of Beavertown
and Mrs. Winifred: Hartsock and
son.
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NonCE
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,TO,,,,,
FUILTIME DlTI1ES
FEB. 23
,t I I
, Dr. H. Eo HathawQ. D. D. S. .
I r W X E t;S r,.
DUD, I.TOCk.
COWS $13.00
HORSES $12.00 '
HOGS .... 00
............... ce. ....
Abo, AD SMALL STOCK
REMOVED PROMP11.. y:
PItoIIe ,
XENIA WILMINGTON
1712 . ,2362
...... CI=e
TO 8 P.
WEEK Dt\YS: OPEN AT 7-:30 A. M.
r ..
-WE FOR- '
, '.
HORSES $15; "cOws ,$14; $4.
00
cwt.
ACCORDING TO SIZE AND' CONDI110N
, CALL
X E N I A . ertilizer
ReverIe
Charlie.
,
454
L G. BueJ..ie1t. ,1ac.
, '.
Mrs. kathryn Mendenhall and
daughter, June, Jeft for Denver,
Col.. on Saturday for an inde-
stay.
T:HE MIAMI GAZETTE ,.AGI
WAVNAYILLE. OHIO No. 4111
TH'UMDAY, I'E."UARV 18, ,.
PlabHe "detloD

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, t Holstein Cow fresh May t; J Jersey Cows fresb. extra
( t Guernsey Bull, 2 years old; 3 sprin,ers.
,i .. ..
1- HORIIS - 2
. '
73, One Mile East of Harveysburg. "
"'ork Horses, extra good; Weight 3600 Ibs.; 2 Sides Qf
Work Harness a,nd Collars. . I
MAaDNERY
Idea Manure Spreader; 2 Wagons; t Molehe 8 ft. disc
new; t John Deere Mower, Big 4, like new; 1
peere Cultlpacker, good; t Com Planter, McCormickDeer
!ng, g()<!d; t Grain Drill, '5 ft.; 'f Oliver t 2 in. Walk.
109' Plow; 2 pre t 4 in. plow shares; 1 pro t 2 in plow
shares j t Spiketootb HarrQw.
11- HOGS -15
4 Brood Sows. ' due to farrow t 5 of- March' 11 Shoats' weight
t 25 lbs. J
FEED
. ,
400 Bu. Corn; 75 Bu. Wheat; 60, Bales Oats' Hay.
. .
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MISCElLANEOUS
3 Mot 'tans;"2 1 Hay Fo'rk; Pitch Fork" '
: Double TreeS'; Pulleys; 50 ft Belt,' " . '" '
. '
, .
lAND aDd GRA VaL
BLACK-TOP DR_VES
TBLUIIO'NBS
" WA'DfB8l'JLLS ..
MOBBOW' ....
',BRANON 0ftIee' .,m
.... IIIL
, .
TAR aDel bAD OIL
aDd FILL DIRT ..
" READY-MIX CONCRETE, , ,.
EXCAVATING anel DUMP TRUCI( SERVICE
l222!
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It Says
Here
By Smitty
I
To a lot of peopl e itl Wa,\:ne . '
ville the :mention of the tete
,phone company up a
mentfll picture of ,an og:re;
b:-eathing fire.
Hut Harold Augsbur,g'er, the
new Inanager in Lebanon, is :t
quiet-voiced, mild manne,:ed
man who wants to servIce
to the customer as best he cat).
He is a veteran of the P:t ific'
Theatre in World War II , and
came to ' Jan'on a month ago
from) MiIlersburg
t
Ohio.
He told of one trouble
had , many Waynesville people
biting their nails, but which wa '
cleared up iu t hecausl: ' Ol. ,(' f
them wrote' a, letter t the t k
ph ne company.
The cut-off mechani m \\ hi ,I-
times 1 ca.l calls' hali ,e,,("ltten LI '
of early t ill 111'mth, r nd
was set t break c( nn ' CtiO,1S l1.c
mi nut and 45 seconds aft er a
all was made. Thi was far t a
:' n ':; as ne er. in tend ,d hv
til c 111 ' :tny. But phone u ers
y c ' in,g- aU over the Iflce.
i cek ag-o Sat urday a Jrtkr
.' 'i ing tl' difficultie , lith
( "l C vill e exchange w a
, f Mr, Augsl urg\' ! .
l{ menti one t the fast cut- tf.,
t' cam up here and timed
1. \ Le. Sure enouR; h, it was ' ,sr i v
r, ,!.\ all ers ju t l OS, seconds tu
( nish their tal king, r .> a '
:;! -ted it to gi ve six minub!'s to
, ',:c': C;l .1', anti complaints have
L"' l' ped off sharpl'y th
i c; I' "If one let-
Miami
,GAZETTE
1elephone Manager Outlines
'Efforts --(iftorrect Situation.
Tourney Scores:
Hawld new ma-
r of the Ol' .i Cent ra.) Tele-
ph'o ne CQmpan.v ffi e, in
anon came ,t t
Tue day t<? the
that have been or Will be
SERVING WAYNESVILLE SINCE 1850
Waynesville 44-Morrow 22
No. '!'S? '" FIVE CENTS A 'COpy ,Springboro 62-Harvbg.

' taken in the n few weeks
to improve t I ph ne service WAYNESVIL . .!, 'OHIO 1M8

Kings Mills 30-Mason
here, ,
School Speaker
: ORP.{'CHEN' KINKEL, R, J{.
..
NUP S;Z WILL OunlNE
'OPPORTUNITIES IN ,
FIELD TO STUDENTS
All Pupils to Start
At '8:15, After , New
Buses Are Put in Use
Waynesville and Spring-
boro .Meet To'night" 9: 20
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
TO El.ECT AT GENERAL
ON THURSDAY ,
He made ar rang ' ment s to ap-
pear 'With an ff ici al f the COlTI -
pall ) 1 efore a ommi ttee
composed of thr e m_mhcrs of
the Civic Club and thl' e of. the
Women' s Pr gre sive Club, tn
de cri be full th diffkul1i tl1 "
fac , in tr to .g; ive
hetter servi e, G ttill '" IIltncatc
One new 54-r,a eng .> r school The Wayn vill e ' Athl etic el ' 'tri ment i' til mam
l1U' ha- b eli !' l::2 i ell by' A sociati on, f .r ,the h ttlen k, 11 ' P intc 1 out.
W'a ne vill.e , c1wol, . anrl d :oflba ll sen' n wh,l ' h I IU t In th ra -t few da)ls tl -e I ' ill
Ii I' ery on anot h r n i , expec ar.fl und the 'corner, \ III hold a excha 19:e' h;1 had n \v t.runk
ted soon, Wll(' 11 hnth eh- p: ell ral [n etin,g' at Gar ' el ' t I" and t \'0 ad it lonRl
icle are in "l' roilabl ' a:>'e at ?: p. 111. n xt I hUl:s- ' link - f1 11 t int t p rati n. ,
som time in March, ach bu day, March 4. ' Thi , li'a : ao!" i j the ct if-
wiH have one tril to mak , an 1 Offi 'ers will be elected f r fi ' ulty I f 1 ci vi n.ll. 0 wait for a
all pupil s \\ ill h a l ei end the year and the will de. ii; I t Il l! sai:\ , bc..:;.l 1 n w
their ci a s da v at til sam" cide how many team It wants 2-1 In a! tel " honl':, r ne ut
hoLlr. and what rt of schedul e t )f e er 16 tl til 'ex ,
, ..,.-;---Ci"H-l h ' l1 --LI':'.' ,' 1 t ll ' -:lI ne ti m .
For the past f w years th Th pr 'sent (ffIC t - of. th , \-\l 1l " \1 the J - 11 t 1 'pl:nn i-;
local schools have hall five bu - as ocinti on .are Ral ph Ndenfleld, lI ,), it . l11 u t \1:, il , for a
s 'hut they wilt now' have V j '-1
The addition of two wa g-eneral manaKer, an ernon dial (nil' unt l) nne \ , -2. - '
' made possible hy' "ja f' rant from Simpson, ecretarytrea ure,r. i ll i hung up r ut, ff ,
I' ;-., d But th re :U") v ry tIme
the Ohio nt of E (tca- GARDEN CLUB TO START \\lheJl fh i. I l ;tn\' 1 11 1;;' ;' are in
tion after state officials found
that mo. re buses were needed, NEW SEASON MARCij 4 u e at 0 11 t ill1e.,
d t R d W Thi rt ne\ lines haYti: l een
Superinten en aymon . The Waynesville Garden installed, though a b ttteneck
Braddock said. ' Club will hold its first 'meet- in new in _trument prevents
Classes now at 8:15 a in1!: since the winter vacation putti nR all of them in use de-
m, for local pupils and .those next Thursday aftenloon'at 20' spite a of 8,9 or,der
" Students of Waynesville HiJrh on the first busloads, PU1;nls Clo.ck at the home of Mrs'. Pal}l fo r telephones r.he rrew
School will have the chance to the second load start at ,9 0 - Maurice. Mrs. Lena Hartsock IS numhers, for wlil h wIre aTe
learn about the "opportunities The closing is .at . preSiden,tof the organization.for (O<mtlnued on ' page 5)
he
says.
Moral: When somethink
offered toda-y bv p. m. for fhose. who early the cOnlm:g
nrofession ' when Mrs. Gretchen and at 3. 0 ,for the second _ j ""--;-- .--'- - , ,, " "
aUe; Hospital 2 . Stut Saturday
' in ' Day tOR, visits the at 2 :45 while 01hers are leav- f ' \I , ,
school" tpmorrow at "1 :15 p. for the day, Mr. Braddock ' ,.
'I rvng, d n' t 'assume the whole
thin( is detiberateJl!!til you ar_
-ure the company Knows it is
! ' I ing wrong.
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In. addea wryly. ; , , , F:J E &_- (' II &.- - D_ ('-Id
Mrs: Kinkel will discuss ,nurs- Mr. Braddock, til sctre-:- -.t-ItDevetopment- aSmut S,.,-oc-uv
as a career' and hold individ- dule will probably be made " ,
ual conf.erences witb yo-..ng wo- to 2 :45 for everyone when , ' ,
men interested 'in findint out, buses . go ' into ' operation. h" ,'The 4-H Clubs of HamIlton,
, Warren G:ounty. ,has received,
pou1:ds of ,
, h nks ,for the Ohie) veterans'
t nus. They take up 12 cubic
(I' et of space. There are to,350
fo rl1$--three for each of the
" tOOO ' county veterans expec-
led to apply for the bonus, and
mote about the nursing school Illerging.last period' cl asses, int0 , Clermont an.d Warren Counties ,
. and. the, pro(ession. Thu" the,re' will open a fund raisinR' cam-
The next class at 'Miami Val- will be fIVe penods before 1unch . d F b 8 P t
A of $350,000 has been
set for Ohio's annual Easter
Seal sale, Dr. Walter A. Zaugg,
president ,of The Ohio SOCiety
for Crippled Children, has an-
nounced. The sale wiJI start Feb.
:1 ,S % of spare blanks.
.Iust thought y'ou'd" like to
" kIH)W.
. Every o1)ce I!, a while., .some-
t I turns up' 111 a publiei.t....r.e-
1.... se that-makes an editor lean
j : k and mutter, "Well, what
u y (\ U know!'"
' 1 hitt happeQd the other day
wh:1) a mimeogr.apned release
( allle in fr.om the Oh,io Depart-, .
Ol ent of HIghways, about tratfic
tights. It seems that Waynes-
ville's 'traffic light at Main .and
No'rth Streets is upside down.
It' s been upside down since
Sept.. 6, t 94 t r when a law took
"' Hect which end of
a traffic IiKbt ouk'ht to be uP.
, So help me, that's what ,it
ays in Oh i'O Manual ' of
Traffic Control " Devices for
Streets a,nd Highways,. ' Not Olat
it makes any ' difference except
to a colorbli'nd driver, and you
aren' t supposed to have a lic-
to drive if you ar'e
blind., But the iaw In
1941 says that any traffi
-rected after thelt da.te must
have red at the top and gTeen
a tthe bottom. If It is a horizont-
,al Jig-ht red rnust .he 'at the left
and ,g-reen at the
Then a drive,r who can' t tell
red from R'reen will know which
one' is by its location.
But the law 1 oe'" n't affect li (" ht.
'put , up ' before 1941 , like
Waynesville's. So what good
does it do for o'ur
colorblind driver?-
leV Hospital will Sept. 7, and three afterward. No other palgn on Satur e. 2 . ar
1948. Mrs. " Kinkel announced class will be affected. of the funds Will be the -three
, that she will ,.alsp be to " The. will n0t he .c ,unties
1
share of ' a
counsel any school Jrrad- fiowever, until a few aft er Development fund bemg raised
who 'mav be , the new bus he- in Ohio for 4. H schohuships, a-
for this c1ass. cause It , can, wards and leadership' trainin o'
, 28 and continue Eas-
ter Sunday, March 28. "
A of st. not be applied for u,nttl' Its ,motor ' , ....
school of and serial numbers are known, , program. , .
Zaugg said that in Ohio alone
tens of of persons
have some disorder which hand-
icaps them physically. Acco-rd-
to medical authorities' esti- Wis., Mrs. Kinkel ob.tained her ,Hence it cannot be put into This fund will be depOSited.
bachelor of science def'ree from operation, probably, until the the St3:te and
of
She was named of the Mr. ' Braddock pointed put the OhIO State de v-
Miami VaHey. school last that \\-'aynesville is one of' -th.e fund. l1amllton Goun-
, spring. - ' r'" last distrids in the state to eh- ty s share of thiS fund Will be
SANDRA _
Sa.nda" Herrington, two -
, month-old- daugQter: of Mr. and
Mrs .. Ottis Hetringten of near
Waynesville, passed away Sat-
urday morning: at Miami Valle\!
Hospit(\ l. I',n il<.1ditinll tn her par-
ents, 111e b.aby is survived by a
sister, .Janice. ' ,
The maternal' ,g-rahdparents
ar6- Mr. and Mrs. Silas BLackab
and the paternal
Mr. arid Mrs . Henry Hertington,
all of Linc; oln County, Ky.
Funeral service took place
Sunday afternoon at the A. H.
Stubbs Funeral ' Home, and hu- '
rial was in Mi ami Cemetery
Monday
Mr. Alva Th mp on' returned
to Miami Valley. Ho-pital durin{!'
the pa t week for furth r treat-
ment, l' ut .is- J.l \\ ' a1
his home.
minate the double and Warren County $1 , -
c1osinR' hours. The syste'm was 500 and Clermont . County $1,-
,-ta-rted in 1918 when motor The . quotas were ,
buses were first obtained, he decl,ded on the basl.s of 4H eo-
said. rollment. . '.'
In addition to this the 4-H
WINTER CONCERT SE
T leaders of the three counties
cooperating to raise $60,000
FOR TUESDAY EVENING for, a permanent 4-H Camp to
AT WAYNESVIUE H. S. serve boys and girls in the tri-
\ ,county area. C. C. Caldwell .
Next Tuesday, Mlll'ch 2, 'at Hamilton County 4-H an-
r 7,:30 p. 111., ' the' winter conc,ent nounced that this fund wm:1ld be
of the departmen! , olf .' invested by a non-profit corpor-
High School Will be ,ation t(l, he know as Southwes- _ ,
, presenteq in the .u!1'; tern OhIO Camps mates, over 8000 Ohio chi'ldren
der direction of Donald Gahn ..
I I
'11 t Officers of the corp,orati on 16 years of. and 'under have '
," he c'loi'r WI presel1 ,a pro, are Car) ....Bibbee .. Hamilton . cerebral pa)s,Y resulting from
,similar to 'the one an, , I 'A S 35
l1o llt1ced for the Teachers Mas- County chair. Ham yamaKe., ,900
tel's Club' meeting- two weeks man' W, W. Hamilton Cl er- p rson are said to he ubtect
a,!."o,. The' band's . pro,o'r.
a
, 111 fol .- rT!ont Gqunty agricultural a,g- ent. ' to . . seizures and on,e
l('i\vs : 1'0. vl ce-chalrnlln ; Mar.:raret av chi) i m 1 (:) has a speech handl-
Warren' County home - cap.
Star- pang- led Banner, ' FiIl .- tration agent secretary' Berman , H'rhese are some of the l eo-
more ; H School Cadet, Ros, ' Warren Count.y' pIe," Zau,e;K ,aid
l
" for W.ll
om
S.ousa; tar' Dust. Carmichael ; tura) aJtent, treasllrer. illiequatc ducat' onal
Across the Field, .[)ougheft y; 4-H is the onl y rural agen and s rvices
Militar E c rt, Bennef; OU
'
for vocati onal and r creatiut1:[' needed.
Director, F. E. w; Fr nch work rural y luth ant The fund from the ,Ea ter
Nati onal Defil e, A. Turl et. thi s campaig' n i the ' fir ' f fllll li - Seal ale ar used to provide
The proKram will he r pea raising effort ever underta k 11 hy e and ryumerou erv-
ed at an assembly program th thi group and will not he re. !o d chil dren and_
foll nwing day for the- student ' , peated. ' - .1 iult I he added.
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EPISCOPAUANS READY
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ON WORLD RELIEF NEED
FORMER WAYNESVILLE
BOY'S ENGAGEMENT
ANNOtINCED IN ARIZONA
Mrs. Margaret Carver of Tuc-
D uri n I?: 1947 ' son, Ariz., has announced the
churches ga ve over $5,9
00
,000 engag-cl11t:nt f her da.ug-hter,
in cash and 111 0 re than t 5,000,- Mis Margaret Ruth Huntsman.
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 2
WAYN,ESV1LLE, OHIO No. ' 4357
I THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1948
MlIOfIA' AOYlltrlSING lerIEHHr""'VI .
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CltICAOO
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SiAm; NIW'OtI
SAN ,IANCISCO
Events Coming Up
'(To have events listed in this calendar; notify The Miami Gazette
- 000 pound of suppJi.es to help to Mr. Collett. of .New
tile hungry, .sick, naked peo- Burlin,gton. The' ,!.s t
pie of war-wrecked Europe be late in Marth, in Tucson.
and ASia. DUlrin,!? 1947 the Mr. Collett is the son Mrs.
Epi -copal Chtmch raised a mil- Mary Collett ,of
li on cl ollars in cash\ and R'ath- who i now in ArIzona VI
ered tons of supplies.' . hil11 . Hi . father tht later Robert PATSY BAIRD IS' HEAD'
In view of needs that In- . Colictt, operated. a ' F STAFF PREPARING
", before 4 p. m. Tuesdays.)
crease rather than decrease, the , tore in Wa ne VIlle untIl four 0
Episcopal Cliurch thl1QugJiout or five .y ,ir" ago. He. \\ as HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL
FRIDAY, FEB. 27
ale at Perry 0 born farm east of Harveysburg, 1 P. M.
C unly Bask tball tournament at Middletown, thir 1 night, 7 P., M.
SATURDAY, FEB. '28 , .
Final 'It tournament in Middl etown, 2 and 7 :30 P. M.
SUNDAY, FEB. 29
the country is trying' to secure led later 'in an automobIle acctd- A staff headed by Patsy Baird,
another million dollars for 1948 e'nt whil \\ orking' t tt Patt rSon editor-in-chief, has beg'MIl .the
. .. most of it in one day! Lau- Fi-eld. . task of turning' out Waynesville
the effort, presid- Th . PI') ' pedive hrid Kroom School yearbook
ing' bishop of 1the Church, the attended Miami University for .. b f the a' The annual
Rt. H enr.Y Knc)x Shelrl\.I, .wlll t ft I '" adl','atl'on fl'on1 I smce e or.e , W I. , .
- n. lIll,e a IeI'll ,l?,TI " " . . will contai'wthe customary pic-
T Church Oft ring for Foreign Relief.
speak dir ctly to cOllgregatlOns Wayn vIIJe Scheo!. He. I tures and comments on class
in their pansh 'churches next now a junior at th UllIverslt members and activities, along
M thodi t Y uth Fell , hip at Church, 7 :30 P. M.
MONDAY, MARCH 1
B i . ut 'fro p -+0 at 7: 15 P. M.
Sunday, Feh. 29. The services of Arizena. Mi HLlnt lfian i a with the senior class will anli
that ,. morning will ' hegin aDd senier in olial ' tudics ther . Vrophecy.
continue as usual, up to ex- The book will bear the titt ,
actI 11 :32 a. m., when Bis- JANUARY MILK PRICE "Our LoR' Qf '48". Superint n-
TUESDAY, MARCH 2
., .
hop Sherill's voice will be heard' IS $5.905 PER CWf. dent Raym nd W. Bradd ck will
in thousands of churche from b f It ' d tl f I
Ea t r eh ir Pra ti t Methodist Church, 7 :3Q P. M.
Wint r 11 ert Wayn vi ll H. S. 'Mu ic Department, 7 :30 P. M.
Church of GOd 'prayeJ: - rvice, home of James Herrington.
coast to coast, through an un- Milk pI' r' in the Day- c acu y p 11 an. 0 '
. . t' f t ton-Srringfield area WIll lowill,g students Will as 1St III pro-
. THURSDAY MARCH 4 , ,
prec:edented combmalOn 0 ne - recelv.e a llend I)l'l ce of dudion: '
work and independent radi) fP k . t ct't . 8' b H t
Girl' Frien H 0 iety at Episcopal Rectory, 3 P. M. 'per hUl1dredw i,{!, ht f r 4% mil A slstan e lor. 0 as-
station. ' old to til Miami Vallev C - illK; publicity manager, .Earl
Lenten service at 1. Mary's Church, 8 P. M.
Waynesvill Athletic A's ciati0l1 at Ki r' Garage, :30 P, M.
Waynesville Garden Club, Home of Mrs. Paul MaUrIce, 2 P. M.
Bishop Sherrnu will 'de cribe oper:'ttiv'c Milk ' Producer A oc- Rye; Wllbu.r
- the bitter need as he himself has iation, . Florenc f roducbon
seen it in Europe, and the part Mapp said that thi Januar - Jimmy Weltz; FaYe
of Christians everywhere in re- price l' 5 % cent und r the re-. Creech; alumlll Bett y
lievin,g- the needs of fellow- ccrd price IJaid prOltuc rs in art. edlt.or, G en e
Christians overseas and the December, and IS $1.00 per temke; edl.tor. Norm,a
brinR'inR' of new' hope to people cwt. than the' local dairy- SOCIal Phyllt ,
who have IQst even the sense men received in Januar:v. 1947. Bailey; ' p rts 'editor, Danny.
of human diR'nity. Howeyer, he pointed out tha,t it sales D<Jn
. Here in, Wraynesville St. cost Ohio dailJmen $1.55 per bakin. and advertlstnR'
Mary's Church is h d ' d . , t Dick Graham
fully in the Episcopal relief . un re pOlin s more 0 pro- ( .
duce milk in January 1948 than -------
The Rev. Samuel N. it did in the same mon,th in Many a veteran is still single
Methodists' Notes
Keys reported that the radio 1947 TJ' . th . 1 t f because he doesn't dare a
et
a
equI'pment has been ' set up and . liS IS e eqUiva en 0 f' b t
31h e ts eat better half until he can 111 e -
, that everrhing- will be In order c n p r qu r. quarters. .
Next Sunday, Feb. 29, .our so th'at a the specified Instant, EPISCOPAL LENTEN.
church and church school are the Presiding Bishop will be ARE NAMED
requested to bring an '. offering heard by a which '
'METHODIST CHUROI for overseas relief as, adminis- is' expected' to 1lax . the' se'ating '1 \ t , Ralph ,Knigll,t. , director
It . COLEMAN, Mlnlat... tered by the M.ethodist Ghurch. r capacit.y . " Qf the Y ' ' M' I C. A. in Middle-
Sunday School " . 9 :30 a.m. All members ana constituents . . . the speaRer at
" J. J. Rurske, Supt,. of the church . ate H. ,/. Evening
Worihip Service 10:30 I.m. asked to tiring' or send o (fer. 15 W 5 C 5 1'-""'STES5 on ThuJ;sday Feb:, 26.
Youth Fellowship , the need is very . - ."nu , I, at 8 o'clock.: Mr, is well
Thursday, 7 :30 pm. The " choir is preparinR' its The . Woman '5 SJ)cietv " ;of to . :>peak . on tbe sub-
__ cantata, "'The-Resurrec- Christian Serv,ice" at the ject I ort f the ubiect ot "The
tion Story," by ' Carrie B, . home of A. H. '.Earnhart to Com.r
Mr. HOLLY METHOI)IST Adams, to be given on Palm oh Feb. 19. Social
T. M. ICARP', Minlater Sunday evening, Marcb '!2t. Assl'sthnt _ were 'Mrs. .J;verYone' Interested in
Sunday Scho.ol 9:30 I.m 'During the Tom Hardiil;MJs., pf Our
A. E_rnbart, Supt. ament 'p.eriod
l
the Mrs, George and mUbitX is welcome to come and
Wonhip Service .0:30 I.m. Fellowsliip wil on Mrs, Peat) ,.; I ' hear. Knifht. , . I,
Evenlnc 7.:30 p.m. evenings-at 7 :30 of The meeting : OP
f
' 'n!ed with the' a.t 1St. Mary's
- usual mid-week meetanrs I' A with prayer :bv Rev . : 'B. Cole- 'l'entel\r': Se'r,vice , on" Thursday
, fine service. was held last Sun- man f6110vietf'by 1he hYllJrl "Let evetlln( March ' 4: at ' 8 p. m.
. IT. MARY'S EPISCOPAL day , the Lower lithtsl tbe If Will -fie Wylie M
1
i'1cllelt ' exec
J aAMU.Ll N. KEYS, Mlnlde II :' A ess 4 fIl110\lf.ed, American
Nursery SChool 1 0.:30 m. ,' . ' I . I Carltoni'COok,. . ;.' t ' ItcheJj will on the sub-
' Tu ... 7 .P. M. to. P. M.
,W..t. aA. M. to
Sat. I? ,P. M. to 9 P. Me
,
Church SChool 9 :30 a. m. 'JJ,' ' . :!}J ' .. . ... :. ' co.ntiue(ed IMrs., M!1t CO. ,.m Mr.
Morning Prayer 10:30 a. m. , ."ena6 . 'ome '. "The prog'.ram W'asJn chatte of l lof Vocations."
. I I
',UfICA E. U. 8. alURai afternoon in Lebanon. I " In ' Her I
W ..... IAM SHANNON . Mrs. Walter Clark: and' little subJect was wlil1fat theY"may be
Sunday School ' 9 :30 and Miss W.nda :Oark
j
one."" M.rs.
Mrs. James Garrison, .Supt. of ,near '. the of
Preach
'I'ng. 1st and' 3'rd Sundays Alice Cla"(k ThursdaV'afteJ1loqn. IS tl1.e Wa,,{: of
. MiSs Olive Williams returned Ga'(I.'.' . I,! . t . I I
each month ' 10:30 a.m. Wednesday from' a sjx- weeks-' ReP!>Tts by,' .the
- visit with friends in Boca Raton, executive' con:tmllttee on the ms-
Fla. " '. tructors'r.'! heki reeentty
CHURCQ OF CHRIST ' Mrs. Margaret Jo.l1ns loft.ytle at tfie J '.,
R. M. Jobnaton, lYnDiater . called 'on"; her sister, iMrs: ElIza- \ Refreshments were ,ser'yed by
8ible ScliooJ 9 :30 a.m. beth Smith' and her many ,fr,iends the ... s.and . .
here on afternoon. . . an .
. We' are. glad to report Miss all-da
y
d
. at the
... Laura M.cKinse,y improvil1R' in Metho 1St C tlre Wit a .ruest
fRIENDS health at 'Grartd 'View Hrospital .
. in Dayton and 110ping s@on to -----.:.:..;......:.:::...-__
First ,Day School . 9 :30 a.m. return t'O the home of hel!
Meetmg for .Worshlp ' . Mrs. Earl Swai neaF Lebanon.
10:30 a.m. __ ................ ..
CAESARS CREEl< FRIENDS
'REV, DAVID STANFIELD, Minister
Worship Service. 9 :45 a. m.
Sunday School 1.9 :45 m.
Sf. AUGUSTINE , .
Father Krumholtz, Priest
Mass 9 :00 a. m.
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FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST
RALPH E. STIN80N, Mlnlater
Bible School . 9:30a.m.
Morning WorShip' to:30 a.rn.
Prayer Meetin( 7 :00 p.m.
YounK People s M,eetinK
7 :.00 p.m.
Services -7 :30 p.m.
.......
Our Ambulance Service is yours
for the at a faPt price.
STUBBS Funeral Home
1'EI.EPHONE 2211 WAYNESviLLE, O.
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; II' , ' SEED EASy
. , .' SEEDER
. . r
1.-24-Fbot Breadcast.
l
, .
, 2:-25:.Qucrrt Hbpper '
'Capacity. I , ,
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, t '. I , !,
. 3.-Will Sow 11.6 Acres
a,n Hour qf 4 M. P. H:
: .
, 4.-Distribute evenly and
in accurate amount
p,er
5.-Adjustable ' to a l,t ' :
makes of tractors.
Rogers ad Simpsol . Trador, Sales
E. NORm PHONE 2342
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WAYNESVI'LLE, OHIO No. 4357
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1948
INDEPENDEN"t LEAG
by Betty Thorn .:5
WAYNESVILLE BEATEN
71-50 .BY MARVINS
Wa nesvilJe did it again I Yes
they fost another g-ame .. ' Al :
tried to stop
Marvllls from scorillR; they wel'c
una Ie to (:ope with Marvin -:. '
team. ' . ' -
Referees were Cecil Rus' eJls
and Benny , chlagheck.
The sconnp::
Waynesville
Rickey
Bernard
Planck
ackett
Pts.
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5
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I a 1 I
ORDINANCE
Sta.te Rotite No, 73, Ordin'a nce ;'1: 0 . 200.' Date o f Enaoi ment, }<"e ,
20,
An m rgency ordinance ' enacted by th Village of Vv'aynesvlll t!,
Warren County, ' Ohio, In matter of the hereinafter described im-
provement, under t'he supervision Of the Director ot Highways,
I, .
, SECTION I (CONSE'NT)
'ViHiEREAS, the Direotor of Highways is .considerIng the matter of
the folJ owlng Improvemeut his impervlsion of the publ\c highwar
particularly as follows:
, B6glnnlng at the intersec,tion of U, S, Route ,42 and state Route
73 in the VlIlage ot: Waynesville, th en ce east ov r a nd a long State Route
7:: a dls,tance of 0,619 mll,e& .fOI' th '}>UI' pose oC l' cs ul'faCi ng with T -32
IHla-f:we,. and
" HE;REAlS, it Is declared t o be In tlhe public interest that the con-
sent of the Vl1lagc of 'l\ ay nesvlll c. Ohio loe given' fol' the above des I'ibed
' imlJl'ovement, under the :s up I'vis ion of the Director of Hllghways in ac-
1:00'da n 'e with plan " pecification' a nd esti mates as prepa r ed by said
.Director ,
, :-\OW THEREFORE, s uch '''1151:' I1t be and is he reoy g ly n, r r the
enn truction of th abuve I'Ihed
SECTION II (COOPERATION)
BE IT nEsoiNED, that the oun il of the Village of 'Wuynesville,
Oh10, does h el' eoy pro'pose to cooperate with the Stat ot Ohl.(), in the co't
of the above described impt'ov ment, !by assuming and contribultlns
Vift een Dollars Inclusive of the" cost uf engineering , p ' coo-
t in"'encics and other inci denta l ex}> nses,
SECTION III (AUTHORITV TO SIGN) ,
E IT that the Mayor of t he 'y11Iag Of' ayn sv III e,
Oil 10,>, be a nd he i s a uthollzed Ito nter Into a greements for the maln-
I): nc and. val:klng for Federal P!:oj ects, parking l' gulation for Stat
and speciaL obligations,
SECTION III (b) (PARKING R,EG'ULATIONS) ,
.BE ilT 'ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of W(8.yne ; viHe, Ohio!'
that upon completion of said improvem Ilt by the Dll' ' t. or' of High ways,'
it is h ereby a nd agreed' t hat said VUlage of "Vaynesvlle, Ohio,
wlll th ereaf t er.

Bndk\'
Total
f\' arvins
J 5 0 Keep. said higlnvay; open to tl'a ffic at a ll ,tim s, a nd
(b) ', R,egulr te par!dng, t ,
I' ll, ells
H
F' x
, Us
II'! 11sod
Total
core b quarters:
1
.\ '. ayne ville 3
r1a;'yi ns ' 1-4
...
Pts.
22 SEC'tI'ON IV (CER'rIIF'ICAT.fO,N O,F AVAILABI,LITV OF ,RIGHT OF'
20 W*V, UT1LITV REARR'A'NGEMENT ANID SAVING T.HE STATE OF
, 14 J 1 ' OHIO HARMLESS' OF
10 , ' .
jl 5 ' BE lIT by the Council of VltJage of Waynel;3ville, Ohio,.
" 1 , that: ,I 'I
(a)- The righ t of way necessary for the 'Construction of tlle a foresaid im-
, provement i . hereby certified as being avallable therefcr.
(b) ha.ve !been m.ade with and agreements obta ined from
all ' Qublfc utll1ty cNnpanies Hrtes or 8I14'uctul"es will be affect.,
-ed by the said companies have agr eed to mnk I;t ny a nd Q 11 necessary ' ,
plant removals or rearrangement In sueh ainannt:r a!5 to be cl ar
of any called tor by the plan of said improvement and
said companies have agreed to I1l.ak su h neces a ry rearrangements . '
immediately after notification by Ule village 01' the a eparst mEmt and
th e village agrees that the salcl d'epllrtmen t of highways of the state
of OhiO, shalJ be a nd is her by sa;'ed ha l'mle " (rom all y and all
dama-ges or la lmA tlhereof arising ,!l'om or gl'owing out of t he r e- ..
a rra ngement of snid utlilty ,company IIn.es or stru t ureA,
(c) 1t is hereby agreed that the mage s hall, at its own expense,
all rea.rrangemel),ts of wat l' mains, service lines, fir e h ydra nt , valve
sanlt.ary sewers Or other municipn. lIy owned utili ! ies and/or
any appurtenances thereto, us may be to con[orm to
!'lai d improvement and ' a id I'earl'nng mil ts ha,l1 be done at such
time as requested by the Department ' of Hign\\,nys E n O' in et' insu ' h
manner as not to int el'fer unduly with th pel' ll tion of con
tractor constru ling the impl'ov ment.
'rha\ this ordina.'nce t ake erf ct and b't> In COlTe frO\'l1 a nd altel'
t. he earlies t period a J\()wed by la w,
P a ssed: F (bruary 20, 1948,
Alt t est. : Charles J ames.
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HALL,
,AMERICAN HAU.t MASON
AMERICAN LEGION ,
,
DR. H.i M.
I It 1 f \ n- t '
- 1,1 , ,I ll f:
OF FOREIGN WARS HALL, MORROW
BE' SURETO
SERVICE'
, I' I : '
DISCHARGE PAPERS
AND SAILOR RELIEF COMMIITEE '
I f I
Mr. and Mr . Stanley Bail
wer unda y dinner
?:uests o'f Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
of New Vienna, ' when
Careys entertained the Worth y
,Matro'n and hu band f Oi -
trict 21 . Order of (:a tern Star.
ue Ann daughter of Mr. and
Mr ' . E Rumny. 'cl eL rated her
ninth , I irt h jay n Ftj.:lav and
was a dinner .I?' ue t of Mr. arId
Mrs. C. E. EdKington.
WAYNESVILLE REPAIR
. SERVICE
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO
WAYNESVIlJ.E
STORE
PHONE 2121
WAYNHVlLLJD. OHIO
STOKE'S 'DAIRY
uM,E'ADOW 'GOLD Products"
, Phone 21 , LEBANON, OHIO
Representative
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JtOGERS & SIMPSON
TRACTOR SAJ.ES
. ' Pllo .. 2341
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO
A FARM DIARY
Dy D. J. FRAIZER
20, 1948. , Spring:
all week ,but winter again thi
morning'. All weeK the wa'rm
pring su.n shine and ' the frost
out of the g-round' and we
, !I;td M UD. birds, and
rt seemed a if the buds would
any minult! but .fast night
the cold came' down aKain and
the ground is frozen' hard. But it
is better that way. It is too SOOn
for warm weather to stay but it
was nice while it lasted.
.
Sunshine was good for' the
al s thi week. We went . to
one on Wedne day planning- to
stay for only a little while but
th Slln wa So warm and
pleasant and we to s e
, ,
what corn sold for so we stayed
tlhtil almost the end. It averag-
ed about two doll'ars a bushel,
sold in hundred' bushel lots.
traw went for 49 cents a bale
and hay for a little over a dol-
lar a, bale. There was hot com-
petition all-lOng the 'ju,nk buyers
for the alp irOl:'L Mo t thtng '
old \vell though as usual thel e
weI' ' me h,argains.
All the Id sal e fans were
ther . and some new on "5 that
J expe,ct to ee at more sales-
sam) Of tbenl e pie who ha v
just farms and haven't
stocked up yet on all the
that seem necessary to a farm.
.Funny how old buckets
and feed cans' and trouKJls and
othe.r odds ends it takes
to run a farm. It may cost, l1lorc
in time to buy them a tales bul
it is more fun., The trouble with
it i that for everything that you
need you carry 'home three at
least that. you don't neeQ and
which clutter up you'r place until
someday you hav,e a sale and
someone else ' carries them
home. '
They sold wrenches by the
han Huls, all sizes, shapes, kinds
and , conditions. It made one
\"'onder how anyone could have
collected that many. That man
must have been a sale fan.
v renches are the sort of thing-
you 'find in the box of junk that
you buy' because you sa v{ some-
thing in it that you could or
that you gamble a dime on to
see what in it. ,I bought a
curry ' cDmb and a rush to
grool1\ the mul e with, but with
them I got. ,two littl e Id grease
guns and a three tined hay fork
without a handle.
The well drillers have been
working thi ' we ,k hl.jt they
ha ve had , trollble. ' They were
drillin,e: tl! 1' , Lia and the
combined rain and thaw tUrn,e i
it into oup an j fill '0 LIP more
.than half f" hat they wid dril-
l ed. Th 11 the ' came to
I' ck, and drilled , and irillc:d. , It
wa one of bi,e: ' and stone '
boulders that they always se m
t o hit around here. Tllen they ,
drov.e the pir e in and when it
hit the houlder it stuck. They
couldn t pull it out and the
couldn't drive it in and it wasn't
down far enough to leave. They
and they worked ancl
fmally.they t off a, charge of
' dynamlte but that didn't move
It.. It took four charges of dyna-
mite before they got it loose;
then that loosened so much rock
that it filled up more tlian ,ten
feet of what they had drilled and
they had to start in No
water yet. I am wondering if
w,e would have done any better
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 4
WAYNESVILLE, OHiO No. 4357
FEB,RUARY 26, 19
at the spot which the
cher' first chose. This was in a
better place for us and seemed
to have just as strong- a pull
'but there isn' t anything about
water witchin,g' , which tell y u
what you are going to hit efore
you there. '
"We had company this week.
Tuesday when we look d lit
by the barn there was a very
nice looking white-faced black
bull with Lena. Sometimes we
would have been very much up-
t but this tiTtl e he' was ver v
w kome and- o/e promptly
made arrailgements with ' hi '
owner to let him stay for a
week or so. Now I will not ha Vc
to bu,' a hull. '
We are waiting: \\ itll intere t
f ' r .our first te t-tube calf whi 11
i due ' Il 'ext 111 nth. You h ar
tale of the dire re liltS of art-
ificial. in eminati on and th
ma'ga,zine, are full of the good
result $0 we \ ill, ha ve t wait
and -s e. These' will t Thanks:
.gt.ivink calves (if we ?:et them)
and we will be thankful.
It was a bit funny for it ha
alway been our ' bull in the
neigh aI's pasture before, and
they can not tell this time just,
where he got over, but he did.
,The next thing is, will he ?:
h me the same way or will we
' have to take him 'home? It i
the little things like this that
add spice to on the farm.
Mr .. and Mrs. A. K. Day had
as theIr on Tuesday night
and Wednesday, their son, Mr '
Frank Day. of Winchester. Ky .
5OHIO' X.70 GASOLINE
STANDARD MOTOR oR..
'.
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guest stars wjil be featured at the Young Artists' Concert in '
____ Waynesville High School auditoriuin on .evening, of Friday,
t 2 . are from the .Cincinnati of Music.
"
They are: William Wilkie, the euphonium ;of baritone
hor ... ; Arthur Moor.efield, clarinetist; Maurice Mandell tenor vo-
calist, and Ward L. Swingle, piano accompanist. , " '

TYCOON BALLOT
Twill Th.,e' '.
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nomIna e ........... : .............. "
(name)
...... .... .......... . . . . . .......... , .... .
(address)
CARPET POWDER
WALL 'PAPER . .
for Waynesville's Tycoon of
1948 '
KEM.TONE
NU ENAMEL
. , .... .......... . . . . . ............... .
WIDE SELECTIONS IN PATfERNS AND COLORS
(Your address)
Open to all extept employdes
of Twi,n Theatre. ' '
Waynesville 'furniture and, Appliance Co. -
(All Ballots Becom'e 'the pro-
perty of :Twin Theatre.,)
lBallots must be at
Twin Theatre when purchasing-
either adult or child's tickets, b\'
9 .p. M. March 1 S.
"
PHOj'ft: 2422
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PAGE 5 THE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAVN,ESVILLE, OHIO No. 4357
THURSDAV, FEBRUiARV 26, 194f1
TWIN LENSES
by
FOX HOllY
H y, g-irls! 'It' YOU H J UI'l1.
Cae6aN Creet
Mr. and Mrs. ' Donald Haines
entertain'ed the Young Friends
at their home Sunda y
evemng Feb. 15.
. Marilyn Sue Smith i iOlprov- ,
1I1,g' at home after
b en a patient at Miami Valley
Hospital for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. ' Theodore Mcin-
tire and son were dinner .e:uest ,
of Raymond WiI on and wife
Sunda,y.. _
' Mrs'. Ever tt Hain s has be n
. .
on the list. Talks were .g-iven on: "Group PHONE MANACER TELLS
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bog-en Recreation" by Darwin R. OF IMPROVEMENTS MADE
and daughter Carol Mae, of Bryan;" bs and Joh Analysi ' ' (OOotmued tram Paae 1)
Dayton were dinner ,e:uests of by MarVin Ru k, as ' lstant already connected In the ex-
Mr, an i Mrs William ,,"mith and -,-SO'(l . ' f- r the Qh-H:+- , -...,...ck>\,' n,g-e WI e 111 11 , 3 1 00 er-
one day last week. Farm Bureau;, "Farm Bureau" . i" , ne bf these, 3171 ha aI-
M r. and Mrs. Luther Hainc.:: ' 1 y Art Hoverland, and a di cu - r ady been hooked up at the
ha ve returned home from a va- ion on uTeehllique 'b John Waynes,ville Lock r Plant, and
cation trip to Florida. , Williamson" rn'ana- m re in thi ric will follow.
Mrs. Irene Burden entert,' ined ger\of Gre n C ,umy., Out- f-town 'ervi ce i du
a group of friends at a birthda Th re were I X c untl re- f I' an i2a rJ improvement when
part) Monday ni ,e: ht in honor of pr sented by qf :' th tw new trunk line ' to Leb-
her YOUlige:t daughter, Barbara. 60 P ,ople. rh v was an n are put into peration. '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry West and pent 111 q'uar ' , f Ik, II' Ie an i for thi ' \ ark arrived ,
,g'randsQn, Wa ne mith hav,c! re- halIro.om da.ncin.g' in charge f In Leha.n n Tue aa y Mr. Aug: - '
turn d from the ' sout h where D'lrWtn R. Br an. Mr, E;lrl hurg I' sai:l, and an in tallati n
th'ey p nt a few week; ' ,Dugan at the piano. man i at W rk ' nnecting it.
Mr. and Mr ,William mith Lunch anp slipper wer s 'rve:i hoth in L ban n and in Wa ne - '
unday" February 29 , i' Lean
Year's Day - and ' every wo-
man who DRAGS a man to the
Matinee at th Twin Theatre-
will be admitted FREE! All you
need do is have the boy frien i ',
ticket clutched in one hand and
the Boy Friend ill" the other!!
the fe;\iure that day (and Mon-
day) is , l .... !tl"l l1 s hilari ,us
I orfruyal of II Merton of, thL
Movie " (MGM), plu a' fa c-
inatin.e: hort" "It Cant" Be
go on!"
, The Twin Th atre Mana'ge-
and daughter entertained at din, by a commltt fr '.!1 the H(l m. i1le. Thi ' h uld' l e finished in'
nei' .. unday Mr: . Lucy C mptol1 and Co In f!1 unit y , (JI'I LIp, M th very n ar future, he ai 1.
, Done ' (MGM) , and W rid
, New (WI3),
BRIEFVI EWS: We rec m-
mend the finc' a f '
Cagn , and G ' r.e: Raft in
"Each Dawrlt I Die' (WB).
d with an q,cti on W st-
rn, " tage Coach To D nver '
(REP), Friday ' and Saturday.
"De ire ' Me" ' (MOM, Wednes-
and Thursday is rated
FAIR ONLY , by the critics,
thou,g-h Greer Garson and Ro-
bert Mitchum give box-office
appeal. Two' excel1ent short.,
i'Dan,g'erous Dan McFoo" (W-
' 13) and "Ice LiKhtning" (PAR)
liven up this p,rogram. '
DESE and DON'TS DE- ,
PARTMENT: Please don't pur-
chase a child's admission to the
theatre if you are 12 or ' over.
to Ohio State Laws,
at' 12 you require an adult
, ticket. , Play fair. The ' Twin
management does not want to
play policeman.
Ask Sa-m Huffman, Twin
Projectionist, the .srreat-
est headache of an Exhihitor:
he'11 tell you "Li,e:hts.'J Why?
Becaus'e it isnlt like the ' or-
dinary business, where you set
up' candles " when the liJ!hts go
0,,1 and carryon as.USJ,Ial. Elec-
iru:al trouble at the Twin stops
everything'. If it's a simple mat- .
tet of fuses, the audience is in.
convenierlced but momentarilv.
But, if.a in the
IHoJecbon machme. you re!lll v
,have trouDle. "That's what J1ar-
pen&d recently," Sam said. "We
had two but , they blew.
too. We ran the last show on
. one machine. instead of the cus-
toma:"y two. That meant a
,p.ause for' rewindin,e: I between
reels. Goth, I died .. a thousand
deaths." As this mitht happ'en
to anyone. I questioned his e)C-
dtem'ent. "Yes,'" he replied.
'but you forget. The show Must
/
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The Bold'!
Month Club
Waynesville'
National, Bank,'

ment announces the fir t of a
eries of contests to 1I h I' in
tbe pring s-eason. ot surpri -'
i'n,g' that Bah Twin
owner, chose St. Patrick' Da.
March 17, for hi first award 1
and Mr. ancl M r , Raleigh Bogen H. R. H arns, C/1a II'lnnn. ther . , q 1I i J1 men t , f 0 r
afternoon ca ll er ' were Mr. anli Wa ne ville ha I 11 1'1 r
Mr . HJr I j McClellan, Mr. and The kirt came down in ' in ' , the end of the war, in lud-
Mr ', Evan Bo,g'en and ,g'J'and- 1947 and beauty was fottnd t ' il1 .Q' l1 e W in t'rument .
daughter Carol Ma and Ma tel be only shin deep.
Wa, n mith, -Greyhound News
11 that day 'i chedul ed the
Great RKO pich.lre "T coon."
And on that da l rize will he
given to Wayn ville Tycoon
f 1948, chosen by YOU, thl.!
people of Wa y,ne ville a'nd sur-
roundinR c ' mmunitic , Cant t
rules are: ,
1.-Your candiqate can be
male or female -but Illll t live in
the Wayne ville ' R st ' Office
area.
2.-You mu t hand in your ,
haLlot when purchasin.e: thea
tre ticket anytime ,betwe n now
and March 15th. A person O1a v
submit as many ballots as he o"r
she desires. '" .;
Your Twin Th atre Bal10t is
in this , and subsequent iS5ues of
your Miami Gazette . .
To Date, the mer-
chants are donating- prizes:
Hyman's Dep't S tor' e;
smith's Resturant; B. and R.
,Cleaners; Gray's .Barber Shop;
Lacy's Quality Meats: Servis
Texaco Station .. : . others are
ex'pected to be, announced next
week.
COUNTY FARM BUREAU
TO HOLD
YEARLY MAR. 8
Th2 'vVal' ell ( \Int Farm
Bureau Cooperative A cia.-
tion' nnual 111l? will b
held MJrch 8th, Monday at 8
p. m., L banon Hi,(!'h ' hool
Building.
In luded in th progradl will
be the regular annual meeting
election reports, John Sim,
manage'r of the Ohio Farm Bu-
reau C operFltivc Association,
Columbus, will give an addr 5S.
Jack's Xylophone Band plays a
returning engagement. Thi
ban i will be remembered from
last year. _
All members and friends are
invited!
The Farm Bureau Youth Con- '
ference held an all-day and eve- , '
party Saturday, Feb. -21 ,
at the Lebanon Hip:h School

, " .
Raise Dunham White have been bred 14
t
. Exercise,
air"
'plenty of good
food 'for healt";
says Elsie. '
'.I And good food means plenty of pure, fr.esh;
pasteurized milk. Of course, Borden's tnilk, with
. the famous Quality Control, is always wholesome.
Why not ask for Borden's ... 'delivered to
your door or at your favorite store?
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' -' 7it,tilells'
, .'
If IT '\ f-'(l/'!()fN '-. iT S TC' i' ",', f-
---,=-- r t
RADIOS & ELECTRICAL
AppUance
GOODRICH TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
REPAIR WORK
years to give you' more profitable production.

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PUT TIME ON SIDE WITH
, \ Federal Land Bank,
Low Cost - Long Term LOANS
, "
'FOR FUTURE SECURITY.DEPENDABILITY
SEE-CAl.' WRITE
',Lebanon National 'Farm Loan, Lebanon, Ohio
ELLIS H. STURM, ,
SEe'y -TREAS. PHONE 448
2 SHOWS SAT. 28

SPORTING, GOODS
KITCHEN WARE
We also Hav.e a line of Acme Paint. C me in '
and see us for a .
General Electric- line of Light. Bulbs
Champion Outboard Motor,.
SMITH SERVICE and SALES"
South Main Street

MON. MARCH 1
. ,
Reissued by popular demand. A stark
Story of the underworld.
, Hilarious ' comedy from Harry Leon
Wtn THEATRE
- EACH DAWN I DIE
. Co-starring James C aBDey and
Wilson's famous Book Depicting
early Flicker in H<,>l1ywood.
Merton of the Movies
WED. 3 THURS. 4
NotJlinK so t i'ange as this tury of
war s aftermath and 'a man's dl" it
ill' his love for GREER,GARSON i )
Desire
. BOB O'REGAN, Owner

MAIlCR 1948
George Raft. ,
And Stage Coach to Denyer
AIaD Lane, 80IJ Blake, Martha Weat-
. worth
Starring: Reel S ton, Vir"ia 0'-
Brien, Alan Mcnrbra7
A-dded: Latest and Short.
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with Mitchum, Richard' Hart.
Plus: Dan McFoo (\I\' ll)
Ice Ligbtaina (PAR short)
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NOTICE TO 'CONTRACTORS
, STATE OF OHIO
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
Columbus, Ohio, 'Plebruary '21, 1948
Engineer ot ales ' Legal Copy No. 48-62
UN,IT ,PRICE CONTRACT
, eaJed PI' OPO als will 'tie received at th-e ofUce of the Sta,te High-
way Dh'ector of Ohio, at Columlbus, Ohio, untU H):'OO A. M., Ohio Standard
Time, Tuesday, Mal'ch 16, 1948. tor improvements In:
Propo a,}s Nos. 1 to 3 Inclu ive are offered as one proJect and will
be awarded 31S one contract.
PROPOSAL NO. ,-
Greene Coun.ty, Ohio, on part of Section 6.37, State' Route No. 35,
in Beavel' Cl'eek Township, by <!leaning and palntlng Bridge No.
67A ov I' the Little :Miami Rivet (Span 159 feet and 0 Inches, Roadway ,
15 fe t and 8 inches). , ,.
PROPOSAL NO.
arren ounty. Ohio. on part of Section 8.45. Rout-e 1N0. 48,
jn the City of South Lebanon, by cleaning a nd painting Bridge No. WIA-
4 - 1. over the Miami RiveI' ( pan 260 fe t and 2 inclies, Road-
way 14 .feet and ,8
. . , ' . PRO,POSAL NO.3
Hamilton County, Ohio, on part of Se tion 8.04, State R9ute No.
7-1, in' Andel"OI'} Township, by cleaning and palnrting No.
74- 8 oyer the Little Miami River (Spans: two at 244 feet and 0 inches,
RCJsdwH.y 26 teet and 10
ToUtl s tlmated cost ......... . ........................ , ..... $14,700.00 .
'P1' oposal Nos 1 to 3 in.elusive of this })l' ojeot to be ompleted not ,
Jot l' tha.n Augu t 2, . "
Th min imum wage to b ' paid to a 1\ labor emplOyed on this con-
t l!1.c t shR\} be in ;l COl'dan with the ", ch dUoI of PrevalUng Hourly
,Wa:ge Ra.t es certained and Detel'mined by The Department of Indus-
l.l'ial ReJatiol1s a ppli 'a'bl to tate Hlghwl y Depal'tment Improvements
in ac 'ordon e with ctlon 1,7-3, 17-4, 17-4a, 17-5 and of the
G 1 rai d of Ohio." ,
The bidder must submit with his bid a c l'.tifled, check in an amount
qual to five pel' C1 nt Qf the es limated cost, but ill no' vent more than,
t n thQusand dollars. , , " ' ,
Plans and specifications al'e On file In the department of highway .
. I1 d th ' office of r esident distri t deput,y dh'ector.
'he dll'eclol' I' 'erves the right to I' ahy bids.
EARL L. RIDES
State llighway Direotor
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UNTIL' MARCH 15 ONLY' I
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5 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON
Main &: Miami Sti.
THE Store"
. ..' , .
o M E '!"F tJ 'R Nl'SIH' I Ntl $:!
.. To.,Get' Ite.msi'
. 9 s 12 WOOL RUGS
, ,
I .
9 s 12 FELT BASE RUGS
CURTAINS -- SLIP '(:OVERS
LAMPS (Floor 'rable)
STUD'IO COUCHES (Fully Sprin8 Filled)
, .
LIVING ROOM SUITES'
BE'D ROOM SUITES
STOVES
"Complete HOme Furn.ilherl"
" '
" .
HOME FURNITURE'
Phone
912R
CO.
XENIA
OHIO
Main Street B,t Whiteman"
-Grade School Notes ,
<.y Min Hardin)
. Miss Walker s first J,{radc is
learning: to te,lI time. They are
going to make their own docks.
Mrs. Paine's third'
ren are maki'ng books in which ,
they will illustrate with pictures
the children of other countries.
The second grade has almost
completed writing their numbers
to 1000.
Jerry Barton has'm/Dved from
Waynesville and Miles Cullom
will be at tl1e end of
this week.
The Fpurth p' rade h.as a new
pupil, Freda Smith, from Sand
Gap, Kentucky. .
Mrs. Sheehan's room hact per
fect attendance two days last '
week, with only seven absences
for the entire week.
Ruth Ann Benefiel is , back '
after Unee weeks absence with
virus pneumonia.
Julia Traylor pelled down
the whole fourth- in a
Spelling Match Friday.
Hazel Hobbs moved to
Miamisburg last week. and Em
rna J ean mith moved to
Waynesville fro m Jackson,
Kentucky. ' .
Last Thursday the sixth grade
boys played an interestin,e:
of basketball with the
and eighth grade boys. -The SIX-
th won by a sc'ore of 1 5
to . t 3. HiR'h POi!lt man
John Fischback WIth 6 pomts.
Next was Howard Florence with
5 points; then Dicken-
sheets with 4 pomts.
Miss Day was out of school
on Monday' due to sickness. Mrs.
Fred Grauman took her place.
AUNT GIYES SHOWER
FOR BRIDE
Mrs. Clarence J. Davi was
honored on Sunday afternoon
when her aunt, Mrs. Howard
Hurley, of near New -BurinJ,{ton
entertained with a miscellaneous
QLJitc a numher of re ,
latives and friends were present
and the honor guest received
many lovely ,gifts to use in tll '
apar'tment' into which she and
her husband plan to' move. The\'
'ar.e now students at Wihningtqn
Colle.e:e. Guests from Wet ynes-
ville at th.e shower ' w re : Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence J Da vis. Mr.
Loyd Davis, Mrs. Josiah Davis.
Mr:s. Gilbert King, Mr. H. B.,
Earnhart, Mrs.. A. H.
and Mr. E. F . . Earnhart.
t1
Mr and Mrs. A. H. Stubbs- and
family had as Sunday ,e:uests Mr.
and . Mrs. Earl Heaton and
daughter of Germantown.
;
THE MIAMf GAZETTE, ,,sAGE I
WAYN,ESVILLE, OHIO No. 435'7
THURSDAY; FEBRUARY 26.1948
Mr. Herman Surface is con-
fined' ' to the hospi1al in Mur
M
freesboro, Tenn. an
appedix operation on
Mr. and Mrs. Surface are
ents of Murfreesboro, but he IS
connected with the Air Field
at Albany; Georp:ia and was very
ill when 'he arrived home for the
week-end. Mr. and Mrs. ..
face and little son were former
'A' aynesville residents.
Mr. Earl Earnhart ;mu M;:
E. F. Earnhart visited the. Mia!1li
Valley Sport Show at 'Memonal
Hall, Qayt,on, ' on Sunday after-
noon.
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Mr. al1d Mrs. John J. Bur
had a dinner ,guests on Saturday
the m.embers of (hell'
Cincinnati card Club.
The Rainbow Advisory Couri .
cit met at the home of Mr .. and
Mrs. Lou Alfred' Ol} Tuescta v eve:
ning with ' a large.
Mr. Ralph Miller, diSCUS I n lea-
ier chose tlie u11j ect "In ur-
a'nc'e." A soci.a! hour , was
jo ' d, with 'games and refre -I -
ments.
Walter Cast ,I' (ttt)
, , ,Just ras in ' to plant" rrtU$t .ick ,
. 'tire best I yO,u ...
HUy from the I., ' ,: '
.. . 1:j\Jl'bllv.m'g.:, White get.
the dlrect benefIts of our .trapnet .. pedlgree ,
brcreaing program for high liva ilit)!, r pi'd '
-th, ;\a,ndhighcr egg .
I . .
Every DUNHAM White ROck is :sired ;by
an irtOividual1y wingbanded U: S. R'. '0 : : P.
200 to 3 15 egg breeding. The
breeding behind our chicks enables them to
produce at' a higher,' more profitable rate tllan
ordinary ' hatchery chicks. Consi'der what 5 to
20 extra eggs per layer would mean ' to your profits. You' can afford to pay
several cents more per chi,k to get this three extra eggs per bini
t , ,
, I
would' mean you COl)LD pay 10-15 cenfs more per chick . .
Dunnam White Rqck Chicks are Ohio-U. Certified and Pu,lorum Passed .
..' \
ORDER THEM -TODAY' BY CALLING
R. 2 WAYNESVIlLE ,
PHONE 2916
WAYNESVILLE, OHlQ
PAGE ' 7 THE MIAMI tertained on Thursday at ,the
WAViN,ESVIL:LE, OHIO No. 4357 country home, on the Township
THURSDAV, FEBRU,ARV 26, 194R Road, of Mrs. Stanley ' Bailey. .
-- Mr. Paul Johns 'of Cincin-

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n
' . nati spent the week-end .and un-
I ,- - til Monday evening with hi
. ' 'It I e grandmother, Mrs: Margaret
. I John. The were Sun -
My. Paul of the Uni- day ev nin,e: ' g,uests of ,Mlr.
verslty of Cll1cmnab and. Mrs. and MrS. Walter Kenrick.
Marg-aret Johns attended the Mrs. Nettie Emrick returned
weddjng, of the former'.s cousin, home Monday after a couple of
Mi ss Linda Lou Haines, and Mr. weeks stay ,viti'} her son-in-law
. Lawrence Bledsoe at the and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Church at Bellbroo,k. Friday . ali bury at Washingtqri C. H.
eveni n,g and the recepb n f t- Mr. and Mrs.- Harold 'Steinke
lowing at "The High, View Ter- and James were Tuesday even-
. race" there. ing dinner at the home of
'(he Woman's of Mrs. ZelIa Flatter in Dayton. .
Lytle c hurch wi ll be entertained Mr. and M j' . Vernon Pursle
next We.dnesday afternoon, ' sons were dinner g-uests Sat- '
March 3 at the home of Mrs urday evening of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Cowan. The hostess wili Rat.pb Taylor hl Franklip. ,
be assisted, by MI;s. Charles Bun-Mr. and Mrs. He,nry. Saylor
Mrs. P. Cornell and Mrs. f Five Point entertained the
har1es Tumbleson. Saylor family to' dinner unday
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Clark in of the fifth 1
attended the funeral of Mrs. Lil- of th Ir httl e dau,e:l1ter, .Lmda.
li e Palmer the mother of Mrs. MI'. and Mrs. Walter Cowan
Everett C'tark, ' at the Morris .of the farms
" ons 'Funeral ' Home in Dayton motored to ChlcaR'o and p,ent
WednesdaY ,afternoon, and' bur: last week with relatives there.
ial at Woodland Cemetery. TI)ere wasn t any Church
, Mr. and Mrs. Seth FUrllaS, Ser vlct; here Sunday .11 account
Miss Mary Brown and Mr. and the .111ness of the pastor, Rev.
Mrs. Walter Kenrick attended , Joseph Myers of Dayton.
the monthly meetin,g' of the Ruth ' Burough? of
Wa1"fen County Historical oc- Spnngboro has been staymg at
iety at The Golden ' Lamb at the home of her SOrl, Mr.
Lebanon on Monday evening. Guy nd famlly,
Mrs. Henry Saylor planned a dUrir:'g the cold weather.
hirthday party Thursday for Mrs. Walter Clark and
Mrs. Vernon Pursley; other of ter, Miss Wanda called on ML.
the party were Mrs: Roy Winks Paul Wi11iams and little son in'
and Mrs. Qlaries Bunnell. They Lebanol) Saturday afternoon.
dined at the Seville Tavern in Mr. and Mrs. George Brack- '
Dayton and afterward saw ney 'of Route 2, are Quarentined,
" 'Cass Timberlane" at the Col- on' account of three in the tam-
onia!. ' ity having scarlet fever. .
The Lytle Card Club was en- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steinke

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and, family and. Mr. Walter: Bur-
dihe were guests' Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs . . Otto Tay-
,
. '
(Iothes are like people, thev'get
. 'old before their tlJtTt without
,the .proper care. If you want to
get mote' good laok1bg wear out
"of < themr-Jet us see to it with
' 9ur ten He cleanihR: metlrQds .
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. BUILDINGS. CIlATfElS ' IUS II ABllI.TY
, ,
'FARM INSURANCE"
in the Ohio Farmen will give you protection agams,J
00 your ,farm. ' It C0gers your your' chattels, your
aDd )'OUt ll_bWt)' for accidents to others. Wby not see u.s today!
You _ou you're .ale whm you're ialured in the Ohio Farmer.'
larl D. 'Dam Iosurance Agency'

113, 20 E LEBANON, O.
OHIO " S ........ CO_AIft
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lor in Cincinnati. : that broke the camel's back- do so bad. either
Mr. and Mrs. Sillman Stewan fun packs consisting of food, After dinner we fired UP
and family of Lebanon were en.. cooking gear, blankets, a tent, fireplaces and \vith all the
tertained to . dinner Sunday at anGi ' the other unneeessary moke we smel1ed like smoke:t
the home of their son .. in-law boys lake along. Explain- hams. When thoroughly \ armed
and daughter Mr . . and Mrs. Jun- ing the tents ..J.Ju-oC;:Ir-" t-he--tents, re-
ior Clark and little son, Michael. said, "Some day soon the hike packec\ extinguish, d the fire
, The neighbors of Mrs. Ogle will turn, into a camp and we and home.
Billville of Route 2, tendered ' have to get accustomed to car-
her a surprise party Tuesday, in ry'inlr a load,.' . '
ho)'wr of her birthday anniver- We tra'mped out into th "
sary. " c(mntry about a mile . and et
Mr. and Mr . Ed Raml y
children were unda y afterno n
and evening of Mr. and
Mr . Ramby in Da. t on . .
Mrs. Louella Swank and Jim- canlp. Two of us fo.und that
mie Swank of Dayto'n were Sun- one tent was deformed
day guests of Mr.-'and Mrs. E. B. but on closer inspecti 0n found
Longacre. ' that trying to turn a side into a' J.
Mr .. and Mrs. 'Forest bottom didn't 'work. ' With all ----.... --.--.
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ham arid Mrs. J. B. Jories at- the fresh air a fire was the ne. t
tended the dinner and meeting item for consideration. A tream
of the Farmer's Exchange" at I,earby supplied the stone for a
the hi ,g- h .school Satur- fireplace aod the wo ds r 1 nt y
day . ", f fueL The scouts who had
the tent trquble were at it a.g'ain
SCOUT'S VERSION and made a bi,gg:er fire out or
OF SATURDAY HIKE - their match box than ut of t.heit
fuel. But help w.as an j til '
aturday morning at about il1ell of sau and p tat e.,
10:30 four scouts, Scoutmaster fryi ng- wa eVidence th i r
Joe James and his a sistant ,set fire was we11 mad. W f un :1
out on a short hiking- trip. To that a ponch makes a ,p;o d
a townsman it appeared that windbrake and the tents don't
each boy wa surel y lo.adetl t
the point of fhe proverbial straw
. AUCTIONEERING
STANLEY and KOOGLER
BROKERS LICENSE
For Oat ., 2894. Wayn vill .
Ohio'. Rev.,... Chara
'.
E. o. scon
Representing
Westheimer & Company
.Members New York Stock
Exchanges and other
registered Exchanges

. Investment . Trust Shares
BouR;ht - Sold - QIIQted'
Phone Waynesville 2,530 . I '
' Daztoa AD32S1 ,
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Get . Your TRUCK and
' BUSINESS
I G N 5 ,
of '
,STANFORD BOGEN
Morrow, Ohio
AMBULANCf. '
PHONE
'2111
",
OFFICE CLOSED
FEB. 1
to
MARCH 1
While on Vacation
Dr. C. E. Wilkin '
Optometric Eye Specialist
26 'South DC,troit Strp.et
XENIA. OHIO '
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fai"ley
Stores
6 - BIG STORs .;... 6
PHONE 2441 WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
-.
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
1c PER WORD MINIMUM 25c
REAL ESTATE
DON'T FORGET TO CALL
u far Insurance. All types of
, In. 'urance at a savings. Call
Francis Gene ' Brown, phone
'v\'a nesville 2935 or ' call
collect. 2111.
Real E,tate For Sale-
IF YOU HAVE A PROPERTY OR
FA.RM TO . SELL Can or Write
f)on Henderson. Tel. KE3448. 6t 7
Ltlraln Ave . Dayton,. Ohio. ttc
FARM WANTED-
\VANTED TO RENT, farm on
th ird or will con ider work- '
illg by 111 nth. Best of refer-
. ' nc S. Leave word at Gazette
a ffic. - 22
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J oh n Deere Owners-we are
I!qltipped to J,Cive you prompt
service on our tractor and
farm equipml!nt. ArranKe your
tune-up ' 'or overhaul work
-oon and be ready for
We can restore the
9
n
gmal power to your trac-
tor at a low cost in our mo-
dern John . Deere service
hop. cylind-
er rebonng, installation
and bearn,(!" adjusclI1ent done ,
to Deere specifications. An
Only Gen-
ume J.ohn repairs usect.
We pick up and deliver.
BANTA IMPLEMENT CO.
Lebanon Phone 555
-34
EARLY FRYERS ! ! !
start chicks now-have early
fryers--they will be in bi ,g:
deman 1. S t a I' t e d sex e d
cockerel chicks n \V avail-
able.
DUNHAM WHITE ROCKS
Phone Waynesville 2916
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Administrator
Mr. Mu:,., \ ' Id) ac-
companied his Aunt to her home
-1n Los An1!eles 'Ieveral w eks
ago, return,d to his h me on
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wade
moved to Spring Valley on
day, intO' a which they
recently purchased!. Mr. Wade
has been in the' re:a1 estate bus-
iness here for several years.
Mr. and Mrs: Bernard Baug-hn
and children of HarveysburR' will
occupy toe home which Mr. and
Mrs. Wade vacated.
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PRAYER SE,RVICE
TUSDAY N'IGHT
at the nome of.
James Harriington
Nort11 and Water treets
, Conducted By
H. Hor.nsby, of Hamilton
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
N ti ee is hereb g,ive,n that
R - N.ew eredric \Va- , Albert H.Shlb . whose Post
t r heaters, .one _ Addres i Waynesville
WATER HEATERS-:
and ne 80-RaIJ0l1. Will tn- hl o ha een dul y tlppointed
tall. Myron. Hag- meyer, a Admini trat n!, of th Estate .
Phon Waynesville 2956. of \lenora Lee atrick late
FOR SALE of Warren County, Ohio, de-
J tan iin,g- Lamps; Eledric
11'{ 11; FloI' and Dust Mors ;
Aluminum (:0 kin-g' Set and
other cooking utelisilS; 2 Ax-
mini ter Rugs, 9x 12; Steamer
rrrunk; Silver Ware Service for
; and other artictes.
Carl W. Lacy, Phone. 2662 .
RANG-'
. cea ed. *
Oat ct this l oth day of Feb-
ruary19
1
8. -.
C. 0 nald Oilatu h, Atty.
RALPH H. CAR'EY,
Judge of the Probate Court
\r\ arren County, Ohio.
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TRAILER FOR SALE-
NORRIS BROCK COMPANY
Cincinnati Union 15tock Yarda
Live Wire and ProQre iye. An
OrQflln;zation second to none.
Strictly aellers on- the' De*t
all around market in- the
country.
T\\ a-wheel ' trailer, eiiht-foot'
ELECTRIC RANGE for sale. In' body, for sale. Ashmead
. g'09d shape, being used every ohio' Service, North Ma'in
SERVICE THAT sATISFIES
na y ton 12: E. R T.
Dlal '1800_ ' WLV/ ,ClnclnnnU
12:' 40, 01'" 700, fOlr Our ' Dall\'
'. . '
Lee Lemmof), 2. Street. r 226
LAUNJ>RY : . OF DRAWERS-:....
To dol 'in my home. Quick serv- Antique walnut chest of draw- .
ice. Phoile 2986. ___ ers for sale. Ben Furnas
MACHiNERY FOR SAl E
J 0hn Deere rubber tired
KiII.fer sub soil 'plow; John
Deere 5 foot .tandem disk;
John Deere No.4 ' mower
with horse or tractor hitch;
John Deere 10-inch hammci:
mill; John' Deere Model CC
Fi eld Cultivator; John Deere
loader. .
BANTA IMPLEMENT CO.
Lebanon Phone 555.
-34
Letz No. 240 Rouj.thage mill,
used one year, complete with
trucks, separator an pi .
chop re hay, grind
and mix . and separate '
small and Fullv
R'uaranteed a,nd :priced to sell.
. BANTA IMPLEMENT CO.
Lebanon PhOne 555 .
..--34
, Bolens Huski Garden
1 % and 3 H. P. Models with
complete line of quick at-
tools, plows; disks
cultivators, sickle bars and
lawn mowinR' attachments.
Ideal for the home .(!arden
truCk. Our
.wIIl be hmlted. Order with.
out delay.
BANTA IMPLEMENT CO.
Lebanon ,Phone 555
. -34
BUSINESS SERVICES-
Tra( t r. and .. machiner"
. cleanlil g :tntf painting:. Tru k
ani auto motors cl ai, ed. Call
us for an e tim ate.
BANTA IMPI .EMENT CO.
, Lebanon ' Phone 555
, '
WELD ING-
----------------
Acet lene an I AI', WELDI NG.
Portable equir ment.- Bill Let!
nea_r Wayne ParK. Phone
24.' 1. -31 R
...
phone Waynesville 2953. '
,
a ,rowin.. 'avarite
I
'--_aIG-M--let ____ INIit-ylleId f.rtm.era lor ,our .. t .....
- aD . Said eropel II -.p fertlli8ew beuiag the
lot blibelt .....at .... t7' . BIO II brad perfonill up
Aad .It'l ........ t war.:for to that reputed_ ...... it
___ t7 yean. , il II1wll7llUc1e .,. to .....
WhU. our Immediate ClOD- "'rdt ' .. '. ...,. doD to
. cer.. i. tbat 01 lupp.,i ... _ a prICe. '.
..re bi,b-pota.b-c:oatftlt '. '. .
cw. ... hom pour dNIet "" .....
. -h .
'Of'ICI IN DAYION, OHIO
'ActOay 1"- n ... IH.
"IIe lIfMnu 'ertlllaw COo ..... , II _
. ....".,." ... , lIf... __
uncI," dlrtct o".r.tlo" 01 It.
'WE FOR.
HORSES $15; $14; HOGS $4.00 ewt ..
ACCORDING TO SIZE AND CONDITION
CALL
'oj
X E N I A '. ' Fertilize,r
. ' ,
. Reverse
Charges
4 '5.4
E. G. Buch.ieh, lac.
Xenia O.

AUTO LICENSE TAGS
SALE MONDAY AT 9
THE. MIAMI G'AZETTE
WAYlNES,VILLE, OHIO No. 4357
;
ale of 1 48 Ohio auto lie-
FEBRUARY 1"8
en -e plates \\ ill start \1t 9 a. m.
next M0ndtly at Kier's Ford
Garage, Main Miami
evenin,g- dinner g-ucsts of Mr.
and Mr . and
son.
treets, M iss Phebe Miranda, de- .
puty registrar, has announced.
M-r . Harry Burnett spent Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Fulker- day here \vith her moth.er, Mrs.
son ' and dau,l{hter were Sa turda y E. L. Thomas.
Public A.action
. "
Route 73, One Mile East of rl
Fri.; 27, '48
1:00 p.m.
7-CAnLE-7
.1 H91 tein Cow fresh May 1; 2 Jersey Cows fr h, extra
god; 1 Guernsey Bull, 2 years old; 3 . Heifers, springers.
2 HORSES - 2 ".
2 110r extra good, Weight 3600 Ibs.; 2 Sid s oJ
Work Harne s and Collars.
MACHINERY
New Idea Manure preader; 2 Wagons; 1 Molene ft. diSC,
like 'new; 1 John Deere MQwer., ,Big 4, like n.eW; '1 John
Oeere Culhpacker, go()d; 1 Corn Planter, McCormicK' D er-
ing, extra goop; 1 Grain ,Drill, .5 ft.; 1 Oliver 12 'in. Walk-
, ing prOW;: 2.i r. 14 i'n. Case VI ow share-i t pr.1_ . ill plow
..shares; 1 SpIke-tooth J-IarJ'{?w;
15 - HOGS 15
4 Brood Sows, due to farrow 15 of March; 11 ' Shoats weight
125 Ibs.
, .
, FEED .
40(Y Bu. Corn; 75, ,Bu. Wheat; 60 Bales Oats
., ,
. MISCELLANEOUS - . .
J 1\\il,k cans ; 2 Buckets) 1 Sttainer; Hay';Fork'; 'PHch Fork; '
Double Trees; Pulleys; Soft Belt. .

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Stanley, Auctioneer.
. Doster &. Clerks.
, ,
I
Relurfacin. and ,Driveway Rec:oatinl
EST, ' I MAT E S
, . .
'. B. STROUD
OHIO
. Any' make or mode1
Fred. Kahn Motor C'.-r
PHONE 321 ' , LEBANON, OHIO
TELEPHONES
WAYNESVILLE Uti .
No.'
LEBANON Offlee .'JJK
;SAND and GRAVEL RES. U8L ,
BLACK-TOP DRIVES
TAR and ROAD OIL
t;AWN and FILL DIRT '
READY"MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING and DUMP TRUCK SERVICE

GIVE Generously to RED CROSS Wayne township's .ot,a Is $700'
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It Says
'Here
Waynesville Wins ,Goonty Title, '
Faces Next Test at 2:15 Saturday
By Smitty'
, Where are you, Waynesville'?
There's work' to 'be done.
Right now there are at least
three "lost causes" in town.
They are causes but they '
are, tied up for lack of a Jeader.,
, SERVING SINCE 1850
.5. Florence Dies
, ' No. 4358 ,FIV'E CENTS A COpy
After Train Hits Car
,
WAYNESVIL.LE, OHIO T H U R S',o A Y, MARCH 4, ' 1948
Nobody wants to put in the vol- . I S Q d
unteer work that It takes to put BO'ard ' to lo'speet uir couts , in' uan Funeral :;ervices were held
them 'across. dNA ,aturday aHetnoon at the Me-
1. The.Red Cr.oss annual fun'd "& C S ti I No Lea er, 0 -=ti'i.ties. Clure Funeral H.ome fo\' Mr .
. drive, which Lebanon reported ' It ODerete C 00 adie ' Fran e Florence" 64,
was totally in Wayn'e Girl out Ti'oop No.. 1, ears old who died at 1:10 a.
Township until the ' Warren. The Wa ne T wn bip 'Chool which ,has _8 members and n ,' m. la t Ti1ur da'y of injuries suf-
County Ch'apter , conceived -the Board, is scheduled to drive to leaders, has t orarily' discon- fered when a pas ellger tr'ain
brilliant idea of it in Huron, Ohio t ll\orrow to ' in- tinued it \\ eekly m etinl!s and truck her automohil the pr -
the Miami Gazette's lap. ' I a ' hool' buil iin,g of pour- other activitie , ' ecause no' on vi us day. ' .
2. The Girl cout tr op, eli-concr te as a can be found to take f 1 h ac i :lent OCCUlT (ion the
which folli ed up over a munth p loward plans ,for building- the troop. , . Oxford H ad near Middletown.
ago and for ' whtch no' leader' bas a new elementary school for Many .. of the memb rs are: dI S.. Mr. Floren e. and her husband',
com'e forward. , " which bon'lis have b en sold appoinfed t ecause had re- Howard, bad j'ecently moved to
3. A pro; pe tive Cub c ut here. ' , cently become second class near 'Middletown after runnin,lf
de,l, on w,hkh the snowed-o.ut The board members will b- scouts and were Iookin,g: , for- a farm in th Wa nesville ar a
of the Mother' Club;\ ward ,to p,'oin,g- ahea' \\ ith b:ad. 'e for about '2 ears.
month ' t,g'o was to have heard an' a xompanied on the trip y work. Her death came just at the
outline by Dick Claesrfield ex- County" Superintendent Ra.y- ' Mrs. Margaret Ann Chapmall start of the \A/an;en County bas-
ecutl"ve for this area. he last I . n n F. Hatfield and by a Col- resign,ed as troop, leader e'ffec- k tb II t . 1 . 1
umhus representative of the e a ' oumamen 111 w l1C) ont!
saw of Mr. Claes, he was go- national Portland , Cem en t tive Jan. 28, due to the press of her ,g-randsons, Wilbur Flor-
ill,c)' around lookin,!." of 'other activities. Mrs. Chap- ence \"as a 'key nlayel' for the
:-.. A oCiationr, accordinO' to plans ' ,v " ' r. '
t ur a man to a vise and lead the . d ,.. h man. will help a.nyone wbo is in- winning- Wa nesvllle team.
Cubs' if a den were formeil. ftlade at t e boar's mont Iy terested in takinR' the positon, In addition tQ her husband she
There may ' be other ' lost Monday nlght. and asks that any womc;!n who is survived by six tivinJ! children
causes that,l don't know about. Huron, a town ' of , 1800 per- would like to work with Thomas and Wilbur Florence Sr.
, But three look rather ur . sons, is on Lake Erie 10 miles ,e:irl's con.tact h.er by of Waynesville; Mrs., Marjorie
gent. , , east of Sandusky. Its grade- 2712. ' . Kuntz of Franklin 'Flor-
, The' Red Cross drive, iri which school building" erec,ted in The ttqop was organtzed two , ence of Paris, Ky.; Milton Flor-
Wayne Township's quota i :: 1943, is considered a model for years ago, and met on ence of, Cochoeton, Ohi0' and
is supPbsed to: ru_n fwnl construction Tn Ohio. . WedneSday afternoons in the Mrs. Christine Sparks of Cynthi-
arch 1 to 1 O. _The theory is . The board has confeJired with hi,e:h school until Mrs. Chap- ana Ky. There are also 25
t on,March 1, a highly or all- E. C. ' Landberg, .Cincinnatl man's' AU the 'girls , and three great-
-'.r",'Wf! ' .it,_ ' ,owed rnUFh t:rand!=hildren. , \ '
,.. acfloh to .carry rna e a decision in the :coming hapman saltl. Rev. B. Coleman of the
the nPW'n ... in a : month' as to retainint him ' to ' Methodist ' Church w.as in
;few " , plan the' new scnool for UCENSE ,NO. 51-LP of the funeral service. Burta!
, #ioh .. "''";'''.ked h ' Waynesville . .. Mr. bandberg is : IS FIRS ' T I& ...... was In Cemetery. ", '
RANDOLPH TO BE FIRST
OPPONENT AT OAKWOOD
DISTRICT PRELIMINARY
Waynesville School.'s
basketball team, which swept
the Warren County tournament
last week by beatinR;. Morrow,
and Carlisle, is busy
gettinR" ready for the" seven-
county district tournament. First
opponent of the Spartans will be '
'Ranlio-Iph Hi,g-h ch001, which-
fini hed 'third in the
ery Count matches.
The, Randolph tilt is scheduled
for 2: f5 ,p. m. Saturday at Oak-
wood. ' If Wa nesvitle wins, it
will then fac the winner of'the
Oi x n-Phillipsburg ,g-ame t be
pla,Y d earlier th.at afternoon.
Sprin 'I oi'o, ec nd plac
tea'm in Warr "n Count , has
draw'n the odd 19th ,Position and
wHI meet the winner of the
game' between Ver aill es and
Xenia-St. BriJril1 . .If 'it wins Hs
next o.ppon nt will be:: the wjn-
ner of the Monroe Township-
Kingman clash. "
Waynesville's games , in the
county tOl,Jrnament brought the
Spartans' unbeaten streak ' to
mne Coach , Payn
h<\d many a good word for the
WaynesvIlle section at
, the tournament. Marv Ann. Bur-
tOll, cheerteader
t
' said th'e g-ood- ,
luck kewpie do I . Hdid it, /I but
as the MiddJetown paper said,
"Let's not take the, credit away ,
frQ.mt Thomp-son an'd , the ,rest ,of
the boys"-" ,
, Becaose , of . ih}ury Ken
Vicker:; was Inot able to play in
the M'orrow g-ame but Don Oa-
(OoDt4DUed ,on Page ') , - -I ' e . ere,,w-as; th ' pI f th t6 ' d ftUl'U
, (t) I a few people, ' e ' anner 0 > e -room: a - , MRS SMnH AS BUYER - '
including last year's chairman,' dition for tbe Le,badon Schoof. ' . ' NEWTON 1HOMPSON' COACHES' AU.-COUm
t&fil'ld out who was runni.,O' the. Also discussed ,at the board Those flashes of yellow that ,"
drive. NoboCly was. " (,2)" Oh meetinK were the new schooJ'. we are Seeing on the streets ' Newton Tl1ompson died at his TEAM HAS 2 SPARTANS
, Marcil qpertigg of the buses bought to these days aren't',spots before home south qf last When the 'seven Warren
. drive, l !ne charter cal- present fleet up to seven vehicl- , the eyes-;-they are just .the new Sunda'y' at 1 p. . at the age County, basketball coaches tot
led me to say U hear by round-, es. The S4'passenger bus, al- black-on-Iemoll Ohio ,1ic,ense, of 71. \ ' at the: tournament to
about s,ources tliat you mjght tie ' read.y acquired but not placed in ,plat'es went sale ' He ,s'ury.,ived, by his, wife, .. ' vote on ' an 'all-county ' team,
interested ,in being- dtive serVice, cost '4,450 of which , ctay mornang. ", ne son, Robert, liv- ,WaypesvilJe players go:t two of
tpwtlship." (3') The the stdte , will, pay the entire usual, the' first-day sales bontt?; :qne .grancJson j one the berths, on the team,
tho. I)ad never entered my amount, it was staled. ' The sec- w.,ere with l1l any people SIster, Mrs. ,geborah Gregg of and one ,on the second team.
mmd' and I said so . .c 41. He ond bus will Qarry ,60 passeng- W3:nting ola nufnPers fl- Ohio; and a brother . The all-cOlu:tty team includes
came to the Gazette office with ers and cost 1 of which gain. deputy re- Thompson of Cherry . Vickers . and Thompson ' 0 f
the p ernatia that J!o.es 'with . almost' the enftre amount will gistrar ,. for 'WaynesvrJle, is sell- ForF'k, Ohio. ,', . ' Waynesville, Schuchter of 'Mor-
window, stick come- fro, m state funds. , ing., the , tags. at ., Kier's Gar,age, utJelal services held H h f S . l.. d
receint _cards" Tlle of concrete Ma,lR and MI,;lml , at , t,he .A. row, OUA' 0 pran,e:l1oro, an .
1eff m construction' include economy,' a, ,m. _,. H-S, .. s 'Fog-Ie of Carlisle. On ' sec:'
I! less tendency space 'March .. ' ',. the R. B. 9f .-t.he "ond is Dakin of the Spar- '
,-So now, WQn',t . saving due to. walls, ' 'and , The fust , sale, as for tans. ", - ' \ '
pJease the Red Cross dr\ve,? vatioUS. otlier, factor$. the in pasf, t<? ' Mrs. BUrial was 10 M
la
n
llo
Cemetery. RuTH LeMAY BEGINS ' , , ..
" - ' , was told Monday by 'the MIldred Snuth of " .'
The old of the irresis- ,, ' '. Ralph of J:.j . ' mtRSING.WORK IN N. Y.
table, force tlie immovable The board ,heard two coin- her nUl1!ber, "1:'; .l ' . Mrs. Charles LeMa,Y, .
object , has come UP. p1aillts by ' one 'asking '51::LP, the:, fIFst m . f r,r,. ', ' and ch1ld,ren of Route 3, and "
Last Monday the' school for an of t;lctics senes. Mrs. ,Jesse Thomas visited Mr. MFS. , F. U, LeMay of
board faced a probJem like that. used in lessons giv- --.--------- her new gra!1ddaugh!er, Joyce Lebanon, attended the ' graaua'.
, As one member said, "We have en eacb month at the grade : CIlORCH CHRIST Ann, ,Russel, daughter oftiqn exercises of Miss Ruth Le. ,
, two g-fOUPS and each O,ne is abe sch()ol by W. ' C. T. U. , leaders, ro HEAR CANADJAN Mr. Mr.s. Virgil ,F. Russ'el, . May, ,at the Jewish . Hospital ' .. ,
' solutely certain ltls fight." The and the ' other ' referFinv to. a MISSIONARIES SUNDAY on and. Saturday. JO'yce School of NursinJ! in 'Cincinnati,
dispute without a , solution was given tb 'llis third -' > Ann w-flgb1s eI,e:h! mne ' on rhursday, Feb.rua.ry 26th. '
sta
rte
cJ.l?y 'a parent:s grade who bas sinfe been Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rempel, ounces, ',was bopn feb. 24 at I On Mon,day of this week Miss
that hiS daughter' IS. taugot In 'transferred to the Sprmgboro who are planninft to J!O to ' India St., Anne s Pfospltal III Dayton., Le,May for duty ,M the
" school that he is condemned to "scliool. ' aSf,) Chr-istian mIssionaries ,next , Henry Street Settlement in New
the nether ... regions for opening fa 1, will speak at the Church of Mr. and Mrs., Donald. Gilpin ' Xork City she spend "
a bottle of his home. ' " , Christ Sunday, March ,7., (at the .of Fosters are announcing the SIX ":1onths domg. ,Bu,bltc. Health:
, That touched , off an hour- ' MACK SAUER TO SPEAK ' morning serice only). This bIrth of a son, ,[)onn Lee Feb Nursmg, after :which she will re-
long discusSion about "thetem- BD't?RE young couple are from Cariada, 24. Mrs. Gilpin and infant: with tuitn 1Q 'ake ' hei State Boa'rd
perance lessons required by law , The, feature-d ' speaker" at the and are p.ersonal friends of Mr. the older are home ExaJ!llnahon at . Columbus. , .
111 Ohio schools . . The law re- Johnston, the minrsler. , Alt the ,of .her parentS, Mr. and Mrs. . MISS -LeMay was one of two '
quires.teaching of Utemperance" annual stockholders of Sunday evening servke, IrVin Mulford, for a few days. 'J!lr1s from Cincinnati for
o.ne day a y-e.ar, but the the LebpnQn National Farm Mr. Johnston wilJDring the ier- ' ' .' <?ourse of the Visiting Nurse
teaching heroe is done for short Lo'an ASSOCi,alion wilJ be , Mack mono STAR PLANS Ser;vlce, '. the other being ' Miss
periods' once a month by vol- Sauer, well known columnist , INmATORY WORK MON .Ehzabeth Richeurt of Cin-'
unteer W,. C. T. Inembers. lecturer from L'ee:: bu
r
, " ) GRANGE TO HOLD, M' . . , cmnab. '
Everyone in the room seemed' ' " BIRTHDAY . laml 107, O. E. S.,
to agree' that no child' shoulCi There wiJI be other special willf meet In regular session on MISS McKINSEY GOES
be taught to con- numbers including- Mike and Ray The Quarterly birthday _meet- March 8, at TO HOME OF SISTER
demn somethmg, his parents be- Wirsch giving but "Old Time ing of Farmers Grange No., 13 eIght o'clock. , rollowing the ' , '
Iieve is right. But nobody agreed . Fiddlin' and Guitar Pickin' " 'a- , wnt be held in. the l1all business session the initiatory Miss , Laura McKinsey, local
on what should be done about lonK wi.th ' a group of G. I. far- at 8. o'clock Satnrdav. work Will be ' for caridl- has been seriously
the answer was inevitable: taking part in a panel dis.: m.embers whose bidh- sdates. Mr. , and Mrs. W. E. 111 m M,IaJTU ValJey Hospital, wa-s
, "we'll see." Cusslon. days fall betwun Jan. 1 troud, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. St. removed. Saturday toihe home
All, of which led one specta- " Meeting is March 9 at Marclf 3 t. Mr. a'nd-Mrs. Eve John and Mr. and Mrs. Ross of her Sister, Mrs. Earl Swain
tor tQqtilpt. "Let's be . lebanon, Ohio. , ' , Early will an ,charge 'of - " Rowland' will serve on' the en- ' on Route 48 near Lebanon'
in 9f temperance." A good turn out is expeCted. fresl1ments. ' tertamme,nt committee. 'where she is .
I ,
The' Miami Gazette
, 8 TAB, L I 8 B D 1 ... 0
Publi.hed Every Thurld.y
W.yne.ville, Ohio
CARL G. SMITH, Editor
Entered as .econd 01.... m.tter .t the POlt OHlce
SUBS'CRIPTION RATE:
,1.50 a Year in Advance
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Eyents Coming Up
(To have events listed in this calendar, notify The Miami Gazette
. before, 4 p. m. Tuesdays.) '
. SAl"URDAY, MARCH 6
Farnljers Grange, Birthday meeting 8 P. M. ,
Waynesville vs. Randolph at Oakwood, 2 :15 P. M.
'. - SUNDAY, MARCH'7 '
Go to Church! ,
TWIN' :LENSES your son or daughter. A small
shove off the honest side of the
by FOX HOLLY ,street can payoff di-
Tycoon - Tycoon - what d
i,s a Tycoon?!1 My telephone ,vi ends as a ch lid up.
rang' three times (Ohio Central How careless can you J{et? '
Telephone Company please'
note) with requests for a
tion of this word, as ballots pour
in to elect Ty-
coon of 194,8. ' Tycoon,'" sa1d
Bob O' Regan comes from the
Chinese word 'Shogun' mean-
ing Chjeftain. In plain
Tycoon means :it citizen, male or
female, considered outstanding' Nex t tim \\ e re R' 0in.e: fo d
in his own field and in his COI11- , it with only n Otll.er-
munity, a leading- citizen in the ' wi ' e it was a pretfy ,e:ood' 111ke
best spirit of the word:" on F b. 29. Five scouts, Joe
So come on, Waynesville! J ,uiles and R nn ie Rush trudge I '
Cast your vote! A Twin Theatre off ft om the cilbin. They car- ,
ried onl y knives anp axe to be,
Ballot is in thiis issue of your used in preparinlT fU,elfor f1rac-
M'iami Gazette. . Contest rules 1'0 . Youth Fellowship 7 :30 Methodist Church
MONDAY, MARCH 8
County Farm Bureau Cooperative Association -annual
Lebanon H. S., 8 P. M.
are' in last week' s "Gazette. The iice fire building'. After wa
, to a' woods ahollt one and one-
meeting, winner will receive wonderful half- miles from town, the
prizes donated by Wa ynesvpI" couts located a g'ood ,J) ace and
merchants. . The WaynesvI!k were then g-iven 15 minutes to
Drug Store IS to the ltSl ' find fuel and lay a fire. Each
of donors published last week. scout then received two m'lt-
Boy Scout T'roop 40, at 7 :15 P. M.
Miami Chap'ter, Order of Eastern Star, 8 P. M.
'TUESDAY, MARCH 9
Easter Choir Methodist Church.
Happy Ciub, Home of Mrs. Braddock
Waynesville Lodge No. 163, F: & A. M., 7 ,P M.
No . ne was
Saturday is a natural for the WIth fIrst match" WIth tb
1 I f
' "I 'A b tt tl exceptIOn of th I aders. How-
w 10 e ami e er- lan av- ever on the s' cond, fires were
Miami Valley Co-Op Milk Producers Association, Dayton
more Hotel, ' 11 :15 A. M. , - ,
Silt- erage Westeln, large se n blazin,g-. Tiine passed
f1l1t?hed ' quicklY and at 4 :30 p" m . . the
!ts Cmcmnatl Run), Shl,rley fires I were carefulTy extinguish-
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10
Friendship Club in home of Mrs. M. D. Baird, 2 P. M.
femple h,er fI rst d d th ' d, t d'
adult role in "That Hagen Girl'" e an e s Oll s epar e .
(WB) Sunda'yc and ' Monday. Subjects studied at the reg-ul- , , THURSDAY, MARCH 11
According to trade dope, thIS er Monday night w r
picture was pointed at small taut line hit- ,
Lenten Service at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 8 P. M.
. "
greta
J '
ezlenJa,.
. METHODIST CHURtH
, II. 8; CO,,"EMA'N, Mlni,ter
Sunday' ' ? :30 a.m.
, J. J. Ilurske,. Supt.
WonhiP Service to :30 a.m.
Youth Fellowship ,
Thursday, 7:30pm.
-,' MT. HOLLY METHODIST
T. M. 8CARFF, Mlnilter
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
E. A. Earnhart, Sup.t.
Wotship Service to :3'0 a.nt.
Evening Service 'J:30 p.m.
ST. MARY'S
aAMUEL N. KEVS, Mltliiter
Church School 9 :30 a. m.
Nursery .. Scl)ool to :30. . a, m.
Prayer 10:30 a. m.
, - '
.
towns such as ours. "The , Un- ches, and semaph r cod
suspected,' (W13:) , Wednesday ,work.
and Thursday, is highbrow mur- _
The Sunday for cOvel' der-fare. Claude Rains is superb. Miss Anna E. Meredith of
eas Relief was O'ood' however. Recomme.nded S11 art s , are Cincinnati spent the w k end '
100' tcStunt Girl" and tfMade 111 U. with Mr. and Mrs. Walter
quite a number of our members h
were not present. Will you S. A. (both PAR.) W itaket and Mr. a'nd Mrs Ra
please bting or send your Sam Huffman, Twin Project- and dau,g-'hter. , ' . '
111.e: next Sun'day.- iOllist gives a further ' low-down
. Fellowship Group this week, Seems' the sprocket r '. H. Gordon
IS that Sunday even- holes (tiny holes that hold ,the --4I!I;_o ___ a __ "', __ __ u __ a __ a __ a __ a __ a
ing is , a successful meeting in place on; the t:>rojection
night. ' , < mac;hine) can or break
W h
f' t d your night out at the' movies.
e 'are avmg IRe at en Torn ,or damaged sprocket holes
unusually interesting cause 1iiJm to Jump, the track. . at the home of
Th h h
' t be Since all films are rented, Sam Jamea Harrington
W 0 ave no en -t- . spends a reasoflabl-e-a-metmt-1'lrt--.-----'---:---'
tending are requested to be pre- the pro,iec- ' North and W-ater Streets
sent next Sunday evening at itOntst before htllll was a food -
7 :30. " guy, careful in the use 0 tbe ' Conducted By
T-he Easter Choir is preparing prmt. Nine times out of 10 his Rev. H. Hornsby, of Halililton
the cantata" "The Resurrection prayers are answered. T,he tenth
Stone" by' Carrie B. Adams, to .they aren't I '
be given on Palm Sunday Even-
inK. Match
THE IS INVITED
"Some prints arrive with the .._a_a_a_a_a.
sound track scratched, too. Due _______
to the delic'ate aL'npliflers, every i , Get ' Your TR UCK and
ST. MARY'S LENTEN small scratch sounds to the aud- I B
SPEAKER IS NAMED ience' like a cat , _on the USIN ESS
, 'speaker Evensong fence at nig1)t: "The wQrst of it :. . ' 0 N '
next Thursday evemng, March . is," $am {'the films of
11, at ' 8 o'clock will be' Mr. aren't deljyered lby the truc1dng- 'STANFORD BOGEN"
' George of the Easte'rn, tc.ompanies very far a'head .. of Moh'Ow Ohio
Methodists' "N,oles
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, , PRAYER . ,
TUESDAY NIGtiT
THE MIAMI GAZETTE , PAGE Z
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO '. No. 4358
THURSDAY, MARCH 4,1948
. .
12th BIRTHDAY PARTY
HELD FOR TORE BALL
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Ball enter-
tained -on Saturday afternoon
their little- daughter,
Tobe, who was celebrating her '
twelth' birthday anniversary. -
Gam.e ,- with ,'prizes, and
very thing pertainin,l!' t a .birth-
day c.elebration w'ete enjOyed by '"
the little , ,
Those present were Donna '-
Carol Luttring-er, and Sally
and Mary Bard,Lever of Spring-
Judith Weir of Middle-
town, Winnie Jo. stout, Doris
Brown, Janet Keys, Marilyn
tal}sberry, 0 ann a Hadley,
Sandra Elma Jean Mc-
Clure, Mary Sue Croll.
Refreshinents with all ap-
pointme,nts in Easier Y -ellow,
were served by Mrs. Ball.
". '
A careful driv r want to know
when Burma, Shave is going ,
to put verses on both sides of
,its signs to he won't be tempted
to turn around and read the ones
facing- the other ' way, only to
find that he's seen them before.
.
Westheimer & Company
Memb r New York Stock
and other
register d Exchanges
lnvestment Trult Sharea
- Sold - Quoted
Phone Waynesville 2530
, Dayton AD3257
OPrOMETRIST
OFFICE HOUas:
TUeL 7 P. M. to 9 P. M.
, Wed. 8 A.' M. to 12 Noon
7 P. M. 9 P. M.
"'-ocated Across from Post
'. Office.
llrlCA E. U. B, CRURal
REV. WILLIAM 8HANNON
Sunday Sehool ' <) :30 a.m.
Sates Division' of the Ame,rican ' lme. '.1 '
Mill Company of .Mid- ATiENTION!
dletown. . week we reminded the children .
, MrS. James Garrison"Supt.
Preachipg. t st and-3 rd Sundays
each to :30 a.m.
'-
WA \"NESVlUE
CHURCH OF CHRIST
R. M. Johnston, MinUter
Bible School , ') :30 a.m.
Communion i 0 :30 a.m.,
Evening 7 :30 P. M.
-
FRIENDS
First' Day School 9 :30 a.m:
.I-1eeting for Worshi,p
_ ' t 0 :30 a.m.
CAESARS CREEK FRIENDS
REV. DAV'ID STANFIELD, Mini.te.r
Worship Service 9 :45 a m.
Sunday . 10:45 ' a: m.
-
ST. AUGUSTINE
Father Krumholtz, Prieat
Masses - 8 and 10 A. M:
- . '
FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST
-RALPH ,E. 8TIN80N, Mlnl.tel'
Itible $chool ' 9 :30 a.m.
MO,mJng Worship to:,O ,a.m.
Prayer Meetio( ' ,7 :00 p.m.
YOUDK People s ,
, 1:00 p.m.
EvenlnK Services 7 :30 p.m.
Mrs. D. C Ridge was a guest'
of retatives in Dayton several
days during the past week. \
Mr. Leightot:1' wiH speak on that . at the age of 1-2 or'. over
"Inter - Ohurch Copperation". buy adult
Everyone in the community is accprdmg OhiO, State. 'law.
welcome to ,hear , him. wee, heard , a _parent
urgmg hiS son to "Say ,
Mr. and Mrs" S. N. Hall en- unaer 1.1. Thet lI never 'know
'tertained during the ' past "week. the diff!rence:' You're 'right,
the SQuth Wayne Advisery Parent. They may not kriow the
Council at th.eir country home. difference in your case. But two
Followin,g the business session things could happen:, ': '
Mr. ,R. . E. - Asbury led the , FI RST: You could ,lose your
CUSStOn "1.nsuraI1ce the Let's 'face
Dunng the social, re- It. In' thiS present busmess slump
freshments were served by the operatio!l' of any business isn't
hostess to the members, and -easy. Fal,r play helps -.:.... morally
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence , ' and actu;lIly. Let's play fair.
Edwards. - You could lose
A modern and complete Funeral Home, for
comfort and con venience of our public .
, STUQBS Funeral Home
TELEPHONE-2281 WAYNESVILle' O.
SEED EASY
, SEEDER
,1.-24-Foot Broadcast.
2.-25-Quart Hopper
, '. Capacity'
I
. 3,.-,WilI ,Sow 1 t.6 Acres
an Hour '/tt 4 M. P. H.
4.-Qistributes 'evenly and'
, ' an accurate amount
per acre.
5.-Adjustable to a II
makes of tractors.
Rogers and SiIlpSOl , T ridor Sales
E. NORm -
PHONE23G
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'AGE 3 THE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4358
T H U R 8 DAY, MARCH 4, 1948
ANNUAL FARM
MEETING IN LEBA'NON-
TO BE NEXT MONDAY
The 14th Annual Meetin,g of
the Warren County Farm Bu-
re.au Cooperative Association
will be held in the Lebanon High
. Monday, March 8 at 8
p. m.
G. D .. formerly of
W.a,ynesville, now livin,lr in Wil-
mmgton, served many
as 4irector ,of organ-
IzatIOn, WIll retire. There will be '
two directors to elecL '
John Sims, who has been
elected to succeed M. D. Lin-
cloln ;is. executive secretary of
t le OhIo Farm Bureau will
speak on , "Objectives of' Agri-
cultural Cooperatives."
. A spec!alist ir:t soil fertility in
OW.A nght, SIms took a posi-
the Tennessee Corpor-
abon m of distributi n
From this company, he ente)' -d
Farm Bureau work and became
General Manager of the Ohi o
Farm. 1;3 11 rea u Coop
ASSociatIon, and now has heen
chosen to suce ed Mr. Line In .
. Jack's X. loph9ne Band of.
In\i., will furnish the
entertamment with specialties in
mUSIc and dances. I
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Wri.e:ht
and. daughters were Sunday
evenmg supper guests of Mr.
.. :1 nd Mrs. Stanley Bailey and
,;llIghter.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fr e
and sons, Mr. and Mrs. H. R.
Moss, Mrs. Cora Rich and Mrs
Reba Braddod( were Saturday
eyening dinner 'of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Rich.
EMERGENCY ORDINANCE
State Route No. 73. ' Ordinance No. 200. Date of Feb.
20, IUS.
An emergency ordinance enacted ,by the of wayne8v11le.
Warren County, Ohio, In the matter of the hereinafter described ini-
provement, Mle supervision of the 'Director of Highways.
SECTION I' (CONSE'MT)
. WlHEREAS, the Diredtor ' ot Highways i8 .considerIng the matter' of
the following improvement under his supervision of the publio hlghws,y ,
particularly as f91l0ws: '
Beginning at the intersection of U. S. 42 and State Route
73 In the Village of thence east ,over and a.long State Route
73 a diSit8lnce Qf 0.&1-9 inl1es for the purpose of with T-a'Z
8urf(LCe, and .
WBERl!)Al$, it 18 dedlared Ito be in the public -interest that the COIiI-
lIeot of the YUlage of Waynesville, Ohio tbe given for the above described
Improvement, under the supervision of the Director' at mghways in a<::-
cOI'dance with plans, specifications, and, as prepared by said
Director,
NOW TH.EJREFORE, such cons I1t be .and Is hereby given, for the
construction of the above d 'scl"ibed Improvement.
SECTION II (COOPERAT ION.) .
BE IT RESOLVED, that the CouMil of the Village of Waynesvillo, '
Ohio, does hereby propose to cooperate with the State or O,blo, In the cost
. of the abo"e described Iby assuming and contribultin:g-
Dollars incl",slve of the cost of engine ring, COll-
tingencies and other expenses.
SECTION III (AUTHORITY TO SIGN)
(BE IT that the Mayor of the Village of W1aynesvtuEl,
, Ohio, be and he Is authodzed ,to entel' into agl ements for the main-
, lena nee Il nd parking for F.edetal PI'Ojects, pat'king l'eg,ulations for State
pr jects a nd special contrac tual obllgations.
. SECTION III (b) (PARKI NG REG'ULATIONS)
!BE liT ORDAINED by the Council of the Vl1llilge, of Wlayn6svIHe,
that upon, completion of said ImpJ:ov-ement by the Dlrec'tor of High\ aYl5
It' Is . hereby understood and agreed that said VILlage of Waynesvile OhiO'
will therea:ftel'. ., , . " ,
. (a) Keep said ,highway. open to ' ,at all .times, and '
(b) ' Regulate
SECTION I V. (CERT IIFICAT,ION OF AVAILABI.l..IT Y OF IRIGHT OIF
WAY, UTI LITY REARRA'NGEMENT' AND SAVING -r,H E STATE OF
. OHIO HARMLESS' OF IbAMAGE8.)
\
BE; IT RESOLVED, by the Counoll ot Vihlage of Waynesvnte, Ohi(),
that:
. (a)' The right of way tor the construction of the aforesaid im-
pl'ovement Is hery certified as being ava,l1able therefor. '
(b) Arrangenients have been made with agreenuint 8 obtained trom
all pubUc utmty c(\Jllpanies whose i1nee or' etructurea wl11 be affect ..
"
ed by the said companies have agreed to .make any and all necessary
plant removals or rearrangement In su<:h a ma'nner as to be clear
Qt any construction called for by the plans of said improvement and
said have agreed to make such necessary reah:all,gements
Immediately atter notification by the village or the c!epar:i.ment and
the agrees that the said departm..-en, of. -hIghways of, the sta.te
of Ohio, shall be and Is hereby saved harJ:llless from any, and all
damages or claims thereof ariSing ,from or growing out of the re-
arrangement of said utility company ltn.es or structures.
( 0) It is hereby 'agreed tha.t the village shall, at Its own expense, make
all 6f water mains, eervice lines, tire hydrante, valve
boxy, sanitary sewers or other municipally owned utlll-ties a.nd/or
any appurtena ces thereto, as may be n-ecessary ' to contorm to the
said Improvement and said rearrangements shall be done a.t such
Ume as requested by tl,le Department of H'ighways Engineer in sucb
a manner as nQt to interfere unduly with ' the operation of the con-
tractor constructing the improvement. ,
Th8lt this ordlna,n<:e shall take e ffect and b In ' force fl'om a nd after . . , ,
the el\l:liest perlod allowed by law.
Passed: FeJlu' uary 20, 1948.
Mtest: Charles James . .
clerk
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President ,of Council
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IWJ.., LEBANON
,. ' AMERICAN LEGION IWL, FRANKLIN . '.
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. . . AMERICAN HAI;J., MAloN
- - VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS HALL,
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, BE ,SURE TO BRING DISCHARGE P.vERs
DR. H. M. WIWAMS, SERVICE OFFICER, SOLDIER, AND SAILOR RELlEFCOMMl'ITEE'
PARADE OF FASHIONS
FOR 95 YEARS SHOWN
, In celebration of their 95th
Annivers'ary, Ri'ke's in I?ayton
are unveiling in their w:mdow'
a very, un,usual story of, "Fash-
ion Through 95 Years. ,
The large corner window at
Second and Main Streets shows
a replica of Ri.ke's fir.st
which was domg busmess In
1853. Men, women and children '
in authentic costumes of. the per-
iod are shown "Shopping at
Rikes'. .
Another windm shows men,
women and children promenaq-
ing in Easter Fashions of 1873.
jn the window of 1893the
dirt walks change to the boar9 '
walks used in that period, and
the family promenades with the
. baby' carriage on their , way to
churcn. ,
In the window of 1913 the
, idewalks become brick walks,
and teena ers w ar fashiorrs of
the period in a park scene.
In th 1/:)23 window the
walks become ,c ment, and the
models w ar tli " flapper 1 fa -
hions of the perioO.
. The ' next han e in fashion
in ' t <)3 . and ou wilt be I
. ,
ARTHUR HELSI'NGER
' SHOE REPAIR
11 Mechanic St.
LEBANON, OHIO
WHEEL. GOODS
SPORTtNG GOODS '
MOTORBICYCL'ES "
ROCERS A SIMPSON
TRACI'OR SALES
PIaoDe 1341
WAYNESVIiLE. ,OHlQ
/
tHE MIAMI GAZETTE ' PAGE 4
that this percentag-e was well a- , WAYNE,8VILLE, OHIO No.
bove the average. 1: H U R a .DAY. MARCH 4, 1945
that you wore fashions ,ROAD SURFACING
like these so recently. Even the PUSHED IN COUNTY
fashions shown in the windows J. Arthur (joldS4:hmidt, Divi- MAllRIAGE LICENSES JJ. /, .
of 1943 look strange when we s,ion OePuty' Direj;rtoL of Divi- James R. Vale, 22; Morrow, em- '. /
compare them with the "New sion No.8, Ohio Department of apprentice, Betty Knapp, al'lle'ld ural
Look
" in Baster Fashions for H' h has anounced that 1 t - (I
ways, ' 18 Morrow, typ s . ' , .
Spring. 1948. the plans for the '1948 ' Surface Robert 27, South 'Leb- Mrs Emerson Frazier of Ger-
The window on Second Treatin'g program for Warren anon, restaurant owner, . Vi:
1a
. manto\vn was the Sunday
Street show interiors of the Gay County have be n completed Doughman, 1S. South LebanoD
i
ey of her son-in-law, Mr.. Carl
Nineties .... 'a room, a and that the various projects punch operator. on Shidaker and her grandchildren,
bedroom and a dining- room with will be offered for sale sometime Corless Blevins. 24. Lehan , Mr. and Mrs. Auzwood MartlO.
authentic furnishings. The in the fl,lture., . factory ,\vorker, Jean Elinor Kins- Mr. and Mrs. James park and
que costumes in these windows In considering Ithe hvo year worthy, 20, Lebanon. , 34 ' daughter of Mt. Auburn were
are authentic museum pieces, period, 1947-1948, this means B-arold Hamilton Parker" , weekend guests of Mrs. Park s
assembled 'with great care, that by the end of the year the Dayton, machinist, Frances Jean par.ents, Mr. and Mrs. ' H .. S.
Rike's 95th anniversary sale HiKhway \vil.1 have Brandenburg. 27. Lebanon. factory Tucker ' and daughter, MISS
will ' be held from March 2 completed the' re-surfacmg of worker. ' 'r in EvalYll Tucker.
throu,g-h March 6 ... and these 41.00 miles or 24.43 % of the Charles Lamb. 19, FJfnk ln, IS- Mr and Mrs Ben Beckett
historical windows will remain State.. H ig-hways in Warren', spector, Enna Jean usser, , had as their ' for , a few
mi da ys til i week Mrs. Beckett'
- , sister, Mrs. Mi,mie Peterson ,pf
Cincinnati. '
,
, ,
14th Annual Meeting
WARREN COUN-TY FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
'LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL
MONDAY - MARCH 8th'- 8 P. M.
PROGRAM
Reports - Election - Address by J ohn Sims, Ex utive Ohio Farm
Bureau Cooperative Association, ..,
Jack's Xylophone Band will you with music and d'l11 'C nLlmb I".
. . ..
All mem,bers, their anq friends are invii- ct!
Mr. and Mrs. Herbelt
had qS their g'ue'ts Sunday theIr
sons and fali1ili es Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Doster an j daughter of
Spring-field and Mr. and Mrs.
J am s Do t r of Dayton.
Mr .. George Waterhouse and
Mr , L. D. WOOlly of Waynes,.
ville were uriday afternoon
guests of 'Mrs. L.ouise and
daug-hter, Mi's Jane Fite.
Mrs.' Ethel Smith has returned
to the villa,g-e after a vi it at the
home of h r on and r
in-law, Mr. and Mr. . Edwin
mith of ehanon.
Chur'l1 night wa. ob erv d
la t Thur cla "at toe
Gran.e:e HaiL ver d ii h
cUnner \Va hId.
Mr: Clermen1 "Bra 1/ Foley
a form r re ident f the villa,\!' \
now of Columl 1I, ustained ;l
br ken I g ,recently in a 0 vl-
ing alley accident. ' ,
Mr. and Mr . Paul I aacs and
famil y have moved to the vill-
age f rom Farmersvill . into the
. property they purchased from .1
Mr; , and Mrs. W. T. Green at ,
the, top ' f the '( '1 Hilt ' .
"
Mt. and Mrs. W. P. McCarren
who have been vacatlohinK in '
Cuba returned to their home
here aturday. Mr. nd
. '''THE FABuLOUS :tExAN, "
(J.ust Played Cincinnati : ' "
SUNDAY MATINEE
P. M. . '
NO TUEsDAY
Charles Lapp of near Wash-
ington Court House accompan. ,
ied them on their trip. '
The Council met , at,
the home of Frank... Swartzel
near Fricta,y evening. .
. Mrs. James ThOrnberry
dinner Sunday in complimeht
to her 'husband whd celebrated
his birthday anniversary Feb.
29th.,. , '
, ' Several friends 'made a sur.
prise vis.it ,to' the , home of Mrs.
A. , S. Friday evening' to
help her celebrate iter birthday.
Her R'uests were Mrs. Clyde
rs. '. Laura, . Sl)idaker,
Mrs. 'SadIe Reason, ,Mrs. Osee
Harlan, Mrs.-,Lisa Curl, and Mrs. .
. . H. S. The ladies
'ed seve'tal rQunds of cards. ' , .
, .. ' ,M,rs. ': Truman ,Easter a for- . .",
mer residel1.t of t,his '. cO,mm'4
rilt
y .
away ,at 'her 'home near "
She was '
1he mother of Mr. Charles "eas. '.
Jer who the " Collett "
, ,farm \ "Ho'le: in the ' Woods ,H " . ,
\ , . south ,ea,&t :01 the viP age. .. , ,
. , - '. " . Mrs. who
',' "} ' bee!l. ,m . Waynes,vllle
' I ' . durmg the , winteJ1 months ' re-
' , , tar he'.r home in the vii.
for a few days. ' ,
, Mrs. Lizzie had as din.
, Sl;mday. 'Mrs. Laura
, and .. Mrs .. 'Sadie , Rea-
son '" " ','
4. ,,g'foup: ,of 'Iaciie's ' assembled
at the 'hCltt1e ,qf Mrs. Clyde It.e.,', '
V!cy, Wed,nesd.ay eyenin,g' ,in
hOllor of ber blrthda:y lannlver";,
,sary . Those, present, w:ere, Mrs.
A. S. Collett, Mrs. Osie Harlan'
and Laura Shidaker.
' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beckett and
Miss :Joan Beckett en ..
. tertamed on Sunday Mr. and
, Mrs. Glen Cook and ,/amily Mr .
and ',Mrs. anci
famIly and Mr. and Mrs. John
Becket! Sr., and son all of
Frankhn, and Mr. and Mrs. John
;tnd Mr. 'Robert Glenn
of Cmcinnati.
.
- Wm.-11IURs. ''11IE UNSUSPEcrED"-'J ... Caulfield, CIaacIe R ...

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'PAGE 5 THE MIAMI GAZETTE
OHIO No. 4358
T 'H U R 8 ,D V, MARC'H 4, 1948
REGI$TERED BUlk SOLD
N. E. Cullom ot Waynesville
recently: the register-
ed Brown Swiss bull Victor Boy
of Salem No. 87494 from Ellis
Mc(:!ure of Ohio ac-
cording to 'a report from Fred
S. Idtse, secretarY of the Brown
Swiss Cattle Breeders' Associa-
,tion, Bel.oit, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sawyer
Ml1. and Mrs. Orville Gray and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Osborn
were Sunday dinner of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ChItwood in
, Dayton. .
Mrs. L. C. St. john spent sev-
eral days during' the past week
at the r.ome of Mr. and Mrs.
John . ettiemyre near Lebanon
caring: for her grandehildren
while Mr. and Mrs. Settlemyre
were in Columbus the
"Corn School".
Mr. and Mrs. -A. ' H. tubbs
had as Sunday guests, Mr; and
Mrs. Robert Root of .Dayt n.
Mrs. Robert Baker Jr., under-
, went a major 0t>eration at St.
EUzabeth's HospItal on Tuesday ,
and her puny friends
, for her speedy
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Con-
Ret were Thursday evening din-
ner Kue'sts of Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Benton and son in Fair-
field:
I Dtiver's licenses expire on
September 30 each year but it
is surprising the , number of'
motorists that have-not renewed
their licenses," Mr . . Fogo said.
"Many are under the impression
that fhey have until April 1 to
obtain their new per-
mlts,' he said. .
Motorists are to act im-
an'd prevent conges-
tion the sale of. license
p.ates. . .
Holiday feasts at
in", an'd Christmas take 95 per ,
cent of the annual U. S. turkey
crop.
J ,
HOURS:
9-12 each '-morning
1-5 afternoons except
Wednesday. '
7 -9 SatureJay evening
Other e:venings by
Appointment
TELEPHe>NE 62-R
Dr... C. E. WiIkiD
Optometric, Eye Specialist
26 South Strf!et
XENIA, OHIO
EGGS! 'I !
Rai e Dunham White Rocks-.they have. been bred 14
years to give you" mO.re production.
JOIN- THE GROWING LIST OF PRIZE. ' DONORS
IN niE TWIN THEATRE TYCOON CQNTES:r
. I
DEP'T,STORE ' I, SMITH'S RESTAURANT. '
& R. CLEANERS" GRA BMUIER SHqP,
, LACY'S QUALITY MEA1'S TEXACO STATION.
" .
VOTERS: Clip Your BaUots'from the,Miami al1.d
... by 9 P. M. t 5.
",
r . t :t _ ,"
OHIO BONUS WIu..-aE AyAILABLE TO YOU
AT IN WAYNESVILLE ,ON SUNDAX
. ,. . .....
, . , . (;1
.... ., ",' .' ,
MARCH 7th FROM 1 :30' P. M. T9 5:30 M.
FORMS COMPLETED FOR YOU AT THAT
TIME

BRING YOUR ORIGINAL
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. WAYNE twP. VETERANS
PQST No. 81.
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______________________ __________________
Sx:IO Portrait: 80c
. HAVE YOURS OR YOUR CHILD'S TAKEN
by REMBRANDT of Springfield, Ollio.
i
TUESDAY, MARCH 9, from 12 noon to 7 P. M.

in Rustic Room of SMITH'S RECREArION-:-EAT
Go to Smith's TODAY for Your Coupon ! ! !
FARM LOANS
-- PUT TIME ON YOUR SIDE WITH
Federal Land Bank '
Low COlt - Long Term', LOANS
FOR FUTURE SECURITY.DEPENDABILITY
, SFF-CAI,J , WRITE
Lebanon National Farm" to.an" Ohio
ELLIS H. STURM,
SEC'Y TREAS. ,
"-
RADIOS & ELECTRICAL
. .
Appliance
GOODRICH TIRES AND ACCESS9RIES
REPAIR WORK
SPORTING GOODS
KITCHEN WARE
We ,also Have a 'complet
and' see us for ' a price.
. . ,
Eleeffie-line (7f---tigh-t- B ll] b
Champion Outboard Motors
South M.in Street
Twin Theatre
I n om'i nate .......................... ; ...
. A well-cleaned suit should meaJ1
two thingS-:-Iooks a.rid comfort.
We . guarantee both with our
knowledge of fine cleaning' .and
the kind O'ti t>ressing that .lasts
. longer, ' whether your work is
strenuous or not! .
, (name)
............ .. ..............
for ,Waynesville" Tycoon of
1948 '
,
, ,
.........
..... , ...... .............. .. . . . . ........ .......... .
(Your address)
Open to all except employee
. of TWin Theat,e. ..
(AU Ballots Become ' ttle pr0-
perty of Twin Theatre.)
,Ballots D11:Jst be deposited at
Twin Theatre when
either adult or child's tickets by
. .
'. 9 P . . M. t 5. .
t
GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP Mr. and ,Mrs. Richard Ander-
TES
' T .SHOWS FRANKLIN son and children of Xenia, 'and
, Mr. and Mrs. Earl , McCoy and
SENIORS ARE SMARTEST family of Wilmington were Sun-
'- --..i1tudents from Franklin High day afternoon guests of Mr. and
School took seven of the top Mrs. Lawrence Cook and sons.
10 ratings; and"two of the four Mol and Mrs. Leo Conner and
honorable menti,ons, in the I
General Scholarship Test for daughters were Saturday even-
School Senio{s, accordlOg ing dinner guests of Mr. and
to results announce"d tQday b Mrs. Bernard Me110h and son
Raymon ,F. Hatfield, county near Lebanon.
superintendent of scnools. ' ,
The test was given at Frank- Mrs. E. F. Barnhart had as
lin on Feb. 6 and at Lebanon on her guest, during the past
'Feb. 7 for students of Lebanon /' Miss Elsa of Cmcm-
and the county ,system. William nati.
C. Coriboy of Franklin"held to
ranki,ng with a score of 240 in
the test. Mary Jane Vandervort
of Franklin was second with
219, ' Howard A. Knuts'on of
,Franklin third with 206" and
PhiHp Lee, Class 'of , Lebanon
fourth \vith 205. "
. A different committee COI1-
ducted the test in Franklin. .
No one from WaynesviJIe
was listed the 14 leaders
, \\ ho scored over 167. The top
ratlOg' the county chool s s-
tem (outside lebanon and
Fr,anklin) was attained by Al-
bert Willit\m Kolb of
boro with a score of 188.. David
Lee Chapman of Morrow scor-
ed 183, and James Arthur
Bustle of Mason 'attained an
honorable mention with 176.
' Mrs Frank Thomas has been
quite iiI' and to: her bed
at her home on' MIamI Street.
She was removed Monday to St.
' Elizabeth's, Hospltal in pay-
ton.
Mrs. Audrey Burton ', and
Mary Ann, Mrs. Ann Atkerson,
Mrs. Grace Schuler, Mrs.
gie Thompson, Mrs. Harnet
and rs.
, g-er spent 1ast Monday' m Cm-
cinnati and a'ttended Ruth
. Lyon's Program, then had din:
n' r at the Netherland Plaza.
Mrs. Goidie 'of . Os-
born; Ohio, -several days
1a f week WIth Mr. and Mrs.
Delbert, Conger.
NOTICE TO
STATE OF OHIO
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
Col'umbu8, Ohio, February 21, 19(8
Ellglneer of Sales Legal COpy 'No. 48-62
, UN,IT IPRICE CONTRACT ,
Sealed ' proi>osals will Ibe received at thll office or tlle State High-
Director of Ohio, at Columlhua, Ohio, untl'l 10:00 A. M., Ohio
Time, Tuesday, lMarch 16, 1948, for improvements in: '
ProposQ,ls Nos. 1 to 3 inclusive are offered as onll proJect and w'i1l
be awarded aIS one eontrac,t.
. ' PROPOSAL 'NO. 1
Greene Ooun.ty, Ohio, on part of Section 6.37, State Route No. 36,
In Beaver Creek TQwnshlp; by :cleaning and painting Bridge No. 'OR-a6':
67 A. over tile Lit-tIe Rivel" (Span 159 feet , and inches, Roadway
15 feet and 8 Inches).
PROPO&AL NO.2
'Wat'lren County, OhIo, on part . of 8;45, State Routte 48,
In the City of by cleaning and' paInting: Bridge No. WIA-
:fR-87 over the Little Miami , River (Span 26()' feet a.nc! 2 inches, Road-
way 14 feet and 8 Inches).
NO.3
Hamilton County, Ohio, on part of Section 8.0'4, State Route No.
q.f. In Anderson Township. ' by cleaning and pail'lltlng Bridge . No.: HA-
'14-88 over the Little Miami River (Spans: two at 2U feet and 0 Inches,
Roadway 26 feet and 10 Inches)'. ,
Total estimated ' -CO$t ................ ... . . . . . $14, '700.00.
. lToJ)08alll Nos 1 ,to a Inclusive of, this project to be completed not
la.lerthan Augu.,v 2t 1948.
The minimum wage to be paid ,to all :labor employed on this con-
uaet be, In ,accordance with the ".schedule' ,o( 'Prevatllng Hourly
Wap Rates 'AecertalnecI and Determined by The Department of 1DcIU8-
.. : RelaU'Ons applicable 'State HIghway Improvements
in accordapce' with Sections -17-8, 17-4, 17-4a, 1'7-6 17-'680 of ' the
'GetneraT or. O'h,lo." '.
The bidder must su/brrilt with hie bid a cel"l1Uled 'In an am61mt
eQu;"l ,to Per' cent of the , estimated cost, bur in no more thap
ten 'thousand dollars. , '
Plans alid speclftcatlol18 are on fUe hi ,the depaJlitment of hlghwa},s
and the office of. the r'E!sldent dlstrlGt deputY director.
The directoT reserves ' the right to reject anY.' and all bids.
EARL, I." REEB
TIRES'
R. H. KIER, Proprietor.
Ph .. 1341
, Grade Notes
(By Mias Bardin)'
Sharon Stanley enrolled in
the First Grade this week.
parents have an apartment III
the house on Fifth and Tyler
recently iSol<;1 'by Stanley 'Bailey.
, Mrs Ralph' Hastings; Mrs.
Walter Sileehan and Mrs. Wini-
fred Hartsock visited Miss Laura
McKinsey who is convalescing at
the home of her sister near
Ridgeville. More than 390 ,greet-
in,g cards already received, to-
gether with flowers. and other
messages of cheer, ,bespeak th
esteem in which she is held by
her many friends, and present
and former ' jUPilS.
A study 0 Holland is in pro-
gress in ' Mrs. Ha tings First '
Grade a'nd' ,the room is gay with
tulips, ' windmills" and Dutch
boys and girls. This project, to-
R'ether with the Easter ' tory. is,
holding the interest of the child-
ern as materials from. these sub-
jects are correlaiell with Art
Music, Spellif,lg, and the .Story
Hour.
Jerry Tamp'lin, of the seconll
grade, withdrew f rom school to
R'O with his family to Arizona.
Edgar Roa.ch, of the second
grade, has moved Spritlg V,al-
ley. '
Carolyn CuJIom is l eaving
this week for Lakeforth, FIor:.
ida. t f
Miss Day has been ou 0
' -ichool several days due to a
bad cold.
Mr and Mrs. Walter Frasure,.
former local residents; I)ow ot
near Wilmington entertamed on
Sunday the birthday
anniversaries- of their two sons
Jerry and I Jimmy, with Linda
Lee, Sue Ann and Homer Ram-
by as , guests.
..
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE.
OHIO I No. 4358
T H U R SID A Y, MARCH 4, 1948
I
Mrs. Marie Riffle entertained
last Tuesday afternoon with the
Argunot Bridge Club , members
as her Two tables were
in play during the afternQon)
with Mrs. J. B. Chapman, Mrs.
H. l... Rye and Mrs.
Thompson winning the pnzes.
Refreshments 'were served fol-
lowing the games.
AMBULANCf
PHONE
YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE,
FAMILIAR with prices and mat-
erials in 'order to get fu)) value
at our funeral home.
2111

Whether a family Gom s wit,h
unlimited means or. a most mea-
ger amount, they alone decide
the cost. To each .. we offer the
, same co-opert\tion and the same
quality of service:
McCLURE
, FUN ERA l H 0' M E/
t
WAy N E $ V.11l L E, ' 0 H 10,
Earl, Chicks wm Be Profitable
.;' "
CHECK THESE FIVE ,SIMPLE REASONS ' .
1. 4948 red., meat supp,lie$ wiJJ be lower than
' 1947. ,'.
I
'2. There were fewer layers on farm Jan. , 1,
f 948 than at any time since 1941.
}. eO,ntillues heavier tha
norma[ ,
4. Baby chicks started during' Jan. and Feb.
will be far normal.
5. Feed prices have dropped from $5. to $20
per ton. ' ,' '
Be ready for these high-priced fall eggs-Have
early fryers when are sca,rce-
Start your ChiCKS e'arly. , '
DUNHAM,WHITE ROCKS HAVE
BRED 14 YEARS FOR TOP.'
PROFITS FRO", B01lI
MEAT AND 'EGGS.
Just as in buyil)g se.ed to plant. you must pick
the best producmg stock. I 'you can, you should
, ,JUo'.Braad Pow-Catrale buy from the breeder: '
helpe gi ...... Qlra _.
tiGl YitQIDiu au lIala.caJe 10 ., In buying White you get
protectl ,oUr c .... 'G!lGiul the direct , of our trapnet-pedigree
.. taIlUJD;ai ral daficteDC,. . breeding , p. rogtam for high Uvability, rap' id g'row-
Ch1cbl "va _cia Cl _rt de- th d h h
' .. lop IDor.IOU.eIl, . , . mCl.. ', ' an Ig er egg' production .
..... i " 'I' ,
ror Cl perfect Eve!y' -!>.YNHAM White ROck chick is sire'd by
Idaotlce IoCla.. ' u1 an wlnJrbanded U, S.R. O. P.
,.;ar, order yow cCk,.. , male7-defm1t.e , 2QO lo 3 1,5 egg breeding. The
frOal WI 0 .... ,.. Cl 3-dCly breedmg behlOd our chicks enables tliem to
"Clrt of Poul I ,produce at a more profitable rate than
_ , ordinary hatchery chicks. Consider what 5 to
20 extra eggs per layer would mean to your profits., You can afford 'to pay
severallcents per chick tQ get this extra eggs per bird I
would you COULD 'pay t 0-15 .cents' m,ore 'per , " .
I:lunbam White 'Rock a're Ohio-U. S. Certified and Pullorurn Passed.
, ,
, .
OR,DER THEM TODAY. BY CALLING AT
R, 2 WAYNESVILLE
PHONE 2918
\ '
.
"ham 'White ,Rock Fann
WAYNESVltlE, OHIO
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PAGE 7 T,HE MIAMI GAZETTt
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO- No. 435R
T H U R S G,A Y, MARCH 4, 1948
t
Mr. Newton Dearth and Miss
Ina Dearth of Franklin visited
Dr. and Mrs. F. Gregg on
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Harold Thackera and
wife of near Centerville called
9n. Mr. Thackeras' aunt, Mrs.
Allee. Ctark on Saturday after-
noon.
Mrs. Woodrow Owens and
children Winnie Jo and Stevie
of spent Sunday
with Mrs. Owen's mother, Mrs.
Lucile Armitage.
, Mrs. Evalyn Peterson sp.ent
, the week-end with .Mr. and Mrs.
Esper MacMillan of OJllDe,lc
ville. "
Mrs. Mary Johnston and son,
Mr. Terry Johnston of Cincin-
nati, called on friends here , Sun-
day afternoon. Mrs. Johnston
was Miss Lula Terry, an old
resident of Waynesville. '
,M.iss Ruth Chandler, Dr. Em.:
Ina Holloway, Mrs. Ella Dakin
' and Mrs. Olive Curl attendea
, the funeral of Mrs. Georgianna
Ivins on Thursday afternoon at
the Oswald Funeral Home in
Lebanon. ,
, Miss Ruth Chandler and Dr. '
Emma Holloway spent Friday
in -Dayton.
, Dr. and Mrs. Gale Russum
and tittle R'randchildren and Mrs.
Iva Lou Hill of Dayton called
ort their aunt Miss Margaret
Edwards on Wednesday after-
, noon. '
Mr. and Mrs. , Ken net h
Thomas with their daughter and
son-in-law of near lebanon cal-
led on Misses ,Annie an,d Marne
Bmwn Sunda aHernoon.
(OOnUnuecl froID PIle 1)
kin made 16 poi,nts to make up.
Vickers came back (or the
Springboro game and showed
some nice ball handling. The
scoring iq tliat game ,was even':
Jy (I1VJded with Thompson-7,
florence and Vickers-6, Dakin
and Hunter-5, and Smallwood-
3. .
The box scores of all three
games: .
Waynesville
Thompson
Dakin
Florence
Hunter

Simpson
Tinney
Lukens
Morrow
Schucbter
L.ewis
Bennett

Allis n , .
Waynesville
Thompson
Dakin
Florence
Hunter
fa ft Pta.
328
7 2 16
3 2 ' 8,
102
113
2 ' 0 4
1 0 2,
011
i8 8 44
fa ft . oPts.
4 '0 8
317
135
10 2
011
9 5 21
fa ft Pta.
3 1 7
2 1 5
1 '4 6
2 1 5
2 2 6
NEW SUITS
\ , Erdean Hania VI. Clarence
Hanls, divorce, cruelty, 1.
T. Riley. --
Earl Bahr V8. Helenand lIa,rley
Brunk, to set aside deed, restore I
title and other relief, Cross, Scher.
er and Haie.
Grant Black 'VS. Geneva Black,
divorce, grOS8 neglect, J. T. Riley.
Harry Beachler vs. Ti'essie .
Beachler, minor, divorce, gross
neglect of duty, Young and Young.
,In the matter of Walter Hitle,
Amold Matthews, J. T. ROBS, Joe
CoMey I and' Raymond Mikesell as
Trustees of The Church of God,
authority to sell real estate, Young
and Young.
Ernest Zimmer vs. Dr. Nonnan
Smith, for money only amount
claimed $2500 and costs, Sao1o'rd
Headley . .
, Abila Carrier , vs. Ray Carrier
and The Waynesville ' National
Bank, . alimony, gross neglect,
Maple and Maple.
INCOME TAX
SERVICE
Call
C. E. MICHENER
Phone 2926
. Ella Calion VI. Onion,
divorce, extreme cruelty, 1. T.
Riley.
McCoy va. Roy lames
McCoy, , diyoree crOIS neglect of
duty, H. O. Finkelman. ,
SACCO
FERTILIZER

YOUR ORDER NOW' '.
TO BE" SURE' OF FILLING YOUR NEEDS.
, .
FERTILIZER IS AGAIN ON ALLOCATION LIST '
WE DELIVER
Fairley Hardware
Stores
6 - BIG STORES - 6 ,
...
OHIO
, '
Mr. and Mrs. C. ' Lee Hawke
and Mr. and Don Hawke
have return'ed from a vacation
in Palm Beaco, Florida. '
Vickers
.Smallwood
.
1 1
3 . I
S ringboro

Hause
Robinson
Webster
Hough
Marstall
Waynesville
Thompson
Dakin'
Vickers
Florence
SmaItwood

Carlisle
Longm,an,
Fogle
Beachler
McQueen
,Smallwood .
H
l1,ip32
. tg . Pta.
1 0 2
' 2 0 4
2 1 5
1 '0
' 2 .
2 2
()
4 2 10
' ---
"2 ' 5 29
-, fg ft Pta.
3 2 ' 8
3 6 12
5 2 12
226
1 1 3
102
15 13 43
fa ft Pta.
1 1 3 '
3 ' 4 10
2 1 .. 5
4 3 11
215
o ,2 , 2 ,
'---
12 ' 11 ... 35
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AUCTIONEERING
,STANLEY .-act KOOauR
, BROKERS
For ,Dat-e, lithon. 1814. WaynHv.iII
Ohio. R.ve ..... Cha...... '
[ I.-
, Elswortp Winks (ttt) 34 , ..
'. ,a
, .
, BUII.DIt.t'S CHATTELS, . AUTOMOBIlES liABILITY.
".-WAY INSURANCE';-'
in the Ohio Fumen will p.e JOU brQad against Jones
OIl JOur fum. It coven )'Our builc:liDp, your cbaUell, JOUr automobile
IDCI J'OUf 1IablIJ1J for uddeall omen. Why Dot .1ee IU coda,?
yo. .... ale wbea' , J'OU'" iaawecI ' ''' .... 0bJ0 Faaaen,
lad D. Daiio t.ruCe AgeDCJ
PhOD. 113, 20 'II. Mulberry. LEBANON, o.
OHIO " 111 ........... AIIf
UI.IIIMtJ ' &
... _MIII .... gli -
,.
'TUES'PAY, MARU'H 2ndthrn 6'th
'FlfE'REAT OF ' SAVINGS!
II I It I hi,.; I I I It 0' I P \ ,\ .. \ \ I 0 ... ,. .. II I 0
,i
OLASSIFIED AD RATES
10 PER' MINIMUM ,25c
,
REAL ESTATE
DON';]' FORGET TO CALL
us for Insurance. Ail types of
at a savings. Gall
Francis G.ene Brown, phone
Waynesville , 2935 or call
, ,collect. Wilmington 211 t.
E.tate For 5.1_
IF' YOU HAVE A PROPBRTY OR
PAlU.:f TO SELL oa11 or Wrlte
Don Henderson. Tel. KE3446, .7
Lorain Dayton. Ohlo. tfc
ROOM W ANTED-
Furni hed room wanted with
modern conv niences. Phone
2662. Carl W. Lacy.
ELECTRIC RANGE-
ELECTRIC RANGE for sale. In
g-ood shape, used every
jay. J,.:ee Lemmon, R,Oute, 2.
MACHINERY FOR SALE-
J obn Deere rubber tired wa,gon,
KilJifer sub soil ' plow; John
Deere 5 foot tandem disk;
Jonn Deere No.. 4 mower
with horse or tractor hitch;
John Deere 1 O-inch, hammer
mill; John Deere Model CC'
Field Cultivator; John Deere
.manure loader. .
( BANTA
.' Lebanon Phone 555.
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Letz No. 240 Roughage mill,
used 'one year, complete with
. and' pi}?e.
machme WIll fill sllo,
, chop - 'and stor.e I hay, grind
and mix feed and separate .
small grains and corn: Fully
. Acetylene and Arc WELDING.
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 8
OHIO " No. 4358
.,. H R 8DAY, MARCH 4, 1948
Portable equipment. Bill Lee
near Wayne Phone
2451, ' -318
ing experiment that they are try-
under Mr. Wilson's direction
is a hedie of multiflora, roses a,-
tong one of the ,lme
where the ground IS so rough Mrs. Stanley Bailey, Mrs. D.
that it is diffie.tilt to C. Ridge, Mrs. R. ,H.
# say they will soon thick Mrs. Marvin Smith, Mrs. Bertie
-- enough to turn arty kmd Qf , Mills, Mrs. J.ohn Mrs.
!
,
PAPER HANGING-
Call at Alva Allen's in Corwin. '
J. H.,Rainey.
-3tS

JUST ARRIVED
DE KALB
February 27, t948. Rain to- stock, even hogs. If they are . William Strouse 'Mr Mrs
day, ,but yesterday was one' of the same little while roses that. John J. Burske 'and Mrs. E. F'
"those days that make you feel I have, they would that very' Earnhart attended the
that Summer is right here, or easily. also p,rovlde for ion of Daylight Chapter, 0., E
at least just afOlund ,the Gorner, quantities. of bards. 1 thmk. I S., at the Masonic Temple in
and that this is spring. Sugar shall try It on a few places In 'on Tuesday after-
time is her.e bUlt this isn't very my 'fence. noon.
HYBRID SEED CORN
Assure yourself of quality seed,
hig-h g-ermination;, and top
weather for it. I hear that I ', Unti1 it to rain, Buck ---------
they; are eight dollars a here startmg to pru,rte my , Mr. and Mrs', E. F .. Earnhart
gallon for .syrup. I like a lot apple trees .. They have guests of fhei,r
but that is beyond me, so I shall a good .prunmg for a long ttme. child en Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ro.
to gQ ,on using Maylene If they were spr.ayed we bins,on of DtlYton and of' Mr
unless we tap our trees an? might . get a good: and Mrs. Charles B. 'Earnhart hi
,yields, by your seed
today. Available now in MP
and LF ,g-rades. Phone or
or see Leslie Rothman,
R. 2 your DeKalb Deater
Phone Lebanon 610-R.
a little of, our own. ,But It ' So few tr ralse tJ;1elr Trotwood; !;
i's because the trees 'own apples any more fOJ Just
are so. scattered, and' it takes so reason. Olle wQJ.llq, .
-318
much sugat to make n start, a Ser lee ' iNat
gallon of syrup. , ' wasn t too ! am sure
NOTICE OF
If I had i to do over again Reople. would be mterested
" .... n a I would do what we talked about their frUIt trees. When ,we!
Admm
Istrator. "d.oing but do. I w0uld first moved here, there were
plant trees. If we had planted some o.lq peach trees thai. had
Notice is given that the ' sugar ' grove over on the the loveliest peach.es I eve'l ate.
Albert H. Stubbs whose Post hill .that we talked about the' Because of the we
....Office Address is Waynesville, trees would now be enough ," nev r had. any good ones since.
' Ohio has duly appointed to tap' and the fine 111C- The old tl ees died and. new
as Administrator of the Estate kory and walnut' trees would b ones soon r
of Venora Lee Kirkpatrick late The ,thing to do with:t peaches, I began eat some or.
of Warren 'County, Ohio', de.. new place, is to get in the slow rruy frozen ones fJOm the .
'. thi,ngs as ' soon as possible. and they I. wa, so I
Dated this ' 10th day of Feb- pec;.iall,y: f , ruit an,' ct nut an SurPI at the fIr t bite that
ruary, 1948. . " asparagus bel1 smaI1 fruits. summer wa he re a-
C. Donald Dilatush, Atty. ' Then you. will have a chance to gam.
RALPH H. CAREY, enjoy'th,em. " Even though it is " I
of the Probate Court - Even though.it was damp al1li am far, mterested ,m .
Ohio. drizzly on Wednesday some of - out and seem, ean done '
___ .....,-. ______ -_3_4 us went do.wn to the Mout- than I am that Income
1RAILER FOR SALE gomery County Girl , Scout return. It .s not ver':! good
,Camp_near MorroW to look over year o.n the. farm SIde. In
Two-.wheel ' trailer, eight-foot the g,round for im.prltv of h1gh, I had,
body, for sale. Ashmead ments that 'the Four Seasons ,many th.lngs to au
SOOIO Service, No{th Main Garden Club, to which I belong that profIts yeu hear
Stre.et. . -226, is going to h.elp wHIl sum- abO, uf don t , show on bOOKS.
mer. It is, a bealutiful tract of I had to bUytOD
NORRIS COMPANY
Cincinnati Unia.., atock Vard.
Live Wirp and Proar ... lv" 'An -
Oraflnizatlon .eoond to none.
Strlctlv lIer. Qn th, b t
all aro'!nd market . In the
eounttv. .
SERVICE T.HAT SATI8flES
WHIO Dayton U:30" !:I.T.
Dial 1300. WLW 81nelll1lRU
12:40. Dial 700. for ur DaUy
Harket Report.
i , hills and woods. but. it .' sadlY but ,the I '
We Wish to thank all our friends.. needs some col1servatlon work. , Will bewor.th Iti One
for their kind remembrances The fint plan to <10 I made w.as that , I dldn t
following the death of Mrs. u'nder the ditetlii>n of ihe Con- cult chickens last fall.
Florence. Department is to lime , But that one 2'ood thin2' a-,
Howard FJorence and Family and fertilize a few acres so that , b<?ut No n1.atter what.
. ' -34 we can get grass
, guaranteed 'and priced to sell.
BANTA IMPLEMENT CO.
-:r:-::----'---. Lebanon ,Phone 555
, " " to prevent erosion and to season cro.wds y01;l that
'w:al:lt . to thil!lk .. each and , make a comfortable play " you never have bme to brood
fQr their cards and for the The open f:ield near' over A ,hasty look at them
h.ttle gifts ,Of rememb!aqces , the pool 'is so poor . as you study the farm
-34
SJDce my stay an bed,. " .that nothmg but Ir
oor
land a resolve not to do that thIS
Bolens Huski Garden tractors. Ed Cook .and brambles wil grow. We are year, and, y.ou are off on the
t % and 3 H. P. Models with ,going to have then plans for..tlie new year. . '
comp,lete line quick. , at.' plant a p sture n1Jxture .
. tachmg tools. , -dlSks1 . Waynesville Lodge No. 163, . and-try to Ket it i trass. Tbey , Kathryn C. Gibbons
e
laWn mowing attachments. Meeting,' Tuesday 'March 9, ,"at -thea a' fine piec" ,': '. ' <. ' , ". : I .
Ideal for ' tne home garden P t.'iI ,f!! f dl , .,.. , "
7:00 : ' m. . ' .. 0 ;Woo aq. ..;lae' 'to'p . Drlv- . '-- , .8" y' ,
' will be limited. Order with- .. c 'WY'
out della. ":' , " I ' " '
BANTA.1MPLMENT CO. - , , R 0 '.I 0 ' . D II Tar , Kp p Ii. d , '
.. Pho.ae SGI
' -34 ......,.., 'lID" o,w..-y Recoatin.

BUSINESS SERVlQ:S" .' F R .. _,:,E ! I' T 1 M A T-:....
I 1 '. . -"
,tractor: and __ farJ1.1 a ' 'S' '
anld paltlbpg. 'Truck . < . : , ' I a ' .' ," '" J
'Call . " , I FNNoN,
BANTA 1MPi.EMENT CO. '
LebaDoa' .... oDe -555 "
3 .
John Deere OWQers-we are
equipped gNe you
servIce on our tractor nd
farm equipment. Arrange' your
tune-up or overhaul work "
sOQn and be ready for Spein", '
Work; 'We can restore the
o.rigi,nal power to your trac-
tor at a low cost in our mo-
dern John service
: shop. cyli!1d-
er rebonng, rlOg mstallatlon
and bearri' , adJustmerif done
to Deere specifications. All
rt Kuaranteed. On}y Gen-
UIne' Jphn, Deere repalfs
We pick up and deliver.
BANTA 'IMPLEMENT CO. '
Lebanon Phone 555 '
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EARLY FRYERS .! ! !
'Start ehkks now-have
fryers--they will be in bi go
demand. S tar t e..d sex e d
cockerel chicks now
able. I
DUNHAM WHITE ROCKS
Phoae Waynesville 2916
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ICI IN DA."./ ONIO
" ACIOaY IN .... IM, .0, '.
..... t
WE PAY; FOR
.:.!
" I
HORSES tC()W5 $11,00 H<>.G5 CWt.
ACCORDING TO SIZE' AJtD CONDI110N
Rev ....
Charp . '
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ILCL ......... _ ...
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GIVE Generously to ;RED CROSS -- 'Wayne Township's Quota Is $100
It says
, , .
Here
.'
..
Thl! Miami
MRS. IRENE mOMAS
Telephone President
Replies to
,
Mrs. Irene Th'omas, wife of 'should be over" in two weeks
Ii A Z E T 1 E
' Waynesville's 'troubles
" , " ' ' ' ,,', " . '"" Frank Thomas, whose home is 'Yith tb, difficulty in get-
By sinitty
,
on Miami Streel, died at 6 :15 'tmg- lines' to Leb,anon,
.
a; m. Tuesday ,in St. Elizabeth's to the I mailed
Is, there a human' dowbar in "
Hospital, Dayton, where she had this, we k by Georg'e J:j. Quat-
Waynesville, - a ' muscle man ' SERVING WAVNEtSVILLE SINCE 1850 been ill about a week. I ' man, presid nt ,(!,eneral ,ma-
, so stron,g- that he - o,inks noth-
In addition to her husband, nager of the OhIO Central Tele-
,ihR of prying loose that No. 4359
FIV,E CEN,TS A COpy she is survived by two daugll- phone Company, ,tQ Mrs. Wint-
,are screwed down?
LE HOT H' U S ID A Y, "'MARCH 11, 194 ters, Mrs. Inez Robey of , Day- , fred Hartsock alld Maynard
AccorainR' to Bob W1AYNESVIL , I
, ton and Mrs. Anna Earnhart of Weltz, in reSponse t to protests
of Twin, Theatre fame, Sll h :l
0 f. T Sh Jell ' Beavertown; three sons, Everett on behalf of the W man's Pro-
character exists. And Bob \ ould
ut-o - own Op Thomas of Roc;:hester, N. Y., pJ ive, Club and Civic Club:
just as oon be rid of hini. It
Lowell and 1-<0 ert Thoma -f "Dear Madam" an j dear ir:
seems the unidentified, superman
Get $75 L, oot at Hyman's Wet. ne ville; t\\1 brothers, Sarn- "We acknowledg- receip,t of
(or stuporrn an) leahs back in
uel urface of Lake ide, C)., and } ur fettt;r f Fe ruar y I 8, re-
h!s seat at fh mov.te and push s
A small ra ii o and two electri Le ' ter Surface of Lebanon; and htiv , t the additional trunk
hIS knees through the seat in
shaver weI' t len ft m H' - ven g-randchildren. . ir uits hetw, en Wayne ville
front. Of. him. B-y 'this ' method '
man s Department , tore last Funeral s rvices will held and Leban n, W \ i h t as ur
the. vll'lam ucce.e.d-
Saturday evening- b, two men tomorrowaftel'no nat 20 lock , u that' ur c mpany ha
ed m tUn seats fr nl th.:
wbo were c1as eli b A. H. P 1- at th A. H. tubb Funeral ' want dtll 'e cir uit in falJ d as '
floor an:l I 0 a f1 ( I ( 1' -
insky, the pro neta r, a " 10 U t,- Home, with the Rev. R. B. C le- much q a.n , s'ig;ner of that e-
board. "
of-town perators". The loot man of the Methodi t Church titi on. We oj'dered th m mor
t dn if mv 'If \\' i th-
was valued at all ut officiatin,.,:. Burial \ nl be in than t\\ , aI'S aRo. We g t half
out a crowb 1'" . c<J mm ' nted
Th theft 0 currcd , Miami of th I' r quite a few months
B b, who i no. weaklinJ?: in his
5 :15 and 5 :30 l. m. Saturday.
a' 0 but the th I' half 'of tile
own right. " ' . I :
When ihe ,m n entered the WALTER C. BURNETT ,/ r ier ill ' t a w >ek . The cop-
D n t pass thi . in iUent b '
store, one of them -hawed an W. It 'C 8 ' tt , p.er ir uit ' /lI:: tw n the two
' a second f r
interest in in a back ld J. e! . d ,UI n ,7
4
, al clti ' have b en up wa itinR for
It may affect \ our own , com-
corner , of the 'buildinR'. The 0 , I d sud enly at 3 a thi equipl11 n-t mnre than i'
f tNt '
other, unnoticed, . appar.ently Wed!1e Qay at hIS ar.
or , eW. up 101stered I chair
made ,off with the three Items on R ute 2 Wayne - "It ha I) t \1 en, plea ant for
' ar o'n order for- the Twin, tt sounder his 'coat. The theft was ville.. , ' us to ree IV the con'stant re-
replace the present wood n ol.-c.-tors rgamze ' t d' d t'l b t He ' ,IS surVIved.' b, Y, two l"llkes fr m trlle pu I'le for th'
(Illes. But' l wouldn't blanlle Bob
no Iscovere un I a ou 8 0' - brotlle! Charles If) h 1 '
f h'
clock., ' , .' W 1 W of these facilitie when we
or ' .about making: At a meetinsr held last night , Mr. Polinsky said he later lIved, and, Qhfford, who lIved , weI' h 1, Jes in the ituation
that chanKe, If hIS patrons s!l \\ in the Methodist Church 'base- learned that one of the men on an ad, .I
omm
,g- Well and we ,( III vel'. [) dy for many
no more mte es.t in the pl:!_ 1 t I' . ft' d 11 I' known as.a far.mer .Tor mann months that we \v"'re
than th h ' b d' 1 lll,:nt, v,o un eer so lCltors or rle to se an e ectnc razor in

e uman ar Il. tile Red Cross drive in Wayne a filling' station he lived 111 thIS .area a I everything in , our' power to n'e
Bob also went in ,for after- h ' d b 9' h h ' hIS ltre. He nev.er ma.rned. the equIpment. It I not a Qu .... es-
d
inne p k' f S d . Towns ip re,ceived pledge car s, a. out 0 t at n,ig t, but r s ea , a un a " pins, stickers, and other did not succeed. ' Funeral servIces Will held of just trillgm,g- a few
matinee when some ment for th"e'drive. .' The theft was by Saturday afternoon at 2 0 clock wires between the two c.om-
,comRlained abo low hUIll " The executive committee for Consta,ble C .. P. Joy to the the McClure Funeral munities. It means ;automatic ',
versation ' "'':'1 I .. h d,4 b co.un, ty sheriff's offiee. but Mr.. In, cha,rge of the Rev. R. switches ate rel.1uired for' th",'"
'ae:. POltrfSk atd' tthlt tJ '-to Coleman rO t dials ' fo' operate"! at the ' end
' the stage I to tell the' appointed by Mr. Cole- ' day, no investigator had come ll1
ter
ment Will be Jl1 these before they can be'
nOisem ers what'the score is. man are R. C. MQler and Everett to see him. .
MIamI Cemetery. used. Th se we cannot make,
"If the shoe 'fits wear it" he Early.
MRS. ADELAlDE-OMPTeNr- to ana we are
said no::'names, h . he. tqwnship quota , fu" ' ,
at ' me mercy of the Automatic '
made It clear he 'doesn t . IS $700, a conSiderable increaSe
Funeral services were held Electric Company at Chica,g-o
business of from last year when the actual
Saturday afternoon at Caesar- ' for' them. ' ,amount raIsed was '581. ' 1WIN DAUGH'J'ERS BORN F'riends durch for Mrs. "Th'e,y are here now. and the
The season's, first fly "
. in nw window lends emphasis to
the plea, for
ing.re t.rash. is left !'yin1{
the ,more !1Jsect \Ve have.,
Another - , for :every fly .
. you $,wat Ill , March" thousands
o.f potential flies are
. nipped in the bud. ,
Waynesville's, water ,system'
was sout down , f?r a few hours .
, mormng while' a
break beini repaired in a
water maID on Tyler Street a
above Main Street. '
WarnmJ{ was J{iven to' the '
local residents -the' even in, he-
fore that water would stop
11t 8 a. m.
da.Y. Fortunately fhere were no
fires . j'n tQwn the "dry
f

. The street
, Anyone. who is not coptacted TO WATKINS FAMILY Adelai'de Cor'n!Pton, 92 years men. are instalJinR' them. It wi1l by a solicitor 111 ttie next week Mrs. Donald Watkins old, a " former resident , of reqUIre two weeks to wire them ,
is to. bring his or her con'. 'are announcinK the birth of twin Waynesville.
,il} and then your troubles should
tribution to the ' Miami Gazette ' daughters, Patricia Suzette and Mrs. Compton died last 'be over, in the respect." I. affice.
" Pamela Sherry, at. Gr'andview .. Thursda'y at 1. :30 a. Il!. at the "
' I
Hospital on Saturday morning, home 9f her dauJ{hter. Mrs. J. CIVIC CLUB,MEETING TOWNSHIP , , , March 6. I ' F. Seibold, in Middletown, after MONDAY TO FEATURE MOVE MEEtNC DATE ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,Char.)- ' a three weeks' illness. ELECTION ton are 'the maternal g-liand-, She was born at Leipsic, Put- ,
parents and Mr. and Mrs. Henry ' nam County, onA]?Ji116, 1855. . The Civ,ic Club Watkins are the paternal grahd- Her husband, EHPcth Compton, WII! hold Its election' of parents. ,Mr. and, Mrs. Watk.ins died Feb. 23, 1.932. two' sons ' officers at the March meetinJ{ are nQw the of also preceded her ill death. . next Monday at 7 two pairs of twins; the others- Besides the daughter with clock m the oasement of the
beioJ': the sons, of Mr. and Mrs. w:hom she .was living, she is 'sur- Ghurch.
K. N. Fox of Miami Florida. ,vlved by another ,daughter, Mrs. ' " Nemmatrons witI be present-
Mabelle cif ed by of five ap-
town; a brother Herbert Corron pOintt:d at the. February
of. Lookeb,a, 'Okla.; ' eight grand 1 hey are R. C. Moler, the
chl,ldren, 1,3 ' g,reat-g;randchil- Rev. R. B. C<?leman, Will St.
dren, and' three great-great- John, C. E. MIChener and Ro-
Four guest stars wil1 be featured at the Young Artists' Concert
the Waynesville High School auditorium on the evening of Frid
March 12. are from Cincinnati' Conservatory of M
They, are: William _Wilkie, tpe euphonium-' of bariton
horn; ArthUr Moorefield, clarinetist; Maurice t,enor
a an Ward , L. S ingie" piano accompanist. ,
grandchildrel1. '
Crewe. "
Services were held Friday All members urged to at-
evening in charge tend this meetin'g, and the sec-
,of ,the Re,v. R. , R. Weed, pastor retary urges , that all reservation
of Calyary Methodist Church. d to him as SOon
fmal fltes were' held Saturday as 'pOSSible. '
afternoon at Caesarcreek in
charge of. the' Rev, R. N. Cha'p- ' ,CONSERVATION SESSION ' ':
man of Xenia: Burial was at TONIGHr IN
Caesarcreek ' The Warren Couniy Fish an.j.
, ' ' G!lme Conservatiori As ocia tion
STRAW11iER '. meet .-tonight at ,o'clock
Funeral Service's arranged by , thhe on South
the , McClure Funeral Home . c anle ,0 ree In Lebanon
were held Thursday 'afternoon ,of location from its
in Dayton ',for Dexter meelmK place was made
h.e!:, Owner f a restaurant in <d/
ause
daM the r.e'cent fire that
Dayton, who died ef.:rly ' this ma,g-e em:orlal
after ill With' pneu- TRAILER '
mO,ma. Burial wa in Memorial BY LOU AN
PARK
BOUGHT
,Park Cemetery.
u , D MARLIN
Lou. Marlin," operators
of ftlhn,g- -station at the inter ...
of state Routes 73 and
Mrs. Clare'nce Rye and son
Mr. Charles Rye, visited he:'
. daughter, Miss Gladys Ry> at
University of Cincinnati on Sun-
da'y afternoon. This is Mrs. Rye's
f!rst trip' to visit ket daughter
sIDce she fractured her ankle
everal month
, 48'k purchased a ' trailer
In Eau G alii e, Fla., 175
mIles north. of Miami on U S
Route 1. plan to 1{0 back
there some time next -month toO
J{et ready for the comin(l' sea
son. , :-.

The Miami Gazette
.8 TAB L 18 B._ D 1 0
Publiahed Every' Thur8day
At W.yneiville, Ohio
CARL-a. SMITH, Editor-
Entered a. aacond 01." matte .. at the Poet Office
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: .
$1.50 a Vea .. in Advance -
Events Coming Up
Methodists' Notes
SAUCERS NO LONGER
AIR.BORNE; NOW IT'S A
FLYING FOSSlt STORY :
The 'following- ' plans are the
g-eneral outline,of ithe Pre-Easter Did ever see a flying fos-
and Easter Services of the Meth- sil? Tflere are such things, so
odist Church. . . read on and ou'll know 11
On March 14, \ve about it. '
t II I t be at One venin,l( last week" the
e 910 and two Scoutmasters Of Troop 40
at th . service of worship at departed on an ex.pe.rimental
10:30, Mrs. M. A. Fulkerson camping trip. Tramping oVer
will he soloist at the 10:30 roads, hills, and ditche:s they ar
- . . service. The sermons Sunday rived at ' a . suitable site with
(To have events listed in this calendar, t:Jo.tify _The Miaml Gazette have been in darkening' hours in.
before 4 p. m. Tuesdays.) " WIth the approach to Easter, and Their teht in place and a fire
t he Evanaelical emnhasis On they cook d
FRIDAY MARCH 12 .; l'o . r; I I" d t 30
' Palm Sunday mornlnft w l lCh ,was consume a :
Woman's Auxiliary, St. Mary's Church, 2 P. M. 21' at 10:30 there .wiI be are. P. M. Soon Joe climbed into a
W. C. T. U. at home of Mrs. Waller Whi aker, 7 :30 P. M. ception of members: Special' slcelJin,e: baR and Ronnie slipped
Young Artists Concert.at High: School, 8 P. M. sermon. . between his blan'kets' wtiich
SUNJ;>AY, MARCH 14 On Palm! SundalY evenin,e: the wefe consist nUy slippinK (r'om
G
o to Church! . ' Easter Cantata' "The Resurrec- him.
tion Storl" b\f Carrie B After a restful night, ' they
st. M
' ary's Club at Rectory, 7 :30 P. M. " J , J1.
Adams, WIll be given. b th climbed out and prepar,ed break-
MONDAY, MARCH 15 . choir. ., I fa t. SpendinK sor:n
e
. tim'e ex.
Civic. Club dinner, Methedist Church, 7 P. M. On Easter at' 6 0'- ploring the areas,
Boy Scout Troop 40, at 7:t5 P. M. clock " The"Youth Fellowship they returned to camp and con-
TUESDAY, MARCH 16 wil) conduct the early devotion- stnicted an oven from lime
Township Trustees' meeting, 7 :30 P. M. al service, followed by the Eas- stone. : Throwing some ingred.
. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17 ter breakfast in the Church din ients they SOOI1 had
ing room. .' delicious biscuits from this oven.
Special Co'mmunication, Lodge t 63, F. and A. M., The Church SChool will meet However, one mistake .alm.ost
7 p. M. (Maste r Mason Degree) , at 9 :30 and the Easter Service spoiled the first effort. The
Presentation of Tycoon prize at Twin Theatre, 9 P. M. of worship and sermon,at 10:30. df which the oven
THURSDAY, MARCH 18 Promptly at 10:30 Easter mor- was constructed contained frost.
, LenJen service at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 8 P. M. . ' ' nin,e: there will be a baptismal The fire caused an explosi n
d hIt L b H S 7 45 P M service for childreil. We ask the that sent ,fossils flying ,through
Spelling bee for county g(a esc oq s a e anon . .,: .' entire ChUfCh and constituency the air. No l1arm was done. And
METHODIST CHURcti
R. .B. COL;EMA.N, Mlniet ...
'Sunday School " 9 :30 a.m.
J. J. Rurske, Supt.
Wordlip Service , f 0 :30 a.m.
Youth Fellowship ,
Thursday, 7 :30 pm.
to support these services. \ the hi cuiL were not a hard a
We are utlusually m tlle IF ssils. .
terestin,g' You t h Fellowsh,ip After one more meal in camp
meetjngs at the, Me.thodl t amidst 'a cold drizzlinR rain the
Church on .unday evenmg-s at 'scoutmaster' :,cfolded camp. an i
7 :30, stole away.
On next Sunday Don
-Henderson, Dorothy W'ilson,
and W'arfen Sheelhan will 'pre.
XENIA REcrOR TO GIVE sent the tdpic.
ST. MARY'S COMMUNION ... Special music will be .a vocal
The Rev. A. Chandler Craw- duet, "I Love to Tell Story'"
ford, rector of Christ Episcopal Paye Creech and Harlan'. Earn-
Church .in Xenia, will . officiate hart. ,-
at Holy , <;:onimunion. -at 10:30 . . , .
a. m. 'next Sunday at St. Mary's . ST. MARY'S AU1ULIARY. .
Church here, white the Rev. WIU.. MEET .TOIIORROW
Samuel N. Keys of the local On. Prid-ay aftelfnoon, Malich
church will to Xenia to con- 12thl at 2 'Po the Woman's
duct frayer at Christ Auxiliary of St. Mary's Church
Chtireh. ' . _ will meet at the .home of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hook ha{1
as Sunday afternoon callers, .M r.
and Mrs. Ernest Martin and Mrs.
,Nita -ttathawa y of Dayton. .
PRAYER SERVICE
. .
TUESDAY NIGHT
" ,
at the horrie. of '
Jamea _
North. and Water Streets
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WAYNESVILLE, OHfO No. 4319
'J' H U R'S 0 A V ,. 11, 1948
AlWIIY_SINO 1.'ltMNT"""
A e
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ClltAOO sIAm, NIW fOIl
IAN ,IANCIICO .
EASTERN STAR PLANS'
INITIATION ON" APRIL 5
?Miami Chapter 107, D. E. S.,
met in regular session on Mon-
day, evening wi.tll a atten-
dance. The Qusmess sesSIOn wa
held after which ' the initiatory
work was for a ' lass of
candidates. .
Plans were made to hold a
special meetin,e: on Monday eve
April 5, for purposl!
of initiation. . , .
Miami Chapter will holds Its
annual inspection on Saturday
evening', April '10 ..
. ' Mi ss Mary Dora Hou/?:h will
ari'ive home this week the
M'ary A. Burnham School for
Girls at Northhamptbn, Mass.,
for the sprin,e: vacation.
Representil!g
Weatheimer & Company
Member Ne\ . York Stock
ExchanKes and other
registered Exchanges
Investment Trult Shares
'. Sold - Quoted
Phone Waynesville 2530
Dayton AD3257
I OPTOMETRIST
. Ronald Hawke.
I , Conducted By . .
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MT. HOU. Y MErHODIST tltu: HARVEYSaURG (FRIENDS ,
-F-'--I7""'-OFFICE HOUDc-.,...,----'--1
T. M. 8CARFF, Mini.ter The Waynesville W. C.T. U. CLASS ENTER .... A.JNED ..
9:30 a.m, will meet Friday evening- March... The Gleamer Class' of the
. B. A. Earnhart, Supt. 12th with ,Mrs. Walter Whit- Harveysburg ' Church
W01'Ship Service fo:30 ...... aker as hostess and p'rogram met at the .home of M"r. and
Evening Service p.m. leader, The meeting w}ll begin Mrs. Lawrence Starr Saturday
- at 7 :30 P. M. A full with ten 'members. and fpur
sr. MARY'S EPISCOPAL of members . is desIred, guests visitors. After the business
MMUEL KEY8, Minllter ' are always welcome. '. _ sion, " the ' was turned
Ch h Sch I 9 3
" .;. over to Mrs. Starr 'and Miss Nel
urc ' 00 ' . . : 0 a. m. ST. CLUB TO SEE lie Davis who entertained' with
' Nursery School f 0 :30 a.m. TRAVEL .MOVIE SUNDAY . a nu-mber of ,coD tests . .
COlDlllunion 10: 30 A. M. The regular monthly meet- . )\t the dpse 'of the meeting
, --.-:r ing of the St. 'dub will . Mrs. Starr, assis'ited by Miss
UTICA E. U. 8. GlURCH ." -.be held .Sunday March 14th .. at .I?avis served ' cream and
REV. WILLIAM ,,,ANNON " 7 :30' P. M. at the Rectory. The cake. . 1 .
SUA,day School . . 9 :30 a.m. ' rcrogram will be a Qf. se- . M'r. .and "1rs. " Ja-
Mrs J'ames Garrison . ected travel topics. ' . ' . cobs and daughter Glona
b
\ , . , .. . Every member is cordially In- and Mr. ' Bud Roberts were YISlt
ang. 3rd . vited, to bring guestS. ho.st Drs,. The members at.
each month fO.30a-m . and, llostess for the evenmg wIll tended: Mr. and Mrs: John'Starr
"ret&'NI". I , ' be Mr. and" Mr.s. Keys. . and daughter Son.ia Kay, Mr.
WA\ . Mrs. Eldred Tietmeyer and
CHURat pF daughters Miriam 3lnq linda, M'r;
. R. M. JoluiatoD, Miaiater . and Mrs. Maynard Hackney' and
. bible Schoo' J' 9 :30 a.1lL Mrs. Anna
Communion ,0:30' a.m. Mae Roberts" Miss Nellie DaviS,
. Evening Service 7 :30 p, M. and Mr. and Mrs. Stan' and son
- Larry and , Carolyn Jean.
FRIENDS . , , . ', '
. First Day, 9 i30 .. m .
. for Worship . ..
. - to :30 a.m.
CAESARS CREEK. FRIENDS
REV. DAVlrD STANFIELO, Mlnl.tar
Worship Service .... 9 :45 a. OJ.
Sunday Sch001 ' 10:45 .3 Qt.
- . ,
ST. AUGUmNE
Father Krumholtz-f PRett
Masses 8 and 10 A. M.
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FERRy cHuRCH of ' CHRIST '
RALPH a., 8TiN.ON, Mlnlater
Bible School -9 :30
Momlnr , Worship -10,:30 ..... A modern and.complete Plinera1 Home for. '
. the comfort and con venience of our pulbflc
Rev. H. Hornsby, of Hamilton
11IE PIJBLIC IS INVITED
_ .
, -
"Fu .. 7 P. M. t; 9 P. M.
W .. S' A. M. to 12 ,NOOIa '
Sat. 7 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Located' Across from Post
Office.
' .
Wa,..,aviUe. . Ohio.
1.-24-F06t. Bro'adcast. .
2.-25 .. Quart' Hopper
, ,9apacity. ' .
,
3.-::"Will Sow -1'1.6 Acres .
an Hour at 4 M. P. H,
4.-I?istributes eve,nly .and
III accurate amount
,per acre.
S.-Adjustable' to a II
makes of ttact9rs.
, ' .
Rogers -.I SiiIpsoa Tractor: SaleS
Prayer Meetlo( 7 :00 p.m.
; YOUDK People 5 Meeting .
., :00 p.lII.
. . E,enlor Services 7 :30 p.m.
STUBBS' Funeral Home
. .
TELEPHO,.III. " WAytiESVIWE, o. . .
Charles .Reynolds (ttt) 311 E. NOR1H
, \
,
men and American military leaders wh'o believe tbe
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PAGE ,a THE MIAMI GAZETTE
' OHIO No, 43&9
T H U R 8 DAY, MARCH 11, 1948
day has . passed when large masses of foot soldiers .
It ' will be used in' warfare, and that in the atomic agle
OUI OlD " " e air power will be aU. important, both for offense ,'e -II-ft- y .
defense. The Join,t Air Policy Board
""1"
With ,a Buckeye
In Congress.
.. eLI J. _WII
,M ...... c:. ........ ,. ow. .,.....
last week reported in favor of a ' greatly expanded
air force to cost from thirty-five to forty billion dol-
I81'S dUl'ing the next ten years. Senator Ta.(t of Ohio ,
has proposed that an additional billion dollars be
spent during the coming fiscal year for enlarging I
and modernizing the "Air Force and' the aviation arm
of the Navy.
Many members of Congress strongly opposed
to permitting the State Department to have anything
to do with the administration of foreign relief. Thes-e .
legislators, insist the State Department is neithel'
efficient rior economical, and that too many officials
of that Department are or Communists.
Hearings held by a Subcommittee of the Appropria-
tions Committee of the House disclose that a con-
siderable Ilumbel' of employees and officia!s of the
-n';bate On the European Recovery Progl'am legis- State Department' 'were in ' their positions
lation started in the Senate the first of ' last week clespjte overwhelming evidence of their radical 011'
where it is expected the measure wiil come to a vote , ' communistic , activities. A coPY of the House
around March 15th, A determined effort will be made ings on tRe Department of State appropriations fOl'
by'a score' or more of Senators to write amendments 1949, which contains all of this testimony, can
into the bill which will prevent any of the benefits obtained the .Clerk of the House Qf Repl'esen-
of American aid to Europe finaHy l'eaching D. C., as long as the ,
or the Soviet satellite nations. It is being claimed lasts, The sordid details of the personnel setup in
that nearly a billion dollars of American money went State Depal'bnent can be found on pages 170 to 21(},
into Czechoslovakia, in one form or another, be- inclusive.
-
tween the time the war ended and that cduntry came "
under the domination of Communist Russia. Over on The has passed and sent to the President
the House side of the Capitol" General Wedemeyer, a bill, he ,is expected to appl'ove, for continu,
whose report on China ,has been suppressed l?y the ing and expanding research in the various methods
Administration, testified before the Affairs of producing syntbetic oil and gasoline. Some sixty
Committee. The General insisted that the furnishing million dollars will, be spent by the Government on
of financial or economic aid to China wou,d not alone study and research in this field during 'the next
OE:' sufficient to ,stop the spread of ' Communism in years. In addition private industry is also ard at ,
that secti2n ot'tlKl globe; ' and if military aid is not work on the pl"oblem of obtaining for . the J:lation ,n
given China, America ' will pay in blood for . her fail ' cheaper and more plentiful supply of synthetic oil
Ul'e' to -extend su!b aiQ.
and gasoline to supplement and finally replace OUI'

dwindling natural oil resources.
.
The House had before it for consideration this

week legislation to g1l;arantee continued production The Senate is expected to take up tlie Knutson
of synthetic rubber in this country for at least two Tax soon after the middle of th!
tears to come, with the probability the Government month', following the Senate vote on the' European
.' will keep some sort of control over synthetic rubber Program The ' Financ!
production for an even longer time. Certain Govern ,Committee has given its' approval to thH
lI)ent-owned planta will be kept in stand.by general plan for of individqal income taxe!;
eondltion I'IeILdy to start production on short notice. this year, but , when the Senate completes its worlt
Others will be, sold or leased to private manufac- on the Knutson measure it wilt ,probably call for an
turera, lIubJeet to Government control of production. over-all reduction of somewhere ' between foul!.'
The use Qf certaiJ1 amounts 01 synthetic rubber in and 'one.:hal1 five biilion ,dollaTs 'instead of thE!
the manufacture of tires will 'be continued. six billion' dollar ,cut contained in the ,House bill.
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The speech, of tk&Briti8h Defense', Minister in-the
House of Commonl ,in liondon last week, in .hlch it
was announced that the number of soldiers in the
ground forces of the B'ritiah Army would be reduced
while' would placed on In-
creasing British air power, h_s much at-
tention here in CongreBS. are mant Congnal-
'The so-called' Southern against President;
has beep growing in intensity during the
past ten days and considerable talk can now be heard!
- that Southern leaders ,will demand that Presidentl
TrumaD 'Wltbdtaw from the Presidential race or a
number of normally Demoeratie, States will not cast
tMlr electoral votes for him.
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Mr and Mrs. J. B. Jones en-
tertained' at d'nner Thursday
evening, MI'. and Mrs. Therle
Jones and son, Milton, and Mr .
Nettie Emrick in honor of Therle
Jones.' birthday anniversary.
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Jimmie wc1t1k were \V ek-end
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Mr. and Mrs. Everett Early,
Mr', ahd Mrs, Ernest Harlan,
Mr, and Mrs. ' Thede Jones,
Mrs J. B. J ones and Mr. a.mi
Mrs: ,Walter Kenrick attended
the qwgterly birthday banquet
at Farmer's Gran,g-f! at Waynes.
ville Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs,. Ben Smith of
Dayton were entertained at
dinner Sunday at the home of
.\\1': and Mrs. Calvin Longacr
and family. '
'Mr. and Mr's. Irvin Har ris re-
turned bQme last week ' after a
' lwo-month stay at the Keener
chicken farms near Salem.
, Mr. Paul Johns ofo the Uni- ,
versity of Cincinnati spent the
week-e,nd, with hi grandmother,
Mrs .. Margaret Johns. '
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Miltenber-
ger visited Grandview hospital
, Dayton, Sunday artern.oon" to
see the latter' s little nieces, twin
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Don-
ald W.atkins.
Mr. ' and Mrs. Henry,' Saylor
and entertained at
dinner Sunday Mrs. , Susan Say-
"lor of Dayton and MTs. Saylor'
BEAD THE CLAssmm ADS

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SHOE REPAIR
WHEEL GOODS
SPORTING GOODS
,
MOTORB.CYCLES
Phone 506.X' 5 'MUlberry St.
, .
LEBANON. OHIO , '
", ' STOKE'S
GO'LD Product."
p 'one 21 LEBANON, OHIO
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, FR'ANK alBeV, R.,.!prqentatiye
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'tRAcrOR 'SAl IS
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WAYNESVIU.E, OHIO

mDlther, Mrs. Ina Kempton and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spitler and
, daughter of Brookville. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Henry of
Dayton, purch'asers of the Ebert
property here, spent Sunday
afternoon at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Early.
Mrs. Milo Mrs.
Ralph Hammond and Mrs. Cal-
vin Longacre, attended' the
Mother's Club at the g-rade
at Waynesville , chool
afternoon.
,L'IIIe. neW6
(The copy was omit-
ted last week due to lack of
for nine years.
Mrs. Clyde accom,
panied Mr. and Mrs. Lor-en
Routzahn of Frarlklin, to the
Children's Hospital ,n
nati Sunday ' tose'e her \ittle
,g-rand-daughter, Lorna Sue
Routzahn, now five weeKs old,
who is a patient at the hos-
pital.
Mrs. Earl Mendenhall and
daugbter Patty, ' of Tipp City
were week.:. end ,g-uests of her
parents Mr. andl Mrs. Guy
Routzahn. Mrs, Margaret Johns
t
Mr. and Mrs. Routzahn ana
Russelh accompanied the m
home evening. ,
, Mr. E. J. Carmony of Spring-
field Monday . evening at
the home of Mr. and, Mrs. Wal. ,space. )
, , . ter Kenrick' and showed slides
Mrs. Dena Thomas and two of Western trip of 76 days,
moved last week to the that he and Mrs. Carmony had
cottage of 'Mr. and Mrs. Elbert ' - taken in May and June of last
Wallace in Lvtle. year. 'Those present who
Mr. ' and Mrs. Lawrence Elliott thoroughly enjoyed these pic-
and 'son Tommy of Dayton were tures were: Mr., and Mrs. Wilbur I'
$unday evening dinner guests. of Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kennck Burnett, Marga,ret Johns
1
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and children. Mrs. Everett Early, Mr. ano
Mr. and ' Mrs. Paul Shipley Mrs. Therle 'Jones:, Mrs. J. B.
and children spent Sunday with Mrs .. P. M. Cornell, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane at Nettle Emrick,. Russell Rout.,
Chillicothe , zahn, James Hames and Mr, and
Mr. andMrs. Collins Mrs. Kenrick.
and Mr. Charles Collins of Day-
ton were Sunday afternoon
guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Kenrick.
M-r. James Wical returned to
his' home from Grandview Hos-
pital} where, he under-
a major operation a week
ago.
Mrs. Margaret Johns Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Kenrick and
J ames Haines w.ere Saturday
eventng dinner guests of Mrs.
Nettie Emrick . . -
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Burnett
visited tneir uncle anq ,au'nt, Mr,
and Mrs. John Hayner and
daughter' at Westvi.lle Suntiay
afterneon. >, " < .
Virgil Longacre" Dick .Irons
and Don Gilman left early
Monday for -a trip to
California, in, Vlrgil's car.
Mr. Allen' Hole, who suffered
a broken hip., was taken to 'St.
Elizabeth Mospital, Dayton on
Thursday. He is in a serious
c(mdition at this time.
Mrs. Alfred Rasnake was
called to the home of lier par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Belc
her, on' the Township Road
on account of a
faU and serious illness :of her '
fat,her, has' ,an invalid
Recommended 9at varieties THE MIAMI 4
. ' WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 43&9
for northern OhiO are Omtan, T H U R SiD A Y, MAR'CH11, 1!M8
Ajax, and Wayne, For ijle soetth ' , _
half of the state use Columbia, Rats are art the nation,at
Clinton, or Gopher, except that blacklist, and a concerted cam
Gopher is omitted for Ohio paign is beinK made to remove
River bottom. lands. ' as many as possible of them
* '" from cit}' and rural dhtricts.
Recent awards made in com-
pensating farm workers for' ac-
cidental iniuries include $1,304
for the' 16ss' of three fingers in
an ensilage cutter; and $8,901
for a 14-year old boy who fell
from a tractor and was an in-
valid for four years before 'his
death.
The most effective weapon is
poison bait, and the safest poi-
son to use req squill. There
are much more powerful poi-
sons tban red squill but most ,
' of the others are just ,as deadly
to domestic animals and to hu- -
man beings as to rats. ' Red
squill poisons only rats.

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Low Cost -, Long Term LOANS "
, FOR FUTURE SECURITY.DEPENDABILITY .
SEE CAli WRITE "
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Lebanon NatioDal Farm' toaD,
ElLIS H. STURM,
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FIRESTOf4E'TlRES'
AND BATTERIES
TEXACO SERVICE
8. MAIN PHONe 13M
WAYNE8VILLE, OHiO
Il didn't cost liatk in 'the depreaion
of 1933 to But I cimes .
changed. Today"prices 9 automobiles, autOmotive
prOducts, Psoline, service and parkin&,. have,
spiraled through th, ceilipg, bill .,,01 Gr"bOMfId
Itlres. Ther.;le lower ,than they", were in 1933
despite increased 'Cosu of new buses, terminals,
lupplies as' never '
, before, you.en'j.oy'lmcre save
tra'vel y"en yon travel .

WAYNESVILLE DRUG Store
2-121 '
WAYNESVIlLE TO
One , Round .
Way Trip ;
LEBANON $ '.20
XENJA . , .3Q . :56 '
CINCINNATI .98 1.,78
COLUMBUS ' 1.61 2.93
'SPRING VALLEY .15 ' .30
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PAGE 6 THE MIAMI GAZETTE
\MAVNE8VIL,LE, OHIO , No. 4359
T H U R 8
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0 A V, MARCH 11, 1948
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MARRIAGE LICENSES '
Edward Shaw, 22, OregQnia,
farmer, Elizabeth Jane Sexton, 17,
Oregonia. .
NEW CASES
' Floyd Scnoonover vs. Dorothy
Schoonover, divorce, gross neglect,
Young and Youllg.
Albe'I'ta Van Meter vs. Jay Van
Meter, Jr., divoree, gross neglect,
C. Donald Dilatul5h.
Walter Bunce VB. E. M. Busing-
er, for money only a.m.ount claimed '
$147.10 and costs. '
Ruth Marie Purks vs. Raymond
Elwood Purks, divorce, extreme
cruelty, C. Donald Dilatush.
T!he American Loan and Realty
Co. vs . . William and ' Shirley Mae
Malott, to foreclose chattel mort-
gage and judgment in amount of
,422.27 with interest. and
Young. .'
The Sand Y Construction Co:
VB. Cbarles and- C'arrie Weingart,
for foreclosure of echanica. lien
and judgment in &mouqt of ,1&57 .
and c,9sts . &180 allowance of at.,
torneys' feel.
Jean Frisch, VB.
Ralph Friael\,_ divorce, grOS8 ne-
gld, Thomas Stubbs. '
Ethel Lake VB. Ed Bennett,' re-,
plevin, Meryl B., Gray.
Walter Thomplon va. Elizabeth
Thompson, divorce" extreme cruel-
ty, Meryl S. Gray,.
Harry Gray,' Jr., VB. Effie ' Mae
Gray, divorce, gr011 neglect, C.
nonld DUatua-b. '
Walter 8eott VB. Martha Scott,
cUvorce, extreme cruelty" O. Don-'
aId DJ1atJllh. ' ,
" Dwln Bryant VB. Frances
min:ot, dfvare.,
cruelty, C. Dftatuah. '
, .
COIIMON-PLEAS
, '
.
Evalene Wilder .va.. Gilli. Wilder.
. to ' ptalotlft, ehJldren .to
- plaintiff. . ..
, 'Loui.e Balttn-n.. Rat Bastin, di
, votee to plalntitf, plaintiff re-
to fermer' name.; ot -J;ouise
. ; :
.'ayaes.e ' ..
NatiOaal Buk
Michael . .
,Ella Casson vs. Truman Casson,
case dismissed without 'recOrd,.
Margaret Pursley vs. Cecil Purs-
ley, hearing. set for March 11 at 10
PROBATE COURT
Estate of Henry Heiden, dec'd,
Harry Heiden appointed executor.
. Estate of Elmer Sheets;
Jennie Sheets appointed adminis-
tratrix 'giVing bond with sureties
in the Stun of $2600.
- " Estate of Ida M. Sill, dec'd,
Arthur Anderson ex- '
ecutor.
Estate of William Greathouse,
. dec'd, W. Ches'tel' Maple appointed
administrator . giving bond with
sureties in the sum of $4000.
Estate 'of Namon E. Landen, deed
. Czzic Landen appointed executrix
, to tc of ' Ernesb Gorsuch, dec'd.
Li : zi Gorsuch, exefutrix inven-
tory approved.
Estate of Angeline Martz, dee'd,
Henbert , Martz, administrator in-
ventory set for March 15
at 10.
Estate of Lloyd Clemmons,
dee'd, NeJ.'IVa Jane Clemmons, ex-
ecUtrix inventory hearing set for
Mar.ch 22, at .10.
Estate of Carrie Speidel, dec'd,
Geot.ge executor inven-
tory hearing' set for March 22 at
10.
Estate of George H. Beel, dec'd,
Meryl B. Gray, Commissione'r re-
port approved.
Estate of Henrietta Seibert,
dec'd, Eugene Seibert, admhlist!-,a-
tor inventory hearing se.t for
March 17 at 10. ."
Estate of Lennie Whitacre" de'c'd
Blanche Whitacre, administratrix
filed first and final account.
. Estate of James O. Price, dec'd,
Gertrude 'Price, admin.istratrix in-
ventorY approved.
'Estate , of Catherine Hildeb'rand,
dec'd, Geotge Hildebrand, executor
inventory app.roved. .
Estate of Isaac E. -Treon, dec'd,
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Lorain and Evelyn McFarland, .lot
in ,Franklin.
Harry and Ada Smith to Cledus
David Lamb, 0.29 acre in Watne
township. ' .
Chat:les Weissmann to Robert
and Alma Sprouse, tract in ' Salem
and Washi1l2ton townships.
Robert and Alice Osborn to
Robert and Alma Sprouse, 2 lots in
Morrow. . ,
E. P. Powell to Clyde C.rr, lot
in Franklin.
Vivian L. Blair' to J.r.
and Mary Hof-fman, 54.80 'acres' In
Clearkcreek twp.
Bertha Ellenbarger to Otis and
'Robert Curtis, 0.25 acre in ' Har-
.
N eva and Earl Davidson to
Perry and Florence Osborne;. 0.98
acre in 'I>odds. .
Benjamin,Blackburn to 'Pearl and
Louise Williamson, .0.616 acre .in
Clearcreek twp.
Mattie Settles , Gra, to John and
Ida Jear;a lot in Lebanon,
Henrietta and Henry Dawson to
Breck Herald, 282.40 acres in
Wayne twp. .
Vernon and ' Elaine CarloCk to'
Owen 0.118 acre in Wash-
ington, twp. '
Nancy Fred . to Julius Fred, lot
in Lebanon.
The Commercial Realty. Co. to
.fohn and Cleda mery, 1.23 acres
in Franklln twp.
Lela May Simpson to Stella
Hays, 0.35 acre in Washington
twp:
Stella Hays to George Hedge,
0.85 acre ' in Washington twp.
Edwin and Thelma Tamplin, to
Luther and Edith Haines, 65 aeres
in .Wayne twp.
Charles and Grace Woods to Or-
-rille. and Irene Phillips, 50' acres
in Hamilton twp.
hearing-eet for ?Iareh 18. at 10. . tW ...
Anna Treon, executrix inventory . . ,. __ .
, Estate of Rudolph St. ,Jobn, -. - 7.01 ..
dec'd, Jewel' St. John, executrix <.. c. ., ,
filed application for transfer of .
real estate; gross value of estate The '1'947 survey of eJ{g mar-_
is ,17,981.65. ketin,g'.in two Ohio cif.ies showed
Estate 01 Robert A. McCutcheon that the. greatest number of eggs
de'C'd, H. Z. Gray appointed ad- per were used by the two
ministrator de' boni8 non giving lowest . Income groups. .
bond with in-th8:?8um. of ma.-,Y-have been meat SUbSlbtut
$80,000. - es.
EState of Hen" Weis, dec'd, 'The number. of sheep and
Mary Well appointed administra- lambs on feed In U. S . . on
trix . giving 'bOnd with lureties In January 1, t 94 8, the small- ,
sum of $11,&00. , est for that pate sance 1928.
Estate, of Charlel. O. Thompson, tack of for cut
dec'd Licla appointed 60 per cent In the
Southw:e.st. " . .
--Estate of George Bacon. 'dec'd. Any.plant can. oe kdled' by
PROSPECfIVE TEACHERS
OFfERED
FOR 4 YEARS AT .0. S. U.
They tell of a. theater in
Kansas that ad vertised (. Mother
Wore' 'Tik'hts, and Selected
Shorts." Reminds us oJ the one
- Ohio State University will of-
fer 88 tuition scholarships _ up in Richmond, Ind., recently.
one to each county in the state The marquee said "Two .
-next autumn quarter, for Hits: "The Eg-1{ and I".
students who desire to become __ ...................... ..
teachers in the
schools, P'resident Howard L
Bevis has announced.
I.
Aimed at tl.1e acute
shortage of teqchers in elemen-
tary education, the 88 scholar.-
ships, wort.h about $8,000 an
nually, will be for the full four
years required to complete the
training. Arrangement also will HOURS:
be made to assist the scholar- 9- t 2 each morning
ship holders to earn a portio.n, 1.-5 afternoons except
of their other expenses by jobs Weqnesday
at the university, Dr. Bevis
adcled. '
The procedure of applying-
for the scholarships is being'
worked out by a cOflllittee
headed by Dr. Bland L. Strad-
ley, vice-president of the Uni-
and scholarship chair-
man.
There are 21,81 o elementary
school positions in
Ohio with an annual demand of
about '2,500 trainees. The com-
binedoutput of the 25 teacher
training <turing 1948
will be 851, leaving a deficit of
some 1,500 for the state.
: Join the Easter Parade, even
if you don't buy new
Coats, suits and dresses clean.-
ed our way, you'll agree, look
as shop new as tl1e day you
bought then:t! .
S {, .ft
CLEANERS
7 -9
Other evenings by
Appointment
TELEPHONE 62-R
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Optometric Eye Special,1st
26 South Detroit Su-.et
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.Ballots must be deposited at
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either adult 01' tickets, 0\'
gl'Ol8 alUe of 8sta1ie is .865.26. , pr;e.venhng the grow!h of lea'ves
. . aEAL BSTAD TJtANSFERS' . that scanty fee4
" - been grazed too early. 10 the .
WA r IVES Viii E. 0.
9 P. March t 5.
Courtney Combs to Gil- spring" too c1psely the
, bert, lot in South Lebanon. -summer or too late an the fall.
Besie Keever ' to CharI .. ' Wag- Green lea,ves' feed plant roots.
goner, 0.21 UN' in
JeaH and to um ..... 0U88DUD ADa
3 'PIECE BOUDOIR AND BED LAMP SETS
$7.25 and $8.30 I
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,2 PIECl BOUOOlR LAMP ,
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" AMERICAN IiEAU1Y ELEcrRlC IRONS $12.65 ,
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WALL PAPER - LARGE ASSORTMENT - BEAU,TiFUL '
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PA'ITERNS .
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BOX. CANDY EAsTER. WRAPPED '
, , $, 1.'25 to $1.75 .'
,ALSO A SELECTION OF CHOCOLATE EASTER EGGS-
lb. and 1 lb.
59C aDd Igto

ALSO Large SelectiOD of Easter cards. "
PHONE 2121
NEW CENTURY CLUB HAS ,
FLORIDA AND CANADA
TOPICS ON PROGRAM
f
TWIN LENSES
by
FOX HOLl.Y
On Friday afternoon, March Mr. and Mrs. LO'irv and Mr.
5 the New Century' Club met No seasolled poliitlcians are and Mrs. Haper from. SpringfIeld
at the Wen in CeQter the people. of be- called Ion Dr. ' and Mrs. F. l3.
ville. Miss Minnie Dodson was c'ause advane camp,algnmg for Sunday afternoon.
hostess at luncheon, enjoyed by Waynesville's Tycoon of 1948 Mrs. Aman,da Hartrum was
23 member.s. is slow to get under way. Ballots the dlnner o'uest Sunday at the
. . are drifting in at the Boxof- to. b t H
After a brief busmess seSSIOn, fice, with promise of ,the usual home of her son] Mr.. Al er .
the president furned the meet- 'Apooto finish", but: this week Stubbs and familY ,
let the campaign 'ROAR!! If Miss 'Minnie Dodson enter-
Alva Tho. mpson. . ' you have'n't filled out your bal- tained . the New Century Club
lot, DO IT NOW! Surely you "at a delightful lun,cheon at
THE ,MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE.
WAYNE8VILLE, OHIO No. 4359
T H 'U' R SO A Y, MARCH 11, 1948
Miss Ruth Chandler.
I Mrs. F. B. Gregg spent SUIl-
day with Mr. and Mrsl ' Tom'
Foster a their home near Fo's-
'ters.
Mrs. 'Lucile Armitage
ed Eas'fern Star tn Leban,on on
Mon,day night.
SPARTANS LOSE FIRS'!"
GAME AT DISTRICT
PLAY-OFF IN OAKWOOD'
Waynesville School's
basketball tournament ' hopes
\vere smashed Saturday after-
noon when the Warren County -
champi ons were 3
25, by Montgomery County
J Miss Dodson read an account have a deserviRR: fri,end in town Wishing Well nn 111 Ce;ntervllle
written by a friend, abouL her who you think fills the bill .. Give ' n Friday. Tho.se from
trip to the Singing Tower at him or her a chance to , wm the the Home besIdes MISS Dodson
Lake Wales, Fla. The tower is honor the splendid prizes were Mr's. Evalyn Peterson and
built on the highest point in by Waynesville's mer-
Florida, 325 feet above sea Don't be slow, Joe. Only
' third-place Randolph team.
. ' Wil ur Florence paced the
in the
game of the yea'r )Vlth 11
Thompson had SIX and VIckers
likewise was
parked 1 'itn 11-point 'man,
Haber. '
The' box score follows:
Waynesville: fg ft Pta. '
Thomp on ' 2 2 6
Vickers ' 2 1 5
rna lIwood 0 1 1
, impson
Dakin
Floren"
Randolph
Haber
1. 0 2
,00 0
3 5 11
fg ft pta.
S 1 1.1
o 1 1
level. At one time it was' a 5 days left to GET HEP!
place gf worship for the In- The Twin picture ballots
dians. Edward Sok, the donor found on the Theatre's March
of this beautiful gift to America, mailin O' card, are comino' in fast.
felt it was a proper place to ;'" ,..
stablish a sanctuary for birds If you w'ant any speCial movies,
d f II f At th
get your ballot in for the rna-
an or a 0 us. e en- naO' ement will endeavor to sec- .
trance, one may read this to.
of John Burroughs: "I ure In future bookin,gs those pic-
come' here , to tInll myself; it is tures t1) ,e most reo
. th uests. -
so easy to get lost m e BRJEFVIEWS: , A T win
world./J Western Bill Frida I and, Satur-
Mrs. Thomp'son reviewed the day, ALONG THE OREGt}N
book: "Mrs. ' Mike," by 'Ben- TRAIL (Rep) AND M KY
.iamin and ' Nancy Freedman. RIVE.R (Col. )
This is a story of a -girl from Esther Williams returns in her
Boston who ,on ' a visit to her natural element as the aqua.
uncle in Canada, met and mar- star of MGM's Technicolor mu-
ried a member of the North- ' sical, "This Time' for Keeps,'
w st Mounted Police. unday and Monday. This is a
The , next will be at big picture, includes Jimmie Du.
the home of Mrs. F. U. LeMay rante, Johnnie Johnston, Lauritz
in Lebanon on April 2. Melchior, Xavier Cugat arid his
C. Palm r
O. Rose
I. Mulford
V. Hill
E. Ramby
R. Gons
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154
148
119
724
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156
172
104
154
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wanke
Woolery
Mumma
Kern
Kennert
Woodard
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2 , 1 5
, band. WB News, also. It leads
" The up to the Patrick's pay
al W0J11en met qn Wednesday Special "Tycoon;" p I a y i ng
at the home of Mrs. W. Wednesday and Thursday. "Ty-
H. Madden. About 19 guests anp ,coon'" is RKO's mammoth'
friends were present. A. guest Technicolor. picture, of 1948, a
speaker enjoyed. saga' in the \vorld's biggest set-
1 0 2
o 1, 1
Dr. and ' Mrs. H. E. Hatha- ments were served by Mrs. Ahce ting - the untamed Andes,
way had a Sunday afternoon , Croll, Mrs. Waite( Sheehan, about the titanic of a
guests' . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. A. T. Polinsky, and Mrs. . man who moved.
Davis and four sons of Brook:' W. C. Johrt. bla'Sted tunnels; ' floods,
ville. Mr. and Mrs. Davis and " but met his challenge
three sons' were ormer neigh- 3 \vhen a women of luxury invad-
bars of pro and M'I-so' Mrs. Una Madden 11 ed his world. 'It stars
___ (Mn. , Loo ,Du-
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WE ,PLAN- A SERVICE FOR
THE, since it is they '
who keep, the final , tribute in
lasting
Therefore, " between., us and
the family we 'ser,ve, tHere is al-' ,
, the closest cooperation.
I ,\
,
,'UNTIL MARCH"'!S
6 PER' cENT DiscOUNT ON '
:, COMPLETE AUTO ACCESSORIEs '
LUBRiCATION 4 ciErmw. REPAIRS
CARS WASHED
WRECKER. SERVICE
l. 'KIER, Proprietor
Main & Miami Sti. Phoae 2341
rocher to youse Base Bailers!)
' and John Wayne. "Tycoon'
needs little attentipn --from me.
y ou've it advertised wide-
ly especially in Li1fe's arresting
full color page. 'Nhai DOES
need attention ' frc)m us .all
. OUf local Tycoon gf Waynes-
,. ville for 1948. ' YollJr ballot is in
this issue' of your Miami Ga-
zette. Vote now and until.Marcii
15th for ,your. e'andidate. The
winner will be presented his or
her prizes on the 'Twin sta'ge
' the night of Ma. rcb t 7, Wednes-
Gi,ve your candidate a
chance! VQTE NOW!!
Mary Ellen Jr Fisher was ab
. $en f. fop a froJ!l ' tile
box offIce, at the ';"'NIN. wel-
caine 'her back and glad 'she
, is feeling. fine ' again. We. tha'nk
Mary Stansbury JOt 'taking over
in her absence .. 'It. ' isn't an easy
,job to at. ,a
Another behmd-tlle-scenes Item
we take for grant jed. Sellfng iic-' , '
kets is only a part of the cash-
ier"s ,job. Sbe must keep -track
of ,every licket sold"by number
-this for the F.C(i1eral tax ..
up. She must ngtire the ,tax on
the before she
closes 'the bGx,.o:rfice. Her fig-
u'res must tally w'ith, the tickets
and with the chanfe that the
Qas her at
, the start of the On'ce
a week she must' maKe out the
payroll and' distribute, the pay.
Right now , must find out
where ' people arje ,from, as the
Twin is taking, a geographical
census of its pati-'olis. And thru-
' out it aU she passes
the time of day with her .neigh.
bor"S thru the box-office glass.
, It ,takes more than a pretty faCt!
to make a goq1' cashier, yes?
Mr. and Mrs. rold B. E;arn-
hart and tam attended the
fine program. by the
onic B Square of the Fri-
g-idaire Plant at oraine City on
Saturday even
,FRI. It SAT.--Along The <1teaoa Trail'-
ANJ}-5moky River Setenacle- -..."
5UN.-MON
MGM', ' StaJ--Splashed Hit! '
, Ballots Before
9 Po' M. MARCH 15 ,
,. .-
This Coupon Entit\es ' 'Bearer
t,o a FREE Box of Pop Corn.! t
!:FREE I '
GROCERIES - DINNERS DRY CLEANING, ETC,
ETC, ALL GOES TO WAYNESVIU.E'S TYCOON. GET
YOUR FRIENDS TO V.OTE FOR YOU - BALLOT ,ON
PAGE. '
TYCOON PRIZE DONORSa
Hyman's, B. & :R. Cleaners, Waynesville' DrugS, 'lacy's
Meats, ,Gray's Barber Texaco- Station, Smith's Rest-_
urant
-
rid of this year. One of the
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PAGE 7 ' THE M1AMI GAZETTk
WAVNE'8VILl;.E, OHIO No. 4359
T H U R a ,DAY, MARCH 11, 1948
SAXTON-SHAW WEDDING
HELD AT PARSONAGE -
March , farm maR;azines, has , an '
article about rid of it. Ilwtl#nwA,
They say cultivation and fertiliz- ' , VI HA..I
er will do the ____ BY 1lf. CONSERVATION DlvislOII A "ARM DIARY
I '
by D. J. FRAIZER
shine this says, ome - '- - _ 7=_ A __
out and to work,' but that
cold east wind says, ("Stay in
Last ,Thursday evening at
6 Mr. Edward C, Shaw and
Miss Elizabeth Jane Saxton
both of Oregonia...: were united
'in marria,g-e at tne Methodist
in Waynesville by the
Rev. R. B. Coteman. single
... ring vow was used. They were
accompanied by Mr. and Mr.s.
George Miller also_,of Oregonia,
who st,?od with them the
so lehllllzatio n.
where it is nice arid warm."
March 5, t 948. "stars of the Another sale this week
Summer That is the way, out toward Harveysburg. 1 went
an old song starts but, what we , but I did not stay except
would sing about right now 'are' enoll,g-h to R'et a sandwich and a
the' stars of these cold early piece of pie. A group of women
spring, or more exactly, .late from were servinK
winter nights. It has been too lunch and 1 never saw sucn a
cold to go out and enjoy them mob trying to get
but when we out of church They served in the basem'ent
Thursday night everyone ex , ,g-arage, a' room with a
clatmed over their beauty. Who counter where the people were
, can tell me what the planet is lined up four and five deep wait .
Grade Scheol Notes in the west about nine o'clock. to something'. By the
, It looked too to be anything time' my turn came the ham
(By Mias Hardin) i.dt l'eHUS but It seeined rather sandwfches were aJI"gone but I
We have thr:ee new pU!,its late ,; r V e'lllI' to be that in did a chicken sandwich and
this week from Kentucky: They i.l s",y. a. piece of pie. They were out of
are Martha. Lou Herald in \ The psalmists were students cups ,about that time so I didn't
sixth grade, Hazel Ann in the and watchers of the stars. It wait to any coffee. It wasn't ,
second and Randle in the tbird. . might do our troubled world that there were not lots' of peo-
Miss Day wishes to thank all good if the rest of us looked at pIe working and that they hadn't
those 'who remembered her the stars more often. A woman provided lots of food. There
with cards and letters during told me once that she always . were so n1any people who want-
her illness. Mrs. Lawrence looked, out at the sky the last ed to eat that J wondered how
Brown substituted for her last thing at night, that. it seemed to ' many were out there bidding or
week. do her to watch the stars whether everyone was in trying
Mrs . .paine's second and third for a moment. "The. Moon ahd to' eat. I ,heard however that
grades have completed their the stars which .Thou has ordaln- thin,!{s went well, so' some one
contest. in obedience and re ed". said tbe ,psalmist, "What is must ha ve heen oidding, ,
fraining f.rom talking. . Prizes Man that Thou are mindful of And by the way, don't
' were awarded to the following: him and the son of man that the' Red Cross.
Second grade: Betty Cooper Thou visitest him." Lo k up the _---:.... ___ -....,.._
and Sammy Bailey' TJiird ei,e:hth psalm and read the rest DISTRICT
Grade, Louise La ni b it,n d- of it. Mahn'b
has
thte d
t
o. E'. S. CHAnERS '
. Cbarles McKeever, Another the eart ut w 1(\ ar,e we omg
contest for ' the ' next weeks ' with it? SCHEDULE '
is now in progress. This time of yeal:..when every- 1948 lrispections by Worth
----..-. ---- .. one is signinsf up for c.onserva- (Jnind Matron. Zena Watkins:
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fromm tion payments and makmg p'lan ' June 16 Lynchburg, May 24
had as Sunday dinner guests, for the coming 'year is a good Greenfield, Worthy Grand Pa-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyder and till!e to about what we are . tron, Eugene B. Bacher. April
daughter of Springf.ielQ. " domg With th,e land: good , 12 Hillsboro AsSo. Grand Pa.
lIi.-Qreat Atlantic: Itate.
bUaanl.l_
farmers we thmk of It from the t W u' Ow
th
t ron, m. fl. el1,
view. point of e crop,s I IS by .Deputy Grand
going to yield. As landscape Matron
1
Lucile 'Ste'rit,z .
. gardeners and we of Mat:ch 11 Franklin. March 20
th'e 11 WIll. As Warren, Harveysburg, April 'L
wild 'hfe we Mason, April- 9 Le e s .
think of it in terms of food and b ' A 'I M' . W
shelter for wild life. But as. be- urg, 10 IflmJ ayne.s-
)'Ieve' rs In God w,e must think of ville, April 20 New Vienna,
April 27 ' Carey, Blanc
all these things, for poor land . May 3 Wilmington, May -5 __
produces poor people. It seems row, May' 7 New Burlington,
needless to say these May 25 Martinsville, May 28
ftarut Leigh.on, Splling.
about it? 'They say that $10,000 CONTEST
cows and sheennow tile dif! 0 "
ference between pasture that has PEN TO STATE'S
. been fettilized that which YOllNG
and that for Ohio junior growers whose
Ism O'r e members' 'won seven in ...
.. .
S'IIOWS
'THAT FEW
RAISED IN PENS
AND RtLEASED I}/
THE WILD $J/OW UP
IN GAM!: 8 A.;; S
nourlshment '.m hay' good the" 1947 production and mar-
fIom. P.
9
fh .. 'of. " .-:. ... fI,htlng ald. 10 ..... m
v
, Ma
ftv
a farm " :&
We I a I p ,e JunIO! ' ,vegetable C ro we r s' ''''' ., r ."
C!ther that, IS Jhe fust ASSoclatabl), will another ' cI .. .' Id d L: h d ' I
thiS that were QPJlOrtunity in 1948 to ,improve accl .nt cou U 1IjJ. avo .y avln, mo .m ctrlc '(
anle to . dq' any. We said tlleir records. , II.h"",'n"o'" and ,OU can wh .... ,OU ......
, i
,U. TIle AliDaaac
Check The Weather
, But Use "
,', GAZETFE CLASSIFIED
, ' ADS
fall thaLthls we gomg In the , " " , "
do some w!nter Ohio boys and O'irls bel'ween the Iilng th'r. I. much I dan , 0' trip. and fa., PI ... " of '-
as usual we didn't. We have aft A ' d" ' I' .
f' I'd f 1 t ' lanted heat ..lfe ages 0 "'" an :2 f are now e I ,,,ht to, ... what you. ... doln, .p ds morn;", and ,
,0 a p w. ;" gible to compete ,for the'6,- '._ .,
are wonderJllg-about. 1s It 000 in aRl'icultura:1 seholarshlps .v.nl .... chor ahd ... duc flr . 'arm bulldln,
. 0 do anhthm
g
, or not? ,Some . offered by A' & P Food 'Stores, . " "
we wheat .each ,year. ' . In the yard, -carefully .. plac.d r.fI.cto; unit. dl.cou..ai. ' ,
late ' Junior growers , can enroll ", '
had Just the same a,mount of through their local 4-H .club ' prowl.r. and poultry thl.v a. w.11 a. marauding
as a:v:rage on our )ea(;iers or and through i I'
farm but ;the cold cam ... last instr:uctors in vocational agri.
bef.o!e thiS came uP. w.c: are culture: . ', ' ..
. PRoila YOUR .yiS WITH ELECTRIC UGH' waIting to, what It ,to , In additio.n, this yea' r ' s
do, IS a , of brome NJVGA pf,ogram will "In.
sedge that we are gOtnR' to try to elud.e the juhior growers' an-
contest ,
, "
To Buy, SeD. Rent,
LoaD, BOrTow
1
'
Any TbDe, of The l' ear
, ' .
R.adlng, wln" 'account keeping and .chool hom.:'
, , ,
work ar. hard on ,he eyes unless, plenty of good light I.
AUaIONE:ERING
,STANLEY KOOCLER
, BROKERS LICEN8E ,
FOil O.te., Phone '28M. W.vn ville.
avallabl . Modem electric lighting ,enable. the whole fcimll,
to do, elo e)fe at once without huddling around a
""gle and ,without working in ' '0; For
Ohio. Reve""-C"'ra
,8UILI)INGS (HAtTELS LIABILITY '
"4-WAY FARM: I
the lat t Information on farm Ughtina, see your County \ '
iu the Ohio Pumen will &lve you pro,*"oo against
oia JOUr farm. It COftfI JOUI' bUild.iap, yoUr )'OUt automobile .
aDd UabillC)' for' acd....... odlen. Wh, DOt Me 1U today?
Yoa ..., rout. ale wIND JOUtN .... 0bJ0 'armen'
INOME TAX
, .... '
SERVICE '
call
C. E. MlatENER
..... 2928
\
Agricultural Agenfor the, Farm-Representative of The Dayton' I
" , . . I
Pow.r and light Company .erving your neighborhood.
. (
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Tun. lit - "MOUI' O. CMAI",,' Sunda" 5130 , M,!
. -WH'O-IONALD COlMAN. 'uNda" 9130 ',M.
..
III lA"' . 11 111.1 C .I'
CLAs.8IFIED AD R,ATES ,
10 PER WORD MINIMUM 25c
REAL'ZESTATE
J/.arvB'I6tulVJ
The Junior Class play entitled
" Handle With, Care' was pres-
ented at the School. Auditorium,.
Friday the
tion of Mrs. LIllian S. Carr. ,
R!,of. and Mrs. H. C. Milligan
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moore
were weekend houseguests ot
Rev. William Moore at his par-
onage near Norwalk. , Rev.
Moore previously ,vas pastor of
the local Methodist Church.
--,
, ,
been quarantinedl with scatlet
fever, at her dormitory in Wil-
mington She IS report
ed to be satisfactor-
ily.
A Public Auction held at
the farm of Bert Bard, 1 mBe
west of the village Wednesday.,
The Community helpers were 111
cnarge 'of the dinner.
Mr. Louis Thompson was a
Sunday guest of 'relatives in
Athens.
.'
(Th,e following copy , was omit-
ted ' last' week due to lack ,of
space.) ,
Mrs. Emerson Dill was sup-
per guest Thursday of
Mr. ,and Mrs. Ralph Dill in
Spring VallF,Y. .
Mr. and Mrs. George SIT)Jth
of Dayton ' called on Mr. and
Mrs. Raym'ond Smith Sunday
afternoon. , "
THE MI,AMI GAZETTE PAGE ,A
WAYNESVILLE, No. 4369
T H U R S DAY, MARCH' 11, 1948
DON':r FORGET TO CALL
us for Insurance. All type.s of
Insurance at a savings. Call
Francis Gene Brown, phone
\Va nesvi11e 2935 or call
c91lect. Wilmington 211 t.
Real E.tat.e For 5al_.
IF' YOU HAVE A PROPBRTY OR
PARM TO SmLL can or :write
cion He derson, Tel. KES44e, &1'1
Lorain Ave., Dayton, .obio. tfc
,. Mr'. and Mrs. Auzwood Mar-
tain have moveti into the home
belonging to Frank McCarren
on the Avenue. Mrs. Martain is
the former, Mi ss Sh.id.;
akeJ'.
A bridal 'showet ' was
by the Commumtv Helpers
Tuesday evening: compl'imenting
Mrs. Auzwood Martain.
MrS. Everett Bunnell ' was
taken to the Miami Valley Hos-
pital unday evening. ' , '
Harrison county farmers are
trying ,an experiment of ,grow-
theit fences on the fe(nce
line. EiJrht landowners this
spring will set enough mulitflora
rose plants to provide 60 rods
of [.encing when the, plants
their in from four ' to
eight years. The mature phint is
about feet high and about
the same width. The rose
provides a good crop of berries
,for birds.
Mr . Hazel Gruber and fam-
ily . pent Monday evening with
Mr. and ,Mr. Everett Bunnell A. C. Tomlinson (ttt)
and fainily. ,
ROOM W ANTED-

Furnl h d room wante 1 with
m d 'rn onv ni en e'. Ph. ne
.. 662. Carl W. Lac ' , -34
,
ROOM FOR RENT-
R m to Rent for one gentie-
man Phon 2171 - . 11 . ,
FOR SALE-
P ttable "g-at. s for 'ten\porary
pen. Ph ne 21 6 after 6
p. M. , . - 1,8
Good C al ' H
ear.,. Paul
F R ALE- ' Handsome 0ifts-
China Tea Service, China
alad Plafes and Cut Gtas
di hes.
Mrs Peterson '
Friends Home, Waynesville,
Ohio. -318
" ,
Home Comfort Range. , ,
, C. E. Michener, Phone 2926
-311
lOST ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cotner
and daughter ', Mado-e Anne of '
Wifmington were Sunday after-
noon guests ' of M,r. ana Mrs,
Auzwo d Martai n.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Tucker ,
and ,M,iss Evalyn
Tu ker wei'e undar. ' dinner
guests of ,the Tucker
la'w, daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
James ' Park and of
Cinci nnai i.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred herwood,
Mrs. A. . Collett and Mrs.
Laura Shidaker \V re 'Sunda'y
afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Elbon of Oregdhia.
The W. C. T. ,U. [n titufe met
for an all day the
home of Mrs. Frt:d herwood
Mrs. Lfme, County
PI' sideht of the ,organization
from Franklin was in charge ,of
devotions and the' speaker was
Mrs. Ruth Hadley state' director
from Wilmington.
Mrs. W. Carl Brown enter-
tained Miss Esther Prather, Mrs.
Floyd Hook and Mrs. Hiram
George at a dinner at her home
Friday evening. '
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cook
and family of Waynesville were
Monday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. Carl Br0wn.
Mrs. Lena Hart ock pent a
fe,w da, s durin.g- the , past we k ,
With her' Mr.
and Mr. Gene IEllih,!,!'t nand
liaughter in Eaton.
Mr. , and Mrs. Karl [i ,1 tt f
Jam stown wer Sund' t ev n ,
guest 9f M r, and M t,'. A.
H. Eamhart.
, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence' Ling
and family pent Monday even-,
' in,Q' ,with Mr. . and' Mrs. Ernest,
Hass and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ever tt Bunnell
and family' were StipP ' r , 'Ui..
Thur ia eveninR; of his par
nt Mr. and Mr . Bert Bunnell
f near Wayn s){,jlle .
Mr . Ali Turman j p nd-
ing ,1: f w da with Mt. and
Mr ' ., e\\' c C mesto-ck and
family f B n v
, Mrs. Thelma B rge 'd
i aug,hkr Nan ,y Lou of Bea ver-
town called (1m Mr. ,and Mrs. Lue
M 11 n d a V afternoon.
th' r calkr wel'e Mrs.' Rob rt
, I Greene, MI". Wilbur Steveson '
Mr. and Mr. E:Tm'er Compo and Andrew UpchOrch of Da _
ton, Mr. an f Mrs. Everett Men- t
denhalJ, Mr. and MI'. Je se on
Mr
and Mrs. Thomas sp n
Shanks of New Burlington 'and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Lue
Mrs. Amanda Hnrtrul1l weI' " ,
unday. afternoon g-uests of Mr. M d M L
and Mrs. A. H. tuhbs and fam- r. an rs. eWls Crawford
'I ' , of Xenia spent Sunday with Mr '
I y: and Mrs. Clarence Crawford. .
M d M . E ' t '8 tt Mr. and Mrs. Trumbles of
r. an rs., me u er- near WayneSVille spent Frida
NORR',S BROCK COMF!ANY
Cincinnati Unio1' StOCk Yards
Live Wi rt' and proQr.aalve. An
orafilniza\lon a.cond to none.
Strlotlv a.llera Qn the ' o.eat
all around market In t)1.
cauntry. ' ,
SERVICg THAT SAT-IS,FIES
WHIO Dayton 12': 30 E. S. T.
Dial 1800, WLW Inoinnn tl
12:40. Dial 700. tor Our, D1-Llly
Market ReJ)ol't. w,orth and Mrs. Lena Hartsock evening- 'with ' Mr and Mrl
were among' the R,'uests on Sun- '- Ernest Hasga. .
when Mr. ,find Mrs .. Stacey Mr. and Mrs. Hit GibsOll
wlth,a fam- 'Mr. and M..-s Morris (ewis and WAN TED
lly d.lnne.r at their bome In Cen- Mrs. Everett Bunnell attended , DW. , .,. 8'1',0, CK
tervJlle. the funeral of their uncle Mr. ...."
M
.,.. '. ' Albert Poff in ' Dayton at the .' , ' COWS $1'3.00
. r. J. K. a former Weaver Funeral Home last ' ' HORSES '$12.00
LOST-Probably on desk shelf
in bank, Shaeffer fountain
pen. Reward. Please return at
Gazette office.
, The' 'B .. Y. F. of Jonah's Run
Church .' met at the home : of
Misses Vernie and Prances Hen-
, kins, Sunday e.vening. '
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cook
,and family and Mrs. Bessie Cook
of Waynesvi1le, Mrs. Osie Har-
lan, arid Mr. and Mrs. W. Carl
Brown all of HarvysburJr were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Davis of Leesburg,.
. . e. , now of ;, Thursday " HOGS $4.00 Cwt.
Cmcmnatl, IS confme t . - Acc--:tll"1 te Siae a Co .. dlllo ..
esda Hospital for observ-ation r. and Mrs. 1 hemas Run- AlIO, All SMALL STOCK
, -31t"
EARl. FRYERS ! ! '!
, ,Start chicks ear!y
fryers--they will be in blJr
Sta rte d sex ed
cockerel ,chicks now a.vatl-
able.
DUNHAM WHITE ROCKS
Phone Wayneavme 2918
' CARD OF THANKS-
WISH TO THANK our
friends for' their kind remem-
brances after 'the death of my
husband, T. N. l'hompson.
Jeannette Thompson and
family.
-311'
, Acetylene and Arc WELDING.
Portable equipment Bill Lee
near , 'Wayne Park. -Phone
2451. --318
PAPER HANGING-
Call at Alva Allen's in Corwin.
, ' J: H. Rainey.
SEED CORN-
JUST ARRIVED
, , DE KALB
-31,8
HYBRID SEED CORN
A: sure yourself of quality seed,
hig-h g-ermination, and to-p
ields by RdtinR; your seed
today. Available now in MF
and 'LF , J.rrades. Phone ot
write or see Leslie Rothman,
R. 2 your De Kalb Dealet
Phone 6 t OaR.
-318
A dollar an acre extra return
fr Ohio's pasture woul add '
'5,500,000 to the state's farm,
income. Improvement wit h
lime and fertilizer will double
the carrying capacity of pas-
ture.
and trea.tment. yon, Mrs. Clarence Crawford, REMOVED PRO""'" v
and Mrs. Anna Lucas called on ...........
The Masonic Inspection and
dinner was held at the' Masonic
Ternp1e, Mondayevenill'g.
A budget was set ' at aro",nd
$175,000 for 'comtp'iling a new
dictionary. It ultimately cost
$544,OQO. Which is prooably a
clearer. definition of a
than any found.in the new dic-
tionary.' ' '
MISS Mary " Lou Moore has -Washington E.veninK'Star ,
BIG M ,.,' yield 'ettlll.e" ... ...
_ d WeI ..,.,1 BIO II fertlllalr ""1 .... .
lOt "BIO, " JaDd JMirfOlJl-' up
, ADd,It'I, ..... that WQ for to diat " IUIe it,
"'=!. , , ., it.twQa ..... lIP to hiPeIt
, OUW Immediate cae- , 1taDcIatde. " ..... cia .. to
.... i. that' 01 eupplplill * ..,&ce. ' , . , . t
.. re IIllh-pota.b-coa..teat ,
.
, 0... ... ".".,... ...,.",..... "
.... Miami Fertlllnr Com pan)'
Of'ICI IN DAY'" OHIO "
'ACI'OaY IN 1I11I1N, 01110
O
,.".. Milulti . ' , ... IiI_ c..., it - '
__ V.,. __
Uftd.,' diftet o.,.,.,iaft 01' II. ow-.
wE1PAFOR
, '
HO,RSES $9.
00
cows $ 11-0() ,$4.00 ewt.
ACCORDING TO SIZE ,AND CONDITION
CALL
X E N I A Fertil
Rev.rae
Char.e.
'4' 54
Mrs. Mattie levi and son W-ell- Phone , _
at the ,home Qf Mr .and XENIA , WILMINGTON
Mrs. Ellswo.rth Smith in Dayton 1712 ',2362
afternoon" Mrs. Levi
remains Quite ill. '
"lAND' _II GRAVEL
, BLACK-TOP DRIVES
TAR ... d ROAD OIL
LAWN and FILL DIRT /
READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATINC _cl- DU.P TRUel' SERVICE
. By SmittY
About two weeks ago, an
Air Force :veteran walked 'Out
of a military hospital in Calif-
ornia . . He had spent four years
in that hospital - 29 months
of iUn C;l body cast - but now
he .going hom.e. He could
orget 'about the broken Qack
provided he kept his
llnder 1,40 pounds,. the doctors
said. 'But it \V'ould be tougher to
forget about the hand he had
lost in the' .,war-time plane
crash.

Home ' to this veteran was
near Van, Buren, Mai1}e - just
as far ,from Califorma as an_
U. S. citizen coul.M possibly
Van Buren is on. the Canadian
border more thai, 400 miles
north of Boston.
Before he could buy tickcl '
the young man's ocket
picked. All hi$ money. was gone
except . a handful of mail
chang-e. He t ok this star, t
a local Red Cross chaptl!r,
whi: h verified the fact that a
lar.e:e slim had beert forwarded
to Ma.ine for him. But be could
11 t a loan f.or his fare. His
parents are not and
W'l no one whom he could WITt!
fur funds. 'So this veteran,
I,V recovered. from a bwRen
set out on a 3
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SERVING. WAYNE'SVILLE SLNCE
. No. 4360
FIVE CENTS A <:OPV '
- .. WlAVNE&VtLLE, OH.lO _ T H UR SO A Y, MARCH 18, '1948

J})ealk6
. MI",IT ARX FUNERAL
F0R DAVIS' S.' BOGAN
Civic .(Iub Elects"
F.'O. Brown President
Davis : 38-year-old Francis Gene Brown was
veteran or the' European theatre elected president . of ' th)e
in World War 11, died ofa Waynesville Civ.ic Club at: the
attack Sunday at the monthly me ting' in the Meth-
home of his mother, M,rs. Ber- odist CLllIrch basem nt . la t
nice iq . ., M.onda ni ght. .
Funeral services were held ' Mr\ 8r \\ n
J
a of
terday,.afternon at the A. H. Wayn ville, is dist'rid manager
ubbs FLlIleral Home with the for Greene, and Clin-
HeY',' J. P, Thornberry of Har;- ton Countie . of Farnt and
veysburg: officiating. Services ,' Home Mutual Insurance Com-
w re alSb held by members of pany. He ' will. SUCCeed AI' T.
the Lebanon post, .y.eterans of Polinsky as club president. r
Foreign Burial was in Other offi0crs' eleC.ted' by the
Miami Civic Club are: amuel
MT.' Bogan was in the Army ,N. Keys, 'vice-president ; ay-
frobl July) 1942, Novem- . nard, Wel:tz, as secre-
ber, 194.'). He received two tary; Ralph Hastmgs, trea
battle' stars on the European Mr. Polinsk and A. H. Stubbs,
Theare ribbon and ' was in ' the members of the executive com-
disastrous aattle oft the Belgian mittee for two years.
Bulge. . ,.' . Mr. keys ' reported on the
. .. In a?dition to ,hlS mother, he lephone sit(lation; stating that
IS survived two Mrs. ' th tators
Edith
n
, .
. Conference .
-Held on Phone Plight
Guy Brentlinger, as istant to
the ptesident f the Ohio Cen.-
tral Tete 'Company, . and
Harol:\ l ur 'er, manager 0
the L . an n cxJ1ange of ' the
compan , . rent two hour" lasl
afternc on e 'J laining' thl
whys ' a 11 ",iherefores 0 f
Waynesville'S telephone
to a of 10cal reo
sidents.
, The was
home of the .. Rev
Ke chairman' of
Th.e frame on .Majn
Street. occupied by the "Idle
Hour" wHl probably
be demolished as a, resuJt of the
fire last Sunday ' night which
cause'd ,about $500 to
the and an unestimated
amount of to thC:!
equipment . of O,"'nle (pat)
Malone.
.
State Fire Inspector Niels(!m .
came ' here Tuesday fro'm Os:-
born, to inspect and photograph
the structure after the' tire. Mr. '
Nielson previously ordered
the . r wir d, ' and this
had not been dO(1e .within the
specified time.
The inspector cnt a recom-
mendation to the state. fire mar-
. hal ' office in C lumbus. that
th h ' ordered ' torn
down. ' Action on the mattei' is
ex e ted h Monda v' Mr. Niel-
son aid th'at even if the ouild-
tnp;, ,ver repaired to its condi-
tion' bef r t il blaz he could
Jl 1 as it, acc6r inK' to
hat' Carmen Crane.
No cau e has bcenfoumi
f r unday's fire, which
tarte in th ba k, ear an out
io r stain a. len il R' into the fl-
par:ment yt!l' Mi an:ti Gazette
fHce. The fir) spread throuR:h
the space between the '
g-ablej roof, and . (
na to chop' the-roof to
P9ur water on it. Since, there .
". as no wi' In tl e area
.d 't rtldi;1! burg; led, an a
Civi Mrs
. tl e OLi mc\nna hen . Bogan ot William ' phone, company represen , J '
G '
ver was turninR: off on Bogan at home, ' and ' Carl Bo- III his liome, last Ftiday bad . e
ra,ce ing' a match. .
73, so veteran _got out III gan Qf ' '. ed on' a friendly basis but
P. . Cl b At' The fire was di covered
Waynesvlllec-l'hat- mas before
t deft a s e 0 f ' s , rogesslve 'l;l. lO'1S p. 01, by Carl Jones, who
8 ' a. m.. He his stand. at the
. tnl e n w rs " n a ew g. Sti
1th
, 'edl- . was walkillK' along the east sid"
curv,e ,on N!>rth Main Street and
A'motion was approved.to be. . o rAc:n on e:. ht of Main Street. He located Con-
awalted a !Ide.
gin ,the task of assigning" street t P s tflble C. Joy in another res- ,
Some hours passed and M d u ' r La ence Ll', b t e h ' ,. au weJ;e.
' f:"urant and theatarm was turn-
h a fli th _ little r. an -m S.= wr num efs. o' very ouse m 'The wiriag of con.necti0ns is . ..
... f,un 'Wr.ir aSnld <a dear wear- are the proud of an as a. follow-up to finished at and is being . ed in. Harty , who lives
gAt i1. t R't 1 . k j h'(1) and one-half. pound son born recent erection of completed at Waynesville's ex- ' in a rQom behyeen Idle Hour
on . th! to Hi, m,ormng. at St,. Ann's signs. moves are : chaage fOr' ,the use 'of two lie'.\ .
y 'Ie b 'p'e Hospttal. . to rosslble home delwery of trunk lines which ,\.rcre strun 0" ' f j .
s ory came out p ce y 1 ce " ' (, ma' ...... ' the ft M'
,'''' hut was , to (I "to tYo back . and
. th the e H s' on _ ' '. j .,re IJl u \,Ire. bet,ween' h'ere a'nd Lebanon III P ,..
to 'Ii' hi I a A pound, eleven BrO\yn. as of the , Pl!Ibhc 1946 which have 'not y r make .. ,sut:e there atually was a
are1te brought out faCt that daughter, Beth. was born . \Vas gl.ven . been put muse. . , blaze: '.
bs left love had no hand 'fa at Mlanll Valley. Hos the numbermg assignment. . The service gtven ,by OJ) . The one of a row
.Jis involuntary pltal to and t,\rs. Olatles, . Two new membe(s mto tors is cllecked and im- OWned by Mrs, Susan Scanlot:l.
, :rt ai.r, 'n the road brought Nolan of WayneSVille., the club I were 0 proved. "
which lias been under sctutiny
out inury. he ..' , . , manager of . . ' an of Mr.. Nielson since a .roof fire
didn't say an- .Mr. and Mrs. t:
a1hs
,Fer.a;ee G. .. ed.lt9r .of. th,e , _ automatic tonnectlon-orea.kmg last, Decembe'r ' over", the Miami
t' S w e r He's'i ns ' and l P.ame are the of a baby . ,Mlall)l . ' ", " device as desirable .. _. even 6azette. Amant!' the new orders
d'dn'1 sound too much girl born March 17, The
1
" ' of 'though . some subscriJjers object of the insnector one for . a (.
like a quiz Rrogntm. 'So: .all I ' at Otan.dview_ Hospital. . . ,pl,};ces dur- . to it is n'o intention of new ' front secti0n of !roof for
know abouf the is is ' <
lOS; the um0J.l service It. . , " the Gazette also o,wn- ,
recorded here. } TO .!lfternoon
b
26, NO,th,ing was promis-, ed, by Mrs. ". .' .
I hope he to Maine wf'fh- ,ANNUM.. , ;was . brought up 'Y ed' on' mstallahon of new tele- ,'.' "
tlut doing' nermanent injury to . ' " . '- anq several, phones but the work is' prQ. 5.()F7BALL . . . l .
I: t' , . " > WayneSVille L!>dge No: .163, their cooperatu)n. . ' R'ressing as are!received, .QRGANIZES rONlGMt .' .' v'
ac. " ' , . F. Jr. M. will , bold , It$ an- ", ' " .' A. new direCtory will be 'is- .: . I
.
. nuat inspection ,Wedne.s- 0IAMP10N 'SPEt' ERS s'ued in ARrl) in which er,rors of s . of
N Ana
. WI.1t ARE 3' EIGHtH 'GRADERS ' the present book are ixpected Assocla-
. e... ' er' wdh a dlnner at ,6:3Q
. \ t ' b . t"'f' d ' " ' uon at .Kler's at 7-:30
. . . . served .by. the, ladies Qf the ,'Waynesv'ille's contestan.ts.' in . a e rec I Ie. y , P. M:. Will a very, nnRortant.
" C t :e the W nes e' chapter of of Eastern .. War'ren:County bee
o.ne,. tQ Bob '0 Regan,
us Q01 .rs If.l ay VI StIr. ,.. .. tonight at L.ebJlnon School
who stded further
Drl!g y( re .ilspecting officer wUl be will be Shirley Ann .Reeves, Bar-'
that franci:lises will be out
asktnt Doc how tie get William a. "Good. of, Pranklin. Stanley, and George He rt-
only to' clubs which have are.,.
the bandage on hiS Tile 'j ooth anniversary of the . sock, all of the " .,(raa.e. There a 'big. n'olse but no presentative, present
:'1 .into a re- will be celebrated this They' were selected sp.l1- 'serious dam.a;ge after- '. week's' was
pl\ed. a, d,o.or blJt}1 roof. faU; ' The cbarter ' was. granted' . d.owns involing ,aU' PUPilS the . noon when a collision occurred . hlghh.(hted by the eJectio.,D of
, Then explained It .so con in 1848 ' and the Sixth, seven(h, ;. and oetween cars operated' by Mrs . . Ralph (Stirn) Edenfield as vice-
vil\cingly. that: the ' lo<Jfe, been" cOQtinu()us grades: -' ,. Howard Brown of Morn's Pan- president ana Ge,orge: Miller as
feally It. Seems Doc operation. Since. that .;The three best spelJe,r.s ,t.he try and .R Springfield man. ' secretary-treasurer, and ' the ac-
was walktng '. around the cor- 'I .' The whJch IS county ' e.venf Will rerresent Mrs. Brown was backinR: in'- ceptance of three local c1Ub.s
!ler of in'go pfanned will feature a visit Warren Caunty on Apri 10 at to a .parking place en Mairi Fairley's Hardware to be
mg: . 11 was s'!Pl'ery underfQot by Grand M.aster of Masons ' a district Jntatch in Dayio'n, . when the Springfield- cat,. naged py Itvin Mulford' Miller's
and. IOf>km, the pathh- . in Ohio, Raymond A. Younger '_ Last year'S winners in the a new Ford, scraped the left Restaurant with at "
way. He t thmk abo.uLt e of. cehna. '. . count.y were Shir.1ev Welch of side of 1941 . <;:hevrolet. the helm' and Kier's Ford Gar-
overhanglng a! the. corner< Wi1liam P. is Master Harveysburg, earotmaria . Kelt- ,E;ach cat had a age its genial proprietor .
of the until hiS bead ot! the local " , of Agnes Noll a'nd the Brown car had Its front X;ier h?lding the
bumped Into it.
. of bent and bf.oken. Con- relDs. . ,
.
' . Miss Mildred Coleman 0/ .
stabTe C. P . . Joy made a. report, . Ha!veysburg. Valley
Mrs: J. B. Chapman writes that for Mrs. Oyde H . M hut no charges were filed. and erther Bellbrook OIY Spring
.tained the ArRunot l\ridRe Oub they have Robert. McGee of ,Before anybody could make ... boro are. expected to re:
on with two sptingtime wltb qocuses, _ nr.,.} M.ass Phyllis any -.remarn-J,bout meet-
ia\1is In _play' and the qU.Its, and caltlelhas \1l00!D .. g: utrtb"s- were
JBipwn <I1Iliddy ex- ' ang at which time eligibility rules
M ' and heard frogs proclall11ang .-naests of Mr
d :Was . only her wRl be: . The opening
and Mrs. H.' L. Rye. spring time as early as Feb. Mosher and
"Secodd tecident ,1 e rs of - teQ.tativelj
dessert course was t 6th.
Lee.
se for t-7 .
The Miami Gazette
TA.LJ8BBD
Every Thuraday
At Waynesville, Ohio
CARL G. SMITH,' Editor'
Entersa a . con c m. r ,
, , SUBSCRIPTION RATE:
$1.50 a Veal' in Advance

I
GOC)D FRIDAY
Friends' Meeting HO,llse 1:30 P. M.
, UNION SERVICE
MEntODIST, EPISCOPAL & FRIENDS .CHURCHES
, ,
"I Have Overcome The World".
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 2
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4aIO
T H U ,R S D A V, MARoCH 18, 1948
nvo BOYS ENT.ERED
MODEl. 'AUTO CONTEST ,
"Good Friday"
, , I" Silent Comm.union
' 'fTo have events listed ,in this calendar, notify The Mia!lli Gazette Hymn, the Cwss of
Two Wa,ynesvme,.. boys are
among youths froro.,.
the Ullited States entered m the
1948 Fisher Body Craftsman's
Guild competition for deSig-n-
Seth Furnas and buildine' of model autQ-
mobiles.
, before 4 p. m. the Cross" ,
Youth Hymnal No. 06 'They are: J. H. Newlanq, an.cf
Rev'. R. B, Coleman Ewing Stumm , both of Route
, FRIDAY, MARCH 20 by School Etfsemble
Sophomores' party at Hig'h School, 8, P, M, Hymn,' "Fairest Lord Jesus" ,
, SUNDAY; MARCH 21 '4Relation of Easter to Good Friday"
Palm, Sunday. Go to Church'! , H "l D" All l Ell' ,J
C t t "Th R t' 'St , "Meth' d'st Church 7 :,30 P. M. ymn, ove Ivme, ove }(ce mg
an a a, e esurrec IOn ory. 0, I , ' S I "Th T b I f G d I Wth M .,
, MONDAY, MARCH 22 00, e a ernac e 0 0 s I en
Hymnal No: 143
R' v. Samuel N.
Hymnal ' NQ. 1'1
Jean Hartsock
Boy Scout Troop 40 . at 7 :15 p, M.
, " TUESDAY, MARCH 22 '
2.
R,emember to support the Red Cross. ' '
" ' WEDNESDAY, MARCH
FATHER KRUMHOLZ
The Craftsman's . Guild is 'of- '
a total of S65,000 in a-
wards, eight
sity scholarships, to the boys
who and build the
model ca.rs this -year, The
Waynesville wHl Com-
pete first ' for, the 14 state a-
wards offered in Ohio. 'fhe top
, Junior and senior winners
HAPPY HOUR CLUB ..:. will -vic w.lth other boys
,Annual Inspection, WaynesviHe Lodge 163, F.
P. M. '
and A. M., 6:30 RETUJ{NS FROM ARIZONA MEETS AT BRADDOCKS neiR'hboring states .for
, Mrs. Warr 11 Braddock op " n- and national im'nors.
Father Robert Krumhol? of ed her home on Tuesda'y aft t- Deadline ,for shir ment ', of.
St. Catholic <;hurcl), noon to the Happy Hour Club 'm.odel is July 1. '
THURSDAY, MARCH 25
Evening Prayer at St., Mary' s Episcopal Church, 8 M.
renewed his pastoral. dut,les thiS for regular March meet. #I> '
week his return from ______ _ _::'
a mohtn's convallescence period I " "
in Arizona. In his absence Father 'rile busmess sessl9n w.as con- Glenna Woolard
Stanley Walfer of Mt. Sf. Mary's ducted by .the r reSIdent, .Mr,
Seminary Cincinnati, conducted Wilson, and Sltde,
all services. ' fhe, work of the G90d-
The pro.gram for the Palmi Sunday to be presented
at the Methotiist Church at 7 :30 P. M. Sunday, follows: ,
-,' "THE RESURRECTION S"tORY" '
'By' Carrie B. Adams
Introduction, "Rejoice, The Lord is Risen"
. PART I-THE TRAGEDY
Chorus by Choir
"There is a Green Hin," Solo, Miss Ann Weltz ,
"0 Come and Mourn" Chorus, and SoI9., Mrs. Elsie Weltz
"Near the Cross was Mary Weeping" Contralto Solo, .
, .. " , M'rs. , lrma .Frye
'J"Late on the Sabbath 'Day;' Quartet, Mrs. M. A. PulkerS(;m, ,Mrs.
Doris Corner, Gerald .
"Thou Sore Oppressed.", and Tenor Solos and .
Phyllis Gahris, Phil ,W9rkman. . ,-
This Sunday, Palm Sunday, wIn In.dw,tn ,were ho'''n h
marks the annual anniversary'of Mr. ,MIller of ,Dayton .. Severa,l
the traditional bLessing of the !eadm1{s also were an . t
palms and procession , of the 109 Pflrt of prop-ran,.
faithful, both cer.emonies to be Refreshments were se'ived to. '
conducted at the 8 a. m. mas,s. - about 'thirty members and tli.. I
Palms will be distributeg b.oth MiS. Glem1
8 o'clock and the 10 0 clock Borden, , Mr ' . Clarence Barker
mass. , anq son,' Mrs. Lena Hartsock
Good, Friday services, ' March and Mrs. Bernard Daley and
26, will be conducted at 8 p. Pamela Sue.
m. with the stations 'of the Cross
F
.... _._ ..
, exercises; medita.tion by r.
W'alfer and veneration .of a re-
lic, o'f the' true Gross by , the
faithful. ';
W. C. T. D.
at the home of
.
Representing
Weatheimer & Company
Members New York Stock
Exchan.l?:es ,and other '
registered Exchanges
Investment Trust Sbarea
- Sold - Quoted
Phone Wayneaville ' 2530
. Dayton AD3257
PART, II-THE VICfORY ,
"Awake OtiUt-Soul","'irio, 'sopran@,. alte:) tellO'r, Mrs. Roger Brown,
Mrs. Don Galiris, Mr. R.Qger' Brown. , .
PLANS 'ANNOUNCED
North' and
TIS . e or IS Risen", soprano solo, ,Miss Jean Hartsock
"Morn's Roseate Hues" Women's Choirs ' ,
"Whosoever B'elieveth Shall Live'!, and alto solos and
chor.us, Bernardi Baughn, Mrs., J. Brown. ' ,
Hail", Men Chorus ,
"Come Ye Faittiful", 'soprano, tellor, and conta:altp solos, Wo-
men's Voices and . chorus by choir. I ' ,
Soloists, .Mrs. Phil Workinan,
Mr. Don Gahris, Qirectoli . .. '
Miss Virginia Hardin, Org%nist.
f1UENDs .
, 'Irst Day School 9 :30" lI.m.
:leetlng for. Worship
,
---
. METHODIST CHURCH WA\'NESVIU.E
W '11 Oh' CHUROI OF 'CHRIST t \
aynesvi e, ,' 10 ,.. -, R. M . a.!_!._a._ '
Sunday, March 21st, 1.948 . i ... VIIIIa"UD,
Church School- ' 9,:30 A. , M. ,Bible SChOOl , 9:30 a .....
. J. J. Burske, Supt. " Communion ' . I.m.
Worship Servic( 10,:3.0 A" ,M. , Sent , 7:30
M\lDlster ", . , - ra.e1u'
Spe.clal MUSIC "', QEsARs. CREEK
's I "'Th H "I Ct fl _' .Rav .. pAV:IO .TA,.FIELD, Mln'at, ..
,, 0 o'Mrs. Worship- 934,5 a ... m.,
Service arid .reception' School 10.45 a m. ,
of '
Waynesville W. C. T. U. met
Friday eveniNg, March 12, at
the home 'of M"r. a.nd ,Mrs. Wal-
tet WhitaJter. with
bers in attendailice' including
Mr., Whitaker, ;In , honorary
membe ...
Dr. Emma Hoitoway, preSid-
ent, conducted the busmess
sion.
, .
_ Plans for the County
, Institute' were. ,announced fOJ
r 'riday, April . (2, ill 'the' Presby-
teri':m Cht,lrch ip tebanon. Tile
will begin at 10 a. m'.,
a covered djsh diinner' will be
served at fol which each
person is asked to bring one
'article: of ' food' and the table
'service. ' :,!",
, An program is
' in2" 'planned and I aU memberst
are to attend. Department, .
directors w.i11
hf work. ..'
. the conclusio:n af bu,iness, I.
D,r Holloway turned, the meet-,
ini over to Mrs. I who
introduced Miss Lucy ErnJie who
. UQU .... aR" read' a papet "Alcohol versus in-
, ST. A .,.u ... . ' .. dustry" out much
' Father Krumholts, Pried discussion. ' " " ,
MT. HOLLY '. Masses 10 A. M. , Miss' Grace MaJlhe",son's art- \
TS 30 ' ' ' FERR' Y OWR"g 'of ' icle in the Union, ' '
un av c 00 ' , ' a.m, , "'... "-AftIiJ1 . t r A' '1 t " ' d b M
'. E. Sa-rohart, $upL ,
0
M hi: .,
, 'WorshiPI , 10 :JOI a'An. nlble . ' . Na'tional W. c. 'f'.: .0. ,Cor.
' Evening Service ?,,:36' p.m. Mornan" w',?rshlp 10 30 ' seFreta'TY,
sr. ' MARY'S EPISCOPAL
MM U ilL N. KEYS, Min'lm ..
, " ? .00 p.m. , Widely many tames .by Air, and
Youn{ P.eople s , . naturah
y
is much concerned
Church School 9 :3'0 a. m.
Nu'rsery School 10:30 a. m.
, Prayer ,.10 :30 a. m.
-
'.
,
, ,l1I1CA E. U. B. altJRat
v. WILLIAM SHANNON
Sunday School , 9 :30
Mrs. James Garrison, Supt.
Preaching. 1st and 3rd Sundays
each month-- ., 10:30 a.m.
7.00 . that should not be
Evening .ServiCes , 7 :30 p.m.. consumers.of beve .. alcohol.
Mi. and Mrs. touis Em'el-,
heintz ,and a:n'd Mrs.
' .Nettie fiorne , of Oolumbus, and
'Mr. and Mfs. JohJll Grove and
Mr. and Mrs. Waltz of
, .c..o 1M".,. ..... " Dayton were dinner and
'WI flNICI.. supper .(uests_of 'Dr. and- Mrs.
-------.. _ A. - E. Stout and
Located Across from Post
Office. .
W.,a,biue; J
1.-24-Foot Broadcast.
" 2.-25Quart Hepper '
" Capacit.y. , .
4.-Distribufes evenly and
in ' accurate . amount
, I acre;
5.-Adjustable to ' a II
makes of tractors.
PAGE 3 THE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. ' 43eO
, T H U ,R SO A V, MARCH 18; 1948
,
Mr. and M'rs. Salisbun (If ,Mrs. A. S. Collett.
of Washington C. H. were Sun. Mrs. ' Jonathan . 'Bevan left
day dinner guests .of unday with her niece and hus-
Mrs. Nettie Emrick. " band of Lebanon for a two-
, ,Il n ' Mrs. Calvin Longacre Had thlt week vacation in FlotTd . '
Sam. S8Y8_1
f J;l;gl
,' e. W6 misfortune to fall down the Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Doster
stairs ' at .her ' home, Monda and daughter of Springfieitd
Mr. ahd Mrs. Charles Oils , morning. No bones were brokeh were , Thursday guests oJ Mr.
and MiSs Velma Smith, were but sh,e was badJy bruised. Mr. and Mr-s.
W.ednesday afterneoll guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Arnold Herbert Doster. ' .
, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baird and and family ,of' Mason, Kv. f 1' , Mrs. Laura Mr. and ' daughters. , , merly of Denton, . moved last Mrs. Fred Sherwood and Dr.
, Mrs. Ralph Lewis of- M ianlis- , week te, farm her;e" known and Mrs. Earl Frost were ,ca:l'- bUrg called on Mrs. as the Hlraml Eyer .f.arill. lers in Middletown recently.
, Johns on Wednesdav afternooil. ahd ,Mrs. ' Hefman :filerer, who . Mrs: Ida Hendricks is serio.us-
A number o.f ladies from have beell on ,this farm, I.\' ill at tl1e Probasco Nursing Lytle attended Warren County mo.ved to. the Pike. H me.,irt Wilmin,gton.
Annull;l Achievement Day at Mr. and Mrs, Thede Jones onald Clark, son of Mr. and Lebanon. T,own Hall on Tt;le', and son, Milto.n,' entertainet1 t , Mrs. Ralph , Clark, is now' sta-
day. ..
. ' dinner Sunda ; Mr. 'and Mrs., tio.ned with the Armed Forces Mr. and Jo.hn Fromm of : Edwin Nu1tt a'na Garry ,at Ft. Worth, Texa .
Waynesville were Sunday after- , of. near Centervij1c'" ReN. J05- Mr. and Mrs. Ra Clark have no.on guests of Mr. and Mr. eph Myel' of Da,ton and Mr; sold proper,ties in the' vj.l-
WUbur Cl'ark"
and Mrs. J. B. ' Jones. ' , lage and a home,in
Mr. ' and Mrs. ,Hob.ert' Mr. and, Mrs. Clarence Smith . They plan I to zahn of near Yello.w SprinR's ,' received word recently . o.f the. mo.ve 10' th near. future. . are IIlnrle or married aDel ,have I
spent Sunday evening- ' with their death his sister-in-law, Mrs. Word has been received here doseD U's '$he pr."pON) iG
grand-mother, Mrs. W,ellingto.n Smith at her ho.m Wil1i:tm Al1tram, died jolll Pa.yroll SavID,. PIU 101 Johns. . ' in Lo.s Calif. M r. Ev- ' Friday at his ho.me III Los Mrs. Paul .. hipl ey entertained ere'tt . mith survive. Ang les. 'N\L Antram was a. bank If you are self-employed. MU
the Lytle Card CI4b 'at her hill ,.
tive of this village, was a for, ' UOH of my nieces aDd DepbeW! on TllUr day (f thi we k. l mer past 'ma.ster f Lebanon. have learned from that
I Mr. and Mr . L li e I I'il \ '
' . He 'moved to , Los An eles, J _ a ,rowing neskrg bullt by regUlar dau'R;hler MLs.' Wilma all i t\ n ' _ ' rears ago. He j survived br- ' buyiar 01 United States Sa-ving. tl
' I :I t M t
-
BollCl. Is the best personal guaraDtee
lelr Ul1C e a 11 aun, r. :WI.
wo daughters and four - of a happy fnture. '
A. O. Willian]' III Oa . n, Mr. and Mrs. Harry'Cli e. Jr .. ' th.ildren: ' ' ' . ,_ u.s. Tr'/J.$IIryD,parll",,., unday aftenH )n. and daughter of Col- ' Mrs, Haz 1 Rhoade f near .
, by Mrs. Gladys Hook
" Harveysl urg- School is say- -
Hello.
. Our ' school ' year has been a
very pleasant one the'
dance of our ' new superinten-
.. dent, L.-- b. Freshcorn. ' .'
We have hali a new coach
this year, Mr. Jacksoil. . Ou,r.
b.oys haven't been , so.
fut in, whming many games, 'but
we feel th,at they did a . nice tjo,
in winningJhe spo.rt manship
up, of " which we are vt;-ry
pro.ud. Mr. Jackson IS the kmd
of man that in tills in our
the principles that win ' even
w)len the 10 e. We hav'e an-
ther new teacher, Mrs, Geneva
Y Ilg-er, f r third }(rade.
, Pupil 'ar' tud In'[1' lInqeJ.' the
'upervision of Mrs. WIlli fred
. tar to \ in the ellin):!; ontest
Mar'11 18.
Mr. and Mr , Guy Routzahn lIml u were house- ' to.wn is the of her On Mi s Anna -May lar ,of un, I{ussell h,ld for their Kue,sts of Mrs. Chve's parents" and daug-hter-in-Ia,w"of Detroit Dayton wa a weekend of
linda. di nner gue ts, Mr. and NlI' anl!' ,Mrs. Herpert Doster. , Mr. and rs. Maynard Ecton her par nts Mr. and Mr. J.
W'e ' are tooking forward to
the minstrel h \V that is to b
giv n und r the supervisi n of
ur mu ic ' teacher, Mr. Edna
13 p: an, on April 2.
Mrs. t ren Ho.utzahn and 1 he Adult Bible Class of were Sunday gll e It ' Earl Tresslar. of Frai,klin J.onah s .Run met Fn- , of Mr. pctOll'S parents, Mr. an:i . --- - ev nmg With the pastor and Mr. William Ecton: ' ,
wlfe, the Rev. and Mrs. J. P.
Thornbury. ' , There is usually oniy one reat.
The Business Men's Club met son whY., a man buys
in I . session but with a wom.en rt might be
.evenmg. Hosts were Mr. Ho.. one of eigHt, they say: (1) be-
ard Graham and Mr. Thomas . cause l1er husband says she
Welch. , . can't have it; it will make
" Mrs. Charles Swmdler . of her look ,' thin' (3) it come's
Dayton was a Monday from Paris; ('4) her ' neighbo.rs
guest of Mrs. LOUIse Flte and can't afford it (5) nobo.dy lias
daughter, Miss Jane Fite. . , onej, (6) everybody else ha,g
. Mr. Howard Collett of Wit- ' one; (7) it!s difierent; (8) '''be:-
mlOrton anI! Mr. Robert Collett cause/' .
o.f Oayton were Sunday guests / News
FRI.,' ,. 'TWIN BILL I. ' sAT. ao
The star of "My Wild Irish Rose
il
' . Den ... Mar .... In
Bad MeD 'af liaoori II
Spice and zest an Arabian Night's'
dream of gra e, beauty, 'ove, with-
delicious YVOIitDe DeCarlo in
BOB O'REGAN. 0Waer -
WAYNISVIlLE. OHIO
MAIlCB S9U-
, with J .... W,..... and W.,... Morria
Plus: A light.hearlled comedy ,
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LEMRS
To' the Editor
'Mf\rch 16, t 94
Dear Editor,
If the complaint of the
pa.rent . \Vh . 01 lects to his
daugh-t'1" being ' taught tem-
perance could faken a an
mdication of the general trend
f thoug;ht in our school dis-
trict, we wO'uld have reason to
be concerned ,about the future
of ' our community. But let's
hope that this att..tude is a rare'
e.xception to tlle rule.
." No. one will deny that par-
ents ha,{e the rig-hi to deci e
how their hOI'te shall be run
and what their children shall be
taug-ht at ,home. But to attempt
to deny this train ..
to the vast maJority f
whose ' parents are de:-
cidedly in favor of it, should
cause 'a loud protest from, ,these
.paren.ts . .
, Let's let th chool board
know h.ow we feel. If YQu
think thei re ri ?;ht, telL tnel1.1
sol .
Just in ca e, some of your
readers don't know' who the
school board are,' it might be
well ,to pUblisl1 their names now
and then.
Roger Brown.
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March 15, 1948
Dear Editor: . .
Although I am now living in
Tipp, Ohio, I' was former '
ly, of and the
Miami Gazette is the only ceo-
ave
town."
WAYNE8VILLE, OHIO No ....
T H U ,R 8 DAY. MARCH 18, 1848
I note with interest in- your
last issue: "GIRL SCOUTS IN
QUANDARY * NO LEADER I believe the crows sense
NO ACTIVITY." this for they do not leave' the
. trees as Quickly as they do the .
To' me this . picture doesn't We have done this four
look exactly right. or five times this afternoon and
In the first place , I ' don't I have only used one shell. So
believe. that the people of far the ctows are ahead. Per-
Waynesville, like so ma:ny com- haps if 1 set up a target, or bet. '
munities in the U. S., ter still everal and do
stand the true 'meanine- ' of some practicing, when I do-
Scoutil1g. . .' a chance I may hit sometbink.
To me, Scouting of today is . I This is T.hursday, and Com.
a challen,g-e for the World Fel-- munity Sale day but. the' ground
of tqmorro\v', -Many was covered with .snow thi
are quick to deny ' their time morning and all da y there has
with the problems of the pre- been an ic{ wino blowing, so
sent-day youtll but 1 noHce that I stayed a home. Last, night
they are quicker- to 'condemn I 'went out to"Ket a chicken or
same YOUtll when he goes two to take, Jl ut the hens all hact
., _ such nice red cOlnbs' that ' 1
'We speak ,of i.uvenile delin., .. thou,g-ht I should let them: stay
quency but , it is' we ourseJve.s and pay ' for some of toe feed
who are a contributing fac- they have eaten. friend of.
tor in delinquency when we do ' milie she is getting sixty-
nothinK to prevent It.. "","_,_."",_ six eggs a day "' from
As t.he old saying, goes. "All . \ seven hens but l am not
unc e ti " th ' S that - welt. L should get some
of IWhlin , . started for e!lrly pullets
youtH's problem eX,ist we are ' CJlI.JJRI>1IHYLL, exPOS!""C; . and next fall g:et nd of every
only trymg to cure' them but old 'hen ,on the pl.ace. .' . '
not prevent :the:, contributing Nt FALL SCENES '. THe Miami Valley Coopera-
factor of the ' juvenile' detin- . .. ' . tive Milk Producers Association
quenc of tne present day. had its annual meeting yester-
These same boys and girls . day at the ' Bmmpre Hotel ' in
will 'be your leaders jn your tost any of my time in be!nK , '[lj' ( . J/J. I Dayton. Dinner was served and
community in time to come \vith these boys when they need . ru '<;' ,i idae the was held immed.iate.
How can they .lead if they aren't help at the most 'important per- t " Iy afterward. Roy natttes from
,g-iven the chance to wOTk but iod of their life. Everybody's conducted a '
their small problems of today? I a:m ndt blatnlng the A P'ARM DIARY broadcast and the Lucky Penn.y
You speak of Girl couts in for their lack--of interest m DY D. J. FRAIZER f", trio furnished the music. ,They
Quandary - " No Leader':"- No' Scoutiil,g- I am asking for did it well too, but it was the
Activity. I wonder how 'the . the of them ' -:--:-. first time I ever saw ahyboiy
pIe would feel if ,th.at heading a ' plan whereby th.ey March 11, 1'948. rhe, sinK and chew gum the
would like this: . store a creattV'!! mterest an and I ,have a new game since I time. She. was a cute little
Waynesville in Quandary _ . in How got some shells fof. the I and .san,{!' well" but It was
No Leaders - No Activit.V_ For It WayneSVille, are They ,corne' al,onK at;ld hg t to the first
the p.ast 3 yearS while in With me! Thank you Mr. Edl- m the. trees see.. .-tbe .. chew, chew, and go on aKam.
Tipp City I have served in the tor. . . coast IS Then fl J' couldn t .believe It at first but
capacity of Assista,nt As 'a.lways, \ . .and light by the sprang or "; ,' watched and that's what she
, ter - Scoutmaster - 1 st Mate . Buck: Mendenball. m the gully. J .grab the K,un and did. Perhaps she got the 'habit
and at the present time as Ad. sneak Itt try tl;! open on the early mormne- broadcast
vfsor for the Sea Scouts - Air Mr. and, Mrs Oeorge Rambv bathroom wlDdow Without then when there was no one there to
Scouts - and E.xplorer Scouts, of Dayton were Sunday after- seeng ' me. They su.spect see or care. In the audience one
of. this community. noon guests 'Of Mr. and Mrs. thnK as clase :is .. out of ev,eFY three jaws ' ,was ,
I simply 'cannot feel I Ted. Ramby a,nd family POSSIble to sloe of 'wagging but at least" didn't see
____ ______ __ . . .
. they come out mto the .open a 'Th' . ,
' STOVP
gam., I li$t the gun" take aim ere was.an de.
and before . 1 cal) shoot they bate as to which-should i
mllk
tlJe
have said' "caw" and flapped . cows, .the man ,or ,!,oman?
tlieir wings and are gon'e. ' am poe ,?f therp It by say.
,afraid' to shoot at them when 109, kids, everybody
they are u)Hfl-4he-tfees ,because - of
a' twenty-two "bullet day; Farmer
,r. long:' way when sho,t , up, ' aitctT ' 1lyes. Meet . He
, do' not wish to hit- one of my toucHed on questions of the
neighbor's cows-or my - Aay .as-taxes, and , the
so ,I can only shoot down toward , tLves and the oleo tax. He claim >
. the bani on the other side of the that cottonseed
011 ",ere fitst glvmg way again
t6 imported cocoanut 011 which'
was crowding the farmer of '
the market. .
S.. Sherman, a ... blind
MethQdist minister; pve the
,.' 'pirational :talk clf the tlay. He
w:as a example df hQ'W dif.
ficulties eart be Qvercpme, -for he .
tr.avels alone. He had. a ,-goOd
deal to sa the' impot.
of bemg not only a oheer
, fuI. ,iver hut ,. a cbeer-
. ,luI ' It.. is ' sometimes
harder t9 accept help'
than It IS ' to give . It, ,P.robab1.y
we have all noticed hew ' often
hootes .,the day Is spoiled for .
. SQllle ,when a wetl".rneant .
p'ffer is refused. GQoP-
,eratlon at. and ,in the na-
tionsis a two way affair.
, a:'h'ere come ttie crows again
One of them is on . the ground:
.;.Can I g-et it? INo, they 'were
.gone before I could get the
window open. Perhaps it 'will be
a .. warm day some day and I
leave the. window apen.
" DON'T FORGET T'HE RED'
ROSS., ,
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WAVNE8VILLE, OHIO No. 4380
T H U " 8 0 A V f .MARCH 18, 1948
Estate of James Ward, dee'd.
Kenneth- Hough, administrator,
filed first and final aceount.
Estate of Lyle Milburn, dec'd,
Richard Milburn, executor. filed
first and final accolUlt.
_". .. & vAa, . . ... _ ....
-Plummer, lot in Harveyaburg. and Mrs. Morris Lewis Sundaj: NEw 3-YEAR ' TERM AS
L. W. and Marie Kelly to M. 11. evening. FARM LOAN DIRECTOR
Mrs. Everett Bunnell returned . ,
and Mary Bell Kilburn, 85.70 home Saturday morning from A near _ record attendance
in Harlan twp. , . . the Miami Valley Hospital. She Was had at ' Annual Stock-
Robert and Edwma WhIte to is getting along fine. holders . meetmg' of the Leba-
. Estate of Myrtle Smith, dec'd,
Eva Gray Williams VB. V.ernie Sam Smith aJ)potnted administra-
Williams, divorce, cru.ei- tor, giving bond with sureties in
ty, Maple & Maple. - Sl.\m of ,2,()25. ,
NEW SUITS
Bertha Lee and James Chandler, Mad M Dewey Come- National Farm Loan. Assoc-
tract in Hamilton. , of Beave.rtow.n latton March 9. The directors
Myrtle Mapel to Ed and Adll .. were Sunday afternoon guests re-elected the. three-year
Wills, lot in Franklin. of their aunt Mrs. _Alice
N B F d to M R 11
. waynesw '", 10 an . ' .
Naomi Bullins VB. MiltOn Bul- Estate of Joseph Gole, dee'd,
aney " . re ' . usse maQ. \ Wilson, Mason, Ohio. The dir-
, Hom,. 6 lots m . MfS. and ector 'elected ' to fill the unex,-'
Ralph Kindred to Clayton and called on Mr. and Mrs. ired term of Myrem Clemons lins, divorce, gross neglect, Young Marvin Young appOinted executor
Amburgy, 2 lots in ,Spring- Hily GIbson Sunday afternoon. Victor J. Woe11. Harrison, & YOUI')B. giving bond with sureties in sum.
boro. Ohio.
&-. of $2 025. " . .
COMMON PLEAS Esb,.te of john l{ammerer, dec'd,
Ray and Mary Parker to Delbert The malri feature of the
Harry Gray Jr. vs. Effie
Gray, service by publication.
C. "Donald Dilatush, executor, filed
Mae
final and distributive ae-
and' fannie P.arker, 2.90 acres iJ1 afternoon program \\iere th
Turtleereek twp. wit. humor and home spun phil-
Harry Beachler vs. Treasie
Beaohler; plaintiff ordered to 'pay
def4mdant $10 per week and $50
attorney
Robert KiLburn VB. Cora Kilburn
divorce to '
Eva Gray William./! xs. Vernie
. '. WUliams, hearing set for March
,13 .. at 10. .
Catherine vs. Roy James
...)fcCoy, de.:fendant to pay
,$4.6 . per week . and $50 attomey

Columbia Fire Insurance Co. vs.
, Ohris Page Sr., judgment to
for sum of $847.66 and costs.
Rev. Harner vs. Dixie Obio Ex-
press Co. et aI, case di8lllissed
without record.
Mar,garet Pursley va. Cecil Pur
sley" entry
PROBATE COURT "
courtt. .
Estate of Elya Runyan, ' dec'd.
i )'lVer. t o1Y hearing set fo.r March
27 ' :\t 10: gross value of estate is
Roscoe and Juanita Nease t<> the . osophy of Mack Sauer, music
Trustees of First ' Baptist by Ray Wirsch, panel discus ion
, Chprch, lot in Franklin 'twp. by local 9. I. and the
M d', C rrie Glancy to Sid- of citation fo r f \ 1 '
$1) ae an , a .. acnlev Ill!ent tn ' the ' Local
?ey and Jane Sadoff, 62.88 aere:s AssociatibI) .y W, W. ict enou .
REAL 'ESTATE
10 Salem twp. of the
Land Bank.
and .Marian Mount to' Jean- ' ffl ' . " 11 /)/J '
nette 6 acres in Deerfield ' ' l. "....N-oll'l'
twp.
I M l' J h n to 'Thomas
, agno la onso . ' " Mrs. ' Anna Lucas spent a
. and Clara -lot m Lebanon, few days week WIth her
Harold .Smder tQ Irene Dearth, . son Raymond. .
80 acres IIi , Turlleereek/ twp. . Mr. and ' Mrs. Smith
The Oommercial Co. , to . ' of Da ton caIJed on Mr. an i
, Otto Parker, 1.96 actes 1n Frank- Mrs. Raymond Smith Sunday _
Un twp. afternoon. . ' Harvey M. . Burnett, opera-
William Simp on to Catherine Mr. and Mrs. AI Caperson of tor of Waynesv)ne Locker
Simpson, 2 aeres in Harlan twp. Cincinnati spent - the P!ant,. entered Columbus hos-
. . Dr. Earl Spencer to Jerry BUrns with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence , pl!al early week for a
0.424 acre in Turtlecreek twp., Otner calJers ,Were . [lllnOr operation. On March .9,
Mollie Carmack to Lona Tooley, Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Crawford , Mr. Burnett was d.lrM
lot in Franklin.' I of Xenia Miss Minnie Crawford ectol' for Warren, Chnton, and
and Mamie. Garrison to of Dayton, Mr. , and Mrs.
Paul and Beatrice liamilton, 2 lots Charley Crawford of Cincin.. . Valley Milk Pro-
in',Springboro', .oatL . ., ' . ducers AsSOCIation.
E,' H. and Mary Maggie Brown Hanes of Xenia
to Raymond and Martha Hatton; spent a few days last week
2 lots in Waynesville. he.r parents, Mr: and Mrs. Hil.'
William and Lucille Noland to Glpson.
James and Christine Hurtt, lot in ...... ----.......... - i:
FranklIln. .
Alvin and -Clyde Erbeck, execu-
tors, to Erbeck, 14 acres .
in Deerfield twp.
Gussie' Drake to John and Ve-
rona Lehman,- 3 lots 'in
J. L. and Viola Knapp . and Net-
tie and ' E. W. Shawhan to E. W.
Knapp, 40 'acres in Hamilton twp.
.PlemiJqr IDe.: to
WilbUr 'and Bertha" Butt, 132 .. 47
acrea in Clearenek
. Pi.mtn, Inwstm.nts, Inc., to
Ruslell and "41.40
a:cre. in CleCreek twp. .
JI,'1emiJ'l' Inv tmente, Inc., to
Neal James and Lil,. Mae Murray,
1&.97 ' acres in Clearcreek twp: .
aruLEtMI Hazeltine
to Alma Erie, 1;&0 acrea in Ham-
iltOn t1t'p. . ' , .,. ,
Nina at. auaMian,to Sid-
ney and. Alice Brown, '0.2& acre, in
. '. >
Carl . SchOellmann ' to ,Carl J.
. .. t and , Paul SchoeUmann,
m.N in' Balllilton 'twp.
. Knappl to Wari"en C.ud
IItrtlred N. NeliOlli 2 lot. in Leba- '
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LOUDEN BARN
.. EQUIPMENT
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Steel WindQW&
Feed . Carts .
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f::(ay Track & Carriers
Eittei"
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Stalls and .Stantions
planning t(}-build or re-
model do it the Louden Way
S10,p in for ftee, ;
. . Lebanon, Ohio
Phone 5,55
Don. ' ________ __ ... __
HOURS:
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9-1 each morning"
t -5 afternoons except

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Other .'evenings by
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Dr .if[ Wilkin ' .
Optometric -. Speelallit
18 South Detroit: str.et
The drnner was served by th '
Leban 1l Commit1 e.
Mr .. and Mr. A. H .. Stubb s
and family were Sundt\ even-
,ing dinner guests of M r.
Mrs. Robert Root in Day1 n.
The proof of a' good ,pudtling i
, in the and the proof of -rt
good cleamnlt service is 'in the
testinJ{. ' ,
You'll find that our prices are
low for the Quality w rk"manship
we offer drat one trial ,vilt
con vince . yeu that PUPS is th
type ofrservice for whiCh you've
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BOX CANDY WRABPED '
$t.2S to .$1.1S '.'
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YOUR ORDER NOW
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With a
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In Congress '.
eLI UNe. J 0 ...
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tinent of any time she wants it. However," lWlN LENSES THE MI'AMI QAZETTE PAGE
she is nQt prepared to tight the United States ex- . B WAYNESVIL.LE, OHIO No. 4380
cept in Europe or Asia, and the Uni'ted States at ": FOX HbLLY T H U IR S DAY; 18, 1948
present does' have the miUtary- strength--:out. mised shipment didn't come in,
side of the possible use' of the ' atolnic bomb-to How are you fixed for Eas and only a last.minute dash a.
threaten Russian military supremacy in Europe or ? B tt j., th Id Fedo a h
. . Bi,h Government officials have been very , ter e er gel eo ' r' round t e countryside brought
d'l .. ' del cleaned or buy a new bonnet, you your refreshments. Do you
I atory an preparmg an ' ov:er-aU national fo.r some of . you are going 'to b(! 'reall'ze how much there I'S ,to
prograD\. A modem 'air force appears to be Amer- E t 'ht
,. ica's best 'guarantee of national The nations on the Twin stage as er DIg , popping it just right, sea-
of, Western Europe are fonning a' military' alliance March 28th! as prtie winners sonin,e: it well? It's got to. be
. against RU88ia. 1'00 United States lIoay jojn this in . the TWin Theatre Easter kept warm, too, yet' enough ,
military Such military, always Gl,Iessing Contest. The rules are must be ready to serve one or
made for purposes, lead to ' war simple: ten of you at Otice,
sooner or later, and there i's always the,danger that ' Starting Friday ' (tomorrow) to the crowd. The machine' m1ust
sqme unfores.een incident may bring ' war and for one week, pictures .of be kent clean, both fO'r your
sooner than national leaders expect. B1llt Russia will 20 movie stars will be hung in sake and for the flavor
not a fighting war as long as she can gain the theatre lobby. You 'are to of ,the product. ' It's one of the
her ends by other methods. . . ctentify as many as you ,can. smaller items for an exhibitor
. '. imply write, the of !he to keep ih hand, but a
,By the time this column appears in print 'the The. Finance Committee late last week, tars on a piece of paper, world - and an ,important (' n_
Senate will have R8ssed Vandenberg Bill to , by a of 10' to 1, repOrted 'favorably a bill which your name, aqdres.s, and tne', -'- in itself, Ask ", Ba.rbara Stafi-
authorize an appropriation of five billion t;hree n!duce jndivtdual income -retroactive dat e, and hand Itl With your in the ,p6Pcor.n ,
,hundred million "dollars to finance the to January l/J't" ,tiy 801l)e four billion Eleven hundred ket at the. theatre any time up ' machine at the, Twm. ' Sbl!
RecQver.y Program for the next Over and seventy.five million dollars. Th'e ' House had to March 26th, 9 P. M. , knows, and this is no " cern
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on' the House-side of the Capitol the Foreign Affairs previously passed Xnutsc)D Bill reducing in.. Prizes (to, be ' anflounced, in Well, the box s. -c r this week.
Committee is expected to report an 'Omnibus foreign income taxes by nearly six and ' onehalf next 'week s Miami' Gazette,) tl T '
relief., bill, carrying the authorization of five billion billions dollars. The Bill, like the House Bill, will e awarded t o the man (or in the ,e:ame I etween le Wlll
three hundred million dollars. for the European increases md. ividual tax exemption-a to Sl'X hundrod b ) :t the ' o'm'an ( or O' irl) and the public i t wo . chaIr '
.. ... oy am w , 1"1 /l out" JlJd one barr d .f r the
Program; five hundred and seventy million dollars exemption to those over sixtYfive years of who ,R' uesse the most correctl y, rest of tIl e sea on (hie to in .
dollars for aid to China, an additional one and to blind. persons. Both also permit ' tn case of ties the person hav I
hundred f01' military aid to China, and two husbands and wives to divide the famBy income for ing his contest in firs t will juries, Tbe two chairs t Utt wel'e
hundred and seventy.five million dollars for military ax-paying purposes. The only between be the _ that s the rea- broken be nd repai r h.('\ ct t o b" ,
aid to 6reece Turkey. A fight undoubtedly the House and Senate versions of the Reduction' f:t t' 'rhl l aken ut, and tl1 ne wh s
d h PI
' f t'h H t d th B l h " on or c a Y\.tr paper, . arm l'llSt ,JlSc'lpi" . e ..... , (" I'11I' t
be ma e on t e oor 0 e oUse 0 re uce ese i 1 is in t e ,percentage amounts py w'hich tax rates on test . is fun to do. Hun I . - .. I I'L .... t :"'l
sums, and to write .re'stl:ictions into to be reduced: The House wants t() reduce taxes Hurrv _ Hurry! I ever 'h ard o'f, ' caLI . ...:
which :will Jjroperly protect American interests as 0)1 net incomes of less than one th(lIUsand dollarl3 Sri fvi ews: On the' screen the public IS the 1 ser. St11.n 1-
to the way the l"eliei be expended. ' by SO per cent; on tbose up to four tl:lOusand by 29 Friday a11d aturda V is a: twin ing; r om will s06n e at I\. r re
. ' . per cent; and oVer four thousand by 10 per cent, hill. tl Bad Men of Missouri" WB rtllum!
The nation, including Washington, has had a case The Senate proposes a 12;6 per cent cut on the first ----,-.;,......;,:----
of ""ar jitters for- the J>.ast or so; The Com. two thousand dollars of taxable income; 7.4 ' per . i ' a wes tern r is u so gomi
munist coup in CZe'ehoslovakia seems to have started, cent on between tw;o and one that the Twin management de-
the war scare, although it has been apparent ever hundred and t)Jirtysix thousand dolls:rs, and 5 per ided t o brinp; it to Wayne -
slnce' the Potsdam Coiiference that cent on incomes over one hundred nnd thirty six , ville. Its an outdoor 'action
was ,antler Russian domination and could 1>e taken In all probability the HOUSE! will approve story of the Yoi:Jnger Brothe r '
'over completely at ariy The possibility, if not Senate Bill. The President has ,lthreatened t,o clash with Jesse Jain.es and
probability, that the CommutPsts would win in veto any tax. l"1eduction measure, bilt some' Demo. sfars Dennie M0rgan, of II My
Italian national elections April 18th-, is also causing cranc leaders believe . he will "sign the Senate' bill. ' Wild Irish Rose" fame,. also to
' concern. Statements by Secretary of ... rshall, It is believed, however, that in case of a veto ,the appear here spon, Coupled with
President Truman, and in high positions have necessary two to one vote to tax cutting this ' is a clever comedy ' " tark
increased the fears of the people. most measure into law over his veto can be, obtained. Bites Man" UA that take a di g'
observer-s, doubt there is any d.anger of at , lanc\lords in . this housing-
war with: Russia. , Some even suggest t)1at once the Due tb the pre..sent unsettled the world s hortage era. Jackie', cooper
gets enacted it$ legislation a:uthoriz. . the CongresfJ to, any - and ,Gene Roberts featured"
: ing ,the foreign relief appropriations ,that are re- and at.l appropriation requests made b}1' the Secr.e1ary Beautiful 'in ,Its TechnictHor is
the crilJi/! . anc;l will quickly dis-' . of National the .Arnly, an.d Air of ' U I, at
aPllear. Forces. 9n oraers of . N'ational Defense Se,cretarY. the Twin . Sunday ,.and
' . the ChIefs of. h,ive been Yvol1'ne. DeCarlo .s IbVC;l,Y " 1,
Oertain laets stand out in connection with the Ing a .eries of coDfer,ences In West, , there',S .a between Pierre " "
present war talk. N,ither Russia nor the Unite(l ff!r the draftmg of new natio.?Jlal which Auma'n' t and PhlII.p Reed "usIn.!." Ohe of every pri-
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d t fi ht win ' U d te d ... t A F :. h ti 1 " concerns to eep her hOI'\le
. IS prepate, o ' g or, a war. n er cen r aroun a er . 1f oree. I::JUC ae on I bull whips ,as weapons that's 'r. .. , and ,I kno.w. you'll be in.,
present Russia take over the' Con- a little late-but It is'-sttll, 'better ,late tQII lIeyer. . ally sornethin,e: to watch. ,tere.ted in I learned recently
0 "S ell G " 'ULl n'tes' Sonn whftl I met Mr. Hayes Quinn, C0101
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26 ' Fn.v, MIAMI - . E. S. FRIENDSHIP CLtlB . \ F l--- consultant ot Pittsburgh
ATIEND FRA,NKLIN FETE Mrs. M. D. Baird, with Mrs. ,.. .. .... . wdaYt ha,nd
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'Mr. and Mrs. Early, H E H th M 0 R I a c nn y 1,1. n y . Quinn that-b\dUltr
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A ..' a away. r." , . a . ' .. Id h ' I I bid #
Mr. 'and Mrs. Ross f M ,,. .... , yeArs 0 , S e' was runnerup til us co or to e p te uce, ac-,
b\r. and Mrs. John Bursk:e, Mr Unglesby ,and rs ', ' Clark , .' , ' \- t . tbe "best acftess' eidenta and 'raise' morate
' aQd Mrs. William Strouse, M'l". ,as 'co-hestesses. the Olaee possible by ' division for "Oscar" honors of WeJl,.it, i. certainlY,logical that we,
,and Mrs. Harold. B. Earnhart, Nint ownership, of 'some farm
Mr. an'" Mrs. Marvin., Sm'ith, :Mr. Mrs. CQra Rich was'n machines are indicated 'I1v the In hiS film A " may be danpr .i ..... - 1
and Mrs. ' E. E . . Earnhart. Mrs. h f th de t' d f 1 -ed 'ct'''' 'n p erntn st Woman s . . other color. u8e4I to ,lnduce cleanli-
St.aniey Bailey, Mrs. , D. C. C ar1re 0 e vo IOns an 0 - , r ,u Ivn .1 o . CIIi I co per A last reminder on your ,:Twin and ,0041 I'd
R d M J I F M ,: lQwing the busi'ness session, two ' hour when the nurnberof hours Picture Ballot: Youn'i find the like to ,of the -new) "
.. ' BI 1{t
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10 elommB" rs. espeCial'l.y 6n the is ,in operation is ballot 'on your March theatre ... for tnat. we found aftert .
er I'll S. TS . ,,",oger rowJl, "The MQst Unforgetable '. Per. . ' , '" , ",' d'" It ,. h t ' thlnkin, ove, this Idea. .
Mrs. "William, Sawyer, .. . :Mrs. EI- " . h M J J mtreased. The per hour . o ... ver ... gtve.s you a c 0 Flnt, we painted our basemen(l
mer.' Gr.()ve; Mrs., &otl " . !(er,e given y . , head ' cost ' of ' ope:ration 'for a a: color . . A. ,the.e '.tep,'
, 'Beckett. Mrs, Har- and Mrs. O. R. Urigles It r! ' ' , 'A _ to "Waynesville. r,Ob ar,e ,n9t lit well ,,'qtb'
. Whitaker, Mrs. LuCile Arm.- by., Group singing .was also en ,.1 .",0,0 when w.ants to book . your. en, tbe "allt paint ,help. to"
an'(j "Mrs. , "Qu'sb Ire: ioyed . . 0; the machine IS \lsetl only 25 favorites. Soon he will be order,. . rr. better '.,d , daJ:lliirout
," Miamj;, Chaplet, at the . Refreshments were 'serve<1 hours a , tPictufres'9' .. fsor .
lDs:pection of , Franklin ,Chapter d,uring' the ' social hour by .the m$n 0 .,.. ; I S bandle in bright red a. a danlelf
on Thursday evening. , . hostess and her ' .. Jar ahead. ,t's ,,!p'to you whether 'i(nal. ',' :
. Brooder houses ' shQuld yOU h!,-ve yo.u After W.f ..
" I " GotnK once more behmd:,;the my 'de"
cfilcks plenty of ropm. J:ac;h ' sceneS' at the Twin, there's tbe- ' to p.;l'Rt one of bit .
chick need$ from one half , to . Httle ... ' . matter <of It a tq ,
.,: ' -' " ' t . 'I't'" , b t b "h', " flelp .chC)Oie tluHn 10 a Ilurry. '; "
" three fourths <<;If.a .square;foo 9f ' u e a erd, not. to outdolle, I ' did ,the
r' floor space. the tn'st SIX' There s' cprJ:l to w.ith: tay) uten.l ',.
' weeks. A range shelter: used as keep un ,so that ' you'll e!ls. You!d tic! !v 111, "I' !I-l p,d J.e)\' mUf"
a sun ,porch' 'With ' the Ket the best, and , it will be fresb. r:c! :.: ,: 1::' "Y" be '. ;1''-''
br.ooder house will extra There's be 6ought, . nit I'" "\
floor spate as the birds grow:. ,and boxes. One. night a ' pro .. < i . I ( : .) i'
, _ 'y 111.: : , , 1.":1; :' .: : ,(\ n .. ,j, I . .;., 1(1 i,
' WITH' US' FHERE ,IS ONLY
ONE STAN'DARD OF ' SERV,.,
ICE. . J'" "
Materials. of, course, may be
selected from var.ious grades,
but the character of the serv ice
is the same tQ.' aU. REGARD
loESS OF' PRiCE. '
deep ci .. lt1l \\ iHIJ'lll tlti i z l:.' s With
c>ur ho' - '! - l fl '! '; wi!. ' aJ'e lC/!ing'" to
'lISe OUI' 11.1W fc:,lea in
dote.ns o! too. I
all. us t;nl .. "lllt
".e .\I t ;,0 il'.Gure
, , 'y6U . '
, .

One way' to cut tbe expense
machinery." is ,to
It such good care ..that the cost
per year becomes very low
*." * . ' ,
. ' Rel>orts, Qhip' dairv' ber:d
show
;1, 2,017 cows out pro- '
duced 40 pounds' or) more
pounds of butterfat In Decem.
,ber and also that at' least 239
cows were such poor mDk pro-
ducers their owners sold them
for beef. feed prices ,sOon
up With the Income from
poor dairy coW's. . '
. .
PAGE 7 'THE MIAMI G'AZETTt
WAVNE8VILLE, O'HIO No. 4380
T ,'" UIR S 0 A V, MARCH 18, 1948
FRANCES R. SHIRDEN
TO .MARRY F. G. BROWN-
APRIL 3 IN WILMINGTON
Invitations receiv-
ed here by friends and relatives
to the wedding of Miss Frances
Re,e:ina Shirde'n. daughter of
Mrs: William Einmett Shirden,
to , Mr. FranCis Gene Brown,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ,
Brown, at the St. Columbkil1 "
Catholic -Church at 9 :30 o'-
Clock morning, April
3, in Wilmington; ,
FARMER'S CLUB MEETS
AT HOME OF COLLETIS
Mrs, ' A. Collett of Har-
en te r t a i ned th-c
.. Wayne ,Township Farmer's
CluD on Thursday. In the ah-
sence of the' President, .Morris
Cornell acted as ' chairman of
. the M'rs. Elsie H.ockett
led the special ' topic for the,
day "Community Interests and,
R,esponsibiJity. " , " '
Guest sp.,ea:ker was Mr.
Herbert Carr ' who has '
of the AgricultUral part of the
Veteran's Administration p'ro-
gram,
Guests were Mr. Robert Col-
lett, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cel-
lett, Rev. an(1 ,: Ms. Thornberry,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Graham,
Mrs . . Sadie Reason" and Miss
Ethel Mannon. '
Mr, Mrs. J. 'I. Gdns will
.have the April,
at their home in ' Wilmington
at 331 South Street. '
Morris Lewis

C. Palmer
O. Rose
. I. Mulford
V. Hilt.. '.
E. Ramby
R. Gons ',
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en
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162
1,66
114
150
143
147
125
156
133
141
171
156 '
1 5 t
140 13.4
735 701 75
WILMINGTON .COLLEGE
'WILL RADtO SHOW
THREE DAYS A WEEK
'Wilmington College will g
on the air next week wit.h its
own radio program' uCaPlPus
Parade." The show will be
broadcast .Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, at 4.:45 ' P. M. Y
W P F B, Middletown:
Program will origmate in a
speCial studio set up on flle\Vil-
campus and will be car- .
. .ried' JJy direct wire to the sta-
tion in Middletown.
.,
students, fa'clilty
members, and campus visitors
' wilt be heard on the prog-ram .
These will include niusical
. dr.amatic programs, in-
terVIews, campus newscasts,
talks, etc. '
I
\Von Lost
Waynesv-me ' 39 27
Tommy's Place 38 28
American Legion 37 29
HendeFson 36 3Q
Good Housekeeping 34 32
CoJumhia Rec'd 32 34
Handigas .
31 .35
7. 49
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450 150 6243 147 43
462. ,154 10130 161 63
270 135 8'083 144 ,56
457 152 9737 150 65
276 138 ' 9691

65
274 137 5553 . 1 0 37
2189 144 150
Mrs. D. C. Rjdge hacfas
. day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs .
Jack Collins and son and Mrs.
Velma Col,ins of
Protect the
Appearance and Value'
of your Home with
,A"C M' E' Balaned
A ,Formula
,II()f/SffPJlKl'
''Whlp.
the
Weatherl"
. First 'program, . Monda ,
.. March, 22, wilt include ,an in- ___ ...,
terview With new
. , ., young-president, Dr. D.
',' , MathIe, aJld two ' ,musical
,bers. Wednesday-s program will
'.bt} a dramatic presentation of
' early WUmington . Collete
tory, .produced ., by ' dramatic
'-'--students'. . , , ."
TWO Bl CAR was jnvolved in lois
, London, Ohlf). vehicle wrapped around J1 tree after
.skidding 'on ,he was. critically injUl'ed, ,DR.', CooK HONORED
. , ( " IN' THEA THE
, Mrs. Ie N. Mrs;' 'H. B.
Earnhart, ' Mrs.. Ernest ' Harlan .
and "MrS. Beckett with
thei .. Mrs. Stan;.
, JeAy 1 were gue5ts -'at the ,
tea given for. Mothers ,and
daughters j in' . RaInbow
Assembly which is 1Jeing fomt-
,
ed at on Sunday .
Mrs. HouO'h 'and Mrs. ' . , In' coniullction with the shvw-
B ' '" of "Tycoon" at the Twin ,
alley are on the Advisory
B d f th ' I ' T eatre, Dr. Mary was
oar or , e new acc,orde;d the ponof , of. be!ng
. ' . . voted WaynesYllle's outstandmg
:Mr. ano Mrs. Frank Day of .citizen af 19.48 " by the" .thea-
Ky.; spent Sunday 'tre's patrpns. . ','/
With hiS parents, Mr. and M'rs R i. - . . '
K. Day. Day accotnpani: . . 10 thiS contest
ed th.em on. their return A. , T. ,P.Qlinsky, local de.
cinna,ti wher.e.he entered . store operator; ' Ed
flospita,l for obser,vation coac.h , W ville ,
.for a" few days. '
. ,
. ....,. ,
'Mr. a.ad Ronaid Hawke
, ihirty-fourth
'. on Sun-
and. refe dinner ,of. '
, '
BUILDiNGS C'HAfhl$ AUTOIOlill*S ' ,
,
... WAY' MRM " :_.IICI" ,
io lb. Ohio lumen 1ri11 'am JOia bfo.d proteCdon
aD ,.,. ,.,...Ic conn ,our 1MJdI ..... ,oar ..... fOU
.. UdlWa, lor acd .... to Whp' DOt ... toda,? ,
y_ .... ,..',., life ..... ,.,a'n' ......... Ja .... 0IiI0 . ",
: 'Mr and ,Mrs.''' Ftied:-,Har.tsOck in
,Mltfo,Jid. " .
. eMr. thpmas of '.
N, Y., was called here'
durmg the past week on ac-
count , of the sudden death of :
his mether. and has remained ,to
, ,
EEceUeDt protectlo.
aqaiDat aUD, rain, duat,
wind Come in today,
and ... die new S "
kale coloraJ
$.5.49 ,
. spend seyeral dajs ' with his
Father, Frank E. Thomas.
Mr. al)d Mrs .. Samuel Surfaee af
PhIO, were guests- .
! of Mr. tllomas and family. '
The comforts of. a ,home for
those who wish to ,hold services here
STUBBS lun.ral Home
TELEPHONE 1181 WAYNf.SYII,I,E, O.
I .
"
LOT FOR SAI,E
CLAS.8IFIED AD RATE8
10 . PER WORD MINIMUM 25c,
ESTATE,
DON'T FORGET ' TO CALL
for- Insurance.' All types of
InSur,ance at a, savings. cat1
Francis Gene Brown" ph(;me
Waynesvi11e 2935 or call
collect. 2 t t t.
Real Elta!e For 5.1_
. IF rou HAVE A OR
TO SELL oa.u or Wrtte
Oon Tel. KEM46, 617
Lorain Ave., Daytonl Ohlo. tic
FOR SALE-
J ortable s for temporary
pens. Phone 2 t 6 after 0
P. M. -318
FOR ALE-Handsome Gifts-
hina I Te,a Service, China
alad Plates and Cut Glass
di he
.
'Mrs.' Peterson
.Home, Waynesville
Ohio. . -318
FOR - .
John Deel'e h avy' wagon
n I"lJbbe.r. Roll-over scraper
for Kract lllg and excavating
Hammer mills and feed
R'rinders, new and
BANTA IMPLEMENT Co. "
Lebanon, Ohio
Phone. 555
-325
40ULD 'Shallow well
. system .with tank.
Bcrftt;a Implement Co. Leb-
Onl o. Po on e 5 55.
-325
aUSINES,5 SERVICE
We .glve you prQm:pt efficient '
on Y0l:lr ' John Deere
Tractor and related , equip-
Only ,genUine Jolln
Deere par.ts used. Our . mec-
haOles tramed to give satis-
factory service at low cost.
W carry a large stock' of re-
, (or all John Deer.e Il!ac-
hmery. .
BANTA IMPLEMENT Co.
Lebanon Ohio
, Phone SSS
)
shoes or other
, will
. -_.
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I BUSINESS CARDS
, HAND "
POs:rERS
THE MIAMI GAZETTE ' PAGE R
OHIO Ncr. 4360
T ,H U!R S D AY. MARCH 18, 1948
Mrs. A. E. Stout entertained
her Bridge Club on Friday, with
Mrs. M. A. Fulkerson and Mr .
H. F. Dye as guests. 'Two' ta-
bles wete' jn pla'y and the prizes
were won by Mrs. A. T .. Pol-
insky and Mrs. S. N. Keys. Fof-
the games, ice cream
with strawberries, an'g'et food
cake and 'coffee were served.
TL M ' Ii 2 Part-time Teachers ,
'II-e ' ' I a IB I Replace Coach Payne
G
' I' ' I E IT. " E' When Edwin Payne's resigna- - ' ' , tion as eoadi aml teacher at
, , ", WaynesviIJe High School
. ' , effect last week, two part-hm'e
.,' ",' teachers were hire 1 to complete
The is no more. It his work for the school' year.
I
' h t ' SERVING WAYNE'SVILLE SINCE 1850 H. C. Mi11ij,!:an, who wa su-
FIV'E CENTS A COpy perilHenlient of the , Har:veys-
way through the maze of over- f61 : -- , burK School for seve"'al 'years up-
head wires that one,e gtaced tlle OHIO T H U R'S DAY, MARCH 25, 1948 til he retired last year, is teacn-
Miami Gazelte office. _ ,_ ing Mr. Payne's morning'
J]j
in and history .
.' The rewjring job, ordered b,v . Charles' R. Games, a senior
,the some months ago, ,IS t ' t W'l ' t C It , . t k
'no'w 'finished. Metal conduits ' ea, 6 I mmg on , 0 ege, IS a -
P
iJ . ' , lOp: "over the ,afternoon' classes
carry the 'in lines, Damag ' e er' ' _ ' ' Softball League to, Meet in aeronautics and ph:ysieal ed-
the and, {our-foot I " M M K- D- " ' -tlcation, and will be coach of
fluorescent, tubes. provide , '. . ISS' j. losey les- T ht 0 . V L' t.t t 1- d 1.> b 11 M G
)ill'ht than ever, before. wltb a- RepaIrs to, the Idle Hour Res- " I,' " ODlg '" :, De acaDCY ell an as.e a. r. ames
c!"I' M' St t ' , j an Army Air. F rc ' veteran of
boot half as much current taurllnt on ree, T l!.t t Y World War 11 cl'Dd will
Another advantage - r no damaged by fJr,e on March 14, allgu I'or a ears The , Waynesville , Athletic next June. His h me 1 in Wesl
longer have to climb upon desks were begun after the Ass ciatierl ' rheets tonight at U'nion, Ohio. He is not marriea.
, to each he l'lo,ht sw'ltches wner -Mrs. Susan Scanlon,. ' ' 7 :30, p. M. at Kier's Gara,ge to ' '
r f I' h , a 0 t" visited' 'the state Hre' marshal's ' MISS , Laura Elizabeth' Md in- further plan f r 1948 ea- Practice ih track and ba ebalJ '
YN office in Columbus and received sey, who h-ad , bee son, which in the opinion of v - or
: a'll tile switches are the' t1Ull- instructions to the work. 35 years, 1l.1cJuqmg In teran prcimises t " e
chain type and I can giv,:> liP It had otiginally been reported , ' aYMPe TownshIp, dIed at p. Hle l\fst to date. HONG KONG BISHOP
the acrobatic a , roach ' that Inspector 'Nidson had j'e- n:t. onpay the of her With Sprin,e: Valle,Y a'nd the ,,' -
Since the lias I een onuuended-an order to, tear SIster, Mrs .. Earl on Route local American attend- !S CUE,ST OF RECTOR
started nlay ' om:e' thiII I?, ' \ 'iIi down but Mrs. 48 n.ear Rld,g-f
vll1e
. , last week, and being - , The Rt. Rev. Ne-Ison Vi tor
be' don'e soon about the 20-odct , said she was told there no MISS McKmsey ta,ught the only vacancy Halward) Anglican bishop of
cracked , or ... windpw record of the. four-th grade here u_ntil C!f I3elIbr9ok IS ex- Hong KOng, ' was a din'lt er guest '
pan s' in building, .' If ,the repalls can be complet- of when became to receive the s!xth yesterday of the, Kev. and Mrs.
ed) Ownley (Pat) Malone plans seriously Ill. She was 111 a Day- chls,e, ,and Kler S Sarn,uel"N. J(e 's Qf , t. Mary's '
o n t look rOF those' h\ 0 to re-o eri his business, which ton hospital for,about two weeks Ga.l.age, MIll ,r s .. and Episcepal Church 'Bishop
new phone jrunk lines, ,to was 'covered by insurance. before ,g-bing to her sister's F3:J\ley s ,Halthhlfe, ,cer- , Halward th,e United ,States:
banon until next week. jhat,s borne. Her das.s ,js:being taul}Cht tlf.led.league members. with 10 Chin. se, clerg-v. men, all
th ., latest ' word fr m. Harold W. 's C. S. HOLDS ' the ,rest of thiS, -by Mrs. . The under bllper.. of whom are this
/I ucysburger, rna'nager of thl! Ali-DAY MEETING , " Maynard Weltz. of Bob loo.p 111 nth at parishes in the diocese
Lebanon exchange. The intri- '''', Early in her career Miss Me- pres!dent voted to .allow but of southern Ohio. The 1 ishop
cate wor_k of connecting the -The .Woman's Society of also taught at Harveys- outSide players WIth any team, came- here to confer with Ml' '
lines with -Waynesville phones Christian Service held art all- burg and Harmon Grove. each club limiteCt to ' its Keys n the w rk of the Depart:
is under way; nowever. Al () day ,meetin2' at the Methodist services w'ere'held to- own, township boundaries. At 0 Inent of the Town and Country
on fhe way is a new l'\)rectory Cliurch on Thursclay, March day at 1 p'. m. at the McCRure , d'ecided the . limit on p'lay- ,Churches, f which 'Mr. Ke 5 Is
.for April.. ' ,,1 8. The guest speaker was. Mrs. Funeral Home wlth "the Rev. R. ers; each duo WIll be pernutted rovincial chairman.
Eugene Riel of Dayton, secre- B. ip Burial to ' have only 1.2 players, -aI- ',-' . ,
tary of' MissIOn , Per-sonnet, was in Ceroetery. lasses it is expected that an a 'DAVISSONSJ.iEAVE
for the Northwest DIstrict. wefe dismissed at 11 :15 and mendment to allow more play,- ON ]"D,AILER TOUR
A nijn\ber . members from 12 in her memorv., Her ; 'ers during, the first 'month of ' .,
the Lytle were fellow were 'honarary P.Iay will tie ' passed at, this, ses- , Mr. ,and Mrs. Floyd 'L. Dayis:
A 0 of U:, sl nj! , " ' .. son and "'daughter. .. Bonnie left
all ,Friday I'fISr-" ent 'to t e ' nerat Jl e -t)ue to pressure ofr; bUSirress ,Saturd-ay with their house-kailen
power to fJ off a'nd ditmer an a 'bo4y _yesterd,ayJp pay t. eir Raiph "Slim" Edenfie-Id fentler- for an , tour. of the
uently duriilg e"storm. ' Gonner, Mrs. ' Both and., pu- ed his from ,lis vice soutbern states. Their fir'st. des-
t ttig
ht
operra- O. R',r Unglesby; plls gaye floral tributes. ,-"-,-, ---.Lprestd-ent's office and Alvin Lud- tination is New Orleans, af.ter '
tors were 'fellmg caIlers that T61ian lawsdn. ' , Ta' ,- --:-7 , lQg-ton was placeq ' in that of which they will go to Florida.
circuits to , Waynesville -were Devotioqs were led 'by Mrs. 'D. ' fiee. .. ' DaVisson was publisher of
broken. J\lst one of things. Glenn H. e., Ea.m- ' "' , the' Miami 'G,azette for about
hart sang.a solo, 'The Golden Peter D. Banta died at his three years until; Feb. 1. Jrfe has
Another "Friday incident: ' in lytle at 7 :45 ' p. 111. F ' F A HOMEMAKERs no immediate plans for resum-.
Th t k t
'l th t &f Tile Illest. sneaker stressed at the of 71 ,', . ' T in - the p'rlnt.' ... "'usl'ness unt'I'1
e ruc - ral e,r a ran 01, " 'U'ears. . 6Jl had been a farmel' In . HOLD AN, I'U. , BANQUE ' g II U - .'
u. S. 4,l south 0f . here with. a the for more "missionaries '" - , next faU whep t ey expect to be
load df about . too calves. Most ' and called on he to , he Lytle ,area for many ye1ilfS ' Boys and . girls of the ,\toea;. ' in the Southwestern st. ates. ' '
of the eS,eaped but were ,that' we are in" a " SQry.ivors include' hiS ' wife; tional agriculture ,and, home ' -' ,
later Spine were s.cieritifi( , and atomic age tooo May; two ,_sons; Melvyn Banta economics departme.pts.featured ' BUFFET SUP-PER HONORS ' ,
' killed, ,and of co.utse some were yeats ahead ,o'feur spIritual of Jatnlstown, and,. Merlyn ' their joint'banq'uet J. ' c::. HAWKE ON HIS 88TH.
A h h d Banta of. Dayton; and two da evenm 0' Ma ch t 6 l'hese
. brothers, ' Ro,Y Banta of'Leban- ' "Farmers BIRTHDAY ,,- ,
. no ' effort 'to dispose ,' of EOR MRS. , .. on, and Robert Banta of of America and Home- M,r: J. C. Hawke celebrated
the dying animals when Mrs. Glenn Luebke (nee Middletown. Puneral servkesIrt.akers of his. eighty - eighth
, bystanders suggested shc1'utmg bara \Vallcer,>,ofWestDePeret 'were held -Tuesaay. afternoon
l
wdh a and ' on'
tllem" WIS
I
" IS spen(itng lWQ weeks.at at the 'A. H. Stubbs Fune:r.tl a 'program, in' hon'or of their March 17 and reeeivea many
. , her nome ,here and with other Home, wirh parent,S. 'Richard ,Gr:aham. was greetings' ,and' cO!1gf atulatory
STUDENT KNOWN HERE friends'in and near < Of payt.on of,ficiating; toastmaster , a1)t1 Wtlbur cards f.r:Opl his friends. , . ''', J
; ' SCHOOL WaynesVille. ' , Burial was In ' Miami Cemetery,- , Florence tbe welcome. . On Sunday ,he was honor
" QlJlTS CZECH, ,. M'r. 'and' Mrs. Delbert ,Con- ': J ' t Ik t h
, .. REuO ..... ON HEBE ' , ' N " .oanne , amon gave a. a ", gues w .en' ulS ' and
a' ..-..n '1f .. v-.. ger 'SundaY"with, ... '-ft from , Home I Bco- daughter, Mr.. al!d Mrs: , John-
"Milten Q.r'aham, who ,is well a p,arty an hooor of M'rs. FU,neral were 'held nomlts". and Ear! Rye told. a- FroO,lfl:l, eptertamed with a
kn0wn in ' was a ' Tpe - ,Monday in' McKee, . K}<, for ' fO!!r With buffet at their home '
st,\ldent at in, Mr. and Mts. E., M,. HIli ,,'of Mrs. Rebecca Johnson, 55, who hlst9':Y! and. purposes. . " GuestSl' with Mr. w'ere " (
C.zechoslovaKla when the receilt Xenia, and Mrs. Earl Wal-\ died -evening at the was Mr. and Mrs. Ray . Mr. ,
,I CommuDlst coup occurred In_ Mr , and , h. orne of her sister Mrs Akin<' n sandwl(;h-ed In with _a duet , and Mrs. Carl Haw."e, Miss-Bettv I
h t
't g tl 'th Mts. '''erty Benton' an.d son ' of H 0' " . ! t 14 tid tt.. b' I d 11 H k d -r ,r..
t a , coun ry. ite prompt y WI - M-r N'eil', S-.-Zth 'and an au .. on,- " Arrangemelilts antI r 0,1 all He i oYS" . e' aw ,an , ,,10m LUJ)msky, of . .
drew froml the school to pratesf . , lI"th " " were made by the Stubbs A PI;lO<;> , SOlo was given Dayton, Mrs. Mel,vyl'). ,Baqta of. I
of ffl-y ,professorsand son. S , Mr. " Funeral Home r ,,' ':, by Shuley -and cornet Jame'stowli, Mr. and Mrs C '
, imp'risQt;lment of my fellow stu- ' GeOll!.e Wtstdo'l'P of st. Mrs. ; Johnson _was a < ,sister sqlos ' b,V :MiltoQ , Lee Hawke" and Mrs. ClYde
,', ' , dents/'7and_ a recent ASSOciated . M,lSs' ; of Mrs. Purkey of this DaVid Purnas, presJdent of fromm, - c,lnd Mrs. pori _
Press rep,ort said lie Was one J,ane Walker ,and ana township. Her husband, al'so the V.oung FarmeJiS'l of .America Mlr. ah.d Mrs. ,Maynard :
, of 23 American stuaents seek'!' Walke:r"all of; lel.ian-on. survives told of Jhe, work and Ideals of Weltz, and faml}Y, the host and ) 1
, ' ; ing to 'deternline tli'eir status in Mlssq>ral<Pb,t1nbwer and: Mrs.' that ,org'anization men J ' '
. Prague " -, .Josephlne, of Mlddle- \ who are. out (jf school ' members "
" : I . it ,, ' h'" I t9wn, 'Mrs. 'Blel Walker"of Mid- ,MRS. MABEL FARR " of F: 'F. A. who meet o'Q'ce POMONA GRANGE'
G(lham
d
,IS t e son
k
ofot c
h
ate 1 land, MIS. Pat RiSher, ,kvnGn- M. rs. M. abel' 'a noWall',e: ',. a week. fo'r ,nigll( Classes to BAS', KET .
Mprns an J\Ilna Du e ra am. burg , Mrs. EdwardS and r II d d fa b AEoK
'1+I,s the la, te Mr. daug' 'hter oftf ' .i.nd died early Sunday morn,- an , ISCUSS arm pro ,Iern
s
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and Mrs Wtlt uraham were -., it 109 at the Carr Home, in Dr. O. F. Boyd Q(, Grange ,oJ Warren '
. .' . , '. , Mr. and Mrs .. aywoaa Funeral 'servIces were ' ton ,Colle,re mstructl.ve County will meet here on Satur-
and Iain of Oak'wood. held 'Wednesday anemoon at ,' talk on. and In- ev.enin.g at tfle Gian,g-e Halt
ving as - a 1ri the Stubbs ' Fune.ral Home -with 10, "and' to our . a basket dinl}er' at seven
the tbeatre. MiSs Ruth Earnhart daQghter , the Rev. R. B. Coleman of the homes an,d our country. , 0 clock. An pro- '
Hel was graduateq from Antioch of Mr. and Mrs. J::larold ' B. Methodist ' p'urch . V" Martz, ',state' repre- , is being With one
_ college, an June-t 947 and ,then Earnhart has -been selected as Huri'al was In Miami se,nta'bve froni Wafren County, to be gi\'en by Waynes-
went to Pra(ue for fU!1per one of tile -officers in 'the newly SurvivQI'$ include her hus- , g-ave ,a btief talk the vlUe Grange 13. '
study. He majored in pohtlcal formed Rainbow Assembly ror band, Frank of , Lebanon, and a -value of what 'it means
sCience. girls at Lebanon. in P,ayton. " - to g-ef into rural homemaking. (ttt)' 41
TOWDship's QUota Is $700 '
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G '-I ECenemusl, .to RED CROSS
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The Miami Gazette '
8TABLI8B.D 11.0
Publi.hed Evet!y Thu,,8day
At Wayne.ville. Ohio .
CARL O. SMITH, Editor
Entered a econd ola matter ' at the Poet Office
SUBSCRIPTION RATE:
$1.50. Year in Advance
Ev ntsComi-.g Up
;
(To .events listed in this calendar, notify The Miami Gazette
before 4 p. m. Tl,lesdays.) , ,
, FRIDAY, MARCH 26 ' . '
Union service at Friends Meeting House, 1 :30 P. M.
Stat ions of the Cross at St. Augustine's Church, 8 P: M.
International Folk Music J:estival at Wilmington College, 8 P. M.
SATURDAY, MARCH 27
:Pomona Grange basket dinner, Grange Hall, 7 P. M.
, SUNDAY, M4RCH 28
Easter Sunday; Go to Church! ,
Sunrise service at Methodist Church, 6 A. M. ,
Presentation of Easter prizes at Twin Theatre, :Jt) P. M.
MONDAY, MARCH 29
Boy Scout Troop 40 at 7 :'15 P. M.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 ,
Fourth Quarterly Conference, Methodist Church, 7 P. M.
METHODIST CHURCH
R. B. Coleman, Minister
Church School , 9 :30 A. M.
" J I J. BUTske, Supt.
WorsMp-,S, 1,0 :30 A. M.
Youth Fellowship . ,
Tbursday., ", :30 pII!.
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ST. MARY'S EPISCoPAL '
aAMUEL N. KEYS" Minlat ...
- Church School (} :30 a. m.
School 10:30 a. 'me
Morning Prayer 1'0 :30 a.
1
m.
FRIENDS
First a.y 9:30
for Worship ,
,
HIGH MASS TO BE
AT:S 'EASTER MORNING ,
Hi gh, m'ass at Sa" m., w'ith
a second, mass at 'l Oa. m., will
hig-hlight the services
for Easter, mornin,{ at st.
Augustineis Church. Father
Robert KrumhOlZ, rector, will
be assisted by Father Stan
Woelfer of Mt. Sf: ' Mary'S
Sem1inary in, Cinchmati. ,
, Tomorrow evening at ' R
. 0' clock 1:he of tlle
Cross service will ,be for
G90d Friday. , '
. '
EPISCOPAL SERVICES
FOR HOLY WEEK
" St. Mary's Church
METHlODIST CHURCH
Easter Sunday, ' March 28th, 1948
8 A., M. DEVOTIONAL SERVIa:
Conducted by the Youth FeUowship
Leader Douglass Henders,on, Pres.
Call to Worship ,
Hymn Church Hyrrilyal 151
Prayer
Poem, "An Easter Prayer" , Dor.othy Wilson
Responsive Readifllg ' , ' . Hymnal Page 629,
Hymn, "Christ is Risen , Todal''' , Church School Hvmnal 94
' The New, Testament story of the First Easter , Mary Ann Button
Solo, UMy Task" , Hadan
Story, "Sunrise on the ' Altar of Heaven" Patsy ' Baird
Poem, "Easter Joys'" Mary Dora Hough
Song "Christ Arose" Soloi t, Rohert Hastings
Benediction
, Chorus by the Youth Group
Breakfast for all in ,the basement
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, -) tlnL1rer OIlilJ SIlH!S.
As TOLD BY"'" CONSEJ<.VATION DIVISION
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Mr. 'aDd Mrs. E. F. Earnhart
had as Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. R,obinson ,and coild-
ren of Dayton and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles B. Earnhart and
'daughter of -TrotWOod. Master
Donald J. Robinson remained '
for th,e' E,aster vacaUoo.
Mr. and M'rs. W. E. Stroud
as dil!ner on Wednes-
(Jay evenmg Mr., and Mrs. R. b
Brown and Mr. and Mrs." Forest
Graham and son, Richard.
, f 0 :30, a.m.
ST.AUGUSfINE ,
Father Krumholb.
, services for Holy week are
Noonday at: 2 every
day. Maundy Thursday, Even-
song 8 P. M. Good Friday, part
icipation in Community ,Union
Service at the Friends' M'eeting
House 1 :3'0, P. M. Easter . , M 'R F" ' , f G ' ,
Church 9:30 K. " M." r. oy
Choral" Eucharist, 1,0 :30 A. M. Schoo]" Pa.,! IS " the
celebran.t on Easte,r Day vacatIOn ,at Ithe home
will be Chaplidn, Col. John C. hIS parents, Mr. and Ell
Mrs. R.ose Fires was removed
to Miall1i Valley Hospital on
Monday.- morning with,a fractur..;
ed hip as a result " of a fall at .
her hOl1)e on Friday. .- '
Masses . 8 and 19 A. M.
, ,
, \VA \ "NESVllJ.E ,
" CHURCH OF CHRIST "
. ,Minister
School 9 :30 a.m.
w. Linsley. ;'. , ' , Fur-nas. ' .
The off.eting on E.aster " Oay
will be used for ' , to St.
Mary's Gh1:1fCn ,and ,Rect9ry.
Mr. Mrs. SqUi
'Communion i 0 :30 a.m.
Evening "7,:30 p .., M.
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',CAEsARS CREEK. , FRIENDS
, REV. ,DAVIO 6TANFIELD,
ha ve arnved home after spend
, ing the winter in 'fucson, Ariz.'
'f1l ,,' with their san and
r;... ,. , ' 1 ,,' t:aw; 'Mr . . 'and" Mrs. Wilfred
-. , pme Squire.s daughter.
Worship Service ' 9 :45 'a . m.
Sun,day School t 0 a, 01.
FERRY CHURCH of CHRIST
, RALPH ,E. STIN80N, Minlat ...
I ,
BIble School 9 :30 a.me
1o:3(), a.m.
Prayer ] :00 p.m.
People s ,
7 :00 p.m.
Evening S,eryices 7 :30 p.m.
Mr. Newfon ' Dearth and , .
,daughter" Miss " Ina Oearth o( , Mrs. R. "R. Ben'scm ot'lndi '
spent' a'fter- polis \yas.a of :her .pa1rents,
noon With Dr. and Mrs. Frank 'and Mrs . . W. j' P,. Salisbury
Gregg. . 1 '" dur.ing"the past week .
. Mrs. lucile, Armitage and ' , '
Miss Ruth-Chandler spent Mon- ,
day in Columbus.
"Dr. an'd Mrs. , Gate
of Dayton called on their aunt,
Miss Margaret Edwards on' Sun-
day', 'afternoon. "
" ,
at the
Jamea'Harnqton ,:
. Nor.th . ' Water':
.' " + ,
, "Mr. ArUlU;}' Th'oroas of
Bea.verto-wn , called,. on hIs
cousins; Miss.es, Marne and
Annie , Bro\vn on ,
MT. HOLLY morning. ' " Conductedi' "By'
T. M. SCARFf'. M,n"ter Miss Ruth Chandler , spent Rev.,H: Hornsby, of HlUDiiton
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m . . Saturday in Cedarville,.' t.he
E ' A 'E Ii Ii S pt o( Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hilt . .. , 1lIE PUB".C IS ' I'NVlTED
" .' am. a , , u , Mrs. Ella Dakin was a ,Sun.
10:,30 un. day dinner guest- of Mr. and
Evenmg SerVice 7:30 p.m. Mrs,. Geqrg-e , Johnson in , ___ ___
,- Lebanon , ' Get 'Your , ToRmCk.
and
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE I
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO No._1
THURS'OAY, MARCH 25, 1 ....
Mr. Ronald Hardin, who is
attending the UnIversity of
Tennessee at Knoxville, spent
the week end wi1h his parents,\
Mr. and Mrs. T. S" Hardin, ana

, Mr and Mrs. Harold ,B. Earh-
and children', Misses Naomi
and Ruth and Harlan Earnhart,
Mr. 'and Mrs. K. N. Hougq and
children, Mrs. Viola Harlan, Mr .
Harold Beckett anti -daughter,
Mrs. Ernest Harlan and
ter
1
Mrs. ' StanTe,y
Bailey and Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. st. John and Mrs.
Earl Hockett attenqed various
parts of the Rainbow Assembly
, for girls at Lebanon on Saturday
afternoon . .
Rep?esenting
Weatheimer & Company
Members New York Stock
Exchanges and other
, , registered Exchanges
Investment TI'UIt SIuarea
Bought - Sold - Quoted
' Phone Waynesville 2530
Dayton AD3257
OFF1CE HOURS:
UeL 7 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Wed. 8 A. M. _ 12 NOOD
Sat. 7 P. M. to P. M.
. ,
Located Across from
'Office.
, 'Broadcast:
2.-25-Quart Hopper
Capacity. '
, . .
3.-Will Sow' 11.6 Acres
an :Hour at 4 M. P. H
4'.-Distributes evenly and
in, ace-urate' am'ount
- .
per acre.
5.-Adjustable to all
makes of tractors.
' UI'lCA E. U. B. CHURCH ' ,Mrs. , Lu ile Armitage was the, ' , BUSINESS
REV. 'WILLIAM week en j guest of her cousin,' ;
, ' . Sunday School 9 :30 !II.m. Miss Glenna in Dayton.' . 0 1'1.
.. Mrs. Evalyn Peterson attend- of'
. " Mrs. James Garrison, SlJpt. . ed the funeral of her sister-in- STANFORD .-....al ......
. , .. Rogers and SimpsoD Trador Sales
Preaching. 1 st and 3rd' Sundays law, Mrs. Alice MacMillan on
eadl mC?nth 10:30 a.m. Saturday, a1 Chester.
,E. NOR11I
. PHONE 2842
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Grade School Noles
afternoon. Mrs. Elli McClure
taught the ' room during her
IWAYNE8VILLE, OHIO No. 4311 Won Lost
T H U R 80A V, MARCH 26, 1948 . Waynesville 40
LEGION BASEBALL

W'ITH l,1NIFORM
. All members who have their
uniforms from last year's Amer-
ican LeR'ion baseball season are
asked to take the sUfts to the
B. and R. Cleaners by Saturday
in preparation for the new sea-
so".. Mana.e:er Bob 0' said
he IS hopeful of starting practic'e.
no' later than the 'second week
in April. '
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WAYNESVILLE RATES
SECOND AT'TOURNEY
Waynesville's ' Independent ,
basketball team emerged
in second place at the Fayette.
ville I.nvitatioJl(\,1 Tournament
'la,st week in Ohio.
The local team' was beaten. in
the final game by Frankli'n, -l::!-
39 on .Sunday ev
PreVIOusly Wa ' n de-
feated Wilmingt n Able by a
-49-47' score on Sun.day
noon; Blanchester by 37- 5 Oil
Thursday and Fayetteville bv
4035 on Saturday. " .
" Jligl School
. rIoied
.4Vic" Thompso'n, --torward
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R. Gons
O. Rose
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.I. Mulforp
V. Hill
E. Ramby
C. Palmer
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166 125 171
1 129 119
146 129 177
159 158 126
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749
American Legion 39 '
Tommy's Place 38
37
Good 37
Columbia Rec'er: 35
Handi.e:as 33
Eagles f , ' '7
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421 140 5974 149
412 137 ' 8495, 1'44
452 - 151 10189 150
443 148 10134 149
6243 147
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absence. . ..
(By Min "arclin) Daintv Easter Baskets in
argaret Cewser' affi-v.e . p-rin-re.JefS-have been ma.cte
32 Waynesville last Monday, in Mrs. First Grade
33 Marc'" 15, from. Mo. , and the children are eagerly
34' She is in t,he sixth grade. She awaiting a from' the
36 will leave , tbis Thursday ' for Bunny. '
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30
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Little Rock, Ark. 'Sharon BunneH of the first
Harold Yonkers has with- ,grade has been confin-ed to
drawn fronl. the second f' rade home for two weeks, With
and moved with his fatni?y to ' measles. The class 'writin."
Belfast, O. period was utilized one day to
The second grade pupils a L' write letters to .
Easter booklets, in- Mrs. George Johnson, mother
eluding the Golden Rule and of first Larr Johnson"
maxims that they haye learned is in Miami Valley Hospi.tal
66 during- the year. Also, the where she underwent a maJor
40 bookiets' will contain lessons in ' operation. The children have
59 writing, arithmetiC, made to send per
68 and art. , . as soon as ' she IS able to enJoy
68 Mrs., Sheehan's room. has , them. '
43 been to Improve spell-
Mrs. Harty Satterthwaite, Mr.
ing. So far this term, twenty, of Mrs. Davis Furna entertain.:.
the , thirty-one pupils have made ed wi th a miscellaneous shower
"A' every day. Billy Kier, in on Friday even ina hOflOrtna her
the fourth has nii sed ",...
only one word this year. Bill Mrs. Ed. Shaw, a recent
has the enviable record of hav- bride. .
in.e: missed but four words in his and With
, entire school career. lovely prizes were enJoyed and
Mrs. Sheehan , att nded ,the ' the .. fQuod many l<;wely
,funeral of an unCle, Mr. J. C. p: ift her. ,
Collett, in Dayton on Tuesday Refreshm nts were served.
I -
,on' the coun!)' Champi 11-
baskctball kam,
was .!riven honorable mention ( rt
the all-s,tate team. Selections
were matte following distri t
tournaments 'by 1hc officials who'
" refereed the ,post':season game .
A steak dinner: wiU be 'served
at the school cafeteria Saturday
in .honor of the bas-
ketball squad. c"" ' ,
Arrival of a movie projector
and other equipment fr'om a U.
'5. war sUfJ)'lus depolt is being
awaited, Supt. Raynwnd BraCt
dock has announced. Tile Jrult-,
erial is availabte to schools on,
lfayment of costs. ,This
amounted to abou for the
movie n1i3chine. A link train'r. '
which o,iginally cost
has also been ordered with only
shipping costs to ,be paid. This
will be used in the aeronautics'
classes. . , '
The oriRitHllly sche-
duled for April 2 will be held
on April 9, and the freshman -,
I tea has been moved back from
the ninth to the second:,
Classes were this
, afternoorr- the funeral
for Mrs. LaUfa McKin-
s,ey, veteran 'grade school teach-
er ' here. Tomorrow ,afternoon,'
pup'lls ' will be ' dismissed to at
tend the Good Prtctay union ser- '
vice at ,the FrienCls Meeting
Housel > '
Callers on Mr: anq Mrs. Earl
Evans the' past week,: were th'e
the former's sister and brother-
Mr:' and- Mrs. N. D.
Smith of SpriOe- Valley, ' the lat- '
te 's br01her Aaam ,Ca,mpbell of '
Harveysburg, !lnd,
'Flecher oJ Cmcmnatl, Alfred
Fragee of Oregonia and Mrs.
Grace ,Schular and Virginia
Schular. Mr. and .Mrs. Gayle
Evans ' had Mrs. Evans parents,
Mr. and Mrs,. Wm. Fiecher of
Cincinnati as guests over the
week end. '
,
to .J,Sel
Rllt, Btn-O", USE
. ,
/'10 ..... .. ,
, ' t , . .
, Orqhouacl 01' .. "'.,laty low, fare. "to all part. or the
... With your GreyhouDc1 .. ent the Jery nat, \
time ,.. pia trip. AlIO uk about GreyhoUnd a;penae-
paid toun to any of America'. favorite play,aroundI. "
, '
IfMiiI "O,.,bound Can rd. You Anlwla "
, in,._ 01 ODJone'. '
__ . ill' ,','GREYHOUND'l'ERMlNAL'
WAYNESVILLE DRUG Store
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,
. , '
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TEbEPHONE 2121
'. Cook, by th.: ... ver-equallecl D"tm mefl:tod
DHONE244J
, '
Come in tOday aDd ... hi maDY s.e t&.
, 0(
SiuJe ServM ... , abown at left. See how the
Spiral focue the heai-aDct'.n. ... '
, Note how euily it'e kept ep.rklinc clean,
top aDd burner' bowl' aU in 008 piece or pore:.-
....,. way you'll find th. Ovea '
0.. R.ap ia. trulJ out.,.ridi,.,. See' it riPt
, ,
. ,
m

Mr. an.d Mrs. Clart!nce Craw
rl. . ford were dinner I{uests, Sat
, , t. 0 ' U urday at the home of and
i7 Mrs. Lewis Crawford of Xenia,
Mrs. Clarence' Micheal called Mr. Charley BTalr and mother
on Mrs. Clarence Crawforj ' Etta Blair 'Of Xenta spent Sun-
Thursday. day aftern90n with M r, and Mrs.'
Mrs. Frank DakIn v. as sup Lue Morgan.
per gue t W,edn sday of Mrs. Mr. an9 Mrs. Pat Hopkins,
Hily Gibson. and family spent Saturday eve
Mr. and Mr . Earl Crawford ninl{ with Mr. and Mrs. Everett
of n nt W d- Bunnell and family,
ne day evening with Mr. an i . Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Morgan
Mr . C. Crawford. / . and' family. Mrs. Clarence Craw-
Mr. George Smith a'nd Mrs. ford spent Sunday afternoon
Ruth mith ailed on Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Berges
Mr . Ra .mond mith, of Beavertown. '
. .
LANDSCAPE SERVICE \
Lawn & Garden Maintenance
TOP SOIL SHRUBBERY
TOM PITTS ,:
Phone - - Leb.' 246R.
-42:!
, ARTHUR HELSINGER
- -: SHOE1tEPAIR
-
11 S. Mechanic St.
LEBANON. OHIO
W,H EEL
SPORTING GOODS
STOKE'S DAIRY
"MEADOW GOLD Product." .
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Runyon .
visited Mr . Runyon, mother 'Of
M-rs;' De Lancy. at Madura Sun.
day. Mrs. De Lancy has been a
patient at Our Lady of M.ercy
Hospi.tal . Mariemont the past
\\eek. "
, Mr. and Mrs, Rayniond Sulith
spent Saturday eveninl{ with Mr.
and Mrs. Hily Gibson.
LOUDEN BARN
. EQUIPMENT
Steel ind "s
.' 'Fe d Carts
Hay Tra k .& Carriers
Litte r Ca.rrie r
talls and tantions
8ANTA IMPLEMENT CO.
Lebanon, Ohio
Phone 555
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WAYN,ESVILLE, OHIO No. 4881
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j1 . THE M'''MI G"ZETTE p"GE 4
, T H lJ R S or A Y. MARCH 25, 1948
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f)
f
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I
singer spent ui1day, with h i
Mr. and Mrs. G. H;
Kersinger.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wildnnn
of Jackson, Ohio, called on Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Earnhart a,lld
family. Mrs. Wildman remaine.lt
for a few days. .
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
, and family caned on .Mr. an 1
Mrs. Lewis Crawford of
Sunday eveninK.
, There ' will 'be a birthda y
party at the hurch ruom Fri-
d
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COMMON PLEAS
Wilbur Zimmerman vs. RoQ.ert
et aI, dismissed wit hout rec-
ord.
Wnl tel' vs. Martha Scoa,
hearing set for March 27. at 9 :30.
Chap McGuire ' vs. Nanie Mc-
Guire, service by publication or
dered. .
Lois Jean Frisch, minor, vs .
Ralph , Frisch, defendan,t, ordered
to pay plaintiff .$.12.50 per week
an'd '$50 to plaintiff. .
,Callie vs. Mon.!oe LamJ>,
dismissed without record.
Stella Powell vs. WilbUr Powell,
dismissed without record.
Jean Missi'ldine vs. Mis-
sildine, hearing" set for April 6.
Wilford Griffith VB. Georgia
Gt'lflith, divorce to plaintiff, plain-
tiff ordered to pay $50 per month
for ,
Robert lIoman vs. l\f. J. Grace
and Howard Mitchell, judgment to
plaintiff f01' $831.99 and from de
feudatlti, ,M; J ; Grace.
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REAL EsTATE TRANSFERS
William Herrington to U. G. and
Myrtle Shockey, lot in South Leba-
non.
The ' Village of , Franklin: to Her-
bert and , ;Martha Emel'ick; lot in
Franklin'. " ,l '
The Village of Franklin to Eu-
gene and Lera Eme1'ick, lot in.
Franklin. .
091'a Tnompson to Walter and
Marga1'et Green, 0.37
j
acre in .Mas-
sie twp. ' . .
Walter and G1'een to
Paul and ' Zelma lsaaes,
0.37 acre in Massie twP. ' ,
Chap MaGuiie to 'Mc
Guire, ,2 . lots in Union .
WUbur and' Josie Zhnmerman to
. J.
' Ralph lIanaghan, 17.16 acres In
aukliB twp. ' ,
, Florb Ru'nyaJi tOe Lenora W. HoI.
'lon, 7.43 acres
Owen and Susan Bowling to
Marson and ,Helen We!lls"
acres in Washington tlq). ,.
The Loveland MutuaJ Bldg. '"
Loan Co. to William ,and gUen
,Denney, 2' lots . in South Lebanon.
Minnie ' Walker to James and
Magnolia Johnson, Q.19 acre ' tn
Lebanon. ' I I
. ! .
I Ge01'g'e Henkle to John ana Mar-
tha '4;64 acre' ,in 'Wa:yne
twp. I.' I I, \ ' , "
Monroe and tallie ULmbJ fo Earl,
and June lot in Frantd\m .
, Leror and ' Glpii,. r to
Lyie Jlnd ' TJnpel' , 1,22
I in twP
t
I' '; '. ,
Jflora , Cecil .
. /al1d 50 ,cres in Wa,h
\i gto,n tU'\ , I ' .. ,
, ,,r; to T. D.
. . hall" acres ,n Tnf-
. .11 f ,
FIRESTONE TIRES "; to Letta'
' . . . (&ere in ' .
t , l 1 '1. I , t T Corwin Fred 'tp Virgil Rapp, 0.80
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T,HE ",'AM' -GAZETTE
WAYN,E8VILLE, OHIO No. 4381 .
T H U R 8 D A V , 'MARCH 25. 1948
tThe Sen'ate has the Knutson Tax', Reduc ..
'tion ,Bill in:' form ' w.biC'l,1 . will make'
"over-all cut h" individual incQm tax ,of
apPl'oximately four Milion eight, million
J. j ,
dollars this year, to January lat.
The House will now either the Senate am'end-
ments to the measu,r'e or send the ,bill to' a Confer-
,military alliance with the European powers
to stop the spread of Communism in , Europe.. or
simply resort to continUing our foreign aid ,loan,
program, which up to date has seemingly been of
little benefit. The faets are that the Congress, has
long been of the I;'resid,ent as faF as "standing
up to Russia" is concerned. Ever since World War
Two. ended Congressional leaders have been demand ..
ing a firm policy to.ward Russia and against Com.;.
munistic aggression. The legitdators .have also in-
sisted that the United Nations be to work. The'
Congress also has been doing everything withil1- its
power activities this country,
both Wlth!n and witho.ut the Government, desp'ite the
of some high Administration officials a'nd
many groups. .
" ....
. With the nation beiDi threatened by ... crippling
strikes in , the coal mines and vl!orious industries of -
the natioii, it is comforting to ' know ;the' Taft-Hut-
ley Act, is on, ,the. bOQks, .and that under it ,
President of ,the no.w has the P.9w-
er to quic,kly bring an end to any stl'ike which; en-
the' pubiic:: safety or. It to
be hoped' the will use these powers wisely ,
and well, and that he will not to use them
whenever it beeomes' to do so.
ence oommittee, where the ,between the , Ten days before the deiivered his ad-
House and will be ompromised. dress to Congress, the ltepublican leadership in the
, Final approval by both the House and Sen'ate ap- House and Senate . announced, it would be the party
pears certain and it Beems likely-if the President) policy to grant 'any 'appropriations requested by the
vetoes the tax measure-that the two- Services foJ,' national defense purposes. In
, thirds: majority to enact the bill into .law over a fact the 80th Congress has already appropriated
veto can pe ' obta,ined. mor.e money for national defense than has been re-
. ....... quested by the 'President, and is leading the waf In
Everyone in Copgress is as mystified as the rest urging' the modernization of our armed forces. It .
of the country over the reasons for the President's now :appears mOfft likely that our military serviCes
sudden to the J'oint Session of Con- will be materially strengthelled within the next few
gress last' in ' which h,e 'took a little .. months and. that the Air Force, in particular will be '
'stronger' 'position against' Russian aggression'. How-" greatly up. The Air Polie,
ever, he gave 'the Congress and the country 110 new ' 'Board, weeks ago reported iI.1 favor of a strong
information on the foreign ituation, white re-stat- modern Air Force and many Republican leaders have
ing his support of the European Program been urging that action be taken immediately. '
and Universal Military Training legislation. The
I '
Mr. and Mrs. Harold. B. Earn- _
family ha,d as Wednes- '
day evening supper guests Mr.
and Mrs. K. N. Hough and child.
re,n Har'lan, cete.
the thirteenth birt'hday
anniversary of their dauIYhter
Ruth. ,
Mrs. Glenn ,D. Borden and
Mrs. S. S. Ellis were 'lunCheon
guests of Mrs. Harry. , Hot'mes
in Lebanon on Friday, t
HOURS: '
9-12 each morninK
t -5 afternoons except
Wednesday ,
7-9 Saturctay evening
Other evenings by
, Appointment '
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TELEPHONE 62R
Dr . C. E. Wilkin ' '. "
,Optometric EYe Specialist
, '
26' South Detroit
I "
r OHIO '
Mrs, John Settlemyre an'a,.
daughter. Nancy, were Tu'esclay
supper ,guests 'of her
parents"Mr. and Mrs. L, C. ' St..
John.
Technical knowled,g-e, r;ractical
experience, modern equipment '
. . . on these three
, factors GO we base our cleaning
ervice. I..,et us show you the
feren e ,good cleaning make "
t ..
" only new Mr. Truman suggested, was that a Tho.se best capable of judging do not believe war
temporal'y Selective Serv.ice law be enacted for the with Russia will come any time soon, and that our
conscription of men needed .to build up the armed building ()f a modern and stronger national' defense
services. He made' no suggestion relative to the Im- "may/prevent the coming of war. The facts are Rus-
mediate need of' a la.;ger more modern air force. sia is not 'in shape to fight another war 'any .' time
It has long been a New Deal praetiee to 'create an soo.n; , and" certainly do.es no.t : ha\re to as long as
emergency or ,crisil\ ' just pefore Congress is ,he" get everYthing she wants wtthoutfighting.
upon to ;vote o.n '80m,e important pieCe of legislation. Neitber is the U,nited. States or any, other nation '
, " .. ., ..., ' to 'fight 'another war. Actually no nation is .
Most memberS o.f Congress l'iatening' to the prepared to. go to war at thi's time. So It does
add.res'S last Wednesday were hopeful ' he c,o,me it will not be for several
would se\ fdRh it) clear and underatandable ,terms fro.m five to twenty years-unless .. ..;.._-;,.
just what our Arne can, foreip policy actually is. should bring on an -unexpected' armed con-
I. 1 and country are_ entitled alld ' there is always the' danger so.me such tn-
,. 't9 khow whether t)le IPresident propo!$es ' we enter a cident pccur In such _ tgrbulent
f " SUI1l'$ t :
H&nry ' Brown 'vs: Hattie Brown,
divorce, gross neglect, R. Z. Gray.i
I, ' Henry Young ancl Employers,
Mutllal ... Jl,labilitY' ..Yhsurance Co. of
Wisconsin Ralph Kindred, for
money, ' only, apl.ount claim,d $125
' and of suit., I, I , "
V$.
db.rlel. Slnltlt! ; mi or, for 1I\oney
on\y to-
gethD With, inter.te ' , :' " j
In' the ; matteli of 0hai-let COok, '
I r May.nard , ... _
Lawretlee StaR' al1d 'f.erey ,
, triiateei' of
Of1 0rthodox ,,( li'rientJs r ' of
to sell teal
) ,aldner 6 'c.-ew .
.3 11$ 2 j H'
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TWIN

by I
, FOX HOLLY
f the TWIN
/ nte t i ' draw-
- - - I mean the
'nt t of the
, n actresses
: ' ' r on the left-
f tb inner lobby.
C m te" t -\ 'e F ri day' at 9 P.
M, 'Th prize ,ha en't been an,,:
ntlJ un d but it ' little bo'id' told
' me the awards would be sev" .
eral ',passes g-ood for ' it month's
arta of pictures at the Twin.
Imagine nine or more features
absolutel free to tne men, wo-
men or children who
idenJify the greatest numb'er of
hotographs, A
, fr Ictures could mean a sav-
of $5.00 'or more. So hurry'
hi sch 01 lassies , ... 'certain'yy
you can name some of, them.
Remember, you don't have to
correctly name them all" ,but
you, d.o have to write your
choice on paper; sl,gn your name
and address and, present it to ' New York University In Basket-
,the Twin boxoffi'ce before ' 9 ball. "Oreams on Ie 'color re,-
P. M'. Friday. , . winners wil'l iS,sue fav0rite, is also
be announced Easter Sunday, at The middle of ,the week pte-
both the matinee (2 :30 P. M.) tures Susan Hayward in Unt-
and evening performances (7 versal's "Smash-Up',', with LeI.!
and 9 P. M. ' ' Bownian, former Cincinnatian,
Briefviews: 'f.hat "BB" in, the role. This pic-
ination that spells dyn'amUe ture is strictly adult ','medicine '.
hits town Friday and Sat in To relieve the pressure,
"Dark Pass'age" (WB): starr- '''Sambamania'' a Ptl'I,lCe anl1
ing Humphrey Bo'gart and Lau- story-plot of Latin-
ren Bacall in a story that is re.. American life is added,
ally terrific .' . '. from the grey ' Extra! Last , week to
pnson walls of San Quentin .to uSe, the pI'cture' b,'lltot on tile
the, tropic coast of Peru. . If
Hope none of the dyed-in-the March show calendar. Hard t
wool opera object to understand why more . peopl "
,the stlencml?' of the horse s haven't dropped their ballots at
hooves this weekend. , the TWin boxoffiCe and saved
Easter , Sunday and 'Monday one atimi'ssion price, a-
pre'se,nts ,lovely little Mar.garet with assLlring themsely'es 0 "
O'Bnen m MOM's TechntcoTor ' to 'a 'large 'extent
m uS ical, h' e LJnfinished what - will tome . to
Dance" with ' the setting around ' Waynesville. Anyway we ap-
a metropOlitan ballet ho'use predate 'requests like" one from'
lovers music and ballet num'- , Rayniond Burden, R R 1, who
bers will see "Swan Lake" and reaJly the spirit by
"Holiday for StrIngs" and the requesting, ,no' than 16 pi -
ent'ire family should fil}d the tures. Thanks, Some of
actin,g- of M iss O'Brien and the-those you want wiII be, screened
dancing of Cyd Cliarisse (Re- at the TWin in the. near future.
mem,b,er Fiesta?) ver-:'l,good eq .., Happy ,
tel:ta!nmerlt. In 'addItIOn, WB
News . pi'esehts scenes of the "PHANTOM
Czech' envoy defying' the Com- IS FAVORITE STORY
niunis ts,; rare scenes of Ever-
light; and Notre' Damevs.
Rudyard Kiplin'g's, ronlanti'
and; supernatural tale "The
Phantom Ricksha, II' selected b
Tayl r as' his. best-loved
story, will be dramatized Tues-
. ,qaiy, March 'aJ 9 :30 p. 'm.
. :on the Dayton, PoWer arid Light.
,cotb'p'any's p.rogram over
WHIO. .
, A "ARM DIARY
Dy q. J. FRAIZER
March 19, 1948., is
here. Today (he crOCuses are in
bl60m and the March lion
The wind is blowinl!' so hard
that the turkeys gave up,
to \valk across the pasture a. nd
turned around and went back
do\vn to the w'oods. The, wind '
blew them . off balallce and
ruffled their feathers the 'wrong
, way, The gobbler ' was leading'
the procession with hjs tail
spread like a sail. He tried mnn-
before the wind but it djd,n't
work. The feathers were strain-
almost to the breaking po'itH,
but th y wer n't. set in the :righ .
,place fur a sail, 'and rhey tWISt- "
ed. tir,st one way and then the
uther till he g: a ve up and i .
hi harem back to the shetter of
the woods. , The mtle clump of
lavender crOCLlseS that to, d' ,so
straight and brigttt this, I11 Qn;lUlg,'
is almost blown 'to piece,S bl;1t
they are open and the a're
th,el'e .i ust t ' prove that the
c,alendar is ', ,riF,'ht and I
here at last:
The wind will dry the gro,und
after today s show rs so hai
plowin.' can $tart again. Field
after field , already shov s clean
brown ,furro'ws and ach tirhe
you KO down a road , (bere is
nlOre ground broken. We have
. '
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE.
IWAYNIE8VILLE, OHIO, No.. 4381
T H U R S D A V, MARCH 25, 1948
'like the one we had e'arlier in
the day 1 may try to plant some
somewhere. I would like to try ,
to plant accordln2' to the tradI-
tional signs thls year and see
how it comes Qut.
Fence bUilding time is also
Here and, glory be, we are gOiu,g ,
to have,two m.ce new line fences
that , .ha,ve ,wanted for ' a long
IO,ng tIm e. The one . south , of
my bouSe has been nee,ded for
seventeen years. When' we. first
moved here ,our neighh::ns told
us we would have to ,build 'a new
fence. They haa patched theirs
and thought it would do for a
while. It was an old picket fence
witb band-split .plckets that had
been there nobody kno\\'s how
Any determ1ned
could break them out and get
througll. Then ,the hole, would e
up ,with a few sticks.
I.n some places there, were even
some old pieces of woven wire
fence but it was uncertain ann
caused us much troul'te" We
patched our enli for a few years
and' then we put un a nice ' .... nce
but still {lothing was, about,
theirs: The "place hands'
and many pages of the di.arv
i':Jve been devoted to the stock
thai' went ' ack and f0rth but
at last new posts are ,bein l:!,' std.
fine, strong, well-brace,c1 en "
posts, and the new wit i
to .be stretched. ' There
isn't any mote pleasin,g' ight
in the world to a land owner
than a nice new well-stretched
, AT THE HOME OF THE LATE JESSE W. CLARK
Characters \vill b-e played hv
an all-star Hollyw( od cast w'ith
Ron'ald Colman as host and
narrator. .
on1e sod ground plowe.d. n was
pretty, ,wet when we turned It
over but we knew there would
be rain ana perhaps frost before
we wanted to use it. My almanac
says that today and 'tomorrow,
"fence and that isn-t all, over on
, Township road' we are to
ha ve a new line fence too. The
turkeys are trying it again. Thi
time tbe old boy ntis his sail

2 HEATING STOVES
lOlL STOVE (COOK) ,
1 SMM.b OlL HEATER' ,
2 IRON BEDS " .
1 BED It DRESSER to MATCH
FEW DisHEs ' -'
, ' GLASS' CANS
BIRD 'CAGE
itO"'S
RADIO
STONEJARS
STAND , '
TABLE, CHAIRS
OlHER
, J
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Simi SERVICE and SALES
, ,
South Maia !IIIelt
'. BEAD THE CLASSII'1D AD8
are the ,days to plant peas. [f we
do not ano her cloudburst
down an,,! he !s b,etter,
but the 'WtnQ shit catch . under
the feathers . and tips ' them f -
WE-GREET WITH YOU
. the" morning of
WIth its promise of life
an,d join 111 pr,ayer for peace the "
world , ;
WE WISH YOU ALL A JOY-
ous EAST-ER , "
'-
Ypur Business Organization While A
Sound lnvestment
A gust' ahnost I'lew n '
over tbey al C : ' /
to it this ' time, rhe"y' ar,,,,
out of 'sight ,how and will soon
each the baro. -
Spring i is here and Easter
COIUC soon . get
this paper, so' we wish you a ':
joyous Easter. "The Lord is
The answer
Lord is, risen int;ieed .. "
After the darkness ' of Go'od
Friday comes the resurrection.
Sbme day, if we try hard 'enough
the w2JJld may" be at pea<;e. ,
. HAMIL
, , . .,UPILS '
TAKE SPELLINC HONORS
tf), ,
. sclloals in "
the WH 10 . alley Spell-
ing 0 April ,10, 1.948: " ,
LOIS Mae ll.gb't, J14 t ' grada
8 'of J-Iamilton' -' Maineville,
School., Janet; E. Doster., age', 1 2
I grade ,7 ' of the HarveYSburg
,School. Edna Phillips "
. age 13., ' g of the Hamil:
ton-Mameville, SCllool '
. ' pupfls who : rema'lne(t .
standmg after several rounds in-
lude: \' ,
Hopkins,' Harveysburg
SchOOl; Shirley 'R'. Welch Har-
yeysburg Barbara Jaer.l- '
- 109, Hamllton ..,Maineville,; Ger-
aldme Vallee, Har.lan-Butle"rville,
School; Rarnpna Brown" Mor-
row School; Rita Blair Carlisle
BV,elyn Wittmann;.
Ktqgs Mills ,Carol' Jean
Kings Mills School i Shir-
ley Ann Reeves, Waynesville
School; Jo Ann Brannaman
Car.lisle School '; Opal Adams
Sprmgboro School; Gloria LIt-
,ley, Mor-row. Sthool. ,
' . Miss Raylyn'"'er3bbe will ar-
rive to spend Baster with her
parents, 'Mr. and MrS. J. H.
after studYJng in Mexico
CityJ,. mexico for the past quar.
, ter . :)he .wiD Ohio State
... -----------..... University after her vacation.
PAGE 7 THE MIAMI GAZETTt
WAVN,ESVILLE, OHIO No. 48&1 '
T H U R S D A V. MARCH 25, 1948
MRS. WADE IS GIVEN
FAREWELL SHOWER
Mr. and J. R. Wade,
who lived in Waynesville .for a
number o'f years and rec'en ly
to Spring wa's
on March 1 7 a farewell
show'er arranged by Mrs. A. H.
Stubbs. Mrs. C. A. 'Clark. ,Mrs.
O. R. and M.rs. Lloyd
Davis, at the home of Mrs.
Stubbs. Sixty-seven varieties of
, of food were included in the
gifts and Mr. and Mrs. Wade are
very appr.eciati''ve to all the giv-
ers, to ,the :J,! 0
to the hostesses. , "
Mr. alld Mrs. Wad'e spent iii ..!
Sunday afternoon ' with Mrs.
Wade's mother in Loveland.
, RAINBOW
Mr. and ' Mrs: William O'Ban-
ion opened , their nome on
Thursday evening for the re-
gular meeting of .the Ralnnow
\vith sixteen members
present. Mr. R. Q. Miller,
discussion leader, chose for thc
evening topic; . "The 'Marshall
Plan' . Games and refreShments
were enjoyed dui-in2' the social
hour after which the council ad-
journed ,to' meet with Mr. and
Mrs. Shaer .in April.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Borden
w r Sa urday. evening guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dugan In
Mason.
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Golden Anniversary Couple
,
. 75 and 100 friends, and relatives., :it
', tended the open nouse last Sunday at which Mr. anll Mrs. J. F.
Pennewit- celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. They
were married " March" 17, 1898, at Spring Valley by the late
Rev . . White. .The couple many presents and flowers.
Ice cream and cake 'forming a golden were served.
'The.above pictures show the Pennewits at the time of
and now,; .
, MARRIAGE LICENSEs
Robert- Taylor Jr., 36, Franklhl,
Neya Stiver"
telephone operator.
. Argus Osborne; l\10lTOW, railroad
(.retired), May Frazier, nlorrow .
Frank Weisenl>erger; 20, Miamis-
burg, laborer, Dorothy Murphy, 18,
Franklin, wqrker.
attended, Inspection of the East-
ern Star at , Harveysburg,
. ur:da,y evening.
M r. and Mrs. Seth Furnas,
Miss Mary Brown and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Kenrick 'attended
the monthly meeting of th"e
Warren Co. Historical Society
at the, Golden Lamb at Lebahon
Monday evening.
Russell was absel)(
':;t, " n ' from school last week ,on ac-
" ' ''J,l '. e . ' , ewJ., co.unt of baying the
", ' measJes. ' , -,
r.
Mr. and: Mrs. Thomas Col.: ..
Eyerett Earl y ,tiqs Cpllins :of 't;)4l'
ana and Mrs. Ross ton spent Sunday". afternoon
. .1 o.f .Iast . week m with Mr. and Mrs .. Walter Ken-
, ,.
Cmcmnatl. , , rick .
. ren baptized at the Easter serv-
.ice at Lytle Church next Sun. CARDS OF 1HANKS
ADS 'th M " V We wish to thank aU' who
, rs. . ml, rs. er- took part in the farewell shower
non Pursley and Mr. Roy Smith especially the unknown donor
attended the- funemt-ef the for- ahcrt e' osfesses, Mrs. C. A
mer's sister, Mrs. Albert. Eberts Clark. Mrs. O. R. Unglesby'
at Dearborn
b
Mich., on Thurs- Mrs. Lloyd. Davis, and Mrs. A:
d!lY. E erts wa.s instantly H St bb
killed m an automobile accidern:- . U s. '
on Tuesday. . ,Mr: and Mrs. J. R. Wade
. Miss Sara Corine Furnas who
IS teaching ,at the Friends Select ' 'for the I<?vely cards and
at Philadelphia is spend- mgs received a,t a: card snower "
mg this' week' s Easter acation trly 8Sth birthday.
with her parents, Mr. Mrs. . . J, C. Hawk
Seth Purnas and brother Seth
Jr . of Social Row. We wish to 'thank all our re-
Mr. Everett Thomas returned
to his home in Rochester, N. Y.
on WednesdaYi Mar.eh 17 and
was accompamed home by his
fathei', Mr. Frank E. Thomas
for a short visit.
f
latives, friends, and neighbors
for their g-ifts and wish s
on. our golden wedding anniv r-
sary.
Mr. and 'Mrs. :1. F. Penne\vit '
R. G. Moler (ttt)
SPECIAi- EASTER DINN'ERS
S!eak & Chicken
, . '
Thank' You For Past Pfltronage
AND MRS. R. BROWN
Across From RoadSide Park
One Mile South of Waynesville
?HONE 2841
Use The Almanac To '
Check TIle
But ti.. .'

'fwentyfive ,of ,Mr. ' Dick ' Irons, ,
.' and , Mrs. HUFlt -andson, Don Lackey anQ )Im Hartsock, . ,
, Warren, -, :1. who left for California a . . . hun.ten .....
par.ty evehmg, weeks ag,o. returned home I
as, are movmg ," soon to nesday afte.r ,an , 18 day trip'
their new home on a farm near thru the W'est. ' , . IIOII'I.riaJ
, To Buy, "Rent, '
LOIIII, Borrow, ' ,
Any Time of The Year
I ville, .. they r'ecent Mr. and Mrs. ,(Juy Routzahn
ly purcl)ased. l , ' , and Russell spent Sunday with .: 8CJeeD by
'Oo Mr: and Mrs. ' Everett Mr. and ' Earl Mendenhall
City. - "
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."4-WAY 'FARM IN,SURANCE"
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in Ohio ... pft ,broad apiost losses
OQ your fum. It COftII J'OUf buildinp, your chattelt, yj)ur automobile
ud J'OU JlabBlq for acddeDfl to others. Why DOt see u . today?
. Yoa ..... 'IOG'n .... wb. JOU're ' IDauna' III .... OhIo .
-, \ Kul " D. 'Dakio Inswce . Agency ,
-OHIO" "11111' ...... co .. ANY
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Younce
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flory
of Dayton sp.ent Stlnd-a,Y even- " .
ing WIth Mr. and Mrs; Wilbur
Clark. .. -
Mr. Everett is ' canvas-
at. every houst} tiere iil in-
terest of the Red '
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Mr. Paul Johns and friend,
Mr. Ro 'Romaine of the
v'ersar of Cincinnati ' were etln.
ner ,g-uests Sunday of Mrs. Mar-
,garet ' Johns. Mrs. Amos Cook 1-948'. Beat Cartoon
of near WaynesvilJe and Rev. " .
Joseph ' Myers of Dayton were _____ .... ____ ..
afternoon '
There Will be several child-
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IF YOU HAVE A PROPERTY OR
FARM TO SELL Call or Write
DOn Henderson, KE3446, 6t 7
Lorain Ave., Dayton, Ohio. ' ttc
FARM FOR SALE-
BUY DIRECT FROM OWNER
SAVE COMMISSION
70 nere, ' improved, .\vith '7-
1' 0 _m modern hOll , 32
a 're ' available for sprin g-
,18 acres alfalfa,
1 acres wn at, excell ent
pasture with never-failing
EAJU. Y ,fRYERS ! ! .! .
start chicks now-have 'early
fryers--they will ' be in
demand. S tar ted sex e d
' cockerel chicks now avail-
able. ,
DUNHAM WHITE ROCKS
PhQlle Wayneaville 2916
HELP
The Red Cross sti11 needs can-
vassers to cover areas in which
no one has volunteered ,to 'con-
tact his neig-hbors,' If , you can
spare a few hours fnr a worthy
cause, phone, 2143 or visit the
Mi ami Gazette office.
.

noietJ
returned to her home here ' ,
Mrs. Ida ' Hendricks who bas
been seriously ill at the Probasco
Nursing Home in Wilmington is ,
reportedto be much improved.
Prof. and Mrs. H. C. Milligan
. , and Mrs. Ernestine Moore were
callers , in ' Cincinnati Friday
Mr. a'nct Mrs. Harry P. TUCk- afternoon. . F .
er. had as their houseguest this Miss Esther' prathe spent the
weekend, Mrs; TucKer's sister, weekend with her parents in
Mrs. Jenny Ben ()f Somersville. , Clarksville. I)
, Mrs. Hugh S. Vance was a
'Mrs. Robe)'t ,Hough under- bus'iness caller in Dayton Mon-
went a major at Mc- d
Clellan hospital Wednesday Jesse ThompSb,n, of
morning;, "She !s :to he Washington Court House, is
satlsfactonly. ' . spending- a few days as the g-ue t
Mr. and , 'M rs. , Lawrence of , his brother, Mr. Charles
Hough hcrve l:et.l,1rned to their ThompsOlll '
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR'S home in Sabina a visit . Mr, and Mrs. "Billy" .' Carr
SALE OF ESTATE wi th their Harold , who is 'and family of were
Notice is hereby given ' that '. with the Anny in San housegues,ts ot Mr.
sealed bids' will be,e'ceived until Antomo,. Texas. . Carr s parents, Mr. and Mt
and including April 1.5" 1948 . Mr. Carl Jones and MISS Joan Heroeft Carr. , .
b David Ralph Smith, Executo; 8 ckett were:caJlers in Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beck tt en-
f Estate of , George J. atufday. . . , tertained wHh ':a bfrtHday drnner
mith, deceased, for the pur. " aI19, Mr . M,a.I- Sunday tne Becketts"
ha e of parts of in-lots and MISS Jane Plte were daughter, Miss ,Joan Beckett
numbered . even (7) and ' eight U1.da.):" of their grandson; John ' BeCKett
(8 L in quare, a.nd MI s Elame Jr." and Mrs. Beckett's si ter,
\iVayn svi ll e Ohi and the Mullel of Dayton" Mrs. Minnie Peterson all 3 of
e loc.ated thereon. " Mr .. and Mrs . . Charl.es mart ' whose birthday anniversarjes ar
pring-fed streams. ,Early
o sin. Owner will fin-
ance: Robert ,Wilson, fi,rst
farm east of Lytle on n rth
' side of WaynesvlIle -, tytle
aid real, fronting .70 ..lwd the Bible Class March 1 st Those' wll0 attended
f et n H\ g' h Street and runn- at !helt, home, T4tsday evenl1Jg. th ,dinner in addition to th ,'
2141h feet on Fourth Street f.he P;;T. A,slPonsored til ,11' df hon r were, Mr. and
extended, is , the property Annual banque.t " Mrs. Dane Elbon and daug'ht T
formerly occup'i d as a resf-: Wednesday at the HIgh of ,Morrow, Mr: and
dence by the late J. School gy!1111as.JUm.. Mrs. Russell Kissell and daugh-
. mith. < M-rs. WIlma was ter Janet, Mr. John Peter on
Each bid ' must . c ntain th.e to , Mlsslonarv SOC'- Mr. Robert Glenn and Mr.
full 9f pers,on (0'1' lety of Jonah s. R\.1n Young, of Cincinnati, Mr" , and
persons) so The right eyenJ!lg, M! S, Mrs. Eug:ene ana fa,l11-
IS reserved to reject any ana all of Sabma" presenced tile ily, ,Mr. an9 Mrs. John Bekett
bids ' .' lesson ,and Mrs. J. P. 'Thorn St., " and-Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Road. -325
LOT FOR
Lot 75 by 210 teet just North'
of Waynesville on ' Route 42.
Phone 2834.
-318 & 3 ... 5
fOR SALE- .
, Said prop,erty was appraised berry the, devoti ons. qook an9t famil y all of Frank-
at $6,'835.00 'by the., Probate O. E, S. was 1m and Mrs. Carl Jones of near
Court or ' Warren CoU'nty , at , the 1 emple Satur- Harveysburg. ' ,. ,
Ohio, and will 'be sold at not day evemag. . M.r. and Mrs. Clarence Price
Jess than the appraised value. ' Mr. and: Mrs. Charles Swmd- their 32nd wedding,
Terms: -Cash upon delivery ler were Sunday of Mrs. annaversary at their home Sun-
of Executor's Deed; . ' R,uth Murray of Leesburg'. , ,day: Their two 'sons, Oarenc
One Cello, condition, and . Davie: -Ralph Smith, , ,.., Mr. and Sherwood JunIOr, and. Charles togeuier
a % VIOlin. Ross Hartsock, Executor. of the Estate of were C!)f'rela,tives In w!th their famiIies ,spenr the "(fay
Phone 2921. ' . George J. Smith, Deceased utnbus dunn.e- the. week. wlth ,th'em. .
Piano in condition. Leo Charles .A. Anderson , Mr. ,and .Mrs, P. .. ' .
Gentry, Waynesvil1e ' Route Attorney-Nt-Law . ,Of and their Y01JB SUBPLU$ :rrBII8 .
' 3. -" 325 ' ---4.8.- . Mrs. Wallacee INTO QOIOK, BEADY CA811
ang chi dren of Walhoundinp; BEAD TJq Cl+&8Smm _
H9fpOJ'nt Ennis spen.! the weekend at the Mc- ' .
Thompsoh; Main st. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Conner and Carren'shome here.
-32'5 daughter W':ere .Saturday Mrs. Laura 'Shidaker who has
, ' guests' of Mr 'anctMrs. -Robert been the ho.useg;uest of M-rs ..
Regina sweeper A-1 shape. All . Billet in .Centerville. Marne Hatfield in Lebanon, has
. . Iryin
. ' Phone Waynesv,IJle 27,23. , . ' i7-
, '. -41 ' , ,,
Locust, posts. H. Gibson, Mt.
HOlly_ . -325
, .
Two pump coolers, one inside ,
and one Qutsiae Coke cobJer.
Also. lighted showcase. Belen-
, . er's Sunoco Setyioe, Phone
',' ---,.325
Home wanted plaintive-
looking g-oldfish. Call
FoR'SAL&::MAcRINER --
" ' . Deere heavy wagoQ '
, nn rubber. 'Roll-'over, scraper
(Of and excavating. '
Hammer "miJIs and feed
grinders!' and ,used.
BANTA iMPiMENT' Co.
lebanon, 0liio ,' ;;
Phone .
-325
GOU LD Shallow \vell water
system with pressure ' tank .
. Banta Implement Co. leb-
. anon, 011'10. Phone .5 5-5.
-325
BUSINESS SERVICE- .
-...--....;.... ........ If
We you ,effiCient
serVl'ce on your John
Tractor anq ' relateq, equ,ip-
ment. ; Only genuine Jolln
Deere, parts used. Our ' mec-
lrain(d to' give satis-
factory , service at 10w cost.
.c;arry a large stock of re-
, for 'all Jonn Deere mac-
nmery. . .
BANTA 1MPI.F.MENr Co.
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STATEMENTS,
,
BUSINESS' CAR!)S
. : .RVfl) ' BILLS
"
POSTERS
WELDING
Ice House
. "
WamePark .
BILL I,.EE
lAND _i ORA YEL
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BLAClt-TOP DRIVES
TAR _tI ROAD OIL
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THE MIAMI PAGE 8
WAVNIESVILLE, 'OHIO .No. 4361 '
T H U R S 0 A Y,' ,MARCH 25, 1,948
PAINTING,
INTERIOR & ExTERIOR
Evet'y 'Job
Free Estimatei' Cheerfully ,
, Given
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SHARP & WILLIAMS _.
. '
Corner Main &
, , NORR" S BROCK COMfiANY
Cincin'nati Vnion Stock Vard.
i.;iYe Wir, and Prollre .. iye. An
Ora,.n izat.on '.eoond to none'.
StrIctly a.llera on the beat
all around ' market In ' the
country.
SERVICE 1"HAT SATI&FIES
Day_ton' 12: 30 E. S. T.
130IJ WLW Clnelnna U
12:4.0. Dial , 700. ' tor i Our Dally
Market ReDort. '
Lebanon Ohio,
Phone 555
FOR RENT.;a...
The 'MIAMI
LAWN uti FILi. DIRT
, .
WalJpaper steamer. itt' c. St.
John, Phone 2705. .
. PHONE 2143 ' "
READY-MIX CORCRETE
..d DUIIP TRUCIC SERVICE

of tne framle uitd- ,
., P . . Joy tllat be 109 with concrete blocks.
had dUI! up some brokelL storm ' hearing will settle ,whether
-
' sewers on High". Street . order .must be carded QuL "
"
.
. ' -..:: ' - ... - - ' found"large stones that had rot-, Mayor " ' Warren B'raddoo" She d B V .-1: "k
' My on the sal(tS fax led Qnto the pipes during 'recent )VhQ reQeived .n0tice of the " If en- row'n, y' lOWS 'IIte . il a en ,')'
brought several - heavy rains.
was .001 informed '" I' , "
'
mostfy from merchants wllo ' '
he or other local ' o'ff,ICIa,ls '1': N e!1 He , L' M . -I' ";'} "
t. tho . Ilt . UPllill rgu ... ass ODIlPII OJ ." j
cent ,M th'eir sales. O.nIy 'on'
Meanw:hile work is " .'. .
'. ,'",_
person t rose t11 Of JOHN BELL
on"the . ' ,".. . . 'br'ide's aunt ':, Mr:s. F. f>., !--eary:,
e., '. and . lat person lack
7
, ' r ley (Pat) MAlohe ' a waits word At a n'i:fptial high rirass in St. and. Mrs. C. " L. McGumn, amI
ed. be to sign 1 is let er, ' .John Ben" far- ,0n he his res;. ", Coluinbkille 'Catholk Church irt 'hercousihS, Mi'sses
. Tbat wl1te( ipsist that the been severat , taurant business. ,\ ' Wilmington last Saturd'ay'morn. McGuinn, H,e!en and , . Rose
tax. on ' $5.0 \ oHh of purch.ases 12.:4C? m. ' 53;t- Tuesday's naitstor-m inte !. .ing .MisS' Frances Regina $hlr. Taylor. The couple then left 011
is $1.50, 'ana " no more., He' s urday at .h's h,op1e' In rupted . wo!'k: 0 11
roof over" der: anti Mr. Fqtncis a trip 'to. 'un.qisclosed
if he spends ,his burg. He)s survlved .by Th,e Miami GazeUt:, .also o rl1e 1'" , Brown were married by, the which they
$50, an 'm 011e plate. fie con- , Ada i two ed by staie fIre offICIals. " . Rev. Theodore Stub,er. . . WI}! home South . ,
ven,ently thl1 odds Joh,!son 9f a!1
d
, , . .' ., MiS:Blowh ,s the Of . Mam. m, . ..
agamSt ,peopr-e ; \VJ1Q _ David " Segal . of DetrOIt amT W C" T U Cd ' ", Mrs. William 'Enmt'ett Shirden: Mrs. Br1o,wn IS. a ' of. .
spend amounts ' Tess - than : a th.r.-ee BeIr of Day- . -, _ , _ on emns .. " of Wilmihtl'tdll. Mi'."Brbwil, wllo Wilm.ingtbn" Scnpot .aQli
'. ,..., ton. I ,Geprge Li .. ' '''\lId' U' M T",,",' was, ,recently: elected 'president ., attended
, upppse ',he 'eats frequet;t,tJy , .Bell home. ., s, .- _. ' ... ':' ., .of the WayneSVille Civic - Sl1e ,is pers(,)pal tb,e '
m ,a, local- restaurant.\ as I do. He :", , Puneral' servlces' were held,
! is the son 0f Mr.' and Mrs .. Law- Pub).lsher of the Wllmlngt011
. 'al ,wa:s ,bUY$ the , 1;'uesd4,y the -Spring ,of the repce E .. ' BIown of WaynesV'ilIe .. . , MF .. IS,
arid 'Jl.ays 3, cents tax on it. Byttst ,10 Har.,v.eysburg, In WarrehCounty" : Woman's 'The , oiide wore a street- a graduate of W,,-ynesv\lle HIJ(t1
the ",time he has $'50 elJ,arge of, .. the ' FUneral . I.ength dress of rose with and' ,in the Arrn.y.
worth '(58 ' Horple. ,10 Clarksville last J,. MG- ' navy blue I .. Her In World Wa'r 11. He
- 'of th m) he, bas p'aid '1".74 11'.--'
Hendry l)q>ught 10rth f.acts on sage was., of :pink rosebuds and the
sales tax, 0 -per cent . , ". '.
,tremendous "toll bev- white lilies' (lfthe valley. ., , Se'rvlee art
d is c,tistrJ'c,t
SUPP,?se" he" mpre :ec6rt .. " . urn 't I B' H ti "; ,' erage taken m , , ' Mrs. Chflrles . p. Mcl1ugh of', ot.
ornical and always buys a. 50. , nOere 0 DD ng '- he!llth, s,\fety, Ind., w.a's ptatron Cq.. '"
, cent lunch. The' will'. last ,I I ] '.r.. L:;..: -L- " " \- and It , of qonor ,an.c,i the, bnde s ol)lv 'W (! d qI n 2' g1:l
est
s JrQ1'l1
fol' "100 'he', ICeaSeS. , .. )hat s ' 0t . WayneSVille were Mr. and lvlf.s:
w.lll pay 2 cents tax on '
t e 0 brother of the oqdegroom., I:-awrence. E. fJat,ty, .EJ- ,-.,
. lunch - a total of $2.00. Then ' Waynesville , ....:.. Fairlev Hard": Ilq\JoI was . best man. Usher-s were WIlham' 'leel\ and Donald Brown, Miss " .
Ohiq's cut. jumped ' to SmlitlY arid a Qf spJrltual P. !' McGuinn .of 'anQ ' Mary Brown, Norris Brown, ,
cent on the $50<0 .' Sales . , , " which pervades our . J. E. of Cnlcmnat'. ,' and; Mrs. Pa.ul Brown , and 'RIC- , '
, ' . H' a' t"'eysburci- Welch Har" The ,. acceptance of , ' soG'Jal h ' F 'E' 'h'" i ', h D M r' L Cook' u
Suppose !!e', gt:(s . ' ". . fioo ,. ' evils because of tax .revenues C arIes.' er, Sf, " af'rl,J r:_. y Co .. ,y,lISS.
frugal and holds hiS lundl down". waf,e. . . was called a short:sightedpollcy , played , proceSSIO,n(l.t Lucy, Em!ly, and ' Mrs. Har-
.to : 20 ,cents \ ever.y da:y. Then Lebam>" Russell Carr. as the poverty 'de. recess!opal. marchesl Mfs. old . and MM'IS. .
S5? .wlll pay for 2,50 . fern' Auto, Bashford Appli. grada1iQn and cost of crime far . WI!1 F! Hams directed the Morns HuP
E
' er
t
. hMrt r. rs.
H.e, pays a ' penny ta)( on each Store. " offset' an ' financial' returns ' wh,lch sang .the Emerson. '" arn a, . u d e
pr a tetal of '$2.50. This Springboro ,l-